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KJW 23

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    I have been reading books about lighting, camera etc. I have been playing with my Cannon GL2 camera, but have not put anything together to actually call a film. I’d like to meet a nice and good-hearted lady who would share that dream with me.

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  2. Shanahan Comments on Two LBs -- Sat Jan 12, 2008 --from FFMastermind.com # The Denver Post reports Broncos HC Mike Shanahan called LB Jordan Beck a "difference maker" on special teams and said OLB Jamie Winborn has a chance to be a starting linebacker next season. http://www.falconsroost.com/forums/index.p...ic=11551:angry:
  3. By MARK BRADLEY The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Published on: 01/08/08 University of Georgia President Michael Adams says it's time for the NCAA to replace the confusing and controversial Bowl Championship Series with an eight-team college football playoff and he's in position to help make it happen. Adams told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution he has written a letter to NCAA president Myles Brand that advocates a seven-game, single-elimination tournament run by the NCAA, which currently has no say in the BCS process. The Fiesta, Orange, Rose and Sugar bowls would become quarterfinal games i
  4. Wolf disinterested in Falcons Former Packers GM says 'bury' the thought By D. ORLANDO LEDBETTER The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Published on: 01/01/08 Former Packers general manager Ron Wolf told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday that he is not interested in coming out of retirement to run the Atlanta Falcons. "I have not been contacted by them and I have no interest," said Wolf, who built the Packers Super Bowl teams in the 1990s after getting the Falcons to trade Brett Favre to Green Bay. "Let's bury that one right now." Wolf, 69, has been retired since 2001, has informally consul
  5. Wolf disinterested in Falcons Former Packers GM says 'bury' the thought By D. ORLANDO LEDBETTER The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Published on: 01/01/08 Former Packers general manager Ron Wolf told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Tuesday that he is not interested in coming out of retirement to run the Atlanta Falcons. "I have not been contacted by them and I have no interest," said Wolf, who built the Packers Super Bowl teams in the 1990s after getting the Falcons to trade Brett Favre to Green Bay. "Let's bury that one right now." Wolf, 69, has been retired since 2001, has informally consul
  6. Top NFL Head Coaching Candidates Dec 24, 2007 | 1:51PM | report this Selecting the right head coach is the most critical move an organization makes. The right hire creates an unbreakable chemistry or atmosphere that puts his team in position to compete for a championship. What makes a great head coach? There are many factors to consider. I believe being a productive coordinator shouldn t be the only criteria. There are several solid coordinators who never develop into good head coaches. There are a lot of intangibles that play into becoming a solid head coach leadership and vision for the bi
  7. Proceeding with caution Schottenheimer in no hurry to return to NFL sidelines Posted: Friday December 21, 2007 7:45PM; Updated: Friday December 21, 2007 7:54PM Marty Schottenheimer led the Chargers to a 14-2 regular-season record in 2006 but was subsequently fired after an early playoff exit. Kirby Lee/WireImage.com If the Atlanta Falcons are interested in Marty Schottenheimer as their next head coach, it's news to Schottenheimer. "I have not heard a word from anybody about anything relating to the Falcons," said Schottenheimer, who was fired by the Chargers in February after butting heads wit
  8. Proceeding with caution Schottenheimer in no hurry to return to NFL sidelines Posted: Friday December 21, 2007 7:45PM; Updated: Friday December 21, 2007 7:54PM Marty Schottenheimer led the Chargers to a 14-2 regular-season record in 2006 but was subsequently fired after an early playoff exit. Kirby Lee/WireImage.com If the Atlanta Falcons are interested in Marty Schottenheimer as their next head coach, it's news to Schottenheimer. "I have not heard a word from anybody about anything relating to the Falcons," said Schottenheimer, who was fired by the Chargers in February after butting heads wit
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