Make sure you read the whole story and then look below for the first annual pick the winner NFL Smeet football contest, where you can win some fabulous prizes! I was going to write an analysis of the first four weeks of the NFL season, but after all the controversy surrounding the NFL right now, I thought I would post something positive.
This is an article written by DFW Fox News reposted with their permission. Pictures are also compliments of DFW Fox News
In a time when there seems to be nothing but bad news from professional athletes, here’s an uplifting story surrounding the Cincinnati Bengals.
Devon Still plays for the Cincinnati Bengals, but this year has been anything but easy for him. He was distracted during training camp and a hamstring injury left him off the final roster. But the Bengals found out why he wasn’t totally focused on the game: His 4-year-old daughter Leah had been diagnosed with stage four, high risk Neuroblastoma. This is a rare type of cancer that almost always occurs in infants and young children. It is a malignant tumor most commonly found in the adrenal gland, the triangular glands on the kidney that produces hormones that are responsible for controlling heart rate and blood pressure. Leah was only given a 50-50 chance of survival.
The team decided to keep Devon on its practice squad so he could keep the health insurance he needed to get Leah the best possible care. Devon and Leah visited doctors and even went through an experimental treatment to reduce the size of the tumor. The tumor was too large to be removed. Finally, the experimental treatment worked, and Leah was able to have surgery on Thursday, September 25, 2014.
Before Leak went into surgery to remove the tumor, Devon gave Leah a pep talk. Devon posted the video on his Instagram account and as of today, Friday, September 26, 2014 he has over 25,000 likes.
The procedure went well, and the doctors have said the entire tumor is gone however, Leah is not out of the woods. She still has to go through more chemo, radiation and stem cell transplants. Leah’s story has inspired football fans everywhere, along with the NFL. During Leah’s experimental treatment, Cincinnati moved Devon from the practice squad back to the team. Everyone that is actually on an NFL team has a team jersey for sell. The Bengals then announced for every jersey that was sold, they would donate 100% of the proceeds to pediatric cancer research.
Devon’s jersey is now the fastest selling Bengals jersey, in fact almost 10,000 have been sold. That equals out to almost one million dollars to be donated. In fact, not only Bengal fans are participating. Sean Payton the head coach for the New Orleans Saints didn’t just buy one jersey, he bought 100.
Now for the contest: The contest will run through the super bowl. Be sure to play each week to accumulate points for the grand prize of 2000 coins, 2000 dimes and 2000 fame points.
Rules: Each person picks the winner of each of the 16 weekly during the regular season --- choose the winner by clicking the dot beside the team you think will win. Once you have completed picking all the winners of all 16 games click submit. .The person who has the most correct picks at the end of the week wins. The weekly winner will be announced each Wednesday. In the event of a tie, each person also predicts the total combined points scored in the Monday night game. Whomever is closest wins. You must have competed in the weekly contest to be eligible for the play off contest. In addition, the points will be calculated for the entire regular season and the play off season to determine a grand prize winner once the Super Bowl game has been played. There will be a grand prize as well as a weekly winners.
Weekly prizes are
1st place: a Smeekie, 1500 dimes and 1000 fp
2nd prize: 1000 dimes and 300 fp
3rd prize: 500 dimes and 200 fp.
Grand prize is:
1st place 2000 coins 2000 dimes and 2000 fp
2nd place: 1000 coins
3rd place: 500 coins.
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Hi Smeeters! How you surely know, in Smeet is possible (and desirable) to find a soul mate! Many users fall in love and even get married (as we know from a lovely Italian couple!) for real! Today we want to show you some flirting and dating relationship statistics coming from the web! Curious? Go on reading
- How many Americans use online dating services? 40 million!
- Percent of married couples who said they found their mates through a friend? 63%!
- Average amount of time to make a first impression on a man: 15 minutes;
- Average amount of time to make a first impression on a woman: a hour!
- Percent of singles that find a great smile the most attractive feature: 53%;
- Percent of singles that have Googled someone on the internet before a first date: 43%;
- Percent of singles that feel they are too busy to meet other singles: 52%!
- Percent of breakups in online relationships that happen by email: 48%.
Well, I was going to write an insightful article on the benefits of following chat room etiquette, with some funny remarks about situations I’ve seen. But when I thought about the target audience (hello, my target audience), it occurred to me that in all probability the only people reading this are already experienced chatters. I’m either preaching at the converted, or at an empty chair. You know what you’re doing; you’re well-versed in the world of Online. Welcome, fellow keyboard experts.
