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She wasn’t referring to Rodriguez,” “I do not believe that the meaning of our Eighth Amendment . should be determined by the subjective views of five Members of this Court and like-minded foreigners” he wrote In politics this kind of reversal is typically greeted with condemnation catcalls of “flip flopping” and hypocrisy But Eugene Volokh a constitutional law professor at UCLA said that it wouldn’t be fair to level the same accusations against the justices Oral arguments like Tuesday’s hearing are more freewheeling he said The justices aren’t necessarily laying out eternal principles as they are trying on different arguments for size seeing what kind of reaction they got Sometimes like guests at a long-running dinner party they’re just trying to needle each other or make something akin to an inside joke with each other Volokh noted that Kennedy who is expected to be the swing vote in favor of gay marriage in this case had cited a decision in the European Court of Human Rights and a committee report to the British Parliament in a 2003 decision overturning sodomy laws a key precedent in this case “There might be a little bit of tweaking going on here” he said “In a way he’s saying you were willing to look at international matters there are you willing to look at them here now” There’s also a substantive case to be made Conservative justices such as Scalia believe that the Constitution makes America unique and separates our legal traditions from the rest of the world which means the opinions of other countries don’t matter when you’re interpreting say the Eighth Amendment but they might matter if you were trying to show that there’s nothing prejudiced about banning gay marriage Still the accusation of flip flops stings in politics for a reason Supreme Court justices can argue for American exceptionalism one week and for following world opinion in another but it won’t help them in the truly highest court in the land: the court of public opinion Contact us at [email protected] Chris Schleicher was a writer for five seasons on The Mindy Project and is currently a writer and co-executive producer on Champions premiering March 8th on NBC Thursday night’s ladies free skate is shaping up to be one of the greatest face-offs in Olympic history 20 years after the Nagano Olympics I feel like Im witnessing the rivalry between Michelle Kwan and Tara Lipinski all over again except this time the rivals are Russian and Im old enough to down a bottle of wine while watching In 1998 Michelle Kwan was seen as the favorite heading into the Olympics but her dreams of gold were spoiled by the shriek-worthy excellence of a 15 year-old challenger Tara Lipinski This year Evgenia Medvedeva is sitting in that Michelle Kwan spot For years the 2018 Olympics were seen as Medvedevas to lose Many have already called her at the age of 19 the greatest skater of all time Medvedeva is a two-time World Champion and was undefeated in competition for over two years In October however Medvedeva suffered a fracture in her right foot and was forced to withdraw from several events Suddenly the impossible seemed possible We had proof that Evgenia Medvedeva was human At the same time a new star was on the rise: 15 year-old Alina Zagitova Last seasons Junior World Champion Zagitova moved up to the senior level this year and won every one of her Grand Prix assignments including the Grand Prix Final (which Medvedeva sat out due to injury) Then at the European Championships a month ago Medvedeva and Zagitova finally went head-to-head And much to the shock of the skating world Alina Zagitova won Suddenly the Olympics were a two-horse race Okay "horse" isnt exactly the right comparison for these tiny teens but "two-bird race" doesnt make any sense Lets take a second to look at each of these Russian phenoms individually before examining at the poor unfortunate souls competing for bronze: Evgenia Medvedeva (Olympic Athletes from Russia) Evgenia Medvedeva of Russia competing in free dance at Gangneung Ice Arena Gangneung South Korea Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Day 13 Gangneung USA – 21 Feb 2018 Ulrik Pedersenmdash;CSM/REX/Shutterstock The combination of artistry and athleticism in Evgenia Medvedevas skating is almost unmatched in the history of the sport Technically shes brilliant; the way she completes jumps with her arms over her head is almost a brag as if to say "These jumps were getting too boring I had to make them harder or Id fall asleep" Artistically shes so wonderfully expressive that she draws in the entire audience with a single movement You cant tear your eyes away from her Its not just that youre not checking your phone while she skates; Medvedeva makes you forget that you ever owned a phone In the Olympic short program Medvedeva skated flawlessly to the music of Chopin and set a new world record She must have breathed a huge sigh of relief "Surely THAT will keep the little jumping bean off my tail" It was like that moment in a Halloween film where Jamie Lee Curtis is certain that she has finally killed Michael Myers despite having absolutely no proof You can guess what happened next; Alina Zagitova set a new world record toppling Medvedevas by 131 points Now Medvedeva must come from behind to fulfill her destiny of winning By no means would I count her out She has more international experience than Zagitova and her program component scores are the gold standard Im very worried though because Medvedeva will be skating to Anna Karenina for her long program Im sweating over the idea that this music choice could be unintentionally symbolic if Medvedeva becomes a tragic Russian heroine herself crushed by an unstoppable oncoming force Okay that was a bit much Zagitova isnt a train But you get the point This could be a rough night for Medvedeva Read more: The Most Exciting Events to Watch Before the 2018 Winter Olympics End Alina