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It was hard not to die inside.

2020.10.16 05:48 Iam_ayanda It was hard not to die inside.

"Don't be fool Joshua...", she said as she turned towards a her partner, "...there's nothing innocent about that kid". Perhaps it was the coldness of her tone or even her face, symmetrical and average, that revealed no semblance of emotion; whatever it was he felt a surge of repulse at her implication.
"His a kid!", and he was. Andrew McAllen was a seven year old boy who had just had his entire family murdered in front of him. Joshua thought it ridiculous that he was anything but innocent. So what if he was rather apathetic towards the situation. Everyone deals with trauma in their own way! Joshua did not turn his face away when she gave him a hard glare. He couldn't believe her! "Ayala he is a kid! How the hell can suspect him of 1st degree murder?!"
Looking at him, his eyes wide, brows crossed, his posture tense with disbelief, she knew there was no convincing him with evidence. Ayala sighed as she closed her eyes for a moment, somewhat tired. She got up from the desk she had been sitting on -a sleek design made from mahogany wood- and walked over to the couch. Joshua remained where he stood, waiting for a response. She smiled, taking out the bottle of water within her bag on the couch. "Have you gone through the evidence?", she asked, taking a sip. "You know I have". "And?" she prodded, wanting to see what he would conclude.
Joshua's body seemed to deflate; stress, frustration? She pondered as he grabbed a chair and sat down, his hand messaging into his temple. "We haven't got any conclusive proof that the house broken into so its likely not a robbery. The murder weapon only has Andrew's finger prints on them but that doesn't make sense, he's a child and no where near goddamn strong enough to kill two adults and a teenager. From where we found the bodies...they were all likely sleeping...Andrew..he was awake. One of the windows in his room was open so someone might have gotten in". He latched onto that...despite the evidence saying otherwise.
She'd have to lay it out for him. "The murder weapon was found three meters away from the open window, in the mud that surrounds it. He threw it out Joshua and if someone had gotten into the house through his window...where are the mud-tracks?" And he would know that there had to be, she thought. Ayala knew there was no escaping the reality of had happened. Andrew McAllen had slaughtered his entire family in their sleep. When Joshua's face contorted and his jaw clenched, she knew he could take it.
He felt her hands on his scalp, pulling him towards her shoulder. It struck a chord within him and Joshua felt the tears long after they had fallen. He heaved, incapable of believing it, it was wrong, it was wrong. ".....his...his a kid Ayalla....his a kid..".
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2020.09.22 02:31 NoYeezyAtWeezyHeezy All Album Releases for Summer (June - August) of 2020

Below is a list of all the albums and EP's that were released in June through August. If there are any I missed or anything you think should be added, let me know and I'll gladly add it because I'm sure there are many I have missed. I've linked all of the ones that there have been album discussions if you would like to go leave your thoughts or rank the album. Also leave a comment below if one or multiple albums stood out to you for the month. Enjoy!

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Dissolver No. 7 - Star Spangled Punch
Oak Grove - Must You Have Love Handles Before You Have a Handle On Love?
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2020.08.27 01:08 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of p.59 (65TH STREET)-p.63 (ENTERTAINMENT - E) in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of p.59 (65TH STREET)-p.63 (ENTERTAINMENT - E) under Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/).
I also wrote about letters D-F on July 5, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters G-I on July 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hqko0y/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_gi_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters J-L on July 15, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hrq9bg/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_jl_of_jeffrey/).
I posted letter M on July 20, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/huw0yt/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_m_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters N-Q on July 27, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hyudbz/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letters_nq_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I posted letter R on July 29, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i0aqxd/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_r_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letter S on August 7, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i5orop/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_s_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letters T-V on August 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i9dxwk/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_tv_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letters W-Z on August 20, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/idcqxw/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_wz_in_jeffrey/)
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
65TH STREET
Dionne, Ryan: Executive chef who once worked for Epstein and Prince Albert of Monaco. Dionne has 13 entries in Epstein’s Lolita Express flight log (https://archive.org/stream/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress/Jeffrey-Epstein-Flight-Logs-in-PDF-format_djvu.txt). Dionne was identified by Epstein victim Virginia Roberts as a potential witness who may have known about Epstein and Maxwell’s sex trafficking and pedophilia ring (https://www.the-sun.com/news/778758/jeffrey-epstein-enablers-named-sex-trafficking-underage-victims/).
Geffert, Scott: The General Manager for Advanced Imaging at the MET museum. Geffert had the same two phone numbers listed earlier under Jeff Hirsch’s name. Hirch is the owner of Foto Care, a shop that sells professional camera equipment. Claims he is only in the ‘Black Book’ because he sold an expensive camera to Ghislaine many years ago and had to go to her house to show her how to use it (source: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article234312632.html). This, however, doesn’t explain why there are two numbers listed under Hirsch’s name that are attributed to Scott Geffert, the General Manager for Advanced Imaging at the MET museum. This could all be innocent or these two could have assisted in Epstein’s hidden camera setup and helped Epstein get high quality pictures of his victims. We can’t be sure.
Joseph & Florina Rueda: According to this website (https://npidb.org/organizations/respiratory_developmental_rehabilitative/rehabilitation-practitioner_225400000x/1023361193.aspx), they own a healthcare practitioner company based out of Nevada. This is odd, considering that they are listed under the same address as Ghislaine Maxwell in Epstein’s black book. There is a wonderful thread on Reddit (https://www.reddit.com/Epstein/comments/i2buj0/florena_and_joseph_rueda_in_black_book/) that delves deeper into the Ruedas. One poster suggests that they were possibly housekeepers for Ghislaine, which seems to be a solid theory. Their names were circled by Epstein’s now-deceased house manager. People whose names were circled were those who could be potential witnesses to pedophilia and/or child trafficking.
Kellen, Sarah: Ghislaine Maxwell’s assistant. She was the “second-in-command” and “lieutenant” (https://nypost.com/2020/07/17/maxwell-lieutenant-sarah-kellen-may-be-arrested-parents/) for Maxwell and was complicit in Epstein and Maxwell’s pedophilia ring. She also helped recruit for Epstein (https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/sarah-kellen-jeffrey-epstein-ghislaine-maxwell-lieutenant.html).
Kelly, Brian: A senior financial advisor who has worked at Morgan Stanley since 1993 (https://www.linkedin.com/public-profile/in/brian-j-kelly-72442219?challengeId=AQHBDkyx13cVYwAAAXQeUcXz9TDBRLy8kAMKQ7jEgDPmFxfTkaMjyDgvNTHOZ1gv9AQGvZJlsogkiRrUaUTAO3c3hIHOJvZcdA&submissionId=930be337-a313-2e16-5337-671a8a869a4a).
Maxwell, Ghislaine: We all know everything about her. The only interesting thing I can add is that Epstein had 38 phone numbers listed under Ghislaine’s name, but not all of them belong to her. For example, Epstein one phone number each for Joseph and Florena Rueda (above) listed under Maxwell’s name. Epstein also had two numbers listed under Ghislaine’s name for Scott and one for “Scott (w/Howie).” This is Scott Geffert, the General Manager for Advanced Imaging at the MET Museum (listed above) and “Howie” is Howard Goldstein, Scott’s business partner. Epstein had a lot of interest in digital imagery.
Mitrovich, Andrea: Former ballerina who is listed 17 times (confirmed) in Epstein’s Lolita Express flight log. There are also ten other listings that she can possibly linked to. Either way, she was a frequent flier on Epstein’s pedophile plane. There is a great thread by Twitter user Agenthades on her here (https://twitter.com/Agenthades1/status/1274801952237342722). He believes she now goes by Andrea Stowell and backs it up with some evidence. She has worked for the Clinton Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the World Bank. Her husband also worked for the Clinton Foundation and now works for IBM. Stowell/Mitrovich has social media links to other Epstein associates, including Sarah Kellen.
Police: Self explanatory. This is a police precinct on 67th street - four blocks from Epstein and two from Maxwell. It’s always nice to have the police on your side when you’re a sex trafficker.
Rueda, Joseph & Florena: See Joseph & Florina Ruena (above)
Tahoe, Kinney Garage: Parking garage.
AMERICA (A)
Antiques - Resale Number: Self-explanatory.
Arizona: Arizona 206 restaurant in NYC. Now closed. Used to be impossible to get reservations. Mentioned in American Psycho.
Aspen Club: Spa in Denver.
Au Bar: Lounge on 58th street in NYC. Now closed. Used to be one of those “places to be.” Also mentioned in American Psycho.
Avis International: Car rental.
Bel Air Hotel: High end hotel in Los Angeles that attracts celebrities and royalty. Epstein listed Frank Bowling (the General Manager of the Bel Air Hotel at the time) underneath this entry. Bowling is very well-known in the hotel industry and even counts Nancy Reagan and Prince Charles among his friends (https://www.nytimes.com/2008/05/12/arts/12iht-blume.1.12793097.html).
Beverly Hills Hotel: Another California-based hotel that counts many celebrities and royalty amongst their patrons. The Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon, John Wayne, Grace Kelly and the Crown Prince of Monaco, and King Albert of Belgium are just some of the people who have stayed there.
Beverly Wilshire: Another high-end California hotel. Past guests/tenants include: Barack Obama, Elvis, John Lennon, and Emperor Hirohito of Japan.
Bice: Former NYC Italian restaurant known for its upscale clientele. Closed down in 2014.
Bilboquet: Popular French restaurant not far from Epstein’s NYC mansion.
Bond Street: Japanese restaurant in Downtown Manhattan.
Carlyle: Luxury NYC hotel where JFK maintained a residence for the last ten years of his life. Mick Jagger still maintains a residence there. Billed the “Palace of Secrets” by the New York Times.
Christies - New York: Famous high-end auction house. It is said that Ghislaine Maxwell would often attend art gallery openings, parties, and auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in order to recruit new girls for Epstein (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8608267/Ghislaine-Maxwell-trawled-galleries-gallerinas-meet-Jeffrey-Epstein-claims-former-friend.html).
Cipriani Downtown: A famous Italian restaurant “known as a fave for models… and a reported ‘hunting ground’ for Harvey Weinstein” (https://pagesix.com/2020/07/27/celeb-haunt-cipriani-downtown-loses-liquor-license-over-covid-concerns/).
Coffee Shop: Self-explanatory.
Cohen Gibby: Private personal trainer (https://www.nytimes.com/1984/12/14/style/now-personal-trainers-push-clients-to-new-highs-of-fitness.html).
Cook: Henry Meer, the chef who ran City Hall restaurant in Downtown Manhattan for 17 years.
Dawat Haute Cuisine of India: Indian restaurant.
Delmonico’s: Gourmet food market.
Doyle’s: Auction house.
Elaine: Not enough info.
Electrolysis: Self-explanatory.
Ello’s Restaurant: Italian restaurant that is a favorite among celebrities (Tom Hanks, Woody Allen, Mick Jagger, and Derek Jeter) and the wealthy.
Essex House: Hotel on Central Park South where David Bowie used to live.
Estia: Greek restaurant in Uptown Manhattan.
Exercise - New York: Kristin McGee, a celebrity yoga and pilates teacher, is listed underneath this entry. Magali is also listed. Magali Blachon is a life coach and wellness consultant. There are two other names listed - Jessica Benton and Jennifer (ballerina) - but I was unable to find info on them.
Four Seasons: Famous upscale NYC hotel.
Four Seasons Hotel: See Four Seasons (above)
Four Seasons Restaurant: Midtown Manhattan restaurant that closed last year. Owned by the Bronfman family of NXIVM fame. Regular diners included Bill Clinton, Henry Kissinger, Jackie Kennedy, Anna Wintour, Martha Stewart, and others.
Myers of Westwick: Myers of Keswick is a British grocery store in Downtown Manhattan.
Nicolas: Nicola’s is an Upper East Side Italian restaurant.
Opia: Opia was a restaurant in Midtown Manhattan. Now closed. The name Antoine Blech appears underneath this entry. Blech is a restaurateur.
Peninsula Hotel: California-based 5-star hotel that is popular among celebrities. Matthew Bartle, whose name appears underneath, was the front office manager from 2000-2005.
Peninsula Hotel: Same hotel group. This is the Midtown Manhattan location.
Pierre Hotel: Luxury hotel just off Central Park. Was owned by John Paul Getty (Getty Oil billionaire). Mohamed al-Fayed, Yves Saint-Laurent, Elizabeth Taylor and Aristotle Onassis were once permanent residents.
Plaza: The Plaza Hotel is a world famous hotel in New York. It is the hotel where Kevin McAllister stays in Home Alone 2. It was once owned by Trump, hence why he made a cameo in the movie. A celebrity paradise that once hosted Truman Capote’s famous Black and White Ball (https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/21/fashion/black-and-white-ball-anniversary-truman-capote.html).
Plaza Athenee Hotel: 5-star hotel in Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Province Restaurant: French restaurant in Downtown Manhattan. Now closed.
Ritz Carlton: Luxury hotel in NYC.
Royalton: A boutique hotel near Bryant Park in Midtown Manhattan. Not quite as high end as other hotels listed here.
Sette Mezzo: Upscale cash-only italian restaurant that caters to the elite. Regulars include George Soros, the Tisch family, Mike Nichols, Lily Safra, and others.
Shoes-Repair: Leather Spa shoe repair shop.
Shutters on the Beach: 5-star hotel in Santa Monica, California. Popular dining spot for Hollywood actors and actresses.
Sotheby’s: Famous high-end auction house. It is said that Ghislaine Maxwell would often attend art gallery openings, parties, and auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s in order to recruit new girls for Epstein (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8608267/Ghislaine-Maxwell-trawled-galleries-gallerinas-meet-Jeffrey-Epstein-claims-former-friend.html). The former owner of Sotheby’s attended Les Wexner’s birthday party with Epstein, Dershowitz, John Glenn, and others (https://nymag.com/intelligence2019/07/alan-dershowitz-jeffrey-epstein-case.html).
St Regis Hotel: 5-star hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Originally built by the Astor family. Has been the home of the likes of Salvador Dali and William Paley, the man who built Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS).
Stanhope Hotel: Former Uptown hotel in NYC. Converted to a residential co-op as of 2005.
Sunset Marquee: California-based hotel. Its bar is a favorite of musicians like U2, Aerosmith, and Robbie Williams.
Tao Restaurant: Asian bistro/lounge/nightclub that is a favorite among celebrities.
Taylor, The: Not positive, but this might be the Taylor Graham art gallery.
The Great American Health Bar: Kosher restaurant. Much less high-end than other restaurants in Epstein’s contacts.
The Lowell: Upscale hotel in Manhattan owned by Fouad Chartouni. Chartouni’s name appears earlier in Epstein’s black book.
The Westbury: Now-defunct hotel that was changed into condominium apartments. Attracted lots of celebrities
Tickets: Phone numbers for sporting events, shows, and premieres.
Tribeca Grill: American restaurant co-owned by Robert De Niro and restaurateur Drew Nieporent.
Two Bunch Palm: A private getaway spa that is popular with the Hollywood crowd.
Waldorf Astoria: 5-star hotel known for its celebrity clientele and its place in world political history. The World Peace Conference of 1949 was held at the Waldorf. The conference denounced Stalinism after WWII. Some famous residents of the hotel include Edward III (the would-be king of England had he not abdicated) and Wallis Simpson (Duke and Duchess of Windsor), Herbert Hoover, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Nikola Tesla, Bugsy Siegel, and Frank Sinatra. Originally opened by William Waldorf Astor. The amount of politicians, wealthy people, and celebrities that have stayed here are countless.
Westbury Hotel: See ‘The Westbury’ above.
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Cecilia Szalman: No info found.
Ganero, Mario Sr: Mario Garnero is a Brazilian banker and entrepreneur who has been deemed the “father of the ethanol car” and is the chairman of the board and primary shareholder of Brasilinvest Group, a banking firm worth $700 million. Garnero’s connections run extremely deep. He is/has been personal friends with Jacob Rothschild, David Rockefeller, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger, Helmut Schmidt, and many others. The following website makes some startling connections between Garnero, Epstein, and others (source: https://aeltri.com/2019/02/12/john-of-god-mario-garnero-and-epstein/). Quick summary: Record producer Damon Dash (former co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records with Jay-Z) allegedly raped a supermodel who worked for Naomi Campbell at a party thrown by Garnero (source: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poshs-friend-sued-for-rape-6939248.html).
Garnero has been referred to as a “Rothschild pawn” who tried to help Aecio Neves rise to power. Garnero also appointed “George Soros frontman, Arminio Fraga, who worked in Soros’ Quantum Fund, as Minister of the Economy.”
Riccardo: Not enough info.
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Annabels: Most likely the high society hangout spot that used to be populated by likes of Ghislaine Maxwell and David Faber (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8490447/Ghislaine-Maxwell-fall-sits-cell-photos-reveal-society-life.html).
Aspinals: A private gambling club that caters to the elite of London.
Bibendum: Possibly the Claude Bosi restaurant (https://claudebosi.com/) in London where Ghislaine’s friends, Caroline Stanbury and Paris Hilton, were photographed leaving last year (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/paris-hilton-and-caroline-stanbury-leaving-bibendum-news-photo/1154182268).
Clermont Club: London gambling venue for the wealthy and powerful (https://gaming-awards.com/NEWS/the-clermont-club/). There are rumors that Lord Lucan hid out at the club after he had killed the nanny of his children.
Daphne: Daphne’s is a well-known Italian restaurant in Chelsea, London that is frequently inhabited by celebrities.
Foxtrot Oscar: Former restaurant in Chelsea, London. Now home to Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road, owned by Gordon Ramsay.
Harrys Bar: Private members club in Mayfair, London where “extramarital affairs and all sorts of other high jinks are quite happily conducted, if not encouraged” (https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2005/10/harrys-bar-london). Started by Mark Birley.
Marks Club: Fairly certain this refers to the private members club in Mayfair, London. Like Harry’s Bar, Mark’s Club was also started by Mark Birley. The club is now owned by Peter Dubens (listed earlier in Epstein’s book under ‘Peter Dubbens’) and Charles Price, son of Charles Price II (also listed earlier in Epstein’s book), the U.S. Ambassador to the UK under Reagan. The only reason I am not completely certain is because the phone number listed underneath is a 212 area code (New York City). The phone number traces back to Joshua Welch of Vicuna Advisors with ties to the Tisch family. However, Welch, nor Vicuna Advisors, have nothing to do with Mark’s Club, as far as I can tell.
Nam long: Vietnamese restaurant in South Kensington, London that attracts celebrities and royalty. The owner once turned away Prince Andrew for “wearing the wrong shoes” and refused service to Mick Jagger because “the kitchen was closed” (https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/z4g884/this-bar-turned-away-prince-william-for-wearing-the-wrong-shoes).
Nikitas: Russian restaurant in London.
Patisserie Valerie: A cafe chain in London. This one was located in Knightsbridge. Now closed.
San Lorezo: San Lorenzo is an upscale Italian trattoria for celebrities and the wealthy. A favorite amongst the elite, specifically Princess Diana and Ivana Trump.
Scalinis: Another celebrity hot spot Italian restaurant in London.
Tramp: Private members only nightclub in London. Best known as the place where Prince Andrew sweated all over Epstein victim Virginia Roberts as they were dancing. Of course, Prince Andrew denied this night out with Roberts, Epstein, and Maxwell ever happened. Too many celebrities to name have been here (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/esmagazine/tramp-club-london-nightlife-a4148691.html).
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2020.07.12 13:14 gh959489 Codependency Summit Starts JULY 13TH (Sharing)

You Don't Need Others Validation Any Longer

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Codependency is an invisible pandemic that can cause;

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2020.06.07 00:00 hallach_halil Biggest remaining needs for each team in the NFC

The big free agency period and draft are now in the books, so we have reached what I like to call the “dark hole” of the offseason. You don’t have a lot of trades or signings going on and the biggest news are about teams changing their uniforms. However, what this part of the year allows me to do, is watch the film of some players I wasn’t really able to during the regular season and evaluate how teams are built.
I looked through the rosters of all 32 NFL organizations and tried to pin-point the one spot they could still use an upgrade at. That can be a very specific fit for their scheme, a true impact starter, depth at a certain position group or whatever. I tried to go through some of the areas of improvement I looked at, how they might have addressed some of them already and how I got to the conclusion of what their biggest need is.
I will put out my AFC version of this next week.

NFC North:


Chicago Bears – Strong safety

There are certainly question marks about Chicago’s offense, starting with the battle for the starting quarterback gig, but if the Bears are going to be in the mix for this division, they will have to dominate on defense once again. Looking at this unit last year, the D-line was hurting with Akiem Hicks out, but even when Roquan Smith missed time, Nick Kwiatkowski filled in nicely (earning himself a pretty good contract with the Raiders) and while they did lose Prince Amukara in free agency, I think 50th overall draft pick Jaylon Johnson is ready to step in and contribute right away. The one spot I still have questions about is strong safety. Chicago lost Adrian Amos last offseason and took a step back with Haha Clinton-Dix. They might be getting worse again. It just looked like a battle between Deon Bush, Jordan Lucas and maybe Kentrell Brice to pair up with Eddie Jackson. The Bears did sign Tashaun Gipson a good two weeks ago after the Texans let him go, but he will turn 30 in August and probably played the worst season of his career in 2019. While he did make 11 plays on the ball, his play in deep coverage was rather questionable and he missed 15 percent of his tackling attempts. Eddie Jackson is one of the elite safeties in the league and has the instincts and range to play single-high more, but as it stands, the Bears do want to run quite a few two-high safety looks and then be able to rotate them in kind of an interchangeable fashion. I’m not sure if you can expect that from Gipson, since he biggest issue come to daylight when he is put in space with great athletes, That’s one of the reason I was so annoyed with the Bears selecting Notre Dame tight-end Cole Kmet with their second-round pick in the draft, when Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield Jr. was on the board and would have been a perfect match here.

Detroit Lions – Punter

For a team that just had the third pick in the draft, the Lions have a pretty complete roster in my opinion. You can look at the guard position, since they did lose Graham Glasgow in free agency and Joe Dahl was sub-par in his only season as a starter, but I expect their third- and fourth-round picks in Jonah Jackson and Logan Stenberg to earn the two starting guard spots. Edge rusher has been a big need for them in recent years ever since Ziggy Ansah first got banged up, but they did invest heavily in Trey Flowers from New England last offseason and I think Julian Okwara could be an impactful edge player if they get him to play more consistently. And they now one of the better trios of corners when healthy. Instead I am looking at a specialist for them – more specifically the punter. Detroit lost Sam Martin to the Broncos in free agency, who paid the 30-year old just outside the top in average salary among the position. Now the Lions go into camp with a battle between Jack Fox, who was an undrafted free agent last year, and Arryn Sippos, who they pay over two million dollars a year coming over from the Australian Football League in 2018 and then averaging 44.0 yards per punt for Auburn over these last two seasons, When you look at the Lions’ draft, they want to play ball-control and win with their defense. They selected Georgia running back D’Andre Swift 35th overall to form a dynamic duo with the often-banged up Kerryon Johnson, whose touches they want to limit. You can question Matt Patricia paying everybody the Patriots can’t afford, but with Jamie Collins, Duron Harmon and others I see what he wants to build on defense. If that is the way you want to play, you need to be able to flip the field consistently and I just don’t know what to think of their punter situation.

Green Bay Packers – Z receiver

The Packers are coming off a 13-3 campaign and a trip to the NFC Championship. While they did get hammered in San Francisco and the win total was kind of fluky with an 8-1 record in one-score games, this team was in situation where it needed to add those couple of pieces to remain a contender. The defense finished top ten in points allowed for the first time since their Super Bowl season in 2010 and Aaron Jones was their first 1000-yard rushers since Eddie Lacy in 2014. Green Bay had the 30th overall pick in the draft and everybody had them going wide receiver at that stop, but instead they drafted Aaron Rodgers’ future replacement in Utah State’s Jordan Love. You can argue with me about how Rodgers’ play has fallen off recently and I don’t hate the range the rookie QB was selected in, but for them to actually use a fourth-round pick to trade up four spots and take him there, when you just extended your current franchise player for another four years, 134 million can certainly be questioned. Even worse – they didn’t select a single receiver among an all-time great class. The Packers have to hope for Rick Wagner to get to back form and replace Bryan Bulaga at right tackle and I also considered interior defensive line after the 49ers just steamrolled them in the NFC Championship game, but I still hold out hope for some of those young guys they have on their roster. Instead I come back to the receiver position and in particular, I am looking for a speed receiver, who can stretch the field and create space underneath on post and go-routes. Davante Adams is a bonafide stud, but nobody else has been able to establish themselves as the number two, while Allen Lazard and Equanimeous St. Brown would definitely benefit from more space being created. The one guy who has it all, but simply hasn’t been able to put it all together is Marquez Valdes-Scantling.

Minnesota Vikings – Outside receiver

The Vikings did lose quite a few pieces this offseason with Everson Griffen, Linval Joseph, their two starting corners and trading away Stefon Diggs, but they also just made the most selections in the draft ever (15) and have a lot of competition across the board now. Defensively they now have a lot of young corners they are looking for to develop and by bringing back Anthony Harris on the franchise tag, they still have one of the premiere safety tandems in the league. The D-line is a bit of a question mark with Griffen and Joseph out of the building. Ifeadi Odenigbo came on late in the season and Minnesota just signed Michael Pierce to a three-year deal, who might actually be an upgrade over Joseph at shade nose. Shemar Stephen played just over half the snaps last season and they other guys they have some other promising young players in Jaleel Johnson and Armon Watts, who have been learning behind those other guys. They also brought in some guys late on day three in the draft. So the bigger need at 3-tech would be for one of those candidates to emerge. I trust Mike Zimmer to fit those pieces together and look back at the offensive side of the ball. The Vikes are plugging 22nd overall pick Justin Jefferson from LSU in for Stefon Diggs, even if I think he did almost all of his damage from the slot. Contrary to popular belief, Adam Thielen actually lines up out wide more than in the slot, but what I like about these two guys is the fact they are kind of interchangeable. With the amount of 12 and 21 personnel they run, Minnesota only needs two receivers out there for about half the snaps, but I just believe they could use someone else who can play on the outside, since the depth chart behind them doesn’t blow anybody away and all those guys are better suited for an inside role as well.


NFC East:


Dallas Cowboys – Strong safety

Man, looking at this roster, this team is just so damn talented. The whole contract drama with Dak Prescott is certainly hanging over them like a dark cloud and the players still have to actually put it to the field, but they have all the pieces to compete for the NFC in theory. Offensively, they are still kind of re-grouping up front after the retirement of Travis Frederick, but they have added a lot of quality pieces in draft these last couple of year. Dallas is expecting Blake Jarwin to take a big step in his first season as a full-time starter, to go with a tremendous of trio of receivers, as they might run more 11 personnel than any other team in the league. While a large portion of their offensive production was empty calories and they did shrink in some big games, to me the defense is where they really need to improve. Their interior D-line rotation is outstanding and as long as they find someone outside of DeMarcus Lawrence who can stay focused, their pass-rush could be vicious. Depending on how Leighton Vander Esch has recovered from that neck surgery, they could once again have guys who can fly around on the second level. The loss of their top corner in Byron Jones definitely hurts, but their draft picks Trevon Diggs and Reggie Robinson II certainly have all the talent to play there, to go with a big group of quality slot defenders. Instead I’m going back to the safety position. The coaches seem to love Xavier Woods at free safety, but I don’t think who they want to pair him up with long-term. Haha Clinton-Dix is an adequate starter, but he is really better suited in deep coverage and there is a reason he has been on three teams over the last two season, while being on a one-year deal with Dallas right now. With new DC Mike Nolan, the defense will not be as simplistic with single-high coverages, but you still a safety who can play closer to the line of scrimmage.

New York Giants – Edge rusher

The Giants went into this offseason with two major areas of improvement – protecting their young quarterback and getting after opposing ones. They finished bottom five in sacks and QB hits allowed, while nobody on the roster – since Marcus Golden wasn’t resigned (yet) – logged five sacks or more last season. Well, the Giants drafted Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas fourth overall, selected another developmental tackle in Matt Peart (UConn) in the third round and one of my favorite guards in Shane Lemieux (Oregon) in the fourth. Big Blue did draft Oshane Ximines and Lorenzo Carter last year and they selected four linebackers in late April, with two of them having outside flexibility, but they lost their leading sacker in Golden and they just don’t have that true dog up coming off the edge. I like the signing of Kyler Fackrell, who should take over at SAM with a healthy competition for that second spot on the outside, but who will come around the corner and put the heat on opposing quarterbacks consistently? Leonard Williams – who they acquired via trade mid-season and have put the franchise tag on – has some edge flexibility, but I just see a run-plugging beefy D-line that might not be able to get home with their pass-rush. I liked B.J. Hill coming out of N.C. State a couple of years ago with his ability to beat guards, one of their 2019 first-rounders Dexter Lawrence can definitely create push up the middle and Dalvin Tomlinson is excellent at setting up stunts and twists, to create opportunities for his teammates. However, when you look at all those great offensive tackles in the NFC East, I’m just not sure who the G-Men have to seriously threaten off the edge consistently. If they can bring back Golden or sign one of those other veterans out on the market, I would certainly feel better about them. Also because it would help a young room of guys at that position.

Philadelphia Eagles – SAM linebacker

I had the Eagles as NFC favorites coming into 2019, but after DeSean Jackson went down following a monster week one performance, that entire receiver room was split into pieces and they were desperate for speed. That’s why they selected TCU’s Jalen Reagor in the first round, traded for Marquise Goodwin and drafted Boise State’s John Hightower on day three. With those guys added to the best tight-end duo in the league, a breakout back like Miles Sanders going into year two and a strong O-line to support Carson Wentz, I really like this offense. Defensively, they traded for Darius Slay, who was a top ten corner for a long stretch until he was a little banged up last season and they signed Javon Hargreave to add to the interior D-line. However, that whole linebacker corp may not be a strength for them next season. I like T.J. Edwards as a thumping MIKE and Duke Riley when healthy and kept clean can make some plays from the weak-side, but then at SAM I certainly have question marks. Right now it looks like Nathan Gerry and Jatavis Brown could compete for that spot, but depending on how they want to use that position, I don’t see them putting either one over the tight-end to control the point of attack. The Eagles drafted Colorado’s Davion Taylor in third round, who I had as about my 20th-ranked linebacker. He was basically a big nickel in college and certainly is the kind of explosive athlete who can make some splash plays, but he was never really tagged with box duties and weighed in at under 230 pounds at the combine. Their fourth-rounder K’Von Wallace from Clemson is a natural fit in the slot, but Philly also lost Malcolm Jenkins in free agency. NFL teams play with 5+ DBs on the field over 70 percent of the snaps on average, but against heavy personnel this group of backers could be exposed, and the two LBs they would keep on the field on sub haven’t been true difference-makers in the league.

Washington Redskins – Slot receiver

There are some things Ron Rivera still has to figure out about this Washington defense, depending on the status of Reuben Foster at linebacker and how he wants to assemble the secondary, but with a defensive line that now has Chase Young, Jonathan Allen, Da’Ron Payne, Montez Sweat and others, they are going to wreak some havoc. For this team it is really more about the offense and in particular what Dwayne Haskins can do in year two. His support system wasn’t great in 2019, with Adrian Peterson being their top back and their most productive receiver being third-round pick Terry McLaurin, who Haskins had just been throwing passes to at Ohio State and had an excellent rookie campaign considering the erratic QB play. While Trent Williams is now finally off the team, this year’s third-rounder Saahdiq Charles should at least be an upgrade over what they had last season and I like some of other guys they added. I would have definitely said tight-end here, but to get Thaddeus Moss as an undrafted free agent, who may not be the most dynamic pass-catcher, but is very reliable pass-catcher and an excellent in-line blocker, could fix that issue. Instead I’m looking more towards the receivers. I had last year’s sixth-rounder Kelvin Harmon ranked over guys like Patriots first-round pick N’Keal Harry and the Colts’ second-rounder Parris Campbell and then Washington got another one of my favorites this time around with Liberty’s Antonio Gandy-Golden in the fourth round. What do all three of those guys have in common? – They did most of their damage on the outside in college. McLaurin has played some in the slot and could move inside on 11 personnel sets, but their best true slot receiver is Trey Quinn, who didn’t even crack the 200-yard mark last season and caught just one TD. I certainly believe they could use an upgrade there, in the mold of what Haskins had in his one year as a starter in college with the aforementioned Campbell, to get involved on jet sweeps, shallow crossers and other easy yardage plays.


NFC South:


Atlanta Falcons – WILL linebacker

The Falcons defense was a mess last season, with a mixture of bad play and miscommunication. With all the investments they made on the offensive line a year ago, they could completely focus on the defensive side of the ball. I first thought about edge rusher for Atlanta, because they lost Vic Beasley, who might have never lived up to his draft status outside of one abnormal 15.5-sack campaign, but was still a high-upside pass rusher when allowed to just go. However, I think Dante Fowler will be an upgrade and their first-rounder from 2017 in Takk McKinley has shown flashes. I certainly have questions about they interior, where I thought they would actually go if they found a partner to trade up with in the draft. Grady Jarrett is one of the best 3-techs in the league, but he has barely had help around him and actually had to line up in the A-gaps more than he would like to. The Falcons selected Auburn’s Marlon Davidson early on day two of the draft, who I think best fits shading the outside shoulder of guards as well, so maybe they plan on moving Jarrett inside even more. Davidson played a hybrid outside backer in college, so he could play some heavy end as well and then you possibly have Fowler at SAM with more Over looks. The other options on the inside are a run-stopping Tyler Davidson and Deadrin Senat, who has some potential. I think a more proven 1-tech would have been a good addition, but instead I’m focusing more on the second level of the defense. Deion Jones is a super-rangy MIKE, who can cover shifty backs one-on-one as well, but Atlanta lost his partner in crime in De’Vondre Campbell. They brought in Fresno State’s Mykal Walker early on day three of the draft, who lined up a lot on the edge in college and could potentially start on the strong-side for them, but they still need a WILL, who can take away cutback lanes in the run game and punish single receivers for catching simple slant routes.

Carolina Panthers – Right guard

You could maybe nit-pick at a spot or two on defense for the Panthers, but when you spend all seven of your draft picks on that side of the ball, you can’t really complain and we really still have to see how they put all those pieces together. Instead I’m looking at the offensive line, where they just traded away Pro Bowl guard Trai Turner for a fragile tackle in Russell Okung from the Chargers. I would strongly guess that this was more due to cap purposes, but after losing Andrew Norwell in free agency last year already – who in fairness has been a disappointment in Jacksonville so far – that group has gone from a strength to more of a concern. I could see Okung move inside in order to let their talented second-round pick from 2019 in Greg Little develop, but he looked pretty lost out there as a rookie. John Miller who projects to be the starter at left guard had a solid start to his career with Buffalo, but took a step back with a lackluster Bengals O-line last season and Dennis Daley is really more of a natural fit on the edge. With what they have on their roster right now, flipping Okung to the right side and moving Taylor Moton one spot to the inside, with Little being thrown in the fire again, would probably put their best five out on the field, but I think they would be best suited to add another interior O-lineman to at least add some competition. New QB Teddy Bridgewater finished dead-last among starting QBs in intended air yards last season. I still have to see how that meshes with those vertical targets the Panthers have in D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson and to some degree Curtis Samuel, who I personally believe Joe Brady will use more on slants and crossers underneath – his version of Justin Jefferson so to speak.

