@9542 It’s not about not liking a band and vocalizing it, it’s about how you vocalize it. It’s okay to say ‘I don’t really like this song’ but saying 'OMG this song is so stupid’ is kind of asking for a fight. Especially if it’s a comment on a video that lots of fans watch. To be brutally honest, it’s rather rude to go on a video you know that fans watch just to say you don’t like the band or a song. But in your defense, people on YouTube are so rude, you can’t even say you like a song without someone bitching at you. Which is why I stopped looking at the YouTube comments section all together. I find that most of them are inconsiderate.
Liam Heath and Jon Schofield claim canoe sprint K2 200m silver
Liam Heath and Jon Schofield produced a late salvo to claim silver in the kayak double 200m final at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Great Britain pair claimed the team’s first canoe sprint medal of the regatta by beating Lithuania to second place, behind race winners Spain.
Heath and Schofield won bronze at London 2012 and the result sees them upgrade that result from four years ago as Team GB’s success on the water continues. The fastest qualifiers for the final initially got off to a slow start and were outside of the medal places at the half-way stage, before a last-minute surge saw them finish on the podium.
“It is so fast and furious you just put your head down and go for it and pop your head up at the end and you just wait for the scoreboard to come up,” Heath, who will also competes in the K1 200m event later in the Games, told BBC Sport. “I could kind of tell that the Spanish were ahead of us but then our race was on the other side of the course compared to the others so I couldn’t guess where we came.
"We gave it a bit of a lunge [at the end]. You see those white blocks and the finish line is about a foot in front of those and you just hit it as hard as you can and sometimes it can be the peak speed of the whole race.”
Schofield added: “It is so satisfying. This guy is absolutely on fire in his K1, he’s been killing me in training day-in, day-out I just didn’t want to let him down. He’s the best guy out there. There were better crews than us today but to get that is amazing.”
Lazio have competed the signing of Angola international defender Bastos from Russian Premier League side Rostov.
The 24-year-old played in both legs of Rostov’s Champions League qualifying victory over Anderlecht – the club’s European debut – but was not part of the matchday squad for Tuesday’s 1-1 draw at Ajax as his move to Lazio neared completion.
“SS Lazio announces the acquisition of the registration of the player Bartolomeu Jacinto Quissanga, coming from Russian club FK Rostov,” read a statement on Lazio’s official website.
The terms of the transfer were not disclosed, although Lazio are reported to have sanctioned a fee in the region of €6.5million.
Bastos made 84 appearances for Rostov after joining from Petroleos Luanda in his homeland in July 2013, scoring four times.
He joins Moritz Leitner, Jordan Lukaku, Ciro Immobile and Wallace among the new arrivals at Lazio, who begin their Serie A campaign at Atalanta on Sunday.
Well, three days later, it happened. We’re not entirely sure who followed who first, but both halves of Hiddleswift are now following each other on Instagram. Everyone breathe a sigh of relief.
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Knowing this, you’re probably going to sleep so much better tonight.
The two were already following each other on Twitter, well before they ever paired off IRL. It’s unclear if they ~like~ each other on Facebook, because with the site’s new redesign, it’s hard to see likes, okay? Let’s go ahead and assume that they do, and Hiddleswift is slowly getting ready to take over all of social media.
If only they would start posting pictures of them other, and soon.