Updated: Aug. 12, 2013 at 12:40 a.m. Friend(s) Email Peter King was stationed down south covering the Carolina Panthers when he heard the news: CHARLOTTE--The press box is buzzing. "Sanchez? A pick-six? First series? Who writeds this stuff?!!!" After an offseason's worth of breathless hyperbole and over-analysis, the New York Jets ' quarterback competition opened in earnest Friday night with a 26-17 loss to the Detroit Lions .
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(AP Photo/Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, Shane Opatz). Open Chainsaw Sculpture Championship in Eau Claire. Takao Hayashi of Japan placed first, Curtis Ingvolstad of Minnesota placed second, Steve Higgins of Missouri placed third and Chris Foltz of Oregon placed fourth. Cash prizes were $3,000, $2,000, $1,000 and $500, respectively. The Leader-Telegram reports (http://bit.ly/19npizy ) many of the wood creations were of wildlife like raccoons, eagles and bears. The public got to see them during Sunday's auction.
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They just dont know how to get there. Did the North Koreans ever explain why they are allowing reporters in with cell phones? There wasnt a clear explanation of why the rules had changed to allow cell phones this time. My guess is that they wanted the images of these carefully choreographed government celebrations to get out to the rest of the world. I think its very important to note that ordinary North Koreans arent given access to the World Wide Web, to internet, and to e-mails, for that matter. Ordinary North Koreans cant even make international phone calls.
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Cory knew them maybe 10 years. Essentially, he had spent time with [them] as sober people," McIlroy tells PEOPLE. "They were not using with him [that night]. There was no double life up here." The last time McIlroy saw Monteith was a few weeks before he passed. "He was just recently out of rehab and he was good," he says. "He was happy to be breathing fresh air and putting in full days and being active." Monteith was scheduled to have breakfast with McIlroy the morning he passed away.
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