New Orleans Saints – Speed receiver

When I looked at this Saints roster in preparation for my 2020 mock draft, it was tough to find a true hole on the depth chart. The one position I thought they could address was MIKE linebacker, since their only LB on their roster with at least 30 percent of the snaps outside of Demario Davis is now gone, and I thought Patrick Queen would be a good fit in this pass-heavy division. Instead they went with my top-rated interior O-lineman in Cesar Ruiz before letting Larry Warford go, which is a little bit of a head-scratcher simply because they only got cheaper – not necessarily better. Still, I think third-rounder Zack Baun (Wisconsin) will start at SAM and I love their undrafted free agent Joe Bachie (Michigan State), who I believe could start at MIKE for them as a rookie and then be subbed off more on third downs possibly. Therefore I went back to the receiver position, which I thought was their biggest area of improvement before bringing in Emmanuel Sanders in free agency. Drew Brees may no longer throw the deep ball very effectively or want to at all, but you still need to somehow stretch the field and clear space. Michael Thomas broke the single season reception record because he is a physical possession-type receiver, who they heavily target on slants and crossing routes. Sanders once was a true deep threat, but he is now 33 years old and wins more with crafty route-running (even though he had a step on the defense for a potential game-winner in this past Super Bowl). So with Drew you may not be able to fully utilize that deep threat, but having somebody who can use that speed horizontally on crossers and just to open up room underneath would help the other pass-catchers there a lot. Tre’Quan Smith has that long speed, but he hasn’t developed the way I thought he could.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Offensive line depth

No team in the league has shifted expectations more than these Bucs. It is not only about Tom Brady being brought in, but also Gronk coming out of retirement and some nice additions in the draft. When you look at their defense finishing 29th in the NFL in terms of points allowed, you certainly want to improve on that, but they quietly were the number one run-stopping unit in the league and they bring everybody back in their second season under Todd Bowles. They have all the players to take the next step, plus another chess piece in Minnesota Antoine Winfield Jr. as Bowles’ version of the Honeybadger, and they won’t be put in so many tough spots off turnovers by their offense, where the opposing team is in scoring range right away or these guys are just tired out. Their group of skill-position players on offense is up there with the best, so it’s really about protecting Brady. Now with Tristan Wirfs being drafted 13th overall to add to the mix, this starting five looks pretty strong. It will be between their 2018 third-rounder Alex Cappa and veteran Joe Haeg as well as about how much Wirfs can clean up his footwork in pass-protection – in a heavily shortened offseason program at the very least – who will be that second starter on the right side at guard or tackle. Either way, Tampa Bay should have one solid backup but I don’t know who they plan on being their seventh guy on gameday and I don’t believe a lot of people have even heard the names Brad Seaton, Zack Bailey or Aaron Stinnie before. I’m still very interested to see how much of a hybrid between Bruce Arians’ vertical passing offense and New England’s Erhardt-Perkins system – which allowed Brady to spread the defense out and create mismatches – this will be. No matter what, protecting the 43-year old legend is priority number one and you can’t be one injury away from having a liablity on the O-line potentially.


NFC West:


Arizona Cardinals – Secondary depth

The Cardinals went into the offseason with two major needs to make this Kliff Kingsbury offense work – a true number one receiver and a starting right tackle. A good month before the draft, it looked like they would have to decide on either one of the two with their eight overall pick. Instead they were able to package a bad contract of David Johnson and a second-round pick for superstar DeAndre Hopkins and I believe they found their starting tackle in the third round with Joshua Jones, who I had graded as a late first-rounder, which allowed them to select Clemson do-it-all defender Isaiah Simmons with that top ten pick. That’s about as good they could have hoped for and with beef added to the D-line on day three to compete in a run-heavy division, they can now address the 31st-ranked pass defense. I’m not totally sure about how they will utilize their corners. Patrick Peterson looked a little slow and old last season, but he should be a fixture for them. Last year’s second-round pick Byron Murphy out of Washington had some growing pains early on, but he was my CB1 in the draft and definitely showed fight as well as improvement throughout the season. The Cardinals also brought in veteran Robert Alford, so I could see them moving Murphy more into the slot. I’ve always loved Budda Baker as a little lighter version of Tyrann Mathieu and I still believe in one of their day three selection in last year’s draft in Deionte Thompson from Alabama, who only fell due to injury concerns, but has the range and feel to excel in a free safety role, if he can clean up his tackling a little bit. It will be interesting to see how exactly the Cards will utilize Simmons and another versatile first-round linebacker from in 2018 in Haason Reddick, but when it comes to true defensive backs, right now they probably rely on Jalen Thompson and the third-most popular Chris Jones in the NFL as their first backups in the secondary. That leaves something to be desired.

Los Angeles Rams – Edge rusher

To be honest, I’m a little concerned about these Rams. Acquiring Jalen Ramsey for two first-round picks is worth it for me, considering he could be the premiere corner in football for the next five years or so, and I like the players they selected in the draft in a vacuum, but since the regular season concluded, I’m not sure they got better at one single position. I think the combination of Darrell Henderson and second-rounder Cam Akers (Florida State) will be more effective than what they had in a banged up Todd Gurley and Florida’s Van Jefferson is an exquisite route-runner, who can produce right away – unlike Brandin Cooks, who simply hasn’t really been available. However, they lost a rangy linebacker in Corey Littleton and their top edge rusher in Dante Fowler through free agency, while not doing anything to improve the O-line. To replace Fowler, they brought in Leonard Floyd, who is a good Robin, but they don’t have a real Batman coming off the edge. In the third round of the draft they selected Terrell Lewis, who had top 50 talent, but he only had one full season with Alabama and I’m not sure if you can expect him to play all 16 games as a pro in 2020. Samson Ebukam has given the team some production and I liked their fifth-rounder out Oklahoma from a year ago in Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, but those guys might be more rotational pass-rushers. Maybe they hope for Jachai Polite to get his act together, but when you consider the Jets let him go early on after spending a day two pick of him and needing somebody on the edge desperately themselves, that is more of a shot in the dark. Obviously you have an elite player on the interior in Aaron Donald and he makes a lot of issues disappear, but nobody has really established himself on the edge for L.A. I also don’t know if Lirim Hajrullahu, who I had never heard before, can replace Greg Zuerlein at kicker.

San Francisco 49ers – Cornerback

Coming off a devastating Super Bowl loss, I believe the 49ers have done a really solid job retooling their roster. Trading away a team MVP in DeForest Buckner obviously hurts, but replacing him with a similar type of player with sky-high potential in Javon Kinlaw from South Carolina with that pick you just acquired and you pay him less than a fifth of the price, makes that much easier to swallow. Their other first-rounder Brandon Aiyuk (Arizona State) gives them any YAC weapon in place of Emmanuel Sanders and they basically got All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams for peanuts, with the retirement of Joe Staley pending. I’m not worried about the offense with Kyle Shanahan calling the shots, as long as Jimmy G can shake that fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. Their defense was elite already last season, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still improve, especially when you looking at their secondary situation. Richard Sherman, K’Waun Williams and Ahkello Witherspoon will all become free agents in 2021. Witherspoon is still so up-and-down with lackluster technique. I like Emmanuel Moseley as that second guy on the outside and Jason Verrett still is an X-factor here, because he was one of the rising stars early on in San Diego, but I feel like I haven’t seen him play in like five years. D.J. Reed is a really nice backup nickel and Dontae Johnson was a solid player for them in his first stint with San Francisco, but he has barely seen the field these last three years. As part as covering the slot goes, whether it’s putting Jaquiski Tartt down against bigger bodies in base sets, keeping K’Waun Williams at nickel and even a guy like Reed coming in off the bench, are all viable options, but in terms of true outside corners, you are looking at a 32-year old Richard Sherman and a battle of what are more backups on most rosters. The Niners are set for a while at several positions, but cornerback isn’t one of them.

Seattle Seahawks – Right tackle

I don’t understand how some people still think of the Seahawks as some kind of dominant defense. They finished last season 26th in the league in yards allowed and they gave up 20+ points in all but two games. I think they have issues at corner (depending on the status of recently acquired Quinton Dunbar) and without Jadeveon Clowney their pass-rush is underwhelming, with Bobby Wagner being the only elite player on that unit. However, they did go defense-heavy in the draft and I wouldn’t say they don’t have the bodies to compete, so I’m going back to the continual problem child. The Seahawks have ignored issues on the offensive line for years now and once again this time around I mocked a tackle to them in the first round. Instead they went with a surprise pick – as they always do – in Texas Tech linebacker Jordyn Brooks. They did select LSU guard Damien Lewis early in the third, but he was not nearly my top guy available at that point. They also cut long-time center Justin Britt and the powerful D.J. Fluker who has guard/tackle flexibility. So I certainly don’t believe they got better up front. B.J. Finney looks to slide in at center and in this offense without a ton of true drop-back passes Lewis at least competes for a starting guard spot, but Cedric Ogbuehi is still not the solution at right tackle. The Hawks went from one of the biggest liabilities at that spot in Germain Ifedi to a maybe even bigger one in Ogbuehi. In his two seasons as a starter in Cincinnati, the new acquired tackle was responsible for 14.5 sacks. These last two years he hasn’t been in the starting lineup and now faces the likes of Chandler Jones, Nick Bosa and others in the NFC West. That is a recipe for disaster. Maybe Seattle moves Ethan Pocic to right tackle if two other guys impress at those guard spots.


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2020.06.03 23:48 hallach_halil Biggest remaining needs for each team in the NFC

The big free agency period and draft are now in the books, so we have reached what I like to call the “dark hole” of the offseason. You don’t have a lot of trades or signings going on and the biggest news are about teams changing their uniforms. However, what this part of the year allows me to do, is watch the film of some players I wasn’t really able to during the regular season and evaluate how teams are built.
I looked through the rosters of all 32 NFL organizations and tried to pin-point the one spot they could still use an upgrade at. That can be a very specific fit for their scheme, a true impact starter, depth at a certain position group or whatever. I tried to go through some of the areas of improvement I looked at, how they might have addressed some of them already and how I got to the conclusion of what their biggest need is.
You can also listen to my breakdown on Youtube and I will put out my AFC version of this next week.

NFC North:


Chicago Bears – Strong safety

There are certainly question marks about Chicago’s offense, starting with the battle for the starting quarterback gig, but if the Bears are going to be in the mix for this division, they will have to dominate on defense once again. Looking at this unit last year, the D-line was hurting with Akiem Hicks out, but even when Roquan Smith missed time, Nick Kwiatkowski filled in nicely (earning himself a pretty good contract with the Raiders) and while they did lose Prince Amukara in free agency, I think 50th overall draft pick Jaylon Johnson is ready to step in and contribute right away. The one spot I still have questions about is strong safety. Chicago lost Adrian Amos last offseason and took a step back with Haha Clinton-Dix. They might be getting worse again. It just looked like a battle between Deon Bush, Jordan Lucas and maybe Kentrell Brice to pair up with Eddie Jackson. The Bears did sign Tashaun Gipson a good two weeks ago after the Texans let him go, but he will turn 30 in August and probably played the worst season of his career in 2019. While he did make 11 plays on the ball, his play in deep coverage was rather questionable and he missed 15 percent of his tackling attempts. Eddie Jackson is one of the elite safeties in the league and has the instincts and range to play single-high more, but as it stands, the Bears do want to run quite a few two-high safety looks and then be able to rotate them in kind of an interchangeable fashion. I’m not sure if you can expect that from Gipson, since he biggest issue come to daylight when he is put in space with great athletes, That’s one of the reason I was so annoyed with the Bears selecting Notre Dame tight-end Cole Kmet with their second-round pick in the draft, when Minnesota’s Antoine Winfield Jr. was on the board and would have been a perfect match here.

Detroit Lions – Punter

For a team that just had the third pick in the draft, the Lions have a pretty complete roster in my opinion. You can look at the guard position, since they did lose Graham Glasgow in free agency and Joe Dahl was sub-par in his only season as a starter, but I expect their third- and fourth-round picks in Jonah Jackson and Logan Stenberg to earn the two starting guard spots. Edge rusher has been a big need for them in recent years ever since Ziggy Ansah first got banged up, but they did invest heavily in Trey Flowers from New England last offseason and I think Julian Okwara could be an impactful edge player if they get him to play more consistently. And they now one of the better trios of corners when healthy. Instead I am looking at a specialist for them – more specifically the punter. Detroit lost Sam Martin to the Broncos in free agency, who paid the 30-year old just outside the top in average salary among the position. Now the Lions go into camp with a battle between Jack Fox, who was an undrafted free agent last year, and Arryn Sippos, who they pay over two million dollars a year coming over from the Australian Football League in 2018 and then averaging 44.0 yards per punt for Auburn over these last two seasons, When you look at the Lions’ draft, they want to play ball-control and win with their defense. They selected Georgia running back D’Andre Swift 35th overall to form a dynamic duo with the often-banged up Kerryon Johnson, whose touches they want to limit. You can question Matt Patricia paying everybody the Patriots can’t afford, but with Jamie Collins, Duron Harmon and others I see what he wants to build on defense. If that is the way you want to play, you need to be able to flip the field consistently and I just don’t know what to think of their punter situation.

Green Bay Packers – Z receiver

The Packers are coming off a 13-3 campaign and a trip to the NFC Championship. While they did get hammered in San Francisco and the win total was kind of fluky with an 8-1 record in one-score games, this team was in situation where it needed to add those couple of pieces to remain a contender. The defense finished top ten in points allowed for the first time since their Super Bowl season in 2010 and Aaron Jones was their first 1000-yard rushers since Eddie Lacy in 2014. Green Bay had the 30th overall pick in the draft and everybody had them going wide receiver at that stop, but instead they drafted Aaron Rodgers’ future replacement in Utah State’s Jordan Love. You can argue with me about how Rodgers’ play has fallen off recently and I don’t hate the range the rookie QB was selected in, but for them to actually use a fourth-round pick to trade up four spots and take him there, when you just extended your current franchise player for another four years, 134 million can certainly be questioned. Even worse – they didn’t select a single receiver among an all-time great class. The Packers have to hope for Rick Wagner to get to back form and replace Bryan Bulaga at right tackle and I also considered interior defensive line after the 49ers just steamrolled them in the NFC Championship game, but I still hold out hope for some of those young guys they have on their roster. Instead I come back to the receiver position and in particular, I am looking for a speed receiver, who can stretch the field and create space underneath on post and go-routes. Davante Adams is a bonafide stud, but nobody else has been able to establish themselves as the number two, while Allen Lazard and Equanimeous St. Brown would definitely benefit from more space being created. The one guy who has it all, but simply hasn’t been able to put it all together is Marquez Valdes-Scantling.

Minnesota Vikings – Outside receiver

The Vikings did lose quite a few pieces this offseason with Everson Griffen, Linval Joseph, their two starting corners and trading away Stefon Diggs, but they also just made the most selections in the draft ever (15) and have a lot of competition across the board now. Defensively they now have a lot of young corners they are looking for to develop and by bringing back Anthony Harris on the franchise tag, they still have one of the premiere safety tandems in the league. The D-line is a bit of a question mark with Griffen and Joseph out of the building. Ifeadi Odenigbo came on late in the season and Minnesota just signed Michael Pierce to a three-year deal, who might actually be an upgrade over Joseph at shade nose. Shemar Stephen played just over half the snaps last season and they other guys they have some other promising young players in Jaleel Johnson and Armon Watts, who have been learning behind those other guys. They also brought in some guys late on day three in the draft. So the bigger need at 3-tech would be for one of those candidates to emerge. I trust Mike Zimmer to fit those pieces together and look back at the offensive side of the ball. The Vikes are plugging 22nd overall pick Justin Jefferson from LSU in for Stefon Diggs, even if I think he did almost all of his damage from the slot. Contrary to popular belief, Adam Thielen actually lines up out wide more than in the slot, but what I like about these two guys is the fact they are kind of interchangeable. With the amount of 12 and 21 personnel they run, Minnesota only needs two receivers out there for about half the snaps, but I just believe they could use someone else who can play on the outside, since the depth chart behind them doesn’t blow anybody away and all those guys are better suited for an inside role as well.


NFC East:


Dallas Cowboys – Strong safety

Man, looking at this roster, this team is just so damn talented. The whole contract drama with Dak Prescott is certainly hanging over them like a dark cloud and the players still have to actually put it to the field, but they have all the pieces to compete for the NFC in theory. Offensively, they are still kind of re-grouping up front after the retirement of Travis Frederick, but they have added a lot of quality pieces in draft these last couple of year. Dallas is expecting Blake Jarwin to take a big step in his first season as a full-time starter, to go with a tremendous of trio of receivers, as they might run more 11 personnel than any other team in the league. While a large portion of their offensive production was empty calories and they did shrink in some big games, to me the defense is where they really need to improve. Their interior D-line rotation is outstanding and as long as they find someone outside of DeMarcus Lawrence who can stay focused, their pass-rush could be vicious. Depending on how Leighton Vander Esch has recovered from that neck surgery, they could once again have guys who can fly around on the second level. The loss of their top corner in Byron Jones definitely hurts, but their draft picks Trevon Diggs and Reggie Robinson II certainly have all the talent to play there, to go with a big group of quality slot defenders. Instead I’m going back to the safety position. The coaches seem to love Xavier Woods at free safety, but I don’t think who they want to pair him up with long-term. Haha Clinton-Dix is an adequate starter, but he is really better suited in deep coverage and there is a reason he has been on three teams over the last two season, while being on a one-year deal with Dallas right now. With new DC Mike Nolan, the defense will not be as simplistic with single-high coverages, but you still a safety who can play closer to the line of scrimmage.

New York Giants – Edge rusher

The Giants went into this offseason with two major areas of improvement – protecting their young quarterback and getting after opposing ones. They finished bottom five in sacks and QB hits allowed, while nobody on the roster – since Marcus Golden wasn’t resigned (yet) – logged five sacks or more last season. Well, the Giants drafted Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas fourth overall, selected another developmental tackle in Matt Peart (UConn) in the third round and one of my favorite guards in Shane Lemieux (Oregon) in the fourth. Big Blue did draft Oshane Ximines and Lorenzo Carter last year and they selected four linebackers in late April, with two of them having outside flexibility, but they lost their leading sacker in Golden and they just don’t have that true dog up coming off the edge. I like the signing of Kyler Fackrell, who should take over at SAM with a healthy competition for that second spot on the outside, but who will come around the corner and put the heat on opposing quarterbacks consistently? Leonard Williams – who they acquired via trade mid-season and have put the franchise tag on – has some edge flexibility, but I just see a run-plugging beefy D-line that might not be able to get home with their pass-rush. I liked B.J. Hill coming out of N.C. State a couple of years ago with his ability to beat guards, one of their 2019 first-rounders Dexter Lawrence can definitely create push up the middle and Dalvin Tomlinson is excellent at setting up stunts and twists, to create opportunities for his teammates. However, when you look at all those great offensive tackles in the NFC East, I’m just not sure who the G-Men have to seriously threaten off the edge consistently. If they can bring back Golden or sign one of those other veterans out on the market, I would certainly feel better about them. Also because it would help a young room of guys at that position.

Philadelphia Eagles – SAM linebacker

I had the Eagles as NFC favorites coming into 2019, but after DeSean Jackson went down following a monster week one performance, that entire receiver room was split into pieces and they were desperate for speed. That’s why they selected TCU’s Jalen Reagor in the first round, traded for Marquise Goodwin and drafted Boise State’s John Hightower on day three. With those guys added to the best tight-end duo in the league, a breakout back like Miles Sanders going into year two and a strong O-line to support Carson Wentz, I really like this offense. Defensively, they traded for Darius Slay, who was a top ten corner for a long stretch until he was a little banged up last season and they signed Javon Hargreave to add to the interior D-line. However, that whole linebacker corp may not be a strength for them next season. I like T.J. Edwards as a thumping MIKE and Duke Riley when healthy and kept clean can make some plays from the weak-side, but then at SAM I certainly have question marks. Right now it looks like Nathan Gerry and Jatavis Brown could compete for that spot, but depending on how they want to use that position, I don’t see them putting either one over the tight-end to control the point of attack. The Eagles drafted Colorado’s Davion Taylor in third round, who I had as about my 20th-ranked linebacker. He was basically a big nickel in college and certainly is the kind of explosive athlete who can make some splash plays, but he was never really tagged with box duties and weighed in at under 230 pounds at the combine. Their fourth-rounder K’Von Wallace from Clemson is a natural fit in the slot, but Philly also lost Malcolm Jenkins in free agency. NFL teams play with 5+ DBs on the field over 70 percent of the snaps on average, but against heavy personnel this group of backers could be exposed, and the two LBs they would keep on the field on sub haven’t been true difference-makers in the league.

Washington Redskins – Slot receiver

There are some things Ron Rivera still has to figure out about this Washington defense, depending on the status of Reuben Foster at linebacker and how he wants to assemble the secondary, but with a defensive line that now has Chase Young, Jonathan Allen, Da’Ron Payne, Montez Sweat and others, they are going to wreak some havoc. For this team it is really more about the offense and in particular what Dwayne Haskins can do in year two. His support system wasn’t great in 2019, with Adrian Peterson being their top back and their most productive receiver being third-round pick Terry McLaurin, who Haskins had just been throwing passes to at Ohio State and had an excellent rookie campaign considering the erratic QB play. While Trent Williams is now finally off the team, this year’s third-rounder Saahdiq Charles should at least be an upgrade over what they had last season and I like some of other guys they added. I would have definitely said tight-end here, but to get Thaddeus Moss as an undrafted free agent, who may not be the most dynamic pass-catcher, but is very reliable pass-catcher and an excellent in-line blocker, could fix that issue. Instead I’m looking more towards the receivers. I had last year’s sixth-rounder Kelvin Harmon ranked over guys like Patriots first-round pick N’Keal Harry and the Colts’ second-rounder Parris Campbell and then Washington got another one of my favorites this time around with Liberty’s Antonio Gandy-Golden in the fourth round. What do all three of those guys have in common? – They did most of their damage on the outside in college. McLaurin has played some in the slot and could move inside on 11 personnel sets, but their best true slot receiver is Trey Quinn, who didn’t even crack the 200-yard mark last season and caught just one TD. I certainly believe they could use an upgrade there, in the mold of what Haskins had in his one year as a starter in college with the aforementioned Campbell, to get involved on jet sweeps, shallow crossers and other easy yardage plays.


NFC South:


Atlanta Falcons – WILL linebacker

The Falcons defense was a mess last season, with a mixture of bad play and miscommunication. With all the investments they made on the offensive line a year ago, they could completely focus on the defensive side of the ball. I first thought about edge rusher for Atlanta, because they lost Vic Beasley, who might have never lived up to his draft status outside of one abnormal 15.5-sack campaign, but was still a high-upside pass rusher when allowed to just go. However, I think Dante Fowler will be an upgrade and their first-rounder from 2017 in Takk McKinley has shown flashes. I certainly have questions about they interior, where I thought they would actually go if they found a partner to trade up with in the draft. Grady Jarrett is one of the best 3-techs in the league, but he has barely had help around him and actually had to line up in the A-gaps more than he would like to. The Falcons selected Auburn’s Marlon Davidson early on day two of the draft, who I think best fits shading the outside shoulder of guards as well, so maybe they plan on moving Jarrett inside even more. Davidson played a hybrid outside backer in college, so he could play some heavy end as well and then you possibly have Fowler at SAM with more Over looks. The other options on the inside are a run-stopping Tyler Davidson and Deadrin Senat, who has some potential. I think a more proven 1-tech would have been a good addition, but instead I’m focusing more on the second level of the defense. Deion Jones is a super-rangy MIKE, who can cover shifty backs one-on-one as well, but Atlanta lost his partner in crime in De’Vondre Campbell. They brought in Fresno State’s Mykal Walker early on day three of the draft, who lined up a lot on the edge in college and could potentially start on the strong-side for them, but they still need a WILL, who can take away cutback lanes in the run game and punish single receivers for catching simple slant routes.

Carolina Panthers – Right guard

You could maybe nit-pick at a spot or two on defense for the Panthers, but when you spend all seven of your draft picks on that side of the ball, you can’t really complain and we really still have to see how they put all those pieces together. Instead I’m looking at the offensive line, where they just traded away Pro Bowl guard Trai Turner for a fragile tackle in Russell Okung from the Chargers. I would strongly guess that this was more due to cap purposes, but after losing Andrew Norwell in free agency last year already – who in fairness has been a disappointment in Jacksonville so far – that group has gone from a strength to more of a concern. I could see Okung move inside in order to let their talented second-round pick from 2019 in Greg Little develop, but he looked pretty lost out there as a rookie. John Miller who projects to be the starter at left guard had a solid start to his career with Buffalo, but took a step back with a lackluster Bengals O-line last season and Dennis Daley is really more of a natural fit on the edge. With what they have on their roster right now, flipping Okung to the right side and moving Taylor Moton one spot to the inside, with Little being thrown in the fire again, would probably put their best five out on the field, but I think they would be best suited to add another interior O-lineman to at least add some competition. New QB Teddy Bridgewater finished dead-last among starting QBs in intended air yards last season. I still have to see how that meshes with those vertical targets the Panthers have in D.J. Moore, Robby Anderson and to some degree Curtis Samuel, who I personally believe Joe Brady will use more on slants and crossers underneath – his version of Justin Jefferson so to speak.

New Orleans Saints – Speed receiver

When I looked at this Saints roster in preparation for my 2020 mock draft, it was tough to find a true hole on the depth chart. The one position I thought they could address was MIKE linebacker, since their only LB on their roster with at least 30 percent of the snaps outside of Demario Davis is now gone, and I thought Patrick Queen would be a good fit in this pass-heavy division. Instead they went with my top-rated interior O-lineman in Cesar Ruiz before letting Larry Warford go, which is a little bit of a head-scratcher simply because they only got cheaper – not necessarily better. Still, I think third-rounder Zack Baun (Wisconsin) will start at SAM and I love their undrafted free agent Joe Bachie (Michigan State), who I believe could start at MIKE for them as a rookie and then be subbed off more on third downs possibly. Therefore I went back to the receiver position, which I thought was their biggest area of improvement before bringing in Emmanuel Sanders in free agency. Drew Brees may no longer throw the deep ball very effectively or want to at all, but you still need to somehow stretch the field and clear space. Michael Thomas broke the single season reception record because he is a physical possession-type receiver, who they heavily target on slants and crossing routes. Sanders once was a true deep threat, but he is now 33 years old and wins more with crafty route-running (even though he had a step on the defense for a potential game-winner in this past Super Bowl). So with Drew you may not be able to fully utilize that deep threat, but having somebody who can use that speed horizontally on crossers and just to open up room underneath would help the other pass-catchers there a lot. Tre’Quan Smith has that long speed, but he hasn’t developed the way I thought he could.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Offensive line depth

No team in the league has shifted expectations more than these Bucs. It is not only about Tom Brady being brought in, but also Gronk coming out of retirement and some nice additions in the draft. When you look at their defense finishing 29th in the NFL in terms of points allowed, you certainly want to improve on that, but they quietly were the number one run-stopping unit in the league and they bring everybody back in their second season under Todd Bowles. They have all the players to take the next step, plus another chess piece in Minnesota Antoine Winfield Jr. as Bowles’ version of the Honeybadger, and they won’t be put in so many tough spots off turnovers by their offense, where the opposing team is in scoring range right away or these guys are just tired out. Their group of skill-position players on offense is up there with the best, so it’s really about protecting Brady. Now with Tristan Wirfs being drafted 13th overall to add to the mix, this starting five looks pretty strong. It will be between their 2018 third-rounder Alex Cappa and veteran Joe Haeg as well as about how much Wirfs can clean up his footwork in pass-protection – in a heavily shortened offseason program at the very least – who will be that second starter on the right side at guard or tackle. Either way, Tampa Bay should have one solid backup but I don’t know who they plan on being their seventh guy on gameday and I don’t believe a lot of people have even heard the names Brad Seaton, Zack Bailey or Aaron Stinnie before. I’m still very interested to see how much of a hybrid between Bruce Arians’ vertical passing offense and New England’s Erhardt-Perkins system – which allowed Brady to spread the defense out and create mismatches – this will be. No matter what, protecting the 43-year old legend is priority number one and you can’t be one injury away from having a liablity on the O-line potentially.


NFC West:


Arizona Cardinals – Secondary depth

The Cardinals went into the offseason with two major needs to make this Kliff Kingsbury offense work – a true number one receiver and a starting right tackle. A good month before the draft, it looked like they would have to decide on either one of the two with their eight overall pick. Instead they were able to package a bad contract of David Johnson and a second-round pick for superstar DeAndre Hopkins and I believe they found their starting tackle in the third round with Joshua Jones, who I had graded as a late first-rounder, which allowed them to select Clemson do-it-all defender Isaiah Simmons with that top ten pick. That’s about as good they could have hoped for and with beef added to the D-line on day three to compete in a run-heavy division, they can now address the 31st-ranked pass defense. I’m not totally sure about how they will utilize their corners. Patrick Peterson looked a little slow and old last season, but he should be a fixture for them. Last year’s second-round pick Byron Murphy out of Washington had some growing pains early on, but he was my CB1 in the draft and definitely showed fight as well as improvement throughout the season. The Cardinals also brought in veteran Robert Alford, so I could see them moving Murphy more into the slot. I’ve always loved Budda Baker as a little lighter version of Tyrann Mathieu and I still believe in one of their day three selection in last year’s draft in Deionte Thompson from Alabama, who only fell due to injury concerns, but has the range and feel to excel in a free safety role, if he can clean up his tackling a little bit. It will be interesting to see how exactly the Cards will utilize Simmons and another versatile first-round linebacker from in 2018 in Haason Reddick, but when it comes to true defensive backs, right now they probably rely on Jalen Thompson and the third-most popular Chris Jones in the NFL as their first backups in the secondary. That leaves something to be desired.

Los Angeles Rams – Edge rusher

To be honest, I’m a little concerned about these Rams. Acquiring Jalen Ramsey for two first-round picks is worth it for me, considering he could be the premiere corner in football for the next five years or so, and I like the players they selected in the draft in a vacuum, but since the regular season concluded, I’m not sure they got better at one single position. I think the combination of Darrell Henderson and second-rounder Cam Akers (Florida State) will be more effective than what they had in a banged up Todd Gurley and Florida’s Van Jefferson is an exquisite route-runner, who can produce right away – unlike Brandin Cooks, who simply hasn’t really been available. However, they lost a rangy linebacker in Corey Littleton and their top edge rusher in Dante Fowler through free agency, while not doing anything to improve the O-line. To replace Fowler, they brought in Leonard Floyd, who is a good Robin, but they don’t have a real Batman coming off the edge. In the third round of the draft they selected Terrell Lewis, who had top 50 talent, but he only had one full season with Alabama and I’m not sure if you can expect him to play all 16 games as a pro in 2020. Samson Ebukam has given the team some production and I liked their fifth-rounder out Oklahoma from a year ago in Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, but those guys might be more rotational pass-rushers. Maybe they hope for Jachai Polite to get his act together, but when you consider the Jets let him go early on after spending a day two pick of him and needing somebody on the edge desperately themselves, that is more of a shot in the dark. Obviously you have an elite player on the interior in Aaron Donald and he makes a lot of issues disappear, but nobody has really established himself on the edge for L.A. I also don’t know if Lirim Hajrullahu, who I had never heard before, can replace Greg Zuerlein at kicker.

San Francisco 49ers – Cornerback

Coming off a devastating Super Bowl loss, I believe the 49ers have done a really solid job retooling their roster. Trading away a team MVP in DeForest Buckner obviously hurts, but replacing him with a similar type of player with sky-high potential in Javon Kinlaw from South Carolina with that pick you just acquired and you pay him less than a fifth of the price, makes that much easier to swallow. Their other first-rounder Brandon Aiyuk (Arizona State) gives them any YAC weapon in place of Emmanuel Sanders and they basically got All-Pro left tackle Trent Williams for peanuts, with the retirement of Joe Staley pending. I’m not worried about the offense with Kyle Shanahan calling the shots, as long as Jimmy G can shake that fourth quarter of the Super Bowl. Their defense was elite already last season, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still improve, especially when you looking at their secondary situation. Richard Sherman, K’Waun Williams and Ahkello Witherspoon will all become free agents in 2021. Witherspoon is still so up-and-down with lackluster technique. I like Emmanuel Moseley as that second guy on the outside and Jason Verrett still is an X-factor here, because he was one of the rising stars early on in San Diego, but I feel like I haven’t seen him play in like five years. D.J. Reed is a really nice backup nickel and Dontae Johnson was a solid player for them in his first stint with San Francisco, but he has barely seen the field these last three years. As part as covering the slot goes, whether it’s putting Jaquiski Tartt down against bigger bodies in base sets, keeping K’Waun Williams at nickel and even a guy like Reed coming in off the bench, are all viable options, but in terms of true outside corners, you are looking at a 32-year old Richard Sherman and a battle of what are more backups on most rosters. The Niners are set for a while at several positions, but cornerback isn’t one of them.

Seattle Seahawks – Right tackle

I don’t understand how some people still think of the Seahawks as some kind of dominant defense. They finished last season 26th in the league in yards allowed and they gave up 20+ points in all but two games. I think they have issues at corner (depending on the status of recently acquired Quinton Dunbar) and without Jadeveon Clowney their pass-rush is underwhelming, with Bobby Wagner being the only elite player on that unit. However, they did go defense-heavy in the draft and I wouldn’t say they don’t have the bodies to compete, so I’m going back to the continual problem child. The Seahawks have ignored issues on the offensive line for years now and once again this time around I mocked a tackle to them in the first round. Instead they went with a surprise pick – as they always do – in Texas Tech linebacker Jordyn Brooks. They did select LSU guard Damien Lewis early in the third, but he was not nearly my top guy available at that point. They also cut long-time center Justin Britt and the powerful D.J. Fluker who has guard/tackle flexibility. So I certainly don’t believe they got better up front. B.J. Finney looks to slide in at center and in this offense without a ton of true drop-back passes Lewis at least competes for a starting guard spot, but Cedric Ogbuehi is still not the solution at right tackle. The Hawks went from one of the biggest liabilities at that spot in Germain Ifedi to a maybe even bigger one in Ogbuehi. In his two seasons as a starter in Cincinnati, the new acquired tackle was responsible for 14.5 sacks. These last two years he hasn’t been in the starting lineup and now faces the likes of Chandler Jones, Nick Bosa and others in the NFC West. That is a recipe for disaster. Maybe Seattle moves Ethan Pocic to right tackle if two other guys impress at those guard spots.


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2020.04.24 00:49 tombstoneshadows28 Full monthly schedule for TCM (U.S.) over the month of May, 2020. (All times E.S.T.)

