Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Positive News for Nov. 4th- Nov. 10th



NW’S LAMBERT GROWS WOMENS SOCCER FAN BASE
The popularity of NCAA women’s soccer has grown dramatically over the last week due to the unbelievable efforts by University of New Mexico defender Emily Lambert during a tournament match Vs BYU. Thanks to an unconventional style typically unseen in the women’s game, the New Mexico junior was able to make the traditionally overlooked NCAA sport thrilling for spectators around the world as highlights illustrating Lambert’s skills found their way across the web. Although Lambert’s efforts fell short in New Mexico’s 0-1 loss, the university’s athletic department believes she’ll never play a better college match. [click here for silver lining:   “New Mexico Player Banned, Apologizes”]




STROLLER RECALL HIGHLIGHTS TREND SPOTTING
Children’s stroller manufacturer Maclaren showcased market awareness last week after recalling nearly 1 million strollers responsible for enforcing old trends on children who ride in them. The recalled strollers are responsible for altering the number of a child’s appendages giving him/or her the physical characteristics of the once heavily popular pirate craze, which has recently fallen out of style in favor of vampires. Although the recall will put Maclaren in an unfavorable financial position, it allows the manufacturer to showcase more of the amazing trend forecasting that predicted America’s pirate trend as early as 1999. [click here for silver lining: “Maclaren to Recall 1 Million Strollers”]




TENSIONS NORMALIZE BETWEEN N. AND S. KOREA
The unusual relationship between North and South Korea has finally come to a close following a recent meeting between the two countries on the West Sea. The event marks the first sea-based exchange of ideals in 7 years between the Korean neighbors, which will open the door for further interactions in the future. Luckily, the return to the status quo comes just weeks before U.S. President Barack Obama’s visit to the south, allowing him a proper opportunity to undergo a true Korean experience. [click here for silver lining: “North, South Korea Clash at Sea”]

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