LOUIS TOMLINSON – Miss You lyrics

We’re dancing on tables
Till I’m off my face
With all of my people
And it couldn’t get better they say
We’re singing till last call
And it’s all out of tune
Should be laughing, but there’s something wrong
And it hits you when the lights go on
Shit, maybe I miss you
Now I’m asking my friends if I should say “I’m sorry”
They say “Lad, give it time, there’s no need to worry”
I can’t even be near the phone now
I can’t even be with you alone now
Oh how, sh*t changes
We were in love
Now, we’re strangers
When I feel it coming up I just throw that sh*t away
Get another two shots and it doesn’t matter anyway
We’re dancing on tables
Till I’m off my face
With all of my people
And it couldn’t get better they say
We’re singing till last call
And it’s all out of tune
Should be laughing, but there’s something wrong
And it hits you when the lights go on
We’re dancing on tables
Till I’m off my face
With all of my people
And it couldn’t get better they say
We’re singing till last call
And it’s all out of tune
Should be laughing, but there’s something wrong
And it hits you when the lights go on
Shit, maybe I’ll miss you All the smiles that I’m faking
“Everything is great
Everything is f*cking great”
Going out every weekend
Staring at the stars or the ceiling
Hollywood friends, got to see them
Such a good time
I believe it this time
Tuesday night
Glazed over eyes
Just one more pint or five
Does it even matter anyway? Is it my imagination? Is it something that I’m taking? We’re dancing on tables
Till I’m off my face
With all of my people
And it couldn’t get better they say
We’re singing ‘till last call
And it’s all out of tune
Should be laughing, but there’s something wrong
And it hits you when the lights go on
Shit, maybe I miss you
Just like that and I’m sober
I’m asking myself, “Is it over?”
Maybe I was lying when I told you
“Everything is great
Everything is f*cking great”
And all of these thoughts and the feeling
Doesn’t matter if you don’t need them
I’ve been checking my phone all evening
Such a good time
I believe it this time
Tuesday night
Glazed over eyes
Just one more pint or five
Does it even matter anyway?

Vybz Kartel Drop Comedic “Poco Man Skank” Video

Hanna famously called for Vybz Kartel music to be banned from the airwaves given the fact that he is a convicted felon. Watch the video for “Poco Man Skank” below. The single sparked some controversies earlier this year when some fans started branding it as a diss towards beauty queen turn politician Lisa Hanna. The dancehall deejay is currently in prison serving a life sentence, but that has not slowed down his supply of new music. Vybz Kartel drop a comedic video for his single “Poco Man Skank.”
The track was released in April on the Money Mix Riddim, produced by Good Good Productions. Vybz Kartel has been having a busy fall season with a ton of new music and videos to appease his fans for the holiday season. The cut was directed by Genesis Films and BlingBlang and features some cameos from a few well known local actors including one half of the Ity and Fancy Cat duo.

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Damn.’ Tops Rolling Stone Best Albums Of 2017

There are very little folks who would disagree that Kendrick Lamar drops one of the best, if not the best, albums this year, DAMN. So it should come as no surprise that Rolling Stone named the project the best album of the year. Kendrick Lamar is soaring high on Rolling Stone list of 50 Best Albums of 2017. SZA’s Ctrl came in at number twenty, while Drake’s More Life came in at number 27 just one place higher than Vince Staples’ Big Fish Theory. It went on to top the chart for four non-consecutive weeks and has since sold over 800,000 traditional album units and over 2 million album-equivalent units. With the release of DAMN, Kendrick Lamar cemented his place as one of the top five rappers of this generation, a topic that is a constant debate in hip hop culture. The album DAMN. JAY-Z’s critically acclaimed new album 4:44 ranked number twelve and some of the rap legend’s fans are not too happy about that and think the project should at least be top five this year. The LP sold 603,000 album-equivalent units in its first week to open at the top of the Billboard 200 chart in April of this year. The project is also one to watch for the upcoming Grammy Awards. has already picked up an American Music Award for Favorite Album Rap/Hip-Hop Album and a BET Hip Hop Award for Album of the Year. “Hov’s 4:44 is easily top five albums this year, no way some of these pop artists drop a better project that Hov please revise this list,” one fan wrote. Further down on Rolling Stone’s list of 50 Best Albums of 2017, Migos album Culture ranked number nine following an impressive run this year as trap music begins to gain more traction in the mainstream. Chronixx is the only reggae artist to make the list with his Chronology album ranking 48.

