Another chance in acquiring the highly-sought after mini retro video game system will be available this week courtesy of GameStop and its sub-branch ThinkGeek, who have just announced that they have received more in stock.
According to a statement shared by GameSpot, availability at GameStop and ThinkGeek retail locations start today and stores should “have their full allotment by Thursday, October 12, at the latest.”
While you should first call your local store to inquire about availability, both retailers will begin selling the unit online tomorrow, Wednesday, October 11 with the standalone systems priced at $80 USD and bundles to be available as well.
After warning fans to stay clear of the new Star Wars trailer (which went live yesterday) to avoid spoilers, Johnson explained part of the decision-making process during an interview with Yahoo Entertainment.
Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has responded to a memo NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent to all 32 NFL teams about discussing a solution to players protesting during the national anthem before games.
Jenkins said Tuesday whatever the league decides won’t prevent players from making their voices heard for social causes, via ESPN’s Tim McManus:
“I think we’ve seen even over the last year that you can take a player out of the league, you can threaten to do whatever you want to do, that’s not going to deter players from doing what’s right, or doing what they believe is right. You might be able to change the manner in which that looks but I don’t see players stopping their pursuit for justice or equality.”
Ahiza Garcia of CNN Money obtained a copy of Goodell’s memo in which he wrote he would like players to stand during the national anthem.
“It is an important moment in our game,” he said. “We want to honor our flag and our country, and our fans expect that of us.”
Goodell said the NFL cares “deeply about our players and respect their opinions and concerns about critical social issues,” but controversy around protesting during the national anthem “is a barrier to having honest conversations and making real progress on the underlying issues.”
An NFL spokesman told Garcia that NFL owners will discuss potential changes to the league’s policy regarding the national anthem at its annual meeting next week.
The NFL does not currently have a mandated rule requiring players to stand or be present during the playing of the national anthem.
Jenkins has been protesting during the national anthem since 2016 by raising his fist.
Ruling party politician says data breach occurred in September 2016
Leaked documents said to include plans for ‘decapitation’ attacks on Kim
North Korean hackers have stolen hundreds of classified military documents from South Korea, including detailed wartime operational plans involving its US ally, according to a local media report.
Rhee Cheol-hee, a lawmaker for the ruling Democratic party, said the hackers broke into the South’s military network in September last year and gained access to 235 gigabytes of sensitive data, the Chosun Ilbo daily reported.