Post Tagged with: "controversy"

F1’s Desert Storm – 2013 Bahrain GP Preview

April 25, 2013 12:03 pm0 comments
F1’s Desert Storm – 2013 Bahrain GP Preview

It was bound to stir up controversy, and it’s no surprise the 2013 Bahrain Grand Prix will take place amidst the same furore and atmosphere of menace it endured twelve months ago. Putting the political situation aside, the racing promises just as much drama, suspense and frustration. With three different […]

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F1 Malaysian GP And The Descent Into Controversy

March 25, 2013 6:12 pm0 comments
F1 Malaysian GP And The Descent Into Controversy

Sebastian Vettel took the laurels yesterday in an action-packed, F1 Malaysian GP that descended into controversy, during a fraught final 15 laps. The race began in damp conditions after a light shower hit the circuit 90 minutes before the start and, as expected, Vettel duly led the way from pole. […]

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Baby Mama Drama: Call A Babysitter, Not A Rapper!

January 28, 2013 12:24 pm0 comments
Baby Mama Drama: Call A Babysitter, Not A Rapper!

I never realised how true and significant a statement: ‘Ignorance is bliss’ can be. As part of the hip-hop community, we prepare ourselves for ignorance at its core. It irritates hip-hop listeners, or at least find it amusing, whilst it’s a rapper’s strongest weapon. Unfortunately, people often associate hip-hop with […]

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Islands stir up tension between far-east countries

August 13, 2012 12:00 pm0 comments
Islands stir up tension between far-east countries

For a few days, a small group of islands, called Dokdo in Korean language, has been the key point of quarrel between Japan and South Korea. The olympics is also involved in the conflict. On Friday night, the olympic football team of South Korea bet Japan’s best U23-footballers and won […]

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If You Don’t Like Chick-fil-A, I Recommend Bojangles.

August 6, 2012 12:11 pm0 comments
If You Don’t Like Chick-fil-A, I Recommend Bojangles.

Ever since it was created, Chick-fil-A has upheld traditional Christian Principles, including observing Sunday as a day of rest, and donating to multiple Christian organizations such as Focus on the Family.  The reason for the recent uproar is because Dan Cathy (Son of Chick-fil-A’s founder, Truett Cathy) was being interviewed […]

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Vettel Sweeps to Bahrain Victory

April 23, 2012 6:59 pm0 comments
Vettel Sweeps to Bahrain Victory

Reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel cruised his way through the desert heat on Sunday to claim his first Bahrain Grand Prix victory. The win was also the first at the circuit for his Red Bull team, and came on a day when none of the German’s championship rivals were able […]

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2012 Bahrain Grand Prix Preview – Questions To Be Answered

April 18, 2012 5:59 pm0 comments
2012 Bahrain Grand Prix Preview – Questions To Be Answered

Three different races; three different winners. Formula One 2012 is proving to be an unpredictable beast. Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg have all tasted glory across the Far East. Now the Formula One bandwagon returns to the Middle East to confront perhaps its biggest challenge of the year. […]

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