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Amsterdam’s Oldest Prostitutes Retire – Meet The Fokkens Sisters

Louise-Martine-Fokkens-smThe Mirror reports –

Twin sisters who claim to be Amsterdam’s oldest prostitutes have retired after more than 50 years each in the business. Louise and Martine Fokkens, 70, have decided they are too old after bedding a total of 355,000 men. Mum-of-four Louise, says arthritis now makes some sexual positions “too painful”. And Martine, who has three children, admits she finds it hard to attract punters – though one elderly man still has his weekly sadomasochism session.

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Kurt Warner Retires

Sports Illustrated reports –

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Kurt Warner has called an end to one of the great storybook careers in NFL history. The 38-year-old quarterback announced his retirement from the game on Friday after a dozen years in a league that at first rejected him, then revered him as he came from nowhere to lead the lowly St. Louis Rams to two Super Bowls, winning the first of them. Written off as a has-been, he rose again to lead the long-suffering Arizona Cardinals to the Super Bowl a year ago. “I’m excited about what’s next,” Warner said. “Before I was always excited about next season.” Warner walked away with a year left on a two-year, $23 million contract, knowing he still had the skills to play at the highest level.

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La Russa May Not Return To Cardinals In 2010

After the Cards’ lightning fast exit from the 2009 playoffs, manager Tony La Russa is contemplating not returning for 2010. The Cards’ management stated that the job is still La Russa’s, if he wants it.

LaRussaKSDK reports –

Tony La Russa’s not certain he wants to return for a 15th season as St. Louis Cardinals manager. He was disappointed in his team’s response after Matt Holliday’s dropped fly ball for what would have been the final out in Game 2, allowing the Dodgers to rally and then put away a reeling team with a 5-1 victory Saturday in St. Louis. “I’ve just started thinking about it,” La Russa said while attempting to organize his cluttered office at Busch Stadium. “I really thought we’d make a series of it.” The 65-year-old La Russa asks himself the same questions: Does ownership want me back? Do the players want me back? After all these years, are they still responding to his brand of leadership? “Is what you’re saying not helpful?” La Russa said. “Those thoughts go through your mind.”

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