Torch: Lost Season – NFL 2017 x Jose Guerra

With the O’Dell and the Giants’ season being officially over after Week 5 of the NFL season we felt like the least we could do is offer our condolences with a new set from our own Torch.

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Torch: Light A Fire – Jose Guerra

Always happy to see AllHipHopModels favorite Torch back in the studio. Definitely working on her next idea. It won’t involve her wearing much if it’s up to me!

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Tiki Torch Carrying White Nationalist Cornballs Clash With Protesters At UVA

A group of white nationalists armed with cheap tiki torches and towering mugs of white privilege converged on the city of Charlottesville in Virginia ahead of a planned event on Friday. The Unite The Right rally, which was slated to take place in the city Saturday, was preceded by a number of ongoing clashes between nationalists and counter-protestors.

NBC News writes:

Altercations erupted Saturday morning and at least two people were hurt as white nationalists and counter-protesters violently clashed in Charlottesville, Virginia, where local police and the governor declared a state of emergency.

Supporters of the “Unite the Right” rally descended again on the city’s downtown in opposition to clergy members and other groups, who stood in a line singing, “This Little Light of Mine,” to drown out the profanity and slurs.

“Love has already won. We have already won,” the counter-protesters responded.

But as the violence intensified with shoving and punching, demonstrators covered their mouths after what appeared to be tear gas was released into the crowd.

The city and Albemarle County both issued a “declaration of local emergency” for the two jurisdictions to request additional resources. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe also declared a state of emergency to allow for a response to quell the violence.

MSNBC just said in a live report that the Unite The Right rally has been canceled due to the clashing in the streets. Some of the fights took hold on the campus of the University of Virginia as well, with figures such as Dr. Cornel West among the throng shouting down the rally’s intent.

As this story develops, we will provide updates. See below and the following pages to some of the reaction. So far, it looks like the Nazi Parade is unraveling although some of the supremacists are reportedly pulling weapons on people when confronted.

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Watch: Romo’s full speech handing the torch to Prescott

After a decade as the Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback, Tony Romo emotionally announced he's stepping aside to allow Dak Prescott to officially take over as the leader.

In a five-minute speech Tuesday, Romo graciously gave his endorsement to Prescott and discussed his difficult season:

First, I really just came up here to talk to you guys. I wrote something I put together that I really just wanted to read. I know you have a lot of questions as many of you have hounded me pretty much daily. Ed Werder texts on the hour. But I’m not gonna take any questions so hopefully I answer most of them with what I’m saying here and if I don’t answer them, I’m sure we’ll talk in the future. So hopefully we’re gonna keep it short. For multiple reasons, one, I think it’s in the best interest of our team. We’ll leave it at that. So I’m just going to read this and hopefully you can just stay with me. I don’t think it’ll be too long, but I think it does capture the essence of what your mindset is through all of this and our football team and the situation. So here we go.

To say the first half of the season has been emotional would be a huge understatement. Getting hurt when you feel like you have the best team you’ve ever had was a soul-crushing moment for me. Then to learn it’s not three to four weeks but 10 is another blow. And through it all you have a tremendous amount of guilt on having let your teammates, fans and organization down. After all, they were depending on you to bring them a championship. That’s what quarterbacks are supposed to do; that’s how we’re judged. I loved that. I still do. But here you are, sidelined without any real ability to help your teammates win on the field. That’s when you’re forced to come face to face with what’s happening.

Seasons are fleeting. Games become more precious. Chances for success diminish. Your potential successor has arrived. Injured two years in a row and now in the mid-30s. The press is whispering. Everyone has doubts. You’ve spent your career working to get here. Now we have to start all over. You almost feel like an outsider. The coaches are sympathetic, but they still have to coach, and you’re not there. It’s a dark place. Probably the darkest it’s ever been. You’re sad and down and out and you ask yourself, ‘Why did this have to happen?’ It’s in this moment when you find out who you really are and what you’re really about.

You see football is a meritocracy. You aren’t handed anything. You earn everything, every single day, over and over again. You have to prove it. That’s the way that the NFL, that football works.

A great example of this is Dak Prescott, and what’s he’s one. He’s earned the right to be our quarterback. As hard as that is for me to say, he’s earned that right. He’s guided our team to an 8-1 record and that’s hard to do. If you think for a second that I don’t want to be out there, then you’ve probably never felt the pure ecstasy of competing and winning. That hasn’t left me. In fact, it may burn now more than ever. It’s not always easy to watch. I think anyone who’s been in this position understands that. But what is clear is that I was that kid once, stepping in, having to prove yourself. I remember the feeling like it was yesterday. It really is an incredible time in your life. And if I remember one thing from back then, it’s the people that helped me along when I was young and if I can be that to Dak, I’ve tried to be and I will be going forward.

I think you all know something magical is happening to our team. I’m not going to allow this situation negatively affect Dak or this football team by becoming a constant distraction. I think Dak knows that I have his back and I think I know that he has mine. Ultimately, it’s about the team. That’s what we’ve preached our entire lives.

I can remember when I was a kid, just starting out and wanting to be a part of something bigger than myself. For every high school kid or college player, there’s greatness in being the kind of teammate that truly wants to be part of the team. Everyone wants to be the reason they’re winning or losing; every single one of us wants to be that person. But there are special moments from a shared commitment to play a role while doing it together. That’s what you remember. Not your stats or your prestige, but the relationships and the achievement that you created through a group. It’s hard to do but there’s great joy in that. And all the while, your desire burns to be the best you’ve ever been. You can be both. I’ve figured that out in this process. That what separates sports from everything else. It’s why we love it. It’s why we trust it. It’s why I still want to play and compete.