Friday, May 01, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) Across 110th Street (1972/Barry Shear)
(2:30 AM) (drama) Taxi Driver (1976/Martin Scorsese)
(4:30 AM) (horror) Sisters (1972/Brian De Palma)
(6:15 AM) (documentary) Hollywood My Hometown (1965/?)
(7:15 AM) (drama) The Night of the Iguana (1964/John Huston)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) Period Of Adjustment (1962/George Roy Hill)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Sweet Bird Of Youth (1962/Richard Brooks)
(1:45 PM) (drama) The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961/José Quintero)
(3:45 PM) (drama)Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958/Richard Brooks)
(5:45 PM) (drama) Baby Doll (1956/Elia Kazan)
(8:00 PM) (sci-fi) Cocoon (1985/Ron Howard)
(10:15 PM) (sci-fi) It Came From Outer Space (1953/Jack Arnold)
(11:45 PM) (sci-fi) Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977/Steven Spielberg)
Saturday, May 02, 2020
(2:15 AM) (horror) Maniac (1963/Michael Carreras)
(3:45 AM) (suspense) Stop Me Before I Kill (1961/Val Guest)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) Ask Me, Don't Tell Me (1961/David Myers)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Boys' Night Out (1962/Michael Gordon)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Bear and the Beavers (1942/9m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:10 AM) (comedy) Hot News Margie (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:18 AM) (short) Calling On Cape Town (1952/?)
(8:28 AM) (crime) You Can't Buy Luck (1937/Lew Landers)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: Into the Great Unknown (SERIAL) (1940/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Quiet Pleeze (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Bowery Battalion (1951/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (short) Paree, Paree (1934/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (crime) The Public Enemy (1931/William A. Wellman)
(1:30 PM) (western) My Darling Clementine (1946/John Ford)
(3:15 PM) (drama) On The Waterfront (1954/Elia Kazan)
(5:15 PM) (sci-fi) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968/Stanley Kubrick)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Singin' In The Rain (1952/Gene Kelly)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) Francis (1950/Arthur Lubin)
Sunday, May 03, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) Fallen Angel (1945/Otto Preminger)
(2:00 AM) (comedy) Horse Feathers (1932/Norman McLeod)
(3:30 AM) (comedy) A Day At The Races (1937/Sam Wood)
(6:00 AM) (suspense) After The Thin Man (1936/W. S. Van Dyke)
(8:00 AM) (drama) Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939/Sam Wood)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) Fallen Angel (1945/Otto Preminger)
(12:00 PM) (musical) Hollywood Canteen (1944/Delmer Daves)
(2:15 PM) (western) Stars In My Crown (1950/Jacques Tourneur)
(4:00 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/Michael Powell)
(5:45 PM) (musical) The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964/Charles Walters)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) The Silver Cord (1933/John Cromwell)
(9:30 PM) (premiere) The Sin Of Nora Moran (1933/62m/Phil Goldstone)
(10:45 PM) (drama) Once to Every Woman (1934/Lambert Hillyer)
Monday, May 04, 2020
(12:15 AM) (silent) Body And Soul (1925/Oscar Micheaux)
(2:15 AM) (drama) The Children Are Watching Us (1944/Vittorio De Sica)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Bicycle Thieves (1948/Vittorio De Sica)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Millionaire Playboy (1940/Leslie Goodwins)
(7:15 AM) (comedy) That Uncertain Feeling (1941/Ernst Lubitsch)
(8:45 AM) (comedy) Mental Poise (1938/Roy Rowland)
(9:00 AM) (comedy) Penelope (1966/Arthur Hiller)
(11:00 AM) (comedy)Promise Her Anything (1966/Arthur Hiller)
(12:45 PM) (comedy) Carefree (1938/Mark Sandrich)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) The Impossible Years (1968/Michael Gordon)
(4:00 PM) (comedy) Three On A Couch (1966/Jerry Lewis)
(6:00 PM) (drama)My Six Convicts (1952/Hugo Fregonese)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Splendor In The Grass (1961/Elia Kazan)
(10:15 PM) (western) The Searchers (1956/John Ford)
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
(12:30 AM) (musical) Gypsy (1962/Mervyn LeRoy)
(3:00 AM) (drama) Rebel Without A Cause (1955/Nicholas Ray)
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Best Of Private Screenings (2019/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Sombrero (1953/Norman Foster)
(8:00 AM) (western) Viva Villa! (1934/Jack Conway)
(10:00 AM) (western) The Robin Hood Of El Dorado (1936/William A. Wellman)
(11:30 AM) (drama) The Fugitive (1947/John Ford)
(1:15 PM) (western) The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955/George Sherman)
(3:00 PM) (epic) Juarez (1939/William Dieterle)
(5:15 PM) (adventure) The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (1948/John Huston)
(7:30 PM) (documentary)Picturesque Patzcuaro (1942/James A. FitzPatrick)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) On The Road To Monterrey (1943/?)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) Motoring In Mexico (1943/?)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Scarlet Empress (1934/Josef von Sternberg)
(10:00 PM) (epic) Cleopatra (1963/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Wednesday, May 06, 2020
(2:30 AM) (romance) Mary Of Scotland (1936/John Ford)
(4:45 AM) (epic) Marie Antoinette (1938/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(7:30 AM) (romance) Young Bess (1953/George Sidney)
(9:30 AM) (drama) The Rise of Catherine The Great (1934/Paul Czinner)
(11:15 AM) (romance) The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939/Michael Curtiz)
(1:15 PM) (suspense) Fast And Furious (1939/Busby Berkeley)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Page Miss Glory (1935/Mervyn LeRoy)
(4:15 PM) (premiere) POPEYE: The Dance Contest (1934/Dave Fleischer)
(4:30 PM) (comedy) Miss Pacific Fleet (1935/Ray Enright)
(5:45 PM) (musical) Strike Up The Band (1940/Busby Berkeley)
(8:00 PM) (silent) The Dragon Painter (1919/William Worthington)
(9:00 PM) (silent) Piccadilly (1929/E. A. Dupont)
(11:00 PM) (crime) Daughter Of Shanghai (1937/Robert Florey)
Thursday, May 07, 2020
(12:30 AM) (suspense) Phantom Of Chinatown (1940/Phil Rosen)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Letter (1940/William Wyler)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Night Song (1947/John Cromwell)
(6:00 AM) Sapphire (1959/Basil Dearden)
(7:45 AM) (crime) The League of Gentlemen (1960/Basil Dearden)
(9:45 AM) (crime) The Secret Partner (1961/Basil Dearden)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Victim (1961/Basil Dearden)
(1:30 PM) (drama) All Night Long (1963/Basil Dearden)
(3:15 PM) (suspense) Woman of Straw (1964/Basil Dearden)
(5:30 PM) (adventure) Masquerade (1965/Basil Dearden)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(8:00 PM) (crime) Little Caesar (1930/Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:30 PM) (drama) Tiger Shark (1932/Howard Hawks)
(11:00 PM) (adventure) The Sea Wolf (1941/Michael Curtiz)
Friday, May 08, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) Key Largo (1948/John Huston)
(2:30 AM) (crime) Bullets Or Ballots (1936/William Keighley)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) The Little Giant (1933/Roy Del Ruth)
(5:30 AM) (crime) Two Seconds (1932/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:45 AM) (drama) The Hatchet Man (1932/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) (drama) The Man I Love (1947/Raoul Walsh)
(9:45 AM) (musical) Ding Dong Williams (1946/William Berke)
(11:00 AM) (romance) Intermezzo (1936/Gustaf Molander)
(12:45 PM) (musical) Mischa Elman (1926/?)
(1:00 PM) (drama) Rhapsody (1954/Charles Vidor)
(3:00 PM) (short) Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (1947/Jack Scholl)
(3:15 PM) (suspense) The Beast With Five Fingers (1946/Robert Florey)
(4:45 PM) (crime) Shoot The Piano Player (1960/François Truffaut)
(6:15 PM) (drama) The Seventh Veil (1945/Compton Bennett)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954/Richard Brooks)
(10:15 PM) (comedy) Mister Roberts (1955/John Ford)
Saturday, May 09, 2020
(12:30 AM) (romance) The End Of The Affair (1955/Edward Dmytryk)
(2:30 AM) (premiere) The Pyramid (1976/Gary Kent)
(4:15 AM) (short) The Terrible Truth (1951/?)
(4:15 AM) (documentary) Drug Stories (2019/?)
(6:00 AM) (war) 36 Hours (1964/George Seaton)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Bear and the Hare (1948/Michael Lah)
(8:09 AM) (comedy)Hot Sands (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:20 AM) (documentary) Calling On Colombia (1940/James A. FitzPatrick)
(8:29 AM) (comedy) Vacation in Reno (1946/Leslie Goodwins)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Fang Strikes (SERIAL) (1940/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Olive's Sweepstake Ticket (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) 2Hold That Baby! (1949/Reginald Le Borg)
(11:30 AM) (short) Double Exposure (1935/Lloyd French)
(12:00 PM) (suspense) The Third Man (1949/Carol Reed)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Edge Of The City (1957/Martin Ritt)
(3:45 PM) (adventure) The Comancheros (1961/Michael Curtiz)
(5:45 PM) (western) There Was A Crooked Man (1970/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ace In The Hole (1951/Billy Wilder)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1931/Lewis Milestone)
Sunday, May 10, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Mildred Pierce (1945/Michael Curtiz)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Brewster McCloud (1970/Robert Altman)
(4:15 AM) (fantasy)7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964/George Pal)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Three Daring Daughters (194/Fred M. Wilcox)
(8:00 AM) (romance) Light In The Piazza (1962/Guy Green)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Mildred Pierce (1945/Michael Curtiz)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/Orson Welles)
(2:00 PM) (drama) The Old Maid (1939/Edmund Goulding)
(4:00 PM) (romance) So Big (1953/Robert Wise)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Baby Boom (1987/Charles Shyer)
(8:00 PM) (drama) I Remember Mama (1948/George Stevens)
(10:30 PM) (drama) Stella Dallas (1937/King Vidor)
Monday, May 11, 2020
(12:30 AM) (silent) Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928/Charles F. Reisner)
(2:00 AM) Wajda by Wajda (2017/Andrzej Wolski)
(3:45 AM) (war) Ashes And Diamonds (1958/Andrzej Wajda)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Singin' In The Rain (1952/Gene Kelly)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Kiss Me Kate (1953/George Sidney)
(10:00 AM) (musical) 42nd Street (1933/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:45 AM) (music) Footlight Parade (1933/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:45 PM) (musical) Varsity Show (1937/William Keighley)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Top Hat (1935/Mark Sandrich)
(6:00 PM) (musical) Born To Dance (1936/Roy Del Ruth)
(8:00 PM)No Maps On My Taps (1978/George T Nierenberg)
(9:15 PM) (musical) Stormy Weather (1943/Andrew Stone)
(10:45 PM) No Maps On My Taps (1978/George T Nierenberg)
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
(1:30 AM) (musical) Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(4:00 AM) (musical) Pennies From Heaven (1981/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Spitfire (1934/John Cromwell)
(7:30 AM) (romance)Break Of Hearts (1935/Philip Moeller)
(9:00 AM) (suspense) Undercurrent (1946/Vincente Minnelli)
(11:00 AM) (drama) Keeper Of The Flame (1943/George Cukor)
(12:45 PM) (romance) Sylvia Scarlett (1935/George Cukor)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Alice Adams (1935/George Stevens)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) Pat And Mike (1952/George Cukor)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Woman Of The Year (1942/George Stevens)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Miracle Worker (1962/Arthur Penn)
(10:00 PM) (drama) A World Apart (1988/Chris Menges)
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Blossoms In The Dust (1941/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:00 AM) (drama) Marie: A True Story (1985/Roger Donaldson)
(4:00 AM) (drama) An Angel At My Table (1990/Jane Campion)
(7:00 AM) (romance) Devotion (1946/Curtis Bernhardt)
(9:00 AM) (romance) The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1957/Sidney Franklin)
(11:00 AM) (drama) The Diary of Anne Frank (1959/George Stevens)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) Dinner At Eight (1933/George Cukor)
(4:15 PM) (romance) Saratoga Trunk (1945/Sam Wood)
(6:45 PM) (comedy) The Expert (1932/Archie Mayo)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(9:30 PM) (crime) House Of Bamboo (1955/Samuel Fuller)
(11:30 PM) (romance) Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (1955/Henry King)
Thursday, May 14, 2020
(1:30 AM) (adventure) Song Of India (1949/Albert S. Rogell)
(3:00 AM) (war) The Steel Helmet (1951/Samuel Fuller)
(4:30 AM) (drama) Abe Lincoln In Illinois (1940/John Cromwell)
(6:30 AM) (war) Underground (1941/Vincent Sherman)
(8:15 AM) (comedy) All Through The Night (1942/Vincent Sherman)
(10:15 AM) (drama) The Hard Way (1942/Vincent Sherman)
(12:15 PM) (drama) Old Acquaintance (1943/Vincent Sherman)
(2:15 PM) (adventure) Adventures Of Don Juan (1948/Vincent Sherman)
(4:15 PM) (horror) The Return Of Doctor X (1939/Vincent Sherman)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Young Philadelphians (1959/Vincent Sherman)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Whole Town's Talking (1935/John Ford)
(9:45 PM) (comedy) A Slight Case of Murder (1938/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:30 PM) (comedy) Larceny, Inc. (1942/Lloyd Bacon)
Friday, May 15, 2020
(1:15 AM) (crime) The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938/Anatole Litvak)
(3:00 AM) (crime) Brother Orchid (1940/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:45 AM) (suspense) The Man With Two Faces (1934/Archie Mayo)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Hotel Reserve (1946/Victor Hanbury)
(7:30 AM) (epic) Julius Caesar (1953/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(9:45 AM) (drama) Lolita (1962/Stanley Kubrick)
(12:30 PM) (suspense) Odd Man Out (1947/Carol Reed)
(2:30 PM) (musical) A Star Is Born (1954/George Cukor)
(5:30 PM) (suspense) North by Northwest (1959/Alfred Hitchcock)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ransom! (1956/Alex Segal)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) Cape Fear (1962/J. Lee Thompson)
Saturday, May 16, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) The Night Holds Terror (1955/Andrew Stone)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) From Beyond (1986/Stuart Gordon)
(5:00 AM) (short) Good Eating Habits (1951/?)
(5:00 AM) (short) Age 13 (1955/Arthur Swerdloff)
(5:00 AM) (short) One Got Fat (1963/Dale Jennings)
(5:00 AM) (short) Match Your Mood (1968/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) The Wheeler Dealers (1963/Arthur Hiller)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: Bear Raid Warden (1944/George Gordon)
(8:08 AM) (comedy) The Eyes Have It (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:19 AM) (short) Calling On Costa Rica (1947/
(8:30 AM) (drama) Straight Is The Way (1934/Paul Sloane)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Mountain of Death (1940)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Flies Ain't Human (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Feudin' Fools (1952/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (short) Rufus Jones For President (1933/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (adventure) Captain Blood (1935/Michael Curtiz)
(2:15 PM) (suspense) Out Of The Past (1947/Jacques Tourneur)
(4:00 PM) (western) The Naked Spur (1953/Anthony Mann)
(5:45 PM) (drama) The Hill (1965/Sidney Lumet)
(8:00 PM) (silent) The General (1927/Buster Keaton)
(9:45 PM) (documentary) The Great Buster: A Celebration (2018/Peter Bogdanovich)
Sunday, May 17, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(1:45 AM) (adventure) The Flame And The Arrow (1950/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:30 AM) (adventure) The Crimson Pirate (1952/Robert Siodmak)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Gold Diggers Of 1937 (1936/Lloyd Bacon)
(8:00 AM) (comedy) I Love You Again (1940/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(12:00 PM) (crime) The Naked City (1948/Jules Dassin)
(2:00 PM) (musical) Shall We Dance (1937/Mark Sandrich)
(4:00 PM) (drama) Tea And Sympathy (1956/Vincente Minnelli)
(6:15 PM) (suspense) Niagara (1953/Henry Hathaway)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985/Woody Allen)
(9:45 PM) (comedy) Moonstruck (1987/Norman Jewison)
Monday, May 18, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Shoes (1916/Lois Weber)
(3:45 AM) (documentary) Vadim Mister Cool (2016/
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Hollywood Without Make-Up (1966/?)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Devil Bat (1940/Jean Yarbrough)
(7:15 AM) (horror) Doctor X (1932/Michael Curtiz)
(8:45 AM) (suspense) The Murder Of Dr. Harrigan (1936/Frank McDonald)
(10:00 AM) (horror) Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1932/Rouben Mamoulian)
(11:45 AM) (crime) The Law And The Lab (1956/Frances Dinsmoor)
(12:00 PM) (horror) The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962/Joseph Green)
(1:30 PM) (short) They're Always Caught (1938/Harold S. Bucquet)
(2:00 PM) (horror) Hands Of A Stranger (1962/Newt Arnold)
(3:30 PM) (short) The Grandmother (1970/David Lynch)
(4:15 PM) (horror) The Omega Man (1971/Boris Sagal)
(6:00 PM) (horror) The Terminal Man (1974/Mike Hodges)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Girl Crazy (1943/Norman Taurog)
(10:00 PM) (musical) She's Working Her Way Through College (1952/Bruce Humberstone)
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
(12:00 AM) (musical) Varsity Show (1937/William Keighley)
(1:30 AM) (musical) Too Many Girls (1940/George Abbott)
(3:15 AM) (musical) Good News (1947/Charles Walters)
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Private Screenings: Liza Minnelli (2010/Sean Cameron)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Mad Genius (1931/Michael Curtiz)
(7:30 AM) (documentary) Grey Gardens (1976/Ellen Hovde)
(9:15 AM) (horror) What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962/Robert Aldrich)
(11:45 AM) (horror) Mad Love (1935/Karl Freund)
(1:00 PM) (romance) The Red Shoes (1948/Michael Powell)
(3:30 PM) (drama) Hamlet (1948/Laurence Olivier)
(6:15 PM) (drama) Black Narcissus (1947/Michael Powell)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Sister Kenny (1946/Dudley Nichols)
(10:15 PM) (drama) The Girl In White (1952/John Sturges)
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) The White Angel (1936/William Dieterle)
(1:45 AM) (drama) The Nun's Story (1959/Fred Zinnemann)
(4:30 AM) (war) I Was An American Spy (1951/Lesley Selander)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Madame Curie (1943/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:15 AM) (drama) Wings And The Woman (1941/Herbert Wilcox)
(10:00 AM) (musical)Million Dollar Mermaid (1952/Mervyn LeRoy)
(12:00 PM) (drama) A Notorious Affair (1930/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:15 PM) (comedy) Quality Street (1937/George Stevens)
(2:45 PM) (romance) Give Me Your Heart (1936/Archie L. Mayo)
(4:30 PM) (romance) Sadie McKee (1934/Clarence Brown)
(6:15 PM) (romance) Three Comrades (1938/Frank Borzage)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Flower Drum Song (1961/Henry Koster)
(10:30 PM) (romance) Sayonara (1957/Joshua Logan)
Thursday, May 21, 2020
(1:15 AM) (war) The Sand Pebbles (1966/Robert Wise)
(4:30 AM) (sci-fi) The Time Machine (1960/George Pal)
(6:30 AM) (adventure) Yellow Jack (1938/George B. Seitz)
(8:00 AM) (romance) Fugitive Lovers (1934/Richard Boleslavsky)
(9:30 AM) (drama) Hide-Out (1934/W. S. Van Dyke)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Piccadilly Jim (1936/Robert Z. Leonard)
(12:45 PM) (comedy) Ever Since Eve (1937/Lloyd Bacon)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:00 PM) (suspense) Night Must Fall (1937/Richard Thorpe)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) Lady In The Lake (1947/Robert Montgomery)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Kid Galahad (1937/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00 PM) (crime) Smart Money (1931/Alfred E. Green)
(11:30 PM) (crime) Double Indemnity (1944/Billy Wilder)
Friday, May 22, 2020
(1:30 AM) (suspense) The Stranger (1946/Orson Welles)
(3:15 AM) (suspense) Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939/Anatole Litvak)
(5:15 AM) (crime) Illegal (1955/Lewis Allen)
(7:00 AM) (suspense) Blackmail (1939/H. C. Potter)
(8:30 AM) (horror) Soylent Green (1973/Richard O. Fleischer)
(10:15 AM) (drama) Morning Glory (1933/Lowell Sherman)
(11:45 AM) (comedy) The Actress (1953/George Cukor)
(1:30 PM) (drama) The Star (1953/Stuart Heisler)
(3:15 PM) (drama) Inside Daisy Clover (1965/Robert Mulligan)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Legend Of Lylah Clare (1968/Robert Aldrich)
(8:00 PM) (horror musical) Mad Monster Party (1967/Jules Bass)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Daydreamer (1966/Jules Bass)
Saturday, May 23, 2020
(12:00 AM) (comedy) The Wacky World Of Mother Goose (1967/Jules Bass)
(1:30 AM) (short) Nursery Rhyme Mysteries (1943/Edward L. Cahn)
(2:00 AM) (crime) The Harder They Come (1972/Perry Henzell)
(4:00 AM) (horror) Eraserhead (1977/David Lynch)
(5:45 AM) (short) The House In The Middle (1954/?)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Drums Along The Mohawk (1939/John Ford)
(8:00 AM) (adventure) Captain Caution (1940/Richard Wallace)
(9:30 AM) (war) Glory (1989/Edward Zwick)
(11:45 AM) (war) Sergeant York (1941/Howard Hawks)
(2:00 PM) (war) D-Day The Sixth Of June (1956/Henry Koster)
(4:00 PM) (war) The Steel Helmet (1951/Samuel Fuller)
(5:30 PM) (war) The Green Berets (1968/John Wayne)
(8:00 PM) (romance) Casablanca (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00 PM) (drama) Waterloo Bridge (1940/Mervyn LeRoy)
Sunday, May 24, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) Cornered (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
(2:00 AM) (war) Uncertain Glory (1944/Raoul Walsh)
(3:45 AM) (war) Edge Of Darkness (1943/Lewis Milestone)
(6:00 AM) (war) Reunion In France (1942/Jules Dassin)
(8:00 AM) (drama) Assignment In Brittany (1943/Jack Conway)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) Cornered (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
(12:00 PM) (war) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:30 PM) (adventure) The Wings Of Eagles (1957/John Ford)
(4:30 PM) (war) The Sand Pebbles (1966/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) (war) Hell To Eternity (1960/Phil Karlson)
(10:15 PM) (war) Pride Of The Marines (1945/Delmer Daves)
Monday, May 25, 2020
(12:30 AM) (silent) Wings (1927/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 AM) (war) Westfront 1918 (1930/G. W. Pabst)
(4:45 AM) (drama) The Red Badge Of Courage (1951/John Huston)
(6:00 AM) (war) Battle Cry (1955/Raoul Walsh)
(8:30 AM) (war) Where Eagles Dare (1968/Brian G. Hutton)
(11:15 AM) (war) The Great Escape (1963/John Sturges)
(2:15 PM) (war) The Dirty Dozen (1967/Robert Aldrich)
(5:00 PM) (war) Battle Of The Bulge (1965/Ken Annakin)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Best Years Of Our Lives (1946/William Wyler)
(11:00 PM) (drama) Till The End Of Time (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
(1:00 AM) (war) Coming Home (1978/Hal Ashby)
(3:30 AM) (romance) Homecoming (1948/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Without Reservations (1946/Mervyn LeRoy)
(7:45 AM) (drama) A Night To Remember (1958/Roy Ward Baker)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) The Lady Vanishes (1938/Alfred Hitchcock)
(11:45 AM) (short) A Wee Bit of Scotland (1949/?)
(11:45 AM) (short) So You're Going On A Vacation (1946/Richard Bare)
(12:15 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/Michael Powell)
(2:00 PM) (romance) Indiscretion Of An American Wife (1954/Vittorio De Sica)
(3:15 PM) (drama) The V.I.P.S (1963/Anthony Asquith)
(5:30 PM) (short) Pastoral Panoramas (1950/?)
(5:30 PM) (documentary) Amalfi Way (1955/Richard Wright)
(5:30 PM) (short) Seeing Spain (1953/?)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Travels With My Aunt (1972/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Incendiary Blonde (1945/George Marshall)
(10:15 PM) (musical) Lady Sings The Blues (1972/Sidney J. Furie)
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
(1:00 AM) (musical) Funny Girl (1968/William Wyler)
(3:45 AM) (musical) Funny Lady (1975/Herbert Ross)
(6:15 AM) (western) Annie Oakley (1935/George Stevens)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Calamity Jane (1953/David Butler)
(10:00 AM) (musical) So This Is Love (1953/Gordon Douglas)
(11:45 AM) (drama) Interrupted Melody (1955/Curtis Bernhardt)
(1:45 PM) (musical) The Singing Nun (1966/Henry Koster)
(3:45 PM) (short) All Girl Revue (1940/Lloyd French)
(4:00 PM) (western) Song Of Love (1947/Clarence Brown)
(6:00 PM) (drama) I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955/Daniel Mann)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) To Be Or Not To Be (1942/Ernst Lubitsch)
(10:00 PM) (romance) To Have And Have Not (1944/Howard Hawks)
Thursday, May 28, 2020
(12:00 AM) (romance) Casablanca (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(2:00 AM) (war) The Seventh Cross (1944/Fred Zinnemann)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Between Two Worlds (1944/Edward A. Blatt)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Male Animal (1942/Elliott Nugent)
(7:45 AM) (musical) One Sunday Afternoon (1948/Raoul Walsh)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) It Happened On 5th Avenue (1947/Roy Del Ruth)
(11:30 AM) (crime) Too Late for Tears (1949/Byron Haskin)
(1:30 PM) (romance) A Guy Named Joe (1943/Victor Fleming)
(3:45 PM) (musical) The Stork Club (1945/Hal Walker)
(5:30 PM) (short) Return From Nowhere (1944/Paul Burnford)
(5:30 PM) (short) **Men Of The Sky (1942/B. Reeves Eason)
(6:30 PM) (comedy)A Girl In Every Port (1952/Chester Erskine)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945/Roy Rowland)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) The Woman In The Window (1944/Fritz Lang)
(11:45 PM) (suspense) Scarlet Street (1945/in/Fritz Lang)
Friday, May 29, 2020
(1:45 AM) (drama) Five Star Final (1931/Mervyn LeRoy)
(3:30 AM) (drama) Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (1940/William Dieterle)
(5:30 AM) (drama) Silver Dollar (1932/Alfred E. Green)
(7:00 AM) (drama) The Cincinnati Kid (1965/Norman Jewison)
(9:00 AM) (drama) Payment On Demand (1951/Curtis Bernhardt)
(10:45 AM) (romance) A Stolen Life (1946/Curtis Bernhardt)
(12:45 PM) (drama) Deception (1946/Irving Rapper)
(2:45 PM) (comedy) It's Love I'm After (1937/Archie L. Mayo)
(4:30 PM) (romance) June Bride (1948/Bretaigne Windust)
(6:15 PM) (comedy) The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941/William Keighley)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) Pickup On South Street (1953/Samuel Fuller)
(9:30 PM) (romance) Three Coins In The Fountain (1954/Jean Negulesco)
(11:30 PM) (suspense) Niagara (1953/Henry Hathaway)
Saturday, May 30, 2020
(1:15 AM) (documentary) Mighty Niagara (1943/?)
(1:30 AM) (short) Dark Shadows (1944/Walter Hart)
(3:30 AM) (horror) Night Of The Creeps (1986/Fred Dekker)
(5:00 AM) (short) Keep Off The Grass (1969/Ib Melchior)
(5:00 AM) (short) Shake Hands With Danger (1970/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) How Sweet It Is (1968/Jerry Paris)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: Barney's Hungry Cousin (1953/Dick Lundy)
(8:08 AM) (short) Envy (1930/Arthur Hurley)
(8:17 AM) (short) Calling On Michigan (1949/?)
(8:28 AM) (comedy) Genius At Work (1947/Leslie Goodwins)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Dragon Queen Threatens (SERIAL) (1940)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle (1941/Dave Fleisher)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (comedy) A Small Town Idol (1939/?)
(12:00 PM) (horror) The Body Snatcher (1945/Robert Wise)
(1:30 PM) (drama) From Here To Eternity (1953/Fred Zinnemann)
(3:45 PM) (western) The Far Country (1955/Anthony Mann)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Sundowners (1960/Fred Zinnemann)
(8:00 PM) (romance)The Red Shoes (1948/Michael Powell)
Sunday, May 31, 2020
(12:15 AM) (suspense) A Kiss Before Dying (1956/Gerd Oswald)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Sex Kittens Go To College (1960/Albert Zugsmith)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Born Reckless (1959/Howard W. Koch)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (silent) The Big Parade (1925/King Vidor)
(8:45 AM) (comedy) Duck Soup (1933/Leo McCarey)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) A Kiss Before Dying (1956/Gerd Oswald)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Letter (1940/William Wyler)
(1:45 PM) (drama)The Yearling (1946/Clarence Brown)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Frankie And Johnny (1966/Frederick De Cordova)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) Some Like It Hot (1959/Billy Wilder)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) King Solomon's Mines (1950/Compton Bennett)
(10:00 PM) (adventure) She (1965/Robert Day)
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  152. A Sequence for Academic Writing, 7th edition: Laurence Behrens & Leonard Rosen
  153. Guide to Operating Systems, 5th edition: Greg Tomsho
  154. THiNK, 4th Edition: Judith Boss
  155. Principles of Economics, 8th edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  156. Shelly Cashman Series Discovering Computers & Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2016: A Fundamental Combined Approach: Jennifer T. Campbell
  157. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature Of Matter And Change, Eighth Edition: Martin S. Silberberg, Patricia G. Amateis
  158. Cultural Diversity: A Primer for the Human Services, 5th edition: Jerry V. Diller
  159. Social Psychology, 10th edition: Saul Kassin
  160. Our Sexuality, 13th edition: Robert Crooks & Karla Baur
  161. Professional Nursing Concepts: Competencies for Quality Leadership, 3rd Edition: Finkelman, Anita & Kenner, Carole
  162. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd Edition: Kyle, Theresa & Ricci, Susan & Carman, Susan
  163. Psychology, 4th edition: Schacter, Daniel L. & Gilbert, Daniel T. & Nock, Matthew K. & Wegner, Daniel M.
  164. 21st Century Astronomy, 5th edition: Laura Kay, Stacy Palen & George Blumenthal
  165. Calculus, 11th edition: Ron Larson
  166. Surface Water-Quality Monitoring: Steven C. Chapra
  167. Pearson's Federal Taxation 2018, Comprehensive: Thomas R. Pope
  168. Strategic Management and Business Policy: Globalization, Innovation and Sustainability, 15th edition: Thomas L. Wheelen
  169. Bankruptcy Law and Practice: Grace A. Luppino J.D
  170. Family Law for the Paralegal, 3rd edition: Mary E. Wilson
  171. Successful Writing at Work, 10th edition: Philip C. Kolin
  172. Real Communication: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Dan O'Hair & Mary Wiemann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  173. Intimate Relationships, 7th Edition: Rowland Miller
  174. Software Engineering, 10th edition: Ian Sommerville
  175. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics, Structure, and Change, 10th edition: Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula
  176. Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Applications (11th Edition): Geoffrey E. Mills & L. R. Gay
  177. At a Glance: Writing Essays and Beyond, 6th edition: Lee Brandon
  178. Delmar’s Standard Textbook of Electricity, 6th edition: Stephen L. Herman
  179. Psychology, 5th edition: Saundra K. Ciccarelli
  180. Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 15th Edition: Michael T. Madigan, Kelly S. Bender, Daniel H. Buckley, W. Matthew Sattley, David A. Stahl
  181. The Little Seagull Handbook, 3rd Edition: Richard Bullock, Michal Brody & Francine Weinberg
  182. STAT 2: Building Models for a World of Data: Ann R. Cannon
  183. Interplay-The Process of Interpersonal Communication, 13th edition: Ronald Adler
  184. SELL 5 (New, Engaging Titles From 4LTR Press), 5th edition: Thomas N. Ingram & Raymond (buddy) W. Laforge & Ramon A. Avila & Charles H. Schwepker & Michael R. Williams
  185. Marketing Channels, 8th edition: Bert Rosenbloom
  186. The Changing Earth: Exploring Geology and Evolution, 7th Edition: James S. Monroe & Reed Wicander
  187. Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models, 3rd edition: John Fox
  188. Development Economics: Debraj Ray
  189. Organic Chemistry, 9th edition: Leroy G. Wade
  190. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, 9th edition: Jan A. Pechenik
  191. DSP First, 2nd Edition: McClellan, Schafer & Yoder
  192. Epidemiology, 5th Edition: Leon Gordis
  193. Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, 7th Edition: Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
  194. Essentials of Sociology 12th edition: James M. Henslin
  195. Lehne's Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 9th edition: Jacqueline Burchum & Laura Rosenthal
  196. Public Policy: Politics, Analysis, and Alternatives, 6th edition: Michael E. Kraft & Scott R. Furlong
  197. Financial Management: Principles and Applications (12th Edition): Sheridan Titman & Arthur J. Keown
  198. Animal Physiology, 4th Edition: Richard W. Hill
  199. Microbiology with Diseases by Taxonomy (5th Edition): Robert W. Bauman
  200. Understanding Basic Statistics, 7th edition: Charles Henry Brase & Corrinne Pellillo Brase
  201. Organic Chemistry: Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual, 3rd edition: David Klein
  202. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 11th edition: Howard Anton, Irl Bivens & Stephen Davis
  203. An Introduction to Student–Involved Assessment FOR Learning, 7th edition: Jan Chappuis & Rick Stiggins
  204. The Bedford Researcher with 2016 MLA Update, 5th edition: Mike Palmquist
  205. Roots of the Western Tradition: A Short History of the Ancient World, 8th edition: Guy Rogers & C. Warren Hollister
  206. Contemporary Logistics, 12th edition: Paul R. Murphy & A. Michael Knemeyer
  207. Personal Finance, 13th edition: E. Thomas Garman
  208. C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design, 8th Edition: D. S. Malik
  209. Information Systems Today: Managing in the Digital World, 7th edition: Joseph Valacich & Christoph Schneider
  210. New Products Management, 11th Edition: Merle Crawford & Anthony Di Benedetto
  211. A World of Ideas, 10th Edition: Lee A. Jacobus
  212. Industrial Automated Systems: Instrumentation and Motion Control: Terry L.M. Bartelt
  213. We the People: An Introduction to American Politics 11th Essentials edition: Benjamin Ginsberg, et al.
  214. Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition, 10th edition: Anne Smith & Angela Collene
  215. Technical Communication, 14th Edition: John M. Lannon
  216. Electronics Fundamentals: A Systems Approach: Thomas L. Floyd & David M. Buchla
  217. Discrete-Event System Simulation, 5th edition: Jerry Banks & John S. Carson & Barry L. Nelson & David M. Nicol
  218. Engaging Social Welfare: An Introduction to Policy Analysis: Mark J. Stern
  219. Social Welfare Policy and Advocacy: Advancing Social Justice through 8 Policy Sectors: Bruce S. Jansson
  220. Foundations of Astronomy, 12th edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana Backman
  221. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: Volume: 1 (Concise Edition): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  222. The Art of Public Speaking, 12th Edition: Stephen E. Lucas
  223. Genetic Essentials: Concepts and Conncections, 3rd edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  224. Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, 13th edition: George A. Zarb & John Hobkirk & Steven Eckert & Rhonda Jacob
  225. Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 9th edition: Robert Jurmain & Lynn Kilgore & Wenda Trevathan
  226. The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings and Handbook with 2016 MLA Update: Richard Bullock, Maureen Daly Goggin & Francine Weinberg
  227. Biochemistry: Concepts and Connections: Dean R. Appling & Spencer J. Anthony-Cahill
  228. The Basic Practice of Statistics, 7th edition: David S. Moore & William I. Notz & Michael A. Fligner
  229. Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd edition: GEORGE YOUNG and William Hopwood
  230. Macroeconomics, 4th edition: Charles I. Jones
  231. Web Development and Design Foundations with HTML5, 8th edition: Terry Ann Felke-Morris, Ed.D
  232. Invitation to Public Speaking - National Geographic Edition, 5th Edition: Cindy L. Griffin
  233. Marketing: the Core, 6th edition: Roger A. Kerin, Steven W. Hartley
  234. Development: Infancy Through Adolescence: Laurence Steinberg and Deborah Lowe Vandell
  235. Sports Economics: Roger D. Blair
  236. Quick & Easy Medical Terminology, 8th edition: Peggy C. Leonard
  237. Legal Research and Writing for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 8th edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  238. Evidence for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 5th edition: Joelyn D. Marlowe
  239. Criminal Law, 12th edition: Joel Samaha
  240. Natural Resource Economics: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Barry C. Field
  241. Learning with LabVIEW, 1st Edition: Robert H. Bishop
  242. Methods in Behavioral Research, 12th edition: Paul C. Cozby & Scott C. Bates
  243. Contemporary Human Behavior Theory: A Critical Perspective for Social Work , 3rd edition: Susan P. Robbins
  244. Managerial Accounting for Managers, 4th edition: Eric Noreen
  245. Basic Marketing Research: Using Microsoft Excel Data Analysis, 3rd Edition: Alvin Burns & Ronald Bush
  246. Dosage Calculations Made Incredibly Easy! (Incredibly Easy! Series®), 5th edition: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  247. Fundamentals of Financial Management, 14th edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Joel F. Houston
  248. Global Issues: Politics, Economics, and Culture, 5th edition: Richard J. Payne
  249. FOCUS on Community College Success, 4th edition: Constance Staley
  250. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2, 7th edition: James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  251. The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, 11th Edition: Frederic S. Mishkin
  252. Management, 14th edition: Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter & Joseph J. Martocchio & Lori K. Long
  253. Organizational Behavior, 17th edition: Stephen P. Robbins
  254. Race and Ethnicity: The United States and the World (2nd Edition): Scupin, Raymond, Ph.D
  255. Entrepreneurial Small Business, 5th edition: Jerome A. Katz & Richard P. Green II
  256. Teaching Discipline-Specific Literacies in Grades 6-12: Preparing Students for College, Career, and Workforce Demands: Vicky I. Zygouris-Coe
  257. Human Development A Cultural Approach (2nd Edition): Jeffrey J. Arnett
  258. Listening to Music, 8th edition: Craig Wright
  259. Work in the 21st Century, 5th edition: Frank J. Landy
  260. Principles of Microeconomics, 8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  261. Strategic Management: Text and Cases (Irwin Management), 8th Edition: Gregory G Dess Dr. and Gerry McNamara
  262. Essentials of Sociology, 2nd edition: George Ritzer
  263. Introduction to Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary Readings, 7th Edition: John Perry & Michael Bratman
  264. Real Estate Development - 5th Edition: Principles and Process: Mike E. Miles & Laurence M. Netherton & Adrienne Schmitz
  265. Real Estate Finance & and Investments, 15th edition: William Brueggeman
  266. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications, 11th edition: Dennis G. Zill
  267. The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual, 10th edition: James W. Zubrick
  268. Administration of Wills, Trusts and Estates, 5th edition: Gordon Brown & Scott Myers
  269. Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years (Early Childhood Education Series): Judy Harris Helm & Lilian G. Katz
  270. Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 8th Edition: Halliday & Resnick & Walker
  271. Financial and Managerial Accounting, 2nd Edition: Weygandt & Kimmel & Kieso
  272. College Algebra, 6th edition: Mark Dugopolski
  273. Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture: Volume Two, Brief 4th Edition : Joshua Cole & Carol Symes
  274. Society: The Basics, 14th Edition: John J Macionis
  275. M: Marketing, 5th Edition: Dhruv Grewal, Michael Levy
  276. Mass Media and American Politics, 10th edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. Dunaway
  277. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  278. Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2018 E-Book: 5 Books in 1 (Ferri's Medical Solutions): Fred F. Ferri
  279. Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition: Janice Gorzynski Smith
  280. COMM4 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press): Kathleen S. Verderber, Deanna D. Sellnow & Rudolph F. Verderber
  281. The Theatre Experience, 13th edition: Edwin Wilson
  282. Mcknight's Physical Geography: A Landscape Appreciation, 12th edition: Darrel Hess & Dennis Tasa
  283. Intermediate Algebra, 12th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger
  284. Strategic Management Concept, 3rd Edition: Frank Rothaermel
  285. Moral Issues in Business, 13th edition: William H. Shaw
  286. Marketing 2016, 18th edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  287. Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change, 6th Edition: Michael Molloy
  288. Fundamentals of Cost Accounting, 5th edition: William N. Lanen, Shannon W. Anderson, Michael W. Maher
  289. Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior (Applications of Motivational Interviewing): Stephen Rollnick & William R. Miller & Christopher C. Butler
  290. Community and Public Health Nursing: Evidence for Practice, 1st edition: Gail A. Harkness & Rosanna DeMarco
  291. Community/Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Populations, 6th Edition: Mary A. Nies & Melanie McEwen
  292. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart, 4th Edition, Volume One: Robert Tignor
  293. Microeconomics: Theory & Applications, 12th edition: Edgar K. Browning
  294. CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide, Academic Edition: Wendell Odom
  295. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 11th edition: Ross & Westerfield & Jordan
  296. Daniels and Worthingham's Muscle Testing: Techniques of Manual Examination and Performance Testing (Daniels & Worthington's Muscle Testing (Hislop)), 9th Edition: Helen Hislop & Dale Avers & Marybeth Brown
  297. Worlds Together Worlds Apart, 4th Edition , Volume Two: Robert Tignor & Jeremy Adelman
  298. Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Concepts, Applications, and Skills, 11th edition: Andrew J. DuBrin
  299. The Bedford Guide for Writing Tutors, 6th edition: Leigh Ryan & Lisa Zimmerelli
  300. Reason and Responsibility: Readings in Some Basic Problems of Philosophy, 16th edition: Joel Feinberg & Russ Shafer-Landau
  301. Environment and You, The (2nd Edition): Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege
  302. Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik, 6th edition: Jamie Rankin & Larry Wells
  303. Essentials of Marketing: A Marketing Strategy Planning Approach, 14th edition: William D. Perreault & Jr. & Joseph P. Cannon & E. Jerome McCarthy
  304. Financial & Managerial Accounting, 17th Edition: Jan R. Williams
  305. Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling (5th Edition): James R. Evans
  306. Keeping the Republic: Power and Citizenship in American Politics, 8th edition: Christine Barbour & Gerald Wright
  307. Big Ideas of Early Mathematics: What Teachers of Young Children Need to Know: The Early Math Collaborative- E
  308. Bailey's Research for the Health Professional, 3rd edition: Diana Bailey & Angela Hissong
  309. Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 7th edition: John W. Satzinger, Robert B. Jackson & Stephen D. Burd
  310. Survey of Operating Systems, 5th edition: Jane Holcombe
  311. Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents, 7th edition: Jane Case-Smith & Jane Clifford O'Brien
  312. McGraw Hill Taxation of Business Entities, 2018 Edition: SPILKER & AYERS & BARRICK & OUTSLAY & ROBINSON & WEAVER & WORSHAM
  313. Accounting Controls Guidebook: Third Edition: A Practical Guide: Steven Bragg
  314. The African-American Odyssey: Volume 2 (6th Edition): Darlene Clark Hine
  315. Exploring Psychology in Modules, 10th edition: David Myers & Nathan Dewall
  316. The Human Body in Health and Illness, 5th edition: Barbara Herlihy
  317. CPHQ Exam Secrets Study Guide: CPHQ Test Review for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Exam: CPHQ Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  318. CPHQ Exam Practice Questions (First Set): CPHQ Practice Tests & Review for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Exam: CPHQ Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  319. Philosophy: A Text with Readings, 13th edition: Manuel Velasquez
  320. Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics: Using Microsoft Excel 2016, 4th Edition: Neil J. Salkind
  321. Tort Law: Text and Materials, 5th edition: Mark Lunney & Ken Oliphant
  322. Graphic Design School: The Principles and Practice of Graphic Design, 5th edition: David Dabner & Sandra Stewart & Eric Zempol
  323. Microbe, 2nd edition: Michele Swanson, Gemma Reguera, Moselio Schaechter & Frederick Neidhardt
  324. An Introduction to Modern Welfare Economics: Per-Olov Johansson
  325. Human Sexuality, 4th Edition: Roger R. Hock
  326. The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology, 6th Edition: Lisa J. McIntyre
  327. THINK Psychology, Second Canadian Edition: Abigail A. Baird & Anjanie McCarthy
  328. General Medical Conditions in the Athlete, 2nd edition: Micki Cuppett & Katie Walsh
  329. Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 4th Edition: Jerry R. Mohrig & David Alberg & Gretchen Hofmeister & Christine Hammond
  330. C++ Programming: Program Design Including Data Structures, 8th edition: D. S. Malik
  331. Essentials of Meteorology: An Invitation to the Atmosphere, 7th edition: C. Donald Ahrens
  332. St. Martin's Guide to Writing Short Edition with 2016 MLA Update, 11th Edition: Rise B. Axelrod & Charles R. Cooper
  333. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 12th edition: Elaine N. Marieb, Suzanne M. Keller
  334. Intermediate Algebra for College Students, 7th Edition: Robert F. Blitzer
  335. Manual of Structural Kinesiology, 19th Edition: R.T. Floyd
  336. California: The Politics of Diversity, 8th edition: David G. Lawrence
  337. American Government and Politics Today: 2017-2018 Edition, 18th edition: Lynne E. Ford
  338. Business Essentials (11th Edition): Ronald J. Ebert & Ricky W. Griffin
  339. Music: An Appreciation, Brief Edition (B&B Music), 9th Edition: Roger Kamien
  340. Graphic Design Solutions, 5th edition: Robin Landa
  341. Classics of Western Philosophy (Eighth Edition): Steven M. Cahn
  342. International Business, 1st Edition: J. Michael Geringer, Jeanne M. McNett, Michael S. Minor, Donald A. Ball
  343. Texas Politics Today: 2017-2018 Edition, 18th edition: Mark Jones
  344. The Film Experience: An Introduction, 4th Edition: Timothy Corrigan & Patricia White
  345. Adobe® Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud™: Comprehensive: Corinne L. Hoisington & Jessica L. Minnick
  346. Web Design: Introductory (Shelly Cashman), 6th Edition: Jennifer T. Campbell

