Colts' Frank Reich defends costly fourth-down overtime decision: 'I'll do that 10 times out of 10'

  1. Colts’ Frank Reich defends costly fourth-down overtime decision: ‘I’ll do that 10 times out of 10’  CBSSports.com
  2. The Colts’ way-too-aggressive fourth-down call handed the Texans a win in OT  SB Nation
  3. Colts make horrific call in overtime, hand Texans a win  FanSided
  4. VIDEO: Botched snap leads to Texans defensive TD – Houston Texans  Houston Texans
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Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Barney Frank and OJ Simpson in the 'Who Is America' finale

  1. Sacha Baron Cohen pranks Barney Frank and OJ Simpson in the ‘Who Is America’ finale  Washington Post
  2. Sacha Baron Cohen Tries to Get OJ Simpson to Confess to Nicole Brown Simpson’s Murder  PEOPLE.com
  3. Sacha Baron Cohen character interviews OJ Simpson on ‘Who is America’ and jokes about killing women  Fox News
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New Battle Royale Game Pulled From Sale After A Week As Dev Offers Surprisingly Frank Apology

  1. New Battle Royale Game Pulled From Sale After A Week As Dev Offers Surprisingly Frank Apology  GameSpot
  2. The Culling 2 Removed from Store Shelves, The Culling Going F2P  PlayStation LifeStyle
  3. ‘The Culling 2’ Shiuts Down One Week After Launch, Will Revive Original Instead – Trailer  WorthPlaying.com
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Nancy Sinatra Senior, first wife of singer Frank, has died aged 101

Nancy Sinatra Senior, first wife of singer Frank, has died aged 101Nancy Sinatra Senior, the first wife of singer Frank and mother of his three children, has died aged 101. Her daughter Nancy Junior, famed for her song These Boots Were Made For Walkin’, posted the news to Twitter early on Saturday morning. She wrote: “My mother passed away peacefully tonight at the age of 101. “She was a blessing and the light of my life. Godspeed, Momma. Thank you for everything.” Nancy Sinatra Senior was born as Nancy Barbato on March 25, 1917 and met Frank in 1934 at the New Jersey holiday resort of Long Branch. He was 19, she was 17 and the couple got engaged almost immediately. Over the next few years, they rarely saw each other because of Sinatra’s virtually non-stop work-schedule. Frank admitted, when questioned by Nancy, that he had been involved with another woman, but he insisted there would be no more and the pair got married. However, in September, 1950, Nancy was granted a legal separation because of his mental cruelty. Nancy Junior is the eldest of the three children, followed by singer Frank Junior who died in 2016 and actress Tina.  


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