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Former NFL Football Player Steve McNair and Woman found Shot to Death

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[Best Syndication News] Former NFL quarterback, Steve McNair, 36, was found shot multiple times alongside a woman, Sahel Kazemi, 20, who was shot dead this past Saturday in a Nashville, Tennessee, condominium apartment.

McNair spent most of his 13 season NFL career with the Tennessee Titans and the Houston Oilers.

According to newswire reports, McNair was renting the condo along with Wayne Neeley, a sporting goods dealer. Neeley discovered the bodies when he arrived there before 1 p.m. on Saturday. That is when Neeley called the police.

While McNair had several gun shot wounds, Kazemi had a single gun shot to the head. There was a gun that was next to her body.

James Braid: More Than Just a Golfer

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Most, if not all golfers recognise the name of James Braid. After all, Braid is perhaps one of the pioneers of the game we know today. However, Braid was more than just an excellent golfer of his time; he was also a supreme golf course architect and across the UK, there are some 200 golf courses which bear the Braid hallmark – either by design or redesign.

Braid was born in the Fife coastal town of Earlsferry on February 6th 1870 and despite his parents having no interest in the game, he began playing golf from around age four. Using golf clubs he had reconditioned, Braid learned his trade on the Elie links course and in his youth trained as a carpenter and joiner before later working as a clubmaker. He enjoyed some success as an amateur before turning professional in 1896.

Truex To Drive Turkey Car in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Showdown

Truex To Drive Turkey Car in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Showdown

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(Best Syndication News) Springfield, MO---May 12, 2009---The National Wild Turkey Federation’s (NWTF) flying turkey logo will appear on the Earnhardt Ganassi Racing No. 1, Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet driven by two-time Nationwide Series Champion and current Sprint Cup driver Martin Truex Jr. on Saturday, May 16. Truex will be competing for a win in the NASCAR Sprint Showdown in order to earn his way into the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race later that night at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Charlotte, NC.

Truex is among the Top 10 finalists for the All-Star Race Fan Vote and can also be voted in by going to www.basspro.com, www.earnhardtganassi.com, and www.NASCAR.com. Fans can also vote at any Sprint store or by using their Sprint phone where the vote will be counted twice. Text the word NASCAR to 7777 and follow the link provided. Standard text messaging rates apply.

Discount Golf Tee Times

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Golf is a great sport. You'll keep fit, get fresh air and be social all at the same time. No wonder golf is so popular. Many people travel and play golf on different courses all over the world. How about some golf in Spain? Sweden? What about Singapore? You can play golf all over the world. No matter where you travel, there will be a golf course nearby.

So how do you find the golf courses and make your reservation for a tee time? The easiest way would be to find the course and book your discount tee time online. It can be a jungle out there on the web. Most golf courses operates with reservation by email. That means you might have to wait several days to get a confirmation of your tee time reservation. And if they are fully booked, you have to start searching for another golf course in that area...and send them a mail. Sounds familiar? Well those days are gone.

The History Of Wembley Stadium

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Wembley Stadium is a name that every football fan will be familiar with. The brand new stadium is located on the same spot as the old one, which was originally opened in 1923.

As you would expect, both versions had their own nicknames by which they are commonly referred to. The original Wembley earned the name of the Twin Towers, which was due to the two chunky looking towers that were the distinctive feature of the original structure. Those towers became a familiar and welcome sight to many football fans over many decades. Many fans were sad to see them go in 2003, but they have since been replaced by a new and very different feature for the 21st century.

The new feature is known as the Wembley Arch. It is a whopping 133 metres high, and no matter where you are in London, if you have a good vantage point and the weather is clear, you will probably be able to see it.

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