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Colin McNeil (born December 21, 1972 in Lanark, Scotland) is a professional boxer. He won a bronze medal at the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and also competed in the 2002 Commonwealth Games. McNeil began boxing professionally late in his life, making his debuting during 2004 at the age of 32. He participated in The Contender Challenge: UK vs. USA, facing Cornelius Bundrage. He is also scheduled to face his Contender team-mate, Ross Minter in June 2007.
Video: Of Monsters and Men Show Playful Side on ‘Mountain Sound’. But according to guitarist Brynjar Leifsson, the band hasn’t quite started to write together yet, instead focusing on some needed downtime. You spend your time at home with your family because you haven’t seen them for months, he said. Whatever ideas the individual members have come up with will evolve once they begin writing as a unit. I think we’re all very stubborn people, so we are all full of ideas, Hilmarsdottir said. After the success of Little Talks, they won’t be able to make the new album entirely under the radar like they did previously. That album was made entirely out of ‘Why not?' Leifsson said. We are in a totally different mindset, a different place than we were when we wrote our album, Hilmarsdottir said, which is not good or bad. It’s just different. In This Article: Of Monsters and Men. Want more Rolling Stone?
Jeremy goes to extreme lengths to solve local legends about mysterious creatures of the deep, often finding the reality can be a lot more scary. Gotcha! The plucky adventurer grapples with a stingray on the banks of the Parana River in Argentina. Most stingrays have one or more barbed stings on their tail, which are used exclusively in self-defence.