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2020.12.02 05:46 Yave7tte Apparently I can Close a Project Better Than I Can Start One!!!! PASSED - NI/T/T/AT/AT

Here Goes.....
March 2018 - Took 1 week course for PMP Bootcamp through Project Management Academy (obtained 35 hrs), not cheap! Didn't take the exam soon thereafter....Still kept the materials though...looking at them on my desk now!
May 2018 - Application audited! Who knew....Procrastinated...(cuz I have time, right?)
February 2019 - I contacted former colleagues to get this application re-submitted with appropriate signatures, etc. During this time I went through a job change between companies....so, it was not ideal, but I was adamant I wanted to get this application re-submitted and not lose out on my hours which was like a ticking time bomb given the age of some of the projects I had listed.
March 2020 - COVID hits...and automatic extensions are given! Best time to study now, with all the TIME I had at home...
October 2020 - Officially started studying on Oct. 16th and set my exam date for Dec. 1st! Per Vargas, get that date nailed down, give yourself a reason to focus and stop procrastinating!
SOURCES:
Udemy Joseph Phillips Course - Used in last 2 weeks for the quizzes and audio for reviewing while driving, running, etc.
Andrew Ramdayal, PMP Exam Prep on Audible....loved the tone and speed of his voice while also driving, running, etc. - Used this early on in the process.....and throughout!
PrepCast - Purchased earlier this year, but didn't dive in until October 2020. Used every other day for domain and KA specific quizzes always doing at minimum 50 questions at a time, both timed and in learning mode! Took exams 1-5, definitely a low scorer.....any others out there, you too can pass! 65%/62%/59.5%/66%/67% Oddly enough, the 1 timed quiz I did where I actually had a passing score was 50 questions on Initiating! 74%
Downloaded PocketPrep 2020 for iPhone to use when lounging around the house and needed to do some quick quizzes or Question of the Day! Really got into this....averaged 67%
Also downloaded PMP Exam Mentor but it seemed too simplistic, only used for quick glossary references when on-the-go!
Read PMP PMBOK 6th Edition, didn't really dig in until November, highlighted, and referenced throughout.
Tried to read Rita, but didn't get past Integration Management....guess I'm better off anyway!
Watched the Aileen videos, Vargas, Praizion, PMPw/Ray, all valuable on this journey!
Participated in this thread, GroupMe 100 Days til PMP, Discord (only over the past2-3 weeks); we all in this together and it's been a real ride! Great to see people come together from all over the globe to encourage each other.....humanity still winning!!! :-)
Exam Experience:
On the morning of, had breakfast, but it didn't help having my house alarm go off at 3 am because of a defective window sensor (reminds me to call Xfinity), and had to take my daughter to morning volleyball practice for 5:45 am; but hey....I'm a Mom of 3! #mylife
I also attempted to do 100 questions I got wrong in learning mode in PrepCast before my 12:30 pm testing time....don't do it! I should have just kept it simple and cleared my head...who knows, maybe it helped....I'll never know (but I stopped at question 45 and said, it's now or never....move on).
Time management was always an issue for me....so, I focused on ensuring that I needed to have 2 hours for the latter half! Tons of change management, dissatisfied stakeholder with deliverables, 3-4 CPI/SPI questions, 1-2 critical path; never even jotted down the 7 formulas I memorized for brain dump, nor did I even write down the 49 processes and certainly was not going to memorize the ITTOS (my hardest concept to grasp)! After reading about horrible at-home experiences, I ensured to schedule my Pearson Vue on-site exam back in October (even then, December was slim pickings)! I was able to mumble behind my mask, as I to re-read questions for better understanding and did so many times, because those questions had me baffled trying to understand the "ASK"....basically I transferred the risk, because I didn't need it to be all on me at home...NO, NO, NO!
Glad to be done....felt like Superwoman after the Congratulations and Passed print out from Pearson Vue! I got me a long awaited workout in and hung some Christmas decorations outside in a cold snap...whatever you call cold weather in Texas! A few times, I wondered if I should push out the exam based on the scores alone, but with the other comments from low scorers and the 70% I surprised myself with on the PMI mock exam, it was just time.....answered some 2000 questions over all the platforms, apps, audio, etc.
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2020.11.25 21:37 baconlovr Week 12 Gameday Info - Saints @ Broncos

Here's a breakdown on a few items you need to know for this Sunday:
Date & Time Sunday, November 29th @ 3:05p CT
Opponent Denver Broncos
Location Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
Network - Broadcast Map
Announcers Adam Amin, Mark Schlereth
Referee Craig Wrolstad
Uniform Colors Saints- White Jerseys with White Pants -- Broncos - Orange Jerseys with White Pants
Saints Injuries (Final)
Position Player Injury Status
WR Deonte Harris Neck Questionable
G Andrus Peat Concussion Out
RB Ty Montgomery Hamstring Out
Broncos Injuries (Final)
Position Player Injury Status
CB Bryce Callahan Foot Questionable
T Demar Dotson Calf/Hand Questionable
G Graham Glasgow Calf Questionable
S Trey Marshall Shin Out
WR Jerry Jeudy Ankle/Achilles Questionable
LP Joseph Jones Calf Questionable
DT Sylvester Williams Elbow Questionable
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2020.11.24 22:20 LovingLife177 This was going to be another future FB post but DW issued cease and desist orders because some of my past posts have ruffled the feathers of some of our TBM family and friends. I guess their faith is too sensitive to be questioned.