Zagitova (Olympic Athletes from Russia) Alina Zagitova of Olympic Athlete from Russia competes in the Figure Skating Team Event on day three of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Gangneung Ice Arena in Gangneung South Korea on February 12 2018 Xin Li—Getty Images Alina Zagitova is peaking at the exact right moment And while Im trying my hardest not to make this Russian rivalry into an All About Eve narrative Alina isnt helping me out with her music choices She literally skated to a medley of Black Swan (the story of a ballerina driven mad by the threat of being usurped) and Moonlight (a movie that won Best Picture over the presumed frontrunner) The symbolism is right there Am I the only one seeing this or has my lust for strong female rivalries driven me mad Alinas short program broke the world record for a reason; her presentation was electric her jumps were fearless in every moment she was fully alive If you thought Zagitovas short program was impressive get ready for her free skate to Don Quixote Alina is pulling off a mathematical trick to increase her score that reminds me of something out of an Air Bud movie the flustered referee throwing his hands in the air while a dog slam dunks "Technically theres nothing against it in the rules" In skating a 10% bonus is added to the value of any jump that is completed in the second half of a program And this bonus has a valid reason; landing a jump on tired legs is way more difficult For years skaters have put jumps at the end of their programs to milk this bonus for more points But then Alina had the gall to come along and ask "What if I did ALL my jumps in the second half" Some call it an ugly way to arrange a program; others just call it unbalanced Zagitova essentially kills time with spins and footwork for the first two minutes of her program before launching into a non-stop jump-a-palooza at the halfway mark And it kind of. You.S.” the administration said in a rapid-response graphic shared on the White House website and Twitter Facebook and Instagram accounts “America has the best doctors and public health infrastructure in the world and we are prepared to respond” President Barack Obama was informed minutes before a scheduled meeting of the National Security Council on the efforts to combat the spread of the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) an official said Lisa Monaco the Presidents Counterterrorism and Homeland Security Advisor has been coordinating the administration’s homeland preparedness response to Ebola and White House chief information officer Steven VanRoekel has returned to the US Agency for International Development to work on the response but Obama has not appointed a point-person to oversee the government-wide effort to combat Ebola CDC Director Dr Tom Frieden briefed Obama by phone Tuesday afternoon on the diagnosis as well as the “stringent isolation protocols under which the patient is being treated as well as ongoing efforts to trace the patients contacts to mitigate the risk of additional cases” the White House said Earlier in September Obama traveled to CDC headquarters in Atlanta for a briefing on the disease announcing the deployment of hundreds of US medical personnel and 3000 American troops to assist in the response in Africa while various federal agencies have worked to raise awareness at US ports of entry and medical facilities In an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd in early September Obama said Americans shouldn’t consider the virus a “short term” threat but warned that unchecked it could be a greater issue "Americans shouldnt be concerned about the prospects of contagion here in the United States short term because its not an airborne disease" Obama said on Meet the Press But he warned that the US must make the disease a “national-security priority” "If we dont make that effort now and this spreads not just through Africa but other parts of the world theres the prospect then that the virus mutates" he said "It becomes more easily transmittable And then it could be a serious danger to the United States" Senior Advisor Dan Pfeiffer was appearing on CNN’s The Situation Room in a pre-arranged interview Tuesday evening but urged calm “America has the best doctors and public health infrastructure in the world so were ready to deal with it” he said adding that the US has “been prepared for this possibility for a long time” Write to Zeke J Miller at [email protected] LONDON—About 35000 years ago prehistoric artists across Europe suddenly discovered the female form—and the art world has never been the same The explosion of voluptuous female figurines sculpted out of limestone ivory and clay directly inspired Picasso and Matisse Researchers have debated the figurines’ meaning for decades Now two scientists think they have the answer Presenting their work here last week at the European Palaeolithic Conference they claimed that the objects started off as celebrations of the female form then later became symbols that tied together a growing human society The talk part of a special exhibition on Ice Age art at London’s British Museum surveyed the more than 20000 year-history of female figurines which are found at dozens of archaeological sites from Russia to France The earliest such objects which include the famous Venus of Willendorf from Austria (see photo) and a statuette recently found in Germany that some have called the "earliest pornography" date from as early as 35000 years ago and are generally called the "Willendorf style" of prehistoric art It’s an overtly sexual earthy style: Many of the intricately carved figurines share features such as large pendulous breasts huge buttocks and chubby legs with no feet They display "female nakedness in all its splendor" said presenter Sabine Gaudzinski-Windheuser who co-authored the work with archaeologist Olaf Jris both of the MONREPOS Archaeological Research Centre in Neuwied Germany