Rooster learning to walk again thanks to Australian-made therapy chair

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“The change in behaviour was immediate — his eyes brightened up and he was able to be himself again,” Ms Smith told the ABC.The chair came all the way from the Melbourne suburb of Murrumbeena, where a one-woman operation has been busy trying to meet a huge demand for poultry-specific wheelchairs.”It’s just me in the garage and in the spare bedroom doing all the sewing,” Miranda Boulton said.”It’s not profitable, it’s a labour of love.”Ms Smith posted about Roo’s progress on her Facebook page Funky Chicken, where she gives 2,200 followers regular updates on the other chickens at her home.It was one of these followers who found out about the order from Chicken Therapy Chairs, and got in touch with Ms Boulton to make an anonymous donation and fast-track the delivery.”I’d really like to thank them, it really made my day,” Ms Smith said.”I think they did it as a random act of kindness out of the goodness of their heart.”Chickens ‘part of the family’Ms Boulton, who also works as a childcare director, first made one of the small wheelchairs for a rescue chicken that needed rehabilitation at the start of year, and has made more than 100 since then.Most of the demand for her chairs comes from the United States, but she has also made them for people in New Zealand, Denmark, Germany, Canada and the United Kingdom. An injured rooster in the United States is learning to walk again with the help of a Melbourne-made wheelchair and a kind anonymous donor.Darcy Smith, a retired police officer in Northern California who adopts rescue animals, ordered the wheelchair for her rooster Roo after it suffered a head injury and could not walk or stand.The rooster took to the custom-made chicken wheelchair from Australia “straight away” and Ms Smith hopes Roo will be able to walk on its own again soon. (Facebook: Chicken Therapy Chairs)
“You might see wheelchairs for dogs and cats, so there’s a lot for our four-legged friends but nothing out there for chickens — I guess there was a gap in the market,” she said.”There are so many chicken enthusiasts in America … especially in the north a lot of people have to bring their chickens indoors in winter, so they’re really part of the family.”Ms Smith’s family in Northern California has also rescued cats, dogs, horses and other animals — as well as more than 30 chickens — and to her the feathered pets are no less loved than the four-legged ones.”We’re just a regular family who really loves animals,” she said.”Roo is not just a rooster or chicken — Roo is our pet like a dog or cat would be, and we love him very much.”That’s why we’re trying to get him healthy again.” Photo:
Miranda Boulton says since starting Chicken Therapy Chairs there has been a huge demand.
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Students bond with aged care residents by writing down their memoirs

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So, this has opened me up quite a bit, and I’ve remembered things — not that I had forgotten — but they had been tucked away.”

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Clinton Nitschke says he learnt a lot about life after working with Kathie Beasley. I think it makes you feel younger,” she said.”I just like meeting people now. At 102 years old, Florence Wheeler never expected to share her life story with a 16-year-old stranger, but it turned out to be an experience they will both cherish.As part of a program run by Allity Aged Care at her nursing home in Walkerville in Adelaide’s inner south-east, Mrs Wheeler sat down with year 10 student Nathan McCarthy once a week for 10 weeks to co-write her memoirs.”I thought probably I would just fade away. I really did. (Website: Rostrevor College)
Mrs Beasley said sharing her stories with 15-year-old Clinton Nitschke had been an eye-opening experience and helped her to come out of her shell.”I think anyone, if they get the opportunity to do it, just do it. I never thought anything like this would happen, to be with people who come and want to know things about you,” Mrs Wheeler said.In partnership with Rostrevor College, the program paired nine year 10 students with residents to document their life’s ups and downs as part of their English curriculum studies.Nathan said he was nervous heading into his first meeting with Mrs Wheeler but once they started talking, their friendship bloomed.”It was really surprising just hearing what she did [is] different to what I do, how she lived compared to how I live,” he said.”It was an unexpected relationship that formed, but we formed it well and we’ve grown a strong bond.”Mrs Wheeler said she thoroughly enjoyed their weekly meetings.”I like Nathan. It’s a help. I think he’s a nice chap,” she said.”I’m quite enjoying just talking about the past, especially Eden Hills days.”They were the days I really remembered. When I was a young girl, I won the Hills championship in tennis. Before I used to hide behind the curtain.”Reflecting on the time he spent getting know Mrs Beasley, Clinton said after the first meeting it was just like catching up with a friend each week.”I saw no gap between us because we made that strong connection to each other and all those similarities, and I found a great friend in her and that’s why this experience has been so amazing,” he said.Program to be rolled out in other statesAt the end of the 10 weeks, the students read an exerpt from the memoirs to each resident and presented them with a book in front of a crowd of family and friends.After giving his presentation, Nathan hugged Mrs Wheeler.”This program has taught me a lot about my life and how I should live it,” he told the crowd.”She is a remarkable woman and I am privileged to have gotten to know her.”The program has been such a success Allity has decided to roll it out to all of its aged care homes in South Australia, Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales and get more schools on board.”For residents, maintaining the community connection leads to a better frame of mind and to better health,” Allity communications director Janet Leung said.”For the students, they learned an appreciation for a world that is wider than their own, and real friendships have been made.” It’s an eye-opener. I beat a girl up there who was ranked fairly high in the state, and I beat her in the final and I was very pleased with that.”Memoir exercise ‘makes you feel younger’Fellow resident Kathie Beasley said she was apprehensive about participating in the program at first.”It’s been a learning curve at 93,” she said.”Over the years, I’ve got to learn to live with myself, in myself, and it’s just been me.
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Nathan and Florence Wheeler said they thoroughly enjoyed their weekly meetings. (Website: Rostrevor College)
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Two-team town divided — and united — by country footy