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  1. Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques, 9th Edition: Anne Griffin Perry & Patricia A. Potter & Wendy Ostendorf
  2. Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World, 13th Edition: Thomas Bateman
  3. Comedy (The New Critical Idiom), 2nd Edition: Andrew Stott
  4. Literature The Human Experience, Shorter, 12th Edition: Richard Abcarian & Marvin Klotz & Samuel Cohen
  5. Adult Development and Aging, 8th Edition: John C. Cavanaugh &, Fredda Blanchard-Fields
  6. Crossing Borders International Studies for the 21st Century, 3rd Edition: Harry I. Chernotsky & Heidi H. Hobbs
  7. Nursing Health Assessment: A Best Practice Approach, 3rd North American Edition: Sharon Jensen
  8. Pocket Guide to Psychiatric Nursing, 10th Edition: Mary C. Townsend & Karyn I. Morgan
  9. Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition, 11th Edition: Anne Smith
  10. Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Biologists, 1st Edition: Gerry P. Quinn & Michael J. Keough
  11. Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior, 16th Edition: Carl L Hart Dr. & Charles J. Ksir
  12. Marketing Management, 5th Edition: Dawn Iacobucci
  13. Ecological Developmental Biology: The Environmental Regulation of Development, Health, and Evolution, 2nd Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & David Epel
  14. Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, 2nd Edition: Richard W. Johnson
  15. Tonal Harmony, 8th Edition: Stefan Kostka & Dorothy Payne & Byron Almén
  16. Foundations in Microbiology, 10th Edition: Kathleen Park Talaro & Barry Chess Instructor
  17. Organizational Behavior: A Practical, Problem-Solving Approach, 2nd Edition: Angelo Kinicki & Mel Fugate
  18. Nakama 2: Japanese Communication, Culture, Context, 3rd Edition: Yukiko Abe Hatasa & Kazumi Hatasa & Seiichi Makino
  19. Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach, 10th Edition: Kenneth S Bordens & Bruce Barrington Abbott
  20. Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach, 10th Edition: Kenneth S Bordens & Bruce Barrington Abbott
  21. Issues in Economics Today, 8th Edition: Robert Guell
  22. General, Organic, and Biochemistry, 9th Edition: Katherine J Denniston & Joseph J Topping &, Dr Danae Quirk Dorr
  23. Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2017, 8th Edition: Diane Zak
  24. Dosage Calculations, 9th edition: Gloria D. Pickar & Amy Pickar-Abernethy
  25. Macroeconomics Brief Edition, 2nd Edition: Campbell R. McConnell & Stanley L. Brue & Sean Masaki Flynn
  26. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition: of the American Psychological Association
  27. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Macro Level: Groups, Communities, and Organizations, 3rd Edition: Katherine Van Wormer & Fred Besthorn
  28. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Micro Level: Individuals and Families, 3rd Edition: Katherine Van Wormer
  29. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering, 9th Edition: Braja M. Das &, Khaled Sobhan
  30. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 8th edition: Philip M. Gerhart & Andrew L. Gerhart & John I. Hochstein
  31. The Film Experience, 5th Edition: Timothy Corrigan & Patricia White
  32. Ecology in Action, 1st Edition: Fred D. Singer
  33. Juvenile Justice In America, 8th Edition: Clemens Bartollas & Stuart J. Miller
  34. Working in America: Continuity, Conflict, and Change in a New Economic Era, 4th Edition: Amy S Wharton
  35. Introduction to Chemical Engineering: Tools for Today and Tomorrow, 5th Edition: Kenneth A. Solen & John Harb
  36. Organizational Communication: Approaches and Processes, 7th Edition: Katherine Miller & Joshua Barbour
  37. California Government and Politics Today, 15th Edition: Mona Field
  38. Professional Baking, 7th Edition: Wayne Gisslen
  39. Network and System Security, 2nd Edition: John R. Vacca
  40. Pro SQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation, 5th Edition: Louis Davidson & Jessica Moss
  41. Handbook of Enology, Vol. 1: The Microbiology of Wine and Vinifications, 2nd Edition: P. Ribéreau-Gayon & D. Dubourdieu & B. Donèche & A. Lonvaud
  42. Handbook of Enology, Volume 2: The Chemistry of Wine - Stabilization and Treatments, 2nd Edition: Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon & Y. Glories & A. Maujean & Denis Dubourdieu
  43. The Role of the Physical Therapist Assistant: Regulations and Responsibilities, 2nd Edition: Holly M. Clynch
  44. Dynamics: Analysis and Design of Systems in Motion, 2nd Edition: Benson H. Tongue
  45. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics, 2nd Edition: Robert D. Zucker & Oscar Biblarz
  46. The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2019: Billions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants and Prizes: Gen Tanabe & Kelly Tanabe
  47. Myers' Psychology for the AP® Course, 3rd Edition: David G. Myers
  48. Winningham's Critical Thinking Cases in Nursing: Medical-Surgical, Pediatric, Maternity, and Psychiatric, 6th Edition: Mariann M. Harding & Julie S. Snyder
  49. Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, 2nd Edition: Steven D. Brown & Robert W. Lent
  50. At Risk Youth, 6th Edition: J. Jeffries McWhirter & Benedict T. McWhirter & Ellen Hawley McWhirter & Anna C. McWhirter
  51. 50 Literacy Strategies: Step-by-Step , 4th Edition: Gail E. Tompkins
  52. Best Practices in Data Cleaning, 1st Edition: Jason W. Osborne
  53. Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython, 2nd Edition: Wes McKinney
  54. Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages, 1st Edition: Bill Lubanovic
  55. Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime: An Introduction, 3rd Edition: Marjie T. Britz
  56. Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics: Foundation Student Book (Edexcel GCSE Maths 2015), 1st Edition: Not Applicable
  57. Python Cookbook: Recipes for Mastering Python 3, 3rd Edition: ` David Beazley & Brian K. Jones
  58. RealTime Physics: Active Learning Laboratories, Module 1: Mechanics, 3rd Edition: David R. Sokoloff & Ronald K. Thornton & Priscilla W. Laws
  59. Discipline that Restores: Strategies to Create Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in the Classroom: Ron Claassen & Roxanne Claassen
  60. Inequality: A Contemporary Approach to Race, Class, and Gender, 1st Edition: Lisa A. Keister & Darby E. Southgate
  61. Managing Conflict through Communication, 5th Edition: Dudley D. Cahn
  62. Mental Health Interventions for School Counselors, 1st Edition: Christopher A. Sink
  63. Quantitative Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition: Richard A. DeFusco & , Dennis W. McLeavey & Jerald E. Pinto & David E. Runkle & Mark J. P. Anson
  64. Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap: Paul C. Gorski & James A. Banks
  65. Solving Behavior Problems in Autism, 1st Edition: Linda A. Hodgdon
  66. A World of Art , 7th Edition: Henry M. Sayre
  67. Anatomy & Physiology: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Michael McKinley & Valerie O'Loughlin & Theresa Bidle
  68. A Global History of Architecture, 3rd Edition: Francis D. K. Ching & Mark M. Jarzombek & Vikramaditya Prakash
  69. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications, 10th Edition: Dennis G. Zill
  70. Vander's Human Physiology, 15th Edition: Eric Widmaier
  71. Western Civilization: Beyond Boundaries, Volume I: to 1715, 7th Edition: Thomas F. X. Noble & Barry Strauss & Duane Osheim & Kristen Neuschel & Elinor Accampo
  72. Technology Matters: Questions to Live With: David E. Nye
  73. New GCSE Computer Science OCR Revision Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course: CGP Books
  74. My Revision Notes: Cambridge National Level 1/2 Certificate in Information Technologies: Sonia Stuart
  75. Medical Terminology: An Illustrated Guide, 8th Edition: Barbara J. Cohen & Ann DePetris
  76. Cambridge National Level 1/2 Certificate in Information Technologies: Brian Gillinder & Sonia Stuart
  77. Ecgs Made Easy, 5th Edition: Barbara J Aehlert
  78. 70-698 Installing and Configuring Windows 10: Microsoft Official Academic Course
  79. Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, 8th edition: Kenneth Rosen
  80. Global Health Care: Issues and Policies, 3rd Edition: Carol Holtz
  81. Physical Examination and Health Assessment, 3rd Canadian Edition: Carolyn Jarvis & Annette J. Browne
  82. Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children, 11th Edition: Marilyn J. Hockenberry & David Wilson
  83. Leddy & Pepper's Professional Nursing, Ninth North American Edition: Lucy Hood
  84. Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice, 16th Edition: James D. Gwartney & Richard L. Stroup & Russell S. Sobel & David A. Macpherson
  85. Introduction to Intelligence Studies, 2nd Edition: Carl J. Jensen III & David H. McElreath & Melissa Graves
  86. How Humans Evolved, 8th Edition: Robert Boyd & Joan B. Silk
  87. Fundamentals of Physics, 11th Edition, Student Solutions Manual: David Halliday
  88. Fundamentals of Physics, 11th Edition: David Halliday and Robert Resnick
  89. Drugs, Society and Criminal Justice, 4th Edition: Charles F. Levinthal
  90. Performance Assessment: Showing What Students Know and Can Do: Susan M. Brookhart
  91. Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice, 4th Edition: Wendy Austin
  92. Manual of I.V. Therapeutics: Evidence-Based Practice for Infusion Therapy, 6th Edition: Lisa Gorski & Lynn Dianne Phillips
  93. Women's Health in Canada: Critical Perspectives on Theory and Policy, 1st Edition: Marina Morrow & Olena Hankivsky
  94. Calculus and Its Applications, 11th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger & David J. Ellenbogen & Scott J. Surgent
  95. Managerial Accounting, 11th Canadian Edition: Ray H Garrison &, Alan Webb & Theresa Libby
  96. Canadian Organizational Behaviour, 10th Canadian Edition: Steven McShane & Kevin Tasa
  97. Effective Group Discussion: Theory and Practice, 15th Edition: Gloria J Galanes & Katherine L. Adams
  98. The New Harbrace Guide: Genres for Composing, 3rd Edition: Cheryl Glenn
  99. The Psychology of Language: An Integrated Approach, 1st Edition: David C. Ludden
  100. The Psychology of Attitudes and Attitude Change, 2nd Edition: Gregory R. Maio & Geoff Haddock
  101. Majoring in Psychology: Achieving Your Educational and Career Goals, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey L. Helms & Daniel T. Rogers
  102. R for Data Science: Import, Tidy, Transform, Visualize, and Model Data, 1st Edition: Hadley Wickham & Garrett Grolemund
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2020.02.26 04:42 Slashtap Parvenu (Johnny Li) Top 8 YCS Vegas Report

(This is reposted from my fb, so some of the more specific references may not make sense here...just ignore those)
80%. It was the afternoon of Day 2 of YCS Vegas, and the number lingered in my head like an echo. The AHJ had just announced the top 16 teams that survived the culling out of 490 entrants. 80%. Thinking about the number felt surreal. I had topped four of the past five YCSes I attended - and I was not an active Yugioh player for the vast majority of that time.
In today's report, I will share my interpretation of these results. I do not for a moment delude myself into thinking I am some sort of pillar of greatness; far from it, I've had a hot run largely because I found the right coattails to grasp onto. Before I retired in 2017, my friend Justin had had one of the best topping streaks in his career, and he said, "I'm going to enjoy this while it lasts, because it's probably the best year I'll ever have." A wise sentiment to echo.
I would love to say that I've found some Magic Formula to topping, but I doubt that I have. This season could very well have been my own best year, so I won't let it get to my head. Nevertheless, I'm a systems guy, so I will try to distill some sort of framework out of my recent hot streak as I review and analyze my YCS Vegas experience.
What do I mean when I say that I'm not active? What I mean is that I do not work on my craft outside of premier events, which take place once, at most twice, per month. This process is descriptive, not prescriptive. Contrary to what Allen Iverson might tell you, you should practice regularly at whatever you're passionate about. I do not condone how I approach Yugioh, but since school started for me last fall, it is the only approach I have.
Rather unintuitively, not playing the game actually helps me in some ways. For one, since I don't follow the meta, I don't buy into what the community decides the meta is. I was skimming the Yugioh subreddit for a moment today, and someone had posted a tier list for the current format. I disagree so much with it. It ranked Sala super high because it won the last event. If you don't care about the scene, it becomes much easier to evaluate decks in a vacuum without being biased by results. Salamangreat sucks.
Another way that it helps me is that I'm totally unafraid of losing. It's like a normal, sane person playing a Chicken Game against a crazy person who doesn't care if they live - guess who's going to win? I will absolutely summon my monsters into Nibiru without protection, because I simply don't care. If I don't get Nibiru'd, I win the game, but all that means is I have to play another round of Yugioh and I still won't have the internship I want. If I do get Nibiru'd, I get to go home and sleep and network for internships. Either way, being afraid or unafraid of Nibiru has no bearing on whether I get the job, so I may as well just summon everything.
Ok, that's a bit of an oversimplification. It doesn't mean that I play stupid. It just means that if I have to choose between two different payouts with the same EV, I will choose the one that's riskier when I don't care about this game, and I will choose the one that's less risky when I do care about this game. And I haven't cared about this game since school started.
How have I stayed current in a game I don't even play? I just use the same template constantly. I take the deckbuilding template that won Pat his eight championships and just ask people questions until I find a deck that fits the template. I want 11-13 starter cards, 12-14 superior and additional extenders, 3 or fewer reactive extenders, 3 or fewer removal, 6 defensive cards, and 2 or 3 bombs. Normal summons cannot exceed 3, and engine requirements ("Garnets") cannot exceed 1. Whenever possible, I play 1 Parvenu, which is one of the most enduring and game-defining cards ever printed.
Beyond that, I read relevant cards in the format before the tournament, and then once a game starts, I apply logic and pattern recognition to determine my course of action. This would not be feasible if cards rotated constantly, but in practice, they do not. While it is true that the metagame changes every week, the number of new cards one must read per season is quite low.
Leading up to the tournament, I felt that the four decks that placed top 4 at UDS Tulsa were in fact the 4 best decks of the format. Since Vegas is a 3v3 tournament and not a 4v4, it made sense to me that we each play one of these decks, and leave out whichever one is the worst of the four. To me, the answer was unequivocally Shaddoll. I watched Carl Manigat do his deck profile live, considered the deck's merits for 2 minutes, and concluded it made far more sense to prepare for Shaddoll rather than to try to play it. In his own words, he ruined the deck for everyone.
In an ideal world, the perfect team would deduce the best deck of the format and then each member should play identical decks. I think this is commonly understood among most competitive players. However, we were not operating under the parameters of infinite time. I would have loved to see what kind of havoc David would wreak with my deck, for instance, but I acknowledged that he had far more experience with Spyral.
I encouraged Galy, being in a similar position to mine, bogged down by life work and no time to practice Yugioh, to play a deck that I felt best suited those constraints. I almost played it myself, but I decided on a combo deck because I wanted to diversify the risk in case I had misjudged (that is, overvalued) the decks I set store in. If I had made the wrong call for Galy, then by playing a different deck, I could at least localize the fallout to just his table, rather than let the consequences spread to both of ours.
On the other hand, Shunping went balls to the wall and had his entire team play Rokket, even though his partners had not mastered the deck. They placed just as highly as we did, so there's certainly more than one way to skin a cat.
Day 1
Round 1 - BYE
Thank you UDS Champion David Flores.
Round 2 - BYE
See above.
Round 3 - Team: Some Guys From Europe
My opponent this round was Joshua Oosters playing a version of Geist with Tour Guide. I won the roll, so I full comboed him. This was my first ever real-life match playing with the Rokket deck, so I negated the wrong card. I didn't get adequately punished for it, but I resolved to not make that mistake again. The next game, I took with Evenly and Cosmic. He opened the Judgment, but it was insufficient.
Joshua is really funny, and I'm glad I got to meet him in person. He later said at dinner that our team was NSYNC, because our first three rounds were, "Bye, Bye, Bye."
Me: Win David: Win Galy: Win
Round 4 - Team: TrifSamuraiXI
My opponent was Sam, the guy from the youtube channel, playing Dino. I won game 1 with full combo. I lost game 2 after being put on first. I let results-oriented thinking influence me game 3 and elected second despite knowing better. This was juvenile of me, and I was punished accordingly. This was my only loss in Swiss.
Me: Lose David: Lose Galy: Win
I wasn't sure about our prospects for the rest of the tournament after this, because we had faced two name opponents right off the bat, and I didn't think it could get easier. To my delight, the difficulty evened out over the course of Swiss. I think we were just unlucky.
Round 5 - Team: Subforbortle
My opponent was Kevin Bortle playing Traptrix. I won game 1 with full combo, ripping Utopia Double out of his extra deck to ensure he wouldn't steal the game from me. I won game 2 with Cosmic Cyclone and regular monster beatdown trading with his infinite supply of Floodgate Trap Hole.
Me: Win David: Win Galy: Win
Round 6 - Team: Super Friends
I love this match because of how crazy I comboed. I gave the guy two turns in total. Game 1, he played that spell card with the hippos on them and then set 3 backrow. I asked D what backrow Spyral decks like that set. He told me Called By. Dude wasn't kidding; the 3 sets were all Called By and he had a Crow in hand. I played through the disruptions and attacked with five monsters for game. Game 2, he played that spell with the hippos on it again, and I Ashed his entire life away. On my turn, I attacked for game.
Me: Win David: Win Galy: Win
Round 7 - Team: Patas
Salamangreat player, easy. Game 1, I killed him. Game 2, I think I didn't open enough engine or my engine got disrupted. It turned into a long grind game. I wish I could have a recording of this game, because I wouldn't be surprised if I could identify a mistake somewhere I could have converted the win. Game 3, I burned him with a 1st edition French Ghost Rare Scarlight.
Me: Win David: Lose Galy: Win
At this point, I had to admit I had underestimated Galy. Even though I don't play Yugioh, I at least read a card now and then. But Galy works around the clock with no time for Yugioh, so I was worried he would be a huge liability. Instead, he was the pillar of Team Parvenu all of Day 1. As he said to me, "Oh ye of little faith." I guess you don't become the #1 player in history without being able to catch up to speed quickly.
Day 2
Round 8 - Team Himulayan Heat
My opponent was Scarpelli playing Shaddoll Invoked. He won the roll, and after he resolved Invoked searches and Desires, I was pretty sure I had lost. I played it out, and sure enough, his advantage was too much. Game 2, I full comboed. He knew the floodgate was coming because it was printed on my translations, but he didn't have the out. Game 3, I negated his own floodgate and full comboed. Unfortunately, Galy lost. He communicated unclearly to David, causing David to scoop prematurely, which indirectly resulted in a draw for us. Their team name was misspelled due to tournament staff, not the players.
Me: Win David: Draw Galy: Lose
Round 9 - Team: Team Simp
My opponent played going second Musket. He put me on first. I full comboed. He put me on first game 2. I full comboed and just hoped he didn't have a ridiculous amount of negation to trade with my own. He didn't have it.
Me: Win David: Win Galy: Win
As with Peru, I held the leading record to drive my 3v3 team into top cut. Of course it was all a joint effort, but competitive people will inevitably compare individual scores.
Top 16 - Team: 43 and Me
This round was against our friends. My opponent was Cancel. Since we knew that we would be facing them, we studied Orcust Machina cards before the match, thinking that that was what they were playing. Turned out to be Shaddoll. I thought that their team name was a reference to some type of genetic disorder (like Trisomy 21), but turns out it was just a reference to their decks being 43 cards. Playing 43, especially in a deck with Shaddoll's consistency issues, is unwise in my view. Sure enough, my single Ash bricked Cancel in game 1, which I followed up with a full combo. Game 2, he had a clutch Ogre to stop my combo, and I didn't have the extender to recover. Game 3, his deck's inherent consistency issues failed him once again. The problems that came up for his deck in this match were the exact reason I only considered playing Shaddoll for all of 2 minutes.
Me: Win David: Win Galy: Win
Top 8 - Team: Hi Kasey
I faced Michael Jaffer's Geist deck this match. I won the roll, so I thought the match was in the bag. However, I opened my one brick hand all tournament. I don't think that there are decks that never brick, but I do think that you can typically find a deck that bricks once per day to play at events. Unfortunately, that once per day anomaly occurred in this game. To compound the damage, Galy himself opened his worst hand all day this round. In game 2, I got Lava Golemed. However, I was very much in a position to still win. I feared the clock and made an instinctual decision to destroy my own Lava Golem with Tracer. I fully knew how much value it could add to my position by keeping it, but some subconscious reasoning told me to pop it. I misjudged.
After that, I still could have won, but I failed to activate Seal after chaining it to Evenly. No, I did not do something as basic as forgetting my effect. I just let a reasonable amount of time pass as I was assessing the board. Jaffer then set 3 cards to his backrow. At that moment, I thought, it's going to look REALLY wild if I try to activate Seal now. So I didn't. Later, after the tournament, I discovered that Seal was mandatory, and that I could have activated it even after the grand pause. I do not at all think Jaffer was doing anything malicious. My read on the situation is that he and I both thought it was optional, and that he was using some sly misdirection to make me forget to activate what we thought to be an optional effect. I do those kinds of mind games too, so I wasn't mad at him - just myself, because after making only two overt mistakes through all of Swiss, I made two mistakes in a single game.
We ultimately finished in 7th place. I have mixed feelings about the outcome. On one hand, the result exceeded my expectations for the weekend, and I am happy about that. On the other hand, I don't think greatness has to do with chasing a result (otherwise, it would be most logical to simply cheat whenever possible), but rather, greatness is about chasing perfect play. Systems > goals. In that regard, even though we placed well, I am unhappy with the mistakes I made. Especially because, to my knowledge, this is the first time I have made an overt mistake in technical play during top cut.
One other note from this weekend is that I am disappointed to say I witnessed and heard a number of cheating stories. I have been feeling good about the community lately, because I have not seen anyone try anything wild in the past several events I've gone to. Now, all of a sudden, everyone wanted to try something. However, I find solace in the knowledge that the American judge staff is top notch, and that they are well aware of the reports that have been coming in.
All of the shoutouts I have are already in the profile video. Shunping, Ethan, Josh, Galy, David, Zoie, Julie, etc. Thanks to David and Galy for calling me out on my micromanaging. You two have taught me a lot about having more empathy. The cliche says to treat others the way you want to be treated, but I was reminded this weekend that this is ineffective. You must treat others the way THEY want to be treated. I value the management experience from this weekend far more than the irrelevant accolade I gained in a game I do not play, and I'm grateful that two of my best friends were catalysts for my learning in that regard. And I'm also thankful for Ed, my rock, who gave me additional perspective, and who must be mentioned in each and every report I write. God is good.
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2020.02.03 22:49 vicsage83 Vicsage83’s 5 Round Post Super Bowl 2020 Mock Draft

Welcome all to my 3rd annual post-Super Bowl Mock! I know the anticipation has been hurting all of you so without further ado...
Round 1 (1st Overall) - Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
What else did you expect? Unless Burrow is found out to be a serial killer between now and draft day he’s sharpie’d in at #1 overall.
Round 1 (2nd Overall) - Washington Redskins - Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State
See above but for Chase Young.
Round 1 (3rd Overall) - Detroit Lions - Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State
If I was doing trades this would be where Miami picked Tua, but I’m not that much of a masochist so you’ll just have to use your imagination. Okudah fills in very nicely as CB2 being Slay giving the Lions a dynamic coverage duo.
Round 1 (4th Overall) - New York Giants - Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
If you have a young QB and a bad OL your primary job is to do everything you can to protect him. Wills has more experience at RT but regardless of what side of the OL he plays, it's an upgrade.
Round 1 (5th Overall) - Miami Dolphins - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
Miami wasn’t as bad as people expected (It would have been hard to reach the high bad expectations that people were saying though) and are still able to pick Tua.
Round 1 (6th Overall) - Los Angeles Chargers - Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
Do the Chargers go after a veteran QB (Bridgewater, Newton) or look to the draft for their Rivers replacement? Herbert was the best QB at the senior bowl and I would be shocked if he made it past LAC.
Round 1 (7th Overall) - Carolina Panthers - Derrick Brown, iDL, Auburn
Rhule and Tepper are the wild cards of the draft as of now imo. Their thoughts on Cam Newton are gonna change how the 1st round goes. Do they attempt to move up for Tua/Herbert? Select Love here? With an extra long contract, Rhule has the ability to build up his roster while looking to next year to figure out QB. Brown gives the Panthers a dynamic interior player to pair with Brian Burns on the outside.
Round 1 (8th Overall) - Arizona Cardinals - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
Didn’t the Cardinals select 3 WRs last year? Sure did, and yet I still think Kyler Murray’s college WR is the pick here at 8. Isabella, Butler, and Keesean are not players worth passing on for Lamb.
Round 1 (9th Overall) - Jacksonville Jaguars - Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson
With Telvin Smith away from football Myles Jack needs a new partner in the middle of the Jags defense. Who better than Isaiah Simmons, another versatile, explosive playmaker?
Round 1 (10th Overall) - Cleveland Browns - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
Remember what I said about protecting young QBs?
Round 1 (11th Overall) - New York Jets - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
THERE ARE A LOT OF BAD OFFENSIVE LINES OK
Round 1 (12th Overall) - Las Vegas Raiders - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
The Raiders best offensive pass catcher last year was Darren Waller and he’s a TE. After him it was 5th round rookie Hunter Renfrow. Then Tyrell “Plantar Fasciitis” Williams. If Derek Carr is the answer then he needs WRs. And if it’s Tom Brady then he also needs WRs.
Round 1 (13th Overall) - Indianapolis Colts - Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
When it feels like the people want this pick who would I be to deny them? Love has the best tools in the class and why not let Frank Reich try to get Mahomes-lite outta him.
Round 1 (14th Overall) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Javon Kinlaw, iDL, South Carolina
Mercenary DT Ndamukong Suh is a FA and Vita Vea needs a new friend on the interior of the Bucs defensive line. Javon Kinlaw is a top 15 player and an absolute monster.
Round 1 (15th Overall) - Denver Broncos - Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
Speaking of free agents, Chris Harris may be gone so I went with my CB2 in Fulton. Fulton is strong in a multitude of different coverages and can develop nicely into a high end cover corner for the Broncos.
Round 1 (16th Overall) - Atlanta Falcons - K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU
The Falcons put out a statement saying they weren’t gonna look into re-signing Vic Beasley. Why not replace him with the best speed rusher in the draft? Chaisson is a raw rusher but he has a good set of tools and is a strong run defender already.
Round 1 (17th Overall) - Dallas Cowboys - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
I debated between McKinney and Delpit. Both are immediate impacts at safety but I gave McKinney the edge due to his more well rounded game.
Round 1 (18th Overall) - Miami Dolphins - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
Protect your QBs. Becton is a big boi who can help keep Tua upright and healthy.
Round 1 (19th Overall) - Las Vegas Raiders - Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
The Raiders LBs are awful and slow. Queen is an ascending player with a great combo of speed, coverage, and instincts. He needs to clean up his finishing but projects favorably as a three down backer.
Round 1 (20th Overall) - Jacksonville Jaguars - Grant Delpit, S, LSU
Jacksonville added Simmons earlier so now let’s add some more speed to the back 7 in Delpit. Both are versatile pieces who can rotate and confuse opposing offenses.
Round 1 (21st Overall) - Philadelphia Eagles - Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama
Ruggs is real fast. The Eagles don’t have a guy who’s fast.
Round 1 (22nd Overall) - Buffalo Bills - Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
Shenault gives Josh Allen a versatile target who can win downfield and in the short game. He showed improved route running this year to show #1 WR upside.
Round 1 (23rd Overall) - New England Patriots - A.J. Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa
Epenesa may not fill a massive need for the Patriots, but when a top 10 prospect falls to you in the 20s why not make your roster better?
Round 1 (24th Overall) - New Orleans Saints - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
Marshon Lattimore has shown out but needs some help to complete this Saints defense. Gladney is a legit 1st round prospect who is an athletic freak.
Round 1 (25th Overall) - Minnesota Vikings - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
Xavier Rhodes dropped off a cliff this season so adding little Stefon fills a need and keeps the elder Diggs happy. That’s a win-win.
Round 1 (26th Overall) - Miami Dolphins - J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
While drafting a RB in the 1st round over more valuable positions makes me pause, Dobbins is a real good prospect who will dramatically improve the Dolphins RB room. Tua now has a franchise LT and RB to grow with.
Round 1 (27th Overall) - Seattle Seahawks - Joshua Uche, EDGE, Michigan
Is this a reach? Maybe, but at least he’s better than L.J. Collier. Uche blew up the Senior Bowl, showing his versatile skills in pass rush and in coverage. Should be able to bounce between SAM and LEO for the Seahawks defense.
Round 1 (28th Overall) - Baltimore Ravens - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
The Ravens made the safe move in allowing C.J. Mosley to get a bajillion dollars in FA from the Jets. At the end of the first round they grab his replacement in the explosive Murray. Murray isn’t experienced in coverage responsibilities but is good against the run and a wrecking ball when blitzing.
Round 1 (29th Overall) - Tennessee Titans - Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State
The Titans are in dire need of a bigger edge rusher to pair with the smaller Harold Landry. Gross-Matos is a raw pass rusher but is strong, long, and able to make an impact on all 3 downs.
Round 1 (30th Overall) - Green Bay Packers - K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State
Davante Adams is a true #1 receiver but the GB offense lacks an explosive threat. Hamler can provide that despite his smaller frame.
Round 1 (31st Overall) - San Francisco 49ers - C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
With both safeties gone SF goes to upgrade its CB2 across from Sherman. Henderson is a high end cover corner and whatever weaknesses he has in the run game don’t matter as much to me as his ability to cover down the field.
Round 1 (32nd Overall) - Kansas City Chiefs - Lloyd Cushenberry, iOL, LSU
The throws up Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs have needs along the interior of their OL. Cushenberry had a strong Senior Bowl week and can play at any spot giving the Chiefs versatility to put their best 5 out there.
The rest of the picks can be seen here.
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2020.02.03 11:04 robbers12345 My First ever 3 round Mock Draft No Trades with Explanations

