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No One Is Above The Rule! Miss Serena Williams!
Please! Miss Serena Williams, you just a Tennis players! You can F-word yourself, like Tiger did it ( I am sorry to put you in the scale of Serena, but your profanity is the same as her!) You can not F-word the empire! Play by the rule and respect to your profession! Please! Foot fault is foot fault. Miss Serena Williams. WE AMERICA, THE HOME OF THE BRAVE, DOES NOT NEED THIS KIND OF TENNIS CHAMPION IN US OPEN! Shame!
I love my country, so I write; the best is in Bigthink, so I write here!
I’ve ever seen the ugliest scene in female tennis, it did happen in America and the athlete is an American!
Shame on you! Miss Serena Williams, John McEnroe and CBS Sports!
Walter Cronkite is my idol, as a reporter, he reports facts!
Let me report what happened in the 2009 US Open semifinal game between Kim Clijster and Serena Williams, especially the foot fault incident.
The facts are: 1.100% sure, Serena made the foot fault.
2. After the CBS replayed the foot fault, CBS Tennis announcer John MeEnroe did say something like “NO WAY, SHE (the lineswoman, the author noted) CAN SEE IT” to support Serena. Fortunately, After John reviewed a dozen times of the foot fault privately, he knows the empire was right, and he did not support Serena ANYMORE ON THIS UGLY INCISDENT.
3. After that incident CBS Sports foolishly not does its utmost earnest job and duty to slow-motion foot fault in frame- by- frame fashion like the NFL did. Instead, CBS Sports likely performed what under developing country (e.g., China) did in its sports broadcasting, it chooses to favor the home country athletes who even committed in unsportsmanship foul. To my pleasure, CBS Sports did report Serena cursed the umpire with profanity!
Profanity, F-words and rude conducts are common in every professional sport! NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB., GOLF, TENNIS, you name it, YOU GOT IT! Tennis player John McEnroe did it. Golfer Tiger Woods did it!…………..NOW, Serena Williams did it in female Tennis!
Please! Miss Serena Williams, you just a Tennis players! You can F-word yourself, like Tiger did it (Tiger, I am sorry to put you in the scale of Serena, but your profanity is the same as her!) You can not F-word the empire! Play by the rule and respect to your profession! Please! Foot fault is foot fault. Miss Serena Williams.
The USTA should fine Serena and suspend her! Do some action! USTA!
And CBS Sports announcers, please show some respects to your former colleague, Walter Cronkite. I know you all are not in that level, but you all can learn!
WE AMERICA, THE HOME OF THE BRAVE, DOES NOT NEED THIS KIND OF TENNIS CHAMPION IN US OPEN! Shame!
Sallie Krawcheck and Bob Kulhan will be talking money, jobs, and how the pandemic will disproportionally affect women's finances.
Men take longer to clear COVID-19 from their systems; a male-only coronavirus repository may be why.
- A new study found that women clear coronavirus from their systems much faster than men.
- The researchers hypothesize that high concentrations of ACE2-expressing cells in the testes may store more coronavirus.
- There are many confounding factors to this mystery—some genetic, others social and behavioral.
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Coronavirus protesters in Los Angeles. Men are more likely than women to disregard health warnings from officials.
The word "learning" opens up space for more people, places, and ideas.
- The terms 'education' and 'learning' are often used interchangeably, but there is a cultural connotation to the former that can be limiting. Education naturally links to schooling, which is only one form of learning.
- Gregg Behr, founder and co-chair of Remake Learning, believes that this small word shift opens up the possibilities in terms of how and where learning can happen. It also becomes a more inclusive practice, welcoming in a larger, more diverse group of thinkers.
- Post-COVID, the way we think about what learning looks like will inevitably change, so it's crucial to adjust and begin building the necessary support systems today.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought out the perception of selfishness among many.
- Selfish behavior has been analyzed by philosophers and psychologists for centuries.
- New research shows people may be wired for altruistic behavior and get more benefits from it.
- Crisis times tend to increase self-centered acts.