February 2012

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Luis Suarez’s decision to not shake the hand of Patrice Evra was not a snub, but a strategic move to avoid an embarrassing third-consecutive “rock, paper scissors” loss to his Manchester United sparring partner. The revelation has forced several media outlets to do a complete U-turn on their reporting after they somewhat embarrassingly made reports…

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Having just been “rested” from Australia’s one day cricket team, Brad Haddin has now been stood down from his Sydney grade  club for the same reason, The Public Apology can report. The exclusive revelation comes after Haddin turned out for his Sydney grade club, Eastern Suburbs, against a Sutherland team containing Shane Watson in an…

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If you are an Asian-American with an Economics degree from Harvard, breaking ankles in the NBA is not the natural post-graduation career path.  Actually, you don’t even need the stereotypical degree from an Ivy League school. Previous to this year, if you were of Asian-American descent, the closest you got to seeing NBA action was…

Read More Jeremy Lin brings Asian skills to NBA