In my opinion, when someone exercises faith in something, he/she is making the assumption that something is true without 100% proof. After all, if you have 100% proof that something is true, then you aren’t really exercising faith. In other words, faith fills in the gap between what we know and what we don’t know so that we feel comfortable taking action on a belief without knowing the outcome 100% ahead of time. Again, this is just my opinion about how faith works. I would love to hear others opinions/descriptions.
Now, since it would be impossible to accurately identify the exact percentage of what we know vs what we don’t know, because it is subjective, I like to use a technique that compares the likelihood of something happening or being true vs something else happening or being true. For example, I would ask myself, “Is it more likely or less likely that I will get in a car accident if I drive to the store for groceries?” Based on driving statistics and my past experience, I can quickly conclude that it is less likely that I will get into a car accident and can move forward with the assumption that I will not get into a car accident and go and get the groceries. Of course, I could be wrong and end up getting into an accident but the evidence strongly supports the belief that I will not get into an accident. So, with the support of that evidence, I can exercise faith that I will not get into an accident. If I decided that it was more likely that I would get into a car accident, I could continue to use this technique to compare alternate scenarios (car accident vs starving to death, etc) until I come to a final conclusion of whether I want to exercise faith that I will not get into a car accident and go and get the groceries.
When it comes to religion, I use this same technique. For example, “is it more likely or less likely that Jesus Christ was a real person that was born around 1 CE?” Based on the evidence that I am aware of, I would conclude that it is more likely that he existed and, in my opinion, I can comfortably exercise faith that he was a real person that lived on this earth. However, just because we choose to exercise faith in something doesn’t automatically make that thing true, no matter how much we want it to be true. That is why, in my opinion, it is very important to determine how much faith we are willing to exercise in a belief relative to the amount of evidence that supports or contradicts that belief.
When it comes to the LDS church specifically, I have asked myself many questions using the “based on the evidence available today, is it more likely or less likely that [insert specific LDS belief or historical claim] is true” method.
For example:
Which is more likely, that multiple civilizations mentioned in the Book of Mormon (BoM), consisting of millions of people, associated with various cultures, set in numerous geographically distinct cities, existed on the American continent, but have oddly left no evidence for their existence, or that Joseph Smith made it up?
Which is more likely, that all of the anachronistic things mentioned in the BoM (horses, cattle, oxen, sheep, swine, goats, elephants, bees, wheels, chariots, wheat, silk, steel, and iron) really did exist here on the American continent during the BoM timeline, but have oddly left no evidence of their existence, or that Joseph Smith made it up?
The BoM teaches that the Nephites had horses and chariots. The earliest examples of wheels are from Mesopotamia and date from about 3500 to 3000 BC. Lehi and his party obviously would have had knowledge of the wheel. Since there is no evidence of the wheel in the Americas during the BoM timeframe, is it more likely that Lehi and his party brought knowledge of the wheel to the American continent from Israel around 600 BC but that knowledge was lost over time through the Native American cultures and any archeological or DNA evidence to support this claim has disappeared? Or, is it more likely that Lehi and his party did not come to the Americas from Jerusalem around 600 BC and that the American Natives actually originated from Asia during a human migration across the Bering land bridge about 20,000 years ago before the wheel was invented, as supported by archaeological and DNA evidence?
With the Native American DNA evidence of Asian (not Israeli) decent, the anachronisms, the lack of archeological evidence, the translation vs dictation method issues, the reformed Egyptian characters issues, the evidence of influence of other contemporary writings, problems with the Jaredite story, problems with the Tower of Babel story, problems with the Global Flood story, the thousands of corrections made to the BoM after being declared “the most correct of any book on earth”, and the unreliability of the BoM Witnesses’ testimonies, it is more likely that the BoM really is a historical record of God’s dealings with ancient Israelites (Jaredites, Lehites, and Mulekites) on the American continent despite all these identified issues, or that Joseph Smith made it up?
Joseph Smith claimed to have translated the BoM, Book of Abraham (BoA), the Kinderhook plates, claimed to identify a dictionary of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, and claimed to have corrected errors in the Bible through inspired translation (JST). We have the original documents for the BoA and the Kinderhook plates and both of those translations have been proven false and both are acknowledged by the Church. We also have historical evidence supporting the misidentification of a greek psalter as a dictionary of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, also acknowledged by the church, as well as evidence that Joseph Smith plagiarized some of Adam Clarke’s Bible commentary and passed it off as his own work in JST Bible according to a recent BYU study. We also have Joseph Smith’s claim of being able to speak Egyptian completely debunked by modern Egyptologists. With a proven 5/6 fraud record for “translations”, is it more likely that Joseph Smith produced a correct “translation” with the BoM or another fraud, especially when considering the Native American DNA evidence of Asian (not Israeli) decent, anachronisms, lack of archeological evidence, translation vs dictation methods, reformed Egyptian characters, influence of other contemporary writings, problems with the Jaredite story, problems with the Tower of Babel story, problems with the Global Flood story, the thousands of corrections made to the BoM after being declared “the most correct of any book on earth”, and the questionable reliability of the BoM Witnesses’ testimonies?
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2020.11.23 23:11 alaskansteve Breathe..

