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What A Day: Plozma-ble Deniability by Brian Beutler & Crooked Media (08/25/20)

2020.08.26 14:41 kittehgoesmeow What A Day: Plozma-ble Deniability by Brian Beutler & Crooked Media (08/25/20)

"Free at last, free at last, thank God almighty I’m free at last." - Jerry Falwell, Jr., the MLK of resigning in disgrace over a sex scandal

A Night To Dismember

Night one of the Republican National Convention fused creepy demonstrations of devotion to Donald Trump, imaginary right-wing grievances, and approximately zero indication of how Republicans propose to suppress the coronavirus, fix the broken economy, or address any of the public’s myriad needs.
If you’re wondering how they intend to keep up this charade for four straight nights, the answer is “easily, and soon with an added dose of law-breaking.”
What does this parade of Trump family members, hardcore loyalists, and white resentment totems have to do with fixing the country’s spiraling crises? Absolutely nothing at all. And that’s the whole point. If Trump could boast about having responded even halfway competently to the coronavirus pandemic or ensuing economic collapse, he’d make that the centerpiece of his convention. What he’s arranged instead amounts to a quiet admission of his failure, and a recognition that his only hope for re-election is in making just enough people in just the right states angrier still about imaginary crises.

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Under The Radar

New York Attorney General Letitia James has asked a court to enforce subpoenas for documents and testimony she sent to the Trump Organization, including its titular head Eric Trump, pursuant to a wide-ranging civil investigation of the organization’s myriad alleged fraud schemes. Court documents suggest James has amassed evidence of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of financial improprieties, including the failure to report $100 million in loan forgiveness as income. The organization, including Eric, has followed the president’s lead in trying to stonewall the investigation with dilatory tactics and dubious and vague assertions of privilege. In her filings, James alludes to the existence of a federal criminal investigation of these same matters, apart from the Manhattan DA’s ongoing probe of the president’s fraudulent financial practices, raising speculation that Eric Trump has refused to testify to avoid implicating himself in criminal conspiracies. That speculative inference matches recent New York Times reporting on Trump’s other son Don Jr., who believes the family will be prosecuted if Trump loses in November.

What Else?

Police in Kenosha, WI, responded with violence after demonstrators protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake defied an 8 p.m. curfew and set fire to cars and buildings. Gov. Tony Evers (D-WI) has said he will call up more Wisconsin National Guard members.
FDA Commissioner Steven Hahn has acknowledged that he made inaccurate claims about the demonstrated effectiveness of convalescent plasma (pronounced: plasma) as a COVID-19 treatment, in comments that were seemingly meant to help President Trump politically.
After telling the Senate he’d had no contact with the Trump campaign, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy admitted to the House that he’d indeed got word to the Trump campaign that its attacks on the Postal Service were not helpful.
Jerry Falwell, Jr., resigned as president and chancellor of Liberty University after inadvertently letting it get out there that he and his wife are into cuckoldry (and also paying the men who cuckold him with Liberty University money). It’s a tale we couldn’t possibly have imagined up ourselves, and former Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA) has some important thoughts on the matter.
Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican QAnon-fanning House candidate from Georgia, also called the white supremacist march on Charlottesville a false flag operation. Naturally, Trump has invited her to watch him deliver his renomination speech at the White House on Thursday.
Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele has joined the anti-Trump Lincoln Project.
Hope Hicks made millions of dollars in the two years between her stints at the Trump White House, including via paid speaking gigs on Wall Street, making us question, for the very first time, whether her attacks on Hillary Clinton during the 2016 campaign were on the level. Anyhow, don’t give former Trump officials money.
Dunkin’ and Harpoon Brewery have joined forces to make such beverages as Harpoon Dunkin’ coffee porter, Harpoon Dunkin’ Boston kreme stout, and Harpoon Dunkin’ jelly donut IPA. It’s about fucking time.

You Gotta Be Fucking Kidding Me

The State Department official in charge of enforcing decorum and customs at official events when the U.S. hosts foreign dignitaries resigned amid complaints of workplace violence, drinking, and racist outbursts, according to a leaked internal watchdog report. The official, Sean Lawler, would “crack a horse whip in the office" placing officials who worked with him "in fear of physical harm.” Lawler also referred to a gay subordinate named Kyle as “Kylie,” took umbrage at Japanese diplomats who “looked like gay porn stars,” and referred to a group of Turkish nationals who visited his office as “dirty.” The report comes to light amid mounting evidence that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has had one department watchdog fired, and driven another from his job shortly thereafter, to conceal or pre-emptively cast doubt on the myriad corruption and workplace-misconduct scandals that have defined Pompeo’s tenure at the State Department.

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Is That Hope I Feel?

Senate Democrats’ Select Committee on the Climate Crisis has issued this HUGE report on the need for swift climate action and how to overcome the political forces arrayed against it. The report calls for net-zero emissions by 2050, and enjoys the backing of Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who has left the door open to abolishing the filibuster if necessary to pass climate legislation.
LeBron James’s anti voter-suppression initiative will partner with the NAACP Legal Defense Fund to spend millions of dollars to recruit poll workers who will staff black precincts in November.
The GoFundMe for Jacob Blake has raised over $1 million since Monday.
What Ady said.

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2020.07.27 18:16 CokeZ3ro Falcons 2020 Offseason Review

Hi, I’m u/CokeZ3ro and welcome to the Falcons’ 2020 Offseason review

Atlanta Falcons

2019 Record 7-9 (4-2 in division); 2nd Place in the NFC South
I’ll be starting off with a quick tl;dr for those who can’t read the whole post
Coaching Changes: Officially promoting the 2 Defensive coaches that saved the season, new TE Coach, and some minor stuff.
Free Agency: Todd Gurley and Dante Fowler were the biggest splashes. Otherwise we filled depth.
Draft: Filled a CB need with A.J. Terrell, supplied the DT pass rush with Marlon Davidson, filled depth.
Quick Roster Evaluation:
Now for the in-depth breakdown

Coaching Changes:

Defensive Coordinator: Raheem Morris
Would you believe it, Morris started the season coaching offense? The once Head Coach of the Buccaneers served as an assistant coach & wide receivers’ coach for the first half of the 2019 season. After the disastrous start to the season, one of the changes made was to move Morris over to Secondary Coach, where he shared defensive calling responsibility with Ben Ulrich. The benefits of that change (and others) were immediate. Over the final eight games, the team went 6-2 and the defense went from having the lowest amount of takeaways in the first half of the season (4) to finishing with the second-most in the NFL (16) after Week 9. The defense also vaulted from the bottom of the league rankings to the top 10 in sacks (32nd to 10th), scoring efficiency (32nd to 9th), and red zone efficiency (31st to 6th) over the final eight weeks of the season. As such, Quinn is keeping the coaching changes he made in place, with the hope we’ll see similar results for the whole season this year. Why Morris instead of Ulbrich? Morris was in charge of the potentially more difficult 3rd downplay calls this past season, and he has a long resume of defensive coaching that will enable him to naturally fill the role.
Assistant Head Coach/Linebackers: Jeff Ulbrich
While Ulbrich didn’t get DC, his efforts during the 2019 season were not unrewarded. Taking play calling responsibilities for a majority of defensive plays after the bye week, Ulbrich showed he was more than capable as a coach and strategist. The accolades that I gave to Morris earlier can just as well go to Ulbrich as well. This will be Ulbrich’s 6th year as Linebackers Coach, a stint that has provided the Falcons’ most consistent defensive unit in recent years.
Tight Ends Coach: Ben Steele After the retirement of Mike Mularkey in January, Steele was promoted up from Offensive Assistant. Steele is a veteran of Dirk Koetter’s offense, having worked under him as the Buccaneers’ Tight End Coach during the 2017 season. Credited as a contributing factor in Austin Hooper’s great season, Steele will now have the important responsibility of coaching a vastly different tight end group.
Defensive Line (Des)/Run Game Coordinator: Tosh Lupoi Last season Lupoi served as the Browns’ Defensive Line Coach. On the falcons he will specifically focus on defensive ends (Jess Simpson will coach Defensive Tackles more specifically this year).
Secondary/Defensive Pass Game Coordinator: Joe Whitt Jr. Another Cleveland coach, Whitt served in the same role last season at Cleveland.
Minor Changes: Aden Durde to Outside Linebacker Coach ; Chad Walker to Safeties Coach ; Danny Beyer as offensive assistant.
Overall Thoughts: The two biggest coaching “moves” basically happened during the season, the titles are just official now. The hope is that Quinn, Morris, and Ulbrich can once again find whatever defensive magic came to them in the 2nd half of the season. It was this change in the defense that “saved” the season, and prevented the whole structure from being torn down, so the pressure is certainly there. If the defense carries any similarity to last year’s finish, it will be one of the better defenses in the NFL. But if I’ve learned anything over the past couple of seasons, it’s that nobody can predict how the Falcons’ defense will play. Beyond defense, tight end is the most important coaching to watch. With Hooper’s departure, the position is an unknown, with the hope that Hayden Hurst will live up to his draft potential. Steele will hopefully play an important role in improving and integrating the group into the offense. Overall, it’s a much calmer coaching offseason than last year, with the hope that the energy from the end of last year will continue.

Re-signed Players

Player Position Contract
Younghoe Koo K 1-yr / $750,000
Keith Smith FB 3 yr / $4,300,000 / $1,950,000 Gtd
Tyeler Davison DT 3 yr / $12,000,000 / $4,550,00 Gtd
Brian Hill RB 5th Round Tender / $2,133,000
Sharrod Neasman S 1 yr / $950,000
Blindi Wreh-Wilson CB 1 yr. / $1,187,500 / $137,500 Gtd
Allen Bailey Defensive End 1 yr Extension / $4,500,000 / $3,250,000 Gtd
Re-sign Thoughts: Nothing too major or risky here. If Koo can keep up the highs of what he did last year, we should be in good shape (more onsides would be cool too). The others serve helpful depth roles that we’ll need this year. My one issue is with the size of Keith Smith’s contract, it feels pretty large for how much he contributed last season. But fullbacks are a dying commodity, so maybe there’s bigger plans for him.

Player Trades

Player Position Previous Team Trade Deal
Hayden Hurst TE Baltimore Ravens Hurst + 2020 4th for 2020 2nd + 2020 5th
Charles Harris DE Miami Dolphins Harris for 2021 7th
Trade Thoughts: With Austin Hooper’s departure, the Falcons were left with a greatly depleted group, and a huge question mark at the position. Hurst’s trade hoped to solve that question and profit off of the 1st round pick. Hurst is still an unknown however, since he did not see ample playing time in Baltimore thanks to the likes of Mark Andrews. If Hurst lives up to the potential that Baltimore drafted him for, the cost will have been well worth it, but the jury is still out. Harris is a low-cost attempt to put some depth into one of the teams most worrying positions. Nice if it pans out well, not too painful if it doesn’t.
Free Agent Signings
Player Position Previous Team Contract
LaRoy Reynolds ILB San Francisco 49ers 1 yr / $1,050,000
Laquon Treadwell WR Minnesota Vikings 1 yr / $910,000
Dante Fowler Jr. DE Los Angeles Rams 3 yr / $45,000,000 / $23,000,000 Gtd
Khari Lee TE Buffalo Bills (2018) 1 yr / $910,000
Edmond Robinson OLD New York Jets (2018) 1 yr / $750,000
Todd Gurley RB Los Angeles Rams 1 yr / $5,500,000 / $5,500,000 Gtd
Josh Hawkins CB Philadelphia Eagles 1 yr / $860,000
Deone Buccannon ILB Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1yr / $910,000
Free Agency Addition Thoughts: I would like to thank the Los Angeles Rams for our two splashiest signings. Both Gurley and Fowler will likely be the best players at their positions, and the team desperately needs them to at least perform averagely. If Fowler is able to put up the same numbers he did last season it would be a godsend to a struggling Falcons’ D-Line. While it’s likely that the Falcons will employ an RB Committee this year, Gurley’s skills will be vital in tough situations. Even a shadow of his former self would be the best RB on the team. If you hadn’t heard, Gurley and Treadwell’s signing complete an offense potentially composed entirely of 1st Round draft picks. I don’t expect the other signees to see the field much, but any depth is always appreciated.

Departures

Player Position Reason New Team
Alex Gray TE Waived Free Agent
ReShede Hageman DT Waived Free Agent
Vic Beasley DE Free Agency Tennessee Titans
Devonta Freeman RB Released Free Agent
Desmond Trufant CB Released Detroit Lions
Ty Sambrailo OT Released Tennessee Titans
Luke Stocker TE Released Free Agent
Austin Hooper TE Free Agency Cleveland
De’Vondre Campbell LB Free Agency Cardinals
Kenjon Barner RB Free Agency Free Agent
Departures Thoughts: Per usual this list features a mix of blown expectations, too expensive, and free agent losses. Hooper is probably the most painful loss, but he was going to be too expensive to re sign after his explosive season. Trufant’s release was inevitable sadly, he hasn’t played up to his 2015 level and the contract he earned. Unfortunately it leaves the cornerbacks without a veteran presence. Freeman was way too expensive for the pitiful numbers he’s put up recently. He has an intense injury bug, and hasn’t been that great when he was able to play. Campbell also sucks some since he was pretty decent at LB, he played a big role when Deion Jones was injured. The terror of Vic Beasley is finally over, but our DE position is still desperately weak.

2020 Draft

Round/Pick Player Position College
1.16 A.J. Terrell Cornerback Clemson
2.47 Marlon Davidson Defensive Tackle Auburn
3.78 Matt Hennessey Center Temple
4.119 Mykal Walker Linebacker Fresno State
4.134 Jaylinn Hawkins Safety California
7.228 Sterling Hofrichter Punter Syracuse
A.J. Terrell: While many fans were pining for a Defensive Tackle, Cornerback was a huge need after the release of Desmond Trufant. In typical Falcon’s fashion they drafted someone nobody had mocked them to. In Terrell Atlanta will gain a large, physical outside corner, capable of playing both man and zone. Terrell is great at both reading the quarterback, and being physically present over the receivers he covers. While he only faced 30 targets before the playoffs last year, he still earned First Team All-ACC. I’ll acknowledge his LSU game before someone else does. It wasn’t great, but nobody played well against Jamar Chase last season, and it was ultimately one day. If there are doubts on how he’ll play against good competition on the big stage, look no further than the previous national championship where he scored a Pick-6 against Tua. Somethings Terrell can improve on include improvements at the catch, and more physicality for NFL level play. Ultimately, while picking Terrell left questions on the D-Line, it filled a depleted cornerback group with a starting presence, and was debatably the best option available for them without a trade up. B
Marlon Davidson: While Derrick Brown attracted all the hype coming into the draft, it was actually Davidson who led the team in sacks (6.5-7.5 source dependent). Roughly a fourth of his tackles were for loss, as he and Brown dominated opposing lines. Ideally, Davidson will form a similar DT partnership with stalwart Grady Jarrett and give some bite to a lacking Falcons D-line. Davidson posses a great ability to penetrate opposing lines to disrupt the play, with tackles and sacks to boot. Furthermore, he also serves well to stand tall to halt runningbacks in their tracks. One worry of note is that Davidson played a decent amount of snaps as an edge player at Auburn. With Atlanta he’ll predominantly be lined up at tackle, especially given the defenses leaning towards 4-3, so he’ll need to adjust to that. This past draft was one deep at Defensive Tackle, and the Falcons have found a great partner for Jarrett. A
Matt Hennessey: Finally I can expand my gameday drinking options. But in all seriousness Hennessy serves to fill a need that doesn’t exist quite yet. This year is Alex Mack’s last season on contract with the Falcons, so the position is an unknown next year. Hennessey will train to potentially fill his role come next year and will compete for and play at Left Guard in the meantime (he played guard some in college). It may seem dubious with our commitment to the O-line through FA and the Draft last season, but Matt Ryan was sacked for a career high 48 times last season. More help is needed. Hennessey excels at moving quickly to his one or two assignments and will commit to extending the play beyond that point. He needs to work on his strength and size if he is to maintain a spot on the starting lineup. Ultimately, he’s a solid investment for the future, with benefits this season. And I really hope he pans out because his name is great. A-
Mykal Walker: After departures in the past season, Linebacker has become a thin position behind Deion Jones and Foye Oluokun. Walker has the size and strength to be good at the position. He displays position flexibility, playing both edge and inside linebacker in college. His movements remain somewhat stiff in comparison to what is needed, but there’s time to work on that. Walker will likely see both rotation at LB and special teams play. B
Jaylinn Hawkins: Speaking of position flexibility, Hawkins started at wide receiver, moved to cornerback, before finishing college at safety. Hawkins as good speed and does well to create turnovers, something the Falcons have been lacking. While he’s considered a reach in the 4th, he’ll fill in some much-needed safety depth, considering the injury history of Allen and Neal. Otherwise he’ll serve well on special teams. C+
Sterling Hofrichter: Hofrichter was brought in to give punter Ryan Allen some competition going into the season. Hofrichter was a 4-time Ray Guy award nominee, so he’s no schmuck himself, and was great at giving airtime. It’s low risk but begs the question why it couldn’t have been an UFDA signing. Oh well. C

Undrafted Free Agent Signings

CB Tyler Hall, DE Austin Edwards, DT Hinwa Allieu, FB Mikey Daniel, LB Jordan Williams, LB Ray Wilborn, DE Bryson Young, DT Sailosi Latu, C Austin Capps, CB Delrick Abrams, LT Hunter Atkinson, TE Caleb Repp, WR Jalen McCleskey, RT Scottie Dill, WR Chris Rowland, TE Jared Pinkney, CB Rojesterman Farris, OT Evin Ksiezarczyk, WR Juwan Green and OG Justin Gooseberry.

Training Camp Battles

RB2*: I put an apostrophe here because a lot will depend on who Gurley shapes up. While Gurley is presumed to be the important situation and 3rd down back, it’s less clear who will be the primary back to relieve him. And that of course is assuming there will be someone who stands out. The two primary candidates are Ito Smith and Brian Hill, who both performed serviceably last season behind Freeman. Quadree Ollison and UDFA Mikey Daniel serve as candidates for short yardage situations.
WR3&4: We have a lot of receivers. Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley are the obvious 1&2, but there’s less certainty after that. Russell Gage will most likely play as WR3, he was the best of the group last season. Behind him is an extensive list including: Laquon Treadwell, Olamide Zacchaeus, Christian Blake, Brandon Powell, Devin Gray, and Chris Roland; to name a few. It’s easily the deepest group on the team.
TE2: Unless things go terribly; Hayden Hurst will be the starting tight end. Jaeden Graham leads the charge of potential candidates for the backup spot. Graham was a UDFA who made the 53-man roster last season, so he has the most experience of any of the candidate. Graham’s competition includes Carson Meier, Jared Pinkey, and Caleb Repp.
LG: James Carpenter started 11 games at guard last year, which he played serviceably, but Quinn has indicated that there will be competition for the position. Hennessey is the main competition for the spot, even though center will be his long-term position. I would imagine they
DT2: This competition will be to determine the how often and the roles in which either Tyeler Davison or Marlon Davidson will play. Wow those last names will be confusing to hear. Davison has proven himself to be an asset to halting the run game, while Davidson provides a more potent pass rush. If Davidson is able to adapt to increased play as a run blocking DT, I could see him taking the starting spot later on in the season, but it’ll take some time.
LB Depth: Behind Deion Jones and Foye Oluokun the position is very untested. It’s likely rookie Mykal Walker will see playing time, but the 4th spot will be contentious. Contenders include LaRoy Reynolds, Ahmad Thomas, Edmond Robinson, and Jordan Williams.
Punter: Hell yeah, we have a punter fight. Ryan Allen started 8 games last year after Matt Bosher bit the bullet, but we’ve spent a draft pick on Sterling Hofrichter to challenge him. Supposedly, the ability to pin punts within the red zone will be a key factor in determining the starter. May the better punter win and do it for the culture.