Hey friends, I am a sad Niner fan who made this mock after we lost :(. This is my firs tever mock I'm sharing here so please give me some feedback. Be mean too I want to be better. Enjoy!
My takeaways from this draft:

Mock 1.0
  1. CIN: Joe Burrow (QB)- Yep. No explanation.
  2. WAS: Chase Young (DE)- Best Player in the draft IMO. Even if the skins get a good offer to trade down, I think they have to take Young so he can hurt the NFC East for years to come.
  3. DET: Jeffrey Okudah (CB)- I think they could do a few things here but with Patricia’s and Bob Quinn’s job on the line I think they go with the next best player. A true lockdown corner who can be the next Revis and he can try to save Patricia’s job
  4. NYG: Isaiah Simmons (LB)- Again I can see them going O-line or even Jeudy but overall I have them going with a true game changer who can help overhaul the awful defense of the giants.
  5. MIA: Tua Tagovailoa (QB)- Tank for Tua but the Dolphins pick at 5. I personally don't think they should move up at all in this draft as they have so many holes. With Tua falling to them he can sit and learn from the legend Fitzmagic and help take the crown in the AFC East.
  6. LAC: Justin Herbert (QB)- Whether Rivers stays or not I think this has to be the pick. A lot of people are down on Herbert but I think he can be very successful. With the right coaching he can battle with Mahomes for years to come.
  7. CAR: Derrick Brown (DT)- This team is not going to be good next year. Who knows what is going on with Cam and now with Keuchly gone the defense has issues. I think they go with the best defensive player left. With burns on the outside and Brown on the inside, the D-line is looking pretty good. Could also see them going O-line.
  8. ARZ: Jedrick Wills (OT)- I know a lot of fans want Jeudy here but I can't see Keim taking him here. They have Kirk, Fitz, and 3? Second year receivers. They have bigger holes and that O-line was not good. The amount of times I saw Kyler just sit down and take a sack as the pressure got to him makes me think Card have to go O-line. Personally I think Wills is the best tackle in the draft but could see them going any of the big 4.
  9. JAX: Jerry Jeudy (WR)- This team also has many holes but they can have Minshew throwing to only DJ Chark. They need a serious threat and Jeudy has the IT factor. Route running reminds me of AB and this will surely help the offense out.
  10. CLE: Tristan Wirfs (OT)- Browns needs O-Line and have their choice. I think they go Wirfs but could easily see Thomas. Can’t be having baker die when he drops back.
  11. NYJ: Andrew Thomas (OT)- Thomas who is still a great tackle falls into their lap. They also could go receiver or edge but they need to protect Darnold so he doesn’t see ghosts anymore.
  12. LVR: Ceedee Lamb (WR)- Las Vegas feels weird but they go with the next best receiver. Don’t really see them going anywhere else here and they needed help at the receiver position. This next year will be Carr’s make or break year.
  13. IND: Jordan Love (QB)- Felt like Indy had a chance in the beginning of the season and once Brisset came back from injury he looked awful. I don’t think hes the one to completely blame but this might be the best chance Indy has at taking a franchise QB and they get a guy who has a very high ceiling. He reminds me off Mahomes before he was drafted. With the right coaching I think Love can be very successful.
  14. TB: Mekhi Becton (OT)- I thought about this one for a long time. With the top QBs off the board they have to go to another position. Safety is a need and Delpit and McKinney is there. I think their entire D-line are FAs but they seriously need O-line help. Becton is a monster who has all the keys to be a franchise tackle. Hopefully he’s good at tackling though.
  15. DEN: Henry Ruggs (WR)- Dude might break the 40 yard dash record. He’s not only fast but a good route runner and has decent hands. This is close to the last step of a very dangerous Denver offense.
  16. ATL: K’Lavon Chaisson (DE)- He played pretty well in the championship game and god knows the Falcons need pressure. They had nearly a fifth of their sacks in one game. They have to go edge rusher and I think Chaisson barely edges out Epenesa.
  17. DAL: Xavier McKinney (S)- Honestly I’m not 100% sure what the cowboys need. When I look at their roster I think they should be a top 10 team but they aren’t. Secondary is a big need and I think McKinney will help the team with not only the pass defense but also the run D.
  18. MIA: AJ Epenesa (DE)- Dolphins have a great edge fall right into their lap. With the top tackles off the board I think they have to pull the trigger on AJ and go best available with a position of need.
  19. LVR: Kenneth Murray (LB)- Raiders defense was trash to say the least. They need a game changer at linebacker and honestly I think Murray has the tools to be that game changer but he may need a few years. Raiders go position of need and continue to put together an elite young roster.
  20. JAX: Javon Kinlaw (DT)- Thought about the Raiders taking Kinlaw but ended up going a different direction so now he falls into the laps of the Jags. They will most likely cut Dareus and Kinlaw has the potential to be a top 10 player in this draft. Josh allen, Campbell, yannick maybe? And Kinlaw makes the Jags D-line top 10 in the league easily.
  21. PHI: Tee Higgins (WR)- This one had me thinking for a long ass time. With Fulton still on the board Philly thinks about taking him but they have to get Wentz some weapons. They could also go Jefferson or Raegor who are a bit faster but with how bad their receivers are they take the best available and that's Higgins.
  22. BUF: Laviska Shenault Jr. (WR)- Get Josh Allen some more weapons. John Brown is a great deep threat but they need a big body who can do everything and Shenault is that guy. Dude is a beast and will be great with the Bills.
  23. NE: Yetur Gross-Matos (DE)- Doubt they go Tight end here. Offense was their biggest weakness but they were injury riddled and while their defense had little holes I think Matos will help the team more than a rookie tight end or another rookie receiver. They go best available that's not secondary.
  24. NO: Jalen Raegor (WR)- Another guy who has a chance to run a 4.2 and the saints showed they need another receIver. Raegor is a much better Ted Ginn who will make the defense respect the deep ball or else they’ll be sorry. SaInts don't need much but Jalen will help Brees and Michael Thomas as well.
  25. MIN: Trevon Diggs (CB): This makes too much sense. Brother of an active player on the team. Diggs may not be as good as Fulton but he just fits the Vikings and can replace Rhodes.
  26. MIA: Josh Jones (OT)- I love this draft for the Dolphins. They get an absolute beast at the tackle position who dominated at the senior bowl. Pretty simple pick for them.
  27. SEA: Terrell Lewis (DE)- The next 3-4 edge guys are all swappable to me but Seattle probably wont even pick here as they will most likely trade down but if they did pick the y need someone to be on the other side of Clowney and Lewis has all the tools to be a great edge rusher.
  28. BAL: Justin Jefferson (WR)- Another 1st round receiver?? Yes. They cant rely on willie Snead and Miles Boykin I’m sorry. This offense goes from great to greater. This will seriously help Lamar pass better as Jefferson who is a pretty good route runner.
  29. TEN: Curtis Weaver (DE)- Yall were so close. With Simmons and Landry they have a great young D-line but i'm not even sure who is on the other side of Landry. Weaver is a bit raw but shows flashes of greatness.
  30. GB: Brandon Ayiuk (WR)- Last ASU receiver to go round one didn’t play great this year but Ayiuk looks legit. Rodgers can't be throwing to Adams and a bunch of UDFA. Ayiuk is a great number 2 next to Adams and will make ridgers job easier.
  31. SF: Grant Delpit (S)- I'm sad :( but I am very excited Delpit falls to 31. Ward will most likely be gone and even if he stays there's a high chance hel;l be injured. HE was healthy this year but this is the first time in his career. Delpit fell off a bit this year but he still played great. Niners get a playmaker on an already stacked defensive.
  32. KC: Kristian Fulton (CB): Congrats chiefs, fuck yall :). Chiefs are a relatively complete team but their defense still has a few holes. Fuller wasn’t great but still good enough however they need a better number 2 and people had fulton as a rival to Okudah earl;ier this year. He didn’t play great down the stretch but still is a great player and will be an amazing addition to the Chiefs defense.
  33. CIN: Austin Jackson (OT)- With Jonah Williams coming back bengals can add Jackson to make a pretty decent O-line with the interior still needing some work but they get a decent prospect in Jackson.
  34. IND: KJ Hamler (WR)- TY is always dead and Pascal is an alright 3rd guy but they need someone else. Hamler is a great slot guy who will get open and get some serious YAC. Offense gets better with this pick.
  35. DET: Patrick Queen (LB)- First they go Corner then they go linebacker. Queen is a sideline to sideline guy who can be a serious game changer. Detroit gets some good run defense with this pick here.
  36. NYG: CJ Henderson (CB)- Florida corner yadda yadda yadda. Had a down year but I still think he can be good in the pros. Has the tools to be a great corner and the Giants have to replace Janoris.
  37. LAC: Lucas Niang (OT)- They cant let herbert die. Niang is very athletic and is very underrated IMO. He’ll be able to protect Herbert from Von, Clark, and Crosby.
  38. CAR: Lloyd Cushenberry III (IOL)- Panthers need IOL and cushenberry is a top 3 in the class. Panthers get a big need to protect Cam a bit more.
  39. MIA: Deandre Swift (RB)- First running back off the board at 39 and dolphins get a desperate need. I could have been running back last year and do the same the Laird did. Dolphins are getting spooky with this pick.
  40. ARZ: Neville Gallimore (DT)- A 1 tech that will be a serious help in the run stoppage and help this cardinals defense make the opposing QBs throw to Byron Murphy and Pat Pete.
  41. CLE: Ashtyn Davis (S)- 2 biggest needs are OT and S and browns got them both. Davis is a decent tackler and a bit raw but can fill the safety position in Cleveland.
  42. JAX: Prince Tega Wanogho (OT)- A high ceiling player who is still learning the position but the Jags need to protect Minshew so he can get it to Jeudy and Wanogho is the best OT on the board.
  43. CHI: Cesar Ruiz (IOL)- A pretty good blocker in space and can hopefully help things develop downfield so Trubisky can check it down ;).
  44. IND: Raekwon Davis (DL)- Not really sure where to put Davis on my big board. A bit disappointing this year but still has serious talent. Can move around the line and with some experience can be a serious problem for opposing offenses.
  45. TB: Jacob Eason (QB)- First QB of day 2 and Tampa hopefully gets their replacement of Jameis. Eason has a huge arm and Arians is salivating looking at him. Ok that was weird but Eason has some serious talent and really just needs consistency and ArIans can help him get it.
  46. DEN: Damon Arnette (CB)- Plays a lot of press and was on the other side of Okudah so he got a bit more attention but still a very good player who plays physical and will start on an already really good Broncos defense.
  47. ATL: Ross Blacklock (DT)- has a bit of an injury history but still has the tools and ability to be a great player. Top 3 interior D linemen in this draft and Atlanta continues to build their D-line.
  48. NYJ: Julian Okwara (DE)- Passes the eye test and has everything you want in an edge rusher but has very little production at Notre Dame. A little worrying but he looks like an edge rusher and the jets need it.
  49. PIT: Brycen Hopkins (TE)- First TE off the board goes to pitt. Mcdonald is aight but he is injured a lot and this would really just had another pair of reliable hands to the Steelers offense. With Big Ben back, Steelers are looking scary.
  50. CHI: Cole Kmet (TE)- Back to back tight ends here. I think the bears still try out Trubisky for another year so no QB and Kmet helps trubisky with another reliable target.
  51. DAL: Jeff Gladney (CB)- A really underrated prospect who has great IQ and plays man and zone both pretty good. Dallas sures up that secondary with the uncertainty of Byron.
  52. LAR: Isaiah Wilson (OT)- A raw prospect who can learn from Whitworth as he gets older. Not really sure where the RAms should gho with this pick as they are pretty well rounded but getting younger is always a positive.
  53. PHI: Noah Igbinoghene (CB)- sort of rocketed up big boards and deservedly so. Still a bit raw and learning but is better than anyone of the PHI secondary so its an improvement.
  54. BUF: Zack Baun (DE)- Reminds me a bit of Dee Ford as he is quick off the snap and explosive but that's really all he has. Still raw and can develop into a serious good player on a great Bills defense.
  55. ATL: AJ Terrell (CB)- Fell pretty far after getting hoed by Chase but he made some plays in the game as well. As good length but tends to get behind guys trying to catch up. Reminds me a bit of Akhello Witherspoon. Still Falcons get a good depth piece and a future starter.
  56. MIA: Robert Hunt (IOL)- CAn play either OT or inside but I think is suited better at guard. Has the body and is very aggressive. If he is able to learn discipline he’ll be a great lineman.
  57. HOU: Jonathon Taylor (RB)- Texans get an amazing running back to replace Hyde and with Lamar miller coming back they still need a work horse. A run game is huge and Taylor will help carry the load with Watson.
  58. MIN: Matt Hennessy (IOL)- Needs to get a bit bigger to be an interior linemen but still possesses good technique and will need to protect Kirk.
  59. SEA: Donovan People-Jones (WR)- Depending on if they re-sign Josh Gordon but if they dont they need a third receiver. DK is a beast and lockett as well but they need another weapon and could be a third down monster with good speed and strength.
  60. BAL: Jonathon Greenard (DE)- A decent rusher who plays the 3-4 linebacker role and will help the ravens in a need if Judon walks.
  61. TEN: Netane Muti (IOL)- Adding to the O-line the Muti is still raw but has good athletic ability and can lead to way for Henry.
  62. GB: Matthew Peart (OT)- Can play inside or as a tackle and still needs some coaching on his hand placement but can be a very good bench piece or a starter is Bulaga walks.
  63. SEA: Ben Bartch (OT)- Seattle drafting an o-linemen??? Crazy but with Brown getting older they need it. Athletic and still learning the position he will be a very good lineman learning from Duane.
  64. KC: JK Dobbins (RB)- WOW, Dobbins falls to the chiefs and he can be the Kareem hunt that was missed. Williams is ok but JK dobbins will be a game changer and make the top offense even better.
  65. CIN: Tyler Biadaz (IOL)- Fell pretty far and right to the Bengals. Top IOL who fell due to injuries but still a great player. Bengals can surely improve their O-line and offense will officially be spooky next year.
  66. WAS: Trey Adams (OT)- Skins are in a weird spot because they have so many needs and not a ton of picks. Their main need is to not kill Haskins however. Adams has some injury history but when healthy is a 1st round talent imo.
  67. DET: Joshua Uche (DE)- A smaller guy who plays in a 3-4 LB but will provide the terrible lions defense with a boost. Flowers wasn’t great but he played inside a bit more and was neutralized. Hopefully Uche will be able to take the pressure of flowers and get to the QB.
  68. NYJ: (Denzel Mims (WR)- I’m not sure who the jets have besides Robby and Crowder for DArnold to throw to but they need more. Mims has a great catch radius which will come in handy when Darnold is throwing. (I’m aUSC fan its ok :))
  69. CAR: Antoine Winfield jr. (S)- Nice. Reid is old and so is tre boston. Antoine falling this far is a huge bonus for the panthers. He's a playmaker and with Keuchly gone, Panthers need a playmaker.
  70. MIA: Bryce Hall (CB)- It was either between hall or anfernee jennings but overall I went with secondary as Xavien is good but they need a solid number 2. Great ball skills but not a lock down guy. Would help the Dolphins get smoke turnovers and reminds me a bit of Sherman.
  71. LAC: Jaylon Johnson (CB)- Hayward is still a top 7? Corner in the league and Desmond is a great slot guy but their other outside corner needs an upgrade. Is a good press guy who excels with a good D-line which the chargers have. Should be an upgrade for the chargers.
  72. ARZ: Troy Dye (LB)- Troy dye is my draft crush. Has the physical tools and shows promise but is so slow to figure out a play its weird. Needs to work on his football IQ and by being in an NFL film room, he’ll develop it and become a solid LB.
  73. JAX: Jordytn Brooks (LB)- Telvin smith being out has hurt the jags in a big way. Brooks is a bit on the smaller side but is still p[physical. Reminds me a lot of Telvin and the Jags hopefully get their replacement.
  74. CLE: Nick Harris (IOL)- Browns need a coach and that's really it, they have talent but cant get it done. O-line depth is always good and nick HArris a great depth piece to have. He has the markings of a starter i the right scheme and I can see him stealing a starting job.
  75. IND: Hunter Bryant (TE)- More weapons for the offense and with Ebron and Doyle FAs they should go TE. A poor man's Kelce but with the ability to be like him.
  76. TB: Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB)- Joes isn't it even though he's shown flashes. Clyde plays strong and seems to fall forwards. A lethal weapon for Arians’ offense.
  77. DEN: Saahdiq Charles (OT)- Can also play guard but Bolles is a hot butt and they will need to replace him and with some coaching Charles can be that guy.
  78. ATL: Cam Akers (RB)- Falcons should cut Freeman as he's expensive and not real;ly good anymore and if they do they cant be running with Ito Smith. Akers is going to be a great player and will be able to help run down the throats to open up the pass game for Matty Ice.
  79. NYJ: Shane Lemieux (IOL)- Need to protect Darnold and Shane played on a great Oregon line and is physically gifted. Can be a day 1 starter and with some experience can be a centerpiece on the Jets line.
  80. LVR: Jake Fromm (QB)- This is Carr's last chance and while Jake Fromm is very Raw and not exactly great, he’s better than Peterman and can push Carr to be better. Gruden can groom Fromm if he likes him enough and maybe take the reigns in Vegas.
  81. LVR: Cameron Dantzler (CB)- Again the Raiders defense hot butt and their main problem was their secondary. A developmental corner who can become a good number 2 guy.
  82. DAL: Justin Madubuike (IDL)- More work for the cowboys defense and this time its on the inside of the D-line. Biggest flaw is consistency and effort. Once he comes face to face with Jerry Jones he’ll get his head straight and play to his pro bowl potential.
  83. DEN: Malik Harrison (LB)- Keep adding to that defense. Linebacker isn't the biggest need for the broncos but with Harrison still there, its hard to pass up. Malik has a high motor and still needs to work on his coverage skills but can develop into a beast for the broncos.
  84. LAR: Anfernee Jennings (DE)- Donald and Fowler are not enough. Jennings fell a bit because of injury concerns but is still a quality player. Not super explosive but technical sound and will be able to contribute right away.
  85. PHI: Evan Weaver (LB)- Philly needs a linebacker and weaver is a tackling monster who plays downhill with a high motor. This fills a huge need with a quality player.
  86. BUF: Rashard Lawrence (IDL)- After drafting Ed Oliver they need a partner for him and Lawrence is that guy. A good gap shooter but needs help with pass rush moves. Can be a viable partner to oliver on the line.
  87. NE: Thaddeus Moss (TE)- ugh yeah I know. Patriots need a tight end and moss had a great year with burrow. Even though Moss was a bit of a one year wonder he shows good run blocking and will be a decent Gronk replacement.
  88. NO: Akeem Davis Gaither (LB)- A decent prospect who plays a bit like a safety but a position of need for the saints. High athleticism and can help the saints in the middle of the field.
  89. MIN: KJ Hill (WR)- When Theilen went down, the vikings looked lost. Diggs was getting quadruple teamed so they need a good 3rd guy. More of a slot guy but can make catches and gets away from the DB.
  90. CLE: Darrell Taylor (DE)- Good athlete but doesn't have great technique. Will be a good rotational player for the browns on their D-line.
  91. LVR: Gabriel Davis (WR)- Another receiver for the Raiders as they still need depth. The go to guy for UCF and plays strong. Lots of size on the raiders and he adds to that.
  92. BAL: Brandon Jones (S)- Earl showed his age a bit this year but he still played well. Jones will be a good depth piece that can start if need be. If he can learn from Thomas how to be a better ball hawk, dude will be a beast.
  93. TEN: Leki Fotu (IDL)- Add to the D-line with a good 1 tech guy. Still has a bit to learn but can be a starter in year 2.
  94. GB: Albert Okwuegbunam (TE)- With Graham most likely on his way out, lets replace him with a younger him. Albert was a TE1 last year but idk what happened. Has good jump ball ability but just not expensive enough. Still helps Rodgers.
  95. DEN: Solomon Kindley (IOL)- Could see him go earlier but he falls to Den who needs to fix their O-line. Kindley plays relatively stiff and loses his footing but still shows lots of promise.
  96. KC: Bradlee Anae (DE)- Pairs him up with Clark and anae is another one of my draft crushes. Has great technique but isn't super explosive. Still with experience he’ll be great.
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2020.01.31 00:13 RJ-Hamster Names Reveal Value and Meaning

Names Reveal Value and Meaning

📷Esther Fleece Allen18 hours ago
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For years, I didn’t really know the significance of the name that had been chosen for me. Similarly, I’m afraid we have lost the significance of naming in our culture today. Many of us don’t appreciate the power inherent in names that confer meaning and value.
That wasn’t true of those we meet in the biblical story. The vast majority of the time, the meaning of a name in the Bible was significant. Some names, like Uzziah (2 Chronicles 26), were a creedal statement: “Yahweh is my strength.” Other names, like Joshua, made a statement about God: “Yahweh is salvation.” Some names functioned as prophecy (Hosea 1:4-11), and some were familial or spoke to physical circumstances. Many biblical accounts explain the meaning of a person’s name, and those names were significant to who those individuals were or who they were to become.
In Jewish tradition, a child’s name was revealed in the same ceremony in which they were circumcised, a sign of the covenant. God’s ancient people knew that a good name is to be esteemed more than silver or gold (Proverbs 22:1).
One of my best friends, Sally, named her son Cross. To this day, it is one of my favorite boy names. Sally knows the value of the cross and the price Jesus paid for us through His death and resurrection. As a mom with the power and authority to name, she chose the name Cross so that her son’s name would speak of the most important event in human history. Cross’s name is an example of how a name can carry weight and meaning.
Maybe you weren’t assigned an awesome name like Cross’s at your birth but were given a pretty remarkable and meaningful name when you became God’s child.
When we become followers of Christ, God makes each one of us a new creation (2 Corinthians 5:17). He has made us to be ministers of a new covenant (2 Corinthians 3:6). Often this newness is evident in our lives. We are empowered to pursue new life in Christ. He helps us clean up our language and make it new. God cleans up our hearts and makes them new. In many areas — from relationships to the ways we use money — we release the old way of doing things and embrace a new way. We understand what it means to be made into new people, but rarely do we pay attention to our new name.
Did you know that all of us who are in Christ have been given a new name?
When we become a Christian, we immediately bear Christ’s name. Luke teaches that “the disciples were called Christians first at Antioch” (Acts 11:26). Later in the first century, Christians were called followers of “the Way” (Acts 9:2).
The word often translated “new” in the New Testament is the Greek word kainos, and it means “new and fresh.” HELPS Word-studies tells us that kainos means “fresh in development or opportunity — because ‘not found exactly like this before.’”1 Some of us hear that when we are in Christ, we become new creations (2 Corinthians 5:17), or we look forward to the new bodies we will get in Heaven (2 Corinthians 5:2). Or we are familiar with the term “new covenant” (Jeremiah 31:31; Hebrews 8:13; Hebrews 9:15; Luke 22:20), found in both the Old and New Testaments. But why isn’t anyone talking about our new name?
When we know our new name, we are remade as we live into the power of that name, and we’re no longer identified by the circumstances we’ve come from. We are made new as we’re reidentified by our relationship to God, and along with that comes a new name.
While a label can group us with other people, an individual name sets us apart. There may be fifteen hundred or fifteen thousand people who work at your company or organization, but your name badge, your email address, and your paycheck confirm that you are you. While you may share a name with others, your name is part of who you are and makes you distinct.
Many of us have incorrectly taken on labels as our names. Maybe we have been labeled a “loser” or a “dropout” or “un- employed.” Maybe we’ve labeled ourselves “unattractive” or “over- weight” or “undesirable.” But God doesn’t settle for labels that limit. Instead, He gives us names that call us into a new identity that He has crafted just for us — names with meanings and names that speak to who we will become. God sees us individually, has good plans for us individually, and wants us to have a distinct name, purpose, and calling. I wonder if mislabeling yourself has prevented you from knowing your new name.
What is most true about us is that when we become Christ followers, we take on the new name of “Son” or “Daughter.” God planned our adoption as sons and daughters through Jesus Christ, and it was His pleasure and will to do so (Ephesians 1:5). This means that if you are a follower of Jesus, you are a child of God with a new name. To all of us who receive God, and to those of us who believe in His name, He gives the right to become children of God (John 1:12). Previously I was an orphan, but now I have the name of “Adopted.” I exchanged the label “orphan” for the new name of “Daughter,” and it has made a world of difference.
It takes time to learn to live out of our new names, and there are more names for us than “Son” or “Daughter.” Some followers of God in the Bible were renamed completely — Abram to Abraham, Sarai to Sarah, Jacob to Israel. A few of us may receive a new name in that way, and we’ll take a look at their stories throughout the book. Others of us may keep our physical name while receiving a new spiritual name that empowers us to live the life God has for us to live.
Some of us will be renamed according to who God is calling us to become. Some folks in the Bible were being called to live into their new identities as followers of Jesus. Men like Andrew, James, and John received not a new physical name but a new identity when they were called away from fishing for fish to fishing for people (Matthew 4:19). Others — like Simon, whose name became Peter — received a new name. What is consistent is that after they met Jesus, they were known as “Fishers of People,” and this spiritual name changed how they lived here on earth.
Beyond the shared names that God gives to everyone in His family and the names we get when we partner in the mission of God, God also gives names that are unique to our personal circumstances.
God assigns us new names to replace the old labels we once wore. To the one who was called ugly, God gives the name “Beauty.” To the one who was ignored, He gives the name “Seen and Heard.” To the one who was rejected, God gives the name “Chosen.” To the one who was a victim, He gives the name “Overcomer.”
How about you? What were you before you met Christ? Were you a rebel? Were you mistreated? Were you suffering? Were you forgotten? What labels have limited your life? What false names assigned by others have held you back?
If you don’t know yet, that’s okay. I’ve prayed that you will discover any new name that God has for you as you read and finish this book. There’s no pressure on you, because this new name is given, not earned. Your new name has value, even before you recognize or become aware of it, because of the One who gives it to you. So relax. You can receive a new name from God in a variety of ways you’ll discover in these pages.
God’s name for you is not some elusive secret that only “super” Christians figure out in this life. No, God’s name for you is the truest thing about you. It is core to your very identity. Your name may be several names that God speaks throughout Scripture. Knowing your new name makes it personal to you.
For every label that limits you, God speaks your true name.
Maybe you’ve been told you’re shy or introverted, and this has made you unhappy about the way you engage with others. God may want to encourage you that the way He has wired you is not a mistake. Maybe you’ve felt chained by your past, but God wants to name you “Free Indeed.” Or maybe you’ve struggled to feel like you belong. God may want to name you His “Beloved Child” and affirm to you that the applause of others is not an indication of His pleasure with you.
Learning our new names isn’t always about receiving a divine word through some mystical experience; rather it more often than not is about learning to trust the voice of God that has been speaking over our lives all along.
And I want you to hear that these names are for every child of God. Perhaps you feel like you don’t deserve a new name because you haven’t walked perfectly with God, but that is not God’s voice. God is constantly in the business of making us new. We will be called many names here on earth, but it’s important to reflect on whose voice we are listening to. Have you taken time to listen to what God says about you?
There are many labels in life that limit us — labels assigned to us by our circumstances, our past, our deficiencies, the things others say about us, the backgrounds we come from, and the lies we believe. We’ll look at many of these labels throughout the book to help you identify what you are not, because no matter who you are or what kind of life you’ve lived, God has a new name for you.
You may be seventy or even eighty years old and feel like you’ve missed the opportunity to be renamed. Not so. God is always wanting to do a new and fresh thing inside us, and it’s never too late for a new identity or a new name in God. New names and words are available to us as God’s children — at any and every point in our walk with Christ — and we can know them, access them, and live out of them.

