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I am Christine Smith

2020.10.28 05:26 mtp6921 I am Christine Smith

I was a product of a self righteous father who ingrained in me that less is better. When the popularity of the internet was in full force in the early 2000’s I took a back seat to it. In fact I didn’t have any social media accounts.
I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated from high school in the early 2000’s so I joined the peace corps where I traveled to Africa and South America. I had mixed emotions regarding my experiences especially in Africa, where I wasn’t viewed very highly as being a woman.
I finally gave up all my traveling and even my religion in 2019. I was a different person now I started to find more answers on the internet versus looking through the Bible. The priests and ministers that I at one time thought as the know all be alls some how had lost their luster with me.
I essentially had to start all over in my 30’s. I enrolled in nursing school and I wanted to reconnect with everyone from my past.
My parents had me in their 40’s and unfortunately both of them have died. I was an only child, but I did have cousins, though I haven’t seen or heard from them in about 20 years.
I decided to start a Facebook account. I’ve learned that being named Christine Smith and having a common looking face aren’t always the best combinations. Growing up I had a ton of doppelgängers. My parents were German and Irish which somehow gave he very common facial features on top of the millions of Chris Smith’s out there.
My hometown was in Bristol Pennsylvania, which has more people commuting to New York City than people actually working in Philadelphia, which is only less than an hour away.
I created my Facebook page and I started to find and attempted to add people from my past. The people I met in the Peace Corps were easy and accepted my friend request right away. My relatives and high school friends were a different story.
I sent a message to my first cousin Lauren. We were both the same age and we would see each other on a regular basis growing up. I didn’t get a response. I thought she would have been like “wow I missed you,” but I received nothing back. In fact, I had received no responses other than people who were living in South America and Africa. I was really starting to feel alone being back in Pennsylvania. All the people who I knew growing up with either I lost their phone numbers or they had moved. I had a good amount of close friends in high school from all of the sports activities I was involved in.
The loneliness really caught up to me one Friday night on top of being ghosted by everyone that I had grown up with. I was “stalking” people on Facebook and I noticed that my cousin Lauren had a friend whose Facebook page wasn’t set to private. I learned from this friend that Lauren was actually getting married next week. I was looking through photos and noticed that Lauren had a bachelorette party last Saturday. I felt extremely hurt that I wasn’t even invited to the upcoming wedding. I thought to myself what did I do or what did my family do to make everyone ghost me. As I continued to look through Lauren’s bachelorette photos I came across something very odd. Lauren had five bridesmaids and one of them was tagged as Chris Smith.
I clicked on Chris Smith and her page was set to private, but She had Bensalem Pa on her main page for the public to see. I thought to myself that’s odd that this Chris Smith lived in the next town over to Bristol which was practically walking distance. Another odd thing was Chris Smith could almost pass for me. Almost the same way that Alec Baldwin’s character looks like Donald Trump during the SNL skit though it doesn’t take long to realize the differences in their facial features.
I was a little bit taken back. I said out loud to myself “no this can’t be. Is there someone impersonating me?”
All of my high school friends had their Facebook pages set to private, but one girl, Becky who I knew from field hockey. She had her friends as viewable to the public. Becky had this Chris Smith as a friend. Now I’m fairly convinced that something shady is going on. I grew up in Bristol and I don’t remember a Chris Smith from the neighboring town who knows two people that I know.
Since no one was responding to me on Facebook, I decided to show up to my cousins wedding this weekend. I saw a wedding announcement online but I didn’t see the location. I must have contacted 20 different wedding venues before I found the venue that confirmed that Lauren was getting married there this weekend.
The venue was in Phoenixville PA which was about an hour away. I didn’t want to ruin Lauren’s wedding. At this point I just wanted to try to get more information on this Chris Smith. I got to the venue early and parked in the parking lot. One by one I observed all my relatives show up, which was a little heartbreaking because I have been alone for some time now.
Then I saw this Chris Smith pull into the parking lot with an unknown guy and I saw her hug one of my other cousins Jenny. I am now further convinced that this Chris Smith is impersonating me. I knew if I stormed into the wedding I would be the center of attention so I didn’t want that, so I decided to wait until the wedding was over and follow this Chris Smith hopefully home.
At about midnight the wedding party had finally finished and most of the people started to funnel into the parking lot. Chris Smith left with her date and I followed them. I never seen this guy before. Eventually they stopped at an apartment in Bensalem. I noted that this Chris Smith was completely wasted and the guy who she was with probably shouldn’t have been driving either. They both went into the apartment and I sat in my car contemplating what to do next. I finally decided to make the outlandish decision to see if I could break into the apartment. I waited a couple of hours to make sure they were both sleeping. I looked through the windows and based on the female decor I could tell it was this Chris Smith’s apartment versus the unknown guy’s.
I noticed that the kitchen window was cracked open, so I attempted to open the window and learned that I could get into the apartment. I crawled through the window and tiptoed around the apartment. I used my phone as a light source.
Suddenly, A sense of panic came over me when I heard someone come out of the bedroom. It was the guy and I had no place to hide. Luckily, he was too wasted to figure out that I wasn’t the Chris Smith in the bedroom. He kind of muttered something about being thirsty and got water and headed back to the bedroom. I pretty much had a heart attack, but I pulled myself together.
I continued to look around the apartment and I eventually felt like I was a ghost. Picture after picture strewn across the apartment were people I knew growing up, but instead of being pictured with me they were pictured with this impersonator.
I finally found the clue that I was looking for. Before I left for the peace corps someone had stolen some of my personal items that I had in storage and one of those items was my senior year’s high school yearbook. The person also stole some personal photographs. So I gather that this impersonator saw all the people who signed my yearbook and reached out to them on Facebook. She used my personal photos with other people as well to gain rapport. The other scary part is that I figured this person was probably using my social security number and everything else. I saw old Christmas cards that were sent by my family members and addressed to “Christine”. One of the cards even referenced the passing of my parents.
I left the apartment through the front door. It’s now 5:00 am and I’m completely exhausted. I’m trying to jog my memory to figure out who this person impersonating me actually is.
Finally it dawned on me. I remembered that I went on a church related camping trip with my family in the sixth grade. There was this really shy homeschooled girl who my Dad joked that she looked like my twin sister. I completely forgot about her until I saw pictures of her in that apartment. I figured that I must have left a really big impression with her. My mother made me correspond with her via letters. I refused to call her so I compromised by replying to her letter.
I realized that it was going to be pretty easy to regain my identity with the people from my past. I took some of the envelopes from the impersonators apartment that had family and friends addresses on them.
I waited a week to contact Lauren and I sent her a letter detailing how I was the real Christine Smith. I asked her to to call or text me. I received a text about two weeks later where she asked me “when our families went to Disney World in 1996 where did we stay?” I responded “we both decided that we were both to old for Disney so we went to Universal instead.”
She then texted “What the fuck is going on?”
I responded to please meet me at the McDonald’s in Bristol.
We met the following day and we greeted each other with a hug and we both cried. She eventually realized that most of her wedding pictures were ruined because they contained an impersonator. I guess that was something that I didn’t think of when I didn’t want to ruin her wedding.
We both came up with a plan. Rather than drag this out we were both going to knock on her door and and just tell the impersonator that the ruse was up and just to go away. We weren’t going to drag this out and tell anyone else that for nearly 15 years someone had been impersonating me.
So the same day we went to the apartment and knocked on the door. I remembered her name was Kim. She opened the door and I said “Sorry Kim we you have been outed stop impersonating me”.
She quivered for a few moments and said “Lauren what are you talking about”.
I said “you have two choices. One you move away and never come back and I won’t call the police or two I call the police and you go to jail.”
This Kim girl started crying hysterically and said “please Lauren don’t do this.”
Both Lauren and I looked at her in a very stern manner. I told her that before I was leaving I was taken everything from her apartment that was associated with me and I made her disable her Facebook page.
The impersonator started sobbing and saying “Lauren you know I was arrested a decade ago you can’t go to the police.”
Apparently this impersonator had committed manslaughter and any further arrest would imprison her potentially for life.
The impersonator had disappeared as we instructed and I finally felt like part of something again.
Christmas time was great. I went over to my Aunts house and everyone was so happy to see me.
Then that almost changed when my uncle said something to me. He said “Christine I could have sworn that birthmark on your face was on the left side and not the right when you were a baby.”
I felt a sense of panic come over me. I had visions of My parents punishing me for weeks at a time when I couldn’t recite the Bible. I remembered spending countless hours by myself as I watched other kids going to school through my bedroom window. Then it dawned on me, when I remembered the letter that I got from Christine in 1996 telling me that she went to Universal Studios.
My whole head started to feel like it was starting to spin. I finally regained my composure and laughed it off to my Uncle saying “oh stop it”. I scrambled to find a black marker and used makeup to conceal my existing birth mark. Then I went back out to the party as “Christine Smith” again.
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2020.10.19 14:15 mtp6921 I am Christine Smith.

I was a product of a self righteous father who ingrained in me that less is better. When the popularity of the internet was in full force in the early 2000’s I took a back seat to it. In fact I didn’t have any social media accounts.
I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated from high school in the early 2000’s so I joined the peace corps where I traveled to Africa and South America. I had mixed emotions regarding my experiences especially in Africa, where I wasn’t viewed very highly as being a woman.
I finally gave up all my traveling and even my religion in 2019. I was a different person now I started to find more answers on the internet versus looking through the Bible. The priests and ministers that I at one time thought as the know all be alls some how had lost their luster with me.
I essentially had to start all over in my 30’s. I enrolled in nursing school and I wanted to reconnect with everyone from my past.
My parents had me in their 40’s and unfortunately both of them have died. I was an only child, but I did have cousins, though I haven’t seen or heard from them in about 20 years.
I decided to start a Facebook account. I’ve learned that being named Christine Smith and having a common looking face aren’t always the best combinations. Growing up I had a ton of doppelgängers. My parents were German and Irish which somehow gave he very common facial features on top of the millions of Chris Smith’s out there.
My hometown was in Bristol Pennsylvania, which has more people commuting to New York City than people actually working in Philadelphia, which is only less than an hour away.
I created my Facebook page and I started to find and attempted to add people from my past. The people I met in the Peace Corps were easy and accepted my friend request right away. My relatives and high school friends were a different story.
I sent a message to my first cousin Lauren. We were both the same age and we would see each other on a regular basis growing up. I didn’t get a response. I thought she would have been like “wow I missed you,” but I received nothing back. In fact, I had received no responses other than people who were living in South America and Africa. I was really starting to feel alone being back in Pennsylvania. All the people who I knew growing up with either I lost their phone numbers or they had moved. I had a good amount of close friends in high school from all of the sports activities I was involved in.
The loneliness really caught up to me one Friday night on top of being ghosted by everyone that I had grown up with. I was “stalking” people on Facebook and I noticed that my cousin Lauren had a friend whose Facebook page wasn’t set to private. I learned from this friend that Lauren was actually getting married next week. I was looking through photos and noticed that Lauren had a bachelorette party last Saturday. I felt extremely hurt that I wasn’t even invited to the upcoming wedding. I thought to myself what did I do or what did my family do to make everyone ghost me. As I continued to look through Lauren’s bachelorette photos I came across something very odd. Lauren had five bridesmaids and one of them was tagged as Chris Smith.
I clicked on Chris Smith and her page was set to private, but She had Bensalem Pa on her main page for the public to see. I thought to myself that’s odd that this Chris Smith lived in the next town over to Bristol which was practically walking distance. Another odd thing was Chris Smith could almost pass for me. Almost the same way that Alec Baldwin’s character looks like Donald Trump during the SNL skit though it doesn’t take long to realize the differences in their facial features.
I was a little bit taken back. I said out loud to myself “no this can’t be. Is there someone impersonating me?”
All of my high school friends had their Facebook pages set to private, but one girl, Becky who I knew from field hockey. She had her friends as viewable to the public. Becky had this Chris Smith as a friend. Now I’m fairly convinced that something shady is going on. I grew up in Bristol and I don’t remember a Chris Smith from the neighboring town who knows two people that I know.
Since no one was responding to me on Facebook, I decided to show up to my cousins wedding this weekend. I saw a wedding announcement online but I didn’t see the location. I must have contacted 20 different wedding venues before I found the venue that confirmed that Lauren was getting married there this weekend.
The venue was in Phoenixville PA which was about an hour away. I didn’t want to ruin Lauren’s wedding. At this point I just wanted to try to get more information on this Chris Smith. I got to the venue early and parked in the parking lot. One by one I observed all my relatives show up, which was a little heartbreaking because I have been alone for some time now.
Then I saw this Chris Smith pull into the parking lot with an unknown guy and I saw her hug one of my other cousins Jenny. I am now further convinced that this Chris Smith is impersonating me. I knew if I stormed into the wedding I would be the center of attention so I didn’t want that, so I decided to wait until the wedding was over and follow this Chris Smith hopefully home.
At about midnight the wedding party had finally finished and most of the people started to funnel into the parking lot. Chris Smith left with her date and I followed them. I never seen this guy before. Eventually they stopped at an apartment in Bensalem. I noted that this Chris Smith was completely wasted and the guy who she was with probably shouldn’t have been driving either. They both went into the apartment and I sat in my car contemplating what to do next. I finally decided to make the outlandish decision to see if I could break into the apartment. I waited a couple of hours to make sure they were both sleeping. I looked through the windows and based on the female decor I could tell it was this Chris Smith’s apartment versus the unknown guy’s.
I noticed that the kitchen window was cracked open, so I attempted to open the window and learned that I could get into the apartment. I crawled through the window and tiptoed around the apartment. I used my phone as a light source.
Suddenly, A sense of panic came over me when I heard someone come out of the bedroom. It was the guy and I had no place to hide. Luckily, he was too wasted to figure out that I wasn’t the Chris Smith in the bedroom. He kind of muttered something about being thirsty and got water and headed back to the bedroom. I pretty much had a heart attack, but I pulled myself together.
I continued to look around the apartment and I eventually felt like I was a ghost. Picture after picture strewn across the apartment were people I knew growing up, but instead of being pictured with me they were pictured with this impersonator.
I finally found the clue that I was looking for. Before I left for the peace corps someone had stolen some of my personal items that I had in storage and one of those items was my senior year’s high school yearbook. The person also stole some personal photographs. So I gather that this impersonator saw all the people who signed my yearbook and reached out to them on Facebook. She used my personal photos with other people as well to gain rapport. The other scary part is that I figured this person was probably using my social security number and everything else. I saw old Christmas cards that were sent by my family members and addressed to “Christine”. One of the cards even referenced the passing of my parents.
I left the apartment through the front door. It’s now 5:00 am and I’m completely exhausted. I’m trying to jog my memory to figure out who this person impersonating me actually is.
Finally it dawned on me. I remembered that I went on a church related camping trip with my family in the sixth grade. There was this really shy homeschooled girl who my Dad joked that she looked like my twin sister. I completely forgot about her until I saw pictures of her in that apartment. I figured that I must have left a really big impression with her. My mother made me correspond with her via letters. I refused to call her so I compromised by replying to her letter.
I realized that it was going to be pretty easy to regain my identity with the people from my past. I took some of the envelopes from the impersonators apartment that had family and friends addresses on them.
I waited a week to contact Lauren and I sent her a letter detailing how I was the real Christine Smith. I asked her to to call or text me. I received a text about two weeks later where she asked me “when our families went to Disney World in 1996 where did we stay?” I responded “we both decided that we were both to old for Disney so we went to Universal instead.”
She then texted “What the fuck is going on?”
I responded to please meet me at the McDonald’s in Bristol.
We met the following day and we greeted each other with a hug and we both cried. She eventually realized that most of her wedding pictures were ruined because they contained an impersonator. I guess that was something that I didn’t think of when I didn’t want to ruin her wedding.
We both came up with a plan. Rather than drag this out we were both going to knock on her door and and just tell the impersonator that the ruse was up and just to go away. We weren’t going to drag this out and tell anyone else that for nearly 15 years someone had been impersonating me.
So the same day we went to the apartment and knocked on the door. I remembered her name was Kim. She opened the door and I said “Sorry Kim we you have been outed stop impersonating me”.
She quivered for a few moments and said “Lauren what are you talking about”.
I said “you have two choices. One you move away and never come back and I won’t call the police or two I call the police and you go to jail.”
This Kim girl started crying hysterically and said “please Lauren don’t do this.”
Both Lauren and I looked at her in a very stern manner. I told her that before I was leaving I was taken everything from her apartment that was associated with me and I made her disable her Facebook page.
The impersonator started sobbing and saying “Lauren you know I was arrested a decade ago you can’t go to the police.”
Apparently this impersonator had committed manslaughter and any further arrest would imprison her potentially for life.
The impersonator had disappeared as we instructed and I finally felt like part of something again.
Christmas time was great. I went over to my Aunts house and everyone was so happy to see me.
Then that almost changed when my uncle said something to me. He said “Christine I could have sworn that birthmark on your face was on the left side and not the right when you were a baby.”
I felt a sense of panic come over me. I had visions of My parents punishing me for weeks at a time when I couldn’t recite the Bible. I remembered spending countless hours by myself as I watched other kids going to school through my bedroom window. Then it dawned on me, when I remembered the letter that I got from Christine in 1996 telling me that she went to Universal Studios.
My whole head started to feel like it was starting to spin. I finally regained my composure and laughed it off to my Uncle saying “oh stop it”. I scrambled to find a black marker and used makeup to conceal my existing birth mark. Then I went back out to the party as “Christine Smith” again.
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2020.10.19 14:13 mtp6921 I am Christine Smith.

I was a product of a self righteous father who ingrained in me that less is better. When the popularity of the internet was in full force in the early 2000’s I took a back seat to it. In fact I didn’t have any social media accounts.
I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated from high school in the early 2000’s so I joined the peace corps where I traveled to Africa and South America. I had mixed emotions regarding my experiences especially in Africa, where I wasn’t viewed very highly as being a woman.
I finally gave up all my traveling and even my religion in 2019. I was a different person now I started to find more answers on the internet versus looking through the Bible. The priests and ministers that I at one time thought as the know all be alls some how had lost their luster with me.
I essentially had to start all over in my 30’s. I enrolled in nursing school and I wanted to reconnect with everyone from my past.
My parents had me in their 40’s and unfortunately both of them have died. I was an only child, but I did have cousins, though I haven’t seen or heard from them in about 20 years.
I decided to start a Facebook account. I’ve learned that being named Christine Smith and having a common looking face aren’t always the best combinations. Growing up I had a ton of doppelgängers. My parents were German and Irish which somehow gave he very common facial features on top of the millions of Chris Smith’s out there.
My hometown was in Bristol Pennsylvania, which has more people commuting to New York City than people actually working in Philadelphia, which is only less than an hour away.
I created my Facebook page and I started to find and attempted to add people from my past. The people I met in the Peace Corps were easy and accepted my friend request right away. My relatives and high school friends were a different story.
I sent a message to my first cousin Lauren. We were both the same age and we would see each other on a regular basis growing up. I didn’t get a response. I thought she would have been like “wow I missed you,” but I received nothing back. In fact, I had received no responses other than people who were living in South America and Africa. I was really starting to feel alone being back in Pennsylvania. All the people who I knew growing up with either I lost their phone numbers or they had moved. I had a good amount of close friends in high school from all of the sports activities I was involved in.
The loneliness really caught up to me one Friday night on top of being ghosted by everyone that I had grown up with. I was “stalking” people on Facebook and I noticed that my cousin Lauren had a friend whose Facebook page wasn’t set to private. I learned from this friend that Lauren was actually getting married next week. I was looking through photos and noticed that Lauren had a bachelorette party last Saturday. I felt extremely hurt that I wasn’t even invited to the upcoming wedding. I thought to myself what did I do or what did my family do to make everyone ghost me. As I continued to look through Lauren’s bachelorette photos I came across something very odd. Lauren had five bridesmaids and one of them was tagged as Chris Smith.
I clicked on Chris Smith and her page was set to private, but She had Bensalem Pa on her main page for the public to see. I thought to myself that’s odd that this Chris Smith lived in the next town over to Bristol which was practically walking distance. Another odd thing was Chris Smith could almost pass for me. Almost the same way that Alec Baldwin’s character looks like Donald Trump during the SNL skit though it doesn’t take long to realize the differences in their facial features.
I was a little bit taken back. I said out loud to myself “no this can’t be. Is there someone impersonating me?”
All of my high school friends had their Facebook pages set to private, but one girl, Becky who I knew from field hockey. She had her friends as viewable to the public. Becky had this Chris Smith as a friend. Now I’m fairly convinced that something shady is going on. I grew up in Bristol and I don’t remember a Chris Smith from the neighboring town who knows two people that I know.
Since no one was responding to me on Facebook, I decided to show up to my cousins wedding this weekend. I saw a wedding announcement online but I didn’t see the location. I must have contacted 20 different wedding venues before I found the venue that confirmed that Lauren was getting married there this weekend.
The venue was in Phoenixville PA which was about an hour away. I didn’t want to ruin Lauren’s wedding. At this point I just wanted to try to get more information on this Chris Smith. I got to the venue early and parked in the parking lot. One by one I observed all my relatives show up, which was a little heartbreaking because I have been alone for some time now.
Then I saw this Chris Smith pull into the parking lot with an unknown guy and I saw her hug one of my other cousins Jenny. I am now further convinced that this Chris Smith is impersonating me. I knew if I stormed into the wedding I would be the center of attention so I didn’t want that, so I decided to wait until the wedding was over and follow this Chris Smith hopefully home.
At about midnight the wedding party had finally finished and most of the people started to funnel into the parking lot. Chris Smith left with her date and I followed them. I never seen this guy before. Eventually they stopped at an apartment in Bensalem. I noted that this Chris Smith was completely wasted and the guy who she was with probably shouldn’t have been driving either. They both went into the apartment and I sat in my car contemplating what to do next. I finally decided to make the outlandish decision to see if I could break into the apartment. I waited a couple of hours to make sure they were both sleeping. I looked through the windows and based on the female decor I could tell it was this Chris Smith’s apartment versus the unknown guy’s.
I noticed that the kitchen window was cracked open, so I attempted to open the window and learned that I could get into the apartment. I crawled through the window and tiptoed around the apartment. I used my phone as a light source.
Suddenly, A sense of panic came over me when I heard someone come out of the bedroom. It was the guy and I had no place to hide. Luckily, he was too wasted to figure out that I wasn’t the Chris Smith in the bedroom. He kind of muttered something about being thirsty and got water and headed back to the bedroom. I pretty much had a heart attack, but I pulled myself together.
I continued to look around the apartment and I eventually felt like I was a ghost. Picture after picture strewn across the apartment were people I knew growing up, but instead of being pictured with me they were pictured with this impersonator.
I finally found the clue that I was looking for. Before I left for the peace corps someone had stolen some of my personal items that I had in storage and one of those items was my senior year’s high school yearbook. The person also stole some personal photographs. So I gather that this impersonator saw all the people who signed my yearbook and reached out to them on Facebook. She used my personal photos with other people as well to gain rapport. The other scary part is that I figured this person was probably using my social security number and everything else. I saw old Christmas cards that were sent by my family members and addressed to “Christine”. One of the cards even referenced the passing of my parents.
I left the apartment through the front door. It’s now 5:00 am and I’m completely exhausted. I’m trying to jog my memory to figure out who this person impersonating me actually is.
Finally it dawned on me. I remembered that I went on a church related camping trip with my family in the sixth grade. There was this really shy homeschooled girl who my Dad joked that she looked like my twin sister. I completely forgot about her until I saw pictures of her in that apartment. I figured that I must have left a really big impression with her. My mother made me correspond with her via letters. I refused to call her so I compromised by replying to her letter.
I realized that it was going to be pretty easy to regain my identity with the people from my past. I took some of the envelopes from the impersonators apartment that had family and friends addresses on them.
I waited a week to contact Lauren and I sent her a letter detailing how I was the real Christine Smith. I asked her to to call or text me. I received a text about two weeks later where she asked me “when our families went to Disney World in 1996 where did we stay?” I responded “we both decided that we were both to old for Disney so we went to Universal instead.”
She then texted “What the fuck is going on?”
I responded to please meet me at the McDonald’s in Bristol.
We met the following day and we greeted each other with a hug and we both cried. She eventually realized that most of her wedding pictures were ruined because they contained an impersonator. I guess that was something that I didn’t think of when I didn’t want to ruin her wedding.
We both came up with a plan. Rather than drag this out we were both going to knock on her door and and just tell the impersonator that the ruse was up and just to go away. We weren’t going to drag this out and tell anyone else that for nearly 15 years someone had been impersonating me.
So the same day we went to the apartment and knocked on the door. I remembered her name was Kim. She opened the door and I said “Sorry Kim we you have been outed stop impersonating me”.
She quivered for a few moments and said “Lauren what are you talking about”.
I said “you have two choices. One you move away and never come back and I won’t call the police or two I call the police and you go to jail.”
This Kim girl started crying hysterically and said “please Lauren don’t do this.”
Both Lauren and I looked at her in a very stern manner. I told her that before I was leaving I was taken everything from her apartment that was associated with me and I made her disable her Facebook page.
The impersonator started sobbing and saying “Lauren you know I was arrested a decade ago you can’t go to the police.”
Apparently this impersonator had committed manslaughter and any further arrest would imprison her potentially for life.
The impersonator had disappeared as we instructed and I finally felt like part of something again.
Christmas time was great. I went over to my Aunts house and everyone was so happy to see me.
Then that almost changed when my uncle said something to me. He said “Christine I could have sworn that birthmark on your face was on the left side and not the right when you were a baby.”
I felt a sense of panic come over me. I had visions of My parents punishing me for weeks at a time when I couldn’t recite the Bible. I remembered spending countless hours by myself as I watched other kids going to school through my bedroom window. Then it dawned on me, when I remembered the letter that I got from Christine in 1996 telling me that she went to Universal Studios.
My whole head started to feel like it was starting to spin. I finally regained my composure and laughed it off to my Uncle saying “oh stop it”. I scrambled to find a black marker and used makeup to conceal my existing birth mark. Then I went back out to the party as “Christine Smith” again.
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2020.10.19 14:12 mtp6921 I am Christine Smith.