Breathe Another day, another reminder that I am the guy in this GIF https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https%3A%2F%2Fmedia.giphy.com%2Fmedia%2F5mL9OFDty2v3q%2Fgiphy.gif&f=1&nofb=1 while most people are the two women. The news that is getting everyone's attention doesn't phase me in the LEAST. (Lots of links today, I will get them in the comment section as/if the platform allows them.)
As everyone knows by now, the Trump team released a memo saying Sidney Powell (SP) isn't part of their legal team. This does NOT mean she isn't working as she ALWAYS had and ALWAYS will. This is purely a clarification process that gives her more leniency and freedom to operate since she is not part of the OFFICIAL legal team. (This article) summarizes everything and makes it clear this is more than anything about fund raising and legalities.
Within minutes of this story breaking General Flynn posted that she is indeed still working with and for Trump. Remember, he said she is family, and if you mess with her, you mess with them. They are not abandoning her, but let your liberal "friends" think this is the case. SP responded with a tweet that was naturally deleted but she added a #KrakenOnSteroids. I love it.
With that out of the way, THIS is how I am feeling today. (This is a snapshot.) Do you understand how AWESOME things are about to get? Do you understand YOU are going to have a front row seat to one of the greatest moments in the history of the WORLD?! How could you NOT be excited?
Lets look at the latest round of fraud, since it is so laughable. We want this to be as egregious as humanly possible. ( A dude studied Mexifornia and found severe fraud in 53 of 58 counties.) That has been passed along. In Detroit, the biggest cluster of votes came from an insane asylum. (This article covers five election impossibilities) that we are supposed to believe took place this year. They have video of election workers taking away ballots to be destroyed. They have recorded audio of an election official in Detroit telling all employees that all Pedo Joe ballots were to be back dated.
A Dominion project manager was a mayor in MI, and took a $25 million contract. Do you remember how election night all the states shut down vote counting at the exact same time, something I have questioned repeatedly? Word is Dominion had a built in circuit breaker like Wall Street does when there is a run about to crash the market. It literally halted the elections because it realized the algorithm wasn't going to overcome the tsunami. (Lol, they got scared)
The Dominion HQ is in Toronto, the same place the unregistered DoJ plane was at for three days, and their HQ is abandoned, all external evidence of them ever being there removed. Apparently, they shared the building with a company called "Tides Canada" rumored to be involved in the fraud to elect Trudeau (beta male poser) over and over again even though Canadians hate him. How could anyone take office knowing that almost an entire country voted against them? No moral code whatsoever. No sense of guilt or remorse, basic human emotions that keep us in check. That covers ALL the "bad" news.
Now ready for the epic level of winning? I will build up to it.
Internal documents are showing the Trump team KNEW the lower courts would be Nazi storm troopers there to protect the steal. They will not stop what is coming, and I predict a bunch of those judges get disbarred and/or go to jail. The legend of 8kun grows daily. Some anon posted "General Flynn, you suck". Some anonymous 8kun posted a reply with "I have yet begun to fight" and posted a picture of some random dude. The anons jumped all over this and found out the guy is one of the key programmers of Dominion. So yes, Flynn is telling us the lead programmer for Dominion has turned on the dems and is working with Trump. 🤯
LW said they have copies of receipts of money paid to high ranking dem Congressman, the governor of GA, and the Sec'y of State of GA from China. 🤯
They also just posted evidence that the WSJ, WaPo, and LA Times were paid millions by China to publish propaganda 🤯, and this will have HUGE implications once you understand what I will explain in a minute.
This is a good time to remind you that in this situation, (the burden of proof is on the STATE to prove the elections were fair and clean) once that is challenged. After all, they have to certify it as such. This is NOT a criminal case, and the article explains it pretty decently. The case of fraud will be overwhelming. There will be NO legal defense.
What is interesting, as the case for the fraud keeps growing, polls of Americans show more and more believe Pedo Joe stole the election, including a third of libs and growing, yet have we seen ONE, and I mean just ONE, dem politician demand we investigate to make sure the election was honest? There isn't a SINGLE dem politician who supports free and fair elections. Same with establishment liberal republicans. The message is fraud doesn't exist, accept the theft and move on.
That brings us to the good stuff. Mike Adams has a great video summary of what I am hearing is coming (how the arrests could go down). Now remember, the elections took place under an issue of nat'l emergency. That isn't in question. What we are learning is that the Trump team has evidence of election interference and tampering by foreign nations prior to the election in what amounts to a cyberattack which is an act of war. This is where it is gets crucial to understand ALL the recent maneuvers by Trump.
Once this becomes an issue of nat'l security, EVERYTHING falls under the purview of the military. What has happened is Trump has made it clear who the good guys are, and who the bad guys are. He taken over the DIA, purged the Pentagon and top members of the Dept of Defense, and controls the NSA and special ops. Those are the good guys. The enemies are the FBI, the CIA, DoJ, big tech and media. I mean TRUE enemies as declared under a war act. 🤯
Mike Adams is reporting something I have been reading in that they have over 3 MILLION pages of dossier testimonies already. This is related to the election and all other issues we have been covering. So if this is all true, and the people who have military and intel insiders are all saying it is, then that means that election interference is seen as an act of war and a nat'l security risk which mean the military is in control which means so is Trump. Remember that the EO Trump issued in 2018 detailed THIS moment.
We keep hearing that thousands are being arrested. Mike Adams makes a great point. Whenever we have a high priority targets needing to be extracted from a dangerous situation, they send in the spec ops guys. These guys show up in unmarked vehicles wearing civilian clothing, then extract people. It's one of their specialties. Get in, get out covertly. It means that the arrests would be unnoticed and quiet. Those arrested would be taken to a central holding area under military control to be handed off to the DIA for interrogation and confessions. He has a different version of the internet kill switch which is a possibility.
At some point, the arrests will involve high profile targets that they cannot hide and keep quiet. Since you don't want them to know what is happening, tipping each other off, and fleeing, the Trump team might throw the kill switch to cover up the operation. Plus, we know the media would be treasonous as hell when the Fuhrer and Hillarnazi are hauled away so this would keep them silent. Then when things are turned back on, CNN looks nothing like it used to because Anderson Cooper, CIA stooge, has been arrested along with most of their newscasters.
How so? The EO specifically makes it a felony to spread disinformation and propaganda. Reference back to where I said we have evidence three major papers were paid by China to do just that. Is there a network that DIDN'T falsely label Pedo Joe as president elect? I believe really BIG things are going to go down. The military guys say the best day for the arrests is Thanksgiving due to travel restrictions, people gathering together in one location, and a general relaxation putting their guard down. I have no idea how much of this is true or accurate, but the military and intel guys are ALL giving some version of this scenario.
The problem is imagine you are some testosterone deficient soy boy living in your parents' basement posting your "I heart Pantifa" message to Twitter, when everything goes dark. (😂) You think Pedo Joe is your pedophile elect, then all of a sudden you hear Trump is the president and all your favorite America hating idols are under arrest. You go into immediate shock. Many will take to the streets to be met with the traditional branches of the military. These aren't the Portland cops taking a knee with you. These guys will not negotiate and will use lethal force (which will probably be labeled as CV-19 fatalities).
This is why they are ALL warning you to stock up on food and water and be prepared to shelter in your home for a few weeks. Is this all just a dream? Possibly, but I do know this FOR SURE. Trump will win, that is guaranteed, and the democrats will never be able to recover from this. They will NEVER regain credibility, and all their holier than thou platitudes we've been forced to swallow will ring hollower anything imaginable.
Right now we are at an insane 210,000 sealed indictments. For the new people, 1,000 is a HUGE number under normal circumstances. We are at 210 TIMES that. You want more concrete proof? Lin Wood (LW) keeps telling us that we will be "shocked" to learn about the Fuhrer (Obama). SP said the Fuhrer and friends were a criminal cabal. EVERYTHING keeps pointing back to the Fuhrer. He WILL be arrested at some point, and I think they are going to use THIS moment to bring down the entire deep state structure. Leaders, media, low level operatives. All of it.
How about this? ( This author claims Darth Soros was arrested back in October), and shows the arrest warrant. Sure it can be a forgery, but I keep telling you, these conspiracy guys invariably are people who discover the truth before the rest of society catches up.
Onto non-election news. (Trump is set to go nuclear on China) and is setting up a trade coalition to destroy them. He is also tackling the ridiculous birth right citizenship garbage abused by South Americans for decades. So much winning. I keep telling you, America is a conservative nation, and elections keep proving it. The single biggest voting block against Affirmative Action in Mexifornia was Hispanics.
Back to the conspiracy theory stuff. Anyone still believe CV-19 wasn't on purpose for this moment? (This author shows CV-19 testing kits that EXPIRED in 2018). The virus wasn't even NAMED CV-19 until 2020, yet here are the testing kits already in the hands of gov't officials years ago. Thanks Bill Eugenicist Gates.
A study showed big businesses are booming under the lock down economy while small businesses lost $200 billion. Of course, BIG businesses had the ability to do online sales, and many were allowed to stay open like Walmart while small businesses were forced to close.
People are getting fed up too, (Look at this video clip of a NJ citizen going off) on the Governor of NJ eating out with his family while the plebes suffer. Mexifornia put ‪a 10 pm‬ curfew in place, and major cities all over the state had HUGE crowds gather outside after ‪10 pm‬ in protest. The left is losing control.
NYC is a HELL hole, and almost an anarchist city. People are being pushed onto subway tracks to get hit by trains, people out in the streets with flame throwers, rats are exploding all over the city, gun deaths are soaring as the defund the police movement takes hold. You know my response. GOOD! You liberal MORONS voted for this, so enjoy the fruits of your decisions.
This isn't good. There is a new skin disease of unknown origin spreading in Africa. They are quarantining the SICK right now, just something to keep an eye on.
Libs are actually criticizing Parler because it dares to allow free speech. Uncensored free speech, and they are furious over it. (😂) This is hilarious.
A book about the dangers of the trans movement was banned by Target after a SINGLE complaint, probably (from this person). This made news bringing attention to the book which is now a number one best seller. Another Streisand Effect moment.
Did you know the Fuhrer has written three books about himself, and they all suck? Russia is about to block FakeBook, Twitter and YouTube because their censoring has gotten out of hand. Yes, a communist nation controlled by the former KGB members is going to block OUR companies for being too totalitarian. Let that sink in..
The uber liberal AMA just declared racism is a public health threat. So all those threats against whites are a threat to our health? Oh, those don't count. One million New Yorkers are turning to food banks as food shortages continue. Former liberal academic generals put in place by the Fuhrer are upset Trump is brining our troops home. I hope those guys go to Gitmo too. Apparently weaponized drones are only six months away from being operationally useful. Finally, two fun videos. Paul Joseph Watson blasts the Great Reset deniers, and this video shows what a typical conversation must be like between libs.
http://themostimportantnews.com/archives/what-radical-leftists-are-like-now
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2020.11.20 21:04 Rsubs33 [Game Preview] Week 11 - Philadelphia Eagles(3-5-1) @ Cleveland Browns (6-3)

