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running perfectly fine, you know? I just don’t get that concept,’ heThe Bentley looked as good as when she was first driven off the lot in 1991. On the outside, the car had been completely repainted and new headlights and taillights were installed.

According to Jalopnik, the car received new 626 emblems and Mazda created some new exterior trim pieces using the original molds in Japan.

A dent on the back right side was panel beaten out, despite some misgiving from Morris.

‘The character, the dent that was in the back right side. I had the option to keep it, but then I called them and was like, “Dont worry about it.” All the hard work that they put into it, I think it would have took away from it if it still had the dent in the side. So I was like, I wont be selfish. Ill just keep the memory in my mind and said they could take it out.’

Mazda technicians removed the powertrain, rebuilt the 2.2 liter, 110 horsepower four cylinder engine, installed new hoses, gaskets and rubber items, put in a new air conditioner, added new brakes front and rear, put on a new exhaust system, and even replaced the battery and alternator.

‘Its old school, like I am,’ Morris said at the reveal, according to Jalopnik. ‘I know I havent been around long, but I have an old spirit.’

There are a few new school features that Mazda has added to the new and improved Bentley, including Bentley style cross stitched leather seats in homage to the car’s namesake, and a new dashboard and a seven inch touchscreen Pioneer stereo with Bluetooth.

‘Man, I got my baby back, and she looks better than ever,’ Morris said Tuesday.

‘I just want to ride around and go nowhere in her. Ill bet shes been missing it.’

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To promote his branded recovery sleepwear, Brady will hold clinics in Beijing, Shanghai and Tokyo.

Make no mistake. This is the kind of international campaign reserved for the most recognizable sports stars in the world. But it’s notable, frankly, because this particular star is an NFL player. As the ESPN World Fame 100 rankings demonstrate, the NFL in a global sense holds nothing close to the dominance that it enjoys in the United States.

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Brady checked in at No. 21 on this year’s list of the most famous active athletes in the world, compiled with a formula that uses data on endorsements, social media following and Google trends scores. He was one of only two NFL players in the top 50 Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton ranked No. 47 in what was an accurate depiction of the NFL’s challenge in pursuing its goal of developing 400 million international fans.

For context, consider that the top 50 included 19 soccer players and nine from the NBA. Two cricket players ranked ahead of Brady. David Schwab, an executive vice president at Octagon who develops global marketing strategies for celebrities and brands, said the rankings reflect the NFL’s current place in the worldwide sports marketplace.

“The drawback of the NFL is the domestic nature of the games played,” Schwab said, “along with the television coverage and the participation at a youth level. It’s not a sport that people are playing internationally, or really even seeing a lot of relatively. If you take a sport like basketball, you have more international players in the NBA, you have the Olympics component and heavy participation around the world.”

Indeed, the NBA has a two decade head start in Asia. Its superiority is especially notable in China, a country of 1.4 billion people that heavily influenced the ESPN 100 list. Not a single Major League Baseball player made the cut, for instance, reflecting its minimal impact in China despite heavy interest in Japan and Korea.

Kobe Bryant’s first promotional trip to China came in 1998, nearly 20 years before Brady’s. Yao Ming’s 2002 arrival with the Houston Rockets further spurred Chinese interest, as did regular corporate visits from stars such as Bryant, Allen Iverson, LeBron James and Kevin Durant. sports terms, is the equivalent of 1.4 billion potential new fans. There is a smattering of independent efforts to build a participation base, but it remains at the lowest of grass roots levels.

I spoke last year to Zach Brown, a former Arizona State player who helped start a club level Chinese league earlier this decade. How did he recruit players? By handing out business cards on Shanghai streets that read, in Chinese: “I play American football. You look like a dude who could play. Contact us here.”

Efforts to accelerate NFL interest there have been met with internal resistance. Mark Waller, the NFL’s executive vice president for international, has hopes of staging at least a “one off” regular season game that would deposit NFL branded football in front of Chinese eyes, but logistics have proved difficult. Bohringer spent 2016 on the Vikings’ practice squad, and last week the league placed four European players on NFC South practice squads for the season. “That provides individual human interest points for a particular fan base,” Schwab said. “But if you can’t regularly watch what they’re doing on TV, and on a day to day basis you don’t live or know the sport, it’s hard to maintain the relevance.”

So how has Brady found room in this unlikely space?

