Shawn Windsor Detroit Free Press Published 1:27 PM EDT Mar 19, 2019 It’s that time again. The NCAA tournament bracket is back. Which means I’m about to stubbornly pick Michigan to beat Michigan State one more time … … in the Final Four. The fourth time is the charm, right? Actually, no. I’m not going to do that. But I will pick U-M and MSU to … OK, let’s get started – and no, I’m not throwing darts at my bracket to justify my choices. NCAA tournament first round East Region No. 1 Duke over No. 16 North Dakota State (the Bison will beat North Carolina Central in the play-in game): Easiest pick in the bracket. Zion Williamson could jump over Mt. Rushmore – yes, the monument is in South Dakota. For our purposes, the Dakotas count as a single state. No. 9 Central Florida over No. 8 Virginia Commonwealth: Florida is the more interesting state. No. 5 … [Read more...] about March Madness predictions 2019: Who will win every game
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Aetna Ambulance EMT Chris Cabral (left) was saved by his partner of two and a half years Ray Berwick (right) after he had a stroke. (FOX 61) Within seconds a Connecticut paramedic became the patient after the EMT, who was in the driver’s seat at the time, suffered a stroke. “I was inches away from dying,” Aetna Ambulance EMT Chris Cabral told FOX 61, “and my partner saved my life.” During the night shift last month, EMT Ray Berwick noticed something wasn’t right with his partner of two and a half years, Cabral. “He looked at me and said ‘What’s wrong with you?'... I had no idea,” Cabral said. The EMT with 17 years of experience had a blood clot near his carotid artery, and because of the quick action Berwick took, doctors say he is well on his way to a full recovery. POLICE OFFICER DELIVERED BABY ON SIDE OF BUSY HIGHWAY: 'SHE SHOWED UP LIKE AN ANGEL' “What better place to have a stroke than an ambulance,” … [Read more...] about EMT saves partner’s life after he suffers a stroke at the wheel: ‘It’s a true miracle’
By Chris Quinn, mySA.com / San Antonio Express-News Published 12:16 pm CST, Sunday, November 4, 2018 David Robinson goes up against the Lakers’ A.C. Green during his first game with the Spurs on Nov. 4, 1989, at HemisFair Arena. David Robinson goes up against the Lakers’ A.C. Green during his first game with the Spurs on Nov. 4, 1989, at HemisFair Arena. Photo: Express-News File Photo See 14 reasons why one of the greatest Spurs of all time is well, the greatest. See 14 reasons why one of the greatest Spurs of all time is well, the greatest. Photo: 2003 NBAE 1. When he set the precedent of class and humility for the teamNow it has become one of the Spurs' trademarks. 1. When he set the precedent of class and humility for the team Now it has become one of the Spurs' trademarks. … [Read more...] about Commentary: 29-years-ago David Robinson debuted with the Spurs and San Antonio discovered a new hero
Today's word of the day sees one of the examples of how the Moors' conquest of the Iberian Peninsula influenced the Spanish language. Ojalá derives from the Arabic expression 'ma sha allah' meaning should God will it. This gives it a translation of 'hopefully', 'let’s hope so' or 'if only'. Examples: When using ojalá as a desire (ojalá que...), and followed by a verb, you will need to use the subjunctive. We have highlighted the subjunctive here below in red. If only: Dijo que podría traer pizza. - ¡Ojalá! She said she could bring pizza. - If only! Let’s hope: Ojalá que me toque la lotería I hope I win the lottery. I hope so! Pronunciation: ooh-kha-lah Pop song! Check out a great song that uses ojalá by the group Muchachito, Ojalá no te hubiera conocido nunca. READ ALSO: Five tricks to help you sound like … [Read more...] about Spanish Word of the Day: ‘Ojalá’