I was a product of a self righteous father who ingrained in me that less is better. When the popularity of the internet was in full force in the early 2000’s I took a back seat to it. In fact I didn’t have any social media accounts.
I didn’t know what I wanted to do when I graduated from high school in the early 2000’s so I joined the peace corps where I traveled to Africa and South America. I had mixed emotions regarding my experiences especially in Africa, where I wasn’t viewed very highly as being a woman.
I finally gave up all my traveling and even my religion in 2019. I was a different person now I started to find more answers on the internet versus looking through the Bible. The priests and ministers that I at one time thought as the know all be alls some how had lost their luster with me.
I essentially had to start all over in my 30’s. I enrolled in nursing school and I wanted to reconnect with everyone from my past.
My parents had me in their 40’s and unfortunately both of them have died. I was an only child, but I did have cousins, though I haven’t seen or heard from them in about 20 years.
I decided to start a Facebook account. I’ve learned that being named Christine Smith and having a common looking face aren’t always the best combinations. Growing up I had a ton of doppelgängers. My parents were German and Irish which somehow gave he very common facial features on top of the millions of Chris Smith’s out there.
My hometown was in Bristol Pennsylvania, which has more people commuting to New York City than people actually working in Philadelphia, which is only less than an hour away.
I created my Facebook page and I started to find and attempted to add people from my past. The people I met in the Peace Corps were easy and accepted my friend request right away. My relatives and high school friends were a different story.
I sent a message to my first cousin Lauren. We were both the same age and we would see each other on a regular basis growing up. I didn’t get a response. I thought she would have been like “wow I missed you,” but I received nothing back. In fact, I had received no responses other than people who were living in South America and Africa. I was really starting to feel alone being back in Pennsylvania. All the people who I knew growing up with either I lost their phone numbers or they had moved. I had a good amount of close friends in high school from all of the sports activities I was involved in.
The loneliness really caught up to me one Friday night on top of being ghosted by everyone that I had grown up with. I was “stalking” people on Facebook and I noticed that my cousin Lauren had a friend whose Facebook page wasn’t set to private. I learned from this friend that Lauren was actually getting married next week. I was looking through photos and noticed that Lauren had a bachelorette party last Saturday. I felt extremely hurt that I wasn’t even invited to the upcoming wedding. I thought to myself what did I do or what did my family do to make everyone ghost me. As I continued to look through Lauren’s bachelorette photos I came across something very odd. Lauren had five bridesmaids and one of them was tagged as Chris Smith.
I clicked on Chris Smith and her page was set to private, but She had Bensalem Pa on her main page for the public to see. I thought to myself that’s odd that this Chris Smith lived in the next town over to Bristol which was practically walking distance. Another odd thing was Chris Smith could almost pass for me. Almost the same way that Alec Baldwin’s character looks like Donald Trump during the SNL skit though it doesn’t take long to realize the differences in their facial features.
I was a little bit taken back. I said out loud to myself “no this can’t be. Is there someone impersonating me?”
All of my high school friends had their Facebook pages set to private, but one girl, Becky who I knew from field hockey. She had her friends as viewable to the public. Becky had this Chris Smith as a friend. Now I’m fairly convinced that something shady is going on. I grew up in Bristol and I don’t remember a Chris Smith from the neighboring town who knows two people that I know.
Since no one was responding to me on Facebook, I decided to show up to my cousins wedding this weekend. I saw a wedding announcement online but I didn’t see the location. I must have contacted 20 different wedding venues before I found the venue that confirmed that Lauren was getting married there this weekend.
The venue was in Phoenixville PA which was about an hour away. I didn’t want to ruin Lauren’s wedding. At this point I just wanted to try to get more information on this Chris Smith. I got to the venue early and parked in the parking lot. One by one I observed all my relatives show up, which was a little heartbreaking because I have been alone for some time now.
Then I saw this Chris Smith pull into the parking lot with an unknown guy and I saw her hug one of my other cousins Jenny. I am now further convinced that this Chris Smith is impersonating me. I knew if I stormed into the wedding I would be the center of attention so I didn’t want that, so I decided to wait until the wedding was over and follow this Chris Smith hopefully home.
At about midnight the wedding party had finally finished and most of the people started to funnel into the parking lot. Chris Smith left with her date and I followed them. I never seen this guy before. Eventually they stopped at an apartment in Bensalem. I noted that this Chris Smith was completely wasted and the guy who she was with probably shouldn’t have been driving either. They both went into the apartment and I sat in my car contemplating what to do next. I finally decided to make the outlandish decision to see if I could break into the apartment. I waited a couple of hours to make sure they were both sleeping. I looked through the windows and based on the female decor I could tell it was this Chris Smith’s apartment versus the unknown guy’s.
I noticed that the kitchen window was cracked open, so I attempted to open the window and learned that I could get into the apartment. I crawled through the window and tiptoed around the apartment. I used my phone as a light source.
Suddenly, A sense of panic came over me when I heard someone come out of the bedroom. It was the guy and I had no place to hide. Luckily, he was too wasted to figure out that I wasn’t the Chris Smith in the bedroom. He kind of muttered something about being thirsty and got water and headed back to the bedroom. I pretty much had a heart attack, but I pulled myself together.
I continued to look around the apartment and I eventually felt like I was a ghost. Picture after picture strewn across the apartment were people I knew growing up, but instead of being pictured with me they were pictured with this impersonator.
I finally found the clue that I was looking for. Before I left for the peace corps someone had stolen some of my personal items that I had in storage and one of those items was my senior year’s high school yearbook. The person also stole some personal photographs. So I gather that this impersonator saw all the people who signed my yearbook and reached out to them on Facebook. She used my personal photos with other people as well to gain rapport. The other scary part is that I figured this person was probably using my social security number and everything else. I saw old Christmas cards that were sent by my family members and addressed to “Christine”. One of the cards even referenced the passing of my parents.
I left the apartment through the front door. It’s now 5:00 am and I’m completely exhausted. I’m trying to jog my memory to figure out who this person impersonating me actually is.
Finally it dawned on me. I remembered that I went on a church related camping trip with my family in the sixth grade. There was this really shy homeschooled girl who my Dad joked that she looked like my twin sister. I completely forgot about her until I saw pictures of her in that apartment. I figured that I must have left a really big impression with her. My mother made me correspond with her via letters. I refused to call her so I compromised by replying to her letter.
I realized that it was going to be pretty easy to regain my identity with the people from my past. I took some of the envelopes from the impersonators apartment that had family and friends addresses on them.
I waited a week to contact Lauren and I sent her a letter detailing how I was the real Christine Smith. I asked her to to call or text me. I received a text about two weeks later where she asked me “when our families went to Disney World in 1996 where did we stay?” I responded “we both decided that we were both to old for Disney so we went to Universal instead.”
She then texted “What the fuck is going on?”
I responded to please meet me at the McDonald’s in Bristol.
We met the following day and we greeted each other with a hug and we both cried. She eventually realized that most of her wedding pictures were ruined because they contained an impersonator. I guess that was something that I didn’t think of when I didn’t want to ruin her wedding.
We both came up with a plan. Rather than drag this out we were both going to knock on her door and and just tell the impersonator that the ruse was up and just to go away. We weren’t going to drag this out and tell anyone else that for nearly 15 years someone had been impersonating me.
So the same day we went to the apartment and knocked on the door. I remembered her name was Kim. She opened the door and I said “Sorry Kim we you have been outed stop impersonating me”.
She quivered for a few moments and said “Lauren what are you talking about”.
I said “you have two choices. One you move away and never come back and I won’t call the police or two I call the police and you go to jail.”
This Kim girl started crying hysterically and said “please Lauren don’t do this.”
Both Lauren and I looked at her in a very stern manner. I told her that before I was leaving I was taken everything from her apartment that was associated with me and I made her disable her Facebook page.
The impersonator started sobbing and saying “Lauren you know I was arrested a decade ago you can’t go to the police.”
Apparently this impersonator had committed manslaughter and any further arrest would imprison her potentially for life.
The impersonator had disappeared as we instructed and I finally felt like part of something again.
Christmas time was great. I went over to my Aunts house and everyone was so happy to see me.
Then that almost changed when my uncle said something to me. He said “Christine I could have sworn that birthmark on your face was on the left side and not the right when you were a baby.”
I felt a sense of panic come over me. I had visions of My parents punishing me for weeks at a time when I couldn’t recite the Bible. I remembered spending countless hours by myself as I watched other kids going to school through my bedroom window. Then it dawned on me, when I remembered the letter that I got from Christine in 1996 telling me that she went to Universal Studios.
My whole head started to feel like it was starting to spin. I finally regained my composure and laughed it off to my Uncle saying “oh stop it”. I scrambled to find a black marker and used makeup to conceal my existing birth mark. Then I went back out to the party as “Christine Smith” again.
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2020.10.12 17:54 thewestfamily Khloé and Malika on Emergency Contact with Simon Huck and Melissa Gray Washington

Simon and Khloé met when she was Nicole Richie’s assistant and Simon was Jonathan’s assistant. Khloé said her and Nicole were best friends growing up and she needed a job so she worked for her during the simple life days. She told Simon she met him “five faces ago”.
Khloé and Malika met when they’re 15/16, Malika was dating Khloé’s guy bff. He didn’t want them to meet and they know now that it was because he was lying to Malika, and he didn’t want her to find out. They accidentally met at his house and talked for two hours, then they went out that same night with Khadija, and they have been inseperable ever since.
They are each other’s emergency contact, Khloé says they may have borrow friends, or she may hang out with Kourtney and her friends whenever she needs a different energy, but she always goes back to Malika because that is her ride or die. Malika says she lets her have other friends for five seconds, but they are each other’s comfort zone.
Khloé says that Kim was obsessed with reality tv and Kourtney had been in a show before, but she was completely new to it and didn’t think it’d last, so she tried to have as much fun as possible. Simon says he realised the show had gotten huge when they shut down SoHo. Khloé says she realised in the first season of the Miami spin off because they were dealing with security, paps and fans. They couldn’t move as freely as they used to.
Malika used to be Khloé’s assistant, she said she learned a lot from Khloé, and it’s why she’s so organised now and she loves that she came along on Khloé’s journey. She said it started to negatively impact their relationship, when she was in work mode all day at Khloé’s house and when it was time to be friends, she was too exhausted to hang out.
Simon asks about the show, and if there were ever anything they didn’t want to show. Khloé says they’re really lucky to have the same film crew since day one and that they became like a second family. The crew would ask if they wanted to cover the stories in the news, and if there were ever anything they weren’t comfortable with they could just say no and it wouldn’t be a part of the show. Khloé says it can be hard because you relive the same trauma over and over again. You film it when it’s still fresh, then film interviews about it a month later, then watch the promo months later, then the episode air and you have to deal with the aftermath (the internet).
Khloé said they’ve been doing it for almost 15 years, that they’re all in such different places in their lives, they only get around 2 weeks off a year, and that some of them needed the break more than others. She isn’t good with change, she likes the consistency, she thinks it’s scary to take the break. Malika had a gut feeling it would end after season 20 but she didn’t want to bring it up. She thinks this break is good for Khloé because she has a lot of potential and she’ll discover something new. Khloé says she knows Malika will always be there, and it’s the same with her sisters, she can say the craziest things but she doesn’t care because she’ll see them the next day. She can still be sad over the show ending even though it was their decision.
Malika always saw them having babies around the same time, and they’re always talking about parenting. Khloé said it would be weird if one them had a baby and the other didn’t. Khloé is strict and firm, she is very militant. She has a strict schedule, she doesn’t give True artificial sugar but Kris did it for the first time a couple of months ago. Khloé is scared of giving unsolicited advice so she does it carefully, but Malika is very receptive.
Quiz time: Malika answered a bunch of questions and Khloé had to get the same answer.
What habit does Malika have that annoys Khloé the most? Khloé says it’s the crying.
What is Khloé’s biggest pet peeve? Malika said mess and Khloé said burping and poor manners.
What product can Khloé not live without? Khloé said powder or cleaning products. Malika said mascara
What is your most memorable argument? Khloé said it was over a truck Malika said Khloé saying she saw a UFO. Khloé said she was driving a hummer, she saw a UFO but Malika did not look up fast enough and didn’t see it. Khloé also filmed a UFO.
What is their favourite trip together? Khloé said it was Cuba. Malika said Turks and Caicos.
What is one talent that Malika has that people would be shocked to know? Khloé said braiding her hair Malika said it was untangling jewelry really fast.
What three celebrities - living or dead - would Khloé have at a dinner party? Khloé said Anna Nicole Smith, and her dad. Malika said Marilyn Monroe, her dad and Gladys Knight.
If Khloé could eat one meal for the rest of your life what would it be? Khloé said Cuban food Malika said pizza or pasta
Besides your phone what material item would Khloé bring on a deserted island? Khloé said music Malika said a bathing suit or sunglasses
What is their theme song? Khloé said Golden Girls theme song Malika said TLC what about your friends
They end with a question for both of them. What would people be surprised about to know about Khloé and Malika? Malika said Khloé is like a hard boiled egg, she has a shield up but she is very sensitive and sweet. Khloé said Malika is really a fun wild person, and we don’t really see that side.
What is their last dm or text to each other? Khloé sent a quote and Malika said amen. They usually talk shit about everything.
They end with a multiple choice quiz about tsunamis.
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2020.10.12 11:00 perochan NCT - NCT 2020 : RESONANCE Part 1 (2nd Full Album)

NCT - NCT 2020 : RESONANCE Part 1 (2nd Full Album)

NCT 2020 : RESONANCE Pt. 1

Release Date: October 12, 2020
Track Lyrics by Composed by Arranged by
01. NCT U (Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Jaemin, Lucas, Xiaojun, Shotaro) - Make A Wish (Birthday Song) / Audio PENOMECO, Damian Bobii Lewis, Karen Poole, Sonny J. Mason Sonny J. Mason
02. NCT U (Johnny, Taeyong, Mark, Hendery, Jeno, Yangyang, Sungchan) - Misfit / Audio Rick Bridges, Hwang Yubin Emile Ghantous, Keith Hetrick, Jordan Benjamin, Steve Daly, Alex Tanas, Mark Pellizzer, Victor Manzano Emile Ghantous, Keith Hetrick, Steve Daly, Alex Tanas, Mark Pellizzer
03. NCT U (Taeyong, Jaehyun, Winwin, Mark, Doyoung, Jungwoo, Lucas) - Volcano Cho Yoon Kyung Mike Daley, Mitchell Owens, Nicole 'Kole' Cohen, Adrian McKinnon Mike Daley, Mitchell Owens
04. NCT U (Taeyong, Doyoung, Kun, Sungchan) - 백열등 (Light Bulb) Kenzie, Kim Dong Hyun Kenzie, Jonathan Yip, Ray Romulus, Jeremy Reeves, Ray McCullough, Kim Dong Hyun Kenzie, The Stereotypes
05. NCT U (Taeil, Johnny, Yuta, Kun, Jaehyun, Jungwoo, Xiaojun, Chenle) - Dancing in the Rain Ji Yuri (Jam Factory), Jinri (Full8loom), Jaehyun Simon Petrén, Andreas Öberg, Ninos Hanna Simon Petrén
06. Interlude: Past to Present --- Royal Dive Royal Dive
07. NCT DREAM - 무대로 (Déjà Vu; 舞代路) / Audio Kim Minji (Jam Factory) Jonatan Gusmark, Ludvig Evers, Cazzi Opeia, Bobii Lewis Moonshine
08. WayV - 月之迷 (Nectar) Lyu Yiqiu David Wilson, Mike Daley, Douglas Paul Martung dwilly, Mike Daley, Douglas Paul Martung
09. NCT 127 - Music, Dance Kenzie Kenzie, Mike Daley, Mitchell Owens, Adrian McKinnon Mike Daley, Mitchell Owens
10. NCT U (Taeil, Johnny, Yuta, Ten, Lucas, Renjun, Haechan, Jisung) - 피아노 (Faded in My Last Song) Choi Ji Ae (Jam Factory) Jack Brady, Jordan Roman, Britt Burton, Patrick 'J Que' Smith, Aaron Berton, Andrew Hey, Sam Ramirez, Harvey Mason Jr. The Wavys, Harvey Mason Jr.
11. NCT U (Taeil, Doyoung, Kun, Haechan, Yuta, Renjun, Chenle) - From Home minGtion, JUNNY, Jenny Wang, Natsumi Kobayashi minGtion, JUNNY minGtion
12. NCT U (Taeil, Doyoung, Kun, Haechan, Yuta, Renjun, Chenle) - From Home (Korean Ver.) minGtion, JUNNY minGtion, JUNNY minGtion
13. NCT U (Taeyong, Doyoung, Jaehyun, Jaemin, Lucas, Xiaojun, Shotaro) - Make A Wish (Birthday Song) (English Ver.) Bobii Lewis, Karen Poole, Sonny J. Mason Bobii Lewis, Karen Poole, Sonny J. Mason Sonny J. Mason
STREAM ON Spotify / Apple Music / YouTube Music
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2020.10.07 19:48 crazyei8hts BFFL Week 5 Projections

Quarterbacks

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments.....................................
QB Amy Bostwick Broncos vs. Patriots 29 35 The Broncos have had quite the favorable schedule so far, which is good news for Amy owners. She could be the highest scoring player this week against a shoddy defense.
QB Ben None Dolphins @ Seahawks 45 33 Ben None was the highest scoring fantasy player last week and could go back-to-back against a Seahawks team that has given up many points in their past. Start him like always.
QB Drew Bledsoe Panthers vs. Bears 20 30 Drew is having a blast so far this season; he has the most passing yards in the league and has 11 touchdowns to go along with it. He's a rarity in that he's one of the best fantasy QBs without much of a running game. Anyway, keep starting him.
QB Chucky Flinder Giants @ Frogs 27 29 Chucky is just getting warmed up. After decimating the Patriots defense, Chucky gets to face the equally feeble Frogs on the other side of the line of scrimmage. Start Chucky with the utmost confidence this week!
QB Dante Robinson Lions @ Orcas 27 27 The Orcas have been trying to win games by outscoring their opponents, but that's a dangerous game to play against Dante. Although it would be good news for Dante fantasy owners! Hopefully he can have one of his usual huge games.
QB Eric Lebeaux Saints vs. Buccaneers 19 27 The Buccaneers have shut down pass-first QBs like Andy Gibbons and Rich Gannon, but they have wilted against running QBs like Dante Robinson and Debra Hannigan. Eric is, of course, a runner. Looks like the scales are tilting in Lebeaux's favor.
QB Betty Houstan Pigskins @ Stars 23 25 Betty has a juicy matchup this week and is fresh off a great day passing. She's got some real potential this week.
QB Steve McNair Fishes @ Bengals 11 22 Steve still is in a funk offensively, but a matchup against the winless Bengals might be just what he needs to turn it around. At least, we can hope so.
QB Jocinda Smith Rams vs. Rockets 38 22 Wowza! Jocinda had her best game yet with a 38 point bonanza. The Rockets are a slightly better defense, but Jocinda has been great again any opponent. No reason to doubt her here.
QB Colin Freeburg Ravens vs. Cardinals 15 21 Colin has been a pleasant surprise this season, averaging 23 points per game after only 15 per game in the simulated season. Does that mean he will regress to the mean? Hopefully not, because he has a nice matchup against the Cardinals this week.
QB Pete Wheeler Redskins @ Jaguars 12 21 The Redskins have a big game this week against the Jaguars, and it may require a little more passing from Pete. I'd expect a better game than he provided last week.
QB Judy Abwunza Bills @ Chiefs 11 20 Judy had a rough game against the Redskins, but she's got a chance to bounce back. The Bills will have to score a lot to keep up with the Chiefs, and Judy will now have that second option of running the ball.
QB Nestor Carpenter Chiefs vs. Bills 29 20 The Chiefs offense has been great, as we all expected. Nestor and his buddy Knuckles are tied for the 3rd highest scoring fantasy player so far this season. However, this is the toughest defense Nestor has had to face yet. He may take a step back from his usual outputs, but he still has the skills to put up points.
QB Debra Hannigan Rockets @ Rams 13 19 Debra's last two weeks have been a little bit of a skid, but she has too much talent to stay down for long. No reason to remove her from that QB2 slot.
QB Stuart Sullivan Orcas vs. Lions 17 18 It's gonna be a tough matchup here, but Stuart has been pretty even keel (except for that one bad game). His ceiling is limited, but he could put up a decent game.
QB Rich Gannon Bears @ Panthers 24 17 The Panthers have actually been a nuisance on defense to other teams, so the Bears' struggles might continue. But don't get me wrong, they'll still keep trying to pass until they can get things straightened out.
QB Lori Temple Frogs vs. Giants 19 17 Lori has picked it up in her last two games, so it might be time to strike while the iron is hot. The Giants have a below average defense. Lori has an outside chance at her first 20-pointer this week.
QB Debby Nagasawa Jaguars vs. Redskins 18 15 Debby runs into the dreaded Redskins matchup, which severely limits her fantasy ceiling because she won't get to run wild like usual. I wouldn't say bench her, but brace for impact.
QB Sally Dobbs Buccaneers @ Saints 29 14 Sally had a massive stat line last game, although that was against the Stars. I don't think she'll be able to replicate those numbers against a more competent team.
QB Julio Henderson Seahawks vs. Dolphins 19 13 If you take out Julio's week 3 goose egg, he's actually averaging 19 points per game. However, you can't do that, so he's averaging 14 points per game. Still, that's better than we expected of him coming into this season.
QB No Name 3 174 Bengals vs. Fishes 15 11 No Name has been one of the biggest QB disappointments this season, only averaging 13 points per game after averaging 18 in the simulated season. I just don't see a favorable matchup in her sight soon.
QB Zena Fromme Cardinals @ Ravens 11 7 Zena is going against a harsh defense this week. She may be on her backside more often than she is upright and passing the ball.
QB Andy Gibbons Stars vs. Pigskins 5 7 That seems a little more like the Andy we've come to know. Not the best fantasy option, especially against a Pigskins offense that has been shutting down opposing QBs.
QB Sharon Crowe Patriots @ Broncos 5 4 Sharon is averaging 7 points per game so far this season. Not what you want from your QB, but hopefully she's your third stringer and not your second stringer.

