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Tuesday, 07 April 2020 10:14

Does Betting Make Sports More Interesting?

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Both men and women around the world love sports, whether playing them or watching them. With such a range of options, from football to tennis and from golf to basketball, there’s something for everyone out there. However, there’s a debate about whether or not betting can make sports even more interesting.

Wednesday, 01 April 2020 14:07

The Heart of the Community

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The coronavirus has brought out the worst and the best in society. The NHS is showing themselves to be real heroes by putting their own lives at risk for others and Great Britain showed it's appreciation with the 'clap for carers' on Thursday 26th March. However, the morning after one North London community was left devastated when a vulnerable resident tragically took his own life.

Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, Piers Morgan has slammed 'disgusting' Sports Direct for increasing prices amid the coronavirus crisis. However, it is coming to light that sleazeball Mike Ashley is not the only capitalist penny pincher profiting from vulnerable members of society in what is becoming tough economic times.

John Willard’s (28th November 1885 – 30th August 1942) The Cat and the Canary (1922) is a classic from the ‘dark house mystery’ genre. The traditional theme of a ‘dark house mystery’ is a combination of a whodunit and comedy, where a group of strangers, friends or distant relatives spends a stormy and dark night in a mansion or castle with secret passageways with a madman and in some cases, a gorilla is on the loose. As the plot unravels, skeletons from the key characters come out of the cupboard, as the story twists and turns.

Wednesday, 11 March 2020 13:02

Two Casino-Based Comedies From TV and Film

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Casinos have been a part of film and television as long as the two forms of entertainment have been around. They have often been the scenes of duels over a game of cards with high stakes or the venues for major meetings in the penthouse suites, with Casino Royale and The Godfather springing to mind more than most when discussing those types of action and tense drama.

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