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I had always wanted to make a hoverboard of my own and the retail ones were too expensive, too heavy for cosplay and from some reviews disappointing compared to the movie version. This is my intro into making your own hoverboard without spending over $50 (if you have the basic tools). One for paper/wood and one for heavy objects.
“You know what? This is the place to do this,” Wilbon said when prompted by Kornheiser to talk about the issue. “Suppose, given that there’s no perfect place out there, that in Philadelphia he’d turn Ben Simmons into a voyeur if LeBron goes there, he’s not going to go to Houston and suppose the Lakers are not exactly [thinking] they can challenge Golden State in the next two years, he’d be wasting some time there. So suppose we strike out those teams.
For years, the debate over college athletics has centered on whether or not athletes should be paid. The fight at the University of Missouri reveals that the football team even at a less lucrative school can exert significant political power. Which should make the administrations at those more lucrative schools awfully nervous..
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileNova Scotians would pay an extra nickel for a cup of coffee or tea if the disposable cup it came in was recyclable, according to a new poll by CBC Corporate Research Associates Inc.A survey of 400 adults conducted between Feb. 11 and Feb. 24 suggests that 80 per cent completely, or mostly, supported the proposition of paying five cents more for recyclable cups.A policy adviser with the provincial Environment Department said banning disposable cups in Nova Scotia is one of many ideas the province is considering, but there’s still no word when there might be a decision.Read more:Recyclable products: Are you will to pay more for green products? Take our poll.Do you support paying extra for environmentally friendly products?opinion(This poll is not scientific.