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For many Australian country towns, traditional rivalry between the football and netball clubs forms the beating heart of the community.But in Corryong in north-east Victoria, local rivalry has taken on a whole new meaning.A short drive from the Murray River, Corryong has just two football teams. Photo:
The scoreboard ticks over on matchday as Chris Penman (L) and Ron McCormick take control. She meets communities whose good humour and inventiveness will inspire and uplift. And it certainly carried on for years, probably until the last few years.”

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Corryong Demons coach Evan Nicholas says the biggest threat to local footy is the lack of players each year. (ABC: Marc Eiden)
He said the biggest threat to local footy was the lack of players.With two teams — plus neighbouring Cudgewa FC only 12 kilometres away — drawing players from the same town, every season, is a struggle.Paying players is one solution, but with a town population of approximately 1,200 both clubs have to recruit players in the Riverina from as far as Albury (130km west) in order to stay competitive and ultimately survive.In order to get creative in player recruitment, coaches and local players have had to come up with strategic ways to attract players.”We’ve been using deer shooting as our lure for a while now,” Mr Nicholas said.”This is the area to come and do it. “Most of the rivalry comes because we’re on the same ground. New arrivals to town are either snapped up to play or tasked to pick a side.Mr Sheather started playing footy for Federal when he was 13 and remembers the rivalry reaching fever pitch in the 1970s.”The fights that went on behind the play and that sort of stuff, it was just that era,” Mr Sheather said.”It was pretty mind boggling I suppose. (ABC: Marc Eiden)
For now, both teams are successfully bringing in players to the senior ranks.But Mr Sheather said it was the next generation of local senior players — the under-16s teams — that will be their greatest challenge.Former Federal club president Elise Wilson said over the past few years both sides had learnt to appreciate each other more.”We come out here and we don’t have ‘biffo’ between us, but you know it was in the past,” Ms Wilson said.”Now we sort of work together. And they share the same oval.The two clubrooms — Corryong FNC Demons and the Federal Swans — are separated by a distance of just eight metres.The rivalry has always been there, but there is a sense of togetherness as well as the shared problem of a player shortage within the league as both clubs try to match each other for talent. External Link:

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Working together to become strongerA lifeline for the league came in 2001 when they joined forces with the local netball competition, becoming the Upper Murray Football and Netball League.The addition of netball brought in more young people and families to the six-team competition.Amalgamation of teams and leagues are spoken of in hushed tones around Corryong.”People talk about combining the league and going elsewhere, but it takes away that love that you have, the passion for what we’ve been doing for years, giving each other banter,” Mr Nicholas said.”The football and netball club is a better place to be because you had families going to football in Walwa, Tumbarumba, Bullioh, instead of mum and the girls staying up here at netball, and dad and the boys going off to footy. These people live and die for footy,” Mr Nicholas said. (ABC: Marc Eiden)
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Corryong Demons and Federal Swans have a historic rivalry dating back to the 19th Century. So that made it a lot better.”Footy’s what brings our community together.”

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The town of Corryong has to find players from as far away as Albury, 130km away. Photo:
Federals footballer Daniel Hales takes a hard-earned break from the local community rivalry. We’re right next door to each other so you’ve got to have bragging rights.”When they’re so close we can’t just walk away and forget them.”Competing in the Upper Murray league, the arch-rivals have been fighting for the town bragging rights since the 1890s. So they come up to have a kick, do a bit of hunting, or go to the pub.”Every year the footy’s been getting better because the calibre of the players we’ve been bringing in has been of higher and higher quality.”

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Loyal Corryong Demons fans try to provide the next generation of local players. (ABC: Marc Eiden)
Sharing a common groundFederal club president Craig Sheather believes the close club proximity is at the heart of their feisty relations.”It’s pretty much at the forefront of your life for at least nine months of the year,” Mr Sheather said. It’s always about the win at the end of the day, but then we’re all friends afterwards.”

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Player shortage turns to creative recruitingLoyalty to family does not mean all players with bloodlines are attached to the same club through the decades.In a family twist, the playing-coach at Corryong Demons is Evan Nicholas — a nephew of Mr Sheather.”Everything we do is somehow directed at the footy club and it’s not just us, it’s so many of the other families.
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Video: Two country football clubs in Corryong live side-by-side as rivals for more than a century

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