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    Ray Lewis is one of the most captivating football players in the history of the NFL, and aside from his achievements in the sport with the Baltimore Ravens, Lewis’ into dance is unforgettable.  Many have tried, but only a very few can compare to Ray Lewis.  Take a look at the video as we anticipate…

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It’s been a tumultuous few months for Katt Williams. After several run-ins with the law, including high-speed chases and violent attacks against a Target employee and a Seattle bar full of people, Williams abruptly announced his retirement from stand-up comedy earlier this week. However, it looks like there may be hope for Williams return to…

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After a string of run-ins with the law and being kicked out of a Seattle hotel with his family, troubled funnyman, Katt Williams, announced his retirement from stand-up comedy to Seattle’s KOMO. Katt Williams appeared emotionally and physically exhausted in the brief interview.

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Given the volatility of the job market over the past few years, job loss and other unexpected career disruptions or changes have become all too common for many Americans, and they can throw off one’s long term plans and goals. When we encounter these types of major life changes, the more immediate need to adapt…

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Look around — it’s not pretty. With joblessness and foreclosures, why waste time with retirement planning? Because you must. For once, let’s be ahead of the trend. We know something is going to happen to Social Security. We just don’t know what or when. But, we do know it won’t be good. Pensions have long…

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Last month, Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame announced that he would soon be hanging up his mic and extinguishing the flame on his rap career. And although many are still unconvinced of Flame’s early departure from the rap game, the rapper recently spoke about his retirement, explaining that he may just stick around, just not…

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Waka Flocka Flame had a run-in with the law this weekend when he was admittedly arrested in Queens, N.Y., on Saturday, July 23, before being released the following day. The Queens, N.Y.- born Atlanta rapper announced his short-term jail stint via Twitter July 24 before heading to a show at the Midland Theater in Kansas…

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