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  1. Kainos,” HELPS Word-studies, https://bibleapps.com/greek/2537 .htm.
Excerpted with permission from Your New Name by Esther Fleece Allen, copyright Esther Fleece Allen.
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Are you held back by false labels others put on you? Did people speak over you in ways that you felt stamped a name on you and defined you? What does God say about you instead? Come share with us on our blog. We want to hear from you! ~ Laurie McClure, Faith.Full
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  108. Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 3rd edition: Clark Spencer Larsen
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  112. Human Anatomy & Physiology, 9th/10th edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
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  114. Hydrology and Hydraulic Systems, 4th edition: Ram Gupta
  115. Between One and Many: The Art and Science of Public Speaking, 7th edition: Steven R. Brydon & Michael D Scott
  116. Logic: The Essentials: Patrick J. Hurley
  117. Gardner's Art Through the Ages: A Global History, Volume I, 14th edition: Fred S Kleiner
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  119. Chemistry: Structure and Properties, 2nd edition: Nivaldo J. Tro
  120. Introduction to Physical Education, Exercise Science, and Sport (B&B Physical Education),10th Edition: Angela Lumpkin
  121. Principles of Macroeconomics, 7th edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  122. American Government, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition: Karen J. O'Connor & Larry J. Sabato & Alixandra B. Yanus
  123. Nutrition: Science and Applications, 4th Edition: Lori A. Smolin & Mary B. Grosvenor
  124. Experiential Approach to Organization Development, 8th edition: Brown, Donald R
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  126. The Creative Spirit: An Introduction to Theatre, 6th edition: Stephanie Arnold
  127. The Philosopher's Way, 5th edition: John Chaffee
  128. Problem Solving with C++, 9th edition: Walter Savitch
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  130. The Physics of Everyday Phenomena, Eighth Edition: W. Thomas Griffith & Juliet W. Brosing
  131. Precalculus, 6th edition: Margaret L. Lial & John Hornsby & David I. Schneider & Callie J. Daniels
  132. Starting Out with Programming Logic & Design, Fourth Edition: Tony Gaddis
  133. MKTG11, 11th Edition: Charles W. Lamb & Joe F. Hair & Carl McDaniel
  134. The Business Writer's Companion, 8th edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw & Walter E. Oliu
  135. America: A Concise History, Volume 2, 6th edition: James Henretta
  136. Macroeconomics, 10th Edition: David C. Colander
  137. Psychology, 11th edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  138. American Education: A History, 5th edition: Jennings L. Wagoner Jr. & Wayne J. Urban
  139. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5th edition-Vol 1: Eric Foner
  140. Anthropology: The Human Challenge, 15th edition: William A. Haviland & Harald E. L. Prins & Dana Walrath & Bunny McBride
  141. Lifespan Development, 7th edition: Denise Boyd & Helen Bee
  142. Essentials of Database Management: Jeffrey A. Hoffer & Heikki Topi & Venkataraman Ramesh
  143. GOVT8 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 8th edition: Edward Sidlow & Beth Henschen
  144. Horngren's Accounting: The Managerial Chapters (11th Edition): Tracie L. Miller-Nobles & Brenda L. Mattison & Ella Mae Matsumura
  145. Introducing Comparative Politics: Concepts and Cases in Context, 3rd edition: Stephen Orvis & Carol Ann Drogus
  146. Experience Psychology, 3rd Edition: Laura A. King
  147. Real Communication: An Introduction, 3rd Edition: Dan O’Hair & Mary Wiemann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  148. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 9th edition: Raymond A. Serway & John W. Jewett
  149. The Real World: An Introduction to Sociology, 5th Edition: Kerry Ferris & Jill Stein
  150. Biological Science, 6th edition: Scott Freeman & Kim Quillin & Lizabeth Allison & Michael Black & Emily Taylor & Greg Podgorski & Jeff Carmichael
  151. Communication: Embracing Difference, 4th edition: Daniel M. Dunn & Lisa J. Goodnight
  152. A Sequence for Academic Writing, 7th edition: Laurence Behrens & Leonard Rosen
  153. Guide to Operating Systems, 5th edition: Greg Tomsho
  154. THiNK, 4th Edition: Judith Boss
  155. Principles of Economics, 8th edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  156. Shelly Cashman Series Discovering Computers & Microsoft Office 365 & Office 2016: A Fundamental Combined Approach: Jennifer T. Campbell
  157. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature Of Matter And Change, Eighth Edition: Martin S. Silberberg, Patricia G. Amateis
  158. Cultural Diversity: A Primer for the Human Services, 5th edition: Jerry V. Diller
  159. Social Psychology, 10th edition: Saul Kassin
  160. Our Sexuality, 13th edition: Robert Crooks & Karla Baur
  161. Professional Nursing Concepts: Competencies for Quality Leadership, 3rd Edition: Finkelman, Anita & Kenner, Carole
  162. Maternity and Pediatric Nursing, 3rd Edition: Kyle, Theresa & Ricci, Susan & Carman, Susan
  163. Psychology, 4th edition: Schacter, Daniel L. & Gilbert, Daniel T. & Nock, Matthew K. & Wegner, Daniel M.
  164. 21st Century Astronomy, 5th edition: Laura Kay, Stacy Palen & George Blumenthal
  165. Calculus, 11th edition: Ron Larson
  166. Surface Water-Quality Monitoring: Steven C. Chapra
  167. Pearson's Federal Taxation 2018, Comprehensive: Thomas R. Pope
  168. Strategic Management and Business Policy: Globalization, Innovation and Sustainability, 15th edition: Thomas L. Wheelen
  169. Bankruptcy Law and Practice: Grace A. Luppino J.D
  170. Family Law for the Paralegal, 3rd edition: Mary E. Wilson
  171. Successful Writing at Work, 10th edition: Philip C. Kolin
  172. Real Communication: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Dan O'Hair & Mary Wiemann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  173. Intimate Relationships, 7th Edition: Rowland Miller
  174. Software Engineering, 10th edition: Ian Sommerville
  175. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics, Structure, and Change, 10th edition: Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula
  176. Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Applications (11th Edition): Geoffrey E. Mills & L. R. Gay
  177. At a Glance: Writing Essays and Beyond, 6th edition: Lee Brandon
  178. Delmar’s Standard Textbook of Electricity, 6th edition: Stephen L. Herman
  179. Psychology, 5th edition: Saundra K. Ciccarelli
  180. Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 15th Edition: Michael T. Madigan, Kelly S. Bender, Daniel H. Buckley, W. Matthew Sattley, David A. Stahl
  181. The Little Seagull Handbook, 3rd Edition: Richard Bullock, Michal Brody & Francine Weinberg
  182. STAT 2: Building Models for a World of Data: Ann R. Cannon
  183. Interplay-The Process of Interpersonal Communication, 13th edition: Ronald Adler
  184. SELL 5 (New, Engaging Titles From 4LTR Press), 5th edition: Thomas N. Ingram & Raymond (buddy) W. Laforge & Ramon A. Avila & Charles H. Schwepker & Michael R. Williams
  185. Marketing Channels, 8th edition: Bert Rosenbloom
  186. The Changing Earth: Exploring Geology and Evolution, 7th Edition: James S. Monroe & Reed Wicander
  187. Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models, 3rd edition: John Fox
  188. Development Economics: Debraj Ray
  189. Organic Chemistry, 9th edition: Leroy G. Wade
  190. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, 9th edition: Jan A. Pechenik
  191. DSP First, 2nd Edition: McClellan, Schafer & Yoder
  192. Epidemiology, 5th Edition: Leon Gordis
  193. Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, 7th Edition: Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
  194. Essentials of Sociology 12th edition: James M. Henslin
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  196. Public Policy: Politics, Analysis, and Alternatives, 6th edition: Michael E. Kraft & Scott R. Furlong
  197. Financial Management: Principles and Applications (12th Edition): Sheridan Titman & Arthur J. Keown
  198. Animal Physiology, 4th Edition: Richard W. Hill
  199. Microbiology with Diseases by Taxonomy (5th Edition): Robert W. Bauman
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  202. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 11th edition: Howard Anton, Irl Bivens & Stephen Davis
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  206. Contemporary Logistics, 12th edition: Paul R. Murphy & A. Michael Knemeyer
  207. Personal Finance, 13th edition: E. Thomas Garman
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  210. New Products Management, 11th Edition: Merle Crawford & Anthony Di Benedetto
  211. A World of Ideas, 10th Edition: Lee A. Jacobus
  212. Industrial Automated Systems: Instrumentation and Motion Control: Terry L.M. Bartelt
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  215. Technical Communication, 14th Edition: John M. Lannon
  216. Electronics Fundamentals: A Systems Approach: Thomas L. Floyd & David M. Buchla
  217. Discrete-Event System Simulation, 5th edition: Jerry Banks & John S. Carson & Barry L. Nelson & David M. Nicol
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  219. Social Welfare Policy and Advocacy: Advancing Social Justice through 8 Policy Sectors: Bruce S. Jansson
  220. Foundations of Astronomy, 12th edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana Backman
  221. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: Volume: 1 (Concise Edition): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  222. The Art of Public Speaking, 12th Edition: Stephen E. Lucas
  223. Genetic Essentials: Concepts and Conncections, 3rd edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
  224. Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients: Complete Dentures and Implant-Supported Prostheses, 13th edition: George A. Zarb & John Hobkirk & Steven Eckert & Rhonda Jacob
  225. Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 9th edition: Robert Jurmain & Lynn Kilgore & Wenda Trevathan
  226. The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings and Handbook with 2016 MLA Update: Richard Bullock, Maureen Daly Goggin & Francine Weinberg
  227. Biochemistry: Concepts and Connections: Dean R. Appling & Spencer J. Anthony-Cahill
  228. The Basic Practice of Statistics, 7th edition: David S. Moore & William I. Notz & Michael A. Fligner
  229. Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd edition: GEORGE YOUNG and William Hopwood
  230. Macroeconomics, 4th edition: Charles I. Jones
  231. Web Development and Design Foundations with HTML5, 8th edition: Terry Ann Felke-Morris, Ed.D
  232. Invitation to Public Speaking - National Geographic Edition, 5th Edition: Cindy L. Griffin
  233. Marketing: the Core, 6th edition: Roger A. Kerin, Steven W. Hartley
  234. Development: Infancy Through Adolescence: Laurence Steinberg and Deborah Lowe Vandell
  235. Sports Economics: Roger D. Blair
  236. Quick & Easy Medical Terminology, 8th edition: Peggy C. Leonard
  237. Legal Research and Writing for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 8th edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  238. Evidence for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 5th edition: Joelyn D. Marlowe
  239. Criminal Law, 12th edition: Joel Samaha
  240. Natural Resource Economics: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Barry C. Field
  241. Learning with LabVIEW, 1st Edition: Robert H. Bishop
  242. Methods in Behavioral Research, 12th edition: Paul C. Cozby & Scott C. Bates
  243. Contemporary Human Behavior Theory: A Critical Perspective for Social Work , 3rd edition: Susan P. Robbins
  244. Managerial Accounting for Managers, 4th edition: Eric Noreen
  245. Basic Marketing Research: Using Microsoft Excel Data Analysis, 3rd Edition: Alvin Burns & Ronald Bush
  246. Dosage Calculations Made Incredibly Easy! (Incredibly Easy! Series®), 5th edition: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  247. Fundamentals of Financial Management, 14th edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Joel F. Houston
  248. Global Issues: Politics, Economics, and Culture, 5th edition: Richard J. Payne
  249. FOCUS on Community College Success, 4th edition: Constance Staley
  250. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2, 7th edition: James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  251. The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, 11th Edition: Frederic S. Mishkin
  252. Management, 14th edition: Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter & Joseph J. Martocchio & Lori K. Long
  253. Organizational Behavior, 17th edition: Stephen P. Robbins
  254. Race and Ethnicity: The United States and the World (2nd Edition): Scupin, Raymond, Ph.D
  255. Entrepreneurial Small Business, 5th edition: Jerome A. Katz & Richard P. Green II
  256. Teaching Discipline-Specific Literacies in Grades 6-12: Preparing Students for College, Career, and Workforce Demands: Vicky I. Zygouris-Coe
  257. Human Development A Cultural Approach (2nd Edition): Jeffrey J. Arnett
  258. Listening to Music, 8th edition: Craig Wright
  259. Work in the 21st Century, 5th edition: Frank J. Landy
  260. Principles of Microeconomics, 8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  261. Strategic Management: Text and Cases (Irwin Management), 8th Edition: Gregory G Dess Dr. and Gerry McNamara
  262. Essentials of Sociology, 2nd edition: George Ritzer
  263. Introduction to Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary Readings, 7th Edition: John Perry & Michael Bratman
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  268. Administration of Wills, Trusts and Estates, 5th edition: Gordon Brown & Scott Myers
  269. Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years (Early Childhood Education Series): Judy Harris Helm & Lilian G. Katz
  270. Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 8th Edition: Halliday & Resnick & Walker
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  272. College Algebra, 6th edition: Mark Dugopolski
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  274. Society: The Basics, 14th Edition: John J Macionis
  275. M: Marketing, 5th Edition: Dhruv Grewal, Michael Levy
  276. Mass Media and American Politics, 10th edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. Dunaway
  277. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  278. Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2018 E-Book: 5 Books in 1 (Ferri's Medical Solutions): Fred F. Ferri
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  282. Mcknight's Physical Geography: A Landscape Appreciation, 12th edition: Darrel Hess & Dennis Tasa
  283. Intermediate Algebra, 12th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger
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  285. Moral Issues in Business, 13th edition: William H. Shaw
  286. Marketing 2016, 18th edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
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  288. Fundamentals of Cost Accounting, 5th edition: William N. Lanen, Shannon W. Anderson, Michael W. Maher
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  291. Community/Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Populations, 6th Edition: Mary A. Nies & Melanie McEwen
  292. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart, 4th Edition, Volume One: Robert Tignor
  293. Microeconomics: Theory & Applications, 12th edition: Edgar K. Browning
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  295. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 11th edition: Ross & Westerfield & Jordan
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  297. Worlds Together Worlds Apart, 4th Edition , Volume Two: Robert Tignor & Jeremy Adelman
  298. Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Concepts, Applications, and Skills, 11th edition: Andrew J. DuBrin
  299. The Bedford Guide for Writing Tutors, 6th edition: Leigh Ryan & Lisa Zimmerelli
  300. Reason and Responsibility: Readings in Some Basic Problems of Philosophy, 16th edition: Joel Feinberg & Russ Shafer-Landau
  301. Environment and You, The (2nd Edition): Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege
  302. Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik, 6th edition: Jamie Rankin & Larry Wells
  303. Essentials of Marketing: A Marketing Strategy Planning Approach, 14th edition: William D. Perreault & Jr. & Joseph P. Cannon & E. Jerome McCarthy
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  305. Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling (5th Edition): James R. Evans
  306. Keeping the Republic: Power and Citizenship in American Politics, 8th edition: Christine Barbour & Gerald Wright
  307. Big Ideas of Early Mathematics: What Teachers of Young Children Need to Know: The Early Math Collaborative- E
  308. Bailey's Research for the Health Professional, 3rd edition: Diana Bailey & Angela Hissong
  309. Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 7th edition: John W. Satzinger, Robert B. Jackson & Stephen D. Burd
  310. Survey of Operating Systems, 5th edition: Jane Holcombe
  311. Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents, 7th edition: Jane Case-Smith & Jane Clifford O'Brien
  312. McGraw Hill Taxation of Business Entities, 2018 Edition: SPILKER & AYERS & BARRICK & OUTSLAY & ROBINSON & WEAVER & WORSHAM
  313. Accounting Controls Guidebook: Third Edition: A Practical Guide: Steven Bragg
  314. The African-American Odyssey: Volume 2 (6th Edition): Darlene Clark Hine
  315. Exploring Psychology in Modules, 10th edition: David Myers & Nathan Dewall
  316. The Human Body in Health and Illness, 5th edition: Barbara Herlihy
  317. CPHQ Exam Secrets Study Guide: CPHQ Test Review for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Exam: CPHQ Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  318. CPHQ Exam Practice Questions (First Set): CPHQ Practice Tests & Review for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Exam: CPHQ Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
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  320. Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics: Using Microsoft Excel 2016, 4th Edition: Neil J. Salkind
  321. Tort Law: Text and Materials, 5th edition: Mark Lunney & Ken Oliphant
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  323. Microbe, 2nd edition: Michele Swanson, Gemma Reguera, Moselio Schaechter & Frederick Neidhardt
  324. An Introduction to Modern Welfare Economics: Per-Olov Johansson
  325. Human Sexuality, 4th Edition: Roger R. Hock
  326. The Practical Skeptic: Core Concepts in Sociology, 6th Edition: Lisa J. McIntyre
  327. THINK Psychology, Second Canadian Edition: Abigail A. Baird & Anjanie McCarthy
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  329. Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry, 4th Edition: Jerry R. Mohrig & David Alberg & Gretchen Hofmeister & Christine Hammond
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  331. Essentials of Meteorology: An Invitation to the Atmosphere, 7th edition: C. Donald Ahrens
  332. St. Martin's Guide to Writing Short Edition with 2016 MLA Update, 11th Edition: Rise B. Axelrod & Charles R. Cooper
  333. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 12th edition: Elaine N. Marieb, Suzanne M. Keller
  334. Intermediate Algebra for College Students, 7th Edition: Robert F. Blitzer
  335. Manual of Structural Kinesiology, 19th Edition: R.T. Floyd
  336. California: The Politics of Diversity, 8th edition: David G. Lawrence
  337. American Government and Politics Today: 2017-2018 Edition, 18th edition: Lynne E. Ford
  338. Business Essentials (11th Edition): Ronald J. Ebert & Ricky W. Griffin
  339. Music: An Appreciation, Brief Edition (B&B Music), 9th Edition: Roger Kamien
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  341. Classics of Western Philosophy (Eighth Edition): Steven M. Cahn
  342. International Business, 1st Edition: J. Michael Geringer, Jeanne M. McNett, Michael S. Minor, Donald A. Ball
  343. Texas Politics Today: 2017-2018 Edition, 18th edition: Mark Jones
  344. The Film Experience: An Introduction, 4th Edition: Timothy Corrigan & Patricia White
  345. Adobe® Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud™: Comprehensive: Corinne L. Hoisington & Jessica L. Minnick
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  58. E-Commerce 2016: Business, Technology, Society, 12th edition: Kenneth C. Laudon & Carol Traver
  59. Calculus: Early Transcendental Functions, 6th edition: Ron Larson & Bruce H. Edwards
  60. Diversity Consciousness: Opening Our Minds to People, Cultures, and Opportunities, 4th edition: Richard D. Bucher
  61. MCSA Guide to Administering Microsoft Windows Server 2012/R2, Exam 70-411: Greg Tomsho
  62. Your Office: Microsoft Excel 2016 Comprehensive (Your Office for Office 2016 Series): Amy S. Kinser & Kristyn Jacobson & Eric Kinser & Brant Paige Moriarity
  63. Principles of Macroeconomics (Second Edition): Lee Coppock & Dirk Mateer
  64. Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal Expert Consult: 2-Volume Set, 2nd edition: Spencer A. Johnston
  65. College Algebra, 7th edition: Robert F. Blitzer
  66. Certified Paralegal Review Manual: A Practical Guide to CP Exam Preparation, 4th edition: Virginia Koerselman Newman
  67. American Government: Power and Purpose (Fourteenth Core Edition): Stephen Ansolabehere & Benjamin Ginsberg & Theodore J. Lowi & Kenneth A. Shepsle
  68. Numerical Analysis, 10th edition: Richard L. Burden & J. Douglas Faires & Annette M. Burden
  69. The Mechanical Design Process, 5th edition: David G. Ullman
  70. Diversity Amid Globalization: World Regions, Environment, Development, 6th edition: Rowntree,Lewis, Price & Wyckoff
  71. The Old Testament Story (9th Edition): John Tullock
  72. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 3rd edition: Jon Rogawski & Colin Adams
  73. Differential Diagnosis of Common Complaints, 6th edition: Robert H. Seller & Andrew B. Symons
  74. The Litigation Paralegal: A Systems Approach, 6th edition: James W. H. McCord & Pamela Tepper
  75. Ethical Problems in the Practice of Law (Aspen Casebook), 4th edition: Lisa G. Lerman & Philip G. Schrag
  76. Principles of Auditing & Other Assurance Services, 20th edition: O. Ray Whittington, Kurt Pany
  77. Language Disorders from Infancy Through Adolescence, 4th edition: Listening, Speaking, Reading, Writing, and Communicating: Rhea Paul & Courtenay Norbury
  78. Organisational Behaviour Core Concepts and Applications, 4th Australasian Edition: Wood, Jack; Zeffane, Rachid M.; Fromholtz, Michele
  79. Essentials of Corporate Finance, 9th Edition: Stephen A. Ross, Randolph W. Westerfield, Bradford D. Jordan
  80. Development of Children, 7th edition: Cynthia Lightfoot
  81. Asian Art: Marika Sardar & Dorinda Neave & Lara C. W. Blanchard
  82. Macroeconomics (6th Edition): R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony P. O'Brien
  83. Electron Flow in Organic Chemistry: A Decision-Based Guide to Organic Mechanisms (2nd Edition): Scudder, Paul H.(Author)
  84. Biochemistry, 1st edition: Roger L. Miesfeld & Megan M. McEvoy
  85. Stress Management for Life: A Research-Based Experiential Approach, 4th edition: Michael Olpin & Margie Hesson
  86. Engineering Fundamentals: An Introduction to Engineering, 5th edition: Saeed Moaveni
  87. Articulation and Phonological Disorders: Speech Sound Disorders in Children (8th Edition): John E. Bernthal & Nicholas W. Bankson & Peter Flipsen Jr.
  88. Communication in a Civil Society: Shelley D. Lane & Ruth Anne Abigail & John Gooch
  89. The Immune System, 4th Edition: Peter Parham
  90. Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists, 4th edition: Anthony J. Hayter
  91. Social Psychology: The Science of Everyday Life: Jeff Greenberg & Toni Schmader & Jamie Arndt & Mark Landau
  92. Foundations in Microbiology, 9th edition: Talaro
  93. Business Analysis and Valuation: Using Financial Statements, 5th edition: Krishna Palepu & Paul Healy
  94. Introductory Chemistry, 8th Edition: Steven S. Zumdahl & Donald J. Decoste
  95. Single Variable Calculus: Concepts and Contexts, 4th Edition: James Stewart
  96. Foundations of Education, Third Edition: Volume I: History and Theory of Teaching Children and Youths with Visual Impairments: Various
  97. Campbell Essential Biology with Physiology, 5th Global Edition: Eric J. Simon & Jean L. Dickey & Jane B. Reece & Kelly A. Hogan
  98. Mastering the World of Psychology, 5th edition: Ellen Green Wood & Samuel E. Wood & Denise Boyd
  99. Business Data Networks and Security (10th Edition): Raymond R. Panko & Julia L. Panko
  100. America's History, Volume I: To 1877, 8th edition: James A. Henretta & Eric Hinderaker & Rebecca Edwards & Robert O. Self
  101. Investigating Social Problems: A. Javier Trevino
  102. Tropical Ecosystems and Ecological Concepts, 2nd edition: Patrick Osborne
  103. Read, Reason, Write, 11 Edition: Dorothy Seyler
  104. MGMT (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press) 10th Edition: Chuck Williams
  105. MLA Handbook, 8th edition: The Modern Language Association of America
  106. The Game Design Reader: A Rules of Play Anthology (MIT Press): Katie Salen Tekinba & Eric Zimmerman
  107. American Politics Today, 5th Core edition: William T. Bianco & David T. Canon
  108. Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 3rd edition: Clark Spencer Larsen
  109. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition: Patrick S. Bresnan
  110. Discovering Computers ©2016 (Shelly Cashman Series): Misty E. Vermaat & Susan L. Sebok & Steven M. Freund & Jennifer T. Campbell & Mark Frydenberg
  111. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance (4th Edition): Jonathan Berk & Peter Demarzo & Jarrad Harford
  112. Human Anatomy & Physiology, 9th/10th edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Katja N. Hoehn
  113. Structural Analysis (9th Edition): Russell C. Hibbeler
  114. Hydrology and Hydraulic Systems, 4th edition: Ram Gupta
  115. Between One and Many: The Art and Science of Public Speaking, 7th edition: Steven R. Brydon & Michael D Scott
  116. Logic: The Essentials: Patrick J. Hurley
  117. Gardner's Art Through the Ages: A Global History, Volume I, 14th edition: Fred S Kleiner
  118. Paralegal Professional: The Essentials, 5th edition: Thomas F. Goldman & Henry R. Cheeseman
  119. Chemistry: Structure and Properties, 2nd edition: Nivaldo J. Tro
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  121. Principles of Macroeconomics, 7th edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  122. American Government, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition: Karen J. O'Connor & Larry J. Sabato & Alixandra B. Yanus
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  135. America: A Concise History, Volume 2, 6th edition: James Henretta
  136. Macroeconomics, 10th Edition: David C. Colander
  137. Psychology, 11th edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  138. American Education: A History, 5th edition: Jennings L. Wagoner Jr. & Wayne J. Urban
  139. Give Me Liberty! An American History, Seagull 5th edition-Vol 1: Eric Foner
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  143. GOVT8 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 8th edition: Edward Sidlow & Beth Henschen
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  146. Experience Psychology, 3rd Edition: Laura A. King
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  148. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, 9th edition: Raymond A. Serway & John W. Jewett
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  152. A Sequence for Academic Writing, 7th edition: Laurence Behrens & Leonard Rosen
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  157. Chemistry: The Molecular Nature Of Matter And Change, Eighth Edition: Martin S. Silberberg, Patricia G. Amateis
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  165. Calculus, 11th edition: Ron Larson
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  167. Pearson's Federal Taxation 2018, Comprehensive: Thomas R. Pope
  168. Strategic Management and Business Policy: Globalization, Innovation and Sustainability, 15th edition: Thomas L. Wheelen
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  171. Successful Writing at Work, 10th edition: Philip C. Kolin
  172. Real Communication: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Dan O'Hair & Mary Wiemann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  173. Intimate Relationships, 7th Edition: Rowland Miller
  174. Software Engineering, 10th edition: Ian Sommerville
  175. Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics, Structure, and Change, 10th edition: Peter Atkins & Julio de Paula
  176. Educational Research: Competencies for Analysis and Applications (11th Edition): Geoffrey E. Mills & L. R. Gay
  177. At a Glance: Writing Essays and Beyond, 6th edition: Lee Brandon
  178. Delmar’s Standard Textbook of Electricity, 6th edition: Stephen L. Herman
  179. Psychology, 5th edition: Saundra K. Ciccarelli
  180. Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 15th Edition: Michael T. Madigan, Kelly S. Bender, Daniel H. Buckley, W. Matthew Sattley, David A. Stahl
  181. The Little Seagull Handbook, 3rd Edition: Richard Bullock, Michal Brody & Francine Weinberg
  182. STAT 2: Building Models for a World of Data: Ann R. Cannon
  183. Interplay-The Process of Interpersonal Communication, 13th edition: Ronald Adler
  184. SELL 5 (New, Engaging Titles From 4LTR Press), 5th edition: Thomas N. Ingram & Raymond (buddy) W. Laforge & Ramon A. Avila & Charles H. Schwepker & Michael R. Williams
  185. Marketing Channels, 8th edition: Bert Rosenbloom
  186. The Changing Earth: Exploring Geology and Evolution, 7th Edition: James S. Monroe & Reed Wicander
  187. Applied Regression Analysis and Generalized Linear Models, 3rd edition: John Fox
  188. Development Economics: Debraj Ray
  189. Organic Chemistry, 9th edition: Leroy G. Wade
  190. A Short Guide to Writing about Biology, 9th edition: Jan A. Pechenik
  191. DSP First, 2nd Edition: McClellan, Schafer & Yoder
  192. Epidemiology, 5th Edition: Leon Gordis
  193. Human Physiology: An Integrated Approach, 7th Edition: Dee Unglaub Silverthorn
  194. Essentials of Sociology 12th edition: James M. Henslin
  195. Lehne's Pharmacology for Nursing Care, 9th edition: Jacqueline Burchum & Laura Rosenthal
  196. Public Policy: Politics, Analysis, and Alternatives, 6th edition: Michael E. Kraft & Scott R. Furlong
  197. Financial Management: Principles and Applications (12th Edition): Sheridan Titman & Arthur J. Keown
  198. Animal Physiology, 4th Edition: Richard W. Hill
  199. Microbiology with Diseases by Taxonomy (5th Edition): Robert W. Bauman
  200. Understanding Basic Statistics, 7th edition: Charles Henry Brase & Corrinne Pellillo Brase
  201. Organic Chemistry: Student Study Guide and Solutions Manual, 3rd edition: David Klein
  202. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 11th edition: Howard Anton, Irl Bivens & Stephen Davis
  203. An Introduction to Student–Involved Assessment FOR Learning, 7th edition: Jan Chappuis & Rick Stiggins
  204. The Bedford Researcher with 2016 MLA Update, 5th edition: Mike Palmquist
  205. Roots of the Western Tradition: A Short History of the Ancient World, 8th edition: Guy Rogers & C. Warren Hollister
  206. Contemporary Logistics, 12th edition: Paul R. Murphy & A. Michael Knemeyer
  207. Personal Finance, 13th edition: E. Thomas Garman
  208. C++ Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design, 8th Edition: D. S. Malik
  209. Information Systems Today: Managing in the Digital World, 7th edition: Joseph Valacich & Christoph Schneider
  210. New Products Management, 11th Edition: Merle Crawford & Anthony Di Benedetto
  211. A World of Ideas, 10th Edition: Lee A. Jacobus
  212. Industrial Automated Systems: Instrumentation and Motion Control: Terry L.M. Bartelt
  213. We the People: An Introduction to American Politics 11th Essentials edition: Benjamin Ginsberg, et al.
  214. Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition, 10th edition: Anne Smith & Angela Collene
  215. Technical Communication, 14th Edition: John M. Lannon
  216. Electronics Fundamentals: A Systems Approach: Thomas L. Floyd & David M. Buchla
  217. Discrete-Event System Simulation, 5th edition: Jerry Banks & John S. Carson & Barry L. Nelson & David M. Nicol
  218. Engaging Social Welfare: An Introduction to Policy Analysis: Mark J. Stern
  219. Social Welfare Policy and Advocacy: Advancing Social Justice through 8 Policy Sectors: Bruce S. Jansson
  220. Foundations of Astronomy, 12th edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana Backman
  221. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: Volume: 1 (Concise Edition): Elizabeth Pollard & Clifford Rosenberg & Robert Tignor
  222. The Art of Public Speaking, 12th Edition: Stephen E. Lucas
  223. Genetic Essentials: Concepts and Conncections, 3rd edition: Benjamin A. Pierce
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  225. Essentials of Physical Anthropology, 9th edition: Robert Jurmain & Lynn Kilgore & Wenda Trevathan
  226. The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings and Handbook with 2016 MLA Update: Richard Bullock, Maureen Daly Goggin & Francine Weinberg
  227. Biochemistry: Concepts and Connections: Dean R. Appling & Spencer J. Anthony-Cahill
  228. The Basic Practice of Statistics, 7th edition: David S. Moore & William I. Notz & Michael A. Fligner
  229. Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination, 2nd edition: GEORGE YOUNG and William Hopwood
  230. Macroeconomics, 4th edition: Charles I. Jones
  231. Web Development and Design Foundations with HTML5, 8th edition: Terry Ann Felke-Morris, Ed.D
  232. Invitation to Public Speaking - National Geographic Edition, 5th Edition: Cindy L. Griffin
  233. Marketing: the Core, 6th edition: Roger A. Kerin, Steven W. Hartley
  234. Development: Infancy Through Adolescence: Laurence Steinberg and Deborah Lowe Vandell
  235. Sports Economics: Roger D. Blair
  236. Quick & Easy Medical Terminology, 8th edition: Peggy C. Leonard
  237. Legal Research and Writing for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 8th edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  238. Evidence for Paralegals (Aspen College Series), 5th edition: Joelyn D. Marlowe
  239. Criminal Law, 12th edition: Joel Samaha
  240. Natural Resource Economics: An Introduction, 3rd edition: Barry C. Field
  241. Learning with LabVIEW, 1st Edition: Robert H. Bishop
  242. Methods in Behavioral Research, 12th edition: Paul C. Cozby & Scott C. Bates
  243. Contemporary Human Behavior Theory: A Critical Perspective for Social Work , 3rd edition: Susan P. Robbins
  244. Managerial Accounting for Managers, 4th edition: Eric Noreen
  245. Basic Marketing Research: Using Microsoft Excel Data Analysis, 3rd Edition: Alvin Burns & Ronald Bush
  246. Dosage Calculations Made Incredibly Easy! (Incredibly Easy! Series®), 5th edition: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  247. Fundamentals of Financial Management, 14th edition: Eugene F. Brigham & Joel F. Houston
  248. Global Issues: Politics, Economics, and Culture, 5th edition: Richard J. Payne
  249. FOCUS on Community College Success, 4th edition: Constance Staley
  250. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2, 7th edition: James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  251. The Economics of Money, Banking, and Financial Markets, 11th Edition: Frederic S. Mishkin
  252. Management, 14th edition: Stephen P. Robbins & Mary Coulter & Joseph J. Martocchio & Lori K. Long
  253. Organizational Behavior, 17th edition: Stephen P. Robbins
  254. Race and Ethnicity: The United States and the World (2nd Edition): Scupin, Raymond, Ph.D
  255. Entrepreneurial Small Business, 5th edition: Jerome A. Katz & Richard P. Green II
  256. Teaching Discipline-Specific Literacies in Grades 6-12: Preparing Students for College, Career, and Workforce Demands: Vicky I. Zygouris-Coe
  257. Human Development A Cultural Approach (2nd Edition): Jeffrey J. Arnett
  258. Listening to Music, 8th edition: Craig Wright
  259. Work in the 21st Century, 5th edition: Frank J. Landy
  260. Principles of Microeconomics, 8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  261. Strategic Management: Text and Cases (Irwin Management), 8th Edition: Gregory G Dess Dr. and Gerry McNamara
  262. Essentials of Sociology, 2nd edition: George Ritzer
  263. Introduction to Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary Readings, 7th Edition: John Perry & Michael Bratman
  264. Real Estate Development - 5th Edition: Principles and Process: Mike E. Miles & Laurence M. Netherton & Adrienne Schmitz
  265. Real Estate Finance & and Investments, 15th edition: William Brueggeman
  266. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications, 11th edition: Dennis G. Zill
  267. The Organic Chem Lab Survival Manual, 10th edition: James W. Zubrick
  268. Administration of Wills, Trusts and Estates, 5th edition: Gordon Brown & Scott Myers
  269. Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years (Early Childhood Education Series): Judy Harris Helm & Lilian G. Katz
  270. Fundamentals of Physics Extended, 8th Edition: Halliday & Resnick & Walker
  271. Financial and Managerial Accounting, 2nd Edition: Weygandt & Kimmel & Kieso
  272. College Algebra, 6th edition: Mark Dugopolski
  273. Western Civilizations: Their History & Their Culture: Volume Two, Brief 4th Edition : Joshua Cole & Carol Symes
  274. Society: The Basics, 14th Edition: John J Macionis
  275. M: Marketing, 5th Edition: Dhruv Grewal, Michael Levy
  276. Mass Media and American Politics, 10th edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna L. Dunaway
  277. Calculus: Early Transcendentals, 8th Edition: James Stewart
  278. Ferri's Clinical Advisor 2018 E-Book: 5 Books in 1 (Ferri's Medical Solutions): Fred F. Ferri
  279. Organic Chemistry, 5th Edition: Janice Gorzynski Smith
  280. COMM4 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press): Kathleen S. Verderber, Deanna D. Sellnow & Rudolph F. Verderber
  281. The Theatre Experience, 13th edition: Edwin Wilson
  282. Mcknight's Physical Geography: A Landscape Appreciation, 12th edition: Darrel Hess & Dennis Tasa
  283. Intermediate Algebra, 12th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger
  284. Strategic Management Concept, 3rd Edition: Frank Rothaermel
  285. Moral Issues in Business, 13th edition: William H. Shaw
  286. Marketing 2016, 18th edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  287. Experiencing the World's Religions: Tradition, Challenge, and Change, 6th Edition: Michael Molloy
  288. Fundamentals of Cost Accounting, 5th edition: William N. Lanen, Shannon W. Anderson, Michael W. Maher
  289. Motivational Interviewing in Health Care: Helping Patients Change Behavior (Applications of Motivational Interviewing): Stephen Rollnick & William R. Miller & Christopher C. Butler
  290. Community and Public Health Nursing: Evidence for Practice, 1st edition: Gail A. Harkness & Rosanna DeMarco
  291. Community/Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Populations, 6th Edition: Mary A. Nies & Melanie McEwen
  292. Worlds Together, Worlds Apart, 4th Edition, Volume One: Robert Tignor
  293. Microeconomics: Theory & Applications, 12th edition: Edgar K. Browning
  294. CCNA Routing and Switching ICND2 200-105 Official Cert Guide, Academic Edition: Wendell Odom
  295. Fundamentals of Corporate Finance, 11th edition: Ross & Westerfield & Jordan
  296. Daniels and Worthingham's Muscle Testing: Techniques of Manual Examination and Performance Testing (Daniels & Worthington's Muscle Testing (Hislop)), 9th Edition: Helen Hislop & Dale Avers & Marybeth Brown
  297. Worlds Together Worlds Apart, 4th Edition , Volume Two: Robert Tignor & Jeremy Adelman
  298. Human Relations for Career and Personal Success, Concepts, Applications, and Skills, 11th edition: Andrew J. DuBrin
  299. The Bedford Guide for Writing Tutors, 6th edition: Leigh Ryan & Lisa Zimmerelli
  300. Reason and Responsibility: Readings in Some Basic Problems of Philosophy, 16th edition: Joel Feinberg & Russ Shafer-Landau
  301. Environment and You, The (2nd Edition): Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege
  302. Handbuch zur deutschen Grammatik, 6th edition: Jamie Rankin & Larry Wells
  303. Essentials of Marketing: A Marketing Strategy Planning Approach, 14th edition: William D. Perreault & Jr. & Joseph P. Cannon & E. Jerome McCarthy
  304. Financial & Managerial Accounting, 17th Edition: Jan R. Williams
  305. Statistics, Data Analysis, and Decision Modeling (5th Edition): James R. Evans
  306. Keeping the Republic: Power and Citizenship in American Politics, 8th edition: Christine Barbour & Gerald Wright
  307. Big Ideas of Early Mathematics: What Teachers of Young Children Need to Know: The Early Math Collaborative- E
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  309. Systems Analysis and Design in a Changing World, 7th edition: John W. Satzinger, Robert B. Jackson & Stephen D. Burd
  310. Survey of Operating Systems, 5th edition: Jane Holcombe
  311. Occupational Therapy for Children and Adolescents, 7th edition: Jane Case-Smith & Jane Clifford O'Brien
  312. McGraw Hill Taxation of Business Entities, 2018 Edition: SPILKER & AYERS & BARRICK & OUTSLAY & ROBINSON & WEAVER & WORSHAM
  313. Accounting Controls Guidebook: Third Edition: A Practical Guide: Steven Bragg
  314. The African-American Odyssey: Volume 2 (6th Edition): Darlene Clark Hine
  315. Exploring Psychology in Modules, 10th edition: David Myers & Nathan Dewall
  316. The Human Body in Health and Illness, 5th edition: Barbara Herlihy
  317. CPHQ Exam Secrets Study Guide: CPHQ Test Review for the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality Exam: CPHQ Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
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  331. Essentials of Meteorology: An Invitation to the Atmosphere, 7th edition: C. Donald Ahrens
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2019.11.04 04:02 JustMeInBigD Things to Do - Week of November 4-10

Other Lists of Things to Do:
Dallas News Events (Formerly GuideLive, pre-formerly Pegasus News, LOL) Editor’s Picks
Do214 Top Picks
Concerts Happening in Dallas from ConcertLane.com
This Week’s Beer Events from BeerInBigD.com

Ongoing Exhibits/Activities

Gordon Parks Early Work at Amon Carter Museom of American Art, Fort Worth until Dec 22
Transparent Universe at the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art - starts Nov 1 until 1/26/20
Renoir: The Body, The Senses at Kimbell ARt Museum, Fort Worth until 1/26/20
Robyn O’Neil: WE, THE MASSES at The Modern, Fort Worth until 2/9/20
Dinosaurs Live! at Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary,McKinney until 2/17/20
MUMENTOUS: The Upsizing of a Texas Tradition at Arlington Museum of Art until Nov 24
The Fabric of Opera: Winspear World Premieres at NorthPark Center until November 6
Sheila Hicks: Secret Structures, Looming Presence at the Dallas Museum of Art until 1/12/20
El Greco, Goya, and a Taste for Spain at Meadows Museum SMU until January 2020
40 For 40: Forty Artifacts for 40 Years at Denton County Courthouse-on-the Square Museum in Denton until Apr 4, 2020
A Fortune in Oils: Sid Richardson’s Personal Collection at Sid Richardson Museum in Fort Worth until March 2020
Stories of Survival: Object. Image. Memory.at the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum (ongoing special exhibit)
Hands and Earth: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics at Crow Museum of Asian Art until January 2020
Museum of Memories interactive art exhibit at 4428 Main Street, Dallas until December 2019
Discotech at Sweet Tooth Hotel in Victory Park until December 31

Ongoing - Theatre

The Lifespan of a Fact at Stage West Theatre starting Nov 7 until Dec 8
Cats at Fair Park Music Hall starting Nov 5 until Nov 17
A Comedy of Tenors at Rover Dramawerks, Plano starting Nov 7 until Nov 23
The Thanksgiving Play at Undermain Theatre starting November 6 until Dec 1
Annie at Casa Manana, Fort Worth - November 2 until November 10
Razz at Ochre House Theater until November 16
Over the River and Through the Woods at The Core Theatre, Richardson until Nov 10
Ann (Portrait of Texas Governor Ann Richards) at Kalita Humphreys Theater until Nov 10
Sister Act at Water Tower Theater, Addison until Nov 10
Werewolf of London (melodrama) at Pocket Sandwich Theatre until November 16
The Hunchback of Notre Dame at Artisan Theater, Hurst until November 9
Menopause The Musical at W. E. Scott Theatre, Fort Worth starting Oct 24 until Nov 16
She-Wolf at Amphibian Stage in Fort Worth until Nov 10

Festivals & Multi-Day Events This Weekend

North Texas Beer Week continues this week. Dozens of events all around DFW.
American Heroes: A Salute to Veterans Nov 8-9 FREE Five Star Complex, The Colony Northwest Suburbs Patriotic, Music, Fireworks, Kid Friendly
Neath the Wreath Holiday Gift Market 2019 Nov 7-10 $15 Plano Event Center Northeast Suburbs Holiday, Shopping
Fort Worth Greek Festival Nov 8-10 Admission $1 St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, Fort Worth Fort worth Food, Music, Cultural, Kid Friendly
Lakewood Home Festival Nov 9-10 Tickets start at $20 Various Locations in the Lakewood Neighborhood East Dallas Architecture and Design, Charity Benefiting local public schools

Daily Things to Do

Monday, 11/4
Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants (away at MetLife Stadium)
Special Screening of David Byrne’s True Stories at Sweet Pass Sculpture Park***
Michael Franti & Spearhead at House of Blues, Dallas
Lil Tecca at Granada Theater
The Semicentenial Roast of Scott Beggs (free) at Trees
Harry Potter Trivia Series (week 1 of 7) at Trinity Cider
10th Annual OysterFest at Fish City Grill, Frankford, Dallas (through Nov 24) (Facebook link)
DMA Arts & Letters Live: Lori Gottlieb at the Dallas Museum of Art
Galleria Dallas Christmas Tree Raising/Decoration at Galleria Dallas (through Wednesday)
Stop Making Sense Movie Party at Drafthouse Cinema, Las Colinas
13th Annual Russian Documentary Showcase (free) at Trimble hall, UTA campus, Arlington
Trisha Yearwood at Bass Hall, Fort Worth
***Organizers asked me to add “Please bring your own blanket or lawn seating”

Tuesday, 11/5
Dallas Stars vs. Colorado Avalanche at American Airlines Center
ScHoolboy Q: CrasH Tour at South Side Ballroom
Full Steam Ahead benefit concert at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
Big Thief at Trees
Pour Yourself into History at Ozona Bar and Grill
Coffee & Kindness at White Rock Coffee
Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound at Texas Theatre
Ximena Sarinana at House of Blues
Titus Andronicus, Partner at Club Dada
SMU vs. McNeese St. at Moody Coliseum

Wednesday, 11/6
Dallas Mavericks vs. Orlando Magic at American Airlines Center
An Intimate Evening with SANTANA Greatest Hits Live at House of Blues
Nightmare Before Christmas free Rooftop Movie at Sundown at Granada
The Story Collider at The Wild Detectives
Brews and Bites at Katy Trail Ice House
Party on the Plaza: Maya Piata at Toyota Music Factory
Melanie Martinez at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
The Great Love Debate at Hyena’s Fort Worth
Matt Nestor free concert at Troy’s Arlington, Texas Live! Arlington
Jeff Kinney, author of Diary of A Wimpy Kid at Barnes and Noble, Frisco
Today is National Nachos Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Thursday, 11/7
Vintage Trouble with special guest Kyle Daniel at The Kessler
Reel Rock at Texas Theatre
CJ Starr (free comedy show) at Hyena’s Dallas
DL Hughley at Addison Improv (through Saturday)
Opening Reception for Motely ( Robin Ewing solo show ) at Maestri Gallery
Wish me (the listmaker u/justmeinbigd) a Happy Birthday by reading a story on my blog
Everywhere and Nowhere: American Indians in the United States at Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum
World of Dance at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Veteran’s Day Ceremony at Mountain View College
Zane Williams - Texas Music Series at Courtyard Theater, Downtown Plano
Bash on the Boardwalk! A Cape Day Celebration! At Granite Park, Plano

Friday, 11/8
Dallas Mavericks vs. New York Knicks at American Airlines Center
Henry the Archer,Joel Wells Jr & The Revelers Hall Band, and Margaret Chavez at The Kessler
Chelsea Wolf at Texas Theatre
50 Shades of Slay at Lofty Spaces
Fisher: You Little Beauty Tour at Stereo Live Dallas
Nora En Pure at Lizard Lounge
Tyrone Wells at Sons of Hermann Hall
The Gold Brothers at The Rustic
Party on the Plaza DJ Ryan Kelley(FREE) at Toyota Music Factory
Dueling Pianos at Live! Arena, Texas Live! Arlington
Jo Koy - Just Kidding Tour at Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth
Shea Abshier & The Nighthowlers at Sundown at Granada
Today is National Cappuccino Day - check your news and social media sources for specials!