Tight Ends, Running Backs, and Wide Receivers

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments........................................
WR Mindy Weaver Panthers vs. Bears 24 31 Alright, time to brag about Mindy. Not only does she have the most receiving touchdowns (7), the most total touchdowns (9), and the most fantasy points (139), she also has 134 MORE RECEIVING YARDS than anybody else! That's a whole great game's worth of yardage, and the season is only 4 weeks old!
WR Brett Favre Broncos vs. Patriots 31 28 It looks like Brett is the receiver to start in this Broncos offense. He has 77 points over his last two games and shows no signs of slowing down.
WR Jimmy Rockfish Dolphins @ Seahawks 21 26 Jimmy has been nothing short of spectacular this season and will remain near the top of the WR fantasy rankings all season long. Start him with confidence!
WR Lance Lundergaard Pigskins @ Stars 20 25 Lance has been eerily consistent the past few weeks, with scores of 21, 19, and 20. I could definitely see him getting another 20-pointer against an awful Stars defense.
WR Reese Worthington Orcas vs. Lions 11 24 "Reese sweepstakes is a lie" - Yuryavic. But for real, Reese has really cooled off after his opening week explosion. However, the Orcas will need a big game from their star receiver, and Reese tends to step up when the stakes are higher. Reese should have a good game here.
WR Baloney Maloney Frogs vs. Giants 20 23 Despite being one point behind Greg last week, Baloney is still the top receiver in this offense. With two straight 20-point games, it sure feels like Baloney could get a third.
WR Maria Luna Bills @ Chiefs 10 22 Maria had a bad game last weekend, but it was only because she was playing the Redskins. She should be back at full strength this week and put up her usual big numbers again, even in a tough matchup.
WR Vicki Kawaguchi Rams vs. Rockets 39 21 After mustering up only 5 points in week 3, Vicki went off the charts for 39 last week. I'd expect her to even out and end up somewhere in between those this week.
WR Rainbow Callahan Bears @ Panthers 19 20 Rainbow improved a little bit last week with a 19 point performance, but that's still not what we've come to expect from her. I'd like to think she can get it going. At least, the Bears need her too if they wanna start winning again.
WR Knuckles McGhee Chiefs vs. Bills 34 20 Knuckles is facing a tough defense this week, but it's nothing he hasn't seen before. He may be a bit below his season average, but don't you dare think about taking him out of your starting lineup yet.
WR Mohammed Springsteen Fishes @ Bengals 0 20 It's been tough for the Fishes lately, but this is a matchup Mohammed can exploit. He might be able to reach the end zone rushing AND receiving this week.
WR Yasmin Kristov Lions @ Orcas 5 20 Yasmin was nowhere to be found next week, but she's too vital to this offense to be held back for long. I'd expect bigger things from her this week.
WR Amir Khan Ravens vs. Cardinals 5 20 Amir had his first bad game of the season, but he should be able to rebound quickly against a Cardinals team that just allowed 48 points to their two opposing WR's last week. Good starter in this one.
WR Fred Sanders Seahawks vs. Dolphins 28 20 Rushing, receiving, Fred can do it all. He could probably pass, too, if the coaches let him. He's one of the most consistent fantasy players and will find a way to get his weekly chunk of points.
WR Mike Schwartz Buccaneers @ Saints 20 18 Mike surprised us a bit with two rushing touchdowns, even though he's usually a more valuable receiver. He'll be the Bucs' main lifeline in this one.
WR Neal Smith Jaguars vs. Redskins 20 18 Despite the awful Redskins matchup, Neal is probably still a good starting WR. He'll rack up a lot of short yardage catches, and point-per-reception rules will come in handy this week!
WR Georgette Washington Rockets @ Rams 17 18 The Rams just gave up two 20-point games to their opposing receivers, even though they still won. The Rockets should try to beat the Rams with the deep ball.
WR Dwight Frye Pigskins @ Stars 28 17 Other than one bad game, Dwight has been pretty good this season. The matchup is working in his favor this week, too. He could have another good week as a FLEX.
WR Nutzy Nussbaum Lions @ Orcas 24 16 Believe it or not, after three straight 20+ pointers, Nutzy now has one more fantasy point then the supposed Lions' top receiver, Yasmin. He's a real threat in this offense and should not be taken lightly. He's worth another start.
WR Frankie McDoogle Orcas vs. Lions 25 16 Frankie has outscored his counterpart Reese in each of the last three weeks. However, thanks to Reese's huge week one, Reese still has more total points. This leads me to think Reese will be the main target in this tense matchup, but Frankie will still put up some points.
WR Isaac Drummond Saints vs. Buccaneers 2 16 Alright, hear me out. Yes, Isaac is the lowest ranked fantasy WR right now. However, the Bucs have been ganging up on #1 WRs so much, they tend to forget about the #2. Also, if the other half of the defense tries to stop the QB scrambling, that will just leave Isaac doubly open. Trust me on this one.
WR Pickles Peterson Cardinals @ Ravens 13 15 Even though he scored less than Patsy last week, Pickles is still the top dog here. However, the Ravens pose a tough matchup. I wouldn't hold my breath for a big game from Pickles, but he'll still likely be the highest scoring Cardinal.
WR Stinky Steiner Giants @ Frogs 14 15 Stinky appears to have the upper hand in this offense, even though the Giants are more successful when they're running the ball. However, in this favorable matchup, they could produce in both facets of the offense.
RB Tina Herrara Jaguars vs. Redskins 3 15 Tina gets the start this week and is a good RB streaming candidate.
WR Nickie Noodleson Panthers vs. Bears 0 15 This was Nickie's first dud of the season, after finding the end zone in each of the first three games. The Bears have been quite disappointing in all facets of the game lately, so Nickie will likely get back in the receiving mix this week. Not a bad FLEX play.
RB Luanne Lui Redskins @ Jaguars 17 15 Luanne showed us again why she's the heart and soul of the Redskins and the best TERB in the league. Keep her locked in that lineup.
WR Omar Stephano Saints vs. Buccaneers 15 15 Omar still has yet to have a huge game. It might have to wait another week if Eric Lebeaux runs all over the Bucs. Then again, if the Bucs go all in on the blitz, Eric will hit Omar on the deep bombs. This one could go either way.
WR Veronica Lee Bengals vs. Fishes 15 13 Veronica and Kim have been like a coin flip so far this season, and last week the coin flip didn't cost you as they both scored 15. I'm still giving a slight edge to Veronica.
WR Stephanie Morgan Rams vs. Rockets 18 13 There she is! Stephanie doubled her season point total to 36 after an 18-point game. Perhaps Stephanie has turned it around. She could find the endzone again this week.
WR Donovan McNabb Broncos vs. Patriots 0 12 Donovan was shut out last week but the Broncos have a great matchup this week and could get everyone involved. Donovan might find his way back into the end zone this week.
WR Austin Carpenter Stars vs. Pigskins 11 12 Austin's ceiling is limited in this weak offense, but he's still the main target and is usually for something in the low 10's each week.
WR Terrell Davis Bears @ Panthers 8 11 Terrell only has 17 points over his last three games and hasn't been much of a threat recently. But if the Bears can get back to their old ways, his stock will go up.
WR Kim Esposito Bengals vs. Fishes 15 11 Veronica and Kim have been like a coin flip so far this season, and last week the coin flip didn't cost you as they both scored 15. Kim is still just a bit behind Veronica at this point.
WR Winky Wojohowitz Fishes @ Bengals 0 11 It seems to be all or nothing for Winky, as it is with a lot of wide receivers in this league. However, if there was a matchup in which he could give it his all, it's this one against the lowly Bengals.
WR Greg Bonnell Frogs vs. Giants 21 11 There it is! I told you Greg could catch the deep ball. He hauled in two long touchdowns last week, his first two of the season. The Frogs have another nice matchup this week, and Greg could get another long one.
WR Shannon Petroviski Giants @ Frogs 12 11 Shannon is a shade below Stinky and is really only worth a start when she finds the end zone, which is never a given.
WR Ernie Steele Patriots @ Broncos 0 11 Ernie hit a new low last week with a big fat ZERO. This Patriots offense is just not getting it done so far. But Ernie is the best they've got. One consolation here is that if they get blown out by the Broncos, he could get a garbage time touchdown.
TE Marky Dubois Rockets @ Rams 15 11 Marky, Marky, Marky. How does he keep it up! He's still one of the most valuable TERBs in the league.
WR Amanda Craven Dolphins @ Seahawks 17 10 The start of something new for Amanda? After 9 points in her first three games, she scored 17 last week. The Seahawks aren't the best defense so perhaps Amanda could try to repeat that performance.
TE Kiesha Phillips Redskins @ Jaguars 3 10 Kiesha hasn't been quite her dominant self lately, but I think the Redskins will get her involved a little more now that their running game is getting stuffed more often.
WR Sidney Webber Redskins @ Jaguars 10 10 Sidney is pretty good for somewhere around 10 points each week. Unfortunately, the Redskins spread the ball around so much that she doesn't have much of a ceiling.
WR Liz Levin Stars vs. Pigskins 0 10 Liz has had alternating games of double digits, and zero. The pattern suggests a double digit performance this week�do you trust it?
WR Susie Townshend Jaguars vs. Redskins 11 9 Susie will probably concede most of the targets to Neal this week, and is only worth a start if she finds the end zone. But that's a risky call against this Redskins defense.
WR Achmed Khan Redskins @ Jaguars 4 9 Achmed doesn't have a high ceiling in this situation, but the Redskins might have to pass a little more in this matchup.
TE Lisa Crocket Bills @ Chiefs 0 8 Lisa had a great game two weeks ago, then was stuck on the O-Line against the Redskins. This week will show us if that outburst was the real deal or just a mirage.
TE Karla Karloff Buccaneers @ Saints 4 8 Karla may be cooling off a bit, but her track record shows that she's still a pretty good starting TERB. You could do worse.
WR Michelle Hall Buccaneers @ Saints 22 8 Michelle had a big game with two receiving touchdowns, but that seems more like an aberration than a newfound weapon, according to Michelle's past.
WR Patsy Clinehurst Cardinals @ Ravens 16 8 Patsy's solid performance last week is quite promising, although I wouldn't promise much to you this week in a tough matchup against the Ravens.
WR Renee Matthews Chiefs vs. Bills 12 8 Renee has picked it up the last couple weeks, but that may end here. Against a tough defense, the Chiefs will probably lean on their main man Knuckles. Renee's production could take a hit.
WR Florence Jackson Patriots @ Broncos 9 8 Florence has been okay so far, but okay might be as good as she gets. Same with Ernie, a garbage time touchdown might be what you're looking for here to supplant her fantasy points.
RB Gretchen Hasselhoff Redskins @ Jaguars 6 8 Gretchen hasn't quite lived up to expectations, but she'll still get use in this offense. Perhaps look out for more short yardage receptions from her.
WR Belinda Winters Bills @ Chiefs 19 7 The only Bill upset about not playing the Redskins this week is Belinda, who had her first good game last week against them. Unfortunately, Belinda will probably be back to one or two catches max.
WR Cathy Benitez Ravens vs. Cardinals 4 7 Cathy is arguably the fifth option in this offense, which is not something you wanna say about the #2 string wide receiver.
TE Travis Diamond Ravens vs. Cardinals 14 7 Travis had a splendid game last week. His dual threat of rushing and receiving always keeps him fantasy relevant. He's got some upside here in this matchup.
RB Ella Fent Redskins @ Jaguars 8 7 Ella has been alright lately, which is good enough to be a starting TERB. She will get the ball a few times every week.
WR Robert Ellison Rockets @ Rams 0 7 After his great Week 1, Robert hasn't done much of anything. He's getting passed in the pecking order by Marky the tight end.
TE Tom Getz Broncos vs. Patriots 10 6 Tom cashed in on a long touchdown last week, which can happen from time to time if the defense focuses on the two wide receivers.
RB Joshua Marriott Ravens vs. Cardinals 9 6 Joshua had a touchdown last week, his second of the season. It's a coin flip at this point. Might be worth another start if you're a gambling man.
WR Oliver Ramierez Seahawks vs. Dolphins 21 6 Oliver has been up and down so far this season, which means that this is a down week. It's also probably a down week because the Dolphins defense is good.
RB Victor Jones Broncos vs. Patriots 4 5 The touchdowns are hard to come by, but Victor always seems to get enough yards to at least be serviceable.
TE Ricky Williams Dolphins @ Seahawks 22 5 Ricky exploded last week for two long touchdowns. But that's the tricky part about TERBs, most of their catches are touchdowns, they just don't get many catches. So don't be surprised if Ricky is back near zero.
TE Kimmy Eckman Lions @ Orcas 14 5 Kimmy shocked us all with 50 yards on the ground and a touchdown reception. Hard to see that happening from her again soon.
TE Carlos Ocampo Saints vs. Buccaneers 3 5 Carlos can show up when least expected, but also not appear when expected. So who knows what to project for him here.
TE Tony Delvecchio Stars vs. Pigskins 10 5 Tony has been a surprisingly attendable TERB, but this situation is quite volatile. With a poor QB, Tony is always in danger of putting up zero unexpectedly.
TE Mikey Thomas Bears @ Panthers 7 4 Mikey had a nice game last week but isn't looked at too much near the end zone.
TE Dan Doorknob Frogs vs. Giants 5 4 The Frogs keep using Dan in a fullback-like position, where he just bowls over everybody for a few yards. One of these days, he'll do this near the goal line.
TE Craig David Giants @ Frogs 0 4 Craig is a notoriously poor performing tight end. Good matchup here, but not must past indicator of fantasy stats with Craig.
RB Marcus Weiss Orcas vs. Lions 13 4 Marcus!!! That's what we want to see. The bad news is that I feel the Orcas will be playing from behind and passing a lot more than rushing.
RB Cisco Kidd Panthers vs. Bears 12 4 Cisco found his way into the end zone last week, but if there's one position where past performance does not influence future performance, it's the TERB.
TE Needle Haystack Patriots @ Broncos 0 4 With any other QB under center, I'd be starting Needle every week in the TERB slot. Unfortunately he has Sharon Crowe trying to not get sacked throw to him.
TE Bert Nicholson Seahawks vs. Dolphins 1 4 Bert is not getting too many looks in this offense. The Seahawks offense is pretty dependent on Fred.
TE Lulu Legosi Cardinals @ Ravens 1 3 Lulu has 15 fantasy points this season, but 12 of them are from one game. It's very boom or bust with her.
RB Hans R. Dirtywashum Fishes @ Bengals 2 3 Hans doesn't do much these days. Just save him for when the Fishes face the Redskins in the fantasy playoffs.
TE J.J. Shetland Fishes @ Bengals 3 3 The Fishes need J.J. to block too much right now, so don't expect to see him with the ball in his hands very much.
TE Nellie O'Neal Orcas vs. Lions 1 3 Where is Nellie? Yet to be seen in a meaningful situation. Still not a good starting TERB.
TE Junior Seau Panthers vs. Bears 2 3 Really the only times Junior touches the ball is when he's snapping it to the QB, or there was a mistake.
TE Dmitri Petrovich Pigskins @ Stars 0 3 The Pigskins offense is good enough to get Dmitri the ball, but perhaps it's that good because Dmitri is rock solid on the offensive line. As it stands, they'll probably keep Dmitri blocking because it's where he's most valuable.
RB Chico Pappas Bears @ Panthers 0 2
TE Tiffany Bosworth Bengals vs. Fishes 5 2 Tiffany has been a dud so far this season and is not a good starting TERB candidate until the Bengals figure out their offense.
RB Ramona Bennett Cardinals @ Ravens 2 2
TE Leah Wayne Chiefs vs. Bills 0 2 Using Leah as a blocker has worked well for the Chiefs lately, and she appears to be out of the mix for fantasy purposes.
RB Jane Davis Dolphins @ Seahawks 2 2
RB Horace Young Frogs vs. Giants 0 2
RB Brace-Face Brixton Lions @ Orcas 0 2
TE Olive Hussein Rams vs. Rockets 4 2 I would argue that Olive the other tight ends in the league are better than Olive. I'd also argue that that was a bad pun.
RB George Anderson Seahawks vs. Dolphins 0 2
RB Pablo Sanchez Stars vs. Pigskins 4 2
RB Kate Schwartz Bengals vs. Fishes 0 1
RB James Zorn Buccaneers @ Saints 0 1
RB Evan Lindstrom Cardinals @ Ravens 0 1
RB Judy Place Chiefs vs. Bills 0 1
RB Fred Benson Dolphins @ Seahawks 0 1
RB Hank Wilson Saints vs. Buccaneers 3 1
RB PJ Shareef Seahawks vs. Dolphins 0 1
RB Georgia Doyle Bears @ Panthers 0 0
RB Ray Tran Bears @ Panthers 0 0
RB Daphne Farrington Bengals vs. Fishes 0 0
RB Sara Hamm Bengals vs. Fishes 0 0
RB Angela Delvecchio Bills @ Chiefs 0 0
RB Annie Frazier Bills @ Chiefs 0 0
RB Wendy Harmon Bills @ Chiefs 14 0 Back to the bench for Wendy.
RB Cullen Sullivan Broncos vs. Patriots 0 0
RB Ed Pollard Broncos vs. Patriots 0 0
RB Bridget Oofar Buccaneers @ Saints 0 0
RB Pete Montoya Buccaneers @ Saints 0 0
RB Paul Applebaum Cardinals @ Ravens 0 0
RB Olivia Harris Chiefs vs. Bills 0 0
RB Spanky Simpson Chiefs vs. Bills 0 0
RB Matt Monday Dolphins @ Seahawks 0 0
RB Armon Hammerstein Fishes @ Bengals 2 0
RB Lorrie Peters Fishes @ Bengals 0 0
RB June O'Shea Frogs vs. Giants 0 0
RB Kristi Yeoh Frogs vs. Giants 0 0
RB Lindsey O'Rearden Giants @ Frogs 0 0
RB Marcie Mallow Giants @ Frogs 0 0
RB Ricky Johnson Giants @ Frogs 0 0
TE Jevon Kearse Jaguars vs. Redskins 2 0 Jevon will be the center against the Redskins this week and won't get any fantasy stats.
RB Nate Kowalski Jaguars vs. Redskins 0 0
RB Wing Kwan Jaguars vs. Redskins 0 0
RB Shermie Shannon Lions @ Orcas 0 0
RB Whitney Singh Lions @ Orcas 0 0
RB Christy McTavish Orcas vs. Lions 0 0
RB Sonja Hagen Orcas vs. Lions 0 0
RB Cynthia Miller Panthers vs. Bears 0 0
RB Wanda Hudson Panthers vs. Bears 0 0
RB Andres Ibsen Patriots @ Broncos 0 0
RB Daisy Dewchester Patriots @ Broncos 2 0
RB King Kirby Patriots @ Broncos 0 0
RB Allison Pacino Pigskins @ Stars 0 0
RB Clarice Reid Pigskins @ Stars 0 0
RB David Wilco Pigskins @ Stars 0 0
RB Dolores Lucio Rams vs. Rockets 0 0
RB Jenny Strauss Rams vs. Rockets 0 0
RB Rose Watson Rams vs. Rockets 0 0
RB Lola Linkletter Ravens vs. Cardinals 0 0
RB Star Moonbeam Ravens vs. Cardinals 0 0
RB Karen Donato Rockets @ Rams 0 0
RB Mikey Tice Rockets @ Rams 0 0
RB Petunia Young Rockets @ Rams 3 0
RB Bill Larsen Saints vs. Buccaneers 0 0
RB Serena Damonte Saints vs. Buccaneers 0 0
RB Mark Epstein Seahawks vs. Dolphins 0 0
RB Mickey O'Connor Stars vs. Pigskins 0 0
RB Stan Olafson Stars vs. Pigskins 0 0

Defenses

For this week only (and possibly future weeks) the projections on defense are completely my guesses. There was no "looking into the future" on these projections.
Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection Comments...........................................
DEF Ravens Defense Ravens vs. Cardinals 14 19 The Ravens have been phenomenal on defense and they are matched up against the league leader in interceptions (Zena, with 5). Could be a big day for the Ravens.
DEF Broncos Defense Broncos vs. Patriots 15 18 The Broncos have one of the juiciest matchups in the league, and they have a rather strong defense already. Could pay big dividends for them this week.
DEF Pigskins Defense Pigskins @ Stars 17 18 The Pigskins have scored in double digits every week and they are facing the one team everybody wants to face. The Pigskins could be near the top of the fantasy defenses this week.
DEF Dolphins Defense Dolphins @ Seahawks 13 17 If the Dolphins can shut down Fred Sanders in the running game, they'll be golden. If the Seahawks try to pass the ball more, the Dolphins will be all over Julio. Could be a nice game for this thriving defense.
DEF Giants Defense Giants @ Frogs 15 15 The Giants defense stepped up big last game against a weak opponent, and they have another softie here. The Giants could be a nice streamer pick if you need a defense.
DEF Fishes Defense Fishes @ Bengals 8 14 The Fishes defense has been alternating good and bad games lately. A matchup against a winless offense looks like they could tilt back to a good game again.
DEF Panthers Defense Panthers vs. Bears 15 14 Take out the Week 3 dud and the Panthers have been putting up big numbers on defense. This week they face a team that has been inconsistent. I see some upside for this Panthers D.
DEF Rockets Defense Rockets @ Rams 14 14 The Rockets have been very consistent on defense and still sit on the waiver wire. They might be a good streaming option this week against a 1-3 Rams squad.
DEF Chiefs Defense Chiefs vs. Bills 14 13 Paced by their defense, the Chiefs look unstoppable yet again, sitting atop the Backyard Conference as the only undefeated team left. The Bills pose a bit of a threat, but this Chiefs team will usually find a way to put up fatasy points.
DEF Lions Defense Lions @ Orcas 2 13 The Lions have limped out to a 2-2 start. Their defense scored 8 and 2 fantasy points in the two losses, while scoring 13 and 17 in the two wins. So, do you think the Lions are gonna win this week? Win or lose, they are facing a slow QB and sacks could be easily attainable.
DEF Saints Defense Saints vs. Buccaneers 9 13 The Saints defense can be quite up and down, and so can the Buccaneers offense. I think the Saints pass rush could get to Sally a few times.
DEF Bills Defense Bills @ Chiefs 5 11 The Bills have been in a funk on defense, half of which can be attributed to playing the Redskins, and the other half of which has no explanation. They'll look to right the ship against a powerful Chiefs offense.
DEF Rams Defense Rams vs. Rockets 16 11 The Rams have picked it up here the last two weeks, but they are facing a skilled QB in this game. This could go either way.
DEF Bears Defense Bears @ Panthers 12 10 The Bears defense has been in the middle of the road just about all season long. But they also have had a pretty tough schedule thus far.
DEF Orcas Defense Orcas vs. Lions 13 10 The Orcas defense has been right in the middle just about all season long. However, that could take a hit here against an electric offense.
DEF Seahawks Defense Seahawks vs. Dolphins 7 9 The Seahawks started out hot but have since had two clunkers. A date with the Dolphins doesn't sound like fun either, as Ben None is still running all over opposing defenses.
DEF Bengals Defense Bengals vs. Fishes 9 8 The Bengals are pretty hit or miss, but they are facing a struggling Fishes offense. However, I'd look for another defense if you have one.
DEF Stars Defense Stars vs. Pigskins 9 8 The Stars finally broke out of their 6 slump, but still have yet to reach double digits. They're not the best option right now.
DEF Buccaneers Defense Buccaneers @ Saints 13 7 After a favorable matchup, the Bucs didn't actually such a huge game on defense. Now, they're facing the dynamic Eric Lebeaux and they'll have a hard time bringing him down.
DEF Frogs Defense Frogs vs. Giants 8 7 The Frogs defense has been severely underwhelming, and should be avoided for fantasy purposes until they can prove they belong.
DEF Patriots Defense Patriots @ Broncos 13 7 The Patriots have been rather good the past two weeks, but I wouldn't trust anybody who's playing the Broncos.
DEF Cardinals Defense Cardinals @ Ravens 8 5 The Cardinals have been near the bottom of fantasy defenses last season and this season. They also have a very tough matchup against a 3-1 Ravens team.
DEF Jaguars Defense Jaguars vs. Redskins 13 3 Unfortunately for the Jaguars, they are running into the Redskins this week, who rarely get sacked and are incapabale of turning the ball over. It will be a rough week for the Jags D.
DEF Redskins Defense Redskins @ Jaguars 7 3 The Redskins actually weren't too bad last week, but they will still never be anywhere near starter material.