Lastly, I just want to leave you with something I’ve learned in this process as well. I feel like we all have two battles, or two enemies, going on. One with the man across from you. The second is with the man inside of you. I think once you control the one inside of you, the one across from you really doesn’t matter. I think that’s what we’re all trying to do. Thank you, guys.

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Watch: Indians torch Verlander for 4 HRs in 5th inning

Cleveland rocks (Justin Verlander).

Verlander, the longtime Detroit Tigers right-hander with a 4.53 ERA in 45 career starts against the Indians, once again floundered against his Ohio-based foes Sunday at Comerica Park, surrendering a season-high eight runs and getting chased after serving up four homers in the fifth inning.

Though the former MVP and Cy Young award winner started off decently enough, allowing two runs through the first four innings, things quickly went south in the fifth, with Juan Uribe smacking a leadoff bomb to put Cleveland up by one.

Tyler Naquin, the 25-year-old rookie who carried a .957 into Sunday's matinee, followed with a solo shot of his own, his sixth home run in his last 19 games.

Verlander almost escaped the frame with a two-run deficit, getting Carlos Santana to fly out in the following at-bat before striking out Michael Martinez, but after Francisco Lindor poked a single to keep the inning alive, Mike Napoli crushed a two-run bomb to left.

Then, after Jose Ramirez singled to center, Lonnie Chisenhall poked another two-run homer to right, ending Verlander’s afternoon.

Prior to the series finale, Verlander had only once in his 12-year career allowed four homers in a game, back on Sept. 18, 2007. Guess where that rough outing went down (hint: Cleveland).

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Amazon Jaguar Shot Dead After Olympic Torch Ceremony: Who’s to Blame?

A jaguar featured at an Olympic torch ceremony was shot and killed by a soldier right almost immediately after the event, reports indicate.

The event took place in the Brazilian Amazon city of Manaus, at a zoo attached to a military training center where the ceremony was held. 

After the animal escaped from its handlers, an army statement said, the jaguar was killed by a single pistol shot fired by one of the soldiers.

Despite being tranquilized, the jaguar approached the soldier, the army said, and the outcome was as predictable as it was tragic. 

"This image goes against our beliefs and our values," the local organizing committee Rio 2016 said in a statement decrying the incident.

"We made a mistake in permitting the Olympic torch, a symbol of peace and unity, to be exhibited alongside a chained wild animal." 

"We guarantee that there will be no more such incidents at Rio 2016."

The jaguar is species that is already extinct in Uruguay and El Salvador, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

Its future coexisting with humanity continues to look perilous.

The Amazon jaguar shooting caused uproar among animal rights groups, already reeling from the killing of a gorilla at a Cincinnati zoo

Moreover, the case of a toddler killed by an alligator at Walt Disney World in Orlando has further raised questions along these lines.

Evidence of flawed policy towards wild animals is abundant, but where should the line be drawn? Who is to blame and what should be done?

In this case, plenty, according to critics of the Olympic event.

Questioning why the animal was even involved, PETA's Brittany Peet issued a statement condemning the events: "When will we learn?"

"Wild animals held captive and forced to do things that are frightening, sometimes painful, and always unnatural are ticking time bombs."

"Our actions put them and humans at risk."

In Brazil, the Rio de Janeiro-based animal rights group Animal Freedom Union asked the same question in a blistering Facebook post:

"When will people (and institutions) stop with this sick need to show power and control by confining, taming and showcasing wild animals?"

The involvement of Juma, as the jaguar was known, was also illegal, says Ipaam, the Amazonas state government environmental authority.

"No request was made to authorize the participation of the jaguar Juma in the event of the Olympic torch," Ipaam said in a statement.

Ipaam said it is investigating the incident.

A cartoon, smiling jaguar known as Ginga is the mascot of the Brazilian Olympic team, which hosts the global sports event this summer.

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Scully prepared to pass torch entering final season

Vin Scully believes going out on his own terms is at the utmost importance.

The Hall of Fame broadcaster will step behind the microphone for a 67th and final season with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2016, and after announcing his impending plans to retire last August, the soon-to-be 88-year-old has yet to have a change of heart.

“I really can’t see that I would come back,” Scully told Steve Dilbeck of the Los Angeles Times. “Sooner or later, you have to be realistic. I’ve done it for a long, long time. I’ve done reasonably well at it. But I don’t want to stay on any longer than I feel I should.

“Which makes it a very tough decision, but I really do feel it would be time for me to walk away rather than have somebody say, ‘Gee, you know, you’re not the same. You’re not quite this, you’re not quite that.’ I don’t want that. So I think if I can get through next year doing reasonably well, it would be time then to walk away.”

Scully underwent a unspecified medical procedure in October that prevented him from calling the Dodgers’ postseason series, but said in the weeks following that he’s healthy, and looking forward to getting his final season started.

After spending the majority of his life in the broadcast booth, Scully admitted that there is some trepidation that comes with retiring, though he acknowledged a strong support system will be the key to keeping him occupied once he leaves baseball.

"If I stop to think about it – I'll be very honest – I'm somewhat scared to death," Scully said. "When you've run the same motor for all these years and suddenly turn it off, I know there will be a deafening silence. But I'll just have to be fortunate having had a wonderful marriage. I'll spend more time with Sandi, and God willing, with family and smell the roses.

Scully added: “Whether it’s Thanksgiving dinner or broadcasting a ballgame, eventually the torch has to be passed.”

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Torch @torch_ofloyalty: Turn Up The Heat – Jose Guerra

Torch is more than ready for turn up the heat this summer starting with her latest DynastySeries exclusive with Jose Guerra.



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Torch @torch_ofloyalty – NFL Bodypaint 2014 – NY Giants – Jose Guerra

Last year Torch representing my Philadelphia Eagles, so I guess I have to let her show support for her New York Giants. They won’t have much else to celebrate this year.




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