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NFL Draft at 13th overall. And, well, they were right, as four went in the first 10 picks. By contrast, the Philadelphia Eagles were originally drafting 13th overall in 2016, when they made a pair of deals to put themselves in position to draft Carson Wentz second overall. The Rams made a similar bold move to go get Jared Goff, and both teams are now poised to be perennial contenders for the foreseeable future.Anyway, Smith may very well be a modest short-term upgrade over Cousins, but this is a Redskins team that doesn't look like a Super Bowl contender anytime soon, especially in an absolutely loaded NFC. Handing out $70-plus million in guaranteed money along with forking over a third-round pick and a good player for Smith's services is a move I might make if I were running a team with a great roster, but a big hole at quarterback. This feels a lot like a move by a GM/coach combo that is running out of time to start winning games. Ultimately, however, it should keep them in that mediocre zone that they are so used to.3) The Redskins' instability at quarterback continuesRedskins fans know the names of all the quarterbacks who have started at least one game since the Dan Snyder era began in 1999. For those of you who don't: Brad JohnsonJeff GeorgeTony BanksShane MatthewsPatrick RamseyDanny WuerffelTi... ( reasons the Redskins will be a dumpster fire this season)
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British Army hospital during the Revolutionary War. (The church tower’s bell, which still hangs there today, was cast in the same foundry as Philadelphia’s Liberty Bell and was buried by the parishioners to stop the British from melting it down for ammunition.)I eventually found Harman on a side street, standing next to the skip, assessing the cubic sculpture coming together inside. Built from the detritus found in the dumpster—bits of plywood, surprisingly lovely slabs of marble and so much cardboard—the unfinished piece looked as if it would fit next to any Arte Povera work or example of anarchitecture by the artist Gordon Matta-Clark. The rough diagonal line on the front of the work emerged as Harman began to assemble it and discovered that his spirit level was “useless” against the competing slants of the potholed street and the bent steel sides of the dumpster. [embedded content]Kevin Harman working on Skip 16 (2018) in Mt Vernon, New YorkFilm by Christopher L. CookHarman had been labouring in the lugger, without assistants, for 18-hour stretches for two days, staying until at least midnight and relying on a headlamp to see into the container’s tight, dark corners, since the street light above was broken. After clearing out organic materials (decomposing fruit, a bag of coleslaw, half a chicken squashed in tin foil) and scrubbing the dumpster’s inside walls to get rid of any “dribblage contamination” and smelly residues, he set to work creating order out of chaos. Although he sketches out ideas for the structure, he does not know what the finished work will look like until he starts building it. But he always starts with an understanding of the materials he has to work with, in this case everything from cement blocks, bricks and a large-format printer hidden at the core of the sculpture to scraps of paper, Styrofoam and sheets of black rubber. “You start getting a feel for different weights and a sense of how it will come out,” Harman says. During the visit, he cut cardboard boxes into smaller strips and broke apart wooden pallets—New York apparently has “the strongest known to man”... (Art Newspaper)
PHILADELPHIA – A slippery liquid outside of an apartment complex dumpster is the proximate cause behind a plaintiff’s injurious fall and subsequent injuries, a new lawsuit states.Russell Foster and Eleanor Lutz of Philadelphia filed suit in the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas on Feb. 15 versus Domino Lane Partners, L.P. and Premier Properties & Management Corp., GP, also of Philadelphia. Piscitello Per the litigation, the defendants maintained the business premises at 449 Domino Lane in Philadelphia. On Jan. 18, 2017, plaintiff was a resident of the apartment complex owned and/or managed by defendants – and at the time and place referenced above, Russell Foster was caused to fall as the result of a slippery substance that had leaked from the dumpsters onto the ground, which caused him to trip/slip and otherwise lose his balance and fall, the suit says.“The slippery condition referenced above was known by defendants to exist for an unreasonable amount of...
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott (4) throws scrambles away from Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Fletcher Cox (91) in the fourth quarter at AT&T Stadium. Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports (Photo: Matthew Emmons, Matthew Emmons)The Cowboys were embarrassed on their home turf at the hands of the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night. They can lick their wounds for three days before taking the field again at AT&T Stadium on Thanksgiving Day.Five things to know about the dumpster-fire of a game -- or at least a second half -- Sunday night:It was close… for a halfThe Cowboys actually took a lead into halftime, as they have in three of their five losses this season. The offense had mustered just three field goals, but the defense was pitching a shutout after an opening-drive touchdown by Philadelphia. Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown dropped an interception that could’ve opened the door to more points for Dallas before the break. Instead, it remained 9-7.But then the second half happened. Thirty Eagles points later, the game was final. Phila... (WFAA)