Nevertheless she pointed out individual figurines differ in many aspects They vary greatly in size; some are slim rather than fat; and some are hairless while others bear what appear to be elaborate headdresses possibly reflecting clothing that prehistoric women actually wore Moreover during the Willendorf period male figurines many anatomically correct with penises and detailed facial features also appear frequently and occasional sculptures depict men and women side by side But beginning about 16000 years ago Gaudzinski-Windheuser told the audience the Willendorf style gave way to a new type of image belonging to the so-called "Gnnersdorf style" named after a site in Germany that features both figurines and engravings of a much more schematic stylized female form The Gnnersdorf females which are found throughout central and Western Europe are headless and sport smaller breasts although they usually have large protruding buttocks They were apparently meant to be viewed in profile as their features are only clear when seen from the side Engravings of these images on cave walls often depict scenes of a number of women together in groups possibly dancing Males are rarely depicted either in sculptures or in engravings Gaudzinski-Windheuser and Jris hypothesize that the Willendorf and Gnnersdorf styles express very different meanings The Willendorf figurines they argue represent the overall idea of femaleness but the emphasis is on individual women represented by the many differences among the figurines As a parallel Gaudzinski-Windheuser suggested that the cute and chubby fictional stars of the children’s TV show Teletubbies—Tinky Winky Po Laa-Laa and Dipsy—symbolize the common idea of a perfect child-friendly world and yet each Teletubby has their own individual personality (For example each is a different color and has a different symbol on its head) Such a symbolic system in which both individual and group identity were expressed simultaneously might have been suitable for the earliest modern humans who colonized Europe about 40000 years ago—and who probably lived in small close-knit groups especially as Ice Age glaciers spread across Europe and forced them to cluster together in warmer refugia she said In contrast the Gnnersdorf style arose near the end of the last Ice Age about 16000 years ago when the glaciers were retreating and human populations grew and expanded including into northern Europe The new abstract style of female figurine was much more standardized with little individual variation and could be made by nearly anyone as opposed to the great artistic skill it took to make a Willendorf statuette Gaudzinski-Windheuser told the meeting These later depictions which were unlikely to represent individual women were used for communication of commonly held ideas of "femaleness" across far-flung social networks in Europe which still needed to keep in touch to survive In this way she concluded the images helped to solidify a "communal identity" among widely dispersed human populations Some researchers at the meeting while cautioning that such interpretations are necessarily speculative say that the pair’s thesis has merit "I rate it highly" says Clive Gamble an archaeologist at the University of Southampton in the United Kingdom The figurines helped cement the social networks of expanding populations "whose insurance policy was having friends and relations over as big an area as possible" The change in styles from voluptuous to schematic females Gamble adds shows that "it’s not over" even after "the fat lady sings" Paul Pettitt an archaeologist at the Durham University in the United Kingdom agrees "Sabine and Olaf remind us" that prehistoric art could have "dramatically different" functions as conditions changed for human societies he says But Randall White an archaeologist at New York University in New York City says that he is "not a fan" of the hypothesis arguing that it oversimplifies the dichotomy between the two styles of female depictions which he thinks were not as clear-cut as the MONREPOS archaeologists claim The Delhi Police on Tuesday filed a chargesheet against four people for allegedly misbehaving and stalking Union minister Smriti Irani in 2017? the liberal-leaning late night host. 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American multinational financial giant Goldman Sachs Group Inc. appears to share an English name with Goldman Sachs (Shenzhen) Financial Leasing Co. a financial services company based in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen The company also uses the same Chinese moniker (Gao Sheng) as the American one and even has a similar font for its logo according to Bloomberg A spokeswoman for the American Goldman Sachs Connie Ling told Bloomberg that there is no connection between the two companies A secretary at the Shenzhen company told Bloomberg that no one had ever inquired with her about the similarities Name-poaching isn’t the only controversy the company has encountered it has also been accused of dabbling in money-laundering The company first came to light when a US casino workers’ union sent a letter to the Chinese government complaining that the Shenzhen company was linked to the notorious gaming figure Cheung Chi-tai Chinese prosecutors allege that Cheung in turn has links to organized crime and he is awaiting trial Bloomberg says [Bloomberg] Contact us at [email protected] steady lineup of high-profile politicians is on deck to take the stage at the Republican National Convention Wednesday the night after Donald Trump became the official Republican nominee The lineup includes Trump’s running mate a could-have-been running mate and three former rivals Here’s a look at the major politicians on the schedule Wednesday Vice presidential nominee Mike Pence The Indiana Governor was chosen to reassure the Republican base with his socially conservative credentials but he’ll likely spend more of his