Cynical Observations Guidelines For Celebrations

obama chicago Gone are the days of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher and things were a lot different in 2013. There have been many summarisations of this years US politics from places like New York about the Democratic Party in the United States. Seven years looking back have achieved so much, though there are still plenty of obstacles to overcome. Today stirring Trouble Internationally writer Dan Majestic clears a few things up and includes what has been shared in New York about the critical conclusions in 2013 American politics and Barack Obama. This summary of 2013 is from the eyes of the people, from polls on how they see it in the US Senator without a full term in office under his belt.

This weeks early observations compare Bush Junior all those Democrats and Ronald Reagan to the achievements of Barack Obama. The analogy takes a look at historical matters that happened during the Falklands war , Margaret Thatcher during the Argies conflict and how exocet missiles and a country in Europe raised a few difficulties that needed to be overcome.

The point of this as you will find out is to raise some interesting comparisons about the Middle East Israel, big war,  foreign debt, write-offs and other things that Obama in 2007 to 2013 have helped overcome.  Read the full article its called A Few cynical observations, like: was Obama...

footballers celebratingThe rules are clear for refs to follow along, not everyone get it the players are supposed to abide by the rules, now it is time to introduce new rules on how players celebrate victories between goals, or is it? Lets find out Ben Delicious is in Soho taking a look at the games proceedings as a game unfolds. The article starts of in central London, where Ben broadens the subjects variables by explaining about the English Football Association and what they would like to see from players when they do well, not just how they play but how they should celebrate too. In football what we are used it seeing is very similar to what we see in sport around the world. Obviously there is a lot of excitement clubs having celebrations with players performing jumping and hugging the actual procedures that the board would like to see in conjunction with what the fans like to is something Ben takes a look at today.

If you like football and curious to know how these measures being introduced might increase your experience of watching the match, you wont get a better incite of the topic than what you will read today over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Its actually quite funny too.

There have been all-sorts of talks about footballers who play well but seem to use more energy dancing and celebrating, they get excepted onto the team and work there way up the ranks. If your a player to this is something you want to take a look at. Great news for coaches, players, fans and spectators. You get one example in todays post which really boils down what the problem seems to be and with this information you will get a better understanding of exactly what the Premiership need from the teams and players.

This is group project which will hopefully improve the game, making it even more popular than it already is. FA commissioners look on the bright-side of English football and know all the hoops that players should follow, this according to the guidelines should yield better results and raise consciousness of people watching the game.

These new English FA guidelines however are simply just that, a way of systematically improving how it looks in the stadium, on normal telly and wide screen TV. The hope is that other countries will follow suit. That is not to say to the UK is not influenced by information coming in from around the world, take Siberia for example its very cold there and they have unique ways of celebrating on and off the pitch. We have the offside rule and people have managed to master that easier enough, so knows the time to take another look at the English FA introducing stricter guidelines for all these celebrations. (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)

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