Nintendo is notable for their many achievements as a franchise, whether it be one of their many successful series like The Legend Of Zelda, Mario, and Pokemon, or their game consoles, the Japanese brand is a household name.
The brand made their first big hit with the NES 1985, and then in 1989 they revolutionized portable play with the Game Boy that sold nearly 120 units, then continuing on with the Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Gamecube, and even returning back to make adjustments with the Game Boy Advance and Gameboy Color. Nintendo kept up against competitors like XBox and Playstation, and their sales never dropped, especially with the release of the DS in 2004 and Wii in 2006. Since those releases the 3DS, as well as the Wii U have made their way into millions of households, but now there is a new addition to the Nintendo family
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Chiefs lineman Laurent Duvernay – Tardiff would like to add the suffix M.D. to the back of his jersey. He wants to celebrate one of his personal accomplishments. He’s set to finish medical school this offseason and become the first NFL player to take the field while holding a medical degree.
Around you see many players with surnames on the back of their jersey such as Jr. or Sr. or even some with the III. He has already reached out and talked to the league about adding M.D. and he said that they responded with “Anything is possible”. He didn’t even plan on playing in the NFL when he enrolled into medical school.
So when he was drafted 6th round by the Kansas City Chiefs he had to talk to the dean at his school to devise a plan about him coming to school only during the off season for the NFL.
- move around more and make yourself more active and involved.
Just the little things can help make you in better shape. Start by getting up and moving around as much as possible. Park in the back of the parking lot of the grocery store and play a couple games of street basketball with your neighbors. Jog around the block a few times when you have free time. Continue reading top 5 ways to get in better shape fast
Aaron Feis, a security guard at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, wasn’t just a security guard but also a counselor to many kids. When he caught kids skipping class, instead of sending them to the principal’s office or yelling at them, he would have a 1 on 1 talk with them.
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Jeffree Star Cosmetics has the beauty community starstruck with his newest launch of “Love Sick”, which features his third and largest palette to date. Alongside his newest palette, the Lovesick collection will feature 4 brand new Velour Liquid Lipsticks: “Self-Control”-($18) is a “muted lilac”, “Restraints”-($18)- is a “metallic gray”, “Problematic”- (18$)- is a “berry purple”, “Romeo”-($18)-is a ”rose bright pink”
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Almost 40 years after the disastrous and deadly eruption of Mount St. Helens on May 18th, 1980 in the state of Washington killing 57 and leaving $1.1 billion in damages after leveling over 250 homes, it is feared that the volcano may again erupt. Recently an earthquake with a magnitude of 8.2 struck Alaska and has triggered tsunami warnings across its coasts, and it is feared that it will awaken Mount St. Helens with the mountains threat level already being described as “very high” and shockwaves running through the northwestern United States.
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Over the past decade, Amazon has gone from an online store to an international store all over the world. Although, most stores still run like an average shopping center with checkout lines and grocery carts. One amazon store in Seattle, is taking a new outlook on shopping. Continue reading “Amazon Go” on the Rise
West Clermont High School has required its senior class be vaccinated in order for them to attend their prom, is it necessary that everyone receive this vaccination? Just what are the benefits versus the potential risks posed by getting all the recommended vaccinations?
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Our skin is our protective layer from outside forces, it’s constantly growing, and adapting. Most of us can’t imagine not having this security blanket around us at all times, but for a 7-year old boy that became his reality. He lost most of skin due to a rare genetic skin disease, Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) is when your skin blisters and tears off at the touch. Epidermolysis Bullosa is often fatal in most cases. Continue reading Epidermolysis Bullosa: A Boy’s Life Changed Forever
Le’Veon Bell, RB, Pittsburgh Steelers: His 39.5 topped all running backs on Sunday and represented the third-best single-game total of his career
DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Houston Texans: Like his 35.9 PPR points, it was the fourth time in his career that he had scored at least 35, and in each of the four he had a different quarterback throwing to him. Continue reading Fantasy football Winners/Losers Week 14