Archive for September, 2009

September 29, 2009

0-4 and traveling to face UNCP

After being idle last week, the Webber International University Warriors go back on the road to face the University of North Carolina at Pembroke Braves who are 4-1 on the season. Currently the braves are the series leaders against the warriors 2-0 as the last match up proved to be a highlighted game for runningback Brandon McLaurin who had 190 yards rushing and quarterback Corey Smith went 8-of-16 passing as the Braves gathered up nearly 400 total yards offense during the last meeting.

This should be a whole different ball game as the Webber Warriors are in need of a win for the season. This should be a big game as the warriors branch out of their division to face thier NCAA Division II rivals at home for their last home game of the season.

September 29, 2009

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Employment History

Education History
Completion Date Issuing Institution Qualification Course of Study
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September 28, 2009

Who are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Where is the current coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers bearing the name of Raheem Morris? Is he aware that the football season is under way and his guidance is needed in the effect of positioning an NFL team into winning and achieving the dream of championship status?

Currently the bucs have gone from being a potential despite starting the season with two losses. There seemed to be a small problem that needed to be adjusted amongst the offense which seemed like adding a consistent rushing attack to tire the defense. With these came the question of which running back to use as the recent signing of Derrick Ward added to the depth of the rushing game for the bucs but has yet to achieve what had been expected of him as Carnell Williams came back from a torn knee ligament and expressed in an instance that he needed employment the NFL with the bucs. The game against the giants Sunday proved the fact that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are still in need of a stern captain to lead them.

I’m not sure how many people watched what could have been called an exclusive match-up between the fifth and sixth ranked passing offenses in the NFL but what was actually expressed was that Tampa, the lesser of the two is still just that as the display of Leftwich’ passing production was left in the locker room some how. Bryon Leftwich who had an average of 260 yards a game was held to only 22 yards passing with 7 catches of 16 attempts and 1 interception. Wow! That was a major turn around that had been made with the anticipation of the match-up against the giants, but how? Where had the offense that had 450 yards average total offense within two games gone so quick?

It’s one thing to have an offense that can pass as efficient as the bucs have been but it’s another to have an offense that can’t produce with the rushing schematics portion of an offense as the team total is at 259 total rushing yards after 3 games. What has become of this team? Everything about the team has been re-arranged as the bucs can’t even produce any more pro bowlers, what is going on with this team?

One thing that must be considered of this franchise is the fact of the matter is that this is a professional organization and so far the only expression of professionalism is losing quietly three games in a row to open the season. Way to go Bucs!

September 27, 2009

Bucs can’t buy a win

Once again for the third week in a row the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can’t seem to come up with the chemistry to produce a win in the win column. What a way to start the season 0-3 under the leadership of new head coach Raheem Morris.

Before meeting the New York Giants, one could say that the Buccaneers were in need of a more structured offensive unit, however, now that the Bucs have met the NFL power-ranked team it has now been concluded that the Buccaneers are in need of a new team theory in all.

Going into the match-up against the Giants, the Bucs already had the worst defense in the league with an average of 450 yards a game allowed. How?

It seems that Coach Morris can’t seem to hold the once predominate Buccaneers defense that, a predominate defense. There use to be a time were the mention of the Buccaneers defense had teams searching for new tactics to run against the hungry defensive unit. It might be time for the Bucs to invest in some free agent experience to give the defense that veteran knowledge and experience. Damn it would have been nice to keep Derrick Brooks. Having him seemed to give the Bucs defense that level of confidence that is needed to stop some of the best offenses and keep the game scoring scenario a close comparison.

So far the only bit of entertainment that has come from the Tampa defense is play after play of sloppy un productive visual displays. Just as the offense has been pulled together and started making moves through-out the NFL it should be fair to consider the same from the defense. Yes there once was a time in which the Tampa offense could not gain over 350 yards total offense, however, once again going into the game against the Giants an average of 450 yards had been displayed out of the offensive unit. Not the case during the game against the Giants.

What gives? Seems that what is needed now is to consider the losses against the assumption of next season already. Going into the forth game of the season the Bucs are in need of some future enlightenment.

September 25, 2009

Facing Giant opposition

This Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face the NFL top rated New York Giants at Raymond James Stadium 1pm on fox networks.

Although most are viewing the game as a spiteful on as the former Giant running back Ward will face the 9th ranked NFC defensive unit lead by the precision tackling of Safety Michael Johnson. The Giants have proved that they might just be the team to beat amongst the NFC this year with the defeat of the Cowboys 33-31 last week.

Despite struggling defensively the Bucs have proven that they can produce offensively, just not in a scoring aspect. This will be a match-up of the 5th and 6th best passing units in that of the Giants and the Bucs match-up this Sunday. Leftwich is proving that he could improve as well as influence the concept of a passing quarterback in Tampa. So far on average the Bucs are producing 286 yards passing and could come up with more if they can figure a way to come up with some sort of rushing potential to core the production of the offense.