There’s no point me telling you about how excessive capitalisation is widely listed at the First rule of chat etiquette, or when it’s best to ignore people who are clearly out to upset you, or any of the other many facets of online “social niceties”. You know how to conduct yourself. We’re experienced – we don’t need someone to hold our hands.
So, I have an article to write and no topic. I’m well known in Smeet for sprouting random facts, so here’s one for you now: A study in 1986 found that 80% of the participants put themselves in the “I am a better Driver than average” category when comparing their ability with others in the same study.
I like the similarities of driving a car (or automobile) to driving a keyboard in a chat-room. Usually in both cases, you’re in an environment you consider your own space and you’re in charge of how it’s used. We can put on our own music and block out the external world for a while. We can get our seats good and comfy, and settle down to enjoy ourselves.
Admittedly on the road there are some basic sense traffic laws, appropriate speed limits for certain types of road, traffic lights for our safety, and those inconsiderate drivers we have to put up with. Oh god, inconsiderate drivers are pain, aren’t they? And tourists. And buses. And bus lanes. And people who approach a junction in the wrong lane, and think they have the Right to pull out across everyone and demand entry to the correct lane. Or middle-lane hoggers. And people who stick to 40 regardless of whether the speed limit is 60 or 30.
And don’t get me started on cyclists. Or on elderly drivers in hats.
I mean, I’m a better than average driver. I shouldn’t have to put up with those other morons on the road who don’t know what to do. Someone should teach them manners. Officer, remove this person from my presence immediately as they are interfering with my Rights as a driver. What did he do? Well, Officer, he burst into my regular room, shouted at everyone in capitals and demanded I friend him instantly. He then proceeded to insult others in gibberish, and then to top it all he stood next to me. So I told him where to go, and how to get there. For good measure I also insulted his parents and his country too. Honestly, he has no idea about chat room etiquette.
Ah, I appear to have side-tracked myself.
You will meet peoples from many different lands, cultures and time zones on Smeet. Some drive on the left, some will shout “Oi Oi” as a greeting and some will refer to the more “mature” chatter as Uncle or Auntie. Most are here to meet you and to get to know you, and some will be learner drivers. Treat them kindly, and they will learn that politeness is the correct manner in which to conduct themselves as they drive.
Hello this is Collette speaking, how have you been? Have you missed horoscope articles? Well I personally did, so I wrote this post for you to get back into the swing of things:
FIRE (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius)
Summer is when you are on fire, and ready to go. Fueled by your ties to the sun, you excel with confidence and enthusiasm, as you approach everything around you with great passion. Your tendency to be impatient is also in full swing. Try not to let it get the better of you. You will be better suited to follow the positive energy that surrounds you right now. Play and have fun.
EARTH (Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn)
When others play, you remain as grounded as possible. Being conservative and practical is in your nature, but, in all reality, you yearn to break free. If only for a moment, escape, go ahead, get out and enjoy yourself. Thank goodness, everyone can rely on you to bring the sunscreen, good advice, and probably the first aid kit as well.
AIR (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius)
All this heat might have you in a huff. Usually, you are knee deep in contemplation, work, or any number of given obstacles that require your attention. Summer may leave you feeling detached, or even a little more distant than you prefer. Make efforts not to avoid an invitation, but be curious enough to accept an opportunity to let loose and have fun. You may even enjoy it.
WATER (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces)
There is never a doubt as to how you feel, or what you are capable of. You are capable of such great compassion and feeling; it's no wonder that so many take joy in just being around you. Your tendency is to be private, though, and sometimes that can be perceived as being moody. Take time to bring joy to yourself, go with the flow, float in the ocean, and swim in the pool... all water calls to you, now. Good thing, because it's hot out there. Let the world be your beach.
Stay tuned for October's monthly horoscope, coming soon! Collette
This week, it's time to test your luck: Try out our Smeet Tombola! You can buy a ticket for only 5 Coins with which you automatically take part in our Tombola. Next Monday, we will randomly pick three ticket-numbers and if you have bought that number from our Tombola, you will be a winner! Of course luck is a necessary attribute in this game, but remember: The more tickets you buy, the higher your chances are to win!
The prize for the winners will be a trophy including valuable Fame Points, a Badge and a product of the next collection, before it goes live for the other Smeeters!!
Don't miss out! Go to the Casino and try your luck at the Smeet Tombola!
Remember: only for people over 18 years old.