PUBLISHED: 06:00 28 May 2019 | UPDATED: 10:51 28 May 2019 stuart watson Jack Lankester models Ipswich Town's new home kit for 2019/20. Photo: Tom Archer / Névé Studio Archant Jack Lankester was put in an Ipswich Town kit as a baby - now he is wearing it on the pitch as a first team player. STUART WATSON spoke to the 19-year-old about his academy journey, being a good golfer and living next door to captain Luke Chambers for a recent edition of Kings of Anglia magazine. Jack Lankester reacts after firing Town into a second-minute lead against Millwall. His first senior goal for the Blues. Picture: STEVE WALLER WWW.STEPHENWALLER.COMJack Lankester recently signed a new Ipswich Town contract until 2021.There will be no easing up or getting carried away from the 19-year-old though. He's made that mistake before and it almost cost him his career. "When I was 14 I got offered the scholarship a lot earlier than you would do - normally it's 16 - and … [Read more...] about Big interview: ‘This is my club’
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Jenna Fryer Associated Press Published 8:41 PM EDT Apr 7, 2019 Bristol, Tenn. — Kyle Busch was in the race Sunday at Bristol Motor Speedway, so of course, he won. Busch grabbed his third Cup win of the season, eighth overall at Bristol, and 10th this year spanning all three of NASCAR’s national series. He beat his older brother, who said if given the chance in Sunday’s race, he’d have wrecked him so that Kurt Busch was the one celebrating in victory lane. “He told me in victory lane and I told him ‘You can’t tell people you’re going to wreck them before you do it because when roles are reversed that person is going to wreck you because you already told them you were going to wreck them,’” Kyle Busch said. “So I guess if I’m ever running second to Kurt, I’m going to wreck him. I’m glad it didn’t turn out that way.” The Busch brothers lined up side-by-side on the final restart, but Kurt … [Read more...] about Sunday’s motors: Kyle Busch beats brother to grab eighth Bristol win
AROUND a decade ago, Calum Best decided to turn his life around. For years following the death, in 2005, of his world-famous footballing father George Best, who'd battled alcoholism, the reality TV star struggled with his own demons, admitting to 'wild' times when he was drinking, taking drugs and partying to excess. In previous interviews, Best talked of the moment, aged 28, when his mother, Angie Best, was so concerned for her son that she returned from America to live in the UK – recalling how "we were walking down the river. She tried to put her arm in mine and I felt really uncomfortable. I was ashamed of what I got up to. The demon that was drinking and doing drugs every day for years had taken over my brain. Luckily, I switched out of it and thought: 'This is not the way for me'." Now 37, Best is a passionate advocate for health and wellbeing and living his best life. Here, he opens up about what makes him tick, how he feared his life would end prematurely during his … [Read more...] about Calum Best on health and wellbeing: I’m not going down the Mother Theresa path, but…
Since Donald Trump’s rise in 2015, calling his presidency Orwellian has been a kind of shibboleth among critics. After Trump’s first week in January 2017, Adam Gopnikwrote in the New Yorker, “re-reading Orwell, one is reminded of what Orwell got right about this kind of brute authoritarianism.” That same month, when Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway defended the administration’s “alternative facts,” Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan wrote that “we’ve gone full Orwell.” Shortly afterward, sales of 1984 surged. But in one important respect, these commentators are missing something important. When it comes to language, Trump isn’t the kind of person Orwell was worried about. In fact the plain-speaking president represents something closer to Orwell’s imagined solution to a problem that consumed him, the use of public language to hide meaning. If you look at how Trump talks—and the similar rhetoric … [Read more...] about Trump Isn’t Orwell’s Nightmare. He’s the Kind of Politician Orwell Thought Would Save Us.
By Joey Guerra Updated 4:41 pm CDT, Friday, November 2, 2018 Janeen GutierrezCaracol I had a customer who was so sloppy she started talking to her reflection from the glass door entrance and insisted that the restroom was outside. She also ran through the restaurant trying to speak in Spanish. It was a total fail. less Janeen Gutierrez Caracol I had a customer who was so sloppy she started talking to her reflection from the glass door entrance and insisted that the restroom was outside. She also ran through the restaurant ... more Photo: Melissa Phillip, Houston Chronicle Kendra GipsonVictor A wild sex scene in the men’s restroom and a brutal bar fight in the parking lot over a BBQ plate. Kendra Gipson Victor A wild sex scene in the men’s restroom and a brutal bar fight in the parking lot over a BBQ plate. Photo: Dave … [Read more...] about Houston bartenders share the sloppiest, drunkest things they’ve seen