Likely Starting Lineup

QB: Matt Ryan Even coming off a lesser season, Ryan remains one of the better Quarterbacks in the league. No issue here as long as the O-line doesn’t conspire to kill him again.
RB: Todd Gurley, kind of . Given the uncertainty around Gurley’s knee, he will be receiving a limited workload this season. So, while he may be the RB1 by all indications, he’s unlikely to put up any RB1 numbers, and the RB position will be committee based on most downs. Now if he found some of Russell Wilson’s magic water and is suddenly fine, then you could easily count him as RB1.
FB: Keith Smith I’ll say the same thing I said for Ricky Ortiz last year. It’s a hard life for Fullbacks in today’s NFL, and Smith is no Patrick DiMarco, he’s going to have to prove his worth.
TE: Hayden Hurst, Jaeden Smith You don’t spend the draft capital we did on Hurst and not start him, and he’s likely the best TE regardless. My bet is on Smith to earn the TE position, but his use will be limited.
WR: Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, Russell Gage Above the smorgasbord that is our WR depth, these three are set nicely within their roles. While Sanu is missed personally, his role is well filled by Gage, and Ridley continues to improve.
LT: Jake Matthews Last year Matthews was one of the best players on the line last year. He will continue to hold up the vital position.
LG: James Carpenter Carpenter has done decent in the past but he’s definitely facing pressure for his spot this year. Matt Hennessey may take the start later on, but I would bet on Carpenter starting with it, due to experience if anything.
C: Alex Mack Even after a down season last year, Mack is one of the most important players on the offense. Hopefully, his intelligent play will bring the offense back to glory.
RG: Chris Lindstrom When he was healthy Lindstrom proved he was more than capable of playing the position well. Now we can only hope he stays healthy this season.
RT: Kaleb McGary Last season McGary proved himself capable as an NFL tackle, winning the spot and performing decently enough with it, for the most part. However, McGary had an issue with giving up sacks (13, 1st according to PFF), a trend which must be nipped quickly.
DE: Dante Fowler, Takk McKinley This group will have to step up this year as the team has had poor sack numbers in recent years. This year is a contract year for McKinley, so hopefully that will drive some results. Fowler’s performance last year gives some hope, but ultimately, it’s unknown if he can sustain those numbers.
DT: Grady Jarret, Tyeler Davison I have no doubt in both Grady’s run stopping ability and his pass rush. I think at the start of the season Tyeler Davison will see play more often as Davidson works to improve. Especially with how unsure practice will be this season, Davison is the safer pick.
LB: Deion Jones, Foye Oluokun 2 great recent draft successes, Oluokun especially has risen and proven his worth in recent seasons. This should be a pretty good group if the injury bug leaves Deion alone.
CB: Kendall Sheffield, A.J. Terrell, Isiah Oliver Christ this is a young group. Sheffield and Oliver are both on their sophomore year, and Terrell is the shiny 1st round pick. As such, this is probably the greatest unknown on the entire team. Sheffield was surprisingly good last year (Those OSU corners are something else), Oliver had good flashes, and Terrell offer hopeful potential. Alternatively, they may all crumble to the harsh challenges of being a CB in the LOADED NFC South. Who knows?
S: Ricardo Allen, Keanu Neal, Demontae Kazee Allen is the brain of the defense and was vital to saving our secondary last season. Keanu would be great as a Strong Safety if his ACL didn’t fucking hate him. Furthermore, this is a contract year for him, so one would hope that he’ll try his ass off to make up for 2 lost seasons. Last time Kazee was at Safety he led the NFL in interceptions, which was pretty cool. I expect that Kazee will play corner roles (he played corner last year) occasionally in order to help out the younglings at CB.
P: Ryan Allen I expect Allen’s experience to help him win out the job, but it could easily go the other way.
K: Younghoe Koo Koo was pretty good as a place kicker when he came in last season, and his onside kicks are the stuff of legend . Unrelated, but at 2:37 in that video look at the top right of the screen and you’ll see my favorite thing from last season.
KR: Brandon Powell He returned kicks a few times for the lions.
Long Snapper: Josh HarrisHe’ll steal your girl if you aren’t careful.

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2020.07.02 20:10 HenryTheNoodle $50 Mystery Reds Ball - $5 Shipping

I don't know how much these are usually at the games, but Reds.com tells me this is a flash sale. Odds are you get the signature of a Bat Boy, but you could get Rose, Votto or Eric Davis. Funds benefit NAACP and the Reds Community Fund.
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2020.06.15 23:17 Cjh1998 Worst Injury Luck

So I’m currently booking New Japan in TEW 2020, we’re running through the BOSJ; the planed final was Robbie Eagles over Marty Scurll, after Robbie overcomes ELP in a winner take all match on the final night, he would then go on to face the Champion Ishimori, at Dominion, knocking off both of Bullet Clubs juniors while filling the star junior void in chaos left by Ospreay moving to the heavy weight division.
The other major story I’m running is a slow break up of Suzuki Gun; having pinned Naito in a tag match Suzuki is scheduled to face him at Dominion for both IC & Heavyweight titles. He’ll loose, and ZSJ will be at ring side; the once mighty Suzuki Gun, which has been shedding members, and loosing high profile matches looks weaker then ever. And so Zack, with his newly minted tag team champion partner Taichi (they’ll set to beat Tana & Ibushi on the same night) will forge a new splinter faction, along with Marty Scurll & Mike Bailey (who debuted and had a decent showing in BOSJ).
Scurll/Bailey vs. Kanemaru & El Desperado would feud over the junior tag titles, while Suzuki would constantly be harassed and haunted by ZSJ & Taichi.
My booking plans then had Zack go after Moxley’s Us title, while also in a tag title feud with GBH, also recruiting a returning Tomoyuki Oka, as his heavy which would eventually lead to a super alliance between the now humbled remnants of Suzuki Gun, GBH & Moxley; an alliance of badasses; with a big survivor series style match on night 1 of Wresltekingdom; junior Tag match, Suzuki vs Taichi, US title match between Zack & Moxley night 2.
So of course in the penultimate night of BOSJ, Robbie Eagles botches a move and injures El Desperado for 16 months (Spinal injury)
So now one of my major players in my A storyline is out for over a year... and no one wants to put over the guy who’s suppose to win the tournament & then the belt.
This is easily the worst injury luck I’ve ever had with TEW, was curious is anyone else has had horror stories similar to mine.
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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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2020.05.26 02:43 chvs666 WWE 2k19 PROGRESS: Chapters 72, 73, 74, 75 + News

Hello, everyone. I hope you all are safe and well.
Here's some results of my WWE 2k19 Universe Mode with PROGRESS Wrestling, and also some notes and news. If this layout isn't good enough I can try different stuff later. Hope you enjoy!
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PROGRESS CHAPTER #072: WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM
Live @ The Electric Ballroom (London, UK)
  1. Moonlight Express (MAO & Mike Bailey) d. CCK (Chris Brookes & Kid Lykos II)
  2. Cara Noir d. Carlos Romo, Kyle Fletcher, Lucky Kid, Travis Banks
  3. David Starr d. Daniel Garcia
  4. Jinny d. Session Moth Martina
  5. Ilja Dragunov d. Erick Stevens
  6. Daisuke Sekimoto d. Eddie Kingston
  7. PROGRESS Unified World Championship: Jonathan Gresham ©️ d. Tetsuya Endo
*Notes: Moonlight Express were granted a title shot at the next Chapter; Kid Lykos II got a minor injury after losing; Cara Noir got a minor injury after his victory; Jonathan Gresham successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 3rd time.

PROGRESS CHAPTER #073: RELAX IN YOUR FAVOURITE CHAIR
Live @ The Electric Ballroom (London, UK)
  1. PROGRESS Proteus Championship: Timothy Thatcher ©️ d. Paul Robinson
  2. Zoe Lucas d. Lizzy Styles
  3. T-Hawk d. Daniel Makabe
  4. PROGRESS World Tag Team Championship: Havoc & Haskins ©️ d. Moonlight Express
  5. OJMO d. Jonah Rock
  6. WALTER d. Orange Cassidy
  7. PROGRESS Womens World Championship: Sareee ©️ d. LuFisto
*Notes: Timothy Thatcher successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 18th time; First singles win for Zoe Lucas; Lizzy Styles debuts; Havoc & Haskins successfully defended the PROGRESS World Tag Team Championship for the 1st time, declared that they preferred to face CCK rather than Moonlight Express because CCK has something that Havoc & Haskins want, match made official for Chapter 75; OJMO declared #1 contender for the PROGRESS Unified World Championship; Orange Cassidy debuts, signed for two events only; Sareee successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 22nd time.

PROGRESS CHAPTER #074: ALWAYS TEN FEET TALL
Live @ The Electric Ballroom (London, UK)
  1. Millie McKenzie d. Sadie Gibbs
  2. Scotty Davis d. Dan Moloney
  3. Jordan Devlin d. Malik
  4. PROGRESS Proteus Championship: Timothy Thatcher ©️ d. Brody King
  5. Jinny d. Viper
  6. Bobby Gunns d. Hideki Suzuki
  7. PROGRESS Unified World Championship: Jonathan Gresham ©️ d. OJMO
*Notes: Sadie Gibbs returns to PROGRESS, first appearance since Chapter 35 (losing effort to Kris Statlander); Scotty Davis and Jordan Devlin back in singles action; Timothy Thatcher successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 19th time; Viper debuts in PROGRESS, loses to Jinny after interference from Laura di Matteo, promises revenge at all cost; Hideki Suzuki made his last PROGRESS appearance for a while, going back to Japan (debuted in Chapter 34 losing to Timothy Thatcher); Jonathan Gresham successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 4th time, declares himself partner of Chris Brookes to face Havoc & Haskins for the PROGRESS World Tag Team Championship, as Kid Lykos II got injured.