September 24, 2009

If you like your health care plan, you will be able to keep it

The consideration for a reformed health care policy continues as Florida welcomes an advanced medicare policy in that of the current Medicare Advantage. At a time were americans are fighting to obtain the simplest of health care incentives, Medicare Advantage offers more in the range of health care insurance, such as dental and vision care. As the bill is mentioned, so is a lenghty consideration of increased premiums directed towards those that are of age 55+. Conditions that has raised an awareness in the fact that on average, a 14 percent increase is higher than what the government would spend for the same people in traditional Medicare.

Wednesday, members of the Finance Committee slogged though a mammoth health care overhaul bill in which, to help offset the cost of covering the uninsured, the Senate and House bills would squeeze roughly $400 billion to $500 billion out of the projected growth in Medicare over 10 years.

Currently, proposals have been drawn to cut special Medicare payments to hospitals serving large numbers of low-income people, on the assumption that more patients will have insurance.

September 24, 2009

A much needed Bye week

There is no football games scheduled for the Webber International University Warriors as they have a bye week this week. A much needed bye week this week as the warriors are 0-4 and off to a collegiate football start that will only end in disaster due to there ten game schedule. There is only six games left in the schedule for the warriors this season, which hopefully during the bye week the warriors will focus on placing a winner in their column.

From a fan perspective, it seems that the warriors are in need of that type of focusing that only a fully motivated bye week could bring to ease the level of stress that is in the hands of it players and staff alike.

Coming off a long two game road trip only to come off the bye week to go back on the road does not really offer the time expected to revamp the offense that seems to have had some trouble adjusting to the demanding offensive scheming that Webber uses as a play calling routine. One might say that it is similar to the NFL wildcat offense that is being used by numerous NFL teams this season. Having three rookie quarterbacks that can step up and produce under the conclusion of the play-calling tactics says much for the team the defensively is struggling even with the defensive expertise in Coach Scott, an ex defensive coordinator.

There much to discuss on the field and off the field for the warriors of Webber International University.

September 22, 2009 Quotes of the Day

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September 22, 2009

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September 22, 2009

Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act

The following is an introduction of a bill that has been introduced to the California legislation to progressively innovate marijuana into the state income for the purpose of taxation.

Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act.

An act to add Section 22394.1 to, and to add Chapter 14.5
(commencing with Section 25400) to Division 9 of, the Business and
Professions Code, to amend Section 68152 of the Government Code, to
amend Sections 11014.5, 11054, 11357, 11364.5, 11370, 11470, 11479,
11488, 11532, 11703, and 11705 of, to add Division 10.3 (commencing
with Section 11720) to, and to repeal Sections 11358, 11359, 11360,
11361, and 11485 of, the Health and Safety Code, to add Part 14.6
(commencing with Section 34001) to Division 2 of the Revenue and
Taxation Code, to amend Sections 23222 and 40000.15 of the Vehicle
Code, and to amend Section 18901.3 of the Welfare and Institutions
Code, relating to marijuana.

The Marijuana Control, Regulation, and Education Act has been introduced by Tom Ammino, a member of Calfornias 13th district of the state Assembly, in the efforts to gain a revenue of some sort from allowint the aspects of his hand written bill to give the response of a state in which marijuana carries the same limitions of sales as alcohol and tobacco.

As efforts to decriminalize marijuana from carring the same aspect of that of a drug that promtes violent or criminal behavior. In this cause it is not the euphoric state and the behavior while impaired rather than that of the commonness and that direct characterization brought forth by having a common nature that has legislators, lobbist, and average citizens expressing the fact that marijuana is as average and common as tobacco and alcohol under modern day concept of the law and the limitations of adaptation of laws.

To describe marijuana/cannibus on a federal substance, federal law, classifies marijuana as a Schedule I drug, implying that it has a high potential for abuse making it illegal to posses. Thus it prohibiting the possession, usage, purchase, sale, and/or cultivation of marijuana.

It seems as the commonness of marijuana becomes aparent some states and local governments have established laws attempting to decriminalize cannabis. Although it must be known that the decrimanalization approach is only to aid the progression of medical marijuana as an basis of understanding. In 1974 Dr Robert DuPoint, the White House drug czar, began to publicly support decriminalization of cannabis, altough he later changed his mind due to the fact of time spent with prisoners that were herion addicts changed his mind upon his notice that drug addictions are public health problems. During his employment as drug czar the understanding of the euphoric states that drug carry were still being tested and prossessed, so for him to consider the commonness marijuana has in relation to any addictive theory and bringing one to become aggressive and illrational in behavior does expect health threats as a response, a response that should bring forth adaptive signs as any addictive drug has. Although several U.S.-based advocate groups seek to modify the drug policy of the United States to decriminalize cannabis.