Kickers

Pos Player Team Opponent Last Week Projection
K Kiesha Phillips Redskins @ Jaguars 3 4
K Robert Ellison Rockets @ Rams 4 4
K Hank Wilson Saints vs. Buccaneers 1 4
K Annie Frazier Bills @ Chiefs 0 3
K Cullen Sullivan Broncos vs. Patriots 6 3
K Karla Karloff Buccaneers @ Saints 6 3
K Amanda Craven Dolphins @ Seahawks 4 3
K Lorrie Peters Fishes @ Bengals 0 3
K Ricky Johnson Giants @ Frogs 2 3
K Wing Kwan Jaguars vs. Redskins 2 3
K Frankie McDoogle Orcas vs. Lions 1 3
K Lance Lundergaard Pigskins @ Stars 2 3
K George Anderson Seahawks vs. Dolphins 2 3
K Ray Tran Bears @ Panthers 8 2
K Kim Esposito Bengals vs. Fishes 1 2
K Spanky Simpson Chiefs vs. Bills 2 2
K Greg Bonnell Frogs vs. Giants 2 2
K Shermie Shannon Lions @ Orcas 2 2
K Cisco Kidd Panthers vs. Bears 1 2
K Jenny Strauss Rams vs. Rockets 3 2
K Patsy Clinehurst Cardinals @ Ravens 1 1
K Daisy Dewchester Patriots @ Broncos 1 1
K Cathy Benitez Ravens vs. Cardinals 1 1
K Pablo Sanchez Stars vs. Pigskins 1 1
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2020.10.07 17:38 Reddit_Books New Releases for October 2020

New Releases for October 2020

Data courtesy http://www.bookreporter.com
For more discussion, see the monthly New Releases post.
Title Author ReleaseDate
Autobiography
Golem Girl Riva Lehrer October 6, 2020
Kant's Little Prussian Head and Other Reasons Why I Write Claire Messud October 13, 2020
Greenlights Matthew McConaughey October 20, 2020
I'll Be Seeing You Elizabeth Berg October 27, 2020
Group Christie Tate October 27, 2020
Biography
Condé Nast Susan Ronald October 6, 2020
Eleanor David Michaelis October 6, 2020
Is This Anything? Jerry Seinfeld October 6, 2020
The Man Who Ate Too Much John Birdsall October 6, 2020
Unlikely Angel Lydia R. Hamessley October 12, 2020
Mad at the World William Souder October 13, 2020
She Come By It Natural Sarah Smarsh October 13, 2020
Cary Grant Scott Eyman October 20, 2020
Red Comet Heather Clark October 20, 2020
Catching the Wind Neal Gabler October 27, 2020
Fantasy
A Wild Winter Swan Gregory Maguire October 6, 2020
Magic Lessons Alice Hoffman October 6, 2020
Over the Woodward Wall A. Deborah Baker October 6, 2020
The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue V.E. Schwab October 6, 2020
The Once and Future Witches Alix E. Harrow October 13, 2020
Black Sun Rebecca Roanhorse October 13, 2020
Ring Shout P. Djèlí Clark October 13, 2020
The Last Druid Terry Brooks October 20, 2020
Fiction
Inside Story Martin Amis October 6, 2020
Missionaries Phil Klay October 6, 2020
Shelter in Place David Leavitt October 13, 2020
The Land Thomas Maltman October 13, 2020
Cobble Hill Cecily von Ziegesar November 10, 2020
Historical Fiction
Millicent Glenn's Last Wish Tori Whitaker October 1, 2020
Every Now and Then Lesley Kagen October 6, 2020
Cuyahoga Pete Beatty October 6, 2020
Daughter of Black Lake Cathy Marie Buchanan October 6, 2020
The Wrong Kind of Woman Sarah McCraw Crow October 6, 2020
A Bend In the River Libby Fischer Hellmann October 7, 2020
The Blind Light Stuart Evers October 13, 2020
The Lost Shtetl Max Gross October 13, 2020
Stories from Suffragette City M.J. Rose October 27, 2020
The Cold Millions Jess Walter October 27, 2020
The Wonder Boy of Whistle Stop Fannie Flagg October 27, 2020
The Forgotten Daughter Joanna Goodman October 27, 2020
History
Chicago's Great Fire Carl Smith October 6, 2020
Saving Stalin John Kelly October 6, 2020
The Zealot and the Emancipator H.W. Brands October 6, 2020
Holiday
The Christmas Table Donna VanLiere October 6, 2020
Jingle All the Way Debbie Macomber October 13, 2020
A Dog's Perfect Christmas W. Bruce Cameron October 20, 2020
Horror
The Hollow Places T. Kingfisher October 6, 2020
Earthlings Sayaka Murata October 6, 2020
Elsewhere Dean Koontz October 6, 2020
Plain Bad Heroines Emily M. Danforth October 20, 2020
Labor
Blood Runs Coal Mark A. Bradley October 13, 2020
Literature
A Lover's Discourse Xiaolu Guo October 13, 2020
Mystery
The Unspoken Ian K. Smith October 1, 2020
Snow John Banville October 6, 2020
Still Life Val McDermid October 6, 2020
The Devil and the Dark Water Stuart Turton October 6, 2020
The Nightworkers Brian Selfon October 6, 2020
The Searcher Tana French October 6, 2020
Silent Bite David Rosenfelt October 13, 2020
A Song for the Dark Times Ian Rankin October 13, 2020
A Time for Mercy John Grisham October 13, 2020
Three Little Truths Eithne Shortall October 13, 2020
Death and the Maiden Samantha Norman October 20, 2020
Wrecked Mary Anna Evans October 20, 2020
Three Women Disappear James Patterson October 26, 2020
A Solitude of Wolverines Alice Henderson October 27, 2020
Fortune Favors the Dead Stephen Spotswood October 27, 2020
The Sentinel Lee Child October 27, 2020
The Dirty South John Connolly November 3, 2020
Nonfiction
Mantel Pieces Hilary Mantel October 1, 2020
Modern Comfort Food Ina Garten October 6, 2020
Ottolenghi Flavor Yotam Ottolenghi October 13, 2020
Ex Libris Michiko Kakutani October 20, 2020
Romance
Spoiler Alert Olivia Dade October 6, 2020
Troubles in Paradise Elin Hilderbrand October 6, 2020
The Lost Love Song Minnie Darke October 13, 2020
The Cookbook Club Beth Harbison October 20, 2020
Love Your Life Sophie Kinsella October 27, 2020
Memorial Bryan Washington October 27, 2020
Crazy Stupid Bromance Lyssa Kay Adams October 27, 2020
Science Fiction
Bright and Dangerous Objects Anneliese Mackintosh October 6, 2020
The Ministry for the Future Kim Stanley Robinson October 6, 2020
Attack Surface Cory Doctorow October 13, 2020
To Hold Up the Sky Liu Cixin October 20, 2020
The Mirror Man Jane Gilmartin October 20, 2020
The Silence Don DeLillo October 20, 2020
Short Stories
Cardiff, by the Sea Joyce Carol Oates October 6, 2020
The Traveller and Other Stories Stuart Neville October 6, 2020
Where I Come from Rick Bragg October 27, 2020
Thriller
Confessions on the 7 Lisa Unger October 6, 2020
Dear Child Romy Hausmann October 6, 2020
Leave the World Behind Rumaan Alam October 6, 2020
Never Turn Back Christopher Swann October 6, 2020
They Never Learn Layne Fargo October 13, 2020
Goodnight Beautiful Aimee Molloy October 13, 2020
Invisible Girl Lisa Jewell October 13, 2020
The Girl in the Mirror Rose Carlyle October 20, 2020
Unknown
Shakeup Stuart Woods October 13, 2020
No Stopping Us Now Gail Collins October 13, 2020
The Captain David Wright October 13, 2020
Cook with Me Alex Guarnaschelli October 13, 2020
Jeeves and the Leap of Faith Ben Schott October 13, 2020
The Rabbit Hunter Lars Kepler October 13, 2020
The Christmas Spirits on Tradd Street Harper Audio October 20, 2020
The Noel Letters Richard Paul Evans October 27, 2020
Murder, She Wrote Jessica Fletcher October 27, 2020
The House of Brides Jane Cockram October 27, 2020
The Museum of Desire Jonathan Kellerman October 27, 2020
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2020.09.19 06:13 displacedindavis Every walk-off in MLB postseason history

REQUEST: I do ask that you please try not to overwhelm the comments section with Cheatstros/Asterisks posts. Yes, that happened, it was terrible, but let's try and focus on the bigger picture here as well.
The walk-off is an iconic tradition that makes baseball truly special compared to other sports. When it happens in the postseason, it's even more epic (provided, of course, you didn't root for the team that lost the game).
It's just a win, right? Well, there's a strange psychological effect associated with walk-offs. It requires a ton of effort just to make a walk-off scenario possible. It means you played the other team close. It's fun to keep up with the other team but also frustrating to watch the other team keep up with you all the way down to the end. Maybe your team had a miraculous late surge. Or maybe you're trying to negate the other team's late miraculous surge. At this point, for all the work you've put in, all the joy and/or heartbreak you've experienced, the only acceptable outcome is a win. And boy, does it feel good to get it.
And you can multiply this sentiment in the postseason because every game counts. A long, exhaustive list of postseason walk-offs to follow. Relive the joy...or pain...or both.

Year Game Info (Winning and Losing Team, Score, Series and Game #) Walk-off Info (player, type of hit/play, misc)
2019 STL 5 ATL 4 (11), NLDS Game 4 Yadier Molina sac fly
2019 HOU 3 NYY 2 (11), ALCS Game 2 Carlos Correa solo HR
2019 HOU 6 NYY 4, ALCS Game 6 Jose Altuve 2-run HR wins series
2018 MIL 3 COL 2 (10), NLDS Game 1 Mike Moustakas 1-run single
2018 LAD 2 MIL 1 (13), NLCS Game 4 Cody Bellinger 1-run single
2018 LAD 3 BOS 2 (18), WS Game 3 Max Muncy solo HR wins the longest playoff game ever
2017 CLE 9 NYY 8 (13), ALDS Game 2 Yan Gomes 1-run single caps off an 8-3 comeback
2017 HOU 2 NYY 1, ALCS Game 2 Carlos Correa 1-run double
2017 LAD 4 CHC 1, NLCS Game 2 Justin Turner 3-run HR
2017 HOU 13 LAD 12 (10), WS Game 5 Alex Bregman 1-run single wins the joint-highest scoring WS game and caps off a multi-comeback effort
2016 TOR 5 BAL 2 (11), ALWC Edwin Encarnacion 3-run HR
2016 TOR 7 TEX 6 (10), ALDS Game 3 Rougned Odor throwing error allows 1-run, challenge unsuccessful
2016 SFG 6 CHC 5 (13), NLDS Game 3 Joe Panik 1-run double
2015 KCR 5 NYM 4 (14), WS Game 1 Eric Hosmer sac fly caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2014 KCR 9 OAK 8 (12), ALWC Salvador Perez 1-run single caps off a 7-3 comeback overall, a 7-6 comeback in he 9th, and an 8-7 comeback in the 12th
2014 STL 5 SFG 4, NLCS Game 2 Kolton Wong solo HR
2014 SFG 5 STL 4 (10), NLCS Game 3 Randy Choate throwing error scores 1 run
2014 SFG 6 STL 3, NLCS Game 5 Travis Ishikawa 3-run HR wins series
2013 TBR 5 BOS 4, ALDS Game 3 Jose Lobaton solo HR
2013 OAK 1 DET 0, ALDS Game 2 Stephen Vogt 1-run single
2013 BOS 6 DET 5, ALCS Game 2 Jarrod Saltalamacchia 1-run single caps off late 5-2 comeback
2013 STL 3 LAD 2 (13), NLCS Game 1 Carlos Beltran 1-run single
2013 STL 5 BOS 4, WS Game 3 Will Middlebrooks obstruction scores 1 run
2012 NYY 3 BAL 2 (12), ALDS Game 3 Raul Ibanez solo HR caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2012 DET 5 OAK 4, ALDS Game 2 Don Kelly sac fly
2012 OAK 4 DET 3, ALDS Game 4 Coco Crisp 1-run single caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th and brings the A's back from a 2-0 series deficit
2012 WAS 2 STL 1, NLDS Game 4 Jayson Werth solo HR
2011 MIL 3 ARI 2 (10), NLDS Game 5 Nyjer Morgan 1-run single wins series
2011 TEX 7 DET 3 (11), ALCS Game 2 Nelson Cruz grand slam is the first recorded instance to walk off a playoff game
2011 STL 10 TEX 9 (11), WS Game 6 David Freese solo HR caps off a 7-4 comeback late, including a 7-5 comeback in the 9th, and a 9-7 comeback in the 10th
2010 SFG 6 PHI 5, NLCS Game 4 Juan Uribe sac fly
2009 MIN 6 DET 5 (12), AL Central Tiebreak* Alexi Casilla 1-run single caps off 5-4 comeback in the 10th
2009 NYY 4 MIN 3 (11), ALDS Game 2 Mark Teixeira solo HR caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
2009 LAD 3 STL 2, NLDS Game 2 Mark Loretta 1-run single caps off 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2009 NYY 4 LAA 3 (13), ALCS Game 2 Maicer Izturis throwing error scores 1 run and caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 11th
2009 LAA 5 NYY 4 (11), ALCS Game 3 Jeff Mathis 1-run double
2009 PHI 5 LAD 4, NLCS Game 4 Jimmy Rollins 2-run double caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2008 BOS 3 LAA 2, ALDS Game 4 Jed Lowrie 1-run single wins series
2008 TBR 9 BOS 8 (11), ALCS Game 2 BJ Upton sac fly
2008 BOS 8 TBR 7, ALCS Game 5 JD Drew 1-run single caps off a 7-0 comeback
2008 PHI 5 TBR 4, WS Game 3 Carlos Ruiz 1-run infield single is the first ever to walk off a playoff game
2007 COL 9 SDP 8 (13), NLWC Tiebreak* Jamey Carroll sac fly caps off an 8-6 comeback in the 13th
2007 BOS 6 LAA 3, ALDS Game 2 Manny Ramirez 3-run HR
2007 CLE 2 NYY 1 (11), ALDS Game 2 Travis Hafner 1-run single
2006 DET 6 OAK 3, ALCS Game 4 Magglio Ordonez 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 3-0 comeback
2005 HOU 7 ATL 6 (18), ALDS Game 4 Chris Burke solo HR wins series and caps off a 5-0 comeback, also winning the longest playoff game at the time
2005 CWS 2 LAA 1, ALCS Game 2 Joe Crede 1-run double
2005 CWS 7 HOU 6, WS Game 2 Scott Podsednik solo HR
2004 NYY 7 MIN 6 (12), ALDS Game 2 Hideki Matsui sac fly caps off a 6-5 comeback in the 12th
2004 BOS 8 LAA 6 (10), ALDS Game 3 David Ortiz 2-run HR wins series
2004 ATL 4 HOU 2 (11), NLDS Game 2 Rafael Furcal 2-run HR
2004 BOS 6 NYY 4 (12), ALCS Game 4 David Ortiz 2-run HR makes him the first MLB player with 2 walk-off HRs in the same postseason and caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2004 BOS 5 NYY 4 (14), ALCS Game 5 David Ortiz 1-run single
2004 HOU 3 STL 0, NLCS Game 5 Jeff Kent 3-run HR
2004 STL 6 HOU 4 (12), NLCS Game 6 Jim Edmonds 2-run HR
2003 OAK 5 BOS 4 (12), ALDS Game 1 Ramon Hernandez bunt single caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
2003 BOS 3 OAK 1 (11), ALDS Game 3 Trot Nixon 2-run HR
2003 FLA 4 SFG 3 (11), NLDS Game 3 Ivan Rodriguez 2-run single caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 11th
2003 NYY 6 BOS 5 (11), ALCS Game 7 Aaron Boone solo HR wins series and caps off a late 5-2 comeback
2003 FLA 4 NYY 3 (12), WS Game 4 Alex Gonzalez solo HR
2002 SFG 2 STL 1, NLCS Game 5 Kenny Lofton 1-run single wins series
2001 ARI 2 STL 1, NLDS Game 5 Tony Womack 1-run single wins series which is a first for the D-Backs
2001 NYY 3 SEA 1, ALCS Game 4 Alfonso Soriano 2-run HR
2001 NYY 4 ARI 3 (10), WS Game 4 Derek Jeter solo HR caps off a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
2001 NYY 3 ARI 2 (12), WS Game 5 Alfonso Soriano 1-run single caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
2001 ARI 3 NYY 2, WS Game 7 Luis Gonzalez 1-run single wins series and caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
2000 SEA 2 CWS 1, ALDS Game 3 Carlos Guillen bunt single wins series
2000 NYM 3 SFG 2 (13), NLDS Game 3 Benny Agbayani solo HR
2000 NYY 4 NYM 3 (12), WS Game 1 Jose Vizcaino 1-run single
1999 CLE 3 BOS 2, ALDS Game 1 Travis Fryman 1-run single
1999 NYM 4 ARI 3 (10), NLDS Game 4 Todd Pratt solo HR wins series
1999 NYY 4 BOS 3 (10), ALCS Game 1 Bernie Williams solo HR
1999 NYM 5 ATL 4 (15), NLCS Game 5 Robin Ventura 1-run single (technically a grand slam, but only 1 run crossed home)
1999 ATL 10 NYM 9 (11), NLCS Game 6 Andruw Jones walk wins series
1999 NYY 6 ATL 5 (10), WS Game 3 Chad Curtis solo HR
1998 ATL 2 CHC 1 (10), NLDS Game 2 Chipper Jones 1-run single
1998 HOU 5 SDP 4, NLDS Game 2 Bill Spiers 1-run single
1997 CLE 5 NYY 4, ALDS Game 4 Omar Vizquel 1-run single
1997 FLA 2 SFG 1, NLDS Game 1 Edgar Renteria 1-run single
1997 FLA 7 SFG 6, NLDS Game 2 Moises Alou 1-run single
1997 CLE 2 BAL 1, ALCS Game 3 Marquis Grissom steals home
1997 CLE 8 BAL 7, ALCS Game 4 Sandy Alomar 1-run single
1997 FLA 3 CLE 2 (11), WS Game 7 Edgar Renteria 1-run single wins series and caps a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1996 NYY 5 TEX 4 (12), ALDS Game 2 Dean Palmer throwing error scores 1 run
1996 NYY 5 BAL 4 (11), ALCS Game 1 Bernie Williams solo HR
1995 CLE 5 BOS 4 (13), ALDS Game 1 Tony Pena solo HR caps off a 4-3 comeback in the 11th
1995 NYY 7 SEA 5 (15), ALDS Game 2 Jim Leyritz 2-run HR
1995 SEA 6 NYY 5 (11), ALDS Game 5 Edgar Martinez 2-run double wins series and caps off a 5-4 comeback in the 11th
1995 CLE 7 ATL 6 (11), WS Game 3 Eddie Murray 1-run single
1993 PHI 4 ATL 3 (10), NLCS Game 1 Kim Batiste 1-run double
1993 TOR 8 PHI 6, WS Game 6 Joe Carter 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 6-5 comeback in the 9th, it is also the last walk-off HR in the playoffs when trailing to date
1992 ATL 3 PIT 2, NLCS Game 7 Francisco Cabrera 2-run single wins series and caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
1992 TOR 3 ATL 2, WS Game 3 Candy Maldonado 1-run single
1991 ATL 5 MIN 4 (12), WS Game 3 Mark Lemke 1-run single
1991 ATL 3 MIN 2 (11), WS Game 4 Jerry Willard sac fly
1991 MIN 4 ATL 3 (11), WS Game 6 Kirby Puckett solo HR
1991 MIN 1 ATL 0 (10), WS Game 7 Gene Larkin 1-run single to win series
1990 CIN 5 OAK 4 (10), WS Game 2 Joe Oliver 1-run single
1988 LAD 5 OAK 4, WS Game 1 Kirk Gibson 2-run HR to cap off a 4-3 comeback in the 9th
1988 OAK 2 LAD 1, WS Game 3 Mark McGwire solo HR
1986 CAL 4 BOS 3, ALCS Game 4 Bobby Grich 1-run single
1986 NYM 6 HOU 5, NLCS Game 3 Lenny Dykstra 2-run HR to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 9th
1986 NYM 2 HOU 1 (12), NLCS Game 5 Gary Carter 1-run single
1986 NYM 6 BOS 5 (10), WS Game 6 Bill Buckner error scores 1 run to cap off a 5-3 comeback in the 10th
1985 TOR 6 KCR 5 (10), ALCS Game 2 Al Oliver 1-run single to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 10th
1985 STL 3 LAD 2, NLCS Game 5 Ozzie Smith solo HR
1985 KCR 2 STL 1, WS Game 6 Dane Iorg 2-run single to cap off a 1-0 comeback in the 9th
1984 SDP 7 CHC 5, NLCS Game 4 Steve Garvey 2-run HR to bring the Padres back from a 2-0 series deficit
1982 STL 4 ATL 3, NLCS Game 2 Ken Oberkfell 1-run single
1981 HOU 3 LAD 1, NLDS Game 1 Alan Ashby 2-run HR
1981 HOU 1 LAD 0 (11), NLDS Game 2 Denny Walling 1-run single
1981 PHI 6 MTL 5 (10), NLDS Game 4 George Vukovich solo HR to bring the Phillies back from a 2-0 series deficit
1980 HOU 1 PHI 0 (11), NLCS Game 3 Denny Walling sac fly
1980 KCR 4 PHI 3 (10), WS Game 3 Willie Aikens 1-run single
1979 BAL 6 CAL 3 (10), ALCS Game 1 John Lowenstein 3-run HR
1979 CAL 4 BAL 3, ALCS Game 3 Larry Harlow 1-run double to cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1978 LAD 4 PHI 3 (10), NLCS Game 4 Bill Russell 1-run single
1978 NYY 4 LAD 3 (10), WS Game 4 Lou Piniella 1-run single to cap off a 3-0 comeback
1977 NYY 4 LAD 3 (12), WS Game 1 Paul Blair 1-run single
1976 NYY 7 KCR 6, ALCS Game 5 Chris Chambliss solo HR wins series
1976 CIN 7 PHI 6, NLCS Game 3 Ken Griffey Sr 1-run single caps off a 6-4 comeback in the 9th
1976 CIN 4 NYY 3, WS Game 2 Tony Perez 1-run single
1975 CIN 6 BOS 5, WS Game 3 Joe Morgan 1-run single
1975 BOS 7 CIN 6 (12), WS Game 6 Carlton Fisk solo HR to cap off a late 6-3 comeback
1973 OAK 2 BAL 1 (11), ALCS Game 3 Bert Campaneris solo HR
1973 CIN 2 NYM 1, NLCS Game 1 Johnny Bench solo HR
1972 OAK 3 DET 2 (11), ALCS Game 1 Al Kaline throwing error scores winning run on top of a Gonzalo Marquez 1-run single to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 11th
1972 DET 4 OAK 3 (10), ALCS Game 4 Jim Northrup 1-run single to cap off a 3-1 comeback in the 11th and bring the Tigers back from a 2-0 series deficit
1972 CIN 4 PIT 3, NLCS Game 5 Bob Moose wild pitch scores winning run to win series (for the Reds) and cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1972 OAK 3 CIN 2, WS Game 4 Angel Mangual 1-run single to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1971 BAL 3 PIT 2 (10), WS Game 6 Brooks Robinson sac fly
1969 BAL 4 MIN 3 (12), ALCS Game 1 Paul Blair bunt single to cap off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th
1969 BAL 1 MIN 0 (11), ALCS Game 2 Curt Motton 1-run single
1969 NYM 2 BAL 1 (10), WS Game 4 Pete Richert throwing error scores 1 run
1964 NYY 2 STL 1, WS Game 3 Mickey Mantle solo HR
1962 LAD 8 SFG 7, NL tiebreak Game 2* Ron Fairly sac fly caps off a 5-0 comeback
1960 PIT 10 NYY 9, WS Game 7 Bill Mazeroski solo HR to win series and claim the only walk-off HR to date in a WS Game 7
1959 LAD 6 MIL 5 (12), NL tiebreak Game 2* Felix Mantilla throwing error on top of Carl Farillo single scores 1, wins series and caps off a 5-2 comeback in the 9th
1958 MIL 8 NYY 7 (10), WS Game 1 Bill Bruton 1-run single
1957 MIL 7 NYY 5 (10), WS Game 4 Eddie Mathews 2-run HR to cap off a 5-4 comeback in the 10th
1956 BRO 1 NYY 0 (10), WS Game 6 Jackie Robinson 1-run single
1954 NYG 5 CLE 2 (10), WS Game 1 Dusty Rhodes 3-run HR
1953 NYY 4 BRO 3, WS Game 6 Billy Martin 1-run single wins series
1951 NYG 5 BRO 4, NL tiebreak Game 3* Bobby Thompson 3-run HR wins series and caps off a 4-1 comeback in the 9th
1950 NYY 3 PHI 2, WS Game 3 Jerry Coleman 1-run single
1949 NYY 1 BRO 0, WS Game 1 Tommy Henrich solo HR to earn the first walk-off HR in WS history
1947 BRO 3 NYY 2, WS Game 4 Cookie Lavagetto 2-run double to cap off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1945 CHC 8 DET 7 (12), WS Game 6 Stan Hack 1-run double
1944 STL 3 SLB 2 (11), WS Game 2 Ken O'Dea 1-run single
1939 NYY 2 CIN 1, WS Game 1 Bill Dickey 1-run single
1935 DET 4 CHC 3, WS Game 6 Goose Goslin 1-run single wins series
1934 DET 3 STL 2 (12), WS Game 2 Goose Goslin 1-run single
1929 PHA 3 CHC 2, WS Game 5 Bing Miller 1-run double wins series and caps off a 2-0 comeback in the 9th
1927 NYY 4 PIT 3, WS Game 4 Johnny Miljus wild pitch scores 1 run and wins series (for the Yankees)
1924 WAS 4 NYG 3, WS Game 2 Roger Peckinpaugh 1-run double
1924 WAS 4 NYG 3 (12), WS Game 7 Fred Lindstrom 1-run double wins series
1916 BOS 2 BRO 1 (14), WS Game 2 Del Gainer 1-run single
1915 BOS 2 PHI 1, WS Game 3 Duffy Lewis 1-run single
1914 BSN 5 PHA 4 (12), WS Game 3 Bullet Joe Bush error scores 1 run and caps off a 4-2 comeback in the 10th
1912 BOS 3 NYG 2 (10), WS Game 8 Larry Gardner sac fly wins series and caps off a 2-1 comeback in the 9th
1911 NYG 4 PHA 3 (10), WS Game 5 Fred Merkle sac fly caps off a 3-0 comeback including a 3-1 comeback in the 9th
1910 CHC 4 PHA 3 (10), WS Game 4 Jimmy Sheckard 1-run single caps off a 3-2 comeback in the 9th

