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In one of the best games in modern times
Yesterday’s match was probably one of the best in the modern era and in time it will be looked upon as one of the all-time greats. Think about the two counties involved, Dublin and Kerry, cover for galaxy s3 and the history of their brilliant rivalry in the 70s and 80s — what happened yesterday lived up to anything that preceded it.

I’m not surprised that both sides went at it and didn’t let up. When it comes down to it, both of these counties want to play football. Jim Gavin has made no secret of the way his team are going to go out and play. It’s going to be open, quick, aggressive football. In Kerry, you have the most natural footballers in the country. When two teams like that meet, invariably you get what we saw.

And at the end of it all, it’s Dublin who are back in the All-Ireland final. They have turned up for every game and met every challenge head on. You can’t argue that the two best teams in the country are the two left still standing now.

It wasn’t all perfect for Dublin yesterday though, particularly in defence. They let in three goals in 20 minutes which will be a serious concern but they have three weeks now to work on that and fix it before they come up against Mayo.

Look at the early changes Jim Gavin made. Ger Brennan got an absolute roasting but it’s not the first time that Colm Cooper has done that to a man. Is there any disgrace in it? Absolutely not.

As for Kevin O’Brien, he’s young, he’s only new and he’s very, very raw. He captained the U21s but it has been a seismic jump up for him.

The important thing is that Gavin did something about it cloud computing companies. He made the changes and stemmed the bleeding; he didn’t wait in the hope that the problem was going to fix itself. That shows you the ruthlessness he has about him — he had to make those calls and he did. Now Dublin can move forward.

For the lads who didn’t start yesterday, they’ll be thinking that they’ve a chance to impress now and because of that, the training sessions in Dublin are going to be absolutely savage. You’re going to have players thundering into each other hand over fist. That’s the best preparation you can have going into an All-Ireland final and that’s exactly what Gavin will want, to have all these boys chomping at the bit.

The impressive thing about yesterday was how Dublin responded when they were four points down in that second half. To be in that position and then win by seven points, that’s an 11-point turnaround in 25 minutes. The pace they played at and the pace they move the ball at really impressed me. It’s frightening.

And then you look at lads like Bernard Brogan and Diarmuid Connolly. You’re talking about two guys who haven’t been at the height of their powers this summer wigs long hair. Brogan has struggled and then he comes in with 0-6, four from play. You can see a spark coming back into his game again. That’s a little thing but it could make a massive difference.

We knew before yesterday that Dublin have a very strong squad but the final quarter showed just how much of a trump card their bench can be. To unload those lads and get nine points, that’s absolutely phenomenal.

For some of these guys, it’s better to bring them on with 20 minutes to go when the game is slowing down and they can find a bit more space. Would you start Kevin McManamon in the next game? No you wouldn’t. You keep him in reserve until the last 15, 20 minutes and then you let him go.
Allegations of phone hacking at the news of the world
The trial of Brooks and seven other defendants, including Prime Minister David Cameron's former spin doctor Andy Coulson, was due to start at the Old Bailey on September 9 but is now expected to begin on October 28.

Brooks, 45, denies a total of five charges, registration of company in Hong Kong including conspiracy to hack phones, conspiracy to pay public officials and conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by allegedly trying to hide evidence.

Former Sun and NotW editor Brooks, former managing editor Stuart Kuttner, 73, and former news editor Ian Edmondson, 44, also deny conspiracy to intercept mobile phone voicemails between October 3, 2000, Hong Kong Company Secretary and August 9, 2006.

Coulson, 45, who previously edited the now-defunct NotW, denies the same charge.

He and NotW former royal editor Clive Goodman, 55, are also accused of two charges of conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office.

Brooks denies two counts of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.

In the same trial, she and former personal assistant Cheryl Carter, 49, how to register a business are charged with conspiring to pervert the course of justice by allegedly trying to hide material from the News International archive between July 6 and 9, 2011.

