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I tuned into a broadcast of a football game this Sunday, seeking escape -- or at least a momentary respite from the overwhelming horror of the massacre of the innocents of Newtown. Predictably, the contest was preceded by a minute of silence to honor the victims, followed by a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner, our national anthem.

Since then the anthem has become an opening staple at sporting events of all kinds. We've all heard it sung countless times -- but how many of us have ever really listened to Scott's words? The anthem is not so much about a battle that has happened, as many suppose -- but instead the many battles yet to come. How many are aware that, far from looking back, Key was questioning the future, challenging us to maintain our freedom and to emulate the bravery of the forces under attack at Fort McHenry?

Key asks us hard, pointed, future-oriented questions: Can we still see "what so proudly we hailed" -- our flag and all it symbolizes? Does it still wave over the land of the free and the home of the brave?

We’re very proud for Primal Carnage: Extinction to be a part of the Humble Care Package Bundle – a new Humble Bundle where 100% goes to charity to support relief funds for recent natural disasters! Over 1.1 million dollars has already been raised for 5 great charities, with 27 great games as part of the bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/care-package

Country United States Australia Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Denmark Spain Finland France United Kingdom Hong Kong Hungary India Italy Japan Korea Mexico Netherlands Norway New Zealand Poland Portugal Russia Sweden Singapore Thailand Taiwan Ukraine South Africa

I tuned into a broadcast of a football game this Sunday, seeking escape -- or at least a momentary respite from the overwhelming horror of the massacre of the innocents of Newtown. Predictably, the contest was preceded by a minute of silence to honor the victims, followed by a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner, our national anthem.

Since then the anthem has become an opening staple at sporting events of all kinds. We've all heard it sung countless times -- but how many of us have ever really listened to Scott's words? The anthem is not so much about a battle that has happened, as many suppose -- but instead the many battles yet to come. How many are aware that, far from looking back, Key was questioning the future, challenging us to maintain our freedom and to emulate the bravery of the forces under attack at Fort McHenry?

Key asks us hard, pointed, future-oriented questions: Can we still see "what so proudly we hailed" -- our flag and all it symbolizes? Does it still wave over the land of the free and the home of the brave?

Playa Zicatela -- the big-wave spot known as the Mexican Pipeline -- was once again the host of the Puerto Escondido Challenge . And the world's heaviest beach break did not disappoint. With an intense south Pacific storm providing 20-to -25-foot waves for many of the Big Wave Tour's best and brightest, big wave surf fans were treated to a bevy of deep tube rides and nightmarish wipeouts. Two of the world's greatest watermen -- Jamie Mitchell (competing with a fractured sternum) and Kai Lenny -- dominated the six-man Final, with Lenny taking a dramatic last-minute victory on the back of a draining righthand barrel. Here's just a slice of what went down on a wild day in Puerto.

Carnage ( Cletus Kasady ) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . The character first appeared as Kasady in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 (March 1991) and as Carnage in The Amazing Spider-Man #360. [2] Carnage was created by writer David Michelinie and artists Erik Larsen and Mark Bagley . The character belongs to a race of amorphous extraterrestrial parasites known as the Symbiotes . He is usually depicted as an adversary to Spider-Man , as well serving as an enemy to Venom .

Kasady was introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 and first appears as Carnage in issue #361. [7] He is the main villain in the 1993 " Maximum Carnage " crossover, a 14-part storyline crossover that spanned through all the Spider-Man titles. In 1996, two one-shot comics centered entirely around Carnage were released, entitled Carnage: Mind Bomb and Carnage: It's A Wonderful Life , both of which expand on his character.

In 2015, it was announced that Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins would be launching a new Carnage series, starting in November 2015, as part of Marvel's post- Secret Wars relaunch. [11]

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We’re very proud for Primal Carnage: Extinction to be a part of the Humble Care Package Bundle – a new Humble Bundle where 100% goes to charity to support relief funds for recent natural disasters! Over 1.1 million dollars has already been raised for 5 great charities, with 27 great games as part of the bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/care-package

Country United States Australia Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Denmark Spain Finland France United Kingdom Hong Kong Hungary India Italy Japan Korea Mexico Netherlands Norway New Zealand Poland Portugal Russia Sweden Singapore Thailand Taiwan Ukraine South Africa

I tuned into a broadcast of a football game this Sunday, seeking escape -- or at least a momentary respite from the overwhelming horror of the massacre of the innocents of Newtown. Predictably, the contest was preceded by a minute of silence to honor the victims, followed by a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner, our national anthem.