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2020.09.08 21:15 Reddit_Books New Releases for September 2020

New Releases for September 2020

Data courtesy http://www.bookreporter.com
For more discussion, see the monthly New Releases post.
Title Author ReleaseDate
Autobiography
Mill Town Kerri Arsenault September 1, 2020
Carry Toni Jensen September 8, 2020
Everything Beautiful in Its Time Jenna Bush Hager September 8, 2020
JFK Fredrik Logevall September 8, 2020
All the Way Joe Namath September 8, 2020
Crime
Dancing with the Octopus Debora Harding September 22, 2020
Fantasy
Master of Poisons Andrea Hairston September 8, 2020
The Bone Shard Daughter Andrea Stewart September 8, 2020
The Trouble With Peace Joe Abercrombie September 15, 2020
Piranesi Susanna Clarke September 17, 2020
A Deadly Education Naomi Novik September 29, 2020
Battle Ground Jim Butcher September 29, 2020
Bestiary K-Ming Chang September 29, 2020
Burning Roses S.L. Huang September 29, 2020
The Constant Rabbit Jasper Fforde September 29, 2020
The Midnight Library Matt Haig September 29, 2020
Fiction
Ruthie Fear Maxim Loskutoff September 1, 2020
The Appointment Katharina Volckmer September 1, 2020
Transcendent Kingdom Yaa Gyasi September 1, 2020
What Are You Going Through Sigrid Nunez September 8, 2020
Savage Kiss Roberto Saviano September 8, 2020
The Brilliant Life of Eudora Honeysett Annie Lyons September 8, 2020
Make Them Cry Smith Henderson September 22, 2020
Daughters of the Wild Natalka Burian September 22, 2020
Historical Fiction
The Paris Children Gloria Goldreich September 1, 2020
A Girl Is a Body of Water Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi September 1, 2020
Fifty Words for Rain Asha Lemmie September 1, 2020
Payback Mary Gordon September 1, 2020
The Bass Rock Evie Wyld September 1, 2020
The Unraveling of Cassidy Holmes Elissa R. Sloan September 1, 2020
Dear Ann Bobbie Ann Mason September 8, 2020
The Evening and the Morning Ken Follett September 15, 2020
The Forgotten Kingdom Signe Pike September 15, 2020
The Glass House Beatrice Colin September 15, 2020
Here We Are Graham Swift September 22, 2020
Eli's Promise Ronald H. Balson September 22, 2020
Jack Marilynne Robinson September 29, 2020
Hitler Volker Ullrich September 1, 2020
Agent Sonya Ben Macintyre September 15, 2020
If Then Jill Lepore September 15, 2020
Killing Crazy Horse Bill O'Reilly September 15, 2020
Sex with Presidents Eleanor Herman September 22, 2020
The Virginia Dynasty Lynne Cheney September 29, 2020
The Daughters of Yalta Catherine Grace Katz September 29, 2020
Horror
The Residence Andrew Pyper September 1, 2020
Literature
His Only Wife Peace Adzo Medie September 1, 2020
Red Pill Hari Kunzru September 1, 2020
The Lying Life of Adults Elena Ferrante September 1, 2020
Monogamy Sue Miller September 8, 2020
Homeland Elegies Ayad Akhtar September 15, 2020
Mystery
Don't Ever Forget Matthew Farrell September 1, 2020
All the Devils Are Here Louise Penny September 1, 2020
The Book of Hidden Wonders Polly Crosby September 1, 2020
The Last Story of Mina Lee Nancy Jooyoun Kim September 1, 2020
Anxious People Fredrik Backman September 1, 2020
A Question of Betrayal Anne Perry September 8, 2020
Before She Was Helen Caroline B. Cooney September 8, 2020
Hanging Falls Margaret Mizushima September 8, 2020
Nightshade M.L. Huie September 8, 2020
One by One Ruth Ware September 8, 2020
Shadows in Death J.D. Robb September 8, 2020
The Forger's Daughter Bradford Morrow September 8, 2020
Death in Focus Anne Perry September 8, 2020
The Killings at Kingfisher Hill Sophie Hannah September 15, 2020
Troubled Blood Robert Galbraith September 15, 2020
Next to Last Stand Craig Johnson September 22, 2020
The Thursday Murder Club Richard Osman September 22, 2020
And Now She's Gone Rachel Howzell Hall September 22, 2020
Mortmain Hall Martin Edwards September 22, 2020
Christmas Cupcake Murder Joanne Fluke September 29, 2020
The Book of Lamps and Banners Elizabeth Hand September 29, 2020
The End of the Day Bill Clegg September 29, 2020
The Talented Miss Farwell Emily Gray Tedrowe September 29, 2020
Nonfiction
Overtime John U. Bacon September 1, 2020
The Dynasty Jeff Benedict September 1, 2020
The Writer's Library Nancy Pearl September 8, 2020
How I Built This Guy Raz September 15, 2020
Chasing the Bear Lars Anderson September 15, 2020
Gods at Play Tom Callahan September 22, 2020
True Believer Abraham Riesman September 29, 2020
Poetry
Whale Day Billy Collins September 29, 2020
Romance
The Nobodies Liza Palmer September 8, 2020
Chance of a Lifetime Jude Deveraux September 15, 2020
The Book of Two Ways Jodi Picoult September 22, 2020
Just Like You Nick Hornby September 29, 2020
Happily This Christmas Susan Mallery September 29, 2020
One Charmed Christmas Sheila Roberts September 29, 2020
The Return Nicholas Sparks September 29, 2020
Burn You Twice Mary Burton September 29, 2020
Science Fiction
Set My Heart to Five Simon Stephenson September 1, 2020
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars Christopher Paolini September 15, 2020
Hench Natalie Zina Walschots September 22, 2020
Short Stories
Daddy Emma Cline September 1, 2020
Having and Being Had Eula Biss September 1, 2020
The Awkward Black Man Walter Mosley September 15, 2020
Unrestricted Access James Rollins September 29, 2020
Thriller
Girl Gone Mad Avery Bishop September 1, 2020
One Step Behind Lauren North September 1, 2020
Chaos Iris Johansen September 1, 2020
Interference Brad Parks September 1, 2020
Three Single Wives Gina LaManna September 1, 2020
When No One Is Watching Alyssa Cole September 1, 2020
The Sleeping Nymph Ilaria Tuti September 8, 2020
Don't Look for Me Wendy Walker September 15, 2020
These Violent Delights Micah Nemerever September 15, 2020
Total Power Vince Flynn September 15, 2020
The Coast-to-Coast Murders James Patterson September 21, 2020
The Last Agent Robert Dugoni September 22, 2020
To Tell You the Truth Gilly Macmillan September 22, 2020
Unknown
Red at the Bone Jacqueline Woodson September 1, 2020
The Other Side of Success Martin Sawa September 1, 2020
Robert B. Parker's the Bitterest Pill Reed Farrel Coleman September 8, 2020
Robert B. Parker's Fool's Paradise Mike Lupica September 8, 2020
The Bones Remember Sara E. Johnson September 8, 2020
The Missing Years Lexie Elliot September 8, 2020
Wild Thing Philip Norman September 15, 2020
Three-Ring Circus Jeff Pearlman September 22, 2020
Adrianne Geffel David Hajdu September 22, 2020
Mr. Nobody Catherine Steadman September 29, 2020
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2020.09.06 20:00 tutetibiimperes Nugu Roundup #55 - # - 200906 + Album Giveaway!

Hello and welcome to the latest Nugu Roundup!
What is this?: This is a weekly feature designed to highlight the unknown/underappreciated groups and soloists working hard in the Kpop world that often fall under the radar. Please share your own information, favorite performance videos, fanmeet stories, or anything else relevant below!
Last week's roundup targeted Target. This week let's check out a group that's been active on Twitter even if they haven't had a comeback in a while, let's get to know Hashtag!
Look at the first comment below for the winner of the ninth Nugu Roundup Album Giveaway, plus details on this week's album up for grabs!
What is Nugu?: While in Korean it literally means 'Who' in the broader Kpop context it refers to groups that are generally unknown amongst the greater public. It doesn't have to mean they're extremely new, though it can, and there are of course varying degrees of 'unknown' which some groups having very strong niche fandoms and others being almost invisible. I take a fairly broad view and will include groups that may be known to some, but who don't have widespread name recognition.
Let's get on with the show...
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HASHTAG
Who are they?: Hashtag is a 7 member girl group under LUK Factory. Former member of first-gen powerhouse Baby V.O.X Kan Mi Youn took part in the selection of the group members and has helped promote them. Their fandom name is Happi.
Company: LUK Factory also represents boy group NOIR and formerly was the home of TROPICAL before the disbanded. They also represent actor Park Gun-Woo.
Members
Debut: October 10th, 2017 with Hue (MV) Live Stage (Link) Choreography Video (Link)
Most Recent Comeback: April 15th, 2019 with Freesm (MV) Live Stage (Link) Dance Practice (Link)
Other Release: October 1st, 2019 with My Style (MV) Live Stage (Link)
Unit Release: September 18th, 2018 with Maemmaeya (MV) Live Stage (Link)
YouTube Channel: Hashtag Official
Twitter: Hashtag Official
Random Stuff
Facts: Though the group hasn't had a comeback in nearly a year and hasn't updated their YouTube account in quite a while they are still active on Twitter and Vlive. Member Sua is friends with Huihyun of DIA, and she appeared in Power-Rangers web drama called Nano Warriors Lokapa (link). The group has expressed a desire to perform internationally yet thus far have not had any tours that I can find. The group says that their music represents feelings and experiences that young girls face in their everyday lives.
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Soloist of the Week
AALIA
Who is she?: A singer-songwriter under OGAM Entertainment, she typically trends towards the R&B style but also branches into other genres as well.
Debut: December 26th, 2018 with Maybe I was Wrong (audio)
Most Recent Comeback: September 2nd, 2020 with The Night Without You (My Blue Moon) (MV)
Other MVs and Releases
YouTube Channel: AALIA
Random Stuff
Trivia: She is originally from London, England and has also lived in Paris. She is fluent in English and Korean. She can play the guitar.
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IN MEMORIAM
VX
Who were they?: VX was a 5 member boy group under JJ Entertainment. Their name stood for 'Voice of Six'. Their fandom name was Sunshine.
Company: JJ Entertainment seems to have changed their name to, or been bought out by, Yechan Media, the hope of current boy group N.Tic and former home of girl group A-Seed (who seem to have disbanded through lack of activity).
Releases
YouTube Channel: VX VX
Active Between: July 13th, 2015 - November 13th, 2017
Reasons for Disbanding: The company released an official statement but never gave a reason. Given that the group never seemed to gain any traction and received little investment, with only a single MV from all of their releases and only a single song promoted on music shows, it appears that lack of money was the major factor.
Trivia: Two members Jinwha and Shiyoon, were former members of the short-lived boy group Millenium. Member Jeki is now a model under Esteem Entertainment.
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That's it for today, let's get the discussion on!
As always, if you have any suggestions for groups, content, or things you'd like to see, please let me know in the comments below.
Also as always, a big shout-out to u/not-named-in-credits for founding nugutown and u/sharnaranwan for continuing the work over there.
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2020.09.05 15:01 readingrachelx Housewife highlights/Daily shit talk - September 5th, 2020

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2020.08.28 21:07 portlane Dorothy Smith (June 25, 1920 - Aug. 20, 2020)

Dorothy Grace Smith
June 25, 1920 - Aug. 20, 2020
Dorothy Grace Smith, 100, died in Portland, Ore., of age-related causes Aug. 20, 2020, after a very long and fulfilling life. She was born in Cadwell, Ga., the second of two daughters, to Arthur Russell Smith and Grace Thurman Castellaw Smith, and grew up in downtown Atlanta, Ga.
One of her fondest memories of that time was being present at the opening of Gone with the Wind in 1939 as a 19-year-old. Shortly afterward, when on a bus in downtown Atlanta, she met her future mother-in-law, who told her that she wanted to introduce Dorothy Grace to her son, John. It was a match! She married John Andy Smith, Jr., of Talbotton, Ga., June 28, 1941 at First Baptist Church, Atlanta. Shortly after their marriage, John went off to World War II, and she moved back home to her parents' house on Tenth St., where she had her first child.
When the war ended, John went to law school at Emory University, and they had a second child. When John was subsequently called back to service in the Army, he joined the JAG Corps and was posted to Ft. Lee, Virginia, where their third child was born. A few years later, John was shipped to Korea. Dorothy Grace, once again, stayed behind in Atlanta with her, now, three children. Upon John's return to the U.S., they began their peripatetic married life in the military. Dorothy Grace met these constant moves with grace and humor and found small reasons to be happy everyday wherever she was living. The focus of her life was always her family, friends, and faith.
Dorothy Grace continued this adventurous life until 1966, when John retired from the Army, and they moved back to metropolitan Atlanta. In 1984, a little more than a year after completion of their dream home on a lake, Dorothy Grace was unexpectedly widowed. She chose to remain in her home and in 1987 married her friend and companion, Kimsey Ware Davis. After his death in 2006, she decided to leave Atlanta to be closer to family and, in 2007, she moved to Portland, Ore., to live with her daughter. In 2008, she moved to Mary's Woods in Lake Oswego, Ore. In 2017, she moved one final time–to Sylvan Crown Senior Care Home, where she found great warmth and received excellent care from Adela, Simona, and Codrin. Special thanks also go to the many volunteers who visited her from Lake Grove Presbyterian Church, especially Laurel, and to her hospice nurse, Sarah. She is survived by her children, John Andy Smith, III (Kim Latham), Susan Grace Smith Mersereau (Peter), and Arthur Roy Smith (Lisa); her niece, Sara Elizabeth Davis Sigler (Michael); her grandchildren, Barrett Christopher Mersereau (Gulgun), Travis Ryan Mersereau (Carly), Courtney Leigh Mersereau, Nathan Charles Smith, and Jessica Kay Smith Doyle (Ben); and her four great-grandchildren, Max, Eren, Jaxon, and Zoe. She was predeceased by both husbands; and her only sister, Evelyn Winnifred Smith Davis.
A graveside memorial service will be held at a later date at Arlington Memorial Park, Atlanta, Ga. Any remembrances should be made in her name to the charity of your choice.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=dorothy-grace-smith&pid=196712357
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2020.08.28 00:04 BuccosBot Post Game Thread: The Pirates defeated the Cardinals by a score of 4-3 - Thu, Aug 27 @ 03:15 PM EDT

