We havent shown anything what we can really do. Starting last Monday, the Cardinals had seven divisional games against Pittsburgh and Milwaukee. They won five of them the only ones they had a chance to win because they were outscored 20-3 in the other two. About a week ago, we were about six games back, All-Star pitcher Adam Wainwright said. We come into the second half with a great sense of momentum knowing that we have not even played close to the best ball we can play and were right there in it. I think were going to be very dangerous in the second half. About a week ago, there were people ready to push the panic button the media, the fan base. We stayed constant in here and were going to do that in the second half, too. The deadline for making trades without waivers is July 31 and Mozeliak said he could characterize the market as slow, regarding his team.
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Boko Haram leader claims blast in Nigeria’s Lagos – AFP – Yahoo News
I ordered (the bomber) who went and detonated it,” Shekau said, according to the French news agency, which is usually the first to get hold of Shekau’s videos before they are distributed online. The two blasts minutes apart last month in the country’s main port, Apapa, were almost certainly caused by bombs, three senior security sources and the manager of a major container company told Reuters. One was most likely the work of a female suicide bomber, they said. Authorities said the blasts on Creek road were an accident caused by a gas canister, but the security sources told Reuters that was a coverup meant to avoid panic in the southwestern city of 21 million people. At least two people were killed. “You said it was a fire incident. Well, if you hide it from people you can’t hide it from Allah,” Shekau says in the video, which according to AFP shows him next to at least 10 gunmen in front of two armoured personnel carriers and two pickup trucks.
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Stalker in the Attic: The Cyberbully Who Spies on 12-Year-Old Girls in Their Home
She ran a search and found four different IP addresses assigned to her network, two from a small town 50 miles away, another on a blacklist of domains known as common sources of spam emails. For an attack she believes began with a pre-teen, it was a cruel reversal to find herself without administrative privileges on her own home network. “I was the child system,” she says, “no longer the parent system.” She drove the girls to a spy shop in Austin to learn how their phones had been bugged, then to the computer shop next door, where a repair man was baffled. At Best Buy, a technician suggested their home network had been hacked and their cellphones cloned that someone copied their SIM cards in order to spy on their texts from another phone. But that only explained some of the trouble. A detective told her nobody could bug an iPhone unless it had been jailbroken, but a friend employed by Apple revealed it is, in fact, a little-known possibility. A Time Warner Cable technician near Marti’s house offered to contact an ex-con friend who knew networks well; the friend suggested some LAN remote access software was at work, but couldn’t be specific.
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