It’s not simply the fact that he has been the 12 time Pro Bowl quarterback on a team that has played in seven Super Bowls, winning five, during the past 15 years. He also has pursued, in an overt way, an international sponsorship model. While other quarterbacks largely have paralleled the NFL’s own list and style of corporate sponsors (think: Peyton Manning’s work with Papa John’s and Nationwide Insurance), Brady is following what you might call the David Beckham model. He has teamed up with “lifestyle” brands such as UGG, Tag Heuer, Stetson and Aston Martin. And Brady’s wife, supermodel Gisele Bundchen, provides the same kind of global relevance as Victoria Beckham.

Brady, however, is the clear exception for a league of mostly hidden faces from an international perspective.

On the surface, the ESPN World Fame 100 list might seem to reflect a massive opportunity for NFL growth. But a closer inspection illustrates what appear to be significant obstacles. Football is king in America, but fans around the world are more likely to identify with top stars in soccer, the NBA, cricket, track and field, golf, tennis and even MMA.
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Giants 24, 49ers 17

The Giants have the hot quarterback in Eli Manning, an offense that put up 61 points in the last two games, and a great pass rush. And they beat the mighty Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field last week. Their confidence level is off the charts.

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Eli Manning will overtake his brother as the better Manning, and the Super Bowl will go Harbaugh less for at least this year.

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I’ve been writing the Ravens are the best team in the AFC since they beat the Jets. Regardless of how how the Patriots played last week, there is no use backing down now.

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New York seems to be peaking at the right time. They are stopping the run and running the ball. They are getting pressure with their front four. They’ll be back in the show again.3 1 last weekRavens 27,
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The oddsmakers say the Pats are a touchdown better, but the Ravens are 6 0 this year against the other teams that made the playoffs. The Pats are 2 2 against playoff teams and both wins were against the Broncos.

49ers 24, Giants 20

Eli Manning and the Giants are playing very well right now, but it’s tough to go coast to coast and it’s tougher when your opponent is riding the wave of Harbaugh mojo, especially if Manning has a couple of turnovers left in him.

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3 1 last weekRavens 31, Patriots 30

I can’t pretend I’m extremely confident in this pick, but I’m rolling the dice based on my gut. I think Tom Brady is the best quarterback of this era, and he’ll have Baltimore on the ropes at times, but I think the Ravens’ defense will rise to the moment a handful of times, and Joe Flacco will as well. Flacco has traditionally played some of his best games right after he’s been dissed,
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Probation officer, Brenda Raine, prepared a pre sentence report which said: Every year she gets into debt at Christmas and she wanted this time to be different.

Shes been living on benefits and shes not suitable for unpaid work. She has two adult children and she wanted to give her children a better Christmas.

Thompson pleaded guilty to 13 charges of possessing and intending to sell falsely trademarked goods, while charges against Mr Thompson were dropped as the pair appeared before Darlington magistrates.

The court heard that Thompson said in police interviews that she intended to close the page in October 2014, however evidence on her phone suggested there were plans to keep the Facebook page running beyond October.

And a search of the Thompsons home in September 2014 found a substantial amount of stock, including fake UGG slippers, boots and childrens boots, MAC make up cases, Chanel perfume and Adidas tracksuits.

Thompson was emotional throughout the hearing and mitigating, Graham Hunsley, said: This offence occurred because of a chance conversation with an acquaintance.

Shed bought a pair of genuine trainers for her son that cost 120 and they didnt last at all and the acquaintance said she would be better off getting fake ones that last just as well.
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Edmonton newly proposed airport outlet mall will help to fill a retail gap, says a University of Alberta expert.

is a fast growing, relatively affluent, relatively young city and that means that we a good place for retail, said Dr. Kyle Murray, director of the University of Alberta School of Retailing.

The Outlet Collection at EIA the 85 store outlet mall planned for 2016 on land near the Edmonton International Airport will draw crowds because Edmonton is already under retailed, he said, and with expected growth trends to continue, the new mall should fair well without drawing business away from existing retailers.

always hard to say until they built and you see what traffic patterns are like, but South Edmonton Common right now is an incredibly busy shopping environment by almost all of the measures you normally look at, explained Murray.

lot of the stores in that development are doing the most sales per square foot than they do as a chain in Canada. And West Edmonton Mall is sort of the same. said the new outlet will probably attract business from smaller regions south of the city and possibly bring more traffic to the city from the north.

makes it much easier as you flying through Edmonton to maybe stay over one night and do a bunch of Christmas shopping on your way back to a more remote community that maybe doesn have much in the way of retail at all, he said.

The potential doesn come without risk, however. Whether bricks and mortar is the way to go in the future remains to be seen.

don think real estate companies are giving enough credit to the threat of online shopping, said Murray.