Pirates @ Cardinals - Thu, Aug 27

Game Status: Final - Score: 4-3 Pirates

Links & Info

Pirates Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 González, E - 3B 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 .263 .273 .434
2 Tucker - RF 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 .255 .288 .345
3 Newman - SS 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 .268 .302 .341
4 Bell - DH 2 1 0 0 2 1 3 .186 .243 .268
5 Reynolds, B - LF 4 0 1 1 0 1 3 .207 .291 .359
6 Stallings - C 4 0 2 1 0 0 1 .328 .400 .414
7 Polanco, G - RF 4 0 0 0 0 1 5 .127 .222 .349
Frazier, A - 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .186 .224 .324
8 Osuna - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 .132 .175 .211
9 Craig - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000
1-Dyson, J - CF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .157 .218 .157
Totals 32 4 6 3 2 4 19
Pirates
1-Ran for Craig in the 8th.
BATTING: TB: González, E; Newman; Reynolds, B; Stallings 2; Tucker. RBI: Reynolds, B (8); Stallings (10); Tucker (5). 2-out RBI: Stallings; Reynolds, B. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Polanco, G 2; Reynolds, B. GIDP: Bell. Team RISP: 3-for-12. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: DP: 2 (Osuna-Newman; Kuhl-González, E-Craig).
Cardinals Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Wong, Ko - 2B 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 .231 .346 .277
2 Edman - SS 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 .247 .321 .356
3 Goldschmidt - DH 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 .333 .483 .500
1-Bader - PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .243 .378 .568
4 Miller, B - 3B 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 .317 .453 .537
5 O'Neill - LF 3 0 1 0 0 1 4 .186 .284 .373
a-Schrock - PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 .231 .231 .462
6 Molina - C 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 .300 .327 .380
7 Carpenter, M - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .351 .300
8 Fowler - RF 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 .269 .345 .404
9 Carlson - CF 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 .189 .259 .283
Totals 27 3 7 3 4 3 12
Cardinals
a-Struck out for O'Neill in the 8th. 1-Ran for Goldschmidt in the 8th.
BATTING: HR: Molina (1, 5th inning off Kuhl, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Carlson; Edman 2; Fowler; Goldschmidt; Molina 4; O'Neill. RBI: Goldschmidt (10); Molina (8); Wong, Ko (3). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: O'Neill 2; Schrock. SF: Wong, Ko. GIDP: Carlson. Team RISP: 2-for-6. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: E: Miller, B 2 (4, throw, fielding); Wong, Ko (1, fielding). DP: (Wong, Ko-Edman-Carpenter, M).
Pirates Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Kuhl 6.0 4 1 1 4 1 1 81-44 2.52
Stratton (W, 2-0) 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-8 4.20
Rodríguez, Ri (S, 2) 1.0 3 2 1 0 2 0 26-21 3.55
Totals 8.0 7 3 2 4 3 1
Cardinals Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Kim 6.0 3 1 0 1 3 0 80-52 1.08
Gallegos 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 19-12 0.00
Gant (L, 0-2) 0.2 2 3 1 1 1 0 26-17 1.93
Webb 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 4.50
Totals 8.0 6 4 1 2 4 0
Game Info
WP: Gant.
Pitches-strikes: Kuhl 81-44; Stratton 13-8; Rodríguez, Ri 26-21; Kim 80-52; Gallegos 19-12; Gant 26-17; Webb 1-1.
Groundouts-flyouts: Kuhl 7-3; Stratton 1-2; Rodríguez, Ri 0-1; Kim 6-4; Gallegos 0-2; Gant 2-0; Webb 1-0.
Batters faced: Kuhl 23; Stratton 3; Rodríguez, Ri 6; Kim 23; Gallegos 4; Gant 6; Webb.
Inherited runners-scored: Webb 2-0.
Umpires: HP: Jordan Baker. 1B: Paul Clemons. 2B: Jeremie Rehak. 3B: Ed Hickox.
Weather: 85 degrees, Overcast.
Wind: 7 mph, Out To LF.
First pitch: 2:14 PM.
T: 2:48.
Venue: Busch Stadium.
August 27, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 4 Jacob Stallings singles on a line drive to left fielder Tyler O'Neill. Cole Tucker scores. Josh Bell to 2nd. 1-0 PIT
Bottom 5 Yadier Molina homers (1) on a line drive to left center field. 1-1
Top 8 Cole Tucker singles on a fly ball to center fielder Dylan Carlson. Jarrod Dyson scores. 2-1 PIT
Top 8 Bryan Reynolds singles on a line drive to center fielder Dylan Carlson. Cole Tucker scores. Josh Bell to 2nd. 3-1 PIT
Top 8 Jacob Stallings reaches on a fielding error by third baseman Brad Miller. Josh Bell scores. Bryan Reynolds to 3rd. 4-1 PIT
Bottom 8 Kolten Wong out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Bryan Reynolds. Dexter Fowler scores. 4-2 PIT
Bottom 8 Paul Goldschmidt singles on a line drive to right fielder Cole Tucker, deflected by pitcher Richard Rodriguez. Dylan Carlson scores. Tommy Edman to 3rd. 4-3 PIT
Team Highlight
STL Brad Miller's diving catch (00:00:26)
STL Tyler O'Neill's catch at the wall (00:00:33)
PIT José Osuna turns the double play (00:00:22)
STL Tyler O'Neill's twisting catch (00:00:41)
PIT Jacob Stallings' RBI single (00:00:37)
STL Dexter Fowler's leaping catch (00:00:24)
STL Yadier Molina's game-tying homer (00:00:33)
PIT Pirates catch Dexter Fowler (00:00:31)
PIT Chad Kuhl escapes the jam (00:00:10)
STL Giovanny Gallegos escapes the jam (00:00:15)
PIT Cole Tucker's sliding catch (00:00:23)
STL Kwang Hyun Kim strikes out three (00:00:57)
PIT Cole Tucker's go-ahead single (00:00:32)
STL Tyler O'Neill's running catch (00:00:38)
PIT Bryan Reynolds' RBI single (00:00:28)
PIT Josh Bell scores on error (00:00:41)
STL Paul Goldschmidt's RBI single (00:00:35)
STL Kolten Wong's sacrifice fly (00:00:37)
PIT Richard Rodriguez gets the save (00:00:24)
Josh Sborz K's Bart to end game (00:00:15)
PIT Bryan Reynolds' sliding catch (00:00:46)
PIT Pirates take lead with 3-run 8th (00:01:40)
José Marmolejos' grand slam (00:00:35)
Shed Long Jr.'s solo home run (00:00:34)
Clayton Kershaw's shutout start (00:01:03)
Reds hit back-to-back home runs (00:00:47)
Wandy Peralta picks off Bellinger (00:00:26)
Manny Machado's 11th homer (00:00:46)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:06:49)
Dodgers vs Giants Highlights 8/27 (00:03:56)
Nick Castellanos' sacrifice fly (00:00:34)
PIT Recap: PIT 4, STL 3 (00:00:33)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:04:59)
PIT Pirates vs. Cardinals Recap 8/27 (00:04:58)
Padres' seven-run walk-off rally (00:01:23)
Omar Narváez's solo home run (00:00:35)
PIT Erik González's RBI single (00:00:28)
PIT Adam Frazier's RBI single (00:00:21)
Dodgers shut out Giants (00:01:23)
Joc Pederson's solo home run (00:00:34)
Sonny Gray's five shutout innings (00:01:32)
PIT CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:06:53)
Adrian Houser K's Jose Garcia (00:00:27)
Jake Cronenworth's diving stop (00:00:29)
Trent Grisham's RBI knock (00:00:44)
STL Austin Gomber escapes the jam (00:00:00)
Jurickson Profar's infield RBI (00:00:37)
Reds vs. Brewers Recap 8/27 (00:02:56)
Luis Perdomo strikes out six (00:00:30)
STL Johan Oviedo strikes out Reynolds (00:00:14)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:05:43)
Jorge Mateo's first MLB hit (00:00:20)
Will Smith's RBI double (00:00:28)
Marmolejos nabs Hosmer at home (00:00:36)
Jesse Winker smacks two homers (00:00:47)
PIT José Osuna grabs fly ball (00:00:34)
Yusei Kikuchi fans six batters (00:00:32)
Sam Haggerty's run-scoring single (00:00:25)
PIT Cody Ponce collects first MLB win (00:00:00)
Gausman strikes out Hernández (00:00:10)
Austin Nola's RBI single (00:00:25)
STL Brad Miller's triple (00:00:40)
Stephenson K's Smoak to end game (00:00:18)
Machado's 3 HRs in doubleheader (00:01:28)
Mariners' six-run 1st inning (00:01:33)
Yoshihisa Hirano makes the final (00:00:14)
PIT Nik Turley's first save (00:00:47)
Trevor Gott induces double play (00:00:15)
Marmolejos' 2 homers in twin bill (00:01:13)
PIT Pirates shut out Cardinals (00:01:46)
Blake Treinen works out of jam (00:00:14)
Padres vs. Mariners Recap 8/27 (00:02:42)
PIT Pirates vs. Cardinals Recap 8/27 (00:03:09)
Longoria stays in after foul ball (00:01:35)
Kenley Jansen locks down the save (00:00:25)
STL CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:05:30)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:05:20)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:05:00)
Dodgers shut out Giants again (00:01:26)
Kenley Jansen K's three for save (00:00:32)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Pirates 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 4 6 0 7
Cardinals 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 7 3 6

Around the Division

PIT 2 @ STL 0 - Final
CIN 6 @ MIL 1 - Final
CIN 6 @ MIL 0 - Game Over
Next Pirates Game: Fri, Aug 28, 08:10 PM EDT @ Brewers
Last Updated: 08/27/2020 11:22:35 PM EDT
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2020.08.27 19:15 BuccosBot Game Thread: Pirates (7-19) @ Cardinals (11-9) - Thu, Aug 27 @ 03:15 PM EDT

Pirates @ Cardinals - Thu, Aug 27

Game Status: Final - Score: 4-3 Pirates

Links & Info

Pirates Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 González, E - 3B 4 0 1 0 0 1 1 .263 .273 .434
2 Tucker - RF 4 2 1 1 0 0 1 .255 .288 .345
3 Newman - SS 4 0 1 0 0 0 3 .268 .302 .341
4 Bell - DH 2 1 0 0 2 1 3 .186 .243 .268
5 Reynolds, B - LF 4 0 1 1 0 1 3 .207 .291 .359
6 Stallings - C 4 0 2 1 0 0 1 .328 .400 .414
7 Polanco, G - RF 4 0 0 0 0 1 5 .127 .222 .349
Frazier, A - 2B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .186 .224 .324
8 Osuna - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 .132 .175 .211
9 Craig - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000
1-Dyson, J - CF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 .157 .218 .157
Totals 32 4 6 3 2 4 19
Pirates
1-Ran for Craig in the 8th.
BATTING: TB: González, E; Newman; Reynolds, B; Stallings 2; Tucker. RBI: Reynolds, B (8); Stallings (10); Tucker (5). 2-out RBI: Stallings; Reynolds, B. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Polanco, G 2; Reynolds, B. GIDP: Bell. Team RISP: 3-for-12. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: DP: 2 (Osuna-Newman; Kuhl-González, E-Craig).
Cardinals Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Wong, Ko - 2B 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 .231 .346 .277
2 Edman - SS 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 .247 .321 .356
3 Goldschmidt - DH 3 0 1 1 1 0 1 .333 .483 .500
1-Bader - PR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .243 .378 .568
4 Miller, B - 3B 2 0 0 0 2 1 2 .317 .453 .537
5 O'Neill - LF 3 0 1 0 0 1 4 .186 .284 .373
a-Schrock - PH 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 .231 .231 .462
6 Molina - C 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 .300 .327 .380
7 Carpenter, M - 1B 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 .200 .351 .300
8 Fowler - RF 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 .269 .345 .404
9 Carlson - CF 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 .189 .259 .283
Totals 27 3 7 3 4 3 12
Cardinals
a-Struck out for O'Neill in the 8th. 1-Ran for Goldschmidt in the 8th.
BATTING: HR: Molina (1, 5th inning off Kuhl, 0 on, 0 out). TB: Carlson; Edman 2; Fowler; Goldschmidt; Molina 4; O'Neill. RBI: Goldschmidt (10); Molina (8); Wong, Ko (3). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: O'Neill 2; Schrock. SF: Wong, Ko. GIDP: Carlson. Team RISP: 2-for-6. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: E: Miller, B 2 (4, throw, fielding); Wong, Ko (1, fielding). DP: (Wong, Ko-Edman-Carpenter, M).
Pirates Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Kuhl 6.0 4 1 1 4 1 1 81-44 2.52
Stratton (W, 2-0) 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13-8 4.20
Rodríguez, Ri (S, 2) 1.0 3 2 1 0 2 0 26-21 3.55
Totals 8.0 7 3 2 4 3 1
Cardinals Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Kim 6.0 3 1 0 1 3 0 80-52 1.08
Gallegos 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 0 19-12 0.00
Gant (L, 0-2) 0.2 2 3 1 1 1 0 26-17 1.93
Webb 0.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 4.50
Totals 8.0 6 4 1 2 4 0
Game Info
WP: Gant.
Pitches-strikes: Kuhl 81-44; Stratton 13-8; Rodríguez, Ri 26-21; Kim 80-52; Gallegos 19-12; Gant 26-17; Webb 1-1.
Groundouts-flyouts: Kuhl 7-3; Stratton 1-2; Rodríguez, Ri 0-1; Kim 6-4; Gallegos 0-2; Gant 2-0; Webb 1-0.
Batters faced: Kuhl 23; Stratton 3; Rodríguez, Ri 6; Kim 23; Gallegos 4; Gant 6; Webb.
Inherited runners-scored: Webb 2-0.
Umpires: HP: Jordan Baker. 1B: Paul Clemons. 2B: Jeremie Rehak. 3B: Ed Hickox.
Weather: 85 degrees, Overcast.
Wind: 7 mph, Out To LF.
First pitch: 2:14 PM.
T: 2:48.
Venue: Busch Stadium.
August 27, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 4 Jacob Stallings singles on a line drive to left fielder Tyler O'Neill. Cole Tucker scores. Josh Bell to 2nd. 1-0 PIT
Bottom 5 Yadier Molina homers (1) on a line drive to left center field. 1-1
Top 8 Cole Tucker singles on a fly ball to center fielder Dylan Carlson. Jarrod Dyson scores. 2-1 PIT
Top 8 Bryan Reynolds singles on a line drive to center fielder Dylan Carlson. Cole Tucker scores. Josh Bell to 2nd. 3-1 PIT
Top 8 Jacob Stallings reaches on a fielding error by third baseman Brad Miller. Josh Bell scores. Bryan Reynolds to 3rd. 4-1 PIT
Bottom 8 Kolten Wong out on a sacrifice fly to left fielder Bryan Reynolds. Dexter Fowler scores. 4-2 PIT
Bottom 8 Paul Goldschmidt singles on a line drive to right fielder Cole Tucker, deflected by pitcher Richard Rodriguez. Dylan Carlson scores. Tommy Edman to 3rd. 4-3 PIT
Team Highlight
STL Yadier Molina's RBI hit-by-pitch (00:00:19)
Starling Marte's RBI triple (00:00:18)
Christian Walker's RBI double (00:00:20)
Ketel Marte's RBI FC (00:00:09)
David Peralta's RBI single in 9th (00:00:12)
Christian Walker's two-run double (00:00:19)
STL Cardinals walk off with 4 in 9th (00:01:41)
Jeff Hoffman caps Rockies' win (00:00:25)
Christian Walker's four-RBI game (00:01:08)
Rockies vs. D-backs Recap 8/26 (00:03:25)
Riley Smith's first career K (00:00:13)
CG: [email protected] - 8/26/20 (00:06:02)
Daily Dash: 8/26/20 (00:01:01)
STL Brad Miller's diving catch (00:00:26)
STL Tyler O'Neill's catch at the wall (00:00:33)
PIT José Osuna turns the double play (00:00:22)
Lamet pitches out of a jam (00:00:15)
STL Tyler O'Neill's twisted catch (00:00:41)
PIT Jacob Stallings' RBI single (00:00:37)
José Marmolejos' two-run homer (00:00:28)
Shed Long Jr.'s RBI single (00:00:14)
Cody Bellinger's RBI groundout (00:00:39)
Logan Webb strikes out Pollock (00:00:08)
STL Dexter Fowler's leaping catch (00:00:24)
STL Yadier Molina's game-tying homer (00:00:33)
Manny Machado's ninth home run (00:00:35)
Cody Bellinger out at first (00:01:10)
Evan White leaves game in the 4th (00:00:22)
Cody Bellinger's backhanded catch (00:00:47)
Three Mariners steal base in 4th (00:00:30)
AJ Pollock's diving catch (00:00:22)
PIT Pirates catch Dexter Fowler (00:00:31)
Ljay Newsome strikes out four (00:00:51)
Fernando Tatis Jr.'s 13th homer (00:00:26)
Manny Machado's game-tying homer (00:00:29)
PIT Chad Kuhl escapes the jam (00:00:10)
STL Giovanny Gallegos escapes the jam (00:00:15)
George Lombard on Dodgers unity (00:02:27)
Joc Pederson's RBI infield single (00:00:34)
PIT Cole Tucker's sliding catch (00:00:23)
Sam Haggerty breaks the tie (00:00:18)
Corey Seager's RBI infield single (00:00:28)
Kyle Lewis' run-scoring single (00:00:23)
Kyle Seager's RBI single (00:00:25)
STL Kwang Hyun Kim strikes out three (00:00:57)
PIT Cole Tucker's go-ahead single (00:00:32)
Austin Nola's sacrifice fly (00:00:18)
STL Tyler O'Neill's running catch (00:00:38)
PIT Bryan Reynolds' RBI single (00:00:28)
PIT Jacob Stallings drives in a run (00:00:41)
Tatis Jr., Machado homer in 6th (00:00:55)
Austin Barnes' two-run double (00:00:39)
Manny Machado's two-run single (00:00:30)
Eric Hosmer ties the game in 7th (00:00:23)
Dinelson Lamet strikes out six (00:00:58)
Tatis Jr. scores on a wild pitch (00:00:12)
Wil Myers' walk-off home run (00:00:33)
STL Paul Goldschmidt's RBI single (00:00:35)
STL Kolten Wong's sacrifice fly (00:00:37)
AJ Pollock's two-run home run (00:00:37)
Manny Machado's four-RBI game (00:01:02)
Mookie Betts' 1,000th career hit (00:00:29)
Yastrzemski robs HR from Turner (00:00:37)
Tatis, Manny go back-to-back (00:01:05)
PIT Richard Rodriguez gets the save (00:00:24)
Mariners vs. Padres Recap 8/27 (00:04:58)
Josh Sborz K's Bart to end game (00:00:15)
PIT Bryan Reynolds' sliding catch (00:00:46)
PIT Pirates take lead with 3-run 8th (00:01:40)
Clayton Kershaw's shutout start (00:01:03)
Wandy Peralta picks off Bellinger (00:00:26)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:06:49)
Dodgers vs Giants Highlights 8/27 (00:03:56)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:04:59)
PIT Pirates vs. Cardinals Recap 8/27 (00:04:58)
Padres' seven-run walk-off rally (00:01:23)
Dodgers shut out Giants (00:01:23)
PIT CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:06:53)
Reds vs. Brewers Recap 8/27 (00:02:56)
CG: [email protected] - 8/27/20 (00:05:43)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Pirates 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 4 6 0 7
Cardinals 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 7 3 6

Around the Division

PIT 2 @ STL 0 - Game Over
CIN 6 @ MIL 1 - Final
CIN 0 @ MIL 0 - Middle 1
Last Updated: 08/27/2020 08:53:47 PM EDT
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2020.08.26 07:00 NotUsingMyLibraryPC General Discussion + this week's schedule of fights

General Discussion + this week's schedule of fights

Stamp Fairtex

ONE Championship: A New Breed (Friday 8/28)
  • Stamp Fairtex vs. Allycia Hellen Rodrigues (Muay Thai) (Strawweight Championship) (Main Event)
  • Denice Zamboanga vs. Watsyapinya Kaewkhong
  • Wondergirl Fairtex vs. KC Carlos (Muay Thai)
    UFC Fight Night: Smith vs. Rakic (Saturday 8/29)
  • Ji Yeon Kim vs. Alexa Grasso
  • Mallory Martin vs. Hannah Cifers
  • Emily Whitmire vs. Polyana Viana
Submission Underground 17 (Sunday 8/30)
  • Amanda Loewen vs. Gillian Robertson (Grappling)

*All dates are according to North American timezones.
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2020.08.03 07:07 tiny_doughnut AFLW Sign and Trade: Master Post

Hi everyone!
Going to keep an eye on incoming signings and list changes as we go along, don’t hesitate to post any articles that you see and give me a poke if I haven’t updated!
Hope you’re all staying safe and well, and we’ll be back at Ikon Park for season 2021 soon 🍩❤️
Points worth remembering for this trade period:
Day 1 Wrap Day 2 Wrap Day 3 Wrap Day 4 Wrap Day 5 Wrap Day 6 Wrap Day 7 Wrap Day 8 Wrap

Adelaide Crows:

Signed: ✅ - Najwa Allen, 1yr - Sarah Allen, until 2021 - Chelsea Biddell, 1yr - Hannah Button, 1yr - Ailish Considine, 1yr - Dayna Cox, 1yr - Angela Foley, until 2021 - Renee Forth, 1yr - Nikki Gore, 1yr - Caitlin Gould, 1yr - Anne Hatchard, until 2021 - Eloise Jones, until 2021 - Ebony Marinoff, until 2021 - Montana McKinnon, 1yr - Rhiannon Metcalfe, 1yr - Justine Mules, 1yr - Hannah Munyard, 1yr? - Maddi Newman, 1yr - Erin Phillips, 1yr - Danielle Ponter, 1yr - Marijana Rajcic, until 2021 - Chelsea Randall, until 2021 - Chloe Scheer, until 2021 - Jess Sedunary, 1yr? - Stevie-Lee Thompson, until 2021 - Deni Varnhagen, until 2021 - Lisa Whiteley, 1yr?
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Nicole Campbell (delisted) - Courtney Cramey (retired) - Jess Foley (retired) - Courtney Gum (retired) - Sophie Li (retired) - Maisie Nankivell, (step away/Suncorp Super Netball) - Jaimi Tabb (delisted) - Ruth Wallace (step away)

Brisbane Lions:

Signed: ✅ - Ally Anderson, until 2022 - Lauren Arnell, 1yr - Emily Bates, until 2022 - Greta Bodey, 2yrs - Shannon Campbell, 2yrs - Gabby Collingwood, 1yr - Sophie Conway, until 2021 - Dakota Davidson, 2yrs - Belle Dawes, 2yrs - Jade Ellenger, 1yr - Nat Grider, 2yrs - Tahlia Hickie, 2yrs - Courtney Hodder, 1yr (Rookie) - Jesse Keeffe, 1yr - Breanna Koenen, 2yrs - Rheanne Lugg, 2yrs - Kate Lutkins, until 2022 - Maria Moloney, 2yrs - Orla O’Dwyer, 1yr (Rookie) - Lily Postlethwaite, 2yrs - Selina Priest, 1yr - Taylor Smith, 1yr - Cathy Svarc, 2yrs - Jesse Wardlaw, 2yrs - Sharni Webb, 1yr - Jess Wuetschner, until 2022 - Jordan Zanchetta, 1yr - Emma Zielke, 1yr
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Arianna Clarke (released/stepping away) - Hannah Hillman (delisted) - Brianna McFarlane (delisted)

Carlton Blues:

Signed: ✅ - Lauren Brazzale, 1yr - Alison Downie, 1yr - Jess Edwards, 1yr - Grace Egan, until 2022 - Georgia Gee, until 2022 - Serena Gibbs, 2yrs - Maddy Guerin, 2yrs - Charlotte Hammans, 1yr - Kerryn Harrington, until 2022 - Courtney Jones, 1yr - Mua Laloifi, 2yrs - Katie Loynes, 1yr - Lucy McEvoy, until 2022 - Breann Moody, 2yrs - Elise O’Dea, 2yrs - Natalie Plane, 2yrs - Maddy Prespakis, until 2022 - Brooke Vernon, 2yrs - Brooke Walker, 1yr - Charlotte Wilson, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Sarah Hosking to Richmond - Jayde Van Dyk to St Kilda - Chloe Dalton to Inactive List for 2021, has signed with the club for 2022
Delistings: ✴️ - Joanne Doonan (delisted) - Emerson Woods (delisted) - Katie Harrison (delisted) - Sharnie Whiting (delisted)

Collingwood Magpies:

Signed: ✅ - Sophie Alexander, 1yr - Jordyn Allen, until 2021 - Britt Bonnici, 1yr - Ash Brazill, until 2021 - Lauren Butler, 1yr? - Mikala Cann, 1yr? - Sophie Casey, 1yr - Steph Chiocci, 1yr? - Bri Davey, 1yr - Abbey Green, 1yr - Jaimee Lambert, 1yr - Sharni Layton, 1yr - Stacey Livingstone, 1yr - Jordan Membrey, 1yr - Chloe Molloy, until 2021 - Aliesha Newman, 1yr - Ebony O’Dea, 1yr - Alana Porter, 1yr? - Imogen Purcell, 1yr, Category B Rookie - Sarah Rowe, 1yr - Ruby Schleicher, until 2021 - Aishling Sheridan, 1yr - Maddie Shevlin, until 2021 - Kristy Stratton, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Sarah Dargan to Richmond - Sarah D’Arcy to Richmond - Katie Lynch to Western Bulldogs
Delistings: ✴️ - Kaila Bentvelzen (step away) - Georgia Gourlay (delisted) - Emma Grant (retired) - Eliza Hynes (retired) - Machaelia Roberts (retirement)

Fremantle Dockers:

Signed: ✅ - Ebony Antonio, until 2022 - Kara Antonio, until 2022 - Kiara Bowers, until 2022 - Tayla Brealand, until 2021 - Steph Cain, until 2021 - Janelle Cuthbertson, 1yr - Sabreena Duffy, until 2021 - Evie Gooch, 1yr - Katie Jayne Grieve, 1yr - Gemma Houghton, until 2021 - Leah Mascall, 1yr - Ann McMahon, 1yr - Hayley Miller, 2yrs - Emma O’Driscoll, 1yr - Gabby O’Sullivan, until 2022 - Laura Pugh, 1yr - Roxy Roux, 2yrs - Matilda Sergeant, until 2021 - Philipa Seth, until 2021 - Ashley Sharp, until 2021 - Ange Stannett, until 2021 - Jasmine Stewart, 1yr - Mim Strom, 2yrs - Tarnee Tester, 1yr, free agent signing - Aine Tighe, 1yr - Jess Trend, 1yr - Bianca Webb, 1yr - Alex Williams, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Tayla Bresland to West Coast Eagles
Delisted: ✴️ - Mia-Rae Clifford (delisted) - Sarah Garstone (delisted) - Lindal Rhode (delisted - Kate Flood (personal reasons)

