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The news that President Obama may soon be having sex in the White House was greeted by his supporters with decidedly mixed emotions. "I'm a little glad and a little sad," said Danielle Garcia-Robinson, a college student and Obama volunteer from Madison, Wisconsin. "I'm glad if he's happy and feeling pleasure but deep down a little part of me will always wish he were having sex with me," Ms. Garcia-Robinson said. Her boyfriend, David Nagel, echoed her sentiment. "That's how I feel, too," he said.

In 1995, he sold his Heisman Trophy to Texas businessman Bob White, who had been a father figure to Sims since he was in the ninth grade; White's son played high school football with Sims. [15] The trophy was sold to White for $50,000, with the agreement that it could be re-purchased by Sims by paying the original price plus % interest. White had maintained possession of several of Sims' trophies, including the Heisman, for safekeeping. Sims would occasionally borrow the Heisman for use during public appearances, but in June 2001 he sold the trophy to Scott Goodman for $88,000. Goodman was president of Sports World, a memorabilia company. Goodman intended to sell the Heisman through a telephone auction , but cancelled the sale when an attempt by Federal agents to seize the trophy for back child support, and a lawsuit from Bob White brought negative publicity to the auction. White was able to prove his ownership of the Heisman, and a Texas court ordered the trophy to be returned to him. [14]

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Billy Currington is the first solo album by country singer Billy Currington . Released in 2003 on Mercury Nashville Records, the album produced the singles " Walk a Little Straighter " and "I Got a Feelin'", both of which were Top Ten hits for Currington on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. "Ain't What It Used to Be" was later recorded by Megan Mullins , whose version was released as a single in 2006. Currington co-wrote all but one of the songs on the album.

HEAVYWEIGHTS don’t hit much harder than Corrie Sanders, the former WBO champion who was killed at the age of 46 in his native South Africa. On Saturday September 22, 2012 he walked into a restaurant to celebrate his nephew’s birthday but the party was curtailed when armed robbers opened fire. Sanders, who beat Wladimir Klitschko in 2003, was hit in the stomach and later died in hospital. Born on January 7 , 1966 in Pretoria, young Sanders was something of an all-rounder at school, playing cricket and rugby to a high level and in later life he would become a golfer of almost professional standard. He had a successful amateur career, claiming national titles while winning 196 of 200 bouts. After turning professional in 1989, the southpaw had little trouble in coasting to 16-0 (10) before he encountered Johnny Nelson in 1992. Sheffield’s future world champion was yo-yoing between cruiserweight and heavyweight, and he was outweighed by two-and-a-half stone when they clashed in Sun City, South Africa. “He was strong and fast,” remembered Nelson, who lost over 10 rounds. “They kept him away from me until the weigh-in. I think they thought I might pull out if I saw him. When he came out, I thought ‘Oh s***.’ It was surprising how good he was given his size. “ What I remember most about him is how nice he was . There was no arrogance, no side to him. He was a gentleman and what has happened to him is sad and shocking.” It wouldn’t be until the puncher’s 24th bout that Sanders would lose for the first time, stopped in two rounds by Nate Tubbs . He rebounded well before engaging in a rousing humdinger with Hasim Rahman in 2000. The pair blasted each other to the deck, shared a Rocky II-style double knockdown, before Rahman ultimately prevailed in the seventh. “ I’ve never been hit like that in my life ,” the American said afterwards. Sanders, whose dedication to training was always a problem, considered retirement following that defeat but instead came back a year later and was matched with British hopeful, Michael Sprott , in Gauteng. “Man, he could punch,” Sprott recalled. “ He was definitely the hardest puncher I’ve faced . I don’t know where he got that power from. As soon as he hit me, I said to myself, ‘I’m in trouble here’.” Sprott didn’t last a round. “The punches didn’t even land on my jaw. If they had, I’d have been asleep for days.” Two fights later, in 2003, Sanders was matched with heavily favoured WBO champion, Wladimir Klitschko in Hannover, Germany. The South African’s pre-fight interview with Sky’s Ian Darke offered few clues as to what lay ahead. “At 37 it’s hard, to be honest with you,” Sanders responded when asked how he motivated himself for the contest with just five weeks’ notice. “If I lose I’ll probably retire.” The 40-1 outsider dropped the Ukrainian twice in the opening session before finishing the job in the second, his speed and power the conclusive factors. “His hand speed and accuracy made him so effective,” his long-term manager Harold Volbrecht told Africa’s Mail and Guardian after his death. “Muscle means nothing in boxing and Corrie knew that. He understood the techniques of the sport .” A year after trouncing Wladimir, he went into a unification battle with Klitschko’s brother, WBC boss Vitali . The left hook specialist had his moments in the early rounds but was eventually outgunned in eight – a result that all but spelled the end. He would fight sporadically until 2008, retiring with a record of 42-4 (31) after losing to Osborne Machimana at the age of 42. “We will remember Corrie as a great person both inside and outside the ring,” said the Klitschko brothers shortly after Sanders’ death. “ He was a great fighter with a big heart who always positively represented the sport of boxing .”

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