During the late 1990s, when worries escalated about the impact of Internet shopping on bricks and mortar stores, Murray said the impact was less than expected. But that only gave retailers and builders false confidence in physical stores.

you build something like this, it a long term development. We talking 30 40 years would be the normal horizon for something like that, he said. you talk to retailers now, they actually getting very nervous about the huge amounts of market share that are moving online in some categories. comfort may be found in population increases, though. Murray said if the population manages to double, the market could still handle more stores than exist today, meaning the outlet mall might not be the last of its kind to make Edmonton home.
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Restaurant review: Sohe, Jesmond, Newcastle upon TyneAmbition, boldness and complexity make for a winning combination at Jesmond’s new Asian restaurant

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People say I’m lucky to live in Jesmond.

Not so. Some of the most idiotic students in Britain (in my humble opinion) have moved in a few doors down from me, rendering sleep damn near impossible, what with the incessant 2am calls of “Ollie!” and “Jules!” and the clump, clump, clump of Ugg boots attached to drunken legs. Ugh.

The nearby Osborne Road doesn’t offer much solace. So so bars. Orange client What’s all the fuss about?

In saying that, this walk through the valley of the absence of taste has long featured a few little gems and with recent additions like Jam Jar conceptually strong and discriminating on quality I’ve had a feeling that things were on the up.

In this context, welcome Sohe, an ambitious blend of traditional Asian cuisine with a quintessentially English setting and hip, modern d Actually, ‘hip’ isn’t fair. With its futuristic bar, the consistent inconsistency of its furnishings and some interesting choices of lighting, we were certainly struck by its boldness.

Sohe’s crispy beef with hot Vietnamese and pink peppercorn sauce

But it works. It feels uncontrived, high spec and, oddly enough, even restful although we’d perhaps suggest ditching the seventies disco soundtrack, which, for whatever reason, conjured up images of moustached tradesmen offering to fix pretty ladies’ plumbing.

Anyway, the menu.

Divine all round. Not huge, but enough in itself to intoxicate the senses. Delicate, complex dishes abound the kind that hit the tastebuds from all angles.

That, at least, was the concept behind my starter, crispy beef with hot Vietnamese and pink peppercorn table sauce ( Beautifully presented, it came with it fine mix of greenery and goodness, the cooling freshness of which was alas drowned in the sheer searing heat of the dish.

The tempura prawns starter at Sohe in Jesmond

Now, it could be said that I’m laughably ignorant of Vietnamese beef traditions, but, even with my world famous taste for the fiery, I found myself getting through a disproportionate amount of complementary water, which, interestingly, contained slices of cucumber.

The Female Dining Counterpart, meanwhile, landed on her feet.

Tempura king prawns with wasabi and yuzu dip ( Simple. But, in this case, highly, highly effective.

I got try one myself and can honestly say it was the finest of its kind I have ever experienced melt in the mouth perfection. I thought I’d died and gone to gone to heaven (then I remembered: the whole endless sinning thing.).

On to the mains and the Counterpart scored again, this time wrapping her chops around a Chiang Rai curry with seabass and prawn ( “This is the best thing ever,” she kept saying and I assure you she meant it.

Again, I dug in and was hugely impressed warming, sophisticated and elegantly balanced.

My twice cooked duck leg with caramelised lemongrass and chilli sauce ( was also a clear hit, demonstrating nicely how clean, visually appealing food doesn’t need to be swamped in anything to provide big flavours and satisfying texture.

All it needed was the side portion of sticky rice, which, needless to say, was just perfect.

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By the time our waitress spot on throughout the night asked us if we fancied dessert, I had my eye on the splendid range of cocktails, of which I’d heard good things.

In the end, though, I stuck with a bottle of Asahi ( and agreed to share a warm hickory smoked dark chocolate and star anise tort with vanilla bean ice cream ( The way I saw it was that if she hit the culinary jackpot again at least she was taking me with her.
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Newcastle shop stocked fake designer goodsTHEY look like the ideal Christmas gifts for that difficult to please loved one.12:00, 22 NOV 2011Updated18:47, 26 FEB 2013This entire haul was were in a city centre shop after customers complained to Newcastle’s trading standards department about the quality of their purchases.

Officers then raided the ‘For Her’ shop in Monument Mall and seized around 250 counterfeit items, filling 20 large bags.

Investigators said the goods accounted for around 60% of the shop’s stock. The owner of the shop has been interviewed and an investigation is under way.

The apparent ‘designer’ labels included Ugg Boots, Boss perfume and Vivienne Westwood accessories.

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undercover trading standards officers did some test purchases and the garments were sent to the head offices of the companies involved. The companies then confirmed that the goods were not genuine.