PROGRESS CHAPTER #075: THERE’S NO FUMBLE IN FOOTBALL
Live @ The Electric Ballroom (London, UK)
  1. Orange Cassidy d. Paul Robinson
  2. Nina Samuels d. Isla Dawn
  3. Travis Banks d. Mike Bailey
  4. Mark Andrews d. A-Kid, Blake Christian, Jonah Rock, Ligero, Royce Chambers
  5. Kay Lee Ray d. Jordynne Grace
  6. Chris Hero d. Davey Boy Smith, Jr.
  7. PROGRESS World Tag Team Championship: Havoc & Haskins ©️ d. CCK (Chris Brookes & Jonathan Gresham)
*Notes: Orange Cassidy made his last PROGRESS appearance, signed for two events only; Isla Dawn debuted in PROGRESS; Nina Samuels returns, first appearance since Chapter 33 (losing effort to Sareee); Jordynne Grace debuts, loses to Kay Lee Ray via Roll-Up, after Bea Priestley distracted her and a refused invite to join Oedo Tai; Davey Boy Smith, Jr. made his last PROGRESS appearance for a while, goes touring with AJPW; Havoc & Haskins successfully defended the PROGRESS Unified World Championship for the 2nd time, both Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins pinned the Unified World Champion at the same time, a triple threat is scheduled for the next Chapter.
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WOMENS DIVISION: Some departures, some arrivals, same champion. After some debuts, what's next for the womens division? Sareee still reigning in absolute shape and form. More debuts are expected for the next Chapters, as some other talents went on other tours.
LEGENDS: Puroresu legends Shinjiro Otani and Yuji Nagata are booked for future Chapters.
THE NEXT CHAPTER: For PROGRESS Chapter 76, "Real Friends", fans can expect a triple threat for the PROGRESS Unified World Championship between Jonathan Gresham, Jimmy Havoc and Mark Haskins, after following events; also booked for this event: PROGRESS Womens World Champion Sareee, Bea Priestley, Jordynne Grace, more TBA.
PROGRESS GOES TO USA PART II: PROGRESS is touring the United States again, now invading Las Vegas and the West Coast. Four shows in four different cities: Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle. Venues TBA. American fans can expect the best PROGRESS experience combined with talents from all over the world. Talent already announced: PROGRESS Unified World Champion* Jonathan Gresham, PROGRESS World Tag Team Champions Jimmy Havoc & Mark Haskins, PROGRESS Proteus Champion Timothy Thatcher, Alex Zayne, Blake Christian, Brody King, Chris Brookes, Paul Robinson, more TBA. ^((\Gresham is booked for the US tour but not guaranteed as the Unified World Champion, as he defends the title before the tour begins).)*
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  56. Human Communication in Society, 4th edition: Jess K. Alberts & Thomas K. Nakayama & Judith N. Martin
  57. Traditions and Encounters Vol 1 (History), 6th edition: Jerry Bentley
  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
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  114. Hydrology and Hydraulic Systems, 4th edition: Ram Gupta
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  186. The Changing Earth: Exploring Geology and Evolution, 7th Edition: James S. Monroe & Reed Wicander
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  198. Animal Physiology, 4th Edition: Richard W. Hill
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  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
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  212. Industrial Automated Systems: Instrumentation and Motion Control: Terry L.M. Bartelt
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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
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  227. Biochemistry: Concepts and Connections: Dean R. Appling & Spencer J. Anthony-Cahill
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  233. Marketing: the Core, 6th edition: Roger A. Kerin, Steven W. Hartley
  234. Development: Infancy Through Adolescence: Laurence Steinberg and Deborah Lowe Vandell
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  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
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  248. Global Issues: Politics, Economics, and Culture, 5th edition: Richard J. Payne
  249. FOCUS on Community College Success, 4th edition: Constance Staley
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  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
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  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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  269. Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years (Early Childhood Education Series): Judy Harris Helm & Lilian G. Katz
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  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
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  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
  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
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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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  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
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  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
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  313. Accounting Controls Guidebook: Third Edition: A Practical Guide: Steven Bragg
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  315. Exploring Psychology in Modules, 10th edition: David Myers & Nathan Dewall
  316. The Human Body in Health and Illness, 5th edition: Barbara Herlihy
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  331. Essentials of Meteorology: An Invitation to the Atmosphere, 7th edition: C. Donald Ahrens
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  296. Clinical Anesthesia Procedures of the Massachusetts General Hospital, 9th Edition: Richard M. Pino
  297. Calculus, 11th Edition: Ron Larson &, Bruce H. Edwards
  298. The Process of Parenting, 9th edition: Jane B. Brooks
  299. Doing History: Investigating with Children in Elementary and Middle Schools, 5th Edition: Linda S. Levstik & Keith C. Barton
  300. Software Engineering: Modern Approaches, 2nd Edition: Eric J. Braude & Michael E. Bernstein
  301. Mastering Multiple Choice for Federal Civil Procedure MBE Bar Prep and 1L Exam Pre (Career Guides) ,1st Edition: William Janssen & Steven Baicker-McKee
  302. Writing Papers in the Biological Sciences, 5th edition: Victoria E. McMillan
  303. EARTH 2 (New, Engaging Titles from 4LTR Press), 2nd Edition: Mark Hendrix & Graham R. Thompson
  304. The Family Diversity, Inequality, and Social Change, 2nd Edition: Philip N. Cohen
  305. Electric Circuits, 11th Edition: James W. Nilsson & Susan Riedel
  306. Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective, 4th Edition: Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler
  307. Animal Behavior, 11th Edition: Dustin R. Rubenstein & John Alcock
  308. Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques Using SAS, 3rd Edition: Ron Cody
  309. Molecular Biology: Principles of Genome Function, 2nd Edition: Nancy Craig &, Rachel Green &, Carol Greider & Gisela Storz & Cynthia Wolberger & Orna Cohen-Fix
  310. The Cell: A Molecular Approach, 8th Edition: Geoffrey Cooper
  311. Fundamentals of Business Organizations for Paralegals, 5th Edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  312. Traditions & Encounters: A Brief Global History Volume 2, 4th Edition: Jerry Bentley & Herbert Ziegler & Heather Streets
  313. The Environment and You, 3rd Edition: Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege &, Justin St. Juliana
  314. International Relations, 7th Brief Edition: Jon C. W. Pevehouse & Joshua S. Goldstein
  315. Understanding Motivation and Emotion, 7th Edition: Johnmarshall Reeve
  316. Making Connections in Elementary and Middle School Social Studies, 2nd Edition: Andrew P. Johnson
  317. Literacies, 2nd Edition: Mary Kalantzis & Bill Cope & Eveline Chan & Leanne Dalley-Trim
  318. Scientific American Nutrition for a Changing World with 2015 Dietary Guidelines, 1st Edition: Jamie Pope & Steven Nizielski &, Alison McCook
  319. Personal Finance (8th Edition) (What's New in Finance), 8th Edition: Arthur J. Keown
  320. Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement, 2nd edition: Ceri B. Dean & Elizabeth Ross Hubbell & Howard Pitler & Bj Stone
  321. BUSN (with MindTap Business, 1 Term (6 Months) Printed Access Card), 11th Edition: Marcella Kelly
  322. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness: An Introductory Guide for Health Care Professionals, 1st Edition: Henry Lamberton & Siroj Sorajjakool
  323. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making, 5th Canadian Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso & Ibrahim M. Aly
  324. Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, 7th Edition: Derald Wing Sue & David Sue
  325. Marketing Strategy: Based on First Principles and Data Analytics, 1st Edition: Robert W. Palmatier & Shrihari Sridhar
  326. The National Security Enterprise: Navigating the Labyrinth, 2nd Edition: Roger Z. George &, Harvey Rishikof
  327. High-Acuity Nursing, 6th Edition: Kathleen Dorman Wagner & Melanie Hardin-Pierce
  328. Value-Driven Project Management, 1st edition: Harold Kerzner & Frank P. Saladis
  329. Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, 2nd Edition: Jim Robert Highsmith
  330. Business Analytics, 3rd Edition: Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran & Michael J. Fry & Jeffrey W. Ohlmann & David R. Anderson
  331. Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Christin M. Jungers &, Judith Scott & John C. Boylan
  332. Economics, 11th Edition: Stephen L Slavin
  333. Ethics in Information Technology, 6th Edition : George Reynolds
  334. Corporate Finance, 10th Edition : Stephen Ross & Randolph W. Westerfield
  335. Health Industry Communication: New Media, New Methods, New Message, 2nd Edition: Nancy Hicks & Christina Nicols
  336. CompTIA CySA+ Study Guide Exam CS0-001, 1st Edition: Mike Chapple & , David Seidl
  337. Cultural Humility Engaging Diverse Identities in Therapy: Joshua N Hook &, Don Davis & Jesse Owen & Cirleen DeBlaere
  338. The History of Texas, 5th Edition: Robert A. Calvert & Arnoldo De Leon &, Gregg Cantrell
  339. Stress Management: A Wellness Approach, 1st Edition: Nanette E Tummers
  340. Effectively Managing and Leading Human Service Organizations, 4th Edition: Ralph Brody & , Murali Nair
  341. College Stress Solutions: Stress Management Techniques to Beat Anxiety, Make the Grade, Enjoy the Full College Experience: Kelci Lynn Lucier
  342. Cognitive Neuroscience, 4th Edition: Marie T. Banich & Rebecca J. Compton
  343. Canadian Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management, 10th edition : Wesley Balderson & Peter Mombourquette
  344. Straightforward Statistics, 1st Edition : Chieh-Chen Bowen
  345. Step by Step to College and Career Success, 7th Edition: John N. Gardner &, Betsy O. Barefoot
  346. The Goal: A Process of Ongoing Improvement, 30th Aniversary edition: Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox
  347. The Toyota Way Fieldbook: A Practical Guide for Implementing Toyota's 4Ps, 1st Edition: Jeffrey Liker & David Meier
  348. Six Sigma For Managers (Briefcase Books Series), 1st Edition: Greg Brue
  349. How Things Work: The Physics of Everyday Life, 5th Edition: Louis A. Bloomfield
  350. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  351. Deviant Behavior, 11th Edition: Alex Thio &, Jim D. Taylor & Martin D. Schwartz
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  1. Programming Massively Parallel Processors: A Hands-on Approach, 2nd Edition: David B. Kirk & Wen-mei W. Hwu
  2. The Environmental Case Translating Values Into Policy, 4th Edition: Judith A. Layzer
  3. Organic Chemistry: Principles and Mechanisms, 2nd Edition: Joel Karty
  4. Excursions in World Music, 7th Edition: Bruno Nettl & Timothy Rommen
  5. Data Modeling and Database Design, 2nd Edition: Narayan S. Umanath & Richard W. Scamell
  6. Ethics and Professional Responsibility for Paralegals, 8th Edition: Therese A. Cannon
  7. Conducting Research in Psychology Measuring the Weight of Smoke, 5th Edition: Brett W. Pelham &, Hart C. Blanton
  8. Understanding and Managing Diversity: Readings, Cases, and Exercises, 6th Edition: Carol Harvey & M. June Allard
  9. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics: An Applied Introduction, 5th Edition: Ralph P. Grimaldi
  10. Writing about Writing, 3rd Edition : Elizabeth Wardle & Douglas Downs
  11. Services Marketing:People, Technology, Strategy, 8th Edition: Jochen Wirtz & Christopher Lovelock
  12. The Doctor of Nursing Practice Essentials, 3rd Edition: Mary Zaccagnini & Kathryn White
  13. Essentials of Contemporary Management, 8th Edition: Gareth Jones
  14. Fundamentals of Investments Valuation and Management, 8th Edition: Bradford Jordan &, Thomas Miller & Steve Dolvin
  15. Schaechter's Mechanisms of Microbial Disease, 5th North American Edition: N. Cary Engleberg & Terence Dermody & Victor DiRita
  16. Social Psychology, 9th Edition: Saul Kassin & Steven Fein & Hazel Rose Markus
  17. Intelligence: From Secrets to Policy, 7th Edition: Mark M. Lowenthal
  18. Fitness and Health, 7th Edition: Brian J. Sharkey & Steven Gaskill
  19. How to Write an Autobiographical Novel: Essays, 1st Edition: Alexander Chee
  20. The Politics of Injustice: Crime and Punishment in America, 2nd Edition: Katherine Beckett & Theodore Sasson
  21. Media and Crime (Key Approaches to Criminology), 3rd Edition: Yvonne Jewkes
  22. Social Marketing: Changing Behaviors for Good, 5th Edition: Nancy R. Lee & Philip Kotler
  23. Successful Project Management, 7th Edition: Jack Gido & Jim Clements & Rose Baker
  24. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Windows 10: Intermediate, 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Eric Schmieder
  25. Hamric and Hanson's Advanced Practice Nursing An Integrative Approach, 6th Edition,: Mary Fran Tracy & Eileen T. O'Grady
  26. The Basics of Social Research, 7th Edition: Earl R. Babbie
  27. Framework for Marketing Management, 6th Edition: Philip T. Kotler &, Kevin Lane Keller
  28. Bank Management, 8th Edition: Timothy W. Koch & S. Scott MacDonald
  29. The Female Offender: Girls, Women, and Crime, 3rd Edition: Meda Chesney-Lind & Lisa J. Pasko
  30. The Criminalization of Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity for the Justice System, 2nd Edition: Risdon N. Slate & Jacqueline K. Buffington-Vollum & W. Wesley Johnson
  31. Precalculus: Concepts Through Functions, A Right Triangle Approach to Trigonometry, 3rd Edition: Michael Sullivan & , Michael Sullivan III
  32. Linear Algebra (Cambridge Mathematical Textbooks), 1st Edition: Elizabeth S. Meckes & Mark W. Meckes
  33. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 3rd Edition: Gregory J. Privitera
  34. Sensation & Perception, 5th Edition: Jeremy M. Wolfe & Keith R. Kluender &, Dennis M. Levi & Linda M. Bartoshuk & Rachel S. Herz & Roberta L. Klatzky & Daniel M. Merfeld
  35. Property Law Rules Policies and Practices, 7th Edition : Joseph William Singer & Bethany R. Berger & Nestor M. Davidson & Eduardo Moises Penalver
  36. Ethical Dimensions in the Health Professions, 6th Edition: Ruth B. Purtilo & Regina F. Doherty
  37. Criminal Behavior A Psychological Approach, 11th Edition: Curt R. Bartol & Anne M. Bartol
  38. The African Experience, 4th Edition: Vincent B. Khapoya
  39. Juvenile Justice A Social, Historical, and Legal Perspective, 4th Edition: R. Scott Ryder & R. Scott Ryder
  40. An Advocate Persuades, 1st Edition: Joan M. Rocklin & Robert B. Rocklin & Christine Coughlin &, Sandy Patrick
  41. Cengage Advantage A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals , 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  42. Practical Program Evaluations: Getting from Ideas to Outcomes, 1st Edition: Gerald Andrews Emison
  43. Signals and Systems, 2nd Edition: Simon Haykin & Barry Van Veen
  44. Adobe Photoshop CC Classroom in a Book (2018 release): Andrew Faulkner & Conrad Chavez
  45. Homeland Security and Terrorism, 2nd Edition: Larry K Gaines
  46. Philosophy of Mind: A Beginner's Guide, 1st Edition: Ian Ravenscroft
  47. Oracle SQL By Example, 4th Edition: Alice Rischert
  48. Global Business Today, 5th canadian edition : Charles W. L. Hill & Thomas McKaig
  49. Cognitive Psychology: Connecting Mind, Research and Everyday Experience with Coglab Manual, 3rd Edition: E. Goldstein
  50. Murach's SQL Server 2016 for Developers: Joel Murach & Bryan Syverson
  51. Pursuing Sustainability: A Guide to the Science and Practice, 1st Edition: Pamela Matson &, William C. Clark &, Krister Andersson
  52. Sustainability Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition: Margaret Robertson
  53. Agribusiness Management (Routledge Textbooks in Environmental and Agricultural Economics Book 14), 5th Edition: Freddie L. Barnard & Jay T. Akridge & Frank J. Dooley & John C. Foltz & Elizabeth A. Yeager
  54. Operations and Supply Chain Management (Mcgraw-hill Education), 15th Edition: F. Robert Jacobs & Richard B Chase
  55. Emotion, 3rd Edition: Michelle N. Shiota & James W. Kalat
  56. Designing the User Interface - Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction,6th Edition: Ben Shneiderman & Catherine Plaisant &, Maxine Cohen & Steven Jacobs & Niklas Elmqvist & Nicholas Diakopoulos
  57. Family Therapy: History, Theory, and Practice, 7th Edition: Samuel T. Gladding
  58. Elementary and Intermediate Algebra, 5th Edition: Alan S. Tussy & R. David Gustafson
  59. The Information Revolution and World Politics (New Millennium Books in International Studies) : Elizabeth Hanson
  60. Van De Graaff's Photographic Atlas for the Biology Laboratory, 8th Edition: Byron J. Adams &, John L. Crawley
  61. Fundamental Managerial Accounting Concepts, 8th Edition: Thomas P Edmonds &, Christopher Edmonds &, Bor-Yi Tsay &, Philip R Olds
  62. The Solar System, 9th Edition: Michael A. Seeds & Dana E. Backman
  63. US: A Narrative History Volume 1 To 1877, 7th Edition: James West Davidson & Brian DeLay &, Christine Leigh Heyrman & Mark H Lytle &, Michael B Stoff
  64. A Creative Approach to Music Fundamentals, 11th Edition: William Duckworth
  65. Children, 14th Edition : John Santrock
  66. Leading Procurement Strategy , 1st Edition: Carlos Mena
  67. Real Communication, 4th Edition: Dan O'Hair &, Mary Weimann & Dorothy Imrich Mullin & Jason Teven
  68. Community Mental Health: Challenges for the 21st Century, 2nd Edition: Samuel J. Rosenberg & Jessica Rosenberg
  69. A Primer For ICD-10-CM Users: Psychological and Behavioral Conditions: Carol D. Goodheart
  70. Numbers, Groups and Codes, 2nd edition: J. F. Humphreys
  71. Human Diseases, 4th Edition: Marianne Neighbors & Ruth Tannehill-Jones
  72. An Introduction to Analysis, 4th Edition : William R. Wade
  73. Contemporary China: Society and Social Change, 1st Edition: Tamara Jacka
  74. TExES ELAR 7-12 Study Guide: Test Prep for the TExES 231 English Language Arts and Reading Exam: Test Prep Books
  75. What Every Mental Health Professional Needs to Know About Sex, 1st Editio: Stephanie Buehler
  76. Algebra & Trigonometry, 10th Edition: Ron Larson
  77. The Psychology of Sex and Gender, 1st Edition: Jennifer Katherine Bosson & Joseph Alan Vandello & Camille E. Buckner
  78. Probability, Statistics, and Random Signals, 1st Edition : Charles Boncelet
  79. Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills: A Nursing Process Approach, 5th North American Edition: Pamela Lynn
  80. Human Relations, 6th Edition: Lowell Lamberton & Leslie Minor-Evans
  81. Cengage Advantage Books: Fundamentals of Business Law Today: Summarized Cases, 10th Edition: Roger LeRoy Miller
  82. Human Anatomy, 8th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb & Patricia Brady Wilhelm & Jon B. Mallatt
  83. Food and Beverage Cost Control, 6th Edition: Lea R. Dopson & David K. Hayes
  84. Essentials of Statistics for Business and Economics, 8th Edition: David R. Anderson &, Dennis J. Sweeney & Thomas A. Williams &, Jeffrey D. Camm &, James J. Cochran
  85. Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium: Douglas S. Massey & Joaquin Arango & Graeme Hugo &, Ali Kouaouci &, Adela Pellegrino & J. Edward Taylor
  86. Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, 4th edition: Mindy Stombler &, Dawn M. Baunach &, Wendy Simonds &, Elroi J. Windsor &, Elisabeth O. Burgess
  87. INFANTS TODDLERS & CAREGIVERS:CURRICULUM RELATIONSHIP ,11th Edition: Janet Gonzalez-Mena & Dianne Widmeyer Eyer
  88. Computer Science Illuminated, 6th Edition: Nell Dale and John Lewis
  89. Read, Reason, Write, 12th Edition : Dorothy Seyler
  90. Gender Ideas, Interactions, Institutions, 2nd Edition: Lisa Wade &, Myra Marx Ferree
  91. Child Development From Infancy to Adolescence: An Active Learning Approach, 1st Edition: Laura E. Levine & Joyce Munsch
  92. CFIN (with MindTap Finance, 1 term (6 months) Printed Access Card), 6th Edition: Scott Besley & Eugene Brigham
  93. How Children Develop, 5th Canadian Edition: Robert S. Siegler &, Jenny Saffran &, Elizabeth Gershoff & Susan Graham
  94. Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for the NCLEX-PN® Exam (Mosby's Comprehensive Review of Practical Nursing for Nclex-Pn), 17th Edition: Mary O. Eyles
  95. Health Care Regulation in America: Complexity, Confrontation, and Compromise, 1st Edition: Robert I. Field
  96. Introduction to Management Science, 13th edition : Bernard W. Taylor
  97. A Practical Guide to Appellate Advocacy (Aspen Coursebook Series), 5th Edition: Mary Beth Beazley
  98. The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Irvin D. Yalom & Molyn Leszcz
  99. Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 9th Edition: Joycelyn M. Pollock
  100. What's That Sound?: An Introduction to Rock and Its History, 5th Edition: John Covach & Andrew Flory
  101. Groups Process and Practice , 10th Edition: Marianne Schneider & Gerald Corey & Cindy Corey
  102. Intermediate Accounting, 2nd Edition : Elizabeth A. Gordon & Jana S. Raedy & Alexander J. Sannella
  103. Multicultural Psychology, 2nd Edition: Pamela Balls Organista & Gerardo Marin & Kevin M. Chun
  104. Abortion Rights: For and Against: Kate Greasley & Christopher Kaczor
  105. Educational Psychology Active Learning Edition (What';s New in Ed Psych Tests & Measurements), 13th Edition: Anita Woolfolk
  106. Introduction to Teaching: Becoming a Professional, 6th Edition: Don Kauchak & Paul Eggen
  107. Foundations of Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper and Kelly Gosnell
  108. Adult Health Nursing, 8th Edition: Kim Cooper & Kelly Gosnell
  109. Why Politics Matters An Introduction to Political Science, 2nd Edition : Kevin L. Dooley
  110. Construction Estimating Using Excel (What';s New in Trades & Technology), 3rd Edition: Steven J. Peterson
  111. Strategic Management: Theory & Cases: An Integrated Approach, 11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill & Gareth R. Jones & Melissa A. Schilling
  112. Management of Human Resources: The Essentials, 5th Canadian Edition: Gary Dessler,& Nita Chhinzer, & Gary L. Gannon
  113. Moral Philosophy: A Reader, 4th Edition: Louis P. Pojman & Peter Tramel
  114. Criminal Law: The Essentials, 3rd Edition: Sue Titus Reid
  115. Introduction to Collective Behavior and Collection Action, 3rd Edition: David L. Miller
  116. Foods: Experimental Perspectives, 8th Edition: Margaret Emeritus McWilliams
  117. Gray's Anatomy for Students Flash Cards E-Book, 3rd Edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam W. M. Mitchell
  118. Psychology: A Concise Introduction, 4th Edition: Richard A. Griggs
  119. Trigonometry A Unit Circle Approach, 10th Edition: Michael Sullivan
  120. An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition: An Introduction to Six Sigma and Process Improvement, 2nd Edition
  121. Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN- Examination, 7th Edition: Linda Anne Silvestri & , Angela Silvestri
  122. Genetic Analysis: An Integrated Approach, 3rd Edition: Mark F. Sanders &, John L. Bowman
  123. Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy: From Thales to Aristotle, 5th Edition: S. Marc Cohen & Patricia Curd & C. D. C. Reeve
  124. The Economics of Managerial Decisions (What's New in Economics), 1st Edition: Roger Blair & Mark Rush
  125. Unity 2018 Game Development in 24 Hours, Sams Teach Yourself, 3rd Edition: Mike Geig
  126. Culinology: The Intersection of Culinary Art and Food Science, 1st Edition: Research Chefs Association
  127. Proslogion: With the Replies of Gaunilo and Anselm (Hackett Classics): Anselm & Thomas Williams
  128. On Free Choice of the Will (Hackett Classics): Augustine & Thomas Williams
  129. Theaetetus: Plato & Bernard Williams & Myles Burnyeat
  130. Biology: Science for Life with Physiology, 6th Edition; Colleen Belk
  131. Laches and Charmides: Plato & Rosamond Kent Sprague
  132. Introduction to Criminal Justice: Practice and Process, 3rd Edition: Peak Kenneth J. &, Madensen Tamara D.
  133. Psychological Science, 6th Edition : Michael Gazzaniga
  134. Gray's Anatomy for Students, 3rd edition: Richard Drake & A. Wayne Vogl & Adam Mitchell
  135. Evolution, 4th Edition: Douglas J. Futuyma & Mark Kirkpatrick
  136. American Corrections, 12th Edition: Todd R. Clear & Michael D. Reisig & George F. Cole
  137. Psychology in Action, 12th Edition: Karen Huffman & Katherine Dowdell & Catherine A. Sanderson
  138. Criminal Procedure, 4th Edition: Matthew Lippman
  139. Living Democracy, 2016 Presidential Election Edition; Daniel M. Shea & Joanne Connor Green & Christopher E. Smith
  140. Social Media for Strategic Communication: Creative Strategies and Research-Based Applications, 1st Edition; Karen Freberg
  141. E-marketing, 8th Edition: Raymond D. Frost &, Alexa Fox &, Judy Strauss
  142. Beginning and Intermediate Algebra with P.O.W.E.R. Learning, 4th Edition: Sherri Messersmith
  143. Foundations of Marketing, 8th Edition: William M. Pride & O. C. Ferrell
  144. Criminal Justice Today An Introductory Text for the 21st Century, 15th Edition: Frank Schmalleger
  145. Discourse Analysis: Putting Our Worlds into Words, 1st Edition: Susan Strauss &, Parastou Feiz
  146. Essentials of Patient Education, 2nd Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  147. General,Organic,and Biological Chemistry: Structures of Life, 6th Edition : Karen Timberlake
  148. Systems Analysis and Design, 7th Edition : Alan Dennis & Barbara Haley Wixom &, Roberta M. Roth
  149. Ethics and the Conduct of Business, 8th edition: John R Boatright & Jeffery Smith
  150. The Practice of Chinese Medicine: The Treatment of Diseases with Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs, 2nd Edition: Giovanni Maciocia
  151. Media Writer’s Handbook.: A Guide to Common Writing and Editing Problems, 6th edition: George Arnold
  152. Psychology, 4th Canadian Edition : Daniel L. Schacter & Daniel T. Gilbert &, Matthew K. Nock &, Ingrid Johnsrude &, Daniel M. Wegner
  153. Becoming a Helper, 7th Edition : Marianne Schneider Corey & Gerald Corey
  154. Management Information Systems, 4th Edition : R. Kelly Rainer & Brad Prince &, Hugh J. Watson
  155. Principles of Managerial Finance, 15th Edition: Chad J. Zutter & Scott B. Smart
  156. Excellence in Business Communication, 11th Edition: John V. Thill &, Courtland L. Bovee
  157. People Skills for Public Managers, 1st Edition: Suzanne Mccorkle & Stephanie Witt
  158. ECGs Made Easy, 6th Edition,: Barbara J Aehlert
  159. Pharmaceutical Calculations, 5th Edition: Maria Glaucia Teixeira & Joel L. Zatz
  160. California Politics: A Primer, 5th Edition: Renee B. Van Vechten
  161. Medical Language for Modern Health Care, 4th Edition: Rachel Basco David Allan
  162. Plant Biology, 1st Edition: Nicholas Harberd &, Jonathan Jones & Alison M. Smith & George Coupland & Liam Dolan
  163. Business Communication, 16th Edition : Carol M. Lehman & Debbie D. DuFrene
  164. The Challenge of Politics: An Introduction to Political Science, 5th Edition: Neal Riemer &, Douglas W. Simon &, Joseph Romance
  165. Organic Chemistry, 12th edition : Craig B. Fryhle & Scott A. Snyder,
  166. Macroscale and Microscale Organic Experiments, 6th edition : Kenneth L. Williamson & Katherine M. Masters
  167. Dissertations and Theses From Start to Finish: Psychology and Related Fields, 2nd Edition,: John D. Cone &, Sharon L. Foster
  168. Introduction to Statistical Data Analysis for the Life Sciences, 2nd Edition: Claus Thorn Ekstrom &, Helle Sørensen
  169. Murach's C# 2015, 6th Edition: Anne Boehm & Joel Murach
  170. Precalculus: Mathematics for Calculus, 6th Edition: James Stewart & Lothar Redlin & Saleem Watson
  171. Management Information Systems, 3rd Edition: R. Kelly Rainer & Brad Prince & Hugh J. Watson
  172. Discovering the Scientist Within Research Methods in Psychology, 2nd Edition: Gary W. Lewandowski, Jr.; Natalie J. Ciarocco; David B Strohmetz
  173. American Pageant, 16th Edition: David M. Kennedy &, Lizabeth Cohen
  174. Understanding Human Communication, 13th Edition : Ronald B. Adler
  175. The Graphic Designer's Digital Toolkit: A Project-Based Introduction to Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud, Illustrator Creative Cloud & InDesign Creative Cloud , 7th Edition: Allan Wood
  176. A History of Psychology: A Global Perspective, 2nd Edition: Eric Shiraev
  177. Advanced Digital Design with the Verilog HDL, 2nd Edition: Michael D. Ciletti
  178. Molecular Biotechnology: Principles and Applications of Recombinant DNA, 5th Edition: Bernard R. Glick & Cheryl L. Patten
  179. Fundamentals of Plant Physiology, 1st Edition: Lincoln Taiz; Eduardo Zeiger; Ian Max M?ller; Angus Murphy
  180. Communication Skills in Pharmacy Practice: A Practical Guide for Students and Practitioners, 6th Edition: Robert S. Beardsley &, Carole L. Kimberlin &, William N. Tindall
  181. Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology, 6th Edition: Connie Allen &, Valerie Harper
  182. Humanity: An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 11th Edition: James Peoples &, Garrick Bailey
  183. Investigating Social Problems, 2nd Edition: A. Javier Trevino
  184. Calculus , 3rd Edition: William L. Briggs &, Lyle Cochran &, Bernard Gillett & Eric Schulz
  185. File System Forensic Analysis, 1st Edition: Brian Carrier
  186. Security Program and Policies: Principles and Practices , 2nd Edition: Greene Sari
  187. Security Policies and Implementation Issues, 2nd Edition: Robert Johnson
  188. Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology, 9th Edition: Frank E. Hagan
  189. Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment: Eleanor Clift
  190. For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch-Hunts, and the End of Slavery: Rodney Stark
  191. Ethics for the Legal Professional, 8th Edition: Deborah K. Orlik
  192. Essentials of Accounting for Governmental and Not-for-Profit Organizations, 13th Edition: Paul A. Copley
  193. Management Communication, 5th edition : James S. O';Rourke
  194. Employee Benefits: A Primer for Human Resource Professionals, 6th Edition: Joseph J. Martocchio
  195. Advocacy and Opposition: An Introduction to Argumentation, 7th Edition: Karyn Charles Rybacki &, Donald Jay Rybacki
  196. Foundations of Algorithms, 5th Edition : Richard Neapolitan
  197. Legal Environment of Business: Online Commerce, Ethics, and Global Issues, 8th Edition: Henry R. Cheeseman
  198. Macroeconomics (Pearson Series in Economics), 5th Edition: R. Glenn Hubbard &, Anthony Patrick O'Brien
  199. Cognitive Science: An Introduction to the Science of the Mind, 2nd Edition: José Luis Bermúdez
  200. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 6th Edition: Dennis G. Zill
  201. The Micro Economy Today, 15th Edition: Bradley Schiller
  202. Cultural Intelligence: Surviving and Thriving in the Global Village, 3rd Edition: David C. Thomas & Kerr C. Inkson
  203. NCLEX-PN Prep 2018: Practice Test + Proven Strategies: Kaplan Nursing
  204. Public Administration: An Introduction, 2nd Edition: Marc Holzer &, Richard W Schwester
  205. Project Management for Engineering and Technology, 1st Edition: David L. Goetsch
  206. Madeline Hunter′s Mastery Teaching, Updated Edition: Robin Hunter
  207. Brain Matters: Translating Research into Classroom Practice , 2nd Edition: Patricia Wolfe
  208. The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction (Professional Development), 1st Edition: Robert J. Marzano
  209. MKTG, 12th Edition: Charles W. Lamb
  210. Cultural Anthropology: An Applied Perspective, Canadian Edition: Gary Ferraro & Susan Andreatta
  211. Strategic Market Management, 11th Edition: David A. Aaker &, Christine Moorman
  212. American Government: Stories of a Nation, Brief 1st Edition: Scott F. Abernathy
  213. Business Statistics: Communicating with Numbers, 3rd Edition: Sanjiv Jaggia
  214. Mirror for Humanity: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 11th Edition: Conrad Phillip Kottak
  215. Motivation and Learning Strategies for College Success A Focus on Self-Regulated Learning, 5th Edition: Myron H. Dembo & Helena Seli
  216. C++ Plus Data Structures, 6th Edition: Nell Dale &, Chip Weems &, Tim Richards
  217. Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 5th edition: Mackenzie Davis &, David Cornwell
  218. IR: International, Economic, and Human Security in a Changing World, 3rd Edition: James M. Scott & Ralph G. Carter &, A. Cooper Drury
  219. Higher Education Law Policy and Perspectives, 2nd Edition: Klinton W. Alexander & Kern Alexander
  220. The Making of America's Culture Regions: Richard L. Nostrand
  221. Racial and Ethnic Groups, 14th Edition: Richard T. Schaefer
  222. Principles of Computer Security: CompTIA Security+ and Beyond, 5th Edition: Wm. Arthur Conklin &, Greg White &, Chuck Cothren &, Roger L. Davis & Dwayne Williams
  223. New Perspectives Microsoft Office 365 & Word 2016: Comprehensive, 1st Edition: Ann Shaffer & Katherine T. Pinard
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2020.03.24 16:05 Texas1971 Carollaisms

Haven’t updated in awhile, but here’s some “light reading” for everyone while we’re locked in. These just crack me up. Enjoy, stay safe and wash up. 🧼 GETITON

