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BMW adds rising star to GT4 Bathurst entry

Added: 22.01.2018 23:58 | 0 views | 0 comments

Hill will join the factory-backed squad in its M4 GT4 entry, helping debut the brand new car alongside gentleman drivers Xavier West and Dean Grant.While it will be the 21-year-old's first 12 Hour appearance, he arrives with an impressive CV. In 2015 he won the Australian Formula Ford Series as a father-and-son privateer entry, before a pair of seasons as the pointy end of the Toyota ...

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Dead by Daylight’s Saw DLC Confirmed, Launches Tomorrow

Added: 22.01.2018 23:38 | 0 views | 0 comments

Behaviour Interactive and Starbreeze Studios officially confirm the addition of Saw DLC for the asymmetrical multiplayer survival-horror game Dead by Daylight.

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Road of the Dead 2

Added: 22.01.2018 23:02 | 0 views | 0 comments


http://img-hw.y8.com/cloud/y8-thumbs/51307/big.gif Survive the massive outbreak in Evans City as two soldiers trying to escape the city against all odds. One soldier drives while the other shoot guns. With a complete story mode, lots of extra challenge modes and a full fledged user campaign editor to create your own story campaigns and challenge campaigns.

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Phone and Tablet Cases at TechRabbit: Extra 50% off + free shipping

Added: 22.01.2018 22:58 | 0 views | 0 comments

TechRabbit takes an extra 50% off all new, refurbished, and used smartphone and tablet cases via coupon code "TRCASE50". Plus, all orders receive free shipping. That's the best extra discount we've seen on cases at TechRabbit in the past year. Shop for cases for the iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy, and many more. Deal ends January 28.

Note: Refurb and used items are backed by TechRabbit warranties; However, the length of the rebate varies depending on the item. Please check the product page for details.

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How Big a Deal Is a New Congressional Map for Pennsylvania?

Added: 22.01.2018 22:33 | 0 views | 0 comments

Although they will probably pick up a few additional seats in this year’s election, the development is less helpful for Democrats than it might at first appear.

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Senate Dems relent, vote to end shutdown; House to follow

Added: 22.01.2018 22:20 | 0 views | 0 comments

Congress sped toward reopening the government Monday, as Senate Democrats dropped their objections to a temporary funding bill in return for assurances from Republicans leaders that they will soon take up immigration and other contentious issues.

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Jeanette Epps is not the only astronaut NASA has removed from their planned flights

Added: 22.01.2018 22:06 | 0 views | 0 comments


On Jan. 18, NASA announced that astronaut Jeanette Epps would not fly, as expected, to the International Space Station in June. The mission would have been historic, since she would have become the first African-American crewmember on the orbiting outpost.  The space agency hasn't released any information about why Epps was benched from her planned mission, saying only that "these decisions are personnel matters for which NASA doesn’t provide information," according to NASA spokesperson Brandi Dean. Epps will now work in the Astronaut Office at Johnson Space Center and await another possible flight assignment. Epps' removal from her planned flight isn't without historic precedent. SEE ALSO: Astronaut expected to be the 1st African-American Space Station crewmember won't fly in 2018 after all NASA has benched astronauts before flights many times in its decades as a federal agency, and for many different reasons. "Flight assignments have been changed often in the past at various stages of training for a variety of reasons," Dean said via email. Specifically, quite a few astronauts have been removed from their missions for health reasons.  NASA astronaut Jeanette Epps.Image: NASANASA's Ken Mattingly was pulled from the Apollo 13 crew just a few days before their scheduled launch because he was exposed to German measles.  From the ground, Mattingly was part of the team that helped bring back the Apollo 13 crew to Earth after an oxygen tank exploded, putting the lives of the crew in serious danger and forcing them to abandon their planned moon landing.  Mattingly still earned a place in cinematic history, since he was portrayed by actor Gary Sinise in the movie Apollo 13. "Long before Jeanette Epps was pulled from her upcoming space station expedition, astronauts such as Ken Mattingly in 1970 and Don Thomas in 2002 were reassigned due to medical issues, while Mark Lee was pulled from a 2001 space station assembly shuttle mission for reasons NASA never disclosed," space historian and editor of collectSPACE.com Robert Pearlman said in an interview.  "To their crewmates' credit, despite the interruptions, the missions went on as planned (or in the case of Apollo 13, went awry but at no fault of Mattingly's replacement, Jack Swigert)." NASA also replaced Jeff Ashby in 1997 due to an illness in his family, and other astronauts have been removed due to other medical or personal issues. "NASA invests a lot of time, effort and money in training their astronaut crews, and stresses teamwork throughout, so the decision to remove an astronaut from a flight is never taken lightly," Pearlman said. Epps's 2018 mission was announced in 2017 and it immediately went viral.  News organizations profiled Epps and wrote about her expected upcoming flight, making the news of her reassignment all the more surprising.  She has not yet flown to space. Epps was chosen as part of NASA's 2009 astronaut class as one of 14 candidates.  Her path to NASA is different from many other astronauts, however.  Epps started off as a NASA fellow and then worked at Ford Motor Company before spending seven years at the Central Intelligence Agency.  Epps was inspired to become an astronaut after watching the first class of women become NASA astronauts decades ago. "It was about 1980, I was nine years old. My brother came home and he looked at my grades and my twin sisters' grades and he said, 'You know, you guys can probably become aerospace engineers or even astronauts,'" Epps said in a NASA video. "And this was at the time that Sally Ride [the first American woman to fly in space] and a group of women were selected to become astronauts — the first time in history. So, he made that comment and I said, 'Wow, that would be so cool.'" WATCH: Here's how Virgin's space program is different than SpaceX

Young Mother Becomes 4th Member of Montecito Family Found Dead in Mudslides

Added: 22.01.2018 22:06 | 0 views | 0 comments


The discovery of 28-year-old Faviola Benitez Calderon puts the death toll at 21, with two still missing.

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Turpin family latest: Dead dogs and cats found inside couple's abandoned home, reveals former neighbour

Added: 22.01.2018 22:06 | 0 views | 0 comments


The parents accused of shackling and torturing their 13 children, left their former home "waist-deep in filth" and strewn with the bodies of dead dogs and cats, a former neighbour has revealed. David and Louise Turpin were arrested at their home in Perris, California when their 17-year-old daughter escaped from a window and called the police. Investigators found a number of the children shackled to beds with chains and padlocks.

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Animated Puzzles Demo 22.01.18

Added: 22.01.2018 21:55 | 0 views | 0 comments

Play with jigsaw puzzles and compete in daily challenges in order to earn a reputation

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