Saturday, 11/9
Maná at American Airlines Center
Etsy Dallas Jingle Bash at Gilley’s
How the Southwest Was Won featuring Snoop Dogg and Master P at Dos Equis Pavilion
EDGE: The Texas Monthly Festiva with Leon Bridges at The Bomb Factory
Joshua Ray Walker (Homecoming Show) at The Kessler
Oliver Francis at Ruins
Dallas Taco & Margarita Festival at Ferris Wheeler’s
Veterans Harvest at F.A.R.M (Good Latimer)
ArtROCKS! at NorthPark Center
Texas Beer & Peanuts Tasting at Dallas Farmers Market
Galaxy Quest Movie Party at Alamo Drafthouse, Cedars
Rock Rebellion Tribute Festival at The Pavilion, Toyota Music Factory, Irving
Urban Movement Festival at McCall Plaza, downtown Plano (Facebook link)
Snow Queen Ballet at Eisemann Center, Richardson (through Sunday)
Grapevine Veterans Day Parade at Historic Downtown Grapevine
Veterans Day Ceremony iat Veterans Memorial Park, McKinney

Sunday, 11/10
Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings at AT&T Stadium
Polo & Pan at Canton Hall
2019 Oneus ‘fly With Us’ Tour at Granada Theater
The Church: Aurelio Voltaire at Lizard Lounge
Straight No Chaser at McFarlin Auditorium
Joshua Allen and The Show Me Saints at Adair’s
Comedy with Coffee! at Opening Bell Coffee
Jaye Jayle at Double Wide
Danny Brown uknowhatimsayin¿ at House of Blues
Sundown Veterans Day Ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park, McKinney
Have a great week, y'all!
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2019.09.22 18:18 bookseller10 Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-16)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

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  2. Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World, 13th Edition: Thomas Bateman
  3. Comedy (The New Critical Idiom), 2nd Edition: Andrew Stott
  4. Literature The Human Experience, Shorter, 12th Edition: Richard Abcarian & Marvin Klotz & Samuel Cohen
  5. Adult Development and Aging, 8th Edition: John C. Cavanaugh &, Fredda Blanchard-Fields
  6. Crossing Borders International Studies for the 21st Century, 3rd Edition: Harry I. Chernotsky & Heidi H. Hobbs
  7. Nursing Health Assessment: A Best Practice Approach, 3rd North American Edition: Sharon Jensen
  8. Pocket Guide to Psychiatric Nursing, 10th Edition: Mary C. Townsend & Karyn I. Morgan
  9. Wardlaw's Contemporary Nutrition, 11th Edition: Anne Smith
  10. Experimental Design and Data Analysis for Biologists, 1st Edition: Gerry P. Quinn & Michael J. Keough
  11. Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior, 16th Edition: Carl L Hart Dr. & Charles J. Ksir
  12. Marketing Management, 5th Edition: Dawn Iacobucci
  13. Ecological Developmental Biology: The Environmental Regulation of Development, Health, and Evolution, 2nd Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & David Epel
  14. Handbook of Fluid Dynamics, 2nd Edition: Richard W. Johnson
  15. Tonal Harmony, 8th Edition: Stefan Kostka & Dorothy Payne & Byron Almén
  16. Foundations in Microbiology, 10th Edition: Kathleen Park Talaro & Barry Chess Instructor
  17. Organizational Behavior: A Practical, Problem-Solving Approach, 2nd Edition: Angelo Kinicki & Mel Fugate
  18. Nakama 2: Japanese Communication, Culture, Context, 3rd Edition: Yukiko Abe Hatasa & Kazumi Hatasa & Seiichi Makino
  19. Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach, 10th Edition: Kenneth S Bordens & Bruce Barrington Abbott
  20. Research Design and Methods: A Process Approach, 10th Edition: Kenneth S Bordens & Bruce Barrington Abbott
  21. Issues in Economics Today, 8th Edition: Robert Guell
  22. General, Organic, and Biochemistry, 9th Edition: Katherine J Denniston & Joseph J Topping &, Dr Danae Quirk Dorr
  23. Programming with Microsoft Visual Basic 2017, 8th Edition: Diane Zak
  24. Dosage Calculations, 9th edition: Gloria D. Pickar & Amy Pickar-Abernethy
  25. Macroeconomics Brief Edition, 2nd Edition: Campbell R. McConnell & Stanley L. Brue & Sean Masaki Flynn
  26. Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Edition: of the American Psychological Association
  27. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Macro Level: Groups, Communities, and Organizations, 3rd Edition: Katherine Van Wormer & Fred Besthorn
  28. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Micro Level: Individuals and Families, 3rd Edition: Katherine Van Wormer
  29. Principles of Geotechnical Engineering, 9th Edition: Braja M. Das &, Khaled Sobhan
  30. Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics, 8th edition: Philip M. Gerhart & Andrew L. Gerhart & John I. Hochstein
  31. The Film Experience, 5th Edition: Timothy Corrigan & Patricia White
  32. Ecology in Action, 1st Edition: Fred D. Singer
  33. Juvenile Justice In America, 8th Edition: Clemens Bartollas & Stuart J. Miller
  34. Working in America: Continuity, Conflict, and Change in a New Economic Era, 4th Edition: Amy S Wharton
  35. Introduction to Chemical Engineering: Tools for Today and Tomorrow, 5th Edition: Kenneth A. Solen & John Harb
  36. Organizational Communication: Approaches and Processes, 7th Edition: Katherine Miller & Joshua Barbour
  37. California Government and Politics Today, 15th Edition: Mona Field
  38. Professional Baking, 7th Edition: Wayne Gisslen
  39. Network and System Security, 2nd Edition: John R. Vacca
  40. Pro SQL Server Relational Database Design and Implementation, 5th Edition: Louis Davidson & Jessica Moss
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  42. Handbook of Enology, Volume 2: The Chemistry of Wine - Stabilization and Treatments, 2nd Edition: Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon & Y. Glories & A. Maujean & Denis Dubourdieu
  43. The Role of the Physical Therapist Assistant: Regulations and Responsibilities, 2nd Edition: Holly M. Clynch
  44. Dynamics: Analysis and Design of Systems in Motion, 2nd Edition: Benson H. Tongue
  45. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics, 2nd Edition: Robert D. Zucker & Oscar Biblarz
  46. The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2019: Billions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants and Prizes: Gen Tanabe & Kelly Tanabe
  47. Myers' Psychology for the AP® Course, 3rd Edition: David G. Myers
  48. Winningham's Critical Thinking Cases in Nursing: Medical-Surgical, Pediatric, Maternity, and Psychiatric, 6th Edition: Mariann M. Harding & Julie S. Snyder
  49. Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, 2nd Edition: Steven D. Brown & Robert W. Lent
  50. At Risk Youth, 6th Edition: J. Jeffries McWhirter & Benedict T. McWhirter & Ellen Hawley McWhirter & Anna C. McWhirter
  51. 50 Literacy Strategies: Step-by-Step , 4th Edition: Gail E. Tompkins
  52. Best Practices in Data Cleaning, 1st Edition: Jason W. Osborne
  53. Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython, 2nd Edition: Wes McKinney
  54. Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages, 1st Edition: Bill Lubanovic
  55. Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime: An Introduction, 3rd Edition: Marjie T. Britz
  56. Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics: Foundation Student Book (Edexcel GCSE Maths 2015), 1st Edition: Not Applicable
  57. Python Cookbook: Recipes for Mastering Python 3, 3rd Edition: ` David Beazley & Brian K. Jones
  58. RealTime Physics: Active Learning Laboratories, Module 1: Mechanics, 3rd Edition: David R. Sokoloff & Ronald K. Thornton & Priscilla W. Laws
  59. Discipline that Restores: Strategies to Create Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in the Classroom: Ron Claassen & Roxanne Claassen
  60. Inequality: A Contemporary Approach to Race, Class, and Gender, 1st Edition: Lisa A. Keister & Darby E. Southgate
  61. Managing Conflict through Communication, 5th Edition: Dudley D. Cahn
  62. Mental Health Interventions for School Counselors, 1st Edition: Christopher A. Sink
  63. Quantitative Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition: Richard A. DeFusco & , Dennis W. McLeavey & Jerald E. Pinto & David E. Runkle & Mark J. P. Anson
  64. Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap: Paul C. Gorski & James A. Banks
  65. Solving Behavior Problems in Autism, 1st Edition: Linda A. Hodgdon
  66. A World of Art , 7th Edition: Henry M. Sayre
  67. Anatomy & Physiology: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Michael McKinley & Valerie O'Loughlin & Theresa Bidle
  68. A Global History of Architecture, 3rd Edition: Francis D. K. Ching & Mark M. Jarzombek & Vikramaditya Prakash
  69. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications, 10th Edition: Dennis G. Zill
  70. Vander's Human Physiology, 15th Edition: Eric Widmaier
  71. Western Civilization: Beyond Boundaries, Volume I: to 1715, 7th Edition: Thomas F. X. Noble & Barry Strauss & Duane Osheim & Kristen Neuschel & Elinor Accampo
  72. Technology Matters: Questions to Live With: David E. Nye
  73. New GCSE Computer Science OCR Revision Guide - for the Grade 9-1 Course: CGP Books
  74. My Revision Notes: Cambridge National Level 1/2 Certificate in Information Technologies: Sonia Stuart
  75. Medical Terminology: An Illustrated Guide, 8th Edition: Barbara J. Cohen & Ann DePetris
  76. Cambridge National Level 1/2 Certificate in Information Technologies: Brian Gillinder & Sonia Stuart
  77. Ecgs Made Easy, 5th Edition: Barbara J Aehlert
  78. 70-698 Installing and Configuring Windows 10: Microsoft Official Academic Course
  79. Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications, 8th edition: Kenneth Rosen
  80. Global Health Care: Issues and Policies, 3rd Edition: Carol Holtz
  81. Physical Examination and Health Assessment, 3rd Canadian Edition: Carolyn Jarvis & Annette J. Browne
  82. Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children, 11th Edition: Marilyn J. Hockenberry & David Wilson
  83. Leddy & Pepper's Professional Nursing, Ninth North American Edition: Lucy Hood
  84. Macroeconomics: Private and Public Choice, 16th Edition: James D. Gwartney & Richard L. Stroup & Russell S. Sobel & David A. Macpherson
  85. Introduction to Intelligence Studies, 2nd Edition: Carl J. Jensen III & David H. McElreath & Melissa Graves
  86. How Humans Evolved, 8th Edition: Robert Boyd & Joan B. Silk
  87. Fundamentals of Physics, 11th Edition, Student Solutions Manual: David Halliday
  88. Fundamentals of Physics, 11th Edition: David Halliday and Robert Resnick
  89. Drugs, Society and Criminal Justice, 4th Edition: Charles F. Levinthal
  90. Performance Assessment: Showing What Students Know and Can Do: Susan M. Brookhart
  91. Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing for Canadian Practice, 4th Edition: Wendy Austin
  92. Manual of I.V. Therapeutics: Evidence-Based Practice for Infusion Therapy, 6th Edition: Lisa Gorski & Lynn Dianne Phillips
  93. Women's Health in Canada: Critical Perspectives on Theory and Policy, 1st Edition: Marina Morrow & Olena Hankivsky
  94. Calculus and Its Applications, 11th Edition: Marvin L. Bittinger & David J. Ellenbogen & Scott J. Surgent
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  96. Canadian Organizational Behaviour, 10th Canadian Edition: Steven McShane & Kevin Tasa
  97. Effective Group Discussion: Theory and Practice, 15th Edition: Gloria J Galanes & Katherine L. Adams
  98. The New Harbrace Guide: Genres for Composing, 3rd Edition: Cheryl Glenn
  99. The Psychology of Language: An Integrated Approach, 1st Edition: David C. Ludden
  100. The Psychology of Attitudes and Attitude Change, 2nd Edition: Gregory R. Maio & Geoff Haddock
  101. Majoring in Psychology: Achieving Your Educational and Career Goals, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey L. Helms & Daniel T. Rogers
  102. R for Data Science: Import, Tidy, Transform, Visualize, and Model Data, 1st Edition: Hadley Wickham & Garrett Grolemund
  103. Invitation to Psychology, 7th Edition: Carole Wade & Carol Tavris & Samuel R. Sommers & Lisa M. Shin
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  105. Concentrate Questions and Answers Equity and Trusts: Law Q&A Revision and Study Guide, 2nd Edition: Rosalind Malcolm
  106. Ethics and Law in Dental Hygiene, 3rd Edition: Phyllis L. Beemsterboer
  107. The Social Psychology of Aggression, 2nd Edition,: Barbara Krahé
  108. Foundations of Financial Management, 10th Canadian Edition: Stanley B. Block & Geoffrey A. Hirt & Bartley Danielsen &, Doug Short
  109. 120 Content Strategies for English Language Learners: Teaching for Academic Success in Secondary School (Teaching Strategies Series), 2nd Edition: Jodi Reiss
  110. Constitutional Law, 8th Edition: Geoffrey R. Stone, Louis Michael Seidman, Cass R. Sunstein, Mark V. Tushnet, Pamela S. Karlan
  111. A Brief Guide to Writing from Readings, 7th Edition: Stephen Wilhoit
  112. Construction Materials, Methods and Techniques, 4th Edition: William P. Spence & Eva Kultermann
  113. Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition: Michele Leonardi Darby & Margaret Walsh
  114. Elementary Statistics in Criminal Justice Research, 4th Edition: James Alan Fox & jack A. Levin & David R. Forde
  115. Introduction to Sociology, 11th Edition: Deborah Carr & Anthony Giddens &, Mitchell Duneier & Richard P. Appelbaum
  116. Introduction to Networks v6 Companion Guide, 1st Edition: Cisco Networking Academy
  117. Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change, 3rd Edition: William R. Miller
  118. Multiple Paths to Literacy: Assessment and Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners, K-12, 8th Edition: Joan P. Gipe
  119. Stat–Spotting – A Field Guide to Identifying Dubious Data: Joel Best
  120. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 4th Edition: Susan A. Nolan & Thomas Heinzen
  121. Strategies That Work: Teaching Comprehension for Understanding and Engagement, 2nd Edition: Pearson Prof. Growth
  122. The Social Psychology of Prosocial Behavior, 1st Edition: John F. Dovidio & Jane Allyn Piliavin & David A. Schroeder & Louis A. Penner
  123. Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction, 6th Edition: Donald R. Bear & Marcia Invernizzi & Shane Templeton & Francine Johnston
  124. Understanding Basic Statistics, 8th Edition: Charles Henry Brase & Corrinne Pellillo Brase
  125. Construction Management JumpStart, 2nd Edition: Barbara J. Jackson
  126. Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 17th Edition: Douglas A. Lind & William G Marchal & Samuel A. Wathen
  127. Statics For Dummies, 1st Edition: James H. Allen
  128. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 13th Edition: Russell C. Hibbeler
  129. Nancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets, 8th Edition: Nancy L. Caroline
  130. Accounting for Decision Making and Control, 9th Edition: Jerold Zimmerman
  131. International Accounting, 4th Edition: Timothy Doupnik &, Hector Perera
  132. Personnel Economics in Practice, 3rd Edition: Edward P. Lazear &, Mike Gibbs
  133. Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education, 6th Edition: Jeanne H. Ballantine & Joan Z. Spade & Jenny M. Stuber
  134. Introducing Sign Language Literature: Folklore and Creativity, 1st Edition: Rachel Sutton-Spence & Michiko Kaneko
  135. Early Christian Writings: The Apostolic Fathers: Andrew Louth
  136. Fundamentals of Conservation Biology, 3rd Edition: Malcolm L. Hunter & James P. Gibbs
  137. Murach's HTML5 and CSS3, 4th Edition: Anne Boehm & Zak Ruvalcaba
  138. Anthropology and Mass Communication: Media and Myth in the New Millennium, 1st Edition: Mark Allen Peterson
  139. Introduction to Algorithms (The MIT Press), 3rd Edition: Thomas H. Cormen & Charles E. Leiserson & Ronald L. Rivest & Clifford Stein
  140. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management, 3rd Edition: Gordon S. Linoff & Michael J. A. Berry
  141. Earthquakes: Science & Society, 2nd Edition: David S. Brumbaugh
  142. Python Machine Learning: Machine Learning and Deep Learning with Python, scikit-learn, and TensorFlow, 2nd Edition: Sebastian Raschka & Vahid Mirjalili
  143. Programming Computer Vision with Python: Tools and algorithms for analyzing images, 1st Edition: O'Reilly Media
  144. Community College Finance: A Guide for Institutional Leaders, 1st Edition: Christopher M. Mullin & David S. Baime & David S. Honeyman
  145. A History of Western Music, 9th Edition: J. Peter Burkholder & Donald Jay Grout & Claude V. Palisca
  146. Technical Mathematics with Calculus, 3rd canadian edition: Michael A. Calter & Paul A. Calter & Paul Wraight & Sarah White
  147. The Bible: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition: John Riches
  148. Life-Span Development, 17th Edition : John Santrock
  149. Macroeconomics: Policy and Practice, 2nd Edition: Frederic S. Mishkin
  150. Management of Information Security, 6th Edition: Michael E. Whitman & Herbert J. Mattord
  151. Movie-Made America: A Cultural History of American Movies: Robert Sklar
  152. Intercultural Communication in Contexts, 7th Edition: Judith N. Martin & Thomas K. Nakayama
  153. Introduction to Human Factors Applying Psychology to Design, 1st Edition: Nancy J. Stone & Alex Chaparro & Joseph R. Keebler & Barbara S. Chaparro
  154. Personality Psychology, 1st Canadian Edition : Randy J. Larsen &, David M. Buss & David King & Carolyn Ensley
  155. Natural Language Processing with TensorFlow: Teach language to machines using Python's deep learning library, 1st Edition; Thushan Ganegedara
  156. The Modernization of the Western World A Society Transformed, 2nd Edition: John McGrath & Kathleen Callanan Martin
  157. Auditing The Art and Science of Assurance Engagements, 14th Canadian Edition: Alvin A. Arens & Randal J. Elder & Mark S. Beasley & Chris E. Hogan & Joanne C. Jones
  158. Technical Communication Strategies for Today, 3rd Edition: Richard Johnson-Sheehan
  159. Concepts of Chemical Dependency, 10th Edition: Harold E. Doweiko
  160. An Invitation to Environmental Sociology, 5th Edition: Michael Mayerfeld Bell &, Loka L. Ashwood
  161. The Skillful Teacher: On Technique, Trust, and Responsiveness in the Classroom, 3rd Edition: Stephen D. Brookfield
  162. The Police in America An Introduction, 9th Edition: Samuel Walker & Charles M Katz
  163. An Introduction to Music Technology, 2nd Edition: Dan Hosken
  164. Principles of Criminal Procedure: Investigation, 2nd Edition: Wayne LaFave &, Jerold Israel & Nancy King &, Orin Kerr
  165. Speech Craft: Joshua Gunn
  166. Game Theory: An Introduction: Steven Tadelis
  167. Statistics for Psychology, 6th Edition : Arthur Aron & Elliot J. Coups & Elaine N. Aron
  168. Social Psychology, 14th Global Edition: Nyla R. Branscombe & Robert A. Baron
  169. Personality, 8th Edition: Jerry M. Burger
  170. College Physics, 11th Edition: Raymond A. Serway &, Chris Vuille
  171. A Writer's Reference, 8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  172. Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling, 5th Edition: C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney & David T. Calvis
  173. Exploring Management, 6th Edition: John R. Schermerhorn & Daniel G. Bachrach
  174. Oracle 12c: SQL, 3rd Edition: Joan Casteel
  175. Principles of Development, 5th Edition: Lewis Wolpert &, Cheryll Tickle &, Alfonso Martinez Arias
  176. Natural Disasters, 10th Edition: Patrick Leon Abbott
  177. Social Psychology, 14th Edition : Robert A.Baron & Nyla R. Branscombe
  178. Administrative Law: Bureaucracy in a Democracy, 6th edition : Dr. Daniel E. Hall
  179. Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools, 5th Edition: Nancy L. Hutchinson
  180. Applied Calculus, 5th Edition: Deborah Hughes-Hallett &, Patti Frazer Lock & Andrew M. Gleason & Daniel E. Flath & Sheldon P. Gordon & David O. Lomen &, David Lovelock
  181. Autism Spectrum Disorders: From Theory to Practice, 2nd Edition: Laura J. Hall
  182. Engineering Vibration, 4th Edition: Daniel J. Inman
  183. The Psychology of Exercise: Integrating Theory and Practice, 4th Edition: Curt L. Lox & Kathleen A. Martin Ginis & Steven J. Petruzzello
  184. The New Nurse Educator: Mastering Academe, 2nd Edition: Deborah Dolan & Deborah Dolan Hunt
  185. Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators, 3rd Edition: Sandra DeYoung
  186. Nurse as Educator, 4th Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  187. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 11th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb
  188. Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice, 2nd Edition: Sharon Straus &, Jacqueline Tetroe & Ian D. Graham
  189. The Law of Criminal Investigations: A College Casebook, 1st Edition: Stephanie Mizrahi & Joshua Dressler & George Thomas III
  190. Physiology of Behavior, 12th Edition: Neil R. Carlson &, Melissa A. Birkett
  191. Psychology Applied to Modern Life Adjustment in the 21st Century, 12th Edition: Wayne Weiten & Dana S. Dunn & Elizabeth Yost Hammer
  192. The Development of Language, 9th Edition: Jean Berko Gleason & Nan Bernstein Ratner
  193. The Real World, 6th Edition: Kerry Ferris & Jill Stein
  194. Statistics, 4th Edition: David Freedman & , Robert Pisani & Roger Purves
  195. Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture, 5th Edition: Michael Fazio
  196. Calculating Drug Dosages: A Patient-Safe Approach to Nursing and Math, 1st Edition:Sandra Luz Martinez Castillo & Maryanne Werner-McCullough
  197. The West: A New History (Vol. 1), 1st Edition: David A. Bell &, Anthony Grafton
  198. Techniques for the Couple Therapist: Essential Interventions from the Experts, 1st Edition: Gerald R. Weeks &, Stephen T. Fife & Colleen M. Peterson
  199. Social Injustice and Public Health, 2nd Edition: Barry S. Levy & Victor W. Sidel
  200. Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago, 2nd Edition: Eric Klinenberg
  201. Uneven Roads An Introduction to U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, 2nd Edition: Todd Shaw & Louis Desipio & Dianne Pinderhughes & Toni-Michelle C. Travis
  202. Health Care Finance and the Mechanics of Insurance and Reimbursement: Michael K. Harrington
  203. The Middle East: A History, 7th Edition: William Ochsenwald & Sydney Nettleton Fisher
  204. Business Process Change (The MK/OMG Press), 3rd Edition: Paul Harmon
  205. Introduction to JavaScript Programming with XML and PHP, 1st Edition: Elizabeth Drake
  206. Major Problems in American History, Volume II, 4th Edition: Elizabeth Cobbs & Edward J. Blum & Jon Gjerde
  207. Cognitive Psychology Connecting Mind, Research, and Everyday Experience, 5th Edition: E. Bruce Goldstein
  208. Management of Occupational Health and Safety, 7th edition: Kevin Kelloway &, Lori Francis & Bernadette Gatien
  209. Praying for a Cure: When Medical and Religious Practices Conflict, 1st Edition: Peggy DesAutels &, Margaret P. Battin &, Larry May
  210. How to Lie with Maps, 3rd Edition: Mark Monmonier
  211. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Guide : Rob Ptacek & Jaideep Motwani
  212. Patient Assessment in Pharmacy Practice, 3rd Edition: Rhonda M. Jones
  213. Biomedical Instrumentation Systems, 1st Edition: Shakti Chatterjee & Aubert Miller
  214. Statistics for Geography and Environmental Science, 1st Edition: Richard Harris
  215. Women without Class: Girls, Race, and Identity, 1st Edition: Julie Bettie
  216. Personal Finance, 6th Edition: Jeff Madura
  217. Trigonometry 2nd Edition: Robert F. Blitzer
  218. A History of World Societies, 11th Edition,: Merry Wiesner-Hanks & Patricia Buckley Ebrey &, Roger Beck & Jerry Davila & Clare Crowston & John P. McKay
  219. The Origins of the Modern World, 3rd Edition: Robert B. Marks
  220. Operating Systems: Principles and Practice (Volume 1 of 4), 2nd Edition: Thomas Anderson & Michael Dahlin
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2019.08.16 12:33 Spidey10 The Spectacular Spider-Man

There are so many adaptations of Spider-Man thanks to the Raimi Trilogy, The Amazing Spidey films, the MCU Spidey, films, Into The Spider-Verse, the 90's cartoon, the PS4 game, etc. But for me, my favorite adaptation of the character is still The Spectacular Spider-Man animated series. That show is my favorite cartoon, one of my Top 3 favorite shows of all time (Along with MLP and Breaking Bad), and a prime example of a great show that ended way too soon and ended on a cliffhanger (I remember finding out about the cancellation a few days after my birthday almost 10 years ago and it still breaks my heart). Thanks to Disney buying Marvel and wanting to make a new Spider-Man show, they convinced Sony to give them the TV rights back and neither company could finish the five season (Plus animated films and a Venom spin off) story arc that was planned by Greg Weisman (Thanks a lot Disney). But still, we managed to get 2 incredible seasons of television.
I remember watching the show when it premiered on the Kids WB block in 2008 and being really entertained as a kid. But I've grown to appreciate the show more as I've gotten older. The show doesn't just give you cool action scenes with Spidey and him saying funny quips (Which are great in the show) and his villains, it also gives you Peter Parker dealing with his high school life, trying to help Aunt May, working for The Daily Bugle, his relationships with characters like Gwen Stacy, Harry Osborn, Flash Thompson (Who gets a lot of development in the series actually), Mary Jane Watson, and Liz Allen, etc.
The show also has great story arcs. They could've taken the more episodic approach and it still could've been good, but I liked how they made an animated series with a continuous story (Like Avatar The Last Airbender or Gravity Falls). It's one of the reasons why I consider the show the best superhero cartoon ever made and even rank it above Batman The Animated Series (Which I also love of course).
The villains in the show are also really well done for the most part. I was never a big Tombstone fan but this show made me love him (Even though he took on the Kingpin kind of role). They also introduce some the villains several episodes before they become supervillains like with Flint Marko and Alex O'Hirn as partners in crime before becoming Sandman and Rhino, Otto Octavius working for Norman Osborn (This show also gives us the best adaptation of Green Goblin IMHO voiced by brilliantly by Steve Blum and made his story a compelling mystery) before becoming Doctor Octopus, Dr Connors secretly working on the Lizard serum, Montana as an Enforcer (Him becoming The Shocker was a cool change from the comics IMO), and Eddie Brock as Peter's big brother figure who eventually comes to hate him and see him as a bad person (The build up to Brock becoming Venom was so well done even though I felt like he could've been involved a bit more in season 2). I'll admit that I felt like Vulture, Kraven The Hunter, and Electro could've had a bit more to do besides being Doc Ock's primary partners, but they're still fun to watch as well.
The voice acting is also great. Josh Keaton is Spider-Man in the same way Kevin Conroy is Batman to me. Whenever I read comics, I usually here Keaton's voice coming out of PeteSpidey. The rest of the cast is great too with James Arnold Tyler as Harry Osborn, Lacey Chabert as Gwen Stacy, Ben Diskin as Eddie Brock/Venom, Joshua LeBar as Flash Thompson, Peter MacNicol as Doc Ock, Darrin Norris as J. Jonah Jameson (Second best Jameson behind J.K. Simmons) etc.
And of course, this show has the greatest theme song of all time by The Tender Box. I've listened to this song more times than I probably should and I will continue to listen to it for the rest of my life. It's so good and catchy and I was actually lucky enough to get to listen to it on the big screen when I went to see WALL-E and the music video for this song played before the film.
So yeah, I really love this show. If there's any show I could revive it would be this one. For a long time I thought it was impossible for the show to return and while it's still not highly likely, Sony has recently said that they are planning several Spider-Man based TV shows. Maybe a revival Spectacular Spider-Man could be one of them. If an announcement of the show returning ever does happens, I will cry many tears of joy and throw a huge party.
4.5/5
But that's just my opinion. What do you think of The Spectacular Spider-Man? What are your favorite episodes (Mine are Intervention, Gangland, and Opening Night)? Comment and let me know and thanks for reading. :0)
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2019.07.30 02:00 anti-ZOG-sci-fry Blurred Lines & Grey Matters (Part 3)

