The Daily Dieter Podcast: Index card, Carr don’t measure up, but Garoppolo does

Derek Carr came into the 2017 season prepared to take his place among the game’s best quarterbacks, Jimmy Garoppolo was simply waiting for his chance to escape New England and Tom Brady’s shadow. Dieter Kurtenbach explains how as the season winds down, it’s Garoppolo who has people talking while Carr struggles to recapture last year’s magic. To view Dieter’s latest podcast on your mobile device click here.If you haven’t already done so, subscribe to the Daily Dieter Podcast on iTunes. Related Articles The Index Card Game — Why the NFL needs to make big changes after the Cowboys-Raiders officiating debacle The Daily Dieter Podcast: Why the Giants are embarrassing themselves… Read More

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The tax bill became less bad as it went through the legislative process

The Republican tax bill has changed substantially since it was first introduced in November.And the changes have mostly been for the better as it’s moved through the legislative process.Congress is expected to pass the tax bill this week.The bill still has big problems, and some of the problems have gotten worseIf you dislike the bill, you should dislike it for the right reasons … …read more Source:: AOL.com

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Long Island Medium: Did Theresa Caputo Predict Her Split in 2013?!

When the world learned that Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo had separated from her husband, the “she should have seen it coming” jokes were almost too easy. But … some fans have pointed out that maybe she did see it coming. Specifically, in a 2013 episode of Long Island Medium, when Theresa admits to having had a dream … that her husband was cheating on her. Before we get to Theresa’s prediction, a quick refresher: Theresa Caputo and her husband, Larry Caputo, have announced their separation. They knew that fans watching Long Island Medium knew that things weren’t great between them, and wanted to go ahead and answer their questions… Read More

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Shoe-box sized satellite built at CU solves big space mystery

Provided by University of ColoradoUniversity of Colorado students working on the Colorado Student Space Weather Experiment, which helped solve a 60-year-old space mystery. Thanks to a shoebox-sized satellite built by University of Colorado students, a decades-old mystery surrounding the source of some potentially-damaging particles in our planet’s radiation belts has been unraveled. The mystery electrons in question exist in Earth’s inner radiation belt, but their origins were unclear for the past 60 years, CU said in a news release. Data from the students’ satellites showed the electrons are created by cosmic rays stemming from explosions of supernovas, said the study’s lead author, Prof. Xinlin Li who teaches in CU’s Laboratory… Read More

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Broncos Insider: Who starts at QB this week?

Sure, the Broncos don’t have anything left to play for in 2017. (Just don’t tell them that.) But so much can be learned in the final two games ahead on the schedule. The biggest question facing the Broncos as they prepare to face the Redskins this week is who will start at quarterback. (If you’re keeping score at home, here’s a Broncos QB crib sheet.) Brock Osweiler had a big game in relief of an injured Trevor Siemian last week, but is there reason to believe Paxton Lynch will get the call this week as the team’s starter? As Nicki Jhabvala pointed out, you may just need to read between… Read More

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