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Mangold and Ferguson have ‘unbreakable’ bond

nypost.com — CORTLAND - Nick Mangold's first memory of D'Brickashaw Ferguson came in Indianapolis during the 2006 NFL Scouting Combine. At night, the players go from hotel room to hotel room interviewing with the different teams. Mangold was dressed in a polo shirt and jeans. "Probably ripped," he says.
Aug 01, 2014

This is great: RT @BrianCoz: Mangold and Ferguson have forged an unbreakable bond #nyj: nyp.st/UP2XVi

Aug 01, 2014

Agreed RT @DWAZ73: Good stuff here from BCoz RT @BrianCoz: Mangold & Ferguson have forged an unbreakable bond #nyj: nyp.st/UP2XVi

Aug 01, 2014

Good stuff here from BCoz RT @BrianCoz: Mangold and Ferguson have forged an unbreakable bond #nyj: nyp.st/UP2XVi via @nypost

Sharpton warns de Blasio: I’ll be your worst enemy

nypost.com — There was an astonishing visual display of the battle for the future of New York yesterday in a round-table discussion at City Hall. On one side: William Bratton, the past and present police commissioner.
Aug 01, 2014

@Real_JPodhoretz: "New York remains the safest major city in America, if not the world." Errrrrrr, the world ?!?! nypost.com/2014/08/01/sha…

Aug 01, 2014

Thank the good lord we have Al Sharpton at the table to shakedown the mayor, who invited him. nypost.com/2014/08/01/sha…

Rikers Island on edge after earlier bedtime cuts out TV viewing

nypost.com — Rikers Island inmates will have to settle for real-life crime dramas out in the yard. The Department of Correction is cutting a giant chunk of the prisoners' prime TV watching time - sending them to bed at 9 p.m. in an effort to stem late-night violence at the jail, The Post has learned.
Aug 01, 2014

Irked inmates who demand their "Law & Order" fix plan bedlam after new 9 p.m. bedtime law enacted at Rikers Island... nypost.com/2014/08/01/rik…

Aug 01, 2014

Rikers Island on edge after earlier bedtime cuts out TV viewing nypost.com/2014/08/01/rik…

Cops closing in on Brooklyn Bridge white flag suspects

nypost.com — Detectives now have nine "persons of interest" in the Brooklyn Bridge white-flag caper from all over the New York City area, police sources told The Post. The men likely met on social-media sites s...

Alleged scammer brothers kicked out by Kickstarter

nypost.com — The brothers blasted for taking advantage of the feel-good sharing economy by squatting in their Airbnb rental and failing to deliver on their $40,000 Kickstarter project finally got their wrists slapped on Thursday. Kickstarter suspended their latest money-raising efforts - which had attracted $921 in donations just weeks after they seemed to celebrate walking away with their first money grab.

Microsoft not giving up fight to hold onto druggie e-mails

nypost.com — Sorry, drug dealers - Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella may not be able to protect you from the long arm of the law much longer. The tech titan on Thursday lost Round 2 of its months-long fight to stop federal prosecutors from getting hold of e-mails sought as part of a drug trafficking probe.
Aug 01, 2014

Sorry, drug dealers - Microsoft may not be able to protect you from long arm of the law much longer. Via @nypostbiz nypost.com/2014/07/31/mic…

Obama’s friendly fire

nypost.com — How much better if the White House had said nothing, instead of issuing a fuzzy statement Wednesday condemning the shelling of a UN school for Palestinians in Gaza. It matters little that the National Security Council's spokeswoman, Bernadette Meehan, did not explicitly accuse Israel of the bombing.

The ultimate insiders’ view of some memorable Jets characters

nypost.com — CORTLAND - Nick Mangold and D'Brickashaw Ferguson have seen a lot in their time together with the Jets. Since both player were drafted in 2006, the team has been through some wild times.
Aug 01, 2014

Nick and Brick also reflect on some of the memorable characters they have played with #nyj: nyp.st/1xJzA3I via @nypost

27 Palestinians killed as Gaza cease-fire crumbles

nypost.com — GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - Gaza officials say at least four Palestinians have been killed by Israeli tank fire nearly two hours after Israel and Hamas began observing a three-day cease-fire. Health Mi...
Aug 01, 2014

RT @nypost: 27 Palestinians killed after an Israel-Hamas truce unraveled hours after coming into effect nyp.st/1xJGKEV

Police Commissioner Sharpton

nypost.com — We started this week asking who was in charge of crime-fighting in New York City: Bill Bratton or Al Sharpton. The answer grows more urgent now that Mayor de Blasio gave the Rev. Sharpton City Hall as a platform to advance his views on how our police should be policing.

Kim K’s royalties send mobile game maker on wild ride

nypost.com — There can be a lot of pleasure - and pain - when you get into bed with Kim Kardashian. Just ask Glu Mobile, the San Francisco video game maker that produced "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood," the popular smartphone game that has soared to the No. 5 best-selling game in Apple's App Store since its June 25 release.

Godfrey to host ‘MSG Countdown’ series

nypost.com — Comedian Godfrey will host "MSG Countdown," premiering this Monday (9 p.m.) on MSG. The 10-episode, half-hour series will recap unforgettable moments from the last 40 years of Garden history involving the Knicks and Rangers. In addition to his own Comedy Central stand-up special, Godfrey has appeared on "30 Rock" and "Louie" and on the big screen in "Johnson Family Vacation," "The Cookout" and "Soul Plane."

Kelsey needs stronger ‘Partners’ in new comedy

nypost.com — I'm really rooting for Kelsey Grammer to return with another lovable, memorable TV character in a show that best utilizes his singular talents - but "Partners," I'm afraid, won't do the trick.

Who will emerge as Giants’ starting tight end?

nypost.com — Larry Donnell sits atop the Giants depth chart two days before the exhibition opener against the Bills at the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. But he's more concerned where he is Sept. 8, when Big Blue will be in Detroit for the regular-season opener.
Aug 01, 2014

Giants 'loving' what they see from TE Larry Donnell via @NYPost nyp.st/1oT5M3Z

Meet the girl slugger who’s New Jersey’s hope for Little League glory

nypost.com — The ball went flying out of the park like it was shot out of a cannon, soaring well above and beyond the left-field fence. Chants broke out. The scoring team exploded out of the dugout.
Aug 01, 2014

Love that the Toms River little league tradition is being carried on by a badass 12 y/o girl! Meet Kayla Roncin nypost.com/2014/07/31/mee…

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