David Ellerington, manager of Newcastle’s trading standards department, said: “We became aware of the allegations after two members of the public said they were not happy with the quality of the items they had purchased.”

Mr Ellerington confirmed an investigation is under way and the council hopes to gather enough evidence to prosecute the owner.

Coun Stephen Lambert, deputy cabinet member for community safety and regulation, said: “Without pre judging the outcome of any related criminal investigation by the city council’s officers,
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“Any kind of trade in illegal goods damages the trade of legitimate traders who are trying to earn an honest living and they do not need that business being undermined by any criminal activity.

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The police recovered an order list and more than 100 items of fake clothing and footwear from the Ravies vehicle, which were passed on to North Yorkshire County Councils trading standards service.

Items seized included counterfeit Adidas, Converse and Nike trainers; Adidas, Stone Island, Lacoste and Hugo Boss tracksuits; Adidas, Ralph Lauren and Lacoste T shirts; Ugg boots, Michael Kors sandals and MAC make up.

Mr Ravie admitted the couple had spent 1,300 on the counterfeit products on the day they were stopped.

He claimed they had bought the items for family and friends but trading standards officers discovered the couple ran a Facebook group to sell the fakes and also posted items for sale on other Facebook selling groups in the North East.

As well as the unpaid work each was ordered to pay 888 prosecution costs and 85 victim surcharge. The couple voluntarily surrendered the seized items to trading standards for destruction.

North Yorkshires head of business and consumer services, Jo Boutflower, said: The ability of a business to protect its brands reputation through the use of a trademark, and the role of small, local retailers in selling those products, is vital to economic growth and productivity.

Trading standards officers do all that we can to support and protect legitimate businesses, and I hope this case sends a clear message that firm action will be taken against those who do not trade fairly and lawfully.
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Newbiggin mum found guilty of possessing counterfeit goodsHARD UP Stacey Elsdon claimed to be buying discount designer goods from a car boot sale for her kids in the run up to Christmas.10:00, 30 APR 2012Updated17:38, 25 FEB 2013Stacey Elsdon from Newbiggin and inset some of the counterfeit goods

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HARD UP Stacey Elsdon claimed to be buying discount designer goods from a car boot sale for her kids in the run up to Christmas.

The 32 year old mum of seven packed her garage and car with clothes, boots, handbags, and hair straighteners, which bore the logos of top brands, such as Ugg, GHD, Paul’s Boutique and Superdry.

But the former business boss has now been found guilty of possessing counterfeit goods.

When police raided her car and home in Argyle Terrace, Newbiggin, Northumberland, they found an Aladdin’s cave of items, which officers believed could be counterfeit.

Lists with prices for “real and fake” items were also discovered.

Now Elsdon has been hit with a court bill after magistrates found her guilty of five charges of possessing goods with a false trademark for sale or hire.

Elsdon, whose seven children are aged 15, 13, 12, 10, eight,
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five and two, was pulled over by police in her Vauxhall Meriva, on Hollinside Road, near to the Metrocentre, in Gateshead, on December 14, 2010.

Officers searched her car after reports that she had been acting suspiciously in the superstore.

They seized bags of goods from her car and home, as well as more than in cash, before passing the investigation onto Trading Standards at Gateshead Council.

Giving evidence at a trial at Gateshead Magistrates’ Court PC Christian Storey, based at the Metrocentre police station, said: “We continued searching the vehicle for other bags and we found a lot of items with tags on in black bags in the back seat and boot.

“We found several items from each make. There were Ugg boots and Henleys items. Some items were in carrier bags and some in black bags.”

A sample of the property, including an Adidas tracksuit, a Paul’s Boutique sweater, Superdry jacket, Juicy Couture tracksuit and GHD hairstraighteners was analysed and the goods proved to be counterfeit.

The mum, who once ran Maisie Bows in Ashington, which sold baby clothes, handbags and purses, claimed she had bought the goods from a car boot sale in Hexham and a shop in the Metrocentre for Christmas for her kids.

She also argued that the lists were her way of working out what she needed to buy for the children and what money she had available to spend.

She said the cash seized was going to be used to pay her rent for the business. She also accused police of mixing up items and claimed some of the property and lists seized didn’t belong to her.

Graham Crouth, defending, said: “These specific items were Christmas presents. In respect,
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we were 11 days away from Christmas and the items were Christmas presents for her children.”

Elsdon was fined and ordered to pay costs. Chairman of the bench Susan Paul said: “Miss Elsdon’s explanations were vague and we didn’t find her tale credible.”

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