Geelong Cats:

Signed: ✅ - Maddie Boyd, 1yr - Millie Brown, 2yrs - Rene Caris, 1yr - Georgia Clarke, 1yr - Rocky Cranston, 1yr - Julia Crockett-Gills, 2yrs - Kate Darby, 1yr - Renee Garing, 1yr - Nicole Garner, 1yr - Rebecca Goring, 1yr - Danielle Higgins, 2yrs - Jordan Ivey, 1yr - Maddy Keryk, 2yrs - Madisen Maguire, 1yr - Amy McDonald, 2yrs - Meghan McDonald, 2yrs - Maddy McMahon, 1yr - Phoebe McWilliams, 1yr - Nina Morrison, 2yrs - Aasta O’Connor, 1yr - Olivia Purcell, 1yr - Georgie Rankin, 1yr - Mia Skinner, 1yr - Denby Taylor, 1yr - Sophie Van De Heuvel, 2yrs - Rebecca Webster, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Cassie Blakeway (delisted) - Melissa Hickey (retired) - Anna Teague (retired) - Gemma Wright (delisted)

Gold Coast Suns:

Signed: ✅ - Lauren Ahrens, 1yr? - Alison Drennan, 1yr - Hannah Dunn, 1yr? - Tiarna Ernst, 1yr? - Cheyenne Hammond, 1yr? - Ellie Hampson, 1yr? - Dee Heslop, 1yr? - Kalinda Howarth, 1yr? - Paige Parker, until 2021 - Brittany Perry, 1yr? - Jade Pregelj, 1yr? - Molly Ritson, 1yr? - Jamie Stanton, 1yr? - Kate Surman, 1yr? - Serene Watson, 1yr? - Jacqui Yorston, 1yr?
Movements: 🔄 - Charlotte Hammans to Carlton - Taylor Smith to Brisbane
Delisted: ✴️ - Georgia Breward, (delisted) - Lexi Hamilton, (delisted) - Maddy Roberts, (delisted) - Tayla Thorn, (delisted) - Kitara Whap-Farrar, (delisted)

GWS Giants:

Signed: ✅ - Jessica Allan, 1yr - Nicola Barr, 1yr - Rebecca Beeson, 2yr - Elle Bennetts, 1yr - Yvonne Bonner, 1yr - Jess Dal Pos, 1yr - Taylah Davies, 1yr - Alicia Eva, 2yr - Georgia Garnett, 1yr - Emily Goodsir, 1yr - Sarah Halvorsen, 1yr - Tanya Hetherington, 1yr - Jodie Hicks, 1yr - Annalyse Lister, 1yr - Tait Mackrill, 2yr - Erin McKinnon, 1yr - Alyce Parker, 2yr - Rebecca Privitelli, 2yr - Pepa Randall, 2yr - Aimee Schmidt, 1yr - Katherine Smith, 2yrs - Cora Staunton, 1yr - Lisa Steane, 1yr - Louise Stephenson, 2yr - Britt Tully, 1yr - Haneen Zreika, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Lisa Whiteley to Adelaide Crows
Delisted: ✴️ - Ellie Brush (retired to focus on Matildas/Olympic opportunity - Ingrid Nielsen (retired) - Maggie Gorham (retired)

Melbourne Demons:

Signed: ✅ - Libby Birch, 2yrs - Gabby Colvin, 1yr - Tegan Cunningham, until 2021 - Meg Downie, until 2021 - Chantel Emonson, 2yrs - Maddi Gay, 2yrs - Sinead Goldrick, 1yr - Tyla Hanks, 2yrs - Shelley Heath, 2yrs - Kate Hore, 2yrs - Sarah Lampard, until 2021 - Lauren Magee, 1yr - Niamh McEvoy, 1yr - Lily Mithen, 2yrs - Jackie Parry, 1yr - Karen Paxman, 1yr - Daisy Pearce, 1yr - Lauren Pearce, until 2021 - Krstel Petrevski, 1yr - Shelley Scott, 1yr - Casey Sherriff, 2yrs - Shae Sloane, 1yr - Breanna Tarrant, 1yr - Eden Zanker, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Harriet Cordner to Richmond - Maddy Guerin to Carlton - Bianca Jakobsson to St Kilda - Aliesha Newman to Collingwood - Elise O’Dea fo Carlton - Katherine Smith to GWS
Delisted: ✴️ - Ainslie Kemp (delisted)

North Melbourne Kangaroos:

Signed: ✅ - Grace Campbell, 1yr? - Mia King, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Abbey Green to (Collingwood) - Jess Trend to Fremantle Dockers
Delistings: ✴️ - Chloe Haines (delisted) - Libby Haines (delisted) - Emma Humphries (delisted) - Taylor Mesiti (step away) - Mairead Seoighe (delisted)

Richmond Tigers:

Signed: ✅ - Christina Bernardi, until 2021 - Maddy Brancatisano, 1yr - Katie Brennan, until 2021 - Hannah Buchell, 1yr - Akec Makur Chuot, 1yr - Monique Conti, until 2021 - Harriet Cordner, 1yr - Sarah D’Arcy, 1yr - Sarah Dargan, 1yr - Kate Dempsey, 1yr - Alice Edmonds, 1yr - Sabrina Frederick, until 2021 - Emily Harley, 1yr - Sarah Hosking, 2yrs - Kodi Jacques, 1yr - Laura McClelland, 1yr - Sarah Molan, 1yr - Phoebe Monahan, 1yr - Rebecca Miller, 1yr - Ilish Ross, 1yr - Sarah Sansonetti, 1yr - Cleo Saxon-Jones, 1yr - Gabby Seymour, 1yr - Tayla Stahl, 1yr - Courtney Wakefield, 1yr - Holly Whitford, 1yr - Alana Woodward, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Grace Campbell to North Melbourne
Delistings: ✴️ - Laura Bailey (retired) - Nakaela Butler (delisted - Ciara Fitzgerald (delisted - Emma Horne (delisted) - Lauren Tesoriero (retired) - Ella Wood (retired)

St Kilda Saints:

Signed: ✅ - Nadia von Bertouch, until 2022 - Ali Brown, until 2022 - Rosie Dillon, 2yrs - Jayde Van Dyk, 1yr? - Nat Exon, 1yr - Clara Fitzpatrick, until 2022 - Caitlin Greiser, until 2022 - Darcy Guttridge, 1yr - Bianca Jakobsson, 1yr? - Selena Karlson, until 2021 - Poppy Kelly, until 2022 - Tilly Lucas-Rodd, 2yrs - Tamara Luke, until 2022 - Kate McCarthy, until 2022 - Molly McDonald, 2yrs - Georgia Patrikios, until 2022 - Cat Phillips, 1yr - Hannah Priest, 2yrs - Isabella Shannon, 2yrs - Kate Shierlaw, until 2022 - Olivia Vesely, 2yrs - Rhiannon Watt, 2yrs - Tarni White, 2yrs - Claudia Whitfort, 1yr - Nicola Xenos, 2yrs
Movements: 🔄 - Jess Sedunary to Adelaide Crows - Alison Drennan to GC Suns
Delistings: ✴️ - Sammie Johnson (delisted) - Mel Kuys (delisted) - Emma Mackie (retired) - Courteney Munn (retire) - Kelly O’Neill (delisted)

West Coast Eagles:

Signed: ✅ - Ashlee Atkins, until 2021 - Mikayla Bowen, 2yrs? - Tayla Bresland, 1yr - Hayley Bullas, 2yrs? - Imahra Cameron, 2yrs? - Mhicca Carter, Rookie - Melissa Caulfield, until 2021 - Maddy Collier, until 2021 - Beatrice Devlyn, 1yr - McKenzie Dowrick, until 2021 - Kellie Gibson, until 2021 - Brianna Green, until 2021 - Courtney Guard, until 2021 - Ashton Hill, 1yr - Dana Hooker, until 2023 - Alicia Janz, until 2021 - Parris Laurie, until 2022 - Grace Kelly, 2yrs - Niamh Kelly, 2yrs - Aisling McCarthy, 1yr - Sophie McDonald, 1yr - Kate Orme, 1yr - Chantella Perera, 1yr - Belinda Smith, until 2022 - Emma Swanson, until 2021
Movements: 🔄
Delisted: ✴️ - Talia Radan (retired) - Kate Bartlett (delisted) - Emily Bonser (retired) - Cassie Davidson (delisted) - Emily McGuire (delisted) - Daniela Pisconeri (delisted) - Tarnee Tester (delisted)

Western Bulldogs:

The Doggies didn’t specify contract lengths per player, so take ‘1yr’ with a grain of salt
Signed: ✅ - Deanna Berry, 1yr - Ellie Blackburn, 1yr - Eleanor Brown, 1yr - Naomi Ferres, 1yr - Ellyse Gamble, 1yr - Elisabeth Georgeostathis, 1yr - Angelica Gogos, 1yr - Isabella Grant, 1yr - Ashleigh Guest, 1yr - Britney Gutknecht, 1yr - Katy Herron, 1yr - Bailey Hunt, 1yr - Isabel Huntington, 1yr - Gemma Lagioia, 1yr - Kirsty Lamb, 1yr - Brooke Lochland, 1yr - Katie Lynch, 1yr - Dani Marshall, 1yr - Kirsten McLeod, 1yr - Celine Moody, 1yr - Nell Morris-Dalton, 1yr - Gabby Newton, 1yr - Kim Rennie, 1yr - Hannah Scott, 1yr - Lauren Spark, 1yr - Bonnie Toogood, 1yr - Amelia Van Oosterwijck, 1yr
Movements: 🔄 - Aisling McCarthy to West Coast Eagles - Hannah Munyard to Adelaide Crows
Delisted: ✴️ - Nicole Callinan (retired)
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2020.07.28 09:31 guns_n_gardenias Cards Against Humanity Custom Word List! 😈😈😈

I didn't copy the cards word-to-word (the sentences may be too long?) so I broke them down a bit. Also, I filtered out most of the more... NSFW kinky sex-related stuff. Me personally, I don't feel comfortable with people drawing d*cks and vajayjays in a Skribbl game, so I took them out. Feel free to add them back in, if you're okay with it. I also took out some names that aren't really significant to me and the group of friends I play with. There's PDFs of the cards online and their expansions, that's where I got my references :>
Enjoy!
Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, pool, tears, hat, cool, Auschwitz, fart, walk, stray, old people, smell, fire, Lunchables, Keanu Reeves, smallpox, Hurricane Katrina, Racism, Kugel, snapping turtle, Michael Jackson, impotence, Natalie Portman, The Big Bang, Holocaust, geese, bees, Jew, gay, AIDS, drama club, overcompensation, sand, birthday party, pleasantry, Queen of England, menstruation, Teletubbies, agenda, abortion, Bible, Tom Cruise, all-you-can-eat buffet, shrimp, parking lot, Denny's, Martha Stewart, raptor attacks, dental, dam, condom, abstinence, tentacles, Nazis, America, global warming, science, ring pops, plastic surgery, butt, Axe Body Spray, Paris Hilton, Seppuku, James Bond, lick, binge, purge, cannibalism, piercing, electrocution, soup, child abuse, alcoholism, fetus, yeast, booby traps, prayer, Kanye West, puberty, heroin, agriculture, team-building, goblins, sea of troubles, obesity, chivalry, falcon, Bill Nye, Hot Pockets, BATMAN, iced caramel macchiato, dessert pizza, Domino's, fire, blunt, men, Steve Irwin, The KKK, SAT exam, golden showers, popcorn butter, Tiger Woods, Gandhi, pout, ethnic cleansing, Twinkies, pterodactyl, Ronald Reagan, Will Smith, Martin Luther King Jr, Four Loko, ghosts, natural selection, intelligent design, popped collar, The Underground Railroad, necrophilia, substitute teachers, land mines, The Amish, Elmo, post-modernism, midget, soul, passive aggressive, kibble, flash flood, human combustion, vampire movie, The Hamburglar, Justin Bieber, Heath Ledger, me time, incest, tension, emotions, Viagra, rich, lumberjack, dead parents, cat pee, nocturnal, fabulous, Arnold Schwarzenegger, chainsaw, Darth Vader, Bananas in Pajamas, canned tuna, Vikings, the heart of a child, leprosy, Britney Spears, Asia, math, hoopla, placenta, fraternity, Cards Against Humanity, Mathletes, destruction, stranger danger, iPhone, pre-teen, Existentialist, Dysentery, The Pope, Facebook, Genghis Khan, Oompa Loopas, M. Night Shyamalan, socks, voicemail, awkward, fingers, catapult, sperm whale, Creed, Red Sea, roller skates, explosives, Estrogen, dungeon, puppies, Grandma, lockjaw, fear, flightless bird, underpants, herpes, Michael Bay, abs, Robert Downey Jr, thermonuclear, windmill, corpses, New Age, saxophone, seduction, poor, homeless, sunshine, rainbows, benefit, Adderall, free sample, kidney stone, accident, Mad Cow Disease, yodeling, The South, sniff, lollipop, party pooper, Kool Aid, folk music, Japan, white people, prancing, tweeting, amputee, gymnastics team, lifetime of sadness, grave robbing, bowels, world peace, centaurs, casualty, hustle, Shaquille O'Neal, hot people, Stephen Hawking, girls, Italy, relationship status, Kamikaze, repression, scalp, Mexico, child beauty pageants, murder, friction, lobotomy, attitude, leash, cigarette, cuddling, stab wound, mouthwash, drunk, sniffing, glue, minority, college, drinking, yogurt, crumpets, pee, breakfast burrito, robot, love, re-gifting, Tamagotchi, dying, cookies, bake-sale, lamp, clinic, listening, wheelchair, monkey, hair gel, mime, Pac-Man, Harry Potter, peanut butter, parents, forget, lab rats, alternative medicine, high, high five, Chinese food, Happy Meal, power, sleep, night, Vin Diesel, dinner, billionaire, statue, wizard, baseball, app, acid, gas, haiku, time travel, hole, loneliness, chocolate, nothing, racism, cat video, lamprey, toilet, money, cops, acoustic guitar, hoodie, death, fire ants, possession, cowgirl, society, shots, maniac, scream, shotgun, flashback, Vietnam War, butterscotch, mall, unlimited breadsticks, conga, dimension, velcro, disco, PowerPoint, Samuel L. Jackson, mustache, punching, texting, Internet, pants, energy drink, lava lamp, Satan, cooking, bus driver, Pikachu, pregnant, 'Murica, NASCAR, Urban Dictionary, Cthulhu, cat, Ghostbusters, drunk text, carousel, haunted, cheese grater, beekeeping, coffin, litter box, smoke detector, hot sauce, dragon, slow clap, doll house, liberty, justice, hamster, one trillion dollars, Fifty Shades of Grey, Oprah, veterans, physics, bar mitzvah, Detroit, diarrhea, implants, email, socks, black hole, wedding, customer service, pizza, donkey, candy, Popeye's, motel, public restroom, puns, first date, Wikipedia, fundamentalism, Ellen DeGeneres, Monty Python, eugenics, Europe, reality show, euthanasia, toilet paper, Sonic, waxing, skinny jeans, gas station, gold digger, sperm bank, rock-paper-scissors, Hello Kitty, feminist, husband, roommate, clown, trombone, Ben and Jerry's, salmonella, first world problems, dominoes, diapers, millionaire, ninja, mentos, Diet Coke, pearl necklace, magnet, scorpions, pinata, sheep, uncle, nuns, snake, dentist, time machine, English, squirrel, whale, angry, tax, steal, giant squid, chewing gum, ginger, Taylor Swift, hairball, girl scouts, wife, Stormtrooper, the dark side, Pop-Tarts, Black Friday, sneezing, dinner, gynecologist, Asian, hoarder, frat boy, sacrifice, hunting, atheist, church, immigrant, asphyxia, The Civil War, drama club, Indian food, incompetence, childhood dreams, bloodlust, bath salts, choir, facial hair, The Holy Grail, wedding cake, centipede, Saturday morning cartoon, Kim Kardashian, bedbugs, beef, beer, fisherman, crabs, tea party, kumquat, belly button, Osama Bin Laden, blood diamond, volcano, waffles, stutter, mouth, facelift, boy bands, toenails, bunnies, casserole, Michigan, deaf, butter, unconditional love, Muhammad Ali, muscles, war crimes, Twilight, hopes and dreams, chimpanzee, clam chowder, girl scouts, women, troll, Mickey Mouse, cousin, knuckles, check, face, cryogenic, consultant
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2020.07.27 19:17 Highimlids “Ricochet” and Calvin Harris

So I know the fandom has a scathing hatred for Calvin Harris, but hear me out - There are parts of “My Tears Ricochet” that make me believe it’s about Taylor’s relationship with Harris, their public falling out and his handling of the breakup, and the aftermath. Let me set the scene : we all know 2016 was an insane year for Taylor, probably one of the craziest and worst years of her life. As we know, she would eventually refer to that summer as “the apocalypse”. But let’s take a step back to June 2016, when she and Harris broke up:
“And you’re the hero flying around saving face”:
Immediately after their breakup, Calvin tweeted “The only truth is that a relationship came to an end & what remains is a huge amount of love and respect.”
In Ricochet Taylor sings: “Even on my worst day, did I deserve babe, all the hell you gave”: Not long after that tweet, he deleted her from social media, and erased every possible trace of their relationship, including the tweet mentioned above. He tweets, then deletes: “Oh boy it's about to go down," along with three skull emojis, then started cruelly responding to fan comments about Taylor, saying that he wasn’t jealous that she was dating someone new: “Not jealous, sir. FREE.” In July, he releases a song insinuating that Taylor was cheating her new boyfriend with him. THEN the whole drama with “This is What You Came For” happened, with Harris publicly berating her, and insinuating she tears other people down for fun - he wrote:
“I figure if you're happy in your new relationship you should focus on that instead of trying to tear your ex bf down for something to do. I know you're off tour and you need someone new to try and BURY like Katy ETC but I'm not that guy, sorry. I won't allow it." To which Katy responds “Time...the ultimate truth teller.”
I capitalized bury because this becomes a common theme - more on that in a sec. It’s during this time that Kim Kardashian releases the recording (that proved Taylor’s point in my opinion) prompting unbridled hatred for Taylor, and resulting in the “#TaylorSwiftisoverparty”, which was trending on Twitter, as well as her being called a snake by basically the entire world, and a mural with her likeness and the words “RIP Taylor Smith”. She would then go on to reference this in “LWYMMD” by saying “oh! Cause she dead” and I’d like to point out that there was a gravestone with the name Nils Sjoberg in the beginning of that video while Zombie Taylor crawled out of a grave.
This leads me to the lyric, “and if I’m dead to you, why are you at the wake? Cursing my name, wishing I stayed...” It seems that during a time when her entire world was crashing down, all Harris could do was be petty, tear her down, join the #taylorswiftisoverparty, and in his own words, try to “bury” her. In Ricochet she further alludes to this singing “you wear the same jewels that I gave you as you bury me” and “you had to kill me but it killed you just the same.”
“And when you can’t sleep at night, you hear my stolen lullaby” This could be an allusion to “This is what you came for”. Though it wasn’t “stolen” necessarily, Harris did have a problem when it came out that Taylor had actually written and helped produce the song, as well as sang in it.
“We gather stones, never knowing what they’ll mean. Some to throw, some to make a diamond ring”
This is Taylor saying time went by and they’ve gone their separate ways, while he was busy gathering stones to throw at her, she was busy falling in love with her future husband (picking out stones for a wedding ring).
Taylor then sings: “you turned into your worst fears - tossing out blame, drunk on this pain, crossing out the good years” In an interview a year later, Harris says of the breakup aftermath:
“It was completely the wrong instinct,” he says, sighing [...] when it ended, all hell broke loose. Now I see that Twitter thing as a result of me succumbing to pressure. It took me a minute to realize that none of that matters. I’m a positive guy.”
Finally, “look at how my tears ricochet” Yes, 2016 was the worst year of her life and Harris made it worse by trying to bury her. He joined the firing squad and tried to burn her as the stake like everyone else, and he clearly regrets it. But now Taylor is in love, happy, making the best music she has ever made. All the tears she cried during the time of her breakup ricocheted and are now his to shed.
Whew - I know that was really long, sorry. Hope no one dislikes me for my interpretation, I know how much the fandom hates Harris.
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2020.07.27 12:24 JeffSpicoli82 Who was the Santa Rosa hitchhiker killer?

Between 1972 and 1973, at least seven women and girls were murdered by an unknown assailant (or assailants) in Santa Rosa, California. All of the victims were found nude in rural areas near steep embankments or in creek beds near roads. Who was the Santa Rosa hitchhiker killer?

Maureen Louise Sterling and Yvonne Lisa Weber, both 12-year-old Herbert Slater Middle School students, disappeared around 9 pm on February 4, 1972, after visiting the Redwood Empire Ice Arena. They were last seen hitchhiking on Guerneville Road, northwest of Santa Rosa. Their bodies were found December 28, 2.2 miles (3.5 km) north of Porter Creek Road on Franz Valley Road, down a steep embankment approximately 66 feet (20 m) off the east side of the roadway. A single earring, orange beads and a 14-carat gold necklace with cross were found at the scene. The cause of death could not be determined from the skeletal remains.
Santa Rosa Junior College art student Kim Wendy Allen, 19, was given a ride by two men on March 4, 1972, from her job at Larkspur Natural Foods to San Rafael. They last saw her at approximately 5:20 pm hitchhiking to school near the Bell Avenue entrance to Highway 101, northbound, carrying a large wooden soy barrel with red Chinese characters on it. Her body was found the following day down an embankment in a creek bed 20 feet (6.1 m) off Enterprise Road in Santa Rosa. The victim had been bound at the ankles and wrists, raped and slowly strangled with a cord for an estimated thirty minutes. Semen was recovered from the body and a single gold loop earring was found at the site. Markings at the top of the embankment and a possible leg impression in the loam indicated the assailant likely slipped or fell while throwing or transporting the body. The two men who gave her a ride, one of whom was given and passed a polygraph test, were ruled out as suspects.
Lori Lee Kursa, 13, a Lawrence Cook Middle School student, had been reported missing by her mother on November 11, 1972 after disappearing while they shopped at a U-Save and was last seen on November 20 or 21 in Santa Rosa while visiting friends, having deliberately run away. She had been known to hitchhike occasionally. Her frozen remains were located on December 14 in a ravine approximately 50 feet (15 m) off Calistoga Road, northeast of Rincon Valley in Santa Rosa. The killer had thrown the body at least 30 feet (9.1 m) over an embankment.
The cause of her death was a broken neck with compression and hemorrhage of the spinal cord. The victim had not been raped and likely died one to two weeks prior to discovery. A possible witness to her abduction later came forward stating that on an evening somewhere between December 3 and 9, while on Parkhurst Drive, he saw two men push a girl fitting Kursa's description into the back of a van driven by a Caucasian man with an Afro-type hairstyle. The vehicle then sped north on Calistoga Road.
Carolyn Nadine Davis, 14 years old, ran away from her home outside Anderson in Shasta County on February 6, 1973 but disappeared July 15 after being dropped off by her grandmother at the Garberville Post Office. She was last seen hitchhiking that afternoon near the Highway 101 ramp, southbound, in Garberville. Her body was discovered on July 31 just 3 feet (0.91 m) from where the remains of Sterling and Weber had been recovered seven months prior. Cause of death was strychnine poisoning 10–14 days before discovery. It could not be determined if she had been raped. Investigators postulated that her body had been thrown from the road as the hillside brush appeared undisturbed. A witchcraft symbol meaning "carrier of spirits" was found by her body.
Theresa Diane Smith Walsh, 23, of Miranda, was last seen on December 22, 1973, at Zuma Beach in Malibu, intent on hitchhiking to Garberville and joining her family for Christmas. Her partially submerged body was found six days later by kayakers in Mark West Creek. She had been hogtied with clothesline rope, sexually assaulted, strangled and was determined to have been dead approximately one week. Due to recent heavy rains in the area, high water marks suggested the body could have drifted several miles.
On July 2, 1979, skeletal remains were found in a ravine off Calistoga Road approximately 100 yards (91 m) from where the body of Lori Lee Kursa had been recovered seven years earlier. Due to the age of the remains, authorities initially believed them to be those of Jeannette Kamahele until a comparison of dental records later proved negative. The victim had been hogtied and her arm fractured around the time of her murder but there was no other evidence to establish a cause of death. It was determined that the unidentified victim was approximately 16 to 21 years old, wore contact lenses, had red, auburn, or brown hair, was about 5 feet (1.5 m) tall and at one time had broken a rib which was healed by the time of the murder. She died approximately three years earlier.
... Regarding Jeannette Kamahele: Jeannette Kamahele, 20, a Santa Rosa Junior College student, was last seen on April 25, 1972, hitchhiking near the on-ramp of Highway 101. A friend witnessed her likely abduction and reported that she entered a faded brown Chevrolet pickup truck fitted with a homemade wooden camper and driven by a 20- to 30-year-old Caucasian male with an Afro hairstyle. Her body has never been found.