Philadelphia Eagles (3-5-1) at Cleveland Browns (6-3)
This is a matchup between two teams headed in completely opposite directions. The Browns are a team on the rise looking to have their first winning record since 2007. Meanwhile the Eagles look like they are headed to their first losing record since Doug Pederson’s first season in 2016. Pederson’s offense which was once thought to be creative has become stale. The screen game which was once a staple of the offense has become nonexistent and Pederson frequently abandons the run early despite having one of the top running backs in the league which kills the play-action game. The coach’s arrogance has prevented him from hiring a true OC and handing over play-calling duties and that arrogance has seen his team make first round exits in the playoffs the last two years. I don’t have an answer for what this team needs to do for a win because with Doug calling the plays I think we can expect the same stale offense we have seen throughout this season. The same can be said with the Eagles defense where Jim Schwartz believes in his scheme over his players and rarely puts his guys in the best position and relies on them winning one on ones to bail him out. Hopefully this season will be a wakeup call to ownership and the coaching staff that the Super Bowl season was 3 years ago and they have been mediocre since that game. As always go Birds.
General Information
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Score Prediction Contest
Date
Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
Game Time Game Location
1:00 PM - Eastern FirstEnergy Stadium
12:00 PM - Central 100 Alfred Lerner Way
11:00 AM - Mountain Cleveland, OH 44114
10:00 AM - Pacific Wikipedia - Map
Weather Forecast
Stadium Type: Open Air
Surface: Kentucky Bluegrass
Temperature: 40°F
Feels Like: 34°F
Forecast: Rain. Rain throughout the day.
Chance of Precipitation: 69%
Cloud Coverage: 100%
Wind: East Northeast 9 MPH
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Browns -3
OveUnder: 47.5
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 3-6, New York 3-6
Where to Watch on TV
FOX will broadcast Sunday’s game to a regional audience. Adam Amin will handle the play-by-play duties and Mark Schlereth will provide analysis. Lindsay Czarniak will report from the sidelines.
TV Map - Week 11 TV Coverage Map
Radio Streams
List of Eagles Radio network member stations with internet broadcast availability
Radio.com 94.1 Desktop Streaming
Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (44th season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Atlantic City/South Jersey WENJ-FM 97.3 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Northumberland, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA WEJL-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WEJL-AM 630 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WBAX-AM 1240 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-FM/AM 101.7 FM
York/LancasteHarrisburg, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo and Bill Kulik will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA LA MEGA 105.7 FM
Allentown, PA WSAN 1470 AM
Atlantic City, NJ WIBG 1020 AM; 101.3 FM
Browns Radio
Browns Radio Jim Donovan season to handle play-by-play duties for the broadcast. Former Brown Doug Dieken will provide color and analysis during the game.
National Radio
ESPN Radio will broadcast the game nationally with Roxy Bernstein handling the play by play and Ben Hartsock will provide analysis.
Satellite Radio
Station Eagles Channel Browns Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI 108 (Streaming 825) SIRI 135 (Streaming 807)
XM Radio XM 383 (Streaming 825) XM 229 (Streaming 823)
Sirius XM Radio SXM 383 (Streaming 825) SXM 229 (Streaming 823)
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Snapchat: Eagles Snapchat: officalbrowns
NFC East Standings
NFC EAST Record PCT Home Road Div Conf PF PA Net Pts Streak
Eagles 3-5-1 .438 2-2-1 1-3 2-3 3-3 203 232 -29 1L
Giants 3-7 .300 2-3 1-4 3-2 3-6 195 236 -41 1W
Football Team 2-7 .222 2-3 0-4 2-2 2-5 180 218 -38 2L
Cowboys 2-7 .222 2-3 0-4 1-2 2-5 204 290 -86 4L
Series Information
Cleveland Browns lead Philadelphia Eagles series (31-17-1)
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
September 16th, 1950 at the Philadelphia Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia, PA. Cleveland Browns 35 - Philadelphia Eagles 10
Points Leader
Cleveland Browns lead the Philadelphia Eagles (1211-930)
Coaches Record
Doug Pederson: 1-0 vs. the Cleveland Browns
Kevin Stefanski: 0-0 vs. the Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Doug Pederson vs. Kevin Stefanski: First Meeting between coaches
Quarterback Record
Carson Wentz: Against Browns: 1-0
Baker Mayfield: Against Eagles: 0-0
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Baker Mayfield: Wentz leads 0-0.
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Eagles lead the Browns: 2-0
Record @ FirstEnergy Stadium: Eagles lead the Browns: 2-0
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 21 - Browns No. 15
Record
Eagles: 3-5-1
Browns: 6-3
Last Meeting
Thursday, September 11, 2016
Eagles 29 - Browns 10
The Eagles kicked off the 2016 season against the Cleveland Browns. 2nd Overall pick Carson Wentz made his debut. The Eagles started off well. Wentz threw his 1st career TD to Jordan Matthews. Caleb Sturgis missed a field goal in the 1st Quarter but made one early in the 2nd Quarter to extend the lead to 10–0. The Browns would respond early in the 2nd quarter with an Isaiah Crowell 1 yard TD to cut the Eagles lead to 10–7. The Eagles only managed to kick another Sturgis field goal in the 2nd Quarter which resulted in a 13–7 lead at halftime. The Browns then kicked another field goal to change the score to 13–10. Midway through the 3rd Quarter, a bad snap by Browns center Cameron Erving went over the head of Quarterback Robert Griffin III and into the end zone for a safety and it extended the Eagles lead to 15–10. Following that drive, Wentz and the offense went back to work . Wentz threw his 2nd TD to Nelson Agholor to change the score to 22–10. The Eagles mainly burned out the clock in the 4th quarter to weaken the Browns hopes of a comeback. Ryan Mathews sealed the game with a 1-yard TD to make the final score 29–10.