Band Names/Rap Stars

Mitt Romney and the One Percenters (ACS)
ManAyz - Rap star (LL)
D'Bagz - Rap star (LL)
Maxi Pad - An all-girl band that knows how to rock (LL)
Dick Tingle - One of the best blues men in the business (Show?)
Lynette and the Lackeys (ACS)
Straw Hat and the Bowties - Jerry Springer's dixieland band who plays at the Knott's Berry Farm Good Time Theater (ACS)
Gut Fluffer (ACS)
Johnny Beaumont and The Legionnaires - All wear matching powder blue tuxedoes (ACS)
Automatic Vaginismus – Great band name (LL)
Dissuade/D’ Suede - Rappeproducer of Kanye/one of Kim's ex beaus (ACS)
Starchy Deuce - Band that should be produced by D' Suede (ACS)
Narthex - (ACS)
Epileptic Declawed Hamster - That is a helluva punk band right there (ACS)
Loretta Lynch - Country singer who sang "Stand By Your Man" (ACS)
The Areolas - Covered an Eagles song in the ‘90s (ACS)
Fleece and Flannel - One of the best lesbian acoustic duos you will ever see (ACS)
3 Chainz - Rap star (ACS)
Blues Squatter - Adam's dad’s band name (ACS)
Tampon Kayak - One of Seattle's greatest, but least heard of indie bands (ACS)
Jizz Grenade (LL)
Dryer Fire - Hot indie band name (ACS)
Iranian Revolutionary Guard - Prince's backup band (ACS)
Rape Kit - Name of Adam's band from high school (ACS)
Nog Bong - A band Adam was in in high school (ACS)
Bum Blazer – Adam’s band in high school (ACS)
White Trash Kimchi - Another good band name (Bald Bryan) (ACS)
White Noise - Adam's rap name (ADS)
Promethazine - Lil Wayne's sister (ADS)
Light Rail - Great Rap name (ADS)
Danny In The Joint - Good indie band name (ACS)
Anal Cleft - One of the worst reggae singers to leave Jamaica (ACS)
Anal Cleft and the Taints - Great reggae group (ACS)
MEL-ROL - One of The Spice Girls (AOTH)
D'bris - Great Rap name (ACS)
Cisgender - A militant female rapper....for the ladies (ACS)
Krav Maga (1) - Country singing Jew (ACS)
Lynette and Paulette - Sounds like a singing duo from the 60's (RD)
Nuts In The Sink - Name of Ray’s new band (Ray) (AOTH)
SubDude - Pete Holmes' rap name (ACS)
Ray And The Enemas - Blues singer and his backup band (ADS)
Yakov Crutchfield - He has a show in Branson (ADS)
Mac 18 - Adam’s favorite rapper (RD)
Tremble Lean – Adam’s rap name (ACBSL)
Sticker Back – Worst band out of Canada ever (ACS)
Pennywise and Pound Foolish - A band from the ‘90's (RD)
Strawberry Shortcake's Neti Pot - Great band name (Twitter)
Puffy Elon Musk - Worst rapper ever (ACS)
Pantera Club at Laguna Seca (Twitter)
Savage Body Attack - New wave romantic band Ace was in when he was 19 (FBL)
Jumping Jazzy Jews - Jeff Goldblum's jazz band (ACS)
Snore Cherry - Great band name (ACS)
Pat Benatard - Pat Benatar cover band (ACS)
Rancid Nuts - Good band name (ACS)
Gary And The Knotholes - Good band name (AOTH)
Tampon Canoe - Good indie band (ACS)
One Erection - A good boy band (ACS)
Flushin' Dew - A good country duo (ACS)
Armo Jeweler - Great band name (RD)
Radon - (Lynette thinks) there a Whitesnake cover-band (ACS)
The Taste Of Ace - Great band name (ACS)
King Grape and the Raisinettes (GS)
Concord Grape and the Raisinettes (GS)
Gary Taco - Love that band (ACS)
The Silence Breakers (2) - Good punk band (Gina) (ACS)
Daddy’s Got A Dually – Good country song (ACS)
Dip Curtain - Good indie band (ACS)
Crystal Lobbyists - Sounds like a great techno band (ACS)
Narcissistic Monk -Great indie band (GS)
Sporty Prius - Worst of the Spice Girls (ACS)
Laden and Bravado - 70s duo who opened for Seals n Crofts (ACS)
The Bouncers - great band name (ACS)
Hurry up and make sense (1) - a good talking heads album (ACS)
Appropriate Sombrero - Maxapada’s next band name (Bryan) (ACS)
Flirtatious Contrail - great rap name (GS)
Jack Johnson - Guy from The White Stripes aka The Black Stripes (ACS)
Sophistry - A great Carol King album (ADS)

Song Titles

Meatless Mondays - Horrible Bangles song (Show?)
Measles and Commuter Trains - Worst Christmas song ever (ACS)
White Guys Be Ownin' Everything - Adam's next hit (ACS)
Blood On The Grout - John Cougar Mellencamp song (ACS)
No Blood In The Peckeroo - Good John Cougar song (ACS)
Mellen's Gold - A three disc box set of nothing but John Cougar Mellencamp hits (ACS)
Freaks, Retards and Jews - Not a Cher song (ACS)
Pedophile Cops - Good Cheap Trick song (ACS)
Pig Anus Soup - Favorite Rolling Stones album (Bryan) (ACS)
That Dog Don’t Mess With Olga and Natalia Don’t Spit No Mo’ - Sounds like a Mississippi Delta blues song (Bryan) (ACS)
Goggles Are For Pussies - Trace Adkins' number one hit (ACAFBSL)
Whistle While You Masturbate - The lost Disney song aka "Whistle While You Jerk" (ACS)
12 Pack & Dick's Hard - Name of Adam's new album (Gina) (ACS)
Blood and Soil - A good Smithereens song (ACS)
Pina Colada in Amsterdam - Worst Jimmy Buffet song ever (ACS)
Tough Times In The City - Great Nick Gilder song (ACS)
I've Got A Hamster In My Scrotum And He's Looking For His Keys - That's a good country song (ACS)
Gay Hitler -Great Elvis Costello song (ACS)
Tard On The Tool Shed - Good Mellenamp song (AOTH)
Condo in Redondo - Sublime song (ADS)
Animoji - Band that sung "Obsession" (ACS)
People Who Have Lost People - Worst Barbara Streisand song ever (ACS)
Tilted Heart - Great Tammy Wynette song (ADS)
Yoga wood - Great Beatles song (ACS)
Anal cleft - Song from the Sound of Music (ACS)
Morgue Mode - Sounds like a guy from Iceland who is a DJ (ACS)
I’ve got a Saturday and two friends - great country song (Gina) (ACS)
Recipe for Misery (2) - Title of the next Guns N Roses album (ACS)
Circling Back To Baldwin - Good name for a country song (ACS)
Keistered in Winnipeg - (Bald’s) favorite Willie Nelson song (ACS)
Anal ipecac - Good indie band (ACS)
2 Tits and a Pulse - Ace likes that Beck song (Bryan/Adam) (ACS)

Football Players/Athletes/Teams:

Legs Akimbo - Wide Receiver (ACS)
Feral Katz - Nose Tackle (ACS)
L' Brarian Booker - Wide Receiver (ACS)
Oscar Buzz - Linebacker (ACS)
DeVigorous Lover - Wide Receiver (ACS)
Nadir Zenith - Placekicker (ACS)
DeGluten Free - Offensive Lineman (ACS)
Tangy Mango - Fullback (ACS)
N'Farious Plan - (position?) (ACS)
Modular Holmes - (position?) (ACS)
Fortuitous Bounce - Safety (ACS)
Operatin' Thetan - (ACS) Quarterback for the Washington Redskins (ACS)
Minority Banks - HOF OLB who died tragically in a car wreck shortly after his HOF induction, a natural athlete, he played option QB in college along with being a stand out member of the track team, and in high school he was captain of the basketball team. Survived by his twin brother Majority Banks, who also played in the league, and daughter Recuser Banks who many believe was the best athlete in the family (ACS)
Coach Platitude - "Take a knee son...helmet's not a chair" (ACS)
Glendora Bevmo - Mother of DeVigorous Lover and L' Brarian Booker (different fathers, of course) (ACS)
Marshall Law - (Allison) (ACS)
Orlando Ceeworld - (position?) (ACS)
Du Vatine - (position?) (Show?)
Raja Slate - Super fast wide-out out of Marshall via LSU (AOTH)
Moe Greene - Great corner for the Washington Redskins in the 80’s (ACS)
Bronx Defenders - Sounds like a AAA hockey team (RD)
Medical Error - Slipped in the draft due to a video being released just prior (ACS)
Homeo Stasis (position?) (ACS)
Capybara - The greatest name for a major league skipper (ACS)
Ejaxico Johnson (position?) (ACS)
Radiant Barrier vs. Attic Fan - The worst WWE matchup ever to grace the stage (AOTH)
Bamboo Brick - one of the greatest mixed martial artists on the planet (AOTH)
Dexter Methorphan - He did not participate in the combines, but his coaches say he can run a 4.3 (Twitter)
Bob Jacuzzi - Great point guard for the Celtics aka "THE COOZE" (ACS)
Shame Negation - Picked to leave Clemson early and go very early in the draft this year. (ADS)
Entertainment Crackers - Another name for the Washington Generals ACS
Hardibacker - Good name for an inside backer (ACS)
Osmosis - Black dude. Forward for the Knicks who might or might not have been traded (ADS)
Onus Wilson - NFL draftee (ACS)
World Be Mine - Adam’s new basketball name (ACS)
LBJ - Worst Mexican wrestler name ever (ADS)
Cold stone Steve Austin - Can’t wrestle on hot days. Tag team partners with the Klondike twins (GS)
Cicely Tyson - Greatest Italian boxer of all time. (ADS)

Porn Star Names/Terms/Gay Code:

Spoodini - (LL)
Rocky Stucco - (AOTH)
No Can Doo - Backdoor anal queen of China (ACS)
Kristallnacht - Worst porn star name in the business (ACS)
Madison Avenue (I am Rappaport Podcast)
Hero Du Jour (I am Rappaport Podcast)
Kindle Fire (ACS)
Jackson Hole - Gay porn actor (ACS)
Col. Duke Lacrosse - Adam's porn name (LL)
Duke Circumference - Adam's gay porn name (ACS)
Rich Data - Gay porn actor (Show?)
Tom Foolery - Gay porn actor (Show?)
Honey Dijon - Great porn star name (Show?)
Aids Machete - One of Adam's gay porn names. "Very short stint, I only did 2 weeks with that name, so it was like 41 movies." (ACS)
Bryce Canyon - Great gay porn name (ACS)
The Italian Coastguard - A gay move. "Let me just start with basic anal, then I'll slide into the Italian Coast Guard." (ACS)
Tetanus Gym - Good gay porn name "Who you working with?" "Tetanus Gym." "Oh boy, make sure you're on top" (ACS)
Shared A Back Fence - gay slang (ACS)
Mea Culpa - Adam's porn name (ACS)
Hand Twins - Gay code (ACS)
Backscatter - Porn technology (PM)
Cajun Tree Climber - Gay code (AOTH)
Snow Blower- Gay code (AOTH)
Stump Grinder - Gay code (AOTH)
Tumbler And Coaster - Adam's gay slang replacement for "top and bottom" (PM)
Go For A Bike Ride - Gay code (ACS)
Artie Fartie - Adam's porn name from the 80's (ACS)
Road Island Ray - Ray's porn name (AOTH)
38KKK -A type of porn that comes out of Kentucky (ACS)
Tech Screw - A dirty website for geeks (ACS)
Bearvalanche - Worst gay move ever (ACS)
Wacked Off Pieces Of Cactus - Gay code for gay rough trade (ACS)
Brad Nail - Good gay porn name (ADS)
Lightning Rod - Good gay porn name for Milo Yiannopplous (ADS)
Milk Barn - Another name for Adam's bathroom sink (ACS)
Meat Thievery - That's just good gay code (ACS)
Hairy Shin - Adam's gay porn name (ACS)
Asian Persuasion - Sounds like a good name for a porn series Asian persuasion 16 (ACS)
Cock Holster - Good movie series, cock holster 14 (ACS)
Celebrity Du Jour - Great porn name (ACS)
Europol - Another great porn name (ACS)
Roy Wood - Adam's gay porn name (ACS)
Tank slapper - Gay slang (Gina) (ACS)
Porch Pirate - Gay term (ACS)
Mad Chuck - The world's worst name for a gay porn star (AOTH)
Sweat lodge - Gay code (ACS)
The L.A. Underground - Sounds like a gay bar (M&J)
Skin and grin - Gay slang (ACS)
Rear Admiral - The name of one of the best bars on west side (ACS)
Loaded for bear - Now a gay term (GS)
Fruit Of The Year - A porn Dave (Dameshek) starred in (ACS)
The Lebanese Comedian - Ace's favorite sex position (ACS)
Cockout - When a gay guy doesn't try very hard (ACS)
Margana Wood - Porn name (ACS)
Hugh Bris - Porn star (RD)
Matte Clear - Fondalier’s gay porn name (AOTH)
Palatial Estates – A good 80’s fake tittie porn name (AOTH)
Cokie Roberts - Great porn name (ACS)
Armenian Christmas - An unspeakable sexual act in prison. "Johnny ratted out the white supremacists to the warden, so they gave him an Armenian Christmas" (Show?)
Ride The Pine - Gay slang (ADS)
Meet Gaze - Gay slang (ACS)
Asshole Rider - Gay slang (ACS)
Cash Widedick - Ace's porn name if you can call an apple a honey crisp. (ACS)
Shanda Lear - Great stripper name (Gina) (ACS)
Fiery Cherry - Good porn name (ACS)
Jerk the wheel - Code for masturbation (ACS)
Giddyup Titties - Gina’s porn name (Gina) (ACS)
French astronaut - Great gay slang (ACS)
Mr Bandera - gay code (ACS)
Beefmato/Clamato - sounds like names of venerial diseases (ACS)
Spanner - Australian gay code (ACS)
Rocky tenure - Adam’s gay porn name (ACS)
The End Game - One of Stormy Daniels movie titles (RD)
Room for cream - Great porno title (Gina) (ACS)
Pedialyte shower - Worst sexual act ever (Sklar) (ACS)
Foot Zunki - Add-on to the Pedialyte shower (ACS)
Self rimming sink - gay slang (AOTH)
Harvey Mudd - gay bar drink where vermouth and bartender shit is mixed in a goblet (ACS)
Barney’s Beanery - ultimate name for a gay bar (ACS)
Parallel park both ways - euphemism for being bi (GS)
The Big Three - Gerago’s junk (RD)
73 - When a fat guy tries to 69 with a chubby prostitute he met at a ham radio convention(ACS)
Backlog - Stormy Daniels movie title (Bryan)(ACS)
Madison Bear - Sounds like an dating app for gay hairy dudes who are married (ACS)
Back pay - Good porn title name (ACS)

Miscellaneous People

Trajectory Hagar - High school kid "heading down the wrong path" in life (ACS)
Slick Mouth - Adam's prison name (ACS)
Rich Carless - Cool homeless guy name (ACS)
Keyless Chuck - Best homeless guy name (ACS)
Nasal Ranger - Worst superhero name ever (Gina) (ACS)
Krav Maga (2) - Good name for a sheriff (ADS)
Hubcap Annie - Horror that hangs out with Keyless Chuck (ACS)
Becky Honkington (Allison) (ACS)
Monica Chugscock - (Pronounced "Shuggscawk") (ADS)
Tyvek DuPont - Best rich guy’s name (AOTH)
Mattress - A Model/actress (ACS)
Hofmeister Kink - Nazi war criminal who's been in hiding in Brazil for the past 61 years. aka Jake Johnson (ACS)
Serpiginous - The world's wimpiest swordsman. Sir Piginous of Wussville (LL)
Chick Fil a - Great play-by-play guy for the Warriors from the 70’s (Show?)
Peri Menopausal - Best P.I. working the Chicago beat (LL)
Whiskey Dick - The neighborhood pedophile in the clown outfit (ACS)
Surge - Guy that drives for ÜBER (ACS)
Babbling Brook - Great name for a female cattle auctioneer (PM)
Terra Firma - Name of the "woman of color" that heckled Adam at a Ventura live show and was removed by force (The Ranker Podcast)
Octomom - Great Batman villain (Bryan) (ACS)
Larry The Cabinet Guy - Failed Israeli comic…"Don't get 'er done!" (ACS)
Rod Blagojevich - Joe Francis' slimy brother who sells above ground pools out of a primered van (ACS)
Cockchug Man - The gay superhero in The Village People that wears just all leather (ACS)
MEL-ROL- She's one of The Spice Girls (AOTH)
Hand Farts - A new comedian Adam had never heard of (ACS)
Juan Jeremy - The greatest international film star ever (ACS)
Bitchathane Jackson - Good name for a "sista" (ACS)
Tobar - Perfect caveman name (ACS)
Vroman - A fast moving Roman (ACS)
Korn Syrup and Fructose - Women of color who work at the strip club with Jade (stage 4) (ACS)
Fred Meyer - Lucy's neighbor (ACS)
Kimchi - The Asian flutist (ACS)
Pacoima - The mechanic from Taxi (ACS)
Dick Salt - NATO Alliance General (ACS)
Dick Salt (2) - Manger of the Mariners in the early 70’s (Bryan) (ACS)
Caramel And Fudge - Two more African-American prostitutes that lived in the apartment above Adam’s (ACS)
Peaches - The whore that lived upstairs (ACS)
F. Me Bailey - Greatest lawyer of all time (RD)
Agua Caliente - Loves that guy. He does a great John Madden (ACS)
Senior Penis - One the most dangerous drug lords to ever work (ADS)
Shill Du'Jour - Good Bond secretary name (RD)
Brexit Romero - Sounds like an International assassin (ACS)
Lugansk - That gay diver who hit his head and gave the whole Canadian team AIDS (ACS)
Leak O'rama - A Dutch action star, starred in “Sudden Death” (AOTH)
Vaginismus - Great black guy name (ADS)
Normcore - Guy that owns Westwood one (ACS)
LaTolstoy - Great black guy name (ACS)
Shapiro – Artist who is really good at anime. Died in the 60’s but was a real trendsetter (ACS)
Chuck Spears – Good name for a racist. “Hey you workin’ with Chuck Spears over at the Klan?” (ACS)
Norethindrone - DAG’s Sister (CLL)
La Tuskegee - Black airline pilot (ACS)
C-clamps – Nickname for Adam’s step-mom. “Ol’ C-clamps locked me out of the house again.” (ACS)
Harry Nilsson - (Gary thinks) he does the voices on The Simpsons (ADS)
Nutella - Great name for a crazy black woman (ACS)
Sia - The perfect person to break up with. Would be perfect if she was dating Jack (hit the road Jack) (ACS)
The Ball Catcher - What Adam used to call Ray's ass in junior high (ACFBSL)
MOAB - Matt's new nickname (Mother of All Buttholes) (AONTH)
Trip Reeb - Great name for a white guy (ACS)
Merle Horn - One of the greatest best ropers to ever come down the Pecos (ACS)
The Boring Machine - Lynette's name for Adam (ACS)
Avocado Hand - The nickname of Eric Clapton's brother (Chet) who works at a Mexican place and is charge of the guacamole (ACS)
Bagel Hand - Clapton's Jewish cousin (ACS)
Fa-Sheeya (fascia) - A heavy set woman of color that works at the DMV (ACAFBSL)
Ghrelin - New AM/PM mascot (ACS)
Krav Maga (3) - An Israeli Captain from 1946 (ACS)
Cuban Boa - Sounds like a dark skinned trannie (ACS)
Gabardine - She's a very chatty woman of color middle-aged and she'll talk your ear off. (ACS)
Guy Dudebro - Greatest name ever (AOTH)
Otto Warmbier- Simultaneously the greatest and worst beer master brewer name ever (ACS)
Leif Geragos - Greatest rocking attorney ever Viking rocker attorney (ACS)
Ernest J. Bigot - "I'm just asking....I'm just wanna know...." (ACS)
Panzanella - Cobra's full name (ACS)
Sheet Metal Nibbler - Great name for Matt the porcelain punisher (AOTH)
Big Grenadine - Sounds like a large black neighbor (ACS)
Silent gym - Next to Keyless Chuck, best homeless guy name ever (ACS)
Nuchilla - Sounds like a black vampire (Theo Von) (ACS)
D' poleon - Black Napoleon (ACS)
Luke Rockhold - Sounds like a character on The Flintstones (GS)
Sissy squat - She was hot (AOTH)
Beulah - The town horror (RD)
Ronan Farrow - One of the best wheel men in Europe (ACS)
Duke Bagg - Comedian Ian Bagg's brother (ACS)
Root Ball Grinder - A horrible term for a bitchy wife (Ruth Ballgrinder and Harriet Mulcher) (Tim Allen) (ACS)
Paul Funyun - Just a big dude who likes to have fun. Has a pink ox as a sidekick (ACS)
Page/Savage - A great lawyer team (Adam Ray) (ACS)
Ivar the Boneless - Ace’s dad’s nickname in high school. aka Jim the spineless (ACS)
Bash Worthy - Comic strip's character name/title (ACS)
Uncle Tom-bién - Mexican Uncle Tom (ACS)
Alist Poon - An Indian exchange student who has cerebral palsy (ACS)
Indignant Asswipes - Good name for an improv troupe (Gina) (ACS)
Flora in Fauna - two black chicks that work for him (ADS)
Cheap - Name of a he/she that literally went under sexual assignment surgery last month (ACS)
Heroin (1)(Pronounced Ehr-o-win by JCVD) A character in Lord Of The Rings (Bryan) (ACS)
Yersinia pestis - Ace did Celebrity Apprentice with that dude. He won that year (ADS)
Morgue Mode - Sounds like a guy from Iceland who is a DJ (ACS)
Rachel Bias - Great stripper name (ACS)
Buzz Ramjet - Aviation attorney (ACS)
Black Cherry - Stripper name Bryan (ACS)
Saffron - Sassy black woman in Meg Whitman movie (ACS)
Vibranium - a new black kid name from Black Panther (ACS)
Bird Nerd - Marvel superhero (ACS)
Merch Galore - Worst Bond secretary ever. Total sellout. Always wearing her own swag (GS)
Bathroom Goalie - New code for fat chicks sitting next to you on an airplane (ACS)
Skip Loader -Kurt Loder’s older brother (ACS)
F. Me Money - greatest attorney rapper ever (RD)