Since then the anthem has become an opening staple at sporting events of all kinds. We've all heard it sung countless times -- but how many of us have ever really listened to Scott's words? The anthem is not so much about a battle that has happened, as many suppose -- but instead the many battles yet to come. How many are aware that, far from looking back, Key was questioning the future, challenging us to maintain our freedom and to emulate the bravery of the forces under attack at Fort McHenry?

Key asks us hard, pointed, future-oriented questions: Can we still see "what so proudly we hailed" -- our flag and all it symbolizes? Does it still wave over the land of the free and the home of the brave?

Playa Zicatela -- the big-wave spot known as the Mexican Pipeline -- was once again the host of the Puerto Escondido Challenge . And the world's heaviest beach break did not disappoint. With an intense south Pacific storm providing 20-to -25-foot waves for many of the Big Wave Tour's best and brightest, big wave surf fans were treated to a bevy of deep tube rides and nightmarish wipeouts. Two of the world's greatest watermen -- Jamie Mitchell (competing with a fractured sternum) and Kai Lenny -- dominated the six-man Final, with Lenny taking a dramatic last-minute victory on the back of a draining righthand barrel. Here's just a slice of what went down on a wild day in Puerto.

We’re very proud for Primal Carnage: Extinction to be a part of the Humble Care Package Bundle – a new Humble Bundle where 100% goes to charity to support relief funds for recent natural disasters! Over 1.1 million dollars has already been raised for 5 great charities, with 27 great games as part of the bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/care-package

Country United States Australia Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Denmark Spain Finland France United Kingdom Hong Kong Hungary India Italy Japan Korea Mexico Netherlands Norway New Zealand Poland Portugal Russia Sweden Singapore Thailand Taiwan Ukraine South Africa

We’re very proud for Primal Carnage: Extinction to be a part of the Humble Care Package Bundle – a new Humble Bundle where 100% goes to charity to support relief funds for recent natural disasters! Over 1.1 million dollars has already been raised for 5 great charities, with 27 great games as part of the bundle. https://www.humblebundle.com/care-package

Country United States Australia Brazil Canada China Czech Republic Denmark Spain Finland France United Kingdom Hong Kong Hungary India Italy Japan Korea Mexico Netherlands Norway New Zealand Poland Portugal Russia Sweden Singapore Thailand Taiwan Ukraine South Africa

I tuned into a broadcast of a football game this Sunday, seeking escape -- or at least a momentary respite from the overwhelming horror of the massacre of the innocents of Newtown. Predictably, the contest was preceded by a minute of silence to honor the victims, followed by a rendition of the Star-Spangled Banner, our national anthem.

Since then the anthem has become an opening staple at sporting events of all kinds. We've all heard it sung countless times -- but how many of us have ever really listened to Scott's words? The anthem is not so much about a battle that has happened, as many suppose -- but instead the many battles yet to come. How many are aware that, far from looking back, Key was questioning the future, challenging us to maintain our freedom and to emulate the bravery of the forces under attack at Fort McHenry?

Key asks us hard, pointed, future-oriented questions: Can we still see "what so proudly we hailed" -- our flag and all it symbolizes? Does it still wave over the land of the free and the home of the brave?

Playa Zicatela -- the big-wave spot known as the Mexican Pipeline -- was once again the host of the Puerto Escondido Challenge . And the world's heaviest beach break did not disappoint. With an intense south Pacific storm providing 20-to -25-foot waves for many of the Big Wave Tour's best and brightest, big wave surf fans were treated to a bevy of deep tube rides and nightmarish wipeouts. Two of the world's greatest watermen -- Jamie Mitchell (competing with a fractured sternum) and Kai Lenny -- dominated the six-man Final, with Lenny taking a dramatic last-minute victory on the back of a draining righthand barrel. Here's just a slice of what went down on a wild day in Puerto.

Carnage ( Cletus Kasady ) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics . The character first appeared as Kasady in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 (March 1991) and as Carnage in The Amazing Spider-Man #360. [2] Carnage was created by writer David Michelinie and artists Erik Larsen and Mark Bagley . The character belongs to a race of amorphous extraterrestrial parasites known as the Symbiotes . He is usually depicted as an adversary to Spider-Man , as well serving as an enemy to Venom .

Kasady was introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man #344 and first appears as Carnage in issue #361. [7] He is the main villain in the 1993 " Maximum Carnage " crossover, a 14-part storyline crossover that spanned through all the Spider-Man titles. In 1996, two one-shot comics centered entirely around Carnage were released, entitled Carnage: Mind Bomb and Carnage: It's A Wonderful Life , both of which expand on his character.

In 2015, it was announced that Gerry Conway and Mike Perkins would be launching a new Carnage series, starting in November 2015, as part of Marvel's post- Secret Wars relaunch. [11]




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