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Week 11
  • Rockport-Fulton 19 VS La Feria 14
  • Sharyland Pioneer 31 VS Mercedes 68
  • Brownsville Hanna 32 VS Edinburg Vela 34
  • Brownsville Lopez 17 VS Mission Veterans Memorial 25
  • Grulla 16 VS Pleasanton 32
  • Weslaco East 49 VS PSJA High 13
  • Santa Rosa 0 VS Goliad 49
  • La Joya High 7 VS San Antonio Southwest 14
  • Sharyland High 59 VS Brownsville Pace 43
  • Laredo United South 6 VS McAllen Memorial 44
  • McAllen Rowe 17 VS Laredo Alexander 42
  • Los Fresnos 34 VS Edinburg High 14
  • Edinburg North 7 VS San Benito 50
“Breadcrumbing” Has Replaced Ghosting as the New Way to Torture the People You’re Dating

“Breadcrumbing” Has Replaced Ghosting as the New Way to Torture the People You’re Dating

GHOSTING has been the top way to TORTURE the people you’re dating for a few years now. That’s when, suddenly, you cut off all communication with them, stop returning their messages, and basically disappear . . . like a ghost.

Well, apparently there’s a new dating torture method that’s becoming more and more common in the Tinder era. It’s called “breadcrumbing.”

That’s where you meet someone online and string them along FOREVER with messages . . . even though you have no intention of ever actually meeting up with them or dating them.


Adele Says Quitting Smoking Made Her Voice Worse

Adele Says Quitting Smoking Made Her Voice Worse

Adele Smoking

Do you want to become a rich and famous international recording star? Start smoking NOW. At least that seems to be ADELE’s advice. She had surgery in 2011 for a vocal cord hemorrhage, and she hasn’t been the same since.

She said, quote, “The people with the best voices, they always smoke. I’ve given up smoking and I’m convinced that’s made my voice weaker.”

There’s at least one bright side, though . . . quote, “My fingers ain’t orange anymore.”

…Just in case you were considering it, this station and common sense warns you NOT to pick up that habit.


(Consequence of sound)

5 Most Common Things We Wish We’d Done

5 Most Common Things We Wish We’d Done

16901557817_2a09b55e25_k released a new survey yesterday on the most common “life goals” people have, but haven’t accomplished yet.

Overall, 76% of people said they haven’t made as much progress in their professional and personal lives as they’d like. And 66% said they currently feel stuck in a rut. Here are the five things people WISH they’d accomplished by now.

  1.  Starting your own business. It was the most popular answer overall.
  2.  Going back to school.
  3.  Taking a job outside the state or country you live in. Obviously you have to leave your friends and family behind to do it, so it’s risky.
  4.  Telling someone off. Which is weird, because does that really qualify as a “LIFE GOAL”? (???)
  5.  Traveling alone.

The other popular answers were proposing to someone . . . trying an extreme sport . . . and writing a book. And the top reasons people gave for NOT accomplishing their goals yet were money . . . not knowing how to start . . . lacking confidence . . . and not being able to get motivated.

(PR Newswire)

Six Work-Related Dreams and What They Mean

Six Work-Related Dreams and What They Mean


Here are six common dreams people have about their jobs, and what they usually mean, according to experts.

  1.  Sleeping with a co-worker you’re not attracted to. It doesn’t mean you’re attracted to them subconsciously. It usually means there’s some aspect of their personality that you wish you had.
  2.  Just being at the office. Meaning your entire dream is you working. That one’s actually pretty straightforward. It just means you’re stressed out about your job.
  3.  Showing up to work naked. It means you’re worried that your boss or one of your co-workers will find out about something that you don’t want them to know.
  4.  Dreaming that you killed your boss. It usually means you’re frustrated, because you feel like they control you, and you can’t do anything about it.
  5.  Dreaming that you’re running late for work. It usually has something to do with feeling like you’re not living up to expectations, whether they’re your boss’s or your own.
  6.  Getting fired. It means you’re anxious about something, and it’s your way of subconsciously preparing yourself in case you DO get fired.

(Business Insider)

The Most Common Secrets we Hide,  60% of us REALLY don’t want anyone to know this

The Most Common Secrets we Hide, 60% of us REALLY don’t want anyone to know this


Secrets people dread their family or friends finding out

Do you have a secret that’s SO bad you plan on taking it to your grave? If you say, “No” . . . you’re lying. I’ve got like 15 horrible secrets and I’m an open book.

A new survey found 60% of people say they have at least one secret they REALLY don’t want people to find out about. And most of them have been keeping it for at least 15 years. Here are the ten most common deep, dark secrets . . .

  1.  An affair.
  2.  An embarrassing incident.
  3.  Your web browsing history.
  4.  Debt.
  5.  Sexual fetishes.
  6.  Something in your family history.
  7.  A phobia.
  8.  Something you bought.
  9.  That you smoke, or used to.
  10.  Someone you’re in love with.

(Western Daily Press


(You can see the top 25 secrets here.)