Morning Zoos/DJ's/Radio Stations

Gum and Condoms - (Show?)
Dusty Labia - Adam's handle when he used to do AM Mornings. (ACS)
Asscrack and Backsack in the morning with Sludge (LL)
Crockpots and Headphones (ACS)
Booger and Floor Wax (ACS)
Almonds and Water (ACS)
Cold Butter And Calves (ADS)
Schluter And The Drain - Schluter has a thick Austrian accent , while "The Drain" has a super low voice (AOTH)
Ace Rockolla - Just Google "Ace Rockolla Lightning round...." (LL)
Fungus and Mold (Show?)
Stupid and Petty (Show?)
Eunice and Edgar - Bubba the Love Sponge's parents (ACS)
Flip Flops and Fanny Packs (ACS)
Hairy Shin - Does a KCRE show in the weekends (ACS)
Deep Bra Grooves - Should be a Sirius XM station Channel 248, C+ and above! (ACS)
Andy and Opie - Great Radio Show (ACS)
QuietRock - Sounds like an easy listening rock station (AOTH)
Quiet Crush - A good easy listening radio station (ACS)
The Tool Box - SiriusXM took tune station aka KTOL (ACS)
Ray's Enema Antics - New podcast on Carolla Digital (Bryan)(ACS)
Doug Gets Blown While He Eats Pudding - Doug Benson's next podcast (ACS)
Cat Packer - Used to do mornings with her brother, Fudge (ACS)
Duke and Shinola - good morning show team (ACS)
Mother Trucker - Adam’s Podcast with caller Miguel (AOTH)

Places

Boobville - (LL)
Pedoph Isle aka Pedophile Island - Island where are all the pedophiles are sent to live. (Also a TV show/movie idea) (LL)
Lil' Lord Fauntleroy’s Academy for Albino Hemophiliacs - Drew's childhood school (LL)
Doesntexistizcan - Where presidential candidate Platitude's grandfather was from (ACS)
Boga Raton - The world's worst resort spot (Show?)
Meat Yard - Great name for a gay bar (ACS)
Mister Fister's - Adam's all-time top name for a gay bar (ACS)
Sub-Par - Worst name for a submarine sandwich shop (Show?)
Queen Mary - Great name for a tranny bar (ACS)
NuvaRing - A German racetrack. "The new Nissan GTR turned it in 7:21, faster than the Corvette." (Show?)
Louis Pasteur Middle School (ACS)
Helm’s Deep - World's first gay bar bakery (ACS)
Kal Penn - One of the best sounding names to get an engineering degree from (ACS)
Alaska State Motto - Love fishing but I hate your kids? Alaska! (PM)
Duke University - John Wayne's college (ACS)
Planned Possumhood - Planned Parenthood in Arkansas (ACS)
Fruit Stand - Great name for a gay bar (ACS)
Poo Poo City - Where Charles Fletcher Loomis' house is located (ACS)
Blood Bank - Great name for a check cashing place in the hood (ACS)
Bass Manor - Great name for a gay bar (ACS)
The Dead C - Sounds like the worst name for a lesbian bar ever (ACS)
Wood Bar - Good name for a gay bar (ACS)
Ghost Load - Ride at Calico Ghost Town (ADS)
Nasacort - Country club for Jewish folks where they play tennis at (ADS)
L.A. HOTT (1) - An 80's bar with an outdoor door seating area (ACS)
Fairy Wings - Good name for a bar on the west side (ACS)
Second Hand/First World - Store that sells rich whitey’s high end stuff (ACS)
The Lance Hunter - Perfect name for a gay bar (Dumb People Town)
Pervert Park - Theo Vaughn grew up there (ACS)
Big Sur - Great name for a big and tall shop (Show?)
Studio Centric - Sounds like a Utopia. Between Valley Village and Sherman Oaks (AOTH)
Asstard - Thor came from that planet (ACS)
Grand Entrance - Great name for a gay bar (AOTH)
Thermopolis - Where the Bun Boy is (ACS)
The Turkish Embassy - Gay bar (ACS)
Low Tide - Gay code for boner in the rear view mirror (ACS)
Corumption - On the way to Vegas, where Heidi Fleiss lives with her macaws (ACS)
C.C. Fichens - Sounds like a pretzel stand (Gina) (ACS)
Timpani Barn - where to get timpani to go, has three big Mexicans in the kitchen (ACS)
Heroin (2)(Pronounced Ehr-o-win by JCVD) The health food store in Venice (ACS)
Pocket Passers - Next to Mister Fister’s (Gina) (ACS)
The Mexican Faire - Worst fair ever (ACS)
Hanoi Hospice - Only place worse than the Hanoi Hilton (ACS)
Kaleblazer- Gay juice bar (ACS)
Hot Dog Cannon - good name for a bar next to The Abbey (ACS)
Dyskeratosis - where Vinnie lives, lots of Greek folks, a family oriented community (ACS)
Kind of, Italy - Where Ace’s family is from. Where he gets his kinky hair. (ADS)

Miscellaneous

Cleaning The Pink Turtle - Bryan's name for pleasuring oneself (ACS)
Analingus - A new type of breath mint (LL)
The Milk Of Arthritic Goats - A rabbi's curse: "May you suckle at the teet of the milk of arthritic goat!!!" (ACS)
Carbon Dating - A black dating website (ACS)
RU486 - Vanity plate for a guy who runs an abortion clinic (ADS)
Jet Green - Amsterdam's Airlines (ACS)
Stromer, Oldhafer and Carolla - World's worst law firm (AOTH)
Ira Carolla - Sounds like an affliction "Oh my Ira Carolla's acting up" (ACS)
Sawjay - Sounds French...gay word for sausage. "I was strokin' this dude’s sawjay" (ACS)
Smokeless Cigarette - Name for Dr. Drew's honker after his prostate surgery (ADS)
El Niño - Name of "Sinn" strip club DJ's cock (ACS)
Blue Man - Crazy hairdresser's macaw who doesn't judge (PM)
Lucia - An Italian moped (ACS)
American Jewish World Service - A van that's begging to be shot at (ACS)
E-aye? - Canadian version of EBay (ACS)
Sweatpants Lesbian - What Adam would be. An in-between lesbian. Not a lipstick lesbian, not a butch dyke (ACS)
SuckStrong - Bill Clinton's bracelet (ACS)
Gaybus - Gay and bogus (ACS)
Flappy Bird - The most offensive name for the vagina (ACS)
G8 (Summit) - The Pontiac that Oprah gave away on her show (ACS)
Oracle A The Delphi - Big new startup company (ADS)
Crewkakke - A type of sweater (ACS)
The Flying Dutchman - Great name for an Amsterdam airlines (ACS)
Cleaning My Chain - Euphemism for beating off (ACS)
Awesome Town - A gathering of three or more polar bears (ACS)
Avocado - The Greek word for nut sack (ACS)
Doucherette - A gum/patch that douchebags chew/use (ACS)
Urban Milling -Black guys standing around (AOTH)
Synesthesia - When you eat your own hair (ACS)
Tuck Rule - When a guy pretends he's a chick and stands in front of the mirror (ACS)
My #2 Pencil Is Out Of Lead - Another term for erectile dysfunction (ACS)
Float A Bond - When a politician farts (RD)
Vaginismus - black people's holiday, accompanied with a lot of ceremonial garb (ADS)
Vaseline and Gauze - Elizabeth Taylor's new scent (ACS)
Jewber - A drunk on a 10-speed (ACS)
Chickpea - What Gina does when we camp (ACS)
Oscar Squad (2) - Bad gay code (ACS)
Airbus - Worst name for an aircraft. Sounds like “air donkey” (AOTH)
Shailene Woodley - Sounds like the most fantastical verb/adverb combo. “I want to Shailene Woodley through a field of poppies with you” (Gina) (Twitter)
Asshole Rider (2) - Worst piece of exercise equipment Vinnie’s ever endorsed (ACS)
Diario La Prensa - Stealer of the jersey in Spanish (ACS)
The Sicilian Fly Swatter - Sounds like a WWF move (Gina) (ACS)
Jellyfish - Sounds like something your grandpa would buy for you at the mall (ACS)
Fruit Fly - More politically correct term for fag hag (Show?)
Jewgling - When a Jew "Googles" their symptoms (ACS)
Tavares - David Wild's boner medicine (ACS)
Jew -Over - A mulligan from a barmitzva. "Uh, I misread that...can I get a Jew-over?" (ACS)
Ossified - That's a Don King word, there (ACS)
Zero for Cecil - Worst charity ever (Bald Bryan) (ACS)
A++ - A bra that Gina will never see (ACS)
Joycelyn - A good name for Curly from the Three Stooges to say (ACS)
Phallisee - Latin for "to see the penis" (ADS)
Coffee Nap - Euphemism for pooping in your pants (ACS)
USS Monitor - Doesn't sound like a ship of war, sounds like a night nurse (ACS)
Dotard - A skirt a man wears (ACS)
Wilding- Something derogatory that takes place in public pools in certain counties (ACS)
Caveat - Latin for shitting on Adam's point (ADS)
Festiva - Sounds like a boner medicine (ACS)
Depeche Mode - French for “who dealt it?” (ADS)
Beefy Clutch – The purse Gina thought Lady Gaga took to the Emmy’s (ACS)
Sig Sauer - Something you would yell at Oktoberfest before downing a stiff stein of stout (ACS)
Jeans day – Sounds like the special day for your special need son Gene, to raise money (ACS)
Wilding - What takes place in public pools in certain counties (GS)
4F - Can’t/won’t be eligible for the draft (ACS)
Groupie - a kind of fish (ACS)
The African chick - Horrible name for a boat (ACS)
Inclusion rider - Snowboard for retarded kids (ACS)
The Urethra - Bad name for a car (ACS)
Mercury retrograde - when you take your index finger and shove it under your sack before you blow, and you belch it up later (ACS)
UEFA - Transsexuals playing soccer with a balled up maxi pad (GS)
Missed Connections- The worst airline ever (ACS)
Carollo - Sounds like a Tool you’d use rarely (ACS)
Brembo - that Mexican food company that makes that bread (Matt) (ACS)
Preemptive gay strike - Worst video game ever (ADS)
Futon - Chinese for bear trap (ACS)
Sexual Battery - Batteries especially made for sexual devices. Somewhere between AA and C (ACS)

Food/Drinks

Deer Bits - A venison cereal. Made of frosted deer flakes (Show?)
Coco Chanel - Nestlé’s newest coffee flavor (ACS)
Honey Dicks - Best cereal name ever (ACS)
Dawson's Beard - A pudding flavor Ace saw at Whole Foods (ACS)
Mighty Mutts - Worst breakfast cereal ever (ADS)
Chillax - A cinnamon based drink from "Hector's" country (ACS)
Black Dick - An English desert (ACS)
Tardy Digression - Sounds like a finger food..."would you like another tardy digression?" "No, I'm saving room for the main meal" (IFYWABC)
Double Bird Strike - Mixed drink created by Ace and Teresa. Made with Grey Goose, Wild Turkey, a splash of Canadian Club, and a splash of Hudson River water (ACS)
GAYtorade - A sports drink for gay people, because they lose essential body fluids (ACS)
University of Illinois At Urbana Champaign - Sounds like a carbonated drink for black people (ACS)
Flinch Fuck - Part of a nutritious breakfast, and a healthy relationship (ADS)
Phantom Punch - Something Bill Cosby gave his lady friends (ACS)
Pansy Sauce - Goes good with some shrimp (ADS)
Tilted Pillar - Kick ass IPA (AOTH)
Shaver - A good name for a miniature pastrami sandwich (Cousin Sal Show)
GPA - Something they add to children's cereal (ACS)
Stellwell's - A new low fat snack cracker (ACS)
Conchata Ferrell - A great cheese/unwanted cat (ACS)
Poopwell's - One of the worst snacks Nabisco has ever put their name on (ACS)
Belldini – Latest Taco Bell offering (ACS)
Fuzzy Zoeller – Zima with a jigger of peach schnapps (ACS)
Millennial Malaise - A sweet honey dipping sauce (ADS)
Jelani Cobb - Sounds like an Indian dish (Gina) (ACS)
Air Doodle - The very worst Super Bowl snack on the planet (ACS)
Faygala - Jewish sports drink (ACS)
Stroke Cane - Sounds like some sugary treat, mixed with a reach around (ACS)
The Silence Breakers (2) - good name for a mint (ACS)
Lesbian Squirt - Sponsor of the Dinah Shore Classic (ACS)
Son of Goose - Worst vodka ever. Comes in a plastic squeeze bottle (ACS)
Orange Hitler - Worst Hi-C flavor ever (ACS)

TV Shows/Movies

Cunt du' Jour - A great Bond villain name (ACS)
Coffee and Donuts - (Charlie Coffee III and Johnny Donetti) Johnny's a tough street wise cop whose jive talking and plays by his own rules and Charlie's super uptight (LL)
Pedoph Isle (aka) Pedophile Island - All pedophiles are sent to live on an isolated island, and a 747 full of Boy Scouts crash lands there and they have to fight to survive (Also a place) (ACS)
Anus and Eyeball - Buddy cop TV show duo (ACS)
Pussy Pioneer - John Candy's last movie (ACS)
Red Velvet - Made up movie character Clown played by Paul Giamatti. "Was secret service, and someone died on his watch. Now he's takin to clownin'." Wears a red velvet clown outfit. (ACS)
Destination Of The Semen - (Adam Ray) A movie Harrison Ford passed on twice (ACS)
Gay Eye - Movie where Adam plays Buddy McKlan, a racist homophobic mechanic who is blinded in a freak hot transmission fluid accident. He gets the donor eyes from a gay guy who perished on a moped accident in Antigua. Co-starring Larry the Cable Guy as his best friend. (Co-written by Bryan Cranston) (ACS)
Grinders - Sitcom where Jon Gruden moves in with Johnny Manziel (ACS)
Squishy Red River - Movie that started John Wayne (Show?)
Gusset And Cable - Perfect Cop buddy duo team (AOTH)
Just One Of The Gays - Stars Shia LaBeouf (ACS)
Hard Impact - Sounds like a Van Damme movie from the 90's (ACS)
Hammer Pants And Ice - Worst cop detective duo from the 80's (ACS)
Living With The Kilowatts - Adam's new animated series where they just leave toaster ovens on all day (ACS)
Keep Calm And Rape A Lot - Worst Monty Python film ever (ACS)
Medical Mishaps - New show Dave Coulier and Tawny Kitaen could host (ACS)
Roaming With Bison - Another great Bill Murray movie (ACS)
Gainesville Florida Financial Planner - Sounds like a Saturday Night Live skit (ACS)
Blame the Bee Gees - Adam's next documentary (ACS)
Adam Knees Your Dad In The Nuts - Adam's new game show (ACS)
Navigeddon - Terrorists take over all of the GPS systems of cars, and send them careening into the Grand Canyon (ACS)
Rings Of Honor - Terrorists take over Olympic training facility in Colorado Springs, and the athletes have to use their individual skills to escape. (Cameo by Randy Couture as the salty old coach) (ACS)
Endless Time/Ample Time For Backup - Adam's new Netflix series (ACS)
Tarred n' Feathered - Buddy flick starring a retarded guy and an Indian chief (Show?)
Mr. Will Doo And Can Doo - PSA Motivational cartoon bathroom characters Will Doo (Played by Will Arnette) and Can Doo is shaped like a toilet. Filmed in kitschy Clutch Cargo style animation (ADS)
Robot Lawyer - Great Phil Hartman bit (ACS)
Umpire News Network - Adam's channel with umpires reporting. Unbiased reporting (ACS)
Sofa Tard - New CW show coming soon (Matt) (AOTH)
Junior Fantasy Island - Show where kids of reckless parents are shipped off to live with Bill Cosby and Felicia Rashad (ADS)
2 And A Half Denali's - Hasn't been same since Sheen left (ACS)
So Kanye - Sitcom from the 90's (ACS)
Ridicuopothy - Sounds like a Mike Judge movie (ADS)
Master Buck - One of John Candy's most controversial movies (ACS)
LA HOTT (1) - An 80’s bar with an outdoor door seating area (ACS)
Mother Hitler - Coming to TNT. Starring Patrick Swayze's bother, Don (ACS)
Sink and Bounce - Movie about roller boogie from the 80's, starred Lil' Bow Wow (ACS)
The Debs - A made up CW network show where you just put all the hot chicks in Hollywood (ACS)
The Origin Story Of AIDS - Worst Marvel movie ever (Bryan)(ACS)
Everybody Hates Vinnie - Horrible sitcom (ACS)
Chick Clan - Good movie title (ACS)
Condo in Redondo - Best movie I ever did (ADS)
Red Lobsteria - New show Dr. Drew was talking about where African Americans form their own country (ACS)
Earthquake rehab - Reality show Dr. drew seismic expert and a civil engineer come together (Rainn Wilson) (ACS)
Rooster Jones - Great John Wayne movie. Super Fly meets True Grit (ACS)
Ernest Bigot goes to..... (ACS)
Nickels On The Job - First and only Jewish gum shoe on the job. ABC, Friday nights, 10:00 p.m. (ADS)
Solicitor General - Great Danny Kaye movie (RD)
Disjointed - Lorena Bobbitt biopic (ADS)
Habib and Company - Horrible children's show (MS)
Bobby's Room - Howie Mandel animated project from the 90's (ACS)
Page/Savage - Great cop duo show from the ‘80’s (Adam Ray) (ACS)
Paper Asshole - Great Tatum O’Neal film (ACS)
L.A. HOTT (2) - Failed Steven Bochco series pilot (ACS)
Pieces Of String Too Small To Use - Lena Dunham film from the late 90’s (ACS)
Oscar Squad - New Marvel Movie (Gina) (ACS)
Cortron/Melamine - Transformers (Gina) (ACS)
Anoscope - Worst way to see a movie (ADS)
Practical Rapist - New SNL character (Gina) (ACS)
Superfoot - Worst Marvel movie ever (Bryan) (ACS)
Celebrity Food Chain - Would be a great show (Jeff Cesario) (ACS)
Backsack and Anus - Worst cop duo ever (RS)
Korean moyle - ABC’s next sitcom (Jeff) ACS
Nanny Huntin ‘with Ted Nugent - Great reality show I’d watch (ACS)
Progressive pope - New sitcom (Gina) ACS
Nick Mancuso: Construction Fluffer - New TV Show (AONT)
Rush Blitzer - Adam’s character from his movie, “Snapper” (BSR)
The Baldwin’s and Beyond -Great reality show (RD)
The Rogue Deuce - The next Star Wars movie (ADS)
Mr. Goodbar To The Rescue - Ace loves that movie (ACS)
Wrestling Squatters - New show on YouTube Red starring Eric Stromer (AOTH)

Books/Coffee Table Books

Dade County Black Prom, 1985 (ACS)
Here Are The Pajamas We Picture You In (ACS)
Three Shitty Homes, One Washing Machine, Zero Dryers - Title of Adam's new book (Ray) (AOTH)
Chapstick And Batteries - Title of Adam's next bestselling book (ACS)
Who The Fuck Put Their Sombrero on My Keys? – Title of Adam’s next book (ACS)
Cunt With A Grunt - Adam's favorite Dr. Seuss book (PM)
You'll Never See A Cockroach Jog (PM)
Kemo Skinny Calves - Adam's new children's book (ADS)
You're Dyslexic And I'm Dumb - Adam and John Popper's collaborative next book (ACS)
I Get It If You’re GWAR - Adam's next book (ACS)
Bulk Magazine - Costco magazine that Jimmy Kimmell graced the cover of twice (ACS)
Do You Have To Take Your Top Off To Dye Your Pubes, Drew? (LL)
Glamping With Moriah - Adam's new book (ACS)
From The Mouths of Babes (Hot Chicks Not Babies) (ACS)
(The) Sweet Spot - Adam's next book (Bryan) (ACS)
I Thought Things Would Be Better When I Was Rich (ACS)
Radio Station Kitchen (ACS)
Post-it Notes In Radio Station Kitchens (ACS)
Comedy Club Green Rooms And The Sofas That Were Not Made For Them (ACS)
Jethro, the Mexican Jew - A great children's book (Gina) (ACS)
Professor and the Construction Worker -The worst children's book ever (ACS)
Willie and the Weed - Good name for a children's book (ACS)
What Black People Think White People Complain About (ACS)
Everyone Eventually Becomes The Man (ACS)
Recipe for Misery (1) - Name Of Adam’s next book (ACS)
In Defense Of Black Face - Adam’s next book (ACS)
Hurry Up And Make Sense (2) - Biography title of the Talking Heads (ACS)

