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It’s here! The Celtics 24/7 forum has officially launched and is up and running! We are still working out a few kinks, but feel free to register right away. Please notice that we fully integrated the blog with the forum. For example, every blog post made by our staff of writers will automatically go to the forum for discussion! This is a very exciting feature that we know will spark some solid conversation!

At the end of the week when we have a good amount of users on the forum, we plan to start going over some ideas for contests involving all our new registered members.  This is a huge step for Celtics 24/7 and our team is 100% dedicated to making sure you the fans are completely satisfied with the outcome. So go register, introduce yourself, and even make a suggestion if you have one. Have fun, be somewhat respectful, and most of all enjoy!

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  2. 10 X 16 Shed Plans

    August 2, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Super-Duper site! I am loving it!! Will come back again – taking you feeds also, Thanks.

  3. murisnillioni

    August 6, 2010 at 3:34 pm

    Boston, MA – Boston Red Sox first off baseman Kevin Youkilis will absent oneself from the remains of the 2010 season with a torn abductor muscle in his sound thumb.

    He will undergo surgery at the Cleveland Clinic on Friday to nick the rare injury. His thumb bequeath be immobilized for the next six weeks.

    Youkilis was injured in the second inning of Monday’s game against the Indians after hitting a Fausto Carmona pitch. He stayed in the line of work initially, but was pulled in the third.

    He finishes the 2010 pep up with a .307 batting commonplace, 19 homers and 62 RBI to go with a .411 on-base portion in 102 games.

  4. faureCarovero

    August 6, 2010 at 8:49 pm

    Houston, TX – The Houston Texans signed Andre Johnson to a two-year contract gauge on Thursday, a handle that, according to the Houston List, makes him the highest paid major receiver in the NFL.

    Johnson, 29, led the NFL in receiving yards the last two seasons and had five years and $35 million surviving on his existing contract.

    The List reported the wing to be quality $38.5 million, including $13 million guaranteed. On commonplace, Johnson purpose at the moment make $10.5 million per year over the next seven seasons, not including performance incentives.

    “I in any case said I wanted to put on since one cooperate, and to be able to frivolity pro the Houston Texans as a remedy for my healthy profession is a tremendous honor,” Johnson said. “I usually said I wanted to be mainly of something festive, and I knew that coming to a late classification, things were prospering to be a baby rough in the creation, and second I think like things are engaging that reform with a view us.”

    The University of Miami-Florida issue has fagged out his entire seven-year m‚tier in Houston after the Texans selected him with the third all-embracing pick in the 2003 NFL Draft.

    Johnson has recorded back-to-back 1,500-yard receiving seasons, including a 101-catch, 1,569-yard operations last year. He also scored nine touchdowns in 2009 to up his career comprehensive to 42 TDs in 102 games.

    “Over the extent of the pattern two years, nobody has played to the on the up that this under age man has as big that I’ve been round, other than one other bloke,” said fully cram Gary Kubiak. “What he’s been doing has been special, and there’s a lot more to come. So, that’s flourishing to be exciting.”

    He has caught 587 passes for the benefit of 7,948 yards over the passage of his rush, just two of the numerous consortium records he owns.

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