Here’s a brand new character poster featuring Ryan Reynolds in the upcoming DC Comics comic book film “The Green Lantern” by director Martin Campbell (Edge of Darkness, Casino Royale, 36) and starring Blake Lively (Gossip Girl, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee), Peter Sarsgaard (Knight & Day, Orphan) and Ryan Reynolds (Deadpool, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Proposal) as The Green Lantern. Synopsis: A test pilot is granted a mystical green ring that bestows him with otherworldly powers, as well as membership into an intergalactic squadron tasked with keeping peace within the universe. Stay tuned to Shockya.com for the latest movie news and more from “The Green Lantern”.
The Tillman Story Pat Tillman gave up millions of dollars in the NFL to join the Army Rangers. The book "Where Men win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman" by Jon Krakauer tells the personal story of how Pat Tillman decided to leave the NFL for the the Army Rangers. Pat Tillman joined the Army because he believed that if you get punched in the face you need to punch back, that was why he was such a force in the NFL. He wasn't the biggest or the strongest or even the fastest on the field but he had the drive, well and heart to rise up to challenges. That was the true meaning and motivation for him joining the Army after September 11. Tillman lived but the code of the warrior, on the football field and on the battle field. He valued toughness, strength and honor. His death by a follow Army Ranger although tragic and avoidable was something that happens in war, the decision to cover it up my the White House was inexcusable and to use him as a martyr was to act the same way as the enemy many soldiers not just Pat Tillman gave their lives to fight. Read "Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman" and watch the documentary "The Tillman Story". He embodied the true spirit of an Ame
Facebook will be obsolete in the next five years and these are three solid reasons why!
1. Facebook would be perfect if it were intended for only people whom attended havard and stayed as the social network the “harvardconnection” when it had first started back in 2005. But guess what, out of the 1 billion users out there, there is probably less then .1% of us that had attended Harvard or a prestige school of equivalent. No one in 2005 would have predicted facebook the growth it has been through, not even the founder himself Mark Zuckerberg. What does this mean? We are using an extremely flawed system built to serve a network of college students less than 50k when facebook has now out grown its social ecosystem to over 1.1 billion users. Facebook was certainly not designed for this type of scale in which it is now used by everyday people such as parents, grandparents and everyone in the general public. Facebook recommends and predicts the people you should be friends with. How many times have you met an acquaintance and he or she was extremely annoying. Do I really want to be told and recommended to be friends with this person just because he or she may be a friend of a friend’s friend? Facebook simply extremely lacks the ability to connect you with people whom you may have a ton in common with or may have a true connection with.
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