Click here to view the Video Recap
Last 10 Meetings
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Date Winner Loser Score
09/11/16 Eagles Browns 29-10
09/09/12 Eagles Browns 17-16
12/15/08 Eagles Browns 30-10
10/24/04 Eagles Browns 34-31
12/10/00 Eagles Browns 35-24
11/13/94 Browns Eagles 7-26
11/10/91 Eagles Browns 32-30
10/16/88 Browns Eagles 3-19
09/19/82 Eagles Browns 24-21
11/04/79 Browns Eagles 19-24
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
Browns Browns
2020 “Expert” Picks
Week 11 - "Expert" Picks
2020 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Browns Season Stats
2020 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Passing
Name CMP ATT PCT YDS TD INT RAT
Wentz 199 342 58.2% 2091 12 12 73.1
Mayfield 149 243 61.3% 1646 15 7 90.0
Rushing
Name ATT YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Sanders 86 519 86.5 6.0 3
Hunt 134 633 70.3 4.7 3
Receiving
Name REC YDS YDS/G AVG TD
Fulgham 30 443 73.8 14.8 4
Landry 36 448 49.8 12.4 0
Sacks
Name Sacks Team Total
Graham 7.0 31
Garrett 9.5 22
Tackles
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Gerry 57 32 25 1.0
Goodson 65 42 23 0.5
Interceptions
Name Ints Team Total
Singleton/McLeod/Mills 1 3
Goodson 2 7
Punting
Name ATT YDS LONG AVG NET IN 20 TB BP
Johnston 39 1949 66 50.0 43.5 14 3 0
Gillan 28 1378 59 44.9 40.0 9 2 0
Kicking
Name ATT MADE % LONG PAT
Elliot 13 9 69.2% 54 12/12
Parkey 12 11 91.7% 46 23/24
Kick Returns
Name ATT YDS AVG LONG TD
Scott 11 202 18.4 25 0
Peoples-Jones 16 338 21.1 33 0
Punt Returns
Name RET YDS AVG LONG TD FC
Ward 11 72 6.5 22 0 12
Peoples-Jones 6 35 5.8 13 0 3
League Rankings 2020
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Browns Stat Browns Rank
Total Offense 331.8 27th 347.8 23rd
Rush Offense 122.8 10th 159.0 4th
Pass Offense 209.0 27th 188.8 30th
Points Per Game 22.6 24th 24.0 T-18th
3rd-Down Offense 39.7% 24th 41.8% 18th
4th-Down Offense 29.4% 30th 38.5% 27th
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 65.4% 11th 71.4% 6th
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Browns Stat Browns Rank
Total Defense 344.8 11th 357.1 15th
Rush Defense 133.0 26th 104.9 8th
Pass Defense 211.8 6th 252.2 21st
Points Per Game 25.8 16th 27.1 20th
3rd-Down Defense 39.2% 10th 48.7% 29th
4th-Down Defense 50.0% T-12th 86.7% 31st
Red Zone Defense (TD%) 69.0% T-24th 59.5% 13th
Team
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Browns Stat Browns Rank
Turnover Diff. -12 31st +4 T-6th
Penalties/Game 6.2 T-23rd 6.0 T-20th
Penalty Yards/Game 49.9 15th 52.6 21st
Connections
Browns HC Kevin Stefanski is from Philadelphia, PA and attended university of Penn.
Browns GM Andrew Berry was the Eagles Vice President of Football Operations in 2019.
Browns Senior Football Advisor Ryan Grigson worked for the Eagles as a scout in varying roles from 2004-2011.
Browns Assistant Offensive Line Coach Scott Peters was drafted in the 4th round of the 2002 NFL draft.
Browns FS Andrew Sendejo played for the Eagles in 2019 before he was released.
Eagles LB Coach Ken Fajole held the same position for the Browns from 2013-2015.
Eagles DE Genard Avery played two seasons for the Browns from 2018-2019.
Eagles DC Jim Schwartz worked as a scout for the Browns from 1993-1995.
Browns K Cody Parkey played 2 seasons for the Eagles from 2014-2015.
2020 Pro Bowlers
Eagles Browns
DT Fletcher Cox (Starter) RB Nick Chubb(starter)
OG Brandon Brooks (Starter) WR Jarvis Landy
C Jason Kelce (Starter) G Joel Bitonio (1st Alt)
LS Rick Lovato (Starter)
TE Zach Ertz
SS Malcom Jenkings (1st Alt)
OT Lane Johnson (1st Alt
General
Referee: Adrian Hill
Philadelphia has won 5 consecutive games in the series against Cleveland, as well as 7 of the last 9 overall. The Eagles last faced the Browns on Sep. 11, 2016, when Philadelphia won 29-10 in Doug Pederson’s debut as the Eagles’ head coach.
Philadelphia owns a 3-0 record at FirstEnergy Stadium and has won 4 straight road games vs. Cleveland. The last time the Eagles traveled to Cleveland was on Sep. 9, 2012 (W, 17-16).
Miles Sanders ranks 2nd among NFL RBs in rushing average (6.0), trailing only Nick Chubb (6.1) (min. 75 attempts). Sanders is also 2nd among NFL RBs in scrimmage yards per touch (6.2), behind Alvin Kamara (6.6) (min. 100 touches).
Brandon Graham leads the Eagles defense with 7.0 sacks, which is tied for the 8th-most in the NFL. Only five NFL players rank in the Top 10 in both sacks and TFLs this season: Graham, Leonard Floyd, Trey Hendrickson, Za’Darius Smith and T.J. Watt.
Jason Kelce has started 98 consecutive regular-season games, which is the longest active streak among NFL centers.
Draft Picks
Eagles Browns
WR Jalen Raegor OT Jedrick Wills
QB Jalen Hurts S Grant Delpit
LB Davion Taylor DT Jordan Elliott
S K’Von Wallace LB Jacobs Phillips
OT Jack Driscoll TE Harrison Bryant
WR John Hightower C Nick Harris
LB Shaun Bradley WR Donovan Peoples-Jones
WR Quez Watkins
OT Prince Tega Wanogho
LB/DE Casey Toohill
Notable Off-season Additions
Eagles Browns
S Will Parks DT Andrew Billings
DT Javon Hargrave DE Adrian Clayborn
CB Nickell Robey-Coleman OT Jack Conklin
CB Darius Slay BJ Goodson
OT TE Austin Hooper
CB Kevin Johnson
QBCase Keenum
S Kark Joseph
S Andrew Sendejo
WR Jojo Natson
CB Donovan Olumba
Notable Off-season Departures
Eagles Browns
S Malcom Jenkins LB Joe Schobert
CB Ronald Darby CB TJ Carrie
RB Jordan Howard TE Demetrius Harris
WR Nelson Agholor LB Christian Kirksey
OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai G Eric Kush
LB Kamu Grugler-Hill S Eric Murray
RB Darren Sproles S Damarius Randall
DT Timmy Jernigan TE Rick Seals-Jones
LB Nigel Bradham LB Adarius Taylor
Milestones
Eagles QB Carson Wentz (109) needs 3 passing TDs to move up to 4th on the Eagles all-time passing yards list moving ahead of QB Norm Snead.
Eagles QB Carson Wentz (991) needs 9 yards for 1000 career rushing yards.
Eagles DT Fletcher Cox (51.5) needs 4 sacks to move up to 5th on the Eagles all-time sack list tying DE Hugh Douglas
Eagles DE Vinny Curry (29) needs 1 sacks to move up to 18th on the Eagles all-time sack list passing DT Jerome Brown
Browns QB Baker Mayfield (64) needs 3 passing TDs to move up to 6ths on the Browns all-time passing TD list moving ahead of QB Milt Plum