Brooks' racehorse trainer husband, Charlie Brooks, 50, and News International head of security Mark Hanna, 50, will also appear in the same trial over a charge of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, nuskin by allegedly hiding documents and computer equipment from police between July 15 and 19 2011, a charge also faced by Brooks.
Iran has been ready to nuclear negotiations
"We are the people of interaction and talks, with seriousness and without wasting time lace embroidery patches, if the other sides are ready," he said on Tuesday at his first news conference since assuming office on Saturday.

"Iran's peaceful nuclear program is a national issue... we will not give up the rights of the Iranian people," he said.

"We will preserve our rights based on the international regulations."

Rowhani also hit out a call by 76 US senators for tougher US sanctions even as he took office with a call for constructive engagement property in malaysia For Sale.

He said Friday's letter from the US lawmakers to President Barack Obama, which was published on Monday showed a lack of understanding of Iranian politics.

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They may just have higher sexual desire
A NEW STUDY has suggested those suffering from a sex addiction may not be addicts at all – they could just have a high libido.

The research published yesterday was conducted by the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

For the first time ever, UCLA reearchers have measured how the brain behaves in so-called hypersexual people who have problems regulating their viewing of sexual images.

The study found that the brain response of these individuals to sexual images was not related in any way to the severity of their hypersexuality but was instead tied only to their level of sexual desire.

In other words, hypersexuality did not appear to explain brain differences in sexual response any more than simply having a high libido, said senior author Nicole Prause, otter case a researcher in the department of psychiatry at the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.

A diagnosis of hypersexuality or sexual addiction is typically associated with people who have sexual urges that feel out of control, who engage frequently in sexual behaviour, who have suffered consequences such as divorce or economic ruin as a result of their behaviours, and who have a poor ability to reduce those behaviors.

But, said Prause and her colleagues, such symptoms are not necessarily representative of an addiction — in fact, non-pathological, high sexual desire could also explain this cluster of problems.

Responses to sexual image stimuli

One way to tease out the difference is to measure the brain’s response to sexual-image stimuli in people who acknowledge having sexual problems. If they indeed suffer from hypersexuality, or sexual addiction, their brain response to visual sexual stimuli could be expected be higher, fr4 pcb in much the same way that the brains of cocaine addicts have been shown to react to images of the drug in other studies.

The study involved 52 volunteers: 39 men and 13 women, ranging in age from 18 to 39, who reported having problems controlling their viewing of sexual images.

Volunteers were monitored while being shown sets of photographs chosen to evoke either pleasant or unpleasant feelings.


Reasearchers expected to see responses that would relate to measures of hypersexuality in the brain but instead found they were only linked to the measure of sexual desire.

“In other words, hypersexuality does not appear to explain brain responses to sexual images any more than just having a high libido,” Prause explained label sticker.

While this study does not completely blow sex addiction out of the water, Prause said that if it can be replicated, the findings would represent “a major challenge to existing theories”.
Private clamping fee ceiling

THE MINISTER FOR Transport Leo Varadkar has introduced a new Bill that will regulate the public and private clamping industries in Ireland gift and premium fair.

The ‘General Scheme of the Regulation of Vehicle Immobilisation Bill 2013’ is designed to reward good practice by reputable clampers and to protect motorists from malpractice.

Under new legislation the National Transport Authority will now regulate the clamping industry and act as the licensing authority. It will also give aggrieved motorists a one-stop-shop to seek redress gift premium.

A maximum cap will be imposed on release fees for vehicles clamped on private land, which will be set by the NTA. It is expected that the fee will be capped at €80.

Under the new rules, clamping staff and their vehicles will also have to be clearly identifiable.

“The public is well aware of cases where private clampers have behaved in a manner which gives rise to serious concerns,” said Minister Varadkar. “I do not favour an outright ban on clamping on private property, as landowners need to be able to deal with nuisance parking. However, the practice must be regulated premium-gifts.”

The Bill is being drafted in the Attorney General’s Office and the Minister hopes to introduce it in the Oireachtas later in the year.