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Posts from March 2014
by ROU Crew posted Mar 31 2014 11:28AM
Snoop Dog/Lion’s uncle June Bug has lost his fight with cancer. He was given only one day to live after being diagnosed with colon cancer. But Uncle June Bug was able to hold on for almost a week. His nephew Daz Dillinger said his uncle died around 9:30am on Sunday and it happened right after Snoop arrived. June Bug acknowledged Snoops arrival and passed on. Rest in Peace Uncle June Bug. Our thoughts go out to his family and friends.


 
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by ROU Crew posted Mar 29 2014 11:19PM

Our UD Flyers couldn't quite make the Final Four, but they put on a GREAT show!  CLICK HERE for the full run down of Dayton/Florida game, or just remember the good times with us.

Luckily, someone was kind enough to edit the happiness into one video for us!  #FlyerNation!

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by ROU Crew posted Mar 24 2014 11:21AM
Homeland star James Rebhorn has passed away from skin cancer at 65. His wife said he was diagnosed with melanoma in 1992 and that James had been getting treatment ever since. Recently Rebhorn’s condition had been getting worse and he began receiving hospice care at his New Jersey home. But no matter how bad the Homelands stars condition got he insisted on working. James was in films such as “Meet the Parents”, “Independence Day”, “Scent of a Woman”, and he played a lawyer in the final season of “Seinfeld”.  He will be missed by family, friends, and all of his fans. Rest in Peace James Rebhorn.



 
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by ROU Crew posted Mar 11 2014 12:52PM
Bloomberg is reporting that Sean “Diddy” Combs has bid about $200 million for the music-themed cable channel Fuse, according to three people with knowledge of the situation.

The plan would be to convert the channel into his own Revolt TV, which would give his fledgling network wider distribution and higher subscriber fees, according to one of the sources.

Fuse, owned by New York-based Madison Square Garden Co., is available in about 74 million homes through pay-TV systems including DirecTV, Dish Network Corp. and Cablevision Systems Corp., compared with Revolt TV, which reaches about 22.8 million homes and is carried by Comcast and Time Warner Cable Inc.

Combs, 43, is one of several Fuse bidders, according to Bloomberg’s three sources, who requested anonymity because the talks are private.

“As we have stated, we are exploring strategic alternatives for Fuse, and will have no further comment during what is still an ongoing process,” Kimberly Kerns, a spokeswoman for MSG, said yesterday in an e-mail.


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