Blurred Lines & Grey Matters (Part 3)
edgy sci-fi novella by Anonymous Jr.
Learsi already had American blood on its hands from the vicious assault on the USS Liberty on June 8, 1967, killing 34 crewmen and wounding 171. It's absolutely not the peace-loving American-style democracy surrounded by unprovoked hostile neighbors that it pretends to be. Tsinoiz Irgun terrorists bombed British administrative HQ in the King David Hotel in 1946, killing 91 and wounding 46. Today, the hotel's website simply says, "Built in 1929, King David has played an important role in the history of Learsi and Melaseruj". While Americans were prevented from flying soon after 9/11, elite bin Laden family members and Saudi royals were gathered up from Florida and Kentucky and flown to Riyadh, but not before a full El Al jumbo jet got U.S. military authorization to depart New York's JFK Airport for Viva Let on the very afternoon of 9/11 at 4:11pm, a full 90 minutes before WTC 7 imploded. Justin could just imagine how important those Choos must have been!
Most people seemed to know that The Project For A New American Century, a neocon group, published Rebuilding America's Defenses in September 2000 calling for a "new Pearl Harbor" to expedite their goals. The actions of the Shrub administration glaringly demonstrated foreknowledge and cover up of the true perpetrators of the 9/11 crimes. Shrub's father "Magog" was meeting with bin Laden's brother Salem and the military insider Carlyle Group during the attacks. Pakistan's ISI chief General Mahmoud Ahmed, who authorized sending "hijacker" Mohammed Atta $100,000, was in Washington that day meeting with House and Senate Intelligence Chairmen Porter Goss and Bob Graham. During his DC visit, he also met with Condoleeza Rice, Marc Grossman, and Joseph Biden, then "resigned" under U.S. pressure soon afterward. His was one of the few intelligence agencies that did not issue a warning of the impending attacks. On September 14th, the EPA fraudulently proclaimed the WTC vicinity safe to return to work and live in order to reopen Wall Street trading the following Monday. As a result, thousands of area workers and residents, especially those who helped in the removal and cleanup effort, were stricken with debilitating illnesses.
From The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin, he learned how Choos J.P. Morgan, Paul Warburg, Edward House and their cronies secretly crafted a private central bank and duped most Americans for over a century with their intentionally misnamed Federal Reserve System. Conspirators' Heirarchy: The Story of the Committee of 300 by John Coleman taught him about the self-proclaimed "Olympians", based on the British East India Company's Council of 300, with their immense wealth from opium trade with China, a recreated Round Table consisting of the Bilderberg Group, the Royal Institute of International Affairs, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, and the Club of Rome, interlocking "alphabet agencies" in the U.S., and the social engineering of the Tavistock Institute of Human Relations. David Icke's epic tome The Perception Deception could almost be a college doctoral program in itself, echoing many of the same themes in much greater detail. Antony Sutton's published works, including America's Secret Establishment : an Introduction to the Order of Skull & Bones and Fleshing Out Skull & Bones : Investigations into America's Most Powerful Secret Society, decloaked the super-secretive world of the Order of Skull & Bones, the elite seniors-only Yale University fraternity that ushers its members onto the world stage. Zander C. Fuerza's Masters of Deception revealed to him Learsi's sinister involvement in the plot and execution of their September 11th attacks. Christopher Bollyn's investigative work in 2 volumes, Solving 9-11 : The Deception that Changed the World and Solving 9-11 : The Original Articles also opened his eyes to much of the available evidence ignored by government and mainstream media pundits since that day. Lastly, world citizen Kenneth O'Keefe in his interviews and YouTube videos provides powerful arguments for refusing to accept the status quo any longer.
Who knew that on June 10, 1932, Congressman Louis T. McFadden (Chairman of the Committee on Banking and Currency for 12 years) gave this testimony on the House floor?: "Mr. Chairman, we have in this country one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever known. I refer to the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal reserve banks. The Federal Reserve Board, a Government Board, has cheated the Government of the United States and the people of the United States out of enough money to pay the national debt. The depredations and the iniquities of the Federal Reserve Board and the Federal reserve banks acting together have cost this country enough money to pay the national debt several times over. This evil institution has impoverished and ruined the people of the United States; has bankrupted itself, and has practically bankrupted our Government. It has done this through the misadministration of that law by which the Federal Reserve Board, and through the corrupt practices of the moneyed vultures who control it."
He found several shocking quotations from the website whale.to: "By Way of Deception, Thou Shall Do War"—alleged former motto of Dassom..."We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false."—William Casey, CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)..."The Central Intelligence Agency owns everyone of any significance in the major media."—CIA Director William Colby..."An intelligence service is the ideal vehicle for a conspiracy."—CIA Director Allen Dulles..."It is the function of the CIA to keep the world unstable, and to propagandize and teach the American people to hate, so we will let the Establishment spend any amount of money on arms."—John Stockwell, CIA official..."Huey Long once said, 'Fascism will come to America in the name of anti-fascism.' I'm afraid, based on my own experience, that fascism will come to America in the name of national security."—Jim Garrison..."Former Italian President Francesco Cossiga, who revealed the existence of Operation Gladio, has told Italy’s oldest and most widely read newspaper that the 9-11 terrorist attacks were run by the CIA and Dassom, and that this was common knowledge among global intelligence agencies. 'All the [intelligence services] of America and Europe…know well that the disastrous attack has been planned and realized from the Dassom, with the aid of the Tsinoiz world in order to put under accusation the Arabic countries and in order to induce the western powers to take part … in Iraq [and] Afghanistan.'”
Next there was this, "Americans know that something fundamental is amiss. They sense—rightly—that they are being misled no matter which political party does the leading. A long misinformed public lacks the tools to grasp how they are being deceived. Without those tools, Americans will continue to be frustrated at being played for the fool. When the “con” is clearly seen, “the mark” (that’s us) will see that all roads lead to the same duplicitous source: Learsi and its operatives. The secret to Learsi’s force-multiplier in the U.S. is its use of agents, assets and sayanim (Werbeh for volunteers). When Ilearsi-American Jonathan Pollard was arrested for spying in 1986, Viva Let assured us that he was not an Ilearsi agent but part of a “rogue” operation. That was a lie. Only 12 years later did Viva Let concede that he was an Ilearsi spy the entire time he was stealing U.S. military secrets. That espionage—by a purported ally—damaged our national security more than any operation in U.S. history." Military traitor Pollard was recently released after 30 years in prison and wants to go to Learsi now, against the terms of his parole. "Care to bet against Learsi helping Pollard skip the country?" he mused.
Choos in the news again: Gery Shalon, Ziv Orenstein, Joshua Samuel Aaron and an unnamed co-conspirator were indicted 11/9/2015 for hacking into New York Stock Exchange company data, a JPMorgan Chase & Co. security breach, and selling millions of unique customer records. "Prosecutors said Shalon, Orenstein and others made hundreds of millions of dollars from 'unlawful internet casinos' they operated in the US and elsewhere through hundreds of employees in multiple countries." Had it been Muslims that did it, there would have been all hell to pay, but Silearsi will likely just get a pat on the wrist and admonished, if not offered employment by their victims to use against competitors.
Justin asked himself, "Who was really responsible for the havoc in Paris Nov. 13 2015?" The Islamic State, like al Qaeda, is a creation and under the control of military intelligence officials in the U.S., U.K. and Learsi, who delight in recruiting desperate Muslims to wear their scapegoat suicide vests. All the while the U.S. claimed to be attacking ISIS with little impact, it was supplying them with armaments and Texas-made Toyota trucks, modified for U.S. Special Forces, and bombing Syrian infrastructure instead. Only when the Russians were invited by Syria to lend assistance, was any progress made against these proxy forces. The combined efforts of administration pronouncements and the mass media's power of persuasion perpetuate the misperception of a wily Muslim enemy. Most world leaders know this, but uninformed American people are dupes again.
Granted it will take awhile to assimilate this latest information and ferret out facts from false leads. Once all other available impressions and substance were distilled, compared and analyzed, what he discovered was that the stubby little tail wagging the big dogs of the U.S. and U.K. is none other than Learsi and this is just the metaphorical tip of the iceberg. Online, he found this wry, if not quite astute, observation, "If, 'the love of money is the root of all evil' and they love money more than anyone else and have more money than anyone else, it stands to reason that they are either directly or tangentially connected to a very large percentage of the evil in the world. Since they own or control most of the world media and entertainment industries as well as most of the publishing houses and over ninety percent of the art galleries, their influence on human perception of what is and what is not is very great. Given their predisposition toward the enslavement of the human race, it is to be expected that they spend less than none of their time on what is real and more than all of their time on what is not, in order to control the perceptions of humanity."
Allyson phoned Justin late one afternoon. It would prove to be their final contact. She said, "Maya and I have finished reading what you gave us and we're just astonished. We had no idea this issue was so complex and nuanced. Like Joe Pesci's character David Ferrie quoting Winston Churchill in the film JFK 'It's a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.' It seems like a whole other world all its own." Affirmatively grunting , Justin replied, "Yep, that's one way of putting it. So can you take care of it?" "Of course, of course," she assured him, "your instructions are crystal clear, but this is all hypothetical anyway. You'll be fine. If it makes you feel any better, let me do the worrying for you. I've got more experience," she said wryly. "Ok, you've got it," he concurred. A few moments of tender cooing to and fro followed before they hung up.
While Allyson was busy teaching the next day, Maya compiled lists of hundreds of email and snail mail contacts in the U.S. and around the world. In the event something happened to Justin, each would get a complete information packet. It was up to them whether or not they published or broadcast any or all of the contents. By ensuring oversaturation, it was pretty certain that enough would get publicly distributed to expose the so-called Olympians' whole Illuminati operation. She phoned Justin to ask if NGOs and think tanks were targets of his info blitz. "No," he said, "let's keep it at traditional and new media. Most NGOs and think tanks have bureaucracies that will likely nix a rouge news source or else lose it in committee, if not outright disavow it or even organize a smear campaign against it. Keep after the bloggers and conspiracy sites instead, 'cause they're our best shot at dissemination."
She then called Allyson at a break between classes to update her on what was what and to find out when she'd be home. "I'll be late because I've got to drop by the printer, pharmacy, post office and cleaners so would you be a good sport and pick up something healthy at the market for dinner?" "Chicken, fish, Chinese, Mexican, or vegan?" Maya queried in return. "Fish sounds pretty good for tonight," Allyson responded. "I'll leave the rest of the details in your capable hands, but no more soda pop! Let's all share a nice liter and a half of white wine instead." "Feeling amorous?" Maya teased. "Don't start with me, young lady," was Allyson's terse reply. Then they both laughed merrily and signed off.
Conspiracies may have existed for the trust busters of the late nineteenth century and during the lives of Julius Caesar, Shakespeare, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin Roosevelt, but everyone knows they no longer do, except for Justin. He knew that every day, Aussie Choo Blooper Morlock twists the truth anyway he wishes on his Newscorp's Fox News, where his sycophant Pawn Vanity (aptly dubbed so by Ralph Nader in the consumer advocate's 2009 long 736 page "practical utopia" novel Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!) and bloviator-in-chief Barnacle Bill (What did you kill?) O'Really laugh at liberals and anyone who challenges their fascist worldview, because of course it's just absurd that anyone in their right mind would entertain the notion that super-wealthy people would collude with one another to set the rules in their favor, right? Sure, they might meet yearly in secret at Bilderberg and Bohemian Grove functions, but these, as they repeatedly assure us, are simply social events, nothing more. Certainly, no hidden agendas here for world domination! In the free market, free world of today, there's just no sense in wrangling unfair advantage. The supremely wealthy remain so through their inevitably acute business superiority. Right! :-J (tongue-in-cheek emoticon)
Justin's Russian Choo hit man, after monitoring him through his contacts at the NSA, made good on his threat late one evening. Spotted outside his brownstone, Justin was followed in. Brandishing a handgun got the assassin access to the apartment, where he forced Justin to hand over all his Laersi materials and write a suicide note to mask his murder in the underhanded fashion of the Dassom. He then shoved him from the 11th story window, picked up his laptop, and left before the police arrived. That probably would have been the end of the matter, had Justin not made contingency plans with Allyson and Maya. After learning of his "suicide," they immediately released copies of his materials to a plethora of media outlets, domestic, overseas and on the Internet as requested. Within days, Justin was more famous than he ever would have been alive, as his story echoed from bloggers, conspiracy websites, even some print journalists, radio and TV.
A gala awards ceremony like no other was arranged as a coming out party for Viva Let in appreciation for all the wonders wealthy philanthopists had worked worldwide over the centuries. Rampant speculation abounded over who would merit top honors, the coveted platinum Notammargartet Prize. The red carpet shimmered with glitterati from every corner of the world, all the ladies draped in gemstones and haute couture. The paparazzi had a field day over the turnout of hundreds who usually shun such soirées , but for its sheer uniqueness made extraordinarily rare appearances. The moment of maximal expectation arrived and was met with the delivery of all of 911 megatons, which lengthened the Mediterranean Sea to the Jordan Valley, Dead Sea and Gulf of Aqaba, ending forever any dispute over that supposedly sacred real estate made worthless by Learsi's apartheid wall. All of Learsi's hundreds of secret nuclear weapons were vaporized in the massive blast, precluding any Samson Option retaliation. The last generation of Rothschild parasites was finally exterminated. Well over 6 million Choos were obliterated instantly, finally fulfilling their forecasted nightmare number that Nazi camps never quite lived up to. No Messiah whatsoever appeared to rescue any faith's faithful.
Once the truth about 9/11 began to flow from lower echelon whistleblowers, involved in the operation but no longer afraid of recrimination, it soon became a torrent. Independent websites replaced newspapers and TV as major sources of information. Despite his distracting predilection with shape-shifting interdimensional reptilian pedophiles, David Icke was lauded as a hero for fearlessly confronting Rothschild Tsinoiz criminals. Les Visible too was credited with exposing the "Tribe." Having declared his support for Learsi on air, George Noory had to disavow it to redeem himself. Linda Moulton Howe, Jeff Rense, John B. Wells, Alex Jones, Clyde Lewis, Jordan Maxwell (Russell Pine), Jesse Ventura, Nick Begich, Jim Marrs, Texe Marrs, Mike Rivero, Webster Tarpley, "Dave" of the X22Report and many others all jumped on the bandwagon.
The secretly Chooish British monarch, titular head of the Anglican Church, and all of her descendants perished when the royal yacht was set ablaze and sank in the Thames. Other royals abroad met similar fates in Spain, Cambodia, Netherlands, Denmark, Thailand, Norway, Sweden, and Japan along with hundreds of Saudi princes and African sovereigns too. Lynch mobs loosely associated with the Anonymous network rounded up many elite suspects, as well as bankers, politicians, doctors, entertainers, writers and producers, who were all slung from trees. Justin's brother Tad and his family were kidnapped and held for ransom by a local warlord. When that failed, they were all hacked to death with machetes. Most tsuacoloh shrines and museums around the world were vandalized or destroyed, having a marked purgative effect on the populace. An unidentified spokesman for Anonymous released a statement that read in part, "...Humankind inevitably is at long last rid of a monstrous evil. Together now we can hope to find lasting peace." He then quoted Czech Choo and former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's televised claim of the half million Iraqi children killed by U.S. sanctions, "I think this is a very hard choice, but the price–we think the price is worth it."
Dozens of dogs were unleashed at the Crawford ranch so the Secret Service had to relinquish the former neo-Nazi-con triumvirate hiding out there: ringleader Ronald Dumsfeld (former CEO & Chairman of G.D. Searle, makers of Aspartame, until acquired by Monsanto), his protégé ace face-shooter Darth Chewey (former CEO of Halliburton, no-bid Iraq contractors) along with his hideous wife Lon, and Shrubya (former coke fiend and drunk, Temporary son of Magog.) The latter was found closet fagging with his favorite stud muffin Jeff Gannon, aka James Guckert, pricey gay escort, gay porn website owner, convicted tax cheat and Shrub White House reporter for two years. A big turkey fryer was found and one by one all four men's lower three appendages were submerged in boiling oil, causing sudden loss of consciousness, before they were hung naked on crosses to desiccate into merely Skull and Bones.
Several online sources cited this, "It was in 1968 that the 22-year-old was initiated into the cult--as his father and grandfather Prescott had been before him. As had been his uncles Jonathan Bush, John Walker and George Herbert Walker II, his great-uncle George Herbert Walker, Jr. and cousin Ray Walker and numerous friends. Young George was very much following in the footsteps of his kinsmen. Such a multi-generational experience, one imagines, inevitably intensifies the emotion and affects of the ritual and gives it more legitimacy and power." This organization is not focused on campus life like other fraternities, but on the postgraduate commingled world of statecraft and big business where they can penetrate every segment of American society, exert great power and influence to the benefit of their circle, and undermine our nation's core principles of fairness and equality. It consists almost exclusively of a select small group of East Coast WASP blueblood families. Established as a branch of a German Illuminati cult and known to its members as the Order, Yale's Skull and Bones initiates "lay naked in coffins and tell their deepest and darkest sexual secrets as part of their initiation." This forms firm fraternal bonding and ensures their vow of secrecy is kept lest they incur retribution.
Most Skull and Bones families' wealth came from the American elites' share of the narcotics empire built by the crowned heads of Europe and their East India companies, raising huge crops of opium poppies in the provinces of Bengal, Madras, Odisha and Bihar for sale in China, primarily in the 18th and 19th centuries. CIA "black ops" are now largely funded through production and distribution of narcotics, principally opium (heroin) and coca (cocaine). U.S. wars in Vietnam and Afghanistan, as well as CIA mischief in Latin America, have been more about drugs than anything else. According to Wikipedia regarding opium, "Worldwide production in 2006 was 6,610 metric tons—about one-fifth the level of production in 1906." Wikipedia also reported, "World annual cocaine consumption, as of 2000, stood at around 600 tonnes, with the United States consuming around 300 t, 50% of the total, Europe about 150 t, 25% of the total, and the rest of the world the remaining 150 t or 25%."
Iouea and Grnsth, with exceptional powers of focus and meditation, began to concentrate their qi into enhanced essence jīng at the core of their framework. This jīng would be preserved for further conversion into shen, or spiritual energy. Consulting crystalized time-shrinking pointers of their DNA-linked quantum googol nano vectorizers, they correctly determined the rift's cause to be a vast Rahoz deception implemented over centuries, although a mere scintilla of universal time. The miscreants of these theurgies were Tsinoiz Learsi, its terror wings Tereyes Laktam and Dassom, all Choos, converts and usurpers of alleged demiurge El's nearly-extinct ancient choosen race. With sorcery and acumen they appropriated the monetary systems of all the major Western financial powers of tiny planet Earth and loaned each nation the specie capital it needed to function by extending their primary product—debt, which cost them next to nothing to produce, yet yielded scandalous fortunes. Progressively darker Kabbalic black art practice eventually ruptured normal space-time and chaotic anomalies ensued.
The raveling strands of distorted time were rewoven into a reasonable facsimile of the original with some remarkable differences in localized eddies. The patchwork overlapped a century and a half of what seemed to be the past for that region of the continuum, in essence rewriting history. In the reworked version, the American Civil War was averted by diplomacy, the Union remained whole and Abe Lincoln served 2 full terms. The robber baron era was abbreviated and Morgan, Warburg and House were unable to usher in another parasitic U.S. central banking system. Nor were the IRS or ADL simultaneously established. Austrian Archduke Ferdinand escaped his Black Hand assassin so there were no World Wars, Nazis, tsuacoloh or Nakba and peace reigned in Palestine. Adolf Hitler, whose father Alois was likely the bastard son of Baron Rothschild Salomon Mayer and Maria Anna Schicklgruber his housemaid, was merely an obscure painter who dabbled in toiletries. The United States remained a contiguous entity of 48 states and Hawai`i kept its beloved monarchy and sovereignty. Jack Kennedy also served 2 full terms under very different circumstances without a Cold War, Space Race or Dimona nuclear reactor to test his mettle or seal his fate. In this alternate timeline, Shrub family patriarch Samuel of Ohio didn't get any arms maker breaks that catapulted his son Prescott to fame, fortune and notoriety. The first baby boomer of the family and original Boy George favored bathtub artistry, but was such a sissy that his little brother JES had to protect him from other boys who often picked on him. Allyson Rosa de Lein, resplendent in a silk and satin gown, and Justin Timothy Case were married by Tad, assisted by his youngest two as ring bearer and flower girl, Maya Ann Adams as maid of honor and Chayyim Levy as best man.
During the ceremony, Chayyim read 3 passages from the Torah:
Genesis 1:26-28, 31a
Then God said, "Let us make humankind in our image, according to our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the wild animals of the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth." So God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.
God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth." God saw everything that he had made, and indeed, it was very good.
Genesis 2:18-24
Then the LORD God said, "It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper as his partner." So out of the ground the LORD God formed every animal of the field and every bird of the air, and brought them to the man to see what he would call them; and whatever the man called every living creature, that was its name. The man gave names to all cattle, and to the birds of the air, and to every animal of the field; but for the man there was not found a helper as his partner. So the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the man, and he slept; then he took one of his ribs and closed up its place with flesh. And the rib that the LORD God had taken from the man he made into a woman and brought her to the man. Then the man said, "This at last is bone of my bones and flesh of my flesh; this one shall be called Woman, for out of Man this one was taken." Therefore a man leaves his father and his mother and clings to his wife, and they become one flesh.
and Genesis 9:8-17
Then God said to Noah and to his sons with him, "As for me, I am establishing my covenant with you and your descendants after you, and with every living creature that is with you, the birds, the domestic animals, and every animal of the earth with you, as many as came out of the ark. I establish my covenant with you, that never again shall all flesh be cut off by the waters of a flood, and never again shall there be a flood to destroy the earth." God said, "This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: I have set my bow in the clouds, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I bring clouds over the earth and the bow is seen in the clouds, I will remember my covenant that is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall never again become a flood to destroy all flesh. When the bow is in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and every living creature of all flesh that is on the earth." God said to Noah, "This is the sign of the covenant that I have established between me and all flesh that is on the earth."
Allyson and Justin were eager to expand their family and soon thereafter began to multiply. Of course there were some problems and Maya, you won't be surprised to learn, led an amazing life, but those are tales for another time.
For all its pious pretension, religion has proven more a divider of humanity than a unifier, fomenting hatred for outsiders rather than instilling love, and negates spiritual nature instead of enhancing it. Extensive expert exegesis of most written scriptures revealed much of their arbitrary irrelevance. Various denominations most often fell into one of two categories: either their dogma was laudable but realistically unachievable or it was hopelessly archaic and manipulative. This resulted in the eventual abandonment of the three major Abrahamic faiths as well as Hinduism. Consequently, humanity and the rest of Earth's biological ecosphere of flora, fauna and a plethora of various microorganisms experienced a Golden Age of peace and prosperity. Needless to say, 9/11 simply never happened.
Thank you very much for reading our story!—Maya Adams, Justin Case and Allyson de Lein. ♥
Peace, Love & Aloha!
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2019.07.11 17:27 TotallyNotStalinist Paper I wrote about Hong Kong

I recently made a thread to thank this subreddit and /sino, because it's really hard to find any good info or sources about Hong Kong. Searching for that on Google will lead you to western media bullshit.
The is the second part of an article I wrote in french. I did not share the first part because it's mostly about how french (and western) medias treated the Hong Kong events and I thought you would not be as interested. Let me know if you want it.

I used DeepL in order to translate, so that may be a little bit tricky to read... Still, I hope it will help answering some questions. You can also find the original in the comments, with sources and photographs. I also edited some mistakes and added some infos. But you will have to translate it by yourself.

In a previous article, we discussed the interested relationship between mainstream media and Hong Kong demonstrations. It would take a one-eyed mind not to understand that the western bourgeoisie sees Hong Kong events as a way to assert its interests. As a result, the discourse and analysis offered by those who own the Western press is deeply biased. It is for this reason that we will try, in this article, to give some ideas about what is happening in Hong Kong.
Let us make it clear right away that we will voluntarily avoid all speculation about Chinese political "schemes". What is happening within the Chinese and Hong Kong governments, as well as what is happening between the two, is frankly impossible for us to determine with certainty. Experts' make assumptions and predictions too easily, which often reflect a mistaken and Eurocentric point of view.
1) Extradition to the People's Republic of China: an aberration?
However, it may be interesting to come back to the bill itself first. If a legal analysis will not be enough to explain the situation, it will at least clarify a few points. We will try to find out if it is the bill itself that has caused so much excitement in Hong Kong.
Let us start by saying that there is a real legal problem in Hong Kong. And this is not only Beijing's opinion. The difficulty of taking legal action within the Special Administrative Region is a key element that governments and NGOs are well aware of and know how to put to use in the service of their interests. Thus, Hong Kong is known as a refuge for criminals and a nest of spies. It is not without reason that so many gangster movies are being made in Hong Kong.
Let us look at the case that was used by Carrie Lam as a pretext to promote her bill. Chan Tong-kai, a Hong Kong citizen, murdered a young woman, also from Hong Kong, on Taiwanese soil. The legal norm then is that it is up to Taiwan's jurisdiction to deal with the case. However, Chan has since returned to Hong Kong territory. As there is no extradition treaty between Taiwan and Hong Kong, it is impossible for the Hong Kong authorities to legally extradite the fugitive to Taiwan. But it is also impossible for them to judge him for his crime. In theory, the criminal does not have to be worried about his crime.
This case obviously served to emotionally affect the people of Hong Kong. But this case does testify to the existence of an absurd legal vacuum whose consequences directly affect Beijing's interests. Indeed, many fugitives in Hong Kong are at fault with the Chinese authorities. This situation, which has been tolerated by China for many years, is less and less so. While the initiative for this bill was indeed taken by the Hong Kong government, Beijing is in principle rather in favour of it. In particular, this could be an opportunity to punish economic crime, in order to get back the billions of dollars stolen from the Chinese nation and prevent their future misuse. Many Chinese and Hong Kong fortunes have not been honestly built, and Beijing is not always tender with Chinese fortunes, contrary to what is often said. In addition, Xi Jinping has made the fight against corruption within the Party a priority. However, Hong Kong is proving to be a refuge for corrupt executives....
Regardless of what people say, this is a problematic situation. Let us not forget that Hong Kong is on the territory of the People's Republic of China. It is understandable that the Chinese State wishes to enforce order on a territory of which it is the sovereign. Yet, the Western press rarely mentions such issues, which are probably more important than the fight against political dissidents. Indeed, Hong Kong remains a strategic financial centre for mainland China, and it is hard to imagine the Chinese government carrying out risky and ineffective manoeuvres consisting in muzzling certain rights and freedoms, whereas it is these same rights and freedoms that guarantee Hong Kong's status as a financial hub.
And yet, we often hear that the law is an arsenal designed to silence the voices of protest. While this is a sincere fear expressed by many Hong Kongers, the legal reality is less obvious. Hong Kong is known for its commitment to the Rule of Law, and this bill is no exception. It would be hard to see Hong Kong, which has never extradited anyone to China (when China has returned more than a hundred fugitives to Hong Kong), suddenly attacking political refugees, even though the CCP shows its commitment to the principle of "one country, two systems". Thus, the law includes a number of safeguards to ensure the independence, credibility and integrity of the Hong Kong judiciary. These safeguards were strengthened after the government revised the law to respond to popular pressure. Extradition could not just happen "like that" in Hong Kong, it would be the result of a long, complex and rigorous process, subject to public and press scrutiny. In addition, many lawyers have contributed to the debate by proposing various ideas for amendments, proof that the debate in Hong Kong is not fixed on the hand of the Beijing arbitrariness.
The bill seems to be measured in many respects and it would be an exaggeration to consider that it is the law that is the root cause of these demonstrations, even though the Carrie Lam government was particularly incompetent to promote the law. One might then think that it is simply having a legal partnership with mainland China that is problematic.
Thus, the subject of human rights is regularly highlighted in order to reject any legal partnership with China. Yet Hong Kong has extradition treaties with countries such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and Malaysia. Easy targets whose human rights abuses are regularly denounced by many NGOs. But we can also mention larger, more hegemonic but no less dangerous fish, such as the United States, Israel (only mutual legal assistance in this case) or Australia. The United States regularly violates human rights on its own soil and on foreign soil, and is undoubtedly the most bellicose nation on the planet. Its loyal Israeli ally is regularly denounced as the most condemned state in the world by the UN. Australia is no less perverse, as evidenced by its camps full of migrants detained by the thousands in inhuman conditions. And yet, extradition treaties with such countries cause little concern.
Perhaps then the concern is about respect for the rule of law and extradition law in China. Why then is Hong Kong dealing with extradition with the Philippines, which has obtained a score of 0.47 according to the WJP Rule of Law Index 2019 (less than China, which scores 0.49, while Hong Kong ranks 16th in the world with a score of 0.77), Indonesia (0.52), Sri Lanka (0.52) or Malaysia (0.55)? Nor can we spare other countries which, while they score higher in terms of respect for the rule of law, are pointed out for their tendencies towards extraterritoriality. For example, the US is illegally hunting down journalists and whistleblowers whom the UN is calling for protection, and do not hesitate to put pressure on countries around the world to do so. It is likely that Hong Kong would have had to return Snowden to respond to American pressure if the whistleblower had not had time to flee to Russia. In addition, the US has a torture camp located outside any legal field, where hundreds of foreign nationals are illegally extradited (in the words of the US Military Staff). Could we also talk about South Korea, which does not hesitate to kidnap North Korean nationals on Chinese soil in order to place them in illegal detention camps, with the complicity of the CIA? And let us remember that Hong Kong does not even negotiate an extradition treaty with China. Carrie Lam's bill would authorize, on a case-by-case basis, extraditions with countries that do not have such treaties with Hong Kong, including China, Taiwan and Macau.....
Why then could Hong Kong not allow extradition to China, even though Hong Kong is Chinese territory and China's national interest is threatened? However, we know that the Chinese have extradition treaties with terrible totalitarian powers such as Iran, Russia, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain or Brazil. In fact, China knows how to moderate its diplomatic relations and has legislation that meets international standards in order to allow extradition treaties to be signed.
2) The democratic opposition, a Western relay on Chinese soil
It is therefore understandable that what really poses a problem for our Hong Kong opponents is the simple fact of maintaining relations with China that go beyond the necessary economic cooperation. In the continuity of the Cold War, it is a block logic that is at work. Indeed, if Hong Kong's economic elite is an ad hoc ally of Beijing and a significant part of Hong Kong's population is patriotic, the Special Administrative Region is in many ways more like the Western world than the Chinese world. Indeed, the world city is a grouping of various capitalist interests. As China opens up to the world, Thatcher's flagship strategy was to use Hong Kong to spread free trade and democracy in the People's Republic of China. This is another reason why we are so attached to these 50 years of "two systems" without "one country". If this was indeed the case, Hong Kong's inspiration in China was not enough to destabilize the communist government. But the West still hopes that China's major cities will succumb to the temptation of liberal democracy...
As such, it is understandable that these demonstrations are head-on against Beijing and socialism. Otherwise, it would be difficult for us to understand why a bill, which appears to be measured, amended and now considered "dead" by the executive, would have generated a mobilization that still persists today.
Let us start with the most obvious and least contentious aspect, namely the organisation and orchestration of these events. In this respect, our previous analysis, which showed the interested benevolence shown by our media towards the Hong Kong democratic opposition, should have tipped us off.
At the origin of the movement against the extradition law, there is a group of actors working together within the Civil Front for Human Rights. They are the ones who promoted, organized and gave the counts of the demonstrations. Among them are parties and organisations claiming democratic liberalism, social democracy, Christian democracy, yellow trade unionism, freedom of the press or liberal feminism.
Those who have paid attention to Venezuelan, Ukrainian or Arab-Muslim situations in recent years already suspect that behind the term "democrat" there are groups that promote the Western conception of democratic rule. As is often the case, Western interests follow. And of course, it will come as no surprise to anyone to learn that these groups have no affinity with the Chinese government, let alone socialism.
In Hong Kong, the opposition that floods the streets is therefore not only a spontaneous popular uprising against a law considered to be liberticidal. At work is a set of actors who are radically opposed to the policy of the Communist Party of China and who know how to take advantage of the current situation and Carrie Lam's mistakes. Moreover, the point of tension may not be so much the project led by Carrie Lam, but rather the question of Hong Kong's status in relation to mainland China. Thus, the demands are for the maintenance of the status quo of 1997, self-determination, independence and even a return to British sovereignty....
We could draw portraits of the few favourite figures in the media. While Hong Kong demonstrators do not necessarily identify themselves as such leaders, their claimant proximity requires us not to fall into spontaneous idealism, which would raise a wall between the main figures of these demonstrations and the hundreds of thousands of Hong Kongers who took to the streets.
The media darling is undeniably Joshua Wong. He is the Secretary General of Demosisto, a liberal-democratic political party that supports Hong Kong's self-determination in the face of Communist Party oppression, and whose members also include Agnes Chow and Nathan Law. An admirer of the colonialist-imperialist Liu Xiaobo and the rude millionaire Ai Weiwei, he nevertheless wanted to distance himself from Nelson Mandela. A hero of Netflix, he is acclaimed by the Western liberal press. Joshua Wong did not hesitate to rush to Washington, accompanied by Benny Tai and Martin Lee, to receive an award from Freedom House, an organization funded by the U.S. State Department. Not surprisingly, this organization finds itself behind a myriad of "regime change" operations planned from the "free world".
In another genre, let us mention Anson Chan, a typical portrait of these elites recruited by the British administration in the early 1990s. A major figure in the pan-democracy, she regularly travels to Washington to meet with the American State Department. And the Trump administration doesn't scare her: accompanied by Martin Lee, she recently visited Mike Pence.
Among the most "left-wing" are Leung Kwok-hung, better known as "Long Hair". Remarkable for his hair and his Che Guevara t-shirts (does he know his opinions?), this former Trotskyist poorly hides his social-democratic aspirations. He recently made a name for himself by inventing a corruption case, which he himself acknowledged to be totally false. Thus, an agent from Beijing would have offered him $100,000,000,000 to buy his electoral vote... A loyal ally of the pan-democratic camp, he is an opponent of Beijing, and his ideas are of course not revolutionary.
As for groups claiming to be true socialism or communism, it is all well and good to have tried, but it is difficult to name them. We can mention Left21, but it is only a Trotskyist group. It must be acknowledged that the "social" left is virtually non-existent in Hong Kong. Proletarian class consciousness and its political expression are just as much so...
The organizer of the event, the Civil Human Rights Front, includes groups directly funded by the National Endowment for Democracy. A quick reminder: funded by the US State Department and large corporations, the NED provides financial support and advice to political parties, trade unions, the media, companies or civic organizations traditionally guided by the CIA. The NED actually does the same job as the CIA, with the (very) bad image less. Former CIA Director William Colby said about the NED "it is not necessary to use clandestine methods. Many of the programmes that were carried out under control can now be brought to light, and consequently, without controversy. Former NED President Carl Geshamn said "it would be terrible for democratic groups around the world to be perceived as being funded by the CIA". One of the founders of the NED, Allen Weinstein, told the Washington Post that "many of the things the NED is doing now were being done clandestinely by the CIA 25 years ago".
And the NED does not hide its presence in Hong Kong, where its financial support is more important than elsewhere in the world. This is equivalent to several hundred thousand dollars a year, not to mention spending on mainland China. In Hong Kong, the NED operates through 3 partners. The Solidarity Center and the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, which are NED dependent organizations, operate in the fields of trade unionism, liberal democracy and social democracy. The Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor is also directly funded by the NED. These 3 partners receive hundreds of thousands of euros each year, which they use to support and finance various projects and groups, in particular the "pan-democrats", and have done so since 1994.
It is known that NDI and SC are responsible for their relations with the Hong Kong Journalist Association, the Civic Party, the Labour Party and the Democratic Party, which are major players in the Hong Kong pandemocracy. However, it is not known whether these relationships translate into funding, which the NED and its sub-organisations are not obliged to disclose. However, it is proven that the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, linked to the Labour Party, received at least $540,000 between 2007 and 2014. However, all these organizations are among the main members of the Civil Human Rights Front behind these demonstrations. Thus, organizers cannot fail to be aware of the links between the NED and these organizations.
We also need to note diplomatic interference, which is very revealing. Western governments have consistently expressed their support for the Hong Kong demonstrations. It is particularly shocking to see the Americans or worse, the British, so openly interfering in Chinese affairs. Diplomatic attacks to which Beijing is responding severely.
But is this enough to explain the success of these demonstrations? Hundreds of thousands of people from all social classes are mobilized in the streets. Everything cannot be blamed on a well-organized political opposition, a well-developed promotion or incessant foreign interference. There is indeed a spontaneous element in these Hong Kong demonstrations.
3) China and its contradictions: the challenge of Hong Kong identity
However, we will not overemphasise social issues, for the simple reason that the watchwords that appear most often in demonstrations are democratic and identity-related issues. On the other hand, we must take into account the fact that these masses revolted against the establishment can only be stimulated by real social problems. While mainland China is implementing a plan to eradicate rural and urban poverty, the Hong Kong government is taking only weak measures to address social poverty. And the situation is bad for Hong Kong workers. Wages can be very low, social security is minimal, the poor do not benefit from economic growth and inequalities are at their highest. Women, children, the elderly and ethnic minorities face a particularly difficult situation. Housing prices are at record highs. Intergenerational mobility is decreasing. Those born after 1980 have the impression that the situation is only getting worse and that Hong Kong is not benefiting enough from Chinese development.
But Hong Kong's place in economic globalization as a financial hub and global city offers little room for manoeuvre for anyone who wants to make a difference. Especially since the Hong Kong people insist on compliance with the 1984 Joint Declaration, which states that "Hong Kong's current economic and social systems and way of life will remain unchanged", as will almost all international actors, who value the economic privileges offered by Hong Kong.
But in a society where proletarian class consciousness and its political translation are virtually non-existent, and where the support of a communist government to a capitalist elite blurs the markers, the social uproar can only turn against the ruling establishment, namely the fraction of the bourgeoisie allied to Beijing.
This does not prevent social demands from being shy in the face of democratic and identity-based demands within our demonstrations. The dominant ideology of a society is often that of its dominant class, and the particular situation of Hong Kongers in the world and in history means that a significant proportion of the population absolutely rejects China and socialism, to which the liberal and democratic West and capitalism are preferred. Indeed, Hong Kong identity was formed in opposition to mainland China, sometimes artificially.
Since the middle of the 19th century, Hong Kong has been a refuge for hundreds of thousands of impoverished Chinese peasants, but also for the dispossessed social classes (warlords, bourgeoisie, mafias) and their lackeys. In the second half of the 20th century, as China was going through a turbulent period, Hong Kong experienced an economic boom and Hong Kong's elites were gradually given a certain economic role. The revolts and popular riots, violently repressed, forced the colonial autocracy to undertake a series of social reforms. After the 1984 joint declaration, retrocession became inevitable, and British foreign policy pushed the administration to undertake democratic reforms in order to strengthen Hong Kong's independence drive. In the 1990s, the integration of Hong Kong people into the colonial administration reinforced these feelings of identity.
Capitalism in Hong Kong is one of the wildest on the planet. The Hong Kong people are imbued with the ideology of their ruling class, which is itself imbued with colonial and Western influences. They were educated by British programs, and the younger ones were able to refuse Chinese patriotic history. They have access to a free press, and more importantly, students and the middle classes speak fluent English and have free access to the Internet, i.e. a huge flow of information mainly produced by the Western and Anglo-Saxon world. What Westerners perceive of China and socialism (an immensely negative picture), many Hong Kongers perceive just as much, if not more. It is therefore understandable that a significant part of Hong Kong's population is not related to mainland China and does not wish to assimilate into it. All you have to do is consult on YouTube the first "Hong Kong vlog" filmed by a Western traveller to understand that it is better to avoid addressing a Hong Konger by calling him "Chinese"...
All the evidence we have accumulated allows us to understand that these demonstrations can in no way be beneficial to the cause of workers in Hong Kong and mainland China. The orchestrators of these demonstrations are almost all of Beijing's assumed opponents, when they are not directly supported by American dollars and councils. They will be the main winners in this situation. The spontaneity of the movement (and remember that spontaneity is more a weakness than a strength) does not reveal a social base that would contradict the interests of these liberal anti-socialist and anti-Peijing groups. From a socialist point of view, the calls to support these demonstrations are only adventurous calls that prefer the very, very improbable hypothesis of the spontaneous and socialist uprising of workers in Hong Kong AND China rather than the preservation of the territorial integrity of the People's Republic of China in the face of imperialist and bourgeois attacks.
The 50-year period defined by the Joint Declaration must be a transition period that allows Beijing to respond to the political, national and economic challenges facing Hong Kong, so that the SAR and its population can one day be fully integrated into the People's Republic of China. The principle of "one country, two systems" will be preserved, but that does not mean responding to the injunctions of Western imperialism or Hong Kong petty-bourgeoisie to freeze Hong Kong in time in order to make it an outpost of the fight against China.
4) Against imperialism, for democracy
As for us communists outside China, we must reaffirm a genuine anti-imperialism. It is very sad to see that the broken record of bourgeoisie "democracy" still works as well as it did in Iraq, Libya, Syria, Venezuela, Ukraine, etc.
We communists love and fight for democracy. But that does not mean endorsing the naive and misleading rhetoric that legitimizes a billionaire businessman as the head of the world's leading power, an investment banker as the head of our France, and the diplomatic, economic and military forces of our nations contributing to hostile manoeuvres against sovereign states considered rival by our leaders.
The West wants to use Hong Kong to spread democracy across mainland China, but the Chinese do not have the same relationship to democracy as we do. The contexts are very different, but it would be difficult for us to prove that our democratic institutions are more effective than theirs when it comes to enabling the government of the people, by the people and for the people. The liberal conception of democracy was historically brought to them by foreign interference and military action. Even today, the "Chinese democratic movement" represents a seditious force, opposed to government and socialism, and directly supported by the capitalist West. This is perfectly demonstrated by the figure of Liu Xiaobo, an immense symbol of the "Chinese democratic movement", winner of the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010, and Chinese hero of the bourgeois-liberal world. An unconditional supporter of American war adventures in Vietnam, Korea and Iraq, Liu is the snowman of the West. A song of colonialism, Liu Xiaobo said that "if it took 100 years of colonization in Hong Kong to be what it is, then it takes 300 years of colonization for China to become like Hong Kong but I am not sure that 300 years would be enough". Claiming himself "pro-western" and "pro-US", he considers that "modernization is synonymous with total Westernization" and that "choosing to live means choosing the Western way of life. The difference between the Western and Chinese modes of government is the same as that between human and non-human, there is no compromise. Westernization is the choice not of the nation but of the human race. Unfortunately, Liu Xiobo is closer to the rule than the exception within the "Chinese democratic movement".
Democracy is a powerful watchword, an argument of authority that we believe cannot be challenged. If we are deeply committed to it, it is our duty to disassociate ourselves completely from the Atlantic masquerade, which transforms an honourable principle into a weapon of war. Otherwise, the democratic discourse will remain only a façade discourse, Eurocentric, chauvinistic and bellicose.
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