America, 1955. For a 16-year-old boy out in the world alone for the first time, every day's an education in the hard work and boredom of migrant labor; every day teaches him something more about friendship, or hunger, or profanity, or lust--always lust. He learns how a poker game, or hitching a ride, can turn deadly. He discovers the secret sadness and generosity to be found on a lonely farm in the middle of nowhere. Then he joins up with a carnival and becomes a grunt, running a ride and shilling for the geek show. He's living the hard carny life and beginning to see the world through carny eyes. He's tough. Cynical. By the end of the summer he's pretty sure he knows it all. Until he meets Ruby.
Just SING! is the first ever karaoke game for the Nintendo DS and DSiChoose from a great range of 18 brilliant songs including the most famous artists like Lady Gaga Nelly Furtado Maroon 5 and many moreMultiplayer modes with head-to-head battles or experience ultimate fast moving party fun with Hotseat where up to four players take it in turn to sing part of the same song with everyone's scores recordedUse the DSi's camera to record yourself whilst singing and then see the movie being streamed live on-screen behind your avatar. Record your performance to show off to your friends with WiFiChoose from several styling options to design your avatarCutting edge technology and a special acoustic feature creates high quality karaoke recording and playback on the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSiSong List:Sugababes - UglyNelly Furtado - I'm Like A BirdLady Gaga - Poker FaceAmy Winehouse - ValerieSugababes - Push The Button3 Doors Down - Here Without YouMando Diao - Dance With SomebodyTimbaland Feat. OneRepublic - ApologizeMaroon 5 - This LoveLady Gaga - Just DanceGloria Gaynor - I Will SurviveAmy Winehouse - RehabGloria Gaynor - Never Can Say GoodbyeMaroon 5 - If I Never See Your Face AgainThe Commodores - EasyThe Supremes - You Can't Hurry LoveKool & The Gang - Get Down On It3 Doors Down - When I'm Gone
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Jamie Osborne will take his time before deciding whether to run this weekend’s impressive big Ascot handicap winner, Field of Dream, in the Betfred Mile at Glorious Goodwood on August 3, writes Elliot Slater.
The horse racing tips were quick to cut the son of Oasis Dream from a pre-race 25/1 to a general best offer of just 12/1, after the Richard Hughes-ridden gelding had come from well off the pace to mow down the consistent Edinburgh Knight close home to score by half-a-length in the richly endowed Betfair Summer Double International Handicap Stakes and land the first prize of more than £62,000.
Field of Dream was certainly not winning out of turn, having run a blinder at the Berskhire track in mid-June, when a close fourth to Prince of Johanne in the Royal Hunt Cup at the Royal Ascot fixture, and was not at his best when asked to tackle easier ground at Sandown on his subsequent outing, when seventh to the fast improving Trade Commissioner.
Osborne now has to weigh up the pros and cons of running his charge under a penalty at Goodwood, in a contest that will be no less competitive than the one he landed at Ascot.
Trade Commissioner, (who beat Field of Dream by more than four lengths at Sandown), remains the clear ante-post favourite for the Goodwood event, and is a top-priced 9/2 market leader after giving the strong impression that he is some way ahead of the handicapper, and is more than likely to prove to be a pattern race performer by the end of this season.
Tom Tate’s Prince of Johanne, (who may bid to land the Royal Hunt Cup/Betfred Mile double), is amongst a handful of horses currently priced up at around the 12/1 mark for those readers interested in placing a bet on racing.
Former England captain turned pundit Geoffrey Boycott believes Steven Finn should be recalled to the side for the second Test against South Africa at Headingley next week.
Betfair Michael Vaughan analysis suggests that England will be licking their wounds following a heavy innings defeat at The Oval on Monday, meaning they fall 1-0 down in the three match series.
The result was so convincing that it is hard to pick positives out from the display. After being skittled out for 385 on day two after having been 270-2, England’s bowlers then wilted, as Graeme Smith, Hashim Amla and Jacques Kallis piled on the runs, guiding the Proteas to 637-2 declared.
While it was undoubtedly fantastic batting, it is clear England struggled for ideas on a dry and dusty track, Stuart Broad in particular appearing to struggle, looking like he was bowling within himself.
The most efficient way of taking wickets on such a pitch was raw pace and aggression, something shown by Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn in bucket loads.
The only player in the England squad capable of firing ball down consistently at 90mph is Finn, who has been in fine form for his County Middlesex this season, taking 22 first-class wickets at 20.04.
He was also a key part of England’s ODI attack that beat Australia 4-0, claiming eight wickets at 19.37, before being left out again when it came to the Tests.
England coach Andy Flower is notoriously reluctant to tinker with his side mid-series and even more so after a defeat, choosing instead to give his players the chance to dig themselves out of trouble.
However, former batsmen Boycott is convinced that Finn should be called up, saying: “Finn will be in the squad for Headingley and he deserves to have a run in the side.
“He’s been carrying the drinks for far too long. He’s been playing well for his county and we need to find out if he can play well at Test level.”
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