If the NFL lockout gets resolved soon, training camps would begin at the end of the month.
And if seasons past are an indicator, you know that means: a certain quarterback may be getting the itch to play.
Theres a report from NFL.coms Gil Brandt that Brett Favre might be considering a comeback for a 21st season.
Brandt said Favre may be interested, because of the lockout situation.
The problem is there isnt a team thats expressed interest in having him.
Minnesota Vikings fans shouldnt expect the team to persuade Favre to come back. The Vikes now have first-round draft pick Christian Ponder, who is considered the quarterback of the future.
Many fans have waited a year for this moment. After Bono hurt his back last summer, the band had to reschedule shows in 16 cities, including Chicago. However, for fans like 79-year-old Margaret Bailey, it was well worth the wait.
“I mean, he [Bono] starts, we are here,” said Bailey.
U2 has developed generations of fans in their three-decade-plus career.
“It is a great show, and you will need energized and you will leave just saying wow,” said U2 fan Ed Stigall.
“It’s the third show I’ve seen them in eight days, so it’s kind of what I do,” said U2 fan Dennis Brock. “I told the people work with that I am on U2 sabbatical.”
Hours before the show, fans crowded around the Soldier Field loading dock trying to catch a glimpse of the band members.
Lead guitarist The Edge gave Joanne Cieslowicz and others a thrill outside the venue.
Many a Fringe fan has journeyed to Reiden Lake the scene of the crime and the place where our dearly de-parted David Robert Jones was opened to the truth of the multiverse.
Should you find yourself wanting to take a reiden to that famous location, or any number of other parallel universe destinations, this Fringe Map from Cartographer Jonah Adkins might well come in handy.
“The Fringe Map”. The Multiverses of Fringe is my attempt at mapping multiple universes/parallel dimensions of the TV Show FRINGE.
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Quebec City citizens expressed mixed opinions Sunday as Britain’s Prince William and wife Catherine continued their tour of the Canadian city.
Anti-monarchy and sovereignist protesters were out in force but there was no trouble and no arrests were made, police told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
Protesters told the CBC they objected to an unelected royal family holding any authority over Canada as well as having to pony up the cost of hosting the couple.
But another woman told the CBC the protesters were “buffoons” and an embarrassment to the city.
Then there was the young girl who told reporters after presenting Catherine with a bouquet: “I feel special. I just met the duchess and I feel very happy.”
William and Kate began the day with Sunday services aboard the Canadian warship HMCS Montreal.