Native American Names

Chief Thunderbear (LL)
Dances With Cocks (ACS)
Dances With Lipstick (ACS)
Ol' Urethra Windows (ACS)
Oxnard - Indian name meaning the balls of a bull (ACS)

V/P Names

Absorbent Rag - Good name for T's V (ACS)
Hurt Locker - Another name for T's V (ACS)
Judge's Mansion - Another name for T's G
Cmarket.com - Another name for T's V (ACS)
City of Industry - Another name for T's V (ACS)
Dutch Mook - Another name for T's V (ACS)s V
No Safe Spaces - Great name for T's V (ACS)
Hobo Stove - Another name for A's V (ACS)
Sausage Grinder - Another name for A's V (ACS)
Dixville Notch - Another name for G's V (ACS)
Snake River Canyon - Another name for G's V (ACS)
Dakota Access Pipeline - Another name for G's V (ACS)
The Holidome - Another name for G’s V (ACS)
Discovery Bay - Great name for G's V (ACS)
B.O. Box - Great name for G's V (ACS)
Sea bag - Good name for G's V (ACS)
El Portal - Great name for G's V (ACS)
Harry Belafonte - Adam's name for his junk, if he were a woman (Show?)
Top Gear - Another name for Adam’s junk (ACS)
El Gordo/King Taco - Good name for G’s V (ACS)
Port of Karachi - Good name for G’s V (ACS)
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2020.03.06 23:00 DP123KING FBE Firestorm - Book a PROGRESS v RevPro Show

So for those of you who don’t know or perhaps may not be aware. PROGRESS and RevPro are two independent wrestling companies based in the UK, or more specifically London. They do venture onto other cities within the UK and tend to have at least one international show within a year. PROGRESS also has links with WWE more namely so NXT/NXT UK whereas RevPro have links with ROH and with NJPW so both companies have a fair share of exclusive talent. Saying that however, both shows share a lot of talent, so this booking will see me assigning a brand to a specific individual. So without any further ado, let’s get into the booking of this special card:
When Opposites Attract… and Fight! - PROGRESS v RevPro SuperShow! - Copper Box Arena - Stratford, London - Capacity: 7,500
Btw, each match will be PROGRESS v RevPro, no exceptions!
Starting off the card in a very typical RevPro/PROGRESS way, the start of the show will feature up and coming talent and giving them a chance to shine!
Match #1 (Pre-Show Match) - The Contenders (Shaun Jackson, Kenneth Halfpenny and JJ Gale) (RevPro) vs More Than Hype (Darren Kearney, LJ Cleary and Nathan Martin) (PROGRESS)
More Than Hype def. The Contenders - LJ Cleary pinning Kenneth Halfpenny in 10:32
PROGRESS 1-0 RevPro
Match #2 - DNR (Do Not Resuscitate) Pretty Deadly (Sam Stoker and Lewis Howley) (PROGRESS) v Bullet Club (El Phantasmo and Hikuleo) (RevPro)
Bullet Club def. Pretty Deadly - Hikuleo pinning Lewis Howley in 11:44
PROGRESS 1-1 RevPro
Match #3 - Kyle Fletcher (RevPro) v Chris Ridgeway (PROGRESS)
These two have a stupidly good back and forth match with Ridgeway landing several stiff kicks and Fletcher constantly doing high flying or risky maneuvers, but in the end, it’s Fletcher who gets that all important win for RevPro as they win 2 in a row!
Kyle Fletcher def. Chris Ridgeway via pinfall in 17:36
Match #4 - Progress Proteus Championship Fatal 4 way Elimination Match
Paul Robinson (c) (PROGRESS) v Robbie X (RevPro) v Connor Mills (PROGRESS) v “Speedball” Mike Bailey (RevPro)
In an odd twist, the end to the 1st half of the show, it’s gonna be the Proteus title on the line, and Paul Robinson’s stipulation to lose the title is that you either have to knock him out or Make him submit. This match is also made into an elimination match.
Bailey and Robbie team up as do Robinson and Mills, looking to eliminate the other brand’s team, but this does not last long as Robinson starts nailing into his partner trying to get a KO while Robbie and Mike look on, for Robinson to simply give a middle finger and he proceeds to beat down on Bailey and Robbie but they’re able to work together to put down Robinson, Connor Mills comes back into and delivers a stiff kick to the face of Mike Bailey, sending him to the outside, and he begins working on Robbie and manages to lock in a fujiwara armbar which taps Robbie X out…
Robbie X has been eliminated!
Mike uses the distraction as an opportunity to hit his finisher on Connor! And with Connor, now acting almost lifeless falls victim to a mushroom stomp by Robinson and Bailey submits Connor Mills!Connor Mills has been eliminated!
With Mike Bailey and Paul Robinson being the only two These two exchanged several back and forth forearms until they both fall to their knees. Robinson gives a middle finger and shouts “F*** You!” He then hits a mushroom stomp and locks in a Brutalliser! Mike Bailey has no choice but to submit! Mike Bailey has been eliminated! Paul Robinson has won!

Booking was cut short due to opponent forfeiting.
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2020.02.29 14:11 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: WrestleWithThePackage posts from 2020-02-02 to 2020-02-28 12:06 PDT

Period: 26.40 days
Submissions Comments
Total 975 2303
Rate (per day) 36.93 84.89
Unique Redditors 101 367
Combined Score 55245 9148

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 17278 points, 294 submissions: justinjfitness
    1. Dash Wilder's Body (191 points, 29 comments)
    2. Chris Dickinson's Bulge (187 points, 8 comments)
    3. Joey Ryan (159 points, 3 comments)
    4. Sweaty Shane Thorne (157 points, 3 comments)
    5. 🚨🚨 Ricochet is no longer wearing pants 🚨🚨 (153 points, 25 comments)
    6. Finn Balor Wiping His Sweat while On top of Johnny Gargano (152 points, 18 comments)
    7. Spud, ec3 and braun should make a movie together (145 points, 9 comments)
    8. Finn Balor in nothing but a shirt and speedo (141 points, 3 comments)
    9. Tyler Bate Blessing All of Us (141 points, 1 comment)
    10. Tony Nese (136 points, 17 comments)
  2. 5761 points, 129 submissions: BalorLover
    1. Finn sexily stripping (121 points, 6 comments)
    2. Finn Balor's naked ass (114 points, 5 comments)
    3. Kip Sabian relaxing (106 points, 12 comments)
    4. Finn realizing that almost everyone on this subreddit would fuck him (105 points, 9 comments)
    5. An all time great shot of Finn Balor's ass (97 points, 0 comments)
    6. Finn balor bulge (91 points, 4 comments)
    7. Finn balor's bulge (88 points, 5 comments)
    8. Will Ospreay is so frickin sexy (88 points, 2 comments)
    9. Ricochet's ass in underwear (83 points, 5 comments)
    10. Angel Garza showing in the right position! (80 points, 5 comments)
  3. 5543 points, 73 submissions: Bottom4Cesaro
    1. Finn Bálor posing like a tease. (210 points, 8 comments)
    2. MJF rubbing himself down. 😈 (172 points, 10 comments)
    3. Dave Marshall after some fun. 🍆💦 (163 points, 8 comments)
    4. Tino Sabbatelli (163 points, 13 comments)
    5. Austin Theory 💪🏻 (159 points, 4 comments)
    6. Ricochet (132 points, 9 comments)
    7. Bobby Fish is such a Daddy. (131 points, 6 comments)
    8. Adam Cole & Kyle O'Reilly (129 points, 4 comments)
    9. Wade Barrett’s huge bulge. 🍆 (119 points, 4 comments)
    10. Ricochet jiggling in all the right places. 🍑 (118 points, 7 comments)
  4. 1955 points, 32 submissions: packagefan99
    1. Joe Hendry pic (251 points, 20 comments)
    2. Young Andrade with his supermodel good looks (156 points, 6 comments)
    3. Anthony Bowens pic (126 points, 4 comments)
    4. Darren Young pic (107 points, 10 comments)
    5. [Tucker] Holy fuck! (104 points, 5 comments)
    6. Ridge Holland GIF (102 points, 3 comments)
    7. Beefy luchador Flamita (86 points, 3 comments)
    8. Brad Maddox GIF (68 points, 10 comments)
    9. Mark Davis GIF (65 points, 12 comments)
    10. Hangman Adam Page GIF (61 points, 4 comments)
  5. 1771 points, 26 submissions: starrystillness
    1. Dan the Dad is such a hunky daddy (196 points, 2 comments)
    2. Hiroshi Yamato naked in the ring (175 points, 7 comments)
    3. Double the fun with the Riegel Twins (113 points, 1 comment)
    4. An interesting view of Shinya Aoki (80 points, 6 comments)
    5. Daddy Hiroshi Yamato is just asking for his trunks back (78 points, 5 comments)
    6. Future Shock: Kyle O’Reilly and (beardless) Adam Cole (75 points, 2 comments)
    7. Cara Noir with a pretty significant wardrobe malfunction (73 points, 2 comments)
    8. Minty fresh Eye Candy Elliot (70 points, 0 comments)
    9. Eye Candy Elliot getting all up in Effy’s face (69 points, 0 comments)
    10. If you follow where Austin Theory’s looking... (69 points, 1 comment)
  6. 1647 points, 24 submissions: MaleWrestlerTea
    1. Daddy Roderick Strong 💪🏻😍😋 (155 points, 15 comments)
    2. I should be Sheamus’s meal instead 🤩 (130 points, 2 comments)
    3. I need more Oney content pls (122 points, 5 comments)
    4. Tyler Bate 🍑 (118 points, 1 comment)
    5. Killian McMurphy (103 points, 5 comments)
    6. EX3 and Oney Lorcan 😍😘😛 (96 points, 10 comments)
    7. Also i’ve been high key crushing on Sam Osborne lately 😍🍑😋 (84 points, 3 comments)
    8. Dexter Lumis 😋 (80 points, 1 comment)
    9. Roderick Strong ✨ (73 points, 2 comments)
    10. Will Ospreay 😋 (64 points, 2 comments)
  7. 1286 points, 24 submissions: That_Is_Bryce
    1. Joey Ryan is such a sex symbol of professional wrestling (175 points, 5 comments)
    2. Looks like Cesaro has a big 3rd leg (172 points, 6 comments)
    3. The many different ways Angel Garza reveals what’s under his pants (70 points, 7 comments)
    4. Anyone remember when Val Venis would come to the ring in a towel in the mid 2000’s in WWE? (60 points, 4 comments)
    5. We all know Tyler Bate is extremely attractive but can we also show some love to his just as attractive Moustache Mountain partner Trent Seven. I mean he got one huge booty (shame I couldn’t find a photo of it on the internet) (59 points, 1 comment)
    6. The way Finn covered Johnny makes me feel all hot and bothered (58 points, 1 comment)
    7. I’ll never get over how attractive Tyler Bate is (57 points, 1 comment)
    8. I feel like I’m one of the few people that likes the dapper look of Gentleman Jack Gallagher (55 points, 11 comments)
    9. What your favourite colour on Finn? (55 points, 7 comments)
    10. I think we can all agree that Braun Strowman sure knows how to take a good mirror selfie (52 points, 1 comment)
  8. 949 points, 23 submissions: trw81220
    1. Tony Nese sexy bulge (166 points, 17 comments)
    2. Kota Ibushi (67 points, 1 comment)
    3. Garza with a pretty big wedgie (66 points, 2 comments)
    4. Rated RKO COMPLETELY Exposed (57 points, 1 comment)
    5. Zack Ryder bulge (53 points, 2 comments)
    6. Dolph Ziggler pantsed HIAC 2017 (50 points, 0 comments)
    7. Rory Fargo trunks explodes to expose his incredible ass and some of his uncovered balls (50 points, 0 comments)
    8. Dolph Ziggler squirming with ass out (43 points, 0 comments)
    9. The Miz has a hold of Dolph Ziggler's trunks exposing his bare ass (41 points, 2 comments)
    10. Sonny Kiss (39 points, 1 comment)
  9. 923 points, 19 submissions: Supernova11XXX
    1. Noam dar ain't the only snack in the photo along side finn balor. (141 points, 9 comments)
    2. Noam dar sweating and his bulging muscles is hot AF. (107 points, 6 comments)
    3. You know your lying if you say Noam dar ain't cute. (68 points, 2 comments)
    4. Noam dar cocky smile (54 points, 5 comments)
    5. Noam dar is underrated in this community like fr. (51 points, 0 comments)
    6. Noam dar is just magnificent (48 points, 10 comments)
    7. Noam dar can be hot whenever he wants. (47 points, 2 comments)
    8. Noam dar body is just perfect✌💞 (45 points, 0 comments)
    9. wwe production giving us a great view of Noam dar body bottom to top. (42 points, 0 comments)
    10. Noam dar ass appreciation post (37 points, 3 comments)
  10. 921 points, 11 submissions: assmann998
    1. I’d love to grab a handful of Koju Takeda’s ass (118 points, 9 comments)
    2. Mustafa Ali is such a hottie (105 points, 1 comment)
    3. I would let the Usos tag team me (101 points, 1 comment)
    4. Love when Aiden English shows off his body 🤤 (95 points, 7 comments)
    5. Kofi needs to go back to trunks asap (91 points, 4 comments)
    6. Seth grabbing his dick (87 points, 4 comments)
    7. Finn’s jiggly butt (72 points, 0 comments)
    8. Seth Rollins telling someone to suck it (72 points, 7 comments)
    9. JTG can get it (68 points, 3 comments)
    10. Even with a bloody nose Austin Theory still looks hot (66 points, 2 comments)
  11. 830 points, 15 submissions: zemasion
    1. drew and his tits 🥵 i wanna feel up on em so damn bad (108 points, 5 comments)
    2. okay tyson damn 🥵 (90 points, 3 comments)
    3. lawdy lawd drew 🥵 (63 points, 1 comment)
    4. matt sydal is an underrated hottie! 😍 (63 points, 0 comments)
    5. zack really is on another level 😭 i know his dick is big, i just know it 🍆 (62 points, 4 comments)
    6. okay but the glistening side tiddy? that’s an attack seth. that’s an attack. (59 points, 0 comments)
    7. idk man that lil bit of chest hair on johnny really does it for me 😍 also those ABS (53 points, 1 comment)
    8. aew’s chris van vliet is sooo hot 🥵🥵🥵 omg mike rome has been found shaking (52 points, 2 comments)
    9. cody really is a dream 😍 (52 points, 0 comments)
    10. drew mcintyre just hits different 🥵 (51 points, 1 comment)
  12. 820 points, 22 submissions: CompetitiveEnd
    1. Sexy Zack Sabre Jr. he just gorgeous man 😘 (93 points, 10 comments)
    2. Ted dibiase jr and Cody Rhodes rock the purple trunks 😍😍 (75 points, 0 comments)
    3. Cody Rhodes unzips (57 points, 2 comments)
    4. Cody Rhodes (51 points, 0 comments)
    5. Zack Sabre jr. look like he naked 😍with just belt covering him 😜 (48 points, 1 comment)
    6. Zack Sabre jr (47 points, 0 comments)
    7. Cody Rhodes bulge (44 points, 0 comments)
    8. Cody Rhodes (39 points, 0 comments)
    9. Zack Sabre jr. (39 points, 0 comments)
    10. Sammy Guevara about to spank Zack SABRE Jr. ass (33 points, 3 comments)
  13. 800 points, 10 submissions: Seymorebutts1994
    1. Big Beefy Teddy!! 💦 (184 points, 3 comments)
    2. You can literally see Cody’s dick!! 💦 (184 points, 2 comments)
    3. Cody’s Bulge, Teddy’s Bum!! ❤️ (115 points, 4 comments)
    4. You can only pick one Ted or Cody?? 😉 (76 points, 23 comments)
    5. Cody Rhodes!! 💦 (51 points, 1 comment)
    6. Hottest Tagteam Ever!!! Teddy and Cody Bulging Away 😍 (49 points, 2 comments)
    7. Always loved Cody’s smooth legs 😋 (44 points, 1 comment)
    8. Big and Beefy Mr Kennedy/Anderson 😜 (41 points, 0 comments)
    9. Chris Jericho 😍 (38 points, 2 comments)
    10. One of my absolute favourite moments!! Who else find this so hot Dolph x Drew ❤️ (18 points, 0 comments)
  14. 794 points, 14 submissions: WrestleWithTheAssets
    1. MJF (113 points, 3 comments)
    2. Another clip of Shane Thorne getting spanked (108 points, 5 comments)
    3. Riddick Moss' thoughts on the gay community (92 points, 13 comments)
    4. Naked Miz (87 points, 11 comments)
    5. Lince Dorado & Kalisto (77 points, 1 comment)
    6. Shane Thorne spanked by Angel Garza (66 points, 3 comments)
    7. Dijakovic jiggle (43 points, 1 comment)
    8. Lio Rush booty (43 points, 7 comments)
    9. Roderick Strong smacking Bobby Fish's ass (40 points, 1 comment)
    10. Riddick Moss (35 points, 1 comment)
  15. 774 points, 10 submissions: stefanehg
    1. Angel Garza’s perfect bare ass😍 (201 points, 5 comments)
    2. Angel Garza😍 (132 points, 5 comments)
    3. Rate Finn Balor out of 10 (107 points, 15 comments)
    4. Austin Theory🤤 i’d let him fuck me All Day!! (88 points, 5 comments)
    5. Matt Riddle’s packing a monster down there🤤 (64 points, 6 comments)
    6. Jack Atlas and Jungle Boy😍 (45 points, 1 comment)
    7. Abs of Steel from Matt Riddle😍 (39 points, 3 comments)
    8. Ok i admit. I have a huge crush on Jungle Boy... He seems so big!! (39 points, 0 comments)
    9. Rate Matt Riddle out of 10 (39 points, 9 comments)
    10. Your new NXT Tag Team champions, Matt Riddle and Pete Dunne!! (Matt Riddle’s so hot!!) (20 points, 2 comments)
  16. 749 points, 10 submissions: PartyMonster81
    1. MJF (150 points, 6 comments)
    2. Angel Garza (109 points, 4 comments)
    3. Jungle Boy with a semi from PWG BOLA 2019 Night 2 (107 points, 6 comments)
    4. Jungle Boy (80 points, 4 comments)
    5. Two of my favorites. Matt Sydal and Roderick Strong. (80 points, 2 comments)
    6. Zack Sabre Jr. (57 points, 2 comments)
    7. Tony Nese VPL from PWG Mystery Vortex II (54 points, 4 comments)
    8. Tony Nese Ass from PWG Mystery Vortex II (48 points, 1 comment)
    9. Brian Cage and Flip Gordon (32 points, 1 comment)
    10. Dominik Dijakovic (32 points, 2 comments)
  17. 630 points, 18 submissions: JustYaAverageTurtle
    1. Kip Sabian (74 points, 2 comments)
    2. Kenny Omega and Kip Sabian 👀 (66 points, 2 comments)
    3. The things I wish I could do to Kip Sabian while he was like this... (51 points, 3 comments)
    4. Sebastian and Will Ospreay having fun (49 points, 3 comments)
    5. Some pics of Will Ospreay and Mike Bailey (43 points, 0 comments)
    6. Cody Rhodes absolutely dominating Kip Sabian (39 points, 2 comments)
    7. Will Ospreay and Matt Riddle (34 points, 0 comments)
    8. Anyone else find holds where the guy gets knocked out and they do the arm thingy really hot?? (Will Ospreay vs Walter) (31 points, 3 comments)
    9. I wish I could touch Will Ospreay like that (Drew Galloway) (31 points, 1 comment)
    10. Sexy Griff Garrison pin (vs Marcus Kross) (31 points, 0 comments)
  18. 501 points, 9 submissions: papayawar
    1. Throwback Andrade 😍 (163 points, 6 comments)
    2. Cesaro & Elias (Part 1) (53 points, 0 comments)
    3. Happy Rusev Day 🥵 (53 points, 1 comment)
    4. Andrade looks so sexy in a suit (44 points, 1 comment)
    5. Ciampa and a bulging Adam Cole (42 points, 0 comments)
    6. Angel Garza 👀🍆 (41 points, 1 comment)
    7. Daddy Drew (39 points, 0 comments)
    8. Adam Cole 🍆 (37 points, 0 comments)
    9. Cesaro & Elias (Part 2) (29 points, 0 comments)
  19. 491 points, 8 submissions: fireguidedlight
    1. Darren Kearney (handsome hunk) (132 points, 4 comments)
    2. Finn Balor and Matt Riddle (81 points, 1 comment)
    3. Cena's cheek 😉 (63 points, 2 comments)
    4. Cesaro (57 points, 2 comments)
    5. Sweaty Finn (51 points, 4 comments)
    6. Cody's nuts :D (40 points, 0 comments)
    7. Booker T! (39 points, 3 comments)
    8. Chris Ridgeway (28 points, 1 comment)
  20. 448 points, 6 submissions: AJTK
    1. Finn Balor 🍑 (135 points, 6 comments)
    2. Finn Balor from some random Raw (99 points, 2 comments)
    3. I wish Finn Balor would've work his white gear on tv more often 🍆 (79 points, 1 comment)
    4. Finn Balor (51 points, 0 comments)
    5. Finn Balor (42 points, 1 comment)
    6. Finn Balor looked sexy asf in his velvet leopard print jacket 😍 (42 points, 0 comments)
  21. 447 points, 9 submissions: LaytonsApprentice2
    1. Ethan Page loves showing off his peachy ass (120 points, 7 comments)
    2. Thicc thighs save lives - just the beginning of Mark Davis pics this sub deserves (65 points, 4 comments)
    3. Dan Moloney y'all (59 points, 0 comments)
    4. Mark Davis' thick ass jiggling (58 points, 5 comments)
    5. Mark Davis cupping his bulge (53 points, 0 comments)
    6. For all the hair-lovers: Hungarian wrestler Dover (Arrows of Hungary) (36 points, 0 comments)
    7. Sweatzilla Mark Davis (25 points, 1 comment)
    8. Sha Samuels flexing and showing off his hairy body (19 points, 1 comment)
    9. Mark Davis collaborative folder [feel free to add new pics] (12 points, 0 comments)
  22. 428 points, 6 submissions: Dewdrop79
    1. Cesaro should completely dominate me (130 points, 10 comments)
    2. A lean, mean sex machine: Cesaro (88 points, 3 comments)
    3. Gotta love Elias and his grizzly mountain man vibe (credit: wresy/tumblr) (67 points, 0 comments)
    4. Cesaro when he's done destroying me (54 points, 5 comments)
    5. Cesaro during his US title run (52 points, 2 comments)
    6. Koju Takeda kiss (credit to whoever made this brilliant gif) (37 points, 2 comments)
  23. 416 points, 9 submissions: Deadspace122
    1. Daddy Dash bulge (127 points, 3 comments)
    2. Scott Dawson (66 points, 1 comment)
    3. Cesaro (61 points, 2 comments)
    4. Kevin Owens bulge (40 points, 0 comments)
    5. Bobby Fish (30 points, 0 comments)
    6. Raul Mendoza bulging (30 points, 0 comments)
    7. Humberto Carrillo bulge (25 points, 0 comments)
    8. Scorpio Sky (20 points, 0 comments)
    9. Roman Reigns (17 points, 1 comment)
  24. 400 points, 9 submissions: thedarkedgeUK
    1. NJPW Will Ospreay (70 points, 0 comments)
    2. Tyler Bate who wouldn't wanna be trapped by his thighs? (57 points, 1 comment)
    3. NXT UK Mark Andrews (54 points, 2 comments)
    4. NXT UK Lewis Howley (48 points, 0 comments)
    5. NXT UK Mark Andrews (47 points, 0 comments)
    6. NXT UK Tyler Bate and his pumped up chest (38 points, 2 comments)
    7. Will Ospreay at RevPro (38 points, 0 comments)
    8. Will Ospreay looking hot in NJPW (36 points, 0 comments)
    9. AJPW Lucas Steel (12 points, 0 comments)
  25. 384 points, 7 submissions: blkout17
    1. MJF and dem titties (113 points, 5 comments)
    2. I want Lince Dorado inside me (71 points, 4 comments)
    3. Lince Dorados body tho.....LUCHA LIT! (57 points, 1 comment)
    4. Angel is the best. (50 points, 1 comment)
    5. Randy Summers in Sweats (he also liked my tweet at him so we’re basically dating). (37 points, 0 comments)
    6. Trey Miguel being a tease...is it intentional? (28 points, 0 comments)
    7. Trey Miguel showing off on his IG go look! (28 points, 1 comment)
  26. 367 points, 8 submissions: Rickalicious92
    1. John Morrison, Sheamus, and a couple of friends. (68 points, 3 comments)
    2. Austin Theory!! (62 points, 1 comment)
    3. Austin Theory!! (51 points, 0 comments)
    4. EC3!! (51 points, 0 comments)
    5. Sheamus!!! (48 points, 0 comments)
    6. Finn Balor!!! (45 points, 2 comments)
    7. Austin Theory!! (22 points, 0 comments)
    8. Sheamus!! (20 points, 1 comment)
  27. 356 points, 2 submissions: therickglenn
    1. MJF THICC AF (187 points, 3 comments)
    2. Posting this because MJF (169 points, 9 comments)
  28. 338 points, 7 submissions: zabu_san
    1. A nice side of Roderick Strong (83 points, 2 comments)
    2. Zach Sabre Jr 4 (& Marty Scurll) (59 points, 2 comments)
    3. Jordan Devlin 1 🍆 (58 points, 2 comments)
    4. Jordan Devlin 2 🍆 (57 points, 3 comments)
    5. Zach Sabre Jr 3 (30 points, 0 comments)
    6. Zach Sabre Jr 1 (28 points, 0 comments)
    7. Zach Sabre Jr 2 (23 points, 0 comments)
  29. 295 points, 5 submissions: JonRau55
    1. Daddy John Cena looking hotter than hell with his beefy shiny muscles (93 points, 3 comments)
    2. Young John Cena was absolutely banging (57 points, 1 comment)
    3. John Cena is such a sexy man (50 points, 0 comments)
    4. Wet daddy John Cena (50 points, 4 comments)
    5. John Cena looking like the sexiest beefcake flexing his sweaty muscles (45 points, 0 comments)
  30. 278 points, 3 submissions: ChildOfDestiny2218
    1. Drew McIntyre is such a dad 😍🤤 (159 points, 1 comment)
    2. Joe Bailey (William Regals Son) is hot 😍 (61 points, 3 comments)
    3. Elliot Sexton is my latest obsession 😍😍 (58 points, 5 comments)
  31. 269 points, 3 submissions: RetronicHeart
    1. Angel Garza getting his 🍑 exposed.. willingly... 👀 (156 points, 2 comments)
    2. "Angel Garza is a man's man" 👀 (94 points, 5 comments)
    3. Am I the only one who thinks Mendoza is sexy af 😍 (19 points, 4 comments)
  32. 253 points, 4 submissions: _walking_disaster
    1. Joey Ryan (90 points, 2 comments)
    2. Brian (74 points, 3 comments)
    3. Buddy.gif (45 points, 0 comments)
    4. Riddick Moss (44 points, 2 comments)