The suspects:

The Zodiac Killer

The unapprehended Zodiac Killer is a suspect, due to similarities between an unknown symbol on his January 29, 1974 "Exorcist letter" to the San Francisco Chronicle, in which he claims 37 victims, and the Chinese characters on the missing soy barrel carried by Kim Allen, as well as stating an intention to vary his modus operandi in an earlier November 9, 1969 letter to the San Francisco Chronicle: "I shall no longer announce to anyone. when I comitt my murders, they shall look like routine robberies, killings of anger, + a few fake accidents, etc." (sic)

Arthur Leigh Allen

Arthur Leigh Allen, himself a well-known Zodiac suspect, owned a mobile home at Sunset Trailer Park in Santa Rosa at the time of the murders. He had been fired from his Valley Springs Elementary School teaching position for suspected child molestation in 1968 and was a full-time student at Sonoma State University. Allen was arrested on September 27, 1974, by the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office and charged with child molestation in an unrelated case involving a young boy. He pleaded guilty on March 14, 1975, and was imprisoned at Atascadero State Hospital until late 1977.
Robert Graysmith, in his book Zodiac Unmasked, claims that a Sonoma County sheriff revealed that chipmunk hairs were found on all of the Santa Rosa Hitchhiker victims and that Allen had been collecting and studying the same species. Allen was the main suspect in the Zodiac case from 1971 until October 2002, ten years after his death, when his DNA was compared to a partial DNA profile obtained from saliva recovered on the underside of a postage stamp and envelopes from verified Zodiac letters. Results were a conclusive non-match. Fingerprints in blood recovered from the taxicab of Zodiac murder victim Paul Stine, a writer's palm print found on the Zodiac letter of January 29, 1974, and handwriting exemplars failed to identify Allen as Zodiac.

Ted Bundy

After his capture for similar crimes in Washington, Colorado, Utah and Idaho, Ted Bundy was suspected in the murders. Bundy had spent time in neighboring Marin County, but was ruled out by a Sonoma County detective in the 1970s and again in 1989. Detailed credit card records and known whereabouts of Bundy reveal he was in Washington on the dates of some of the disappearances.

Fredric Manalli

Fredric Manalli, a 41-year-old Santa Rosa Junior College creative writing instructor, was suspected when, after his August 24, 1976 death in a head-on collision on Highway 12, sadomasochistic drawings he had created depicting his former student, Kim Wendy Allen (one of the above victims), were discovered among his belongings.
It's worth mentioning that Manalli is also a minor Zodiac suspect, as he had very similar handwriting to Zodiac, and a very strange personal ad ran in the San Francisco Chronicle on August 26th, 1976 (the day after Manalli died), which read "ZODIAC, Your partner is in DEEP REAL ESTATE. You're next. The Imperial Wizard can save you. Surrender to him or I'll terminate your case. R.A.".
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Rosa_hitchhiker_murders
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[Book] Art is an endangered species: a History of western art, Paleolithic Romanesque(self) 1 [BOOK] Above the Fray: The Red Cross and the Making of the Humanitarian NGO Sector by Shai Dromi(self) 2 [Book] Prehospital Emergency Care 11th Edition(self) 1 [Book] JAMA Guide to Statistics and Methods 1st Edition by Edward Livingston, Roger Lewis(self) 3 [Book] Annual Editions: Anthropology 42/e, Elvio ANGELONI(self) 4 [Book] Donnelly, Seth 2019 The Lie of Global Prosperity: How Neoliberals Distort Data to Mask Poverty & Exploitation. Monthly Review Press.(self)NSFW 6 [Article] "What's Your Title?" - 'The Turn of the Screw.'(self) 3 [Article] Risk and survival of patients with head and neck cutaneous melanoma: national perspective. Al-Qurayshi Z et al(self) 1 [Book] [Taylor & Francis] Maritime Disputes and International Law: Disputed Waters and Seabed Resources in Asia and Europe by Constantinos Yiallourides(self) 2 [Book] Computer Network Security by Ali Sadiqui(self) 1 [Article] [Brill] Several articles from The Australian Year Book of International Law Volume 34(1)(self) 2 [Book]The Cham of Vietnam: History, Society and Art(self) 1 [Book] (Taylor&Francis) Human Biological Diversity by Daniel E. Brown(self) 4 [Article] [tandfonline] Memory for emotional words: The role of semantic relatedness, encoding task and affective valence(self) 5 [Article] Please help me to find this paper :( Shippers' Transport Efficiency: The Balance Between Required and Available Capacity(self) 6 [Article] [Heinonline] Trusts in Mixed Legal Systems: A Challenge to Comparative Trust Law - Michael Milo and Jan Smits(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] Non-Variation Clause - A Further Postscript(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] Force Majeure and Hardship Under The Unidroit Principles of International Commercial Contracts - Joseph M Perillo(self) 4 [Article] [Heinonline] The Enforcement of an Oral Pactum de non Petendo Where a Contract Contains a Non-Variation Clause - Tukishi Manamela(self) 4 [Article] [Brill] Joint Development of Offshore Oil and Gas Resources in the South China Sea by John Abrahamson(self) 2 [BOOK] Med School Confidential: A Complete Guide to the Medical School Experience: By Students, for Students(self) 4 [Book] [Bloomsbury] The Hague Trusts Convention: Scope, Application and Preliminary Issues - Jonathan Harris(self) 4 [Article] The UNIDROIT Principles and the Arbitral Tribunals - Fabio Bortoli(self) 2 [Article] The Effects of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Idiopathic Hypersomnia: A Pilot Study(self) 4 [Book] [Bloomsbury] The South China Sea Arbitration Toward an International Legal Order in the Oceans by Yoshifumi Tanaka(self) 1 [book] International Law Commission and Future of Int. Law(self) 4 [BOOK] Mapping Populism. Approaches and Methods - Amit Ron, Majia Nadesan(self) 4 [Article] At the Type Archive(self) 4 [BOOK] Challenging Austerity Radical Left and Social Movements in the South of Europe - Beltrán Roca, Emma Martín-Díaz, Ibán Díaz-Parra(self) 4 [BOOK] The Right in Latin America. Elite Power, Hegemony and the Struggle for the State - Barry Cannon(self) 1 [BOOK] Latin America’s Left Turns: Politics, Policies, and Trajectories of Change - Maxwell A. Cameron and Eric Hershberg, editors(self) 1 [Book] Science Lessons: What the Business of Biotech Taught Me about Management by Philip Bashe(self) 1 [Book] Studies in Islamic and later Indian art from the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, Harvard University Art Museums(self) 1 [Article] The Beneficial Effect of Physical Exercise on Inflammatory Makers in Older Individuals Endocr Metab Immune Disord Drug Targets. 2020 Jun 6. 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2020.07.22 21:48 ALiddleBiddle Jeffrey Epstein Learned His Sexual Depravity from Wall Street; Then Took It to the Next Level

Jeffrey Epstein Learned His Sexual Depravity from Wall Street; Then Took It to the Next Level
***Editor's note: This article appeared on August 19, 2019, in Wall Street on Parade: A Citizen's Guide to Wall Street. I searched and it doesn't appear it has been posted on this sub before. It's a fascinating, shocking and appalling snapshot of what it was like for women working on Wall Street. Hopefully we've evolved. Many of the citations were not archived, so I tried to save everything within the document.
By Pam Martens and Russ Martens
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From 1976 to 1981, Jeffrey Epstein worked for the Wall Street investment bank, Bear Stearns. Epstein was found dead in his jail cell on August 10 while awaiting trial on charges of sex trafficking of underage girls, dozens of whom he allegedly sexually assaulted after grooming them first with “inappropriate touching.”

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Bear Stearns collapsed in the early days of the 2008 financial crisis and was purchased by JPMorgan Chase. One of the last acts of Bear Stearns’ CEO, Jimmy Cayne, was to make a $2 million payment to a woman who charged that the legendary Chairman of Bear Stearns, Ace Greenberg, had engaged in “inappropriate touching.” The young woman was said to have had a witness to her charges. (Link to archive)
In a 2017 report by the New York Times, a former Managing Director of Bear Stearns, Maureen Sherry, reported that “…it was mostly the same men who preyed on young women.” In a 2016 report by Maureen Callahan at the New York Post (Link to archive) a former Bear Stearns’ employee reports that men at Bear Stearns were “getting bl*w jobs in front of staff – that happened all the time.” Claims that men at Bear were demanding sexual favors from female colleagues and getting away with it date all the way back to the 1980s. (Link to archive)
As more allegations emerge daily into the sexual assault horrors of Jeffrey Epstein and his band of enablers, a profile is emerging that bears a striking resemblance to how Wall Street has allowed its highest-producing brokers to behave toward vulnerable young female employees for decades. In both situations, there are the enablers; in both situations, there is a failed justice system and powerful lawyers cutting deals; in both situations, there are hundreds of different females asserting the same type of claims over a long period of time with no governmental authority stopping the abuse; and in both situations, powerful men who were an important cog in Wall Street’s insatiable quest for profits were allowed to walk away from a multitude of credible sexual assault allegations.
Jeffrey Epstein’s major divergence from the sexual assaults by Wall Street brokers’ is that he preyed on underage girls. It is notable, however, that many Wall Street firms hire young women just out of high school to be “trained” to work in their branch offices. The sexual grooming is not as overt as in the Jeffrey Epstein cases, where the young girls were hired to give a massage and then told, over time, the massage had to be administered by them naked; and then, after more time, upped to a full-scale sexual assault. But young women in these Wall Street offices are sent a clear message by their Human Resources departments that they need to “get along” with those big producing brokers who generate outsized profits for the firm.
Walk into any of the Wall Street retail brokerage offices that dot the landscape in every major town and city across America and you will see glass-windowed offices filled with white male brokers and pretty, young female sales assistants (a/k/a client service associates) sitting in a low-wage, subservient position at a desk directly outside that office.
Subservience to that broker is ingrained in the following ways: the sales assistant’s performance is officially evaluated by that broker and becomes a written, permanent part of her employment file; the broker, if he is a big producer for the firm, can have the sales assistant fired over any flimsy, trumped-up claim; and, importantly, most Wall Street firms pay these women low wages, leaving it to the broker they work for to give the woman a percentage of his commissions if he finds her “performance” to be to his liking.
All that Wall Street would have to do to alter these sexual and power dynamics is to pay these women a good salary and take the broker’s additional compensation out of the equation. The fact that Wall Street doesn’t alter this dynamic suggests that the industry likes its hunting band to hone their skills on the vulnerable prey in the office as a form of target practice.
Just as Epstein was able to keep his abuse hidden for decades by employing a roster of expensive lawyers who knew how to work the system, Wall Street has all of the largest law firms in America at its beck and call. These law firms have systematically convinced the U.S. Supreme Court and Appellate Courts around the country that Wall Street should be allowed to run its own private justice system; that it should be allowed to make its employees sign a waiver giving up their rights to access the nation’s courts and use Wall Street’s rigged kangaroo court system instead.
Most Americans would agree that Wall Street is the most corrupt industry in America. And yet, the most corrupt industry is the only industry that universally requires both employees and customers to waive their rights to use the nation’s courts to settle claims and, instead, must use the Wall Street-created mandatory arbitration system which has none of the procedural protections of a court of law.
What is hiding behind that rigged system of justice is akin to what happened in the Catholic Church where abusing priests were transferred from parish to parish and sexual assault claims were secretly settled with gag orders. At the hands of Wall Street and its private justice system, the media is deprived of a seat in an open courtroom; there are no publicly available court transcripts of the hearings; and the worst sexual assaults are settled quickly with a gag order on all parties. Invariably, the abusive broker keeps his job with no mark on his publicly available record about any sexual assault or sexual harassment settlement. The broker’s public record is maintained by Wall Street’s self-regulator, FINRA – the very same organization that runs the private justice system for Wall Street.
In March of last year Lorena Alcantara filed a sexual harassment claim against Michael Ladge, a high-producing broker in the Beverly Hills office of Morgan Stanley. According to Alcantara’s complaint, “Ladge’s real purpose in hiring Alcantara—a beautiful young woman in her mid-twenties at the time—was to try to exploit his power with Alcantara, to subject her to demeaning and harassing behavior, to use her beauty to attract clients, and to pursue a sexual relationship with her.” Ladge had offered Alcantara a job when he met her working as a waitress and bartender at an L.A. Sports Club. (As one of the largest investment banks on Wall Street, one would think Morgan Stanley would do its own hiring of office personnel.) Alcantara’s complaint included a sworn statement from another assistant, who corroborated much of her account.
According to a quick check at FINRA’s BrokerCheck this morning, Ladge is still employed at Morgan Stanley. Editor’s note: Still there on July 22, 2020.
Alcantara filed her complaint in the California court system. It was, as usual, moved to Wall Street’s private justice system based on that mandatory arbitration agreement that is slipped into a stack of papers that new hires are requested to speedily sign as a non-negotiable condition of getting the job. There have been no media reports on what has happened to the case since it disappeared into the bowels of the arbitration system.
In a saner age of American jurisprudence, these types of non-negotiable contracts were found by courts to be unenforceable and ruled to be contracts of adhesion, since they were offered on a take-it or leave-it basis by the corporation. The very concept of contract law is that both parties to the contract are able to negotiate the final terms. But there is little on Wall Street today that comports with a society based on well-reasoned law. Operating its own private justice system, where arbitrators even hear rape cases, Wall Street has been able to draw a no-law-zone around its coast-to-coast offices.
In April of last year, Susan Antilla, in partnership with the Investigative Fund at the Nation Institute, looked at FINRA’s records going back 30 years. Her investigative team found that only 17 women had prevailed in all that time on their sexual harassment claims against Wall Street firms under this self-imposed private justice system. One of the cases Antilla reviewed involved an alleged rape against a young woman. Antilla reports (Archive)
“In 2004, FINRA arbitrators considered a complaint (PDF) Southwest Securities, a Dallas firm, and three of its male brokers who worked at a Long Island branch. The branch sales manager, Kim Marie Vescova, alleged that one of them raped her in the office and threatened to kill her if she told anyone, according to the panel’s summary of her testimony. She also testified that the men at various times had bitten her on the buttocks, grabbed her breasts and asked for milk, and pulled down her pants.
“The arbitrators said her testimony did not prove rape, though they told the firm to pay her $300,000 in compensatory and punitive damages, plus nearly $30,000 in back pay, and ordered one of the men, Michael Aspler, then the branch manager, to pay her $100,000 for physical assault, verbal abuse, negligent supervision, and infliction of emotional distress. Contacted recently, Vescova said that after the firm had threatened to tie her up in appeals court, she settled for ‘pennies on the dollar’ on those FINRA awards. (Hilltop Securities, parent of Southwest, did not respond to a query; Aspler declined to comment.) The arbitrators also ordered the two other men, Robert Mitchell (Link to PDF) Mark Kern (Link to PDF) — the broker Vescova accused of rape — to pay her $25,000 each for verbal abuse, assault, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. But neither paid her.
FINRA suspended both of their licenses five years later — not because of what they’d done to Vescova, but for failing to pay the judgment. (Link to PDF) Mitchell and Kern did not respond to queries sent to their last known emails and addresses. Finra asks brokers to report only investment-related customer disputes to be included on their records, so the findings against the men were not detailed in their BrokerCheck records.”
Wall Street men preying on young women with impunity under its private justice system has been the bedrock of Wall Street for as long as anyone can remember. ABC’s 20/20 program brought together 17 women from coast-to-coast offices of the giant brokerage firm, Smith Barney, in 1998 to give first-hand accounts of their sexual assaults and extreme sexual harassment at a firm then headed by Jamie Dimon, now Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase. Jennifer Flood told the moderator, Deborah Roberts, how she was a new young hire in Smith Barney’s Hartford, Connecticut office when one of the brokers offered to drive her to lunch. Flood stated that “He said he wanted to pull my stockings down and sit me on his lap…I jumped out of the car and ran. He caught up to me, grabbed me by the back of the neck, threatened me that I couldn’t tell anybody because no one would believe me because I was this new sales assistant that means nothing, and I’m very expendable.” After Flood filed her complaint with management, the broker continued to work for the firm. (Editor’s note: I can’t find this episode, but I’m sure it exists.)
Marianne Dalton, a new broker trainee in the Los Angeles branch of Smith Barney in 1995, also appeared on 20/20 and gave a first-hand account. The exchange went like this:
Editor's note: I could not find this episode on YOUTUBE but it's probably there. Someone smarter than I can probably find it.
Marianne Dalton: It was like working in a male locker room. It was really degrading comments about women. They were nothing but sperm vaults, sperm banks. And I listened to this every single day. Women were referred to as bitches and whores…
Deborah Roberts: What would you say to someone who would say maybe it had nothing to do with the fact that you’re a woman, but just that you’re a new broker?
Marianne Dalton: I would ask them how they would feel if they had their boss undress every single day at the desk – every single day at 12:45, day in and day out for months, right down to his genitals?
(Dalton explained that despite there being a men’s room in eyeshot of her boss’s desk, he preferred to change into his gym clothes in front of her.)
Deborah Roberts: It’s hard to imagine this could go on in a professional office and nobody would think that this was objectionable.
Marianne Dalton: The bottom line at this firm is that they don’t want the assets to walk, so we’re going to do whatever it takes to make these senior people as happy as can be.
The supervisor Dalton had complained about was still working for the firm at the time the 20/20 program aired.
On the same program, Lisa Mays, an operations manager in the Walnut Creek, California branch of the predecessor firm to Smith Barney described how a top producing broker there, Stu Buttery, tried to rape her when she arrived at the office before other employees had arrived. Despite Mays’ formal complaints to management, Buttery continued to be allowed to work at the firm for the next 24 years.
Robin Leopold had been a Vice President of Human Resources at Smith Barney when women in coast-to-coast offices were making desperate pleas for relief from this outrageous and illegal conduct – pleas that for the most part fell on deaf ears. According to her LinkedIn profile (dead link), Leopold is back working for Jamie Dimon as a Managing Director in Human Resources at JPMorgan Chase.
The Smith Barney women organized themselves into a class action lawsuit and filed their claims in Federal Court in 1996, challenging the mandatory arbitration system as a violation of their civil rights. (See Editor’s note below.) Dimon, the New York Stock Exchange and the predecessor to FINRA, the NASD, were among the named defendants along with Smith Barney. The New York Stock Exchange and the NASD eventually dropped their own requirement that civil rights complaints had to go through the mandatory arbitration system. The big Wall Street banks’ response to that was to simply draft their own mandatory arbitration agreements that they, then and now, force all new hires to sign.
Smith Barney’s initial response to the lawsuit was to call the women “disgruntled employees” and hire a top attorney at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, the same law firm that was hired more recently by Fox News parent, 21st Century Fox, to investigate the alleged sexual abuse of women by Roger Ailes.
The Paul Weiss settlement in the Smith Barney case was assailed by civil rights and employment lawyers. It ushered all claims into its own private arbitration system and extinguished all claims against the male brokers – leaving them free to assault again. It was also revealed in the press that while the case was pending before Judge Constance Baker Motley, the Paul Weiss law firm made job offers to two of the Judge’s law clerks assigned to the case.
The New York Post further revealed that the sexual harassment hotline that was ostensibly set up by Smith Barney to help women make complaints was a dud.
The lead lawyer for Paul Weiss in the case, Mark Belnick, moved on to become General Counsel at Tyco International and was indicted for grand larceny and securities fraud. (Archived article) He was acquitted at trial but only after he had inked a retention agreement (Archived) that guaranteed him a payment of at least $10.6 million should he commit a felony and be fired before October 2003. Any disputes arising out of the retention agreement matter were to be handled in arbitration rather than a court of law.
The National Organization for Women of New York State was so appalled by the terms of the Smith Barney settlement that its President, Lois Shapiro-Canter, an attorney, filed an Amicus brief with the court asking the Judge to reject the settlement. Shapiro-Canter wrote on behalf of NOW-NYS:
“Closed door proceedings and arbiters of justice chosen in part by Defendant Employer confers the appearance of impropriety and does not reflect the open door access to the judiciary of Title VII and other civil rights laws. If in fact Defendant Employer intends in good faith to proceed wholeheartedly with the diversity plans outlined in the agreement, why does it need a mandatory arbitration process a/k/a mandatory alternative dispute resolution system which denies women and minorities their constitutional right to access the courts to ensure freedom from discrimination and sexual harassment?”
When Epstein’s powerful lawyers cut his plea deal with federal prosecutors in 2008, the Palm Beach police had credible evidence that Epstein had sexually assaulted dozens of underage girls at his home in Palm Beach. The police had even asked the FBI to investigate. But the Federal government let Epstein off with a single count of soliciting sex from a minor and one count of soliciting prostitution from an adult. His 13 months of jail time consisted of being ferried by his private driver and limo to an office where he spent 12 hours a day on a so-called work release program.
According to the New York Times, (archive link)
“When Jeffrey Epstein was serving time in Florida for soliciting prostitution from a minor, he got a surprising visitor: James E. Staley (link to Wikipedia), a top JPMorgan Chase executive and one of the highest-ranking figures on Wall Street.” Staley wanted to keep his relationship with Epstein, according to the Times, because “Epstein had funneled dozens of wealthy clients to Mr. Staley and his bank.”
This is precisely the same motive that keeps the big producing brokers safe on Wall Street.
Editor’s Note: Pam Martens, the co-author of the above article and Editor of Wall Street On Parade, worked for two major Wall Street firms for 21 years. During that time, from 1996 through 2001, Martens challenged Wall Street’s mandatory arbitration system and the sexual assaults and sexual harassment of women facilitated under that system in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York and at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in a case titled Martens v Smith Barney in which she originally served as lead plaintiff. The settlement fashioned by plaintiffs’ attorneys and Paul Weiss was deemed so conflicted by Martens that she withdrew from the settlement and never profited from the settlement or any subsequent payment from the parties. Her original co-plaintiff, Judy Mione, joined her in withdrawing from the settlement for the same reasons. Martens also appeared in the ABC 20/20 program referenced above.
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