Browns RB Nick Chubb needs 168 yards to move up to 9th on the Browns all-time rushing list passing Isaiah Crowell
Stats to Know
Eagles to Face One of the Greatest Former Eagles of All Time
I’m not sure I know of any Eagles fan that misses former Eagles Safety Andrew Sendejo, do you? Hey Browns fans, are you enjoying him yet? Sendejo is known for not just his bad tackling, but also taking out his own teammates (“Sorry, Avonte!”). It just so happens that Sendejo’s propensity for missed tackles is at an all-time low this season. Of 93 Safeties with appreciable snaps, Sendejo is tied for 4th-worst tackling efficiency (weighted per snap). He is tied for 2nd-worst in number of missed tackles against the run (7), which puts him on a season’s pace notably worse than any other season in the raw stat. His tackling efficiency this season is 5.2, so far, compared to 6.0 last year and 7.2 the year before. Looking at coverage ability, he’s allowing a passer rating of 135 this season, compared to 95 last year, and 84 the year prior. I’ll take Will Parks for now. You enjoy, Browns fans.
Matchups to Watch
Eagles Run Defense vs Browns Rushing Offense
The Browns are an analytically driven team and because of that they know that a good, efficient, and explosive passing attack is key to success in the NFL. That has been a bit of a struggle at times this year for a number of reasons. One area of their team where they haven't struggled is in the running game. First year HC Kevin Stefanksi has brought a lot of the good he implemented with the Vikings to the Browns as they have an incredibly effective and diverse running game; they do just about everything and do it well. Why? Their offensive line has quickly become one of the best in the NFL. A big reason for this success is new OL coach Bill Callahan, one of the best OL coaches in the game. One thing that works in Callahan's favor is the improved talent on the roster. Joel Bitonio has long been on of the best guards in the NFL; Callahan has then made Wyatt Teller a force on the inside. Rookie Jedrick Willis has been a stud at Left Tackle and Center JC Tretter is very solid and a bit underrated. The Browns may be without RT Jack Conklin on Sunday due to COVID; his replacement will be an inevitable downgrade, unfortunately. Stefanski has gotten by with worse at the position, just look at the Vikings OL. Their scheme does a lot to hide the flaws in talent which is what any good coach should be doing. On top of that, the Browns will have Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt at running back. This is the best running back room in the NFL. The Eagles have struggled against the run of late due to their atrocious LBs and Safeties. Their defensive line is still good, but watch the linebackers. They aren't physical and they have absolutely no clue how to consistently execute their run fits. Watch this opening TD run from Daniel Jones. What on God's green earth is this? TJ Edwards absolutely blew his run responsibility. Watch Jalen Mills shy away from contact. This is why the Eagles run defense is bad. In possibly unfavorable conditions to pass, the Browns may lean on their advantage upfront and the Eagles may struggle to stop it. There isn't much reason to think they won't either as they've struggled against lesser competition than what they are about to face.
Eagles Passing Attack vs Browns Pass Defense
The Browns have a pretty average defense by DVOA but do have a good cornerback in Denzel Ward. Defensively, the Browns are pretty similar to Eagles in terms of scheme. Ward is very sticky in man coverage and isn't afraid to get physical with receivers. Ronnie Harrison has emerged this year as a quality safety after flaming out with the Jaguars the previous couple of season. Terrance Mitchell is also another quality corner for the Browns. Outside of that, there isn't much that is spectacular for the Browns after their pass rush. The Eagles have healthy weapons in Goedert, Reagor, Fulgham, Ward, Alshon, Sanders, and Scott to take advantage of holes in the middle of their defense. The Browns also start Andrew Sendejo at Safety, who all Eagles fans should be familiar with as he sucks. News broke on Friday that Myles Garrett is on the COVID list and won't play on Sunday. Hopefully Garrett will be fine; in terms of football, this is an incredible gift for the Eagles. Garrett is on his way to earning his first DPOY award and would be an absolutely nightmare for the Eagles to defend even as the OL gets healthy. The Browns pass rush could still have it's moments against the Eagles OL but given the Garrett loss, the Eagles need to be able to take advantage of the holes in the Browns pass defense. Can the Eagles suddenly shit tier starter actually play well? Can Doug remember how to be a good offensive mind?
Eagles Pass Rush vs Browns Pass Blocking
The Eagles defense lives and dies by their pass rush. They will have their full compliment of pass rushers again for this contest against a very good Browns offensive line. The major weakness for the Browns OL on Sunday will be at RT as Jack Conklin may not play. If he doesn't, the Browns would be wise to send all kinds of help that way as Brandon Graham has been having an All Pro caliber season. It is key the Eagles get pressure on Baker Mayfield when they do pass as he is one of the leagues worst QBs under pressure. Mayfield is a lot like Wentz this year: prone to mistakes under pressure with poor pocket management that puts him in trouble. The Browns have more than enough weapons in the passing game to be able to take advantage of the Eagles defense provided Mayfield has time to throw. Darius Slay will give Jarvis Landry issues but no one else should really put up much of a fight against the Browns receivers. The Eagles LBs and Safeties are also incapable of covering anything; the Browns TEs and RBs should have a field day. As always with the Eagles, as the DL goes so goes the defense as a whole.
Special thanks to MikeTysonChicken and abenyishay for their help in creating this Game Preview.
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2020.11.19 00:40 Yularen2077 List of All US Presidents: Part 5 - New England