Top Commenters

  1. justinjfitness (717 points, 210 comments)
  2. a_perez_p (674 points, 189 comments)
  3. BalorLover (367 points, 127 comments)
  4. Powery21 (334 points, 73 comments)
  5. WrestleWithTheAssets (223 points, 41 comments)
  6. Deadspace122 (215 points, 42 comments)
  7. assmann998 (208 points, 41 comments)
  8. American_Life (199 points, 51 comments)
  9. packagefan99 (190 points, 36 comments)
  10. Bottom4Cesaro (175 points, 32 comments)
  11. totally-not-a-koala (146 points, 28 comments)
  12. Supernova11XXX (132 points, 31 comments)
  13. remyorton85 (128 points, 36 comments)
  14. hisokafan88 (127 points, 23 comments)
  15. specialtrickholdA (119 points, 17 comments)
  16. Dewdrop79 (116 points, 27 comments)
  17. MaleWrestlerTea (116 points, 26 comments)
  18. Daliusisus (111 points, 28 comments)
  19. shazzzshazzz (103 points, 27 comments)
  20. Doktaplayer (94 points, 20 comments)
  21. chambertlo (93 points, 16 comments)
  22. TWDScience (91 points, 22 comments)
  23. JamesBlack12 (84 points, 17 comments)
  24. starrystillness (83 points, 11 comments)
  25. guygardnercg (82 points, 25 comments)
  26. RetronicHeart (80 points, 19 comments)
  27. blkout17 (73 points, 11 comments)
  28. jhncscp145 (61 points, 18 comments)
  29. Rexra1 (59 points, 13 comments)
  30. AegisEpoch (59 points, 7 comments)
  31. DilapidatedFool (57 points, 8 comments)
  32. cstevie97 (57 points, 7 comments)
  33. eddisntlocal (55 points, 15 comments)
  34. evilemperor89 (55 points, 11 comments)
  35. nodosopou (52 points, 17 comments)
  36. youknowwho0080 (52 points, 15 comments)
  37. JMCrown (52 points, 11 comments)
  38. TCsnowdream (50 points, 13 comments)
  39. muscooter (50 points, 7 comments)
  40. DevittsDemon (50 points, 6 comments)
  41. zakphill (49 points, 8 comments)
  42. CompetitiveEnd (48 points, 17 comments)
  43. jobberboi (45 points, 13 comments)
  44. Evil-Chicken_Ghost (44 points, 13 comments)
  45. Okadasbitch (39 points, 13 comments)
  46. Virtigo5 (39 points, 11 comments)
  47. TA-29571 (39 points, 8 comments)
  48. SafeCylinder574 (39 points, 5 comments)
  49. concupiscentparadigm (38 points, 9 comments)
  50. hottama (36 points, 7 comments)

Top Submissions

  1. Joe Hendry pic by packagefan99 (251 points, 20 comments)
  2. Finn Bálor posing like a tease. by Bottom4Cesaro (210 points, 8 comments)
  3. Angel Garza’s perfect bare ass😍 by stefanehg (201 points, 5 comments)
  4. Dan the Dad is such a hunky daddy by starrystillness (196 points, 2 comments)
  5. Dash Wilder's Body by justinjfitness (191 points, 29 comments)
  6. Chris Dickinson's Bulge by justinjfitness (187 points, 8 comments)
  7. MJF THICC AF by therickglenn (187 points, 3 comments)
  8. Big Beefy Teddy!! 💦 by Seymorebutts1994 (184 points, 3 comments)
  9. You can literally see Cody’s dick!! 💦 by Seymorebutts1994 (184 points, 2 comments)
  10. Hiroshi Yamato naked in the ring by starrystillness (175 points, 7 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 32 points: Bottom4Cesaro's comment in Dave Marshall after some fun. 🍆💦
  2. 28 points: AegisEpoch's comment in Riddick Moss' thoughts on the gay community
  3. 27 points: DevittsDemon's comment in Chris Dickinson's Bulge
  4. 23 points: specialtrickholdA's comment in Is there a section here with any POC?
  5. 23 points: totally-not-a-koala's comment in Tony Nese sexy bulge
  6. 22 points: roferg69's comment in Dash Wilder's Body
  7. 22 points: zakphill's comment in Joey Ryan is such a sex symbol of professional wrestling
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  9. 20 points: Budget-Return's comment in 🚨🚨 Ricochet is no longer wearing pants 🚨🚨
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2020.02.22 02:29 nerdpicker Episode 262: From Zero to #4 Best Selling Grocery item on Amazon - Mike ...

Imagine living behind your mom's garage at the age of thirty and trying to save a struggling business. Imagine a few short years later you have the #4 best selling grocery product (among millions) on Amazon and your product is in 10,000 retail stores. That's Mike Brown's story - you'll love this episode. Be sure to join Mike, his team from Death Wish Coffee and hundreds of your fellow listeners to this podcast in Boca Raton Florida in July 2020 at The Proven Conference event! LINKS: https://nerdpicker.com/SilentJim-Podcast - The first time Mike was on our show was episode #9 of this podcast. Go back and listen to it for the incredible back story to Mike's journey. https://nerdpicker.com/SSM - the book Mike referenced and thanked when asked what he credits for helping him build his business. FREE at my personal link. https://nerdpicker.com/ProvenMastermind : Today's guest Mike Brown is going to be joining us in the soon to launch mastermind along with my partner Brett, my son Trey and the director of our coaching program, Nathan Bailey! https://nerdpicker.com/ProvenConference : Our July 2020 event in Florida. Mike will be there with his team! Join us!
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2020.01.31 05:38 honestkodaline Fantasy Tournament - Day Twenty (Round of 16)

Welcome to the MtvChallenge Fantasy Tournament! For the past month, teams have battled the elements, grueling physical challenges, and my personal insults to survive to the second round. To those who made it: congratulations! And to those in purgatory: you did your best. I'm sure you'll get 'em next year.
(Probably not. Your odds are low. But maybe!)
Before we get to today's vote, here are the results from day nineteen:
u/cretetts vs. u/PejicFilip's "Team Swift or Bust"; S5: Battle of the Seasons
Team Swift or Bust - 78
cretetts - 62
ROAD RULES BRACKET - u/cleanandburke's "Smash Your Team and Eat It" vs. u/trebird1's "Team Likability"; S7: The Gauntlet
Smash Your Team and Eat It - 81
Team Likability - 59
So that's the end of the road for u/cretetts and u/trebird1 - EXCEPT IT'S NOT. The loser's bracket is WELL underway (in the middle of Round 2, in fact!), and today's losers are actually competing in tomorrow's round!
Now let's get to today's vote! Please note: Unlike last round, I will not be making writeups for those who didn't send me player summaries. Feel free to send them along if you'd like them included.
REAL WORLD BRACKET -
u/jesusshuttlesworth66's "666" vs. u/ND_PC, u/MandyMTV, u/albemarie's "It's a Marathon, Not a Race"; S6: Battle of the Sexes
666: Theo Campbell (War of the Worlds I), Dan Seztler (Battle of the Sexes II), Emily Bailey (Battle of the Sexes I), Ibis Nieves (The Gauntlet II)
It's a Marathon, Not a Race: Kyle Christie (Vendettas), Timmy Beggy (Inferno), Emily Schromm (Rivals II), Kelly Limp (Battle of the Seasons)
What the final entailed: Testing balance, agility, brains and teamwork. 3 main parts where all team members must complete each stage together:
1) Tri-Ski Slalom - Each member gets on the same two skis and walk as a unit (similar to a 3-legged race) across a beach and ovearound obstacles.
2) Block by Block Brain Teaser - A puzzle where they are assembling blocks of different shapes into a specific shape
3) Pole Cat (Rope Course) - Must climb a rope net to a section where you take planks and connect from pole to pole to create a bridge across a series poles. Then each person zipline to a section where they walked a tightrope. After they zipline into the water, each member swims to a flag and races to the finish line on the beach
(Thanks to u/RohAnTheMaker for this summary!)
Why you should vote for It's a Marathon, Not a Race: Looking for the most physically fit female competitor to have competed on The Challenge? Look no further than Emily Schromm, who competed on three seasons (Cutthroat, Battle of the Exes, Rivals II), manhandled competitors on her way to each final, and won Rivals II with partner, Paula. Emily is known for her elite physicality – named Women’s Health Next Fitness Star, she’s won every elimination she’s been in – and her domination of heralded competitors like Cara Maria. As stated by Mark Long, “Emily competes almost like a dude,” and indeed, Emily is not only a strong female competitor, but a strong competitor, period. In Rivals II, Emily won six out of ten daily challenges, dominating competitors like Aneesa, Diem, Cara Maria, Cooke, Camila, and Sarah Rice. In the Rivals II final, viewers saw Emily dominate a one-mile swim, solve five difficult puzzles (including one based on the Pythagorean Theorem), chow down in an eating challenge, and dominate several physical checkpoints, culminating in a dominating win in a very competitive female field. With eight daily challenge wins, finals appearances on every season she’s been on, and Olympic-level strength, endurance, and even a bit of intelligence, Emily is a tough and terrifying competitor that will wreck your favorite players before they can take a breath.
Kyle Christie is an impressive competitor with no clear weaknesses (unless you count his womanizing ways, which luckily, won’t hurt him in a final) and a penchant for making competitors regret underestimating him. With four seasons under his belt and a dominating performance in the Vendettas final (a Rookie of the Year level run, with a third-place finish, second for the men), Kyle has proven that he has what it takes to dominate even the toughest finales in Challenge history. While many underestimate Kyle’s size (6’1, 175lbs), Kyle showed that he can compete with the best competitors around, beating out Tony and Leroy in his finals appearance, wrecking Bananas in an endurance, finals-like competition (Get Off the Rock) and dominating CT in a brute strength competition (WotW). Kyle is no slouch in intelligence, either, commonly playing the “dumb Brit” card in the hopes of being underestimated, which proved useful in the Vendettas final, when he slipped into first place in the first leg of the final due to other player’s ignoring him in favor of seemingly-stronger competitors. Two of Kyle’s elimination losses were against Theo Campell, widely known as a world-class athlete, who stated that Kyle’s heart and determination made him a surprisingly difficult competitor to beat. Watch out for this incredible player who is ready to slip in and steal the win (and your girl).
An excellent leader, hysterical player, and physical threat, Timmy Beggy is one of the most revered and well-respected OGs of the RW/RR Challenge franchise and is known as a guy who would do anything to win – even going so far as to pee on himself in the “Hands on Saturn” mission during Battle of the Seasons so he wouldn’t let down his team. Timmy competed on four challenges, was in three finals, has one Challenge win, and was arguably the best male competitor on his seasons, outperforming Challenge legends like Abram, Darrell, and Derrick in daily competitions. Timmy was the only person able to stop Derrick K. in his famed Gauntlet II run, beating him in a head-to-head endurance and strength competition. His only elimination loss came in the form of a fluke disqualification, in which he beat Abram in the “Smash House” inferno, only to realize that one of his glass panes – which needed to break in order to win – was smashed out of the frame but lay unbroken on the ground. While Timmy may not be the most talked about competitor, he has shown that he is an elite competitor, known among the likes of Mike the Miz, Derrick K., and Mark Long, and he will do anything – literally, anything – to get the win.
Kelley Limp might be an unfamiliar name – even after her Battle of the Seasons debut – but sure shouldn’t be. This one-season wonder, known as the queen of climbing, won her first and only season, but is best remembered for her insanely dominant performance in the ‘Vertical Limit’ challenge. ‘Vertical Limit’ combined heights, endurance, and strength, and Kelley not only beat amazing female competitors like Holly Shand and Coral Smith, but also dominated all male competitors, including Mike the Miz and Theo Von. Kelley also ruled the final, competing in the kayaking relay race portion of the final, showcasing her incredible endurance and arm strength. Kelley has shown her strength, determination, and heart, and will be an incredible performer in any final she’s hit with.
ROAD RULES BRACKET: u/phillyfly11's "CJ's Angels" vs. u/Upsidedown_Swan; S33: War of the Worlds
CJ's Angels: CJ Koegel (Battle of the Seasons II), Mike Boise (Battle of the Bloodlines), Emily Schromm (Rivals II), Ashley Kelsey (Invasion of the Champions)
Upsidedown_Swan: Mitch Reid (Battle of the Bloodlines), Pete Connelly (Fresh Meat II), Rachel Robinson (Duel II), Jill Tuttle (Battle of the Bloodlines)
What the final entailed: Part 1: The first day of the final consists of a six mile loop that each competitor must complete four times. It is split into a 3 mile bike ride and a 3 mile run for each of the four laps. In the middle of the loop are five checkpoints/carnival games that they must complete at any time they want. They have a 20 minute time limit to complete each checkpoint, at which point they will be asked to move on. The checkpoints are: a more complicated version of Sudoku, pushing a tire through a hole, a regular puzzle, pushing a ball up an angle with a long stick, and a version of ring toss.
Once everyone’s done, they return to the back of the Pain Locker (Mad Max-esque truck) where IVs are waiting for them if they choose to use them. They also sleep here, and are not given food.
Part 2: The second day begins with trivia. The trivia is comprised of geography questions (including a misleading question about what is the largest river), and the winner gets to travel in a dune buggy for the first mile of the second day. The rest of the competitors begin traveling up and down the sand dunes. After the first mile comes the first checkpoint, a version of connect four. The winner of each game moves on while the loser waits for the next competitor to show up, until the last player standing receives a five minute time penalty and can move on. The first player to arrive at the next checkpoint can eat whatever they want of the food there (typical breakfast food—fruit, bananas, oatmeal, sandwiches, granola bars, etc.) and can assign the rest of the plates to whichever competitors they choose. This leg ends once the players reach the Pain Locker again. They never mentioned the length of this section, although they did state that the entire Death Path was over 50 miles.
Part 3: They must run 5 miles down the beach, where they will reach kayaks. Along the way, there are posts with different math equations. They must keep track of the final answer, which will become the code to unlock the kayaks. They then kayak to a boat wreck. Once all of the competitors have shown up, they sprint to the finish line.
(Thanks to u/dtam3292 for this summary!)
Why you should vote for CJ's Angels: Emily Schromm, Rivals 2: In the wise words of the Godfather Mark Long, “She competes like a dude.” The most physically fit female competitor ,Emily dominated Rivals 2 with 6 daily wins en route to winning the season.
Ashley Kelsey, Invasions: I chose this version of Ashley because she was in better physical shape and has running and winning a final experience and a great team player.
CJ Koegel, Battle of the Seasons 2: Was the Leader of Team Cancun that won 2 dailies and was apart of the major alliance. He proved his ability to think on his feet and his physical strength by defeating Roided up Zach in his HALL BRAWL heat.
Mike Boise, Bloodlines: One of the top performers the entire season, he proved that he wasn’t afraid of any task, asking multiple times to get thrown into elimination and that he has a killer mindset during competition.
So which of these teams deserves to move ahead? You decide!
VOTE HERE.
Voting will close at 10pm EST, 1/31.
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2020.01.30 21:20 questingthebeast The Ultimate List of NHL Puppies

As some of you may know, many NHL teams have partnered with organizations who raise puppies to become working dogs. Some of these organizations include CNIB, America’s Vet Dogs, and other worthwhile foundations.
I’ve compiled a list of teams and puppies so more people can:
a) be aware of the awesome work being done by these organizations,
b) see how great it is when our favourite players hang out with the puppies,
and c) generally be overwhelmed with cuteness.
Below is the list of puppies and their Instagrams, where you can find out more information about the organization they are being raised by, and follow along with their training!
EDIT: We now have a second list for unofficial animals and puppies belonging to players.

