Very few high school kickers can boot a 51-yard field goal
Even fewer can do so without the help of a holder
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But here is Kalil Clark out of Lincoln High School in Tallahassee, Florida, doing just that. Check out the nifty little trick that sets up his shot and renders the theoretical kick-holder obsolete
51 yards @GlennonGrant @bigbendpreps pic.twitter.com/1Nu0s5enjM
— kalil (@kalil_clark) October 7, 2015
When Tuesday night's discussion turned to the 2008 financial crisis, many of the democratic candidates didn't hesitate to take a hardline stance on reining in big banks on Wall Street
Candidates threw around terms like "shadow banking" and "casino mega-bank gambling" in varying degrees of condemnation of the government's regulatory failings on Wall Street.
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Hillary Clinton, who has oft been criticized by democrats for appearing to too close with the financial interests on Wall Street, was a frequent target of needling from her opponents, who criticized her for not taking a harder stance against the big banks.
Jurors ordered a Wisconsin gun store to pay nearly $6 million on Tuesday to two Milwaukee police officers who were shot and seriously wounded by a gun purchased at the store.
The ruling came in a negligence lawsuit filed against the store, Badger Guns, by the two officers. The lawsuit alleges the shop allowed an illegal sale despite several warning signs that the gun was being sold to a "straw buyer," or someone who was buying the gun for someone who couldn't legally do so.
The Democratic debate almost made me throw up - but not for the reasons you expect
I'm in a giant hall, in the back right corner facing the stage. I look up and to my right, and I can see the big screens, including a pretty large President Barack Obama addressing the crowd by video.
I can sort of feel a buzz in the room, but more than anything I feel the giant white Samsung Gear VR that is strapped to my face.
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