time talking about Trump His speech will be a preview of some of the themes that Trump will hit Thursday night and through November The speech will also be Pence’s chance to introduce himself to Americans Nearly half of respondents in a recent poll said that they did not know enough to have an opinion on him Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich The former Speaker has been out of office since the late 1990s but he’s been a regular presence on cable news networks since then Gingrich ran unsuccessfully for the Republican presidential nomination in 2012 then made his way to the final round of the vice presidential shortlist Gingrich will be joined by his wife Callista Wisconsin Gov Scott Walker The second-term Governor beat back a recall attempt which helped build his national profile and seemed like a rising star heading into 2016 but he was an early casualty of the crowded Republican primary Walker then backed Texas Sen Ted Cruz over Trump and helped lift the Texan to a victory in Wisconsin Walker’s tweeted endorsement of Trump later on was tepid though he praised the selection of Pence Scenes from the Republican National Convention Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence stand with their families at the end of the Republican National Convention on July 21 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Attendees celebrate as the Republican National Convention comes to a close on July 21 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Duck Dynasty reality TV star Phil Robertson on the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Thursday July 21 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Thursday July 21 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Thursday July 21 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Donald Trump kisses running mate Indiana Gov Mike Pence at the Republican National Convention on July 20 2016 in Cleveland Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Donald Trump with his children Eric and Ivanka Trump at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 20 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME A man poses at Instagram’s "Mini Oval" office at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Donald Trump supporter Rachel Day from Akron stands outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Troopers monitor protests outside the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME Mounted police from Fort Worth Texas monitor the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday July 20 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Attendees hold signs at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME New Jersey Gov Chris Christie attends the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME A man attends the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Attendees hold signs at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME A Texas delegate tallies up the votes for the Donald Trump’s nomination at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME Donald Trump speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Delegates cheer at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Comedian Eric Andre is escorted from the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Boxing promoter Don King attends the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME Donald Trump Jr speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Tiffany Trump speaks at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 19 2016 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME A screen displays the state flag of Mississippi the only state that includes the Confederate battle emblem in its official state flag at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Christopher Morris—VII for TIME Scenes from the floor at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Landon Nordeman for TIME Buttons are displayed for sale outside the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Landon Nordeman for TIME A pair of men interact with protesters in the Cleveland Public Square at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Tuesday July 19 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME Trevor Leis of Lime supports open carry at the Cleveland Public Square amidst various protests at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 19 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME A police officer stands on a protective crowd control line in the Cleveland Public Square at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on July 19 2016 Benjamin Lowy for TIME Delegates pose for a group photo at the Republican National Convention on Monday July 18 2016 in Cleveland Landon Nordeman for TIME A man dons a "Make America Great Again" hat at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland Benjamin Lowy for TIME Melania Trump kisses her husband Donald Trump in front of an ecstatic crowd on July 18 2016 Ben Lowy for TIME Scenes from the floor of the 2016 Republican National Convention on Monday July 18 2016 in Cleveland Landon Nordeman for TIME Donald Trump appears on stage at the 2016 Republican National Convention on Monday July 18 2016 in Cleveland Landon Nordeman for TIME 1 of 36 Advertisement Florida Sen Marco Rubio Another former rising star the first-term Senator was one of the last Republican presidential candidates to drop after Trump beat him in his own home state Rubio had long insisted that he would not run for re-election to the Senate but he recently changed his mind He has opted to stay away from the convention however and will appear only on video Texas Sen Ted Cruz Trump’s last major rival the first-term Senator has yet to endorse Trump making his speech tonight something of a wild card If Trump loses Cruz would likely mount a second campaign for the White House in 2020 Write to Lissandra Villa at [email protected]: President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said Russia would allow athletes to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics under a neutral flag after the country was banned from the Games over a state-orchestrated doping programme File image of Russian President Vladimir Putin AP There had been speculation Moscow could boycott the Games entirely after the International Olympic Committee (IOC) on Tuesday barred the country from competition over what its chief Thomas Bach described as Russia’s "unprecedented attack on the integrity of the Olympic Games and sport" Clean Russian athletes would be allowed to compete under an Olympic flag the IOC said "We will certainly not declare any boycott we will not prevent our Olympians from competing if they want to take part in a personal capacity" Putin said after a speech at an automobile plant in Nizhny Novgorod in which he announced he would run for a fourth presidential term next year "The final decision of course must be made by the Olympic team" he said Bach stated that he had "taken note" of Putin’s announcement the IOC president adding: "I hope and I’m confident that the clean Russian athletes will seize this opportunity to participate at the 2018 Winter Games to represent a new generation of clean athletes" For Putin the ban "looks like an absolutely staged and politically motivated decision" He repeated denials that any state sponsored doping programme had existed in Russia "I feel for those guys – I consider many of them friends rather than just acquaintances I really feel for them" he said of the athletes in the Russian team Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov earlier Wednesday cautioned against an "emotional" response to the ban Russian officials are expected to address the ban in a meeting next Tuesday Politicians and athletes earlier reacted with anger and disappointment to the IOC decision The head of Russia’s Olympic Committee Alexander Zhukov told the IOC that punishing clean athletes was "unjust and immoral" Russian media expressed regret at the decision while welcoming the possibility of some athletes participating in South Korea next year albeit under tight restrictions The IOC "chose one of the harshest options it was considering but still not the harshest of all" which would have been a total ban wrote Kommersant business daily "It’s very hard to take accusations and punishments But the fate of our athletes and preserving our place in the Olympic family is more important" wrote the Sport Express daily It slammed the decision as "very harsh and in some ways even humiliating for Russia" citing the life bans on attending the Games for ex-Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko now deputy prime minister "Can’t get by without Russia" the pro-Kremlin Izvestia daily headlined its front page stressing that "Russian Olympic athletes will defend the honour of the Motherland under any banner" Some top sports figures agreed with ice hockey forward Ilya Kovalchuk telling TASS state news agency: "We must go to the Olympics Refusing is surrender" Pole vault star Yelena Isinbayeva told TASS: "Addressing our athletes I want to say that they should absolutely not despair and should continue training for the games" ‘This is sport damn it’ Some politicians vented anger however "This is an absolute outrage" said the last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev quoted by state RIA Novosti news agency "This is sport damn it" he added Nationalist politician Vladimir Zhirinovsky leader of the Liberal Democratic Party condemned the decision as "sporting racism political racism" Chechen strongman Ramzan Kadyrov writing on his Telegram social networking page warned that "not one athlete living in Chechnya will participate under a neutral flag" Olympic gold-medallist gymnast Svetlana Khorkina now a ruling party MP told Sport Express: "What have we come to Crushing our great country Russia No they won’t manage it Russia has an army nuclear weapons and great people" Pro-Kremlin media focused on discrediting Grigory Rodchenkov the whistleblower who gave evidence of a state-controlled doping programme in which he played a central role Rodchenkov has been living in hiding in the United States since lifting the lid on the intricate workings of a state-supported doping scheme at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi "Grigory Rodchenkov is the perfect traitor" wrote tabloid daily Komsomolskaya Pravda It said the IOC’s actions proved that "you can destroy a whole Olympic country on the basis of indirect evidence and a single witness who was under a criminal investigation and has been treated in a psychiatric hospital" Amsterdam: Dick Advocaat is stepping down as Netherlands coach after his team’s two friendly internationals this month he said on Wednesday The 70-year-old took over from Danny Blind in mid-year but in his third spell in charge proved unable to turn around Dutch fortunes as they failed to qualify for next year’s World Cup Netherlands coach Dick Advocaat during training Reuters “These are my last two games after this I’m stopping” he said on Wednesday after arriving in Aberdeen for Thursday’s match against Scotland The Netherlands World Cup runners-up in South Africa in 2010 and third in Brazil in 2014 also play Romania in Bucharest on Tuesday Advocaat was guarded about his future “I haven’t said what I’m going to do therefore clubs do not know that I’m available or not Let’s get these two games out of the way and then we’ll see what comes into my path I’m doing the same as Louis van Gaal and never saying ‘never’” he told Dutch broadcaster NOS INEC, the Unugbrogodo of Ogharefe Oguedion elder brother to our national leader and mentor Chief James Onanefe Ibori. a? a Harvard-educated lawyer, he? had a fiery scene in the new episode in which she appeared nude for the first time in several seasons. 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