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The NFL player got his torch snuffed on Wednesday’s episode of Heroes v. Healers v. Hustlers after Devon got his vote taken away with a game advantage and Joe used his idol to protect himself from elimination.

“I think the elements of the game affected my fate, and that’s how it went down,” Alan confessed over the phone to ET on Thursday. “I think I was playing a good game. I don’t think it got away from me at all. but Joe found the idol, and that’s part of the game.”

The Houston, Texas, native, did, however, have a feeling that his game could be heading towards elimination. I know they’ve got votes for me,” he explained. The story was written.”

“We know I don’t really care for Joe. I’m going to say this: hopefully he’s not as annoying in person as he was on the show. Hopefully, that was all the show,” he added. for a possible idol.

“Well, I mean, I didn’t strip search him,” he laughed. At the end of the day, he did what he had to do to make me believe that I wasn’t seeing what I saw. That was what he felt he had to do.”

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“I wanted to play the game I wanted to play,” he added, revealing that he never told anyone about his NFL career, but “got close” when Desi asked about a scar on his arm. “I took every opportunity I had to give myself a laugh on the inside and have a good time. I have no regrets in terms of how I played the game at all.”

In fact, Alan is so confident in his game play that he’s ready to head back to the island in a heartbeat. “I am literally walking around my house in my Ugg flip flops and I would go just like this. I don’t need to pack. I’d go right now if I get the call,” he said, taking a beat when asked if his former NFL career would provide extra challenges.

“Definitely, but that’s the story of my life. That’s the reason I went on in the first place, for the challenge, and now it’s heightened a level,” he said. “I mean, when the bright lights get brighter, you’ve got to shine more. So I definitely would be on for the challenge.”
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MaryAnn Leun has spent her life surrounded by other people clothing. In 1957, before her father married her mother, Nanci Kelly, he opened Signal Mountain Cleaners. The business was open for 60 years before being purchased in January by Carriage Cleaners owner Rob Whitmire.

When Leun was in junior high school, she started working at the cleaners. She continued to walk to work there until she married in 2001. Leun and her mother were the business longest running employees.

Following the closing of her business, Leun decided to open Signal Mountain Alterations, located in the building which also houses Signal Mountain Pharmacy across the street.

“I wanted to carry on the tradition of a small business like the cleaners and get to know the customers,” she said. “With so many businesses, you can get that anymore, and you don get that small town feel.”

Leun said she started sewing around the time she gave birth to her twins, Ryan and Grace, in 2004.

“I always liked to do needlepoint and make things,” she said, adding that at one point she dreamed of being a fashion designer, though now she is focused on re making, or upcycling, clothing and making alterations.

In addition to alterations such as sewing hems and replacing buttons, she also offers steaming and pressing on site, basic shoe repairs, bag repairs and shoe cleaning, even for difficult to clean Ugg boots, she said. Leun has also repaired a child stuffed animal that the family dog chewed up.

Leun said she hopes to continue to add more services as the business becomes further established, and she eventually like to hire a few employees.

People would often use the cleaners as a source of information regarding where they could have other services performed, particularly wardrobe related services, said Leun, and she wants to continue to be that type of resource.
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The member of Oxfordshire County Council’s Trading Standards team convinced Elizabeth Mildenhall to allow her to come to her home in Lavender Way, Witney, last year.

After the exchange the goods were found to be counterfeit and her home was searched in December.

The 22 year old, now of Andersey Way, Abingdon, admitted six trading crimes at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on Monday and was fined 200 for each offence.

Richard Webb, the council’s trading standards and community safety manager,
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said: “The sale of counterfeit clothing damages local economies, supports organised crime and it is not tolerated in Oxfordshire.

“I hope this conviction acts as a strong warning and deterrent to anybody else who is considering selling fake goods locally.”

Anu Prashar, a team leader for Oxfordshire County Council’s trading standards team, who prosecuted Mildenhall, said: “This was not a sophisticated counterfeit clothing selling operation and one that was infiltrated via Facebook by Trading Standards.

“Mildenhall responded to our messages even though she had no idea who was making the contact and then blatantly sold the fake Ugg boots to our officer at her then home after arranging to meet via Facebook.

“The fines given Mildenhall reflect how seriously the courts take the matter of counterfeit goods.”

Councillor Louise Chapman, the county council’s cabinet member for policy co ordination, added: “There are trademark rules for a reason and those who break them by selling counterfeit goods are committing a criminal offence which can lead to prosecution and a conviction.”
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