Category Archives: Tumblelog

John McEnroe vs Jimmy Connors

The Connors–McEnroe rivalry was a series of competitive matches between American tennis players Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe, who played 34-times between 1977 and 1991.[1][2. Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe played again in the late 1990s and the early 2000s. With regard to their matches, Connors has stated, “Something like that never goes away, especially between Mac and myself…To have carried on this rivalry for so many years, and for you still to be talking about it, must mean that we made our mark somewhere.”[3] This rivalry is said to have been one of the most contentious and embittered in all of tennis history.[4][5]

Connors–McEnroe rivalry – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

McEnroe vs Connors  – YouTube.

Die DENIC Lässt Den Datensatz .De Anlegen

.de ist die länderspezifische Top-Level-Domain (ccTLD) Deutschlands. Sie existiert seit November 1986 und zählt zu den ältesten Länder-TLDs. Verwaltet wird sie vom Deutschen Network Information Center DENIC.[1]

Im Gegensatz zu vielen anderen ccTLDs (z.B. .uk) werden Second-Level-Domains verteilt. Mit über 14,5 Millionen registrierten Domains ist .de die meistregistrierte ccTLD vor .uk. Im Vergleich mit allen TLDs (also auch nicht länderspezifischen TLDs) liegt .de hinter .com auf Platz 2.[2]

.de – Wikipedia.

Iran–Contra Affair Is Exposed

After a leak by Iranian Mehdi Hashemi, the Lebanese magazine Ash-Shiraa exposed the arrangement on November 3, 1986. This was the first public reporting of the weapons-for-hostages deal. The operation was discovered only after an airlift of guns was downed over Nicaragua. Eugene Hasenfus, who was captured by Nicaraguan authorities, initially alleged in a press conference on Nicaraguan soil that two of his coworkers, Max Gomez and Ramon Medina, worked for the Central Intelligence Agency. He later said he did not know whether they did or not.

Iran–Contra affair – Wikipedia.