"Official" NHL Puppies

Arizona Coyotes

Arizona Coyotes puppy, Luna (doesn't have her own insta but is featured on the team's page)

LA Kings

LA Kings puppy, Ace

Montreal Canadiens

Montreal Canadiens puppy, Flambo

Minnesota Wild

Minnesota Wild puppy, Breezer

Nashville Predators

Nashville Predators puppy, Lord Banner of Smashville aka Smash

New York Islanders

New York Islanders puppy, Tori

New York Rangers

New York Rangers puppy, Ranger *Ranger has graduated and is working with new best friend, a young man with autism

Ottawa Senators

Ottawa Senators puppy, Rookie *Has graduated from the Sens but still active on Insta

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Sharks puppy, Finn

St. Louis Blues

St. Louis Blues puppy, Barclay

Tampa Bay Lightning

Tampa Bay Lightning puppy, Bolt

Washington Capitals

Washington Capitals puppies, Captain (the OG pup) and Scout

"Unofficial But Still Worth Sharing" Puppies Creatures

Anaheim Ducks

Josh Manson's pup, Moose
Richard Rakell's pup, Stella

Boston Bruins

Brandon Carlo's pups, Winnie and EmmyLou
Charlie Coyle's pup, Bodie
Torey Krug's pup, Fenway

Buffalo Sabres

Brandon Montour's pup, Libby

Carolina Hurricanes

Bryan and Amanda Bickell's foundation for working with abused children and rehabilitating pit bulls, Bickell Foundation
Carolina Hurricanes therapy pig, Hamilton

Chicago Blackhawks

Alex DeBrincat's pup, Ralph
Dylan Strome's pup, Wrigley

Colorado Avalanche

Philipp Grubauer's pup, Leo
Samuel Girard's pup, Tornade

Columbus Blue Jackets

Columbus Blue Jackets BYDTWD (bring your dog to work day)
Elvis Merzlikins's pup, Koby
John Tortorella's foundation has Bear's Angels, a program to help rescue dogs

Dallas Stars

Mike Moodano, last year's Dallas Stars official pet
Stephen Johns's pup, Chief *Note, he loves: sticks
Tyler Seguin's 3 pups

Edmonton Oilers

Connor McDavid's pup, Lenard
Leon Draisaitl's pup

Florida Panthers

Noel Acciari's pup, Thor

Los Angeles Kings

Anže Kopitar's pup, Gustl
Drew Doughty's pup, Reggie
Dustin Brown's pup, Milo
Jeff Carter's pups, Mack, Bo, and Miley
Martin Frk's pups, Winston and Gigi

Minnesota Wild

Jarrett Stoll's pup, Howard

Montreal Canadiens

Max Domi's diabetes service dog, Orion *See Domi's stories for an Orion-specific photo reel

Nashville Predators

Matt Duchene's pup, Paisley

New Jersey Devils

Connor Carrick's pup, Hoagie
Will Butcher's pup, Olaf Mashed Potatoes

New York Islanders

Anders Lee's pups, Gordie and Howe
Matt Martin's pup, Jax
Scott Mayfield's pup, Odis

New York Rangers

Artemi Panarin's puppy, Riziy
Igor Shesterkin's pup, Simba

Philadelphia Flyers

Claude Giroux's pups, Harvey and Charlie
Oskar Lindblom's pup, Tage
Shane Gostisbehere's pups
Travis Konecny's pup, Ruby

Pittsburgh Penguins

Brian Dumoulin's pup, Roo
Jared McCann's pup, Cheddar *not just some common bitch
Matt Murray's pups, Beckham and Leo

San Diego Gulls

San Diego Gulls sell a Pucks & Paws calendar *In support of Shelter to Soldier program

San Jose Sharks

Evander Kane's pup, Penelope
Jo Pawvelski, San Jose Sharks official sass cat *This cat takes a strong stance on some controversial Tweets
Marc-Edouard Vlasic's pups, Kelly, Nicky, and Macy *More content on his wife's page

Tampa Bay Lightning

Blake Coleman's pup, Wyndham
Pat Maroon's pup, Bernadette

Toronto Maple Leafs

Freddie Gauthier's pup, Stella and video
Mitch Marner's pup, Zeus
Travis Dermott's pup aka statistician, Niylah
Tyson Barrie's pup, Ralph

Vancouver Canucks

Bo Horvat's pup, Gus
Chris Tanev's pug, in a box
Troy Stecher's pup, Phoebe

Vegas Golden Knights

Bark-André Furry, therapy dog
Mark Stone's pups, Olive, Lu, and Eldrick
Shea Theodore's pup, Brucie
Sir Winston, therapy dog
William Karlsson's pup, Obi-Wan

Washington Capitals

Alex Ovechkin's pup, Blake
Nick Dowd's pup, Arlo
Ovie, Washington Capitals unofficial pup *Also, official mascot for the Washington Ice Dogs Special hockey team
TJ Oshie's pups, Charlie and Sandy
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2020.01.17 21:24 MakeTotalDestr0i The New Generation of Self-Created Utopias As so-called intentional communities proliferate across the country, a subset of Americans is discovering the value of opting out of contemporary society.

The New Generation of Self-Created Utopias As so-called intentional communities proliferate across the country, a subset of Americans is discovering the value of opting out of contemporary society.
Ransom (a pseudonym) Heath, 42, and Eric Johnson, 36, on their way to feed the pigs at the East Wind intentional community in the Ozarks. Ransom (a pseudonym) Heath, 42, and Eric Johnson, 36, on their way to feed the pigs at the East Wind intentional community in the Ozarks.Credit...George Etheredge By Mike Mariani Jan. 16, 2020
THE EAST WIND COMMUNITY is hidden deep in the Ozarks of southern Missouri, less than 10 miles from the Arkansas border, surrounded by jagged hills and tawny fields. Getting there requires traversing country roads that rise, dip and twist through chicken-wire-fenced farmsteads and grazing pastures cluttered with rusty agricultural equipment until you reach 1,145 acres of largely undeveloped highland forest, where cedar, oak, pine and mulberry create a dense canopy. Beneath that are 27 buildings and structures, including four large dormitories, nine personal shelters, a kitchen and dining facility, an automobile shop, a nut butter manufacturing plant and a cold-storage warehouse, all built over the years by the community since its founding in 1974. Outside, farm animals — six piglets, 50 chickens, several dozen brown-and-white cows — crunch through the carpet of winter leaves.
Nearby, a pair of women make their way down a muddy field, one pushing a wheelbarrow, to a weathered-gray wooden barn where they’ll draw gallons of milk from their dairy cows. A reedy man with a long, sandy mullet presses a chain saw to the base of a tree trunk. People stop each other on the dirt paths, asking about the understaffed forestry program, or recounting anecdotes about going into town to sort through credit card charges. Everyone has somewhere to be, yet no one is hurried. There are no smartphones in sight. The collective feels like a farm, a work exchange and a bustling household rolled into one, with much work to be done but many hands to be lent.
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Continue reading the main story Image Aubrey DeLone, 31, harvests kale from a community garden.Credit...George Etheredge Image Milk drips onto a dairy cow's hoof.Credit...George Etheredge East Wind is what its 72 residents call an intentional community, a modern descendant of the utopian colonies and communes of centuries past where individuals share everything from meals, chores and living space to work, income, domestic responsibilities and the burden of self-governance. The term intentional community dates to the late 1940s, when the Inter-Community Exchange — an organization formed in Yellow Springs, Ohio, in the wake of World War II to help promote peaceful, cooperative living arrangements (in the hope of eradicating war altogether) — changed its name to the Fellowship of Intentional Communities; the founders felt the new title better conveyed the deliberateness with which these groups were assembling. The members of East Wind, for example, range in age from infancy to 76: Some have lived here for more than three decades, but around half of the population is part of a new wave, people in their late 20s and early 30s who joined in the last four years. These newer residents moved to East Wind to wean themselves off fossil fuels, grow their own food, have a greater say in how their society is run and live in less precarious financial circumstances.
According to Sky Blue, the 39-year-old executive director of the Foundation for Intentional Community and a former member of the Virginia-based commune Twin Oaks, which was founded in 1967, the number of intentional communities listed in the FIC’s directory nearly doubled between 2010 and 2016 (the last year the directory was published), to roughly 1,200. Although the number of people living in these communities is hard to pin down — the demographic is often deliberately off the grid — Blue estimates that there are currently around 100,000 individuals residing in them. “There’s an obvious growth trend that you can chart,” he said; millennials “get this intentional community thing more than people in the past.”
Image The road winds through open prairie en route to East Wind.Credit...George Etheredge Image Chris Turner, 27, walks the community’s vast property, which encompasses 1,200 acres.Credit...George Etheredge Image Don Rust, 69, assembles a rope sandal for East Wind’s sandal company, Utopian. Rust has lived in the community for more than 30 years.Credit...George Etheredge Image Austin, 24, blends in with the Ozarks’ autumn leaves.Credit...George Etheredge THE UNITED STATES HAS been a laboratory for experiments in alternative living since its founding. The English Puritans and Pilgrims who, wishing to escape the oppression and persecution of the Church of England, fled to America in the early 17th century to create smaller societies where they could live according to their faith were followed, notably, by the Transcendentalists in 1830s New England, who sought to distance themselves from the ruthlessness of the Industrial Revolution and instead lead a life driven by Romantic ideals.
In 1841, George and Sophia Ripley, Unitarians inspired by that Transcendentalist ethos, bought a 188-acre parcel of hills and pinewood forests in the West Roxbury neighborhood of Boston, where they started one of the country’s earliest and most influential utopian communities, called Brook Farm. To fund the project, the couple created a joint stock company with 10 other initial investors; they sold shares for $500, promising investors 5 percent of annual profits, which they hoped to earn by selling handmade clothing, collecting tuition from a private school run by Sophia and offering tours to curious outsiders for a small fee. George even wrote to Ralph Waldo Emerson, the founder of Transcendentalism, in 1840, in hopes that the movement’s putative leader might join or otherwise invest in his social experiment, arguing that, at Brook Farm, “thought would preside over the operations of labor, and labor would contribute to the expansion of thought” in order to achieve “industry without drudgery.”
Because Brook Farm aspired to so many goals — abolishing the class system, promoting gender parity, dividing labor equitably, privileging intellectual and leisure pursuits, promoting self-improvement — it attracted social reformers and early feminists, theologians and authors (Nathaniel Hawthorne was a founding member). Though it peaked at just 32 people and was officially shuttered in 1847 after being devastated by debt, smallpox and a fire, it became an American model for subsequent utopian projects. Over the following decades, more communities, including the Amana Colonies in Iowa and the Oneida Colony in upstate New York, served as sanctuaries from materialism and modernity. By the early 1900s, though, many of these had collapsed under the weight of financial pressures, ideological strife and tensions between the fantasy of social enlightenment and the realities of manual labor and working-class living conditions.
It wasn’t until the decades after World War II, when large numbers of Americans began questioning their nation’s sociopolitical and environmental policies, that the desire to create alternative societies was renewed, leading to the “hippie communes” that would become indelible features of the 20th-century cultural landscape. Places like Strawberry Fields in Southern California, The Farm in central Tennessee and Drop City in rural Colorado encapsulated the radical freedom, social experimentation and consciousness expansion that came to define the 1960s and 1970s. By borrowing openly from the psychedelic movement, artist collectives such as Ant Farm, Fluxus and Art Workers’ Coalition, as well as subcultures like the Merry Pranksters, the Nature Boys and, too, the rising environmentalist movement — some of which had emerged in response to the Vietnam War — these new communes tapped into an iconoclastic strain of society that embraced socialist ideals and Eastern philosophical tenets (including detachment, spontaneity and pacifism), rejecting many of the prevailing middle-class values of the time, including the primacy of the nuclear family and the zeal for conspicuous consumption (upon joining The Farm, for instance, all members took vows of poverty). Many of these communes, lacking any codified organizational structure and struggling to cultivate steady income, eventually faltered, but they had already achieved a kind of dubious cultural immortality, ultimately becoming the nation’s measure for the alternative living arrangements and utopian enterprises that followed.
Image Mardock, 38, puts his hand on the head of a recently slaughtered cow at FooPin, East Wind’s processing facility.Credit...George Etheredge Image Mariah Figgs, 20, and her partner Kris Gilstrap, 29, stand in front of their personal shelter.Credit...George Etheredge
WHILE HIPPIE COMMUNES have become a cliché, their DNA has nevertheless been passed down to some of today’s intentional communities. Consider Cedar Moon, tucked inside a state park on seven acres of farmland near the outskirts of Portland, Oregon. Up until 2004, the property was rented out to a rotating cast of free-spirited artists, activists and musicians, who lived in two old-growth timber-frame houses. When a developer offered the owner $1.5 million to convert the land into a housing development, longtime residents banded together to save it from a fate that would not only have left them homeless, but was antithetical to their values. In February 2005, 16 residents raised $125,000 in a month to buy the developer’s option contract — effectively removing the immediate threat — and then scrambled to secure the $1.5 million required to buy the property (nearly half of which, ironically, came from bank loans) over the next year.
In addition to the two original houses and a ramshackle barn, the property now consists of a sauna, yurt, outdoor kitchen, performance stage, composting-toilet outhouse and elaborate, brightly-painted gazebo that the 20 residents, who built everything themselves, call the T-Whale. Several of the structures are made of cob, a composite of clay, sand and straw that was popularized in England in the late Middle Ages and is extremely energy-efficient because of its high thermal mass. Almost everyone earns income outside of the community — Cedar Moon is not technically a commune according to the FIC definition — and current members, primarily people in their 30s and 40s and their children, include several teachers, a therapist, a director at a nonprofit and an accountant. While everyone keeps their finances separate, they share groceries, appliances (there’s one washer and dryer) and operate based on consensus. “It’s such an anticapitalist thing, just to share,” said Brenna Bell, an environmental lawyer who lives there. “Our economy relies on growth. It relies on people consuming. And we are going very intentionally in the opposite direction.”
Members must contribute 10 hours of labor each week, which might include tending the apple orchard, milking the herd of goats or cooking for the community (living expenses total around $600 a month). Cedar Moon isn’t off the power grid, but its residents have a dramatically smaller carbon footprint than the average American because they share resources, grow much of their own produce, use composting toilets and heat their homes with wood-burning stoves. Vinnie Inzano, a 30-year-old graduate student in marriage and family therapy, moved to Cedar Moon a year and a half ago because he didn’t want to be “plugged into systems that are causing collapse,” he said; he feels the community offers a better way of coexisting with the environment, “combating the story of extraction.”
Earthaven, which consists of 329 densely forested acres within North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, and was founded in 1994 by 18 people in their 30s and 40s, takes sustainability even more seriously. The community of roughly 100 people, which member Chris Farmer described as “overeducated suburban refugees,” is entirely off the grid. Several solar panels, a micro-hydropower system and smaller photovoltaic installations scattered throughout the property’s hills provide all the necessary energy for residents, who are divided into 11 smaller neighborhoods, each with anywhere from one to 14 homes made of earthen plaster, straw bale and lumber felled on the land. Rachel Fee, a 39-year-old herbalist, moved to Earthaven in 2017 after five years living outside Asheville, N.C. She wanted a more communal lifestyle that fit her ideals and didn’t push her to work relentlessly; here, she’s no longer “inundated with the idea that productivity is your self-worth,” she said. But Fee was also clear that her living arrangement was uniquely challenging, requiring a willingness to fully cohabit with others. Her 800-square-foot, reddish-brown straw-bale home sits on a gently sloping hill that she shares with 20 people living in nine structures huddled closely together. The residents get their water from the same spring and bathe in the same bathhouse. “This is not an idealistic situation,” she said. “It’s not running away from the world and sticking our head in the sand — it’s reinventing the wheel.”
Image Tom Bailey, 62, has lived at East Wind for nearly 38 years.Credit...George Etheredge Image Angelo Goodreau, 16 months, stands in front of an East Wind building.Credit...George Etheredge Image Channel Salmons, 30, with her Alembic Hydro cell.Credit...George Etheredge Image Maddie sits on top of a woodpile.Credit...George Etheredge IN 2017 BJORN GRINDE and Ranghild Bang Nes, researchers with the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, co-authored a paper on the quality of life among North Americans living in intentional communities. Along with David Sloan Wilson, director of the evolutionary studies program at Binghamton University, and Ian MacDonald, a graduate assistant, they contacted more than 1,000 people living in 174 communities across the U.S. and Canada and asked them to rate their happiness level on the Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS), a globally recognized measurement tool. They compared these results to a widely cited 2008 study by the psychologists William Pavot and Ed Diener, which surveyed past studies that used the scale to analyze 31 disparate populations — including Dutch adults, French-Canadian university students and the Inuit of northern Greenland — and discovered that members of intentional communities scored higher than 30 of the 31 groups. Living in an intentional community, the authors concluded, “appears to offer a life less in discord with the nature of being human compared to mainstream society.” They then hypothesized why that might be: “One, social connections; two, sense of meaning; and three, closeness to nature.”
Though many residents of intentional communities are undoubtedly frustrated by climate inaction and mounting economic inequality, others are joining primarily to form stronger social bonds. According to a study published last year by researchers at the University of California San Diego, more than three-quarters of American adults now experience moderate to high levels of loneliness — rates that have more than doubled over the last 50 years. Despite rising housing costs across the country, more Americans are living alone today than ever before. As Boone Wheeler, a 33-year-old member of East Wind, told me, “There are literal health consequences to loneliness: Your quality of life goes down due to lack of community — you will die sooner.”
Last February, Sumner Nichols, a 29-year-old who grew up in Pennsylvania and moved to East Wind four years ago, invited me to visit the community, which was originally established by a group of men and women who had been living at Twin Oaks and decided they wanted to use the knowledge and experience they accumulated to start their own commune. After amassing a handful of followers during stops in Vermont and Massachusetts, the fledgling group eventually settled in the Ozarks because the land was cheap and adjacent to water. The residents, whose commitment to industry has helped ensure East Wind’s longevity, crafted rope hammocks by hand in partnership with Twin Oaks in the 1970s before launching their own jarred nut-butter business in the early 1980s; their products, which are mainly sold across the Midwest, typically gross between $2 million and $3 million annually. All adult members of East Wind must work 35 hours per week in various capacities, whether cooking, gardening, milling lumber, maintaining infrastructure, looking after the animals or working in the manufacturing plant. Because it’s a relatively modest schedule, residents have enough free time to cultivate personal passions: Nichols practices wildlife photography, while other members produce and record music, study herbal medicine and create ceramics using the community kiln.
Even in the dead of winter, the property is stunning, with its undulating textures of ridges, glades and limestone escarpments. It was obvious how living here could reconnect people to the land, letting them hike, climb, swim and harvest in a way that is beyond reach for most Americans. As we passed a three-story dormitory painted Egyptian blue, Nichols told me that, as a college student in the late 2000s, he tumbled down what he calls the “climate change research hole,” reading websites that pored over grim scientific projections about an increasingly warmer planet. He’d joined the Bloomington, Indiana, chapter of the Occupy movement for a while, but saw the blaze of indignation dwindle to fumes without any lasting political victories. Afterward, Nichols felt wholly disillusioned by the corporations and government organizations that he felt had a stranglehold on his life. “It’s going to go how it goes,” he recalled thinking, so “how do you want to live in it?” After discovering several intentional communities online — many find East Wind and others through simple Google searches — he concluded that joining one was “just a more comfortable way of living right now.”
Image Richard “Boone” Wheeler, 33, stands in front of Lick Creek.Credit...George Etheredge Image East Wind Nut Butters’s almond butter.Credit...George Etheredge Image Kendra knitting.Credit...George Etheredge Image Chris Incorvia, 36, sits on a bucket in the community’s auto body shop.Credit...George Etheredge As evening approached, we met several residents who had decided to take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather by gathering at one of East Wind’s “swimming holes” — sandbanks that run alongside Lick Creek and provide easy swimming access. As the setting sun glinted off the gently rippling water, one 31-year-old resident, who goes by the mononym Indo and who had been at East Wind for five and a half years, discussed what brought him to the community: “When I was in Babylon,” he said, using the term members of East Wind half-sarcastically deploy to refer to mainstream society, “all I did was follow economics.” While the residents have similar issues and problems as people outside of an intentional community, he added, here they were free from the cutthroat hierarchies that dominated the broader culture. “Instead of your boss telling you what to do, it turns into a social relationship,” he said. “We’re just reframing it from a different perspective.” Indeed, if there is any sense of romanticism running through the community — one that harks back to Brook Farm’s belief in a daily life in which individual freedoms are more fully realized and moral convictions more faithfully observed — it lies in the notion that none of us, actually, have to be complicit to political, social and economic forces with which we don’t agree.
But unless people are raised in an intentional community or something closely resembling one, they must still find a way to relinquish whatever perch they’ve already carved out for themselves before moving to one of these places. The choice is reminiscent of a line from Henry Thoreau’s “Walden” (1854), in which the Transcendentalist author assures the reader that if he were to follow a more intrepid path, he “will pass an invisible boundary; new, universal, and more liberal laws will begin to establish themselves around and within him; or the old laws will be expanded, and interpreted in his favour in a more liberal sense…. He will live with the license of a higher order of beings.” There will always, however, be the daunting task of letting go.
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