Ever wonder who all the Presidents of New England are? Looking for an up to date guide? Well look no further!
Below you can find a list (with KRTL occupations, or if I could not find it, OTL), and portraits/bios, of all possible Presidents for New England.

Provisional Government

1937 - Provisional Election
New England is founded and lead by Provisional President Joseph William Martin Jr. (Republican, Conservative), Representative from Massachusetts. Once the 2ACW breaks out, Canada will get an event asking if it wishes to occupy New England, as per the New England Governors’ request. It is possible for Canada to occupy in just a 2-way CW, but less likely. Once occupied, after taking ‘The England Question’ focus, Canada will decide if it will continue to occupy or release New England as a puppet. Down the line in NE’s focus tree, NE can ask for Home Rule, removing it’s puppet status. This can be denied however, and later NE will declare a Second Declaration of independence, breaking free from Canada and the Entente. Canada may not necessarily accept this and declare war. Once the 2ACW ends, the victor can ask NE to be reunited peacefully and if it is turned down may declare war.
Martin will not necessarily stay as President for too long, as the Governors of the breakaway states meet to select an elected Interim President, not unlike the PSA does. The three candidates are:
William Averell Harriman – Liberal. Businessman
Percival P. Baxter - Republican, Liberal. Former Governor of Maine
Joseph William Martin Jr. - Republican, Conservative. Representative from Massachusetts
Note about re-election. An incumbent President will automatically become the party’s nominee for that election year, being able to serve as President for a maximum of two terms (election cycles). What you see below are the candidates who are not incumbents.
That is except for Harriman, who will only serve until 1940. Note that Harriman is also a possible candidate as a Moderate Democrat in the 1948 US Election.
I am not sure if I am looking too much into it (as all candidates share the leader and head of government) but three candidates, once elected, will have a different head of government. You can see them below President it applies to. Harriman has John Gilbert Winant; Martin has Christian Herter, a candidate himself in both 1940 and 1944; and Styles Bridges way off in the 1952 election has Warren Austin.
Note that in your playthrough, the Primaries for the Republican Party (Conservatives) show up in the events as Democratic Party, but the actual name of the party does not change.

1940

1940 Election
John Gilbert Winant – Liberal, Former Governor of New Hampshire
Herbert H. Lehman – Liberal, Former Governor of New York
Percival P. Baxter – Republican Party (Liberal), Former Governor of Maine
Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. – Republican Party (Liberal), Businessman
Joseph William Martin Jr. – Republican Party (Conservative), Representative from Massachusetts
Christian Herter – Republican Party (Conservative), Governor of Massachusetts

1944

1944 Election
Dennis J. Roberts – Liberal, Governor of Rhode Island
Peter G. Gerry – Liberal, Senator from Rhode Island
Sherman Adams – Republican Party (Liberal), Governor of New Hampshire
Robert F. Bradford – Republican Party (Liberal), Governor of Massachusetts
Christian Herter – Republican Party (Conservative), Former Governor of Massachusetts

1948

1948 Election
Maurice J. Tobin – Liberal, Mayor of Boston
Paul A. Denver – Liberal, Attorney General of Massachusetts
George Aiken – Republican Party (Liberal), Senator from Vermont
Robert F. Bradford – Republican Party (Liberal), Governor of Massachusetts
Thomas C. Hart – Republican Party (Conservative), Admiral
Note that choosing Hart in the Primary will not get him as the candidate as the code seems to be a bit of a copy and paste mistake. It instead gives the flag for a PSA candidate, so when you go to elect him in the general election it does not recognize the flag and he will be unavailable. It works as intended in 1952, just don’t choose him as the winner in 1948 first.

1952

1952 Election
Paul A. Denver – Liberal, Attorney General of Massachusetts
Charles Poletti – Liberal (OTL Lt. Governor of New York, and Governor for one month)
Nelson Rockefeller – Republican Party (Liberal), Governor of New York
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. – Republican Party (Liberal), Senator from Massachusetts
Styles Bridges – Republican Party (Conservative), Senator from New Hampshire
Thomas C. Hart – Republican Party (Conservative), Admiral
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Part 1 - The US and MacArthur Coup Part 2 - AUS and Commonwealth Part 3 - CSA and Butler Coup Part 4 - PSA Part 5 - New England Bonus - Hawaii Bonus - Puerto Rico
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This was going to be the last part, but I got a request to continue with Hawaii and thought, 'why not?,' so check back tomorrow for the last part. Hope you liked this one, Thank you!
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2020.11.12 17:08 cincbus Introducing: The Royal Family of Liechtenstein

Author's Note:
  1. Sorry for the delay everyone .... for those of us in the US the last couple of weeks have been a bit hectic and I just didn't have the time or energy to put this together :)
  2. I usually make the links nicer for these but today am just gonna do an old copy/paste. Hope you guys don't mind if it's a bit sloppy!
Let’s first talk about Liechtenstein
Situated in the middle of Europe, Liechtenstein has only 37,000 inhabitants. A country caught between a prince and a democracy, it is led by one of the most politically powerful monarchs in the world. Covering 61 square miles, Liechtenstein is one of the world’s most prosperous – the microstate has a per capita income of about $100,000.
The political system of Liechtenstein is dualistic, in that the power is constitutionally shared between the Prince and the people. Citizens are represented by an elected parliament, however the Prince plays a more powerful role than his European counterparts. He can dismiss the government, dissolve parliament, veto the outcomes of popular votes, and has a role in the appointment of judges.
Hans-Adam II, who is widely known for his confrontational style, has skillfully exploited these sentiments by referring to his opponents as ‘enemies’. Making use of populist rhetoric, the Prince calls elected politicians ‘the oligarchy’, and advocates the limitation of their powers so that he can rule together with the people. Playing on popular sentiments about politicians, the Prince asserts that members of parliament and government only think in the short-term, always seek to extend their powers, and are inclined toward corruption. The Prince has repeatedly threatened to leave the country if his powers become limited, and since the Principality carries his name, this could have dramatic consequences for Liechtenstein’s future as a sovereign state.
The Princely Family tends to keep to themselves, rarely undertaking events with other royals. Prince Hans-Adam joined other monarchs from around the world at a Windsor Castle lunch on May 18 celebrating Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, but his family declined an invitation to attend last year’s wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton. "We must set our priorities," he told me in one of two meetings we held over the past few months, first in Vaduz, the capital, and then in New York. "And our priorities are, in contrast to other monarchies, not only responsibilities for the state but the responsibility of managing the family business, as the family has to pay for the costs of the monarchy and to a limited degree also for the costs of the state."
Read more: https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2017/01/30/the-curious-case-of-liechtenstein/
More: A video including an interview with Hans-Adam https://reason.com/video/2016/03/21/prince-of-liechtenstein/
Yet another deep dive: https://www.optionstheedge.com/topic/travel/cradled-medieval-castles-and-alpine-villages-liechtenstein-bijou-land-straight-out
Are you bored yet: https://www.bangkokpost.com/business/1791669/from-the-alps-to-asia
The 2003 referendum
A referendum was held in 2003 in which some Liechtensteinians (is that what we call them?) hoped to restrict the monarch’s powers. Hans-Adam and his family threatened to leave Liechtenstein behind if it passed and his powers were curtailed. All was for not, however, as 83.44% of voters rejected the referendum.
Read more: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/2853991.stm
The 2012 referendum
A referendum on the Prince’s power was once again held in 2012 seeking to limit the extensive veto powers held by the Prince. The proposal was rejected by 76% of voters.
This referendum was brought about after Regent Alois threatened to veto a law allowing for voluntary abortion.
Read more: https://foreignpolicy.com/2012/06/29/the-prince-vs-the-paupers/
Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein (b. 1945)
Hans-Adam II is the reigning Prince of Liechtenstein.
Born in Zurich, Hans-Adam graduated from the University of St. Gallen with a master’s degree in Business and Economic Studies in 1969.
In 1984, his father Prince Franz Joseph II, handed over the day-to-day operations of Liechtenstein to Hans-Adam, however Franz Joseph retained the title of sovereign prince and head of state until his death in 1989.
Hans-Adam is the richest monarch in Europe, as he controls a dynastic fortune rooted in LGT Group, a private bank that caters to the ultra-rich worldwide. His net worth is reported at $4.4B, though other sources have him at closer to $8B. His bank brings immense wealth to Liechtenstein, attracting around $21B in net inflows last year. Because of his wealth, the Prince does not actually receive any money from the state of Liechtenstein. HA has famously said “I have to earn money before noon so I can afford to reign in the afternoon.”
He officially handed the power of making day-to-day decisions to his son, Prince Alois, in 2004.
Marriage
HA is married to his second cousin, Countess Marie. The two met in the summer of 1961 when the countess was in town visiting relatives. Prince Hans-Adam, 16 at the time, claims it was love at first sight with the 21 year old Countess. They became engaged in 1966, and married in 1967.
Read more about their wedding: http://www.luxarazzi.com/2013/07/luxarazzi-101-wedding-of-prince-hans.html
Video clips: https://royalwatcherblog.com/2017/07/30/wedding-of-prince-hans-adam-of-liechtenstein/
HA visiting the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsrNP3u11xM
Hans-Adam drinks beer with his subjects on Liechtenstein’s 300th birthday https://www.reuters.com/article/us-liechtenstein-anniversary-idUSKCN1V51S5
Marie, Princess of Liechtenstein (b. 1940)
Born in Prague, she is the daughter of a Count of the House of Kinsky, a prominent Czech noble family. At the end of WW2, her family was placed in a Czech concentration camp by the Czech government. With the help of a French officer, her family fled to the Bohemian Forest region where they were hidden by a family friend for a month until an American priest helped them to leave the country. The Kinskys were stripped of all their properties based on the Beneš decrees.
Side note: Franz-Ulrich Kinsky, the current head of the family, sued the CZ in 2005 in an attempt to regain almost $1.5B in property from the Czech government. https://english.radio.cz/franz-ulrich-kinsky-aristocrat-suing-czech-republic-over-a-billion-dollars-8626605
The family ultimately landed in Germany, with Marie attending boarding school in England, then graduating from the University of Munich. She then spent time in Paris to learn French, and worked as an industrial designer for a printing house in Germany.
Her focus in Liechtenstein is on education, culture, and the arts. She is patron of the Red Cross and of a foundation for people in Liechtenstein with special needs.
HA and Marie have 4 children:
Hereditary Prince Alois
Prince Maximilian (b. 1969)
***** fun fact! He married Angela Gisela Brown in 2000. She is the first woman of African descent to marry into a reigning European dynasty. Check out her wedding gown – does it look familiar? https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/latest/a20777019/meghan-markles-dress-inspiration-princess-angela/
Prince Constantin (b. 1972)
Princess Tatjana (b. 1973)
The children are all involved in running the family bank.
Prince Alois, Hereditary Prince of Liechtenstein (also Regent) (b. 1968)
Alois attended the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, afterwards earning a master’s degree from the University of Salzburg in 1993. He worked as an accountant in London until 1996, then returning to Liechtenstein to manage the family finances. Since 2004, Alois has been Regent of Liechtenstein, meaning he runs the country though his father retains the title of Prince of Liechtenstein.
The Prince Family are staunch conservative Catholics. Though they rule a small country and are actually quite close with the people, little is known about them personally. They make it a priority to stay out of the press. Alois is said to enjoy tennis, skiing, and hunting. Read more: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-liechtenstein-tax-prince-idUSL2951784820080302
Marriage (m. 1993)
Alois is married to Duchess Sophie of Bavaria, a descendent of the last Bavarian king, Ludwig III. The origin of their relationship is a secret, but it is known that they met years prior to their wedding at a birthday party.
Deep dive: http://www.luxarazzi.com/2013/07/luxarazzi-101-wedding-of-hereditary.html
Easier to see photos http://royalmusingsblogspotcom.blogspot.com/2013/07/the-wedding-of-duchess-sophie-in.html
An interview with Alois (in English) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDg9wygvif4&t=102s
Sophie, Hereditary Princess of Liechtenstein (b. 1967)
She is the eldest of five daughters to Prince Max and Princess Elisabeth of Bavaria. She grew up in Germany, and studied history and English language and literature at the Catholic University of Eichstatt-Ingolstadt. She accompanies her husband on foreign visits, and serves as patron of many organizations in Liechtenstein.
An interview with Sophie: https://www.liechtenstein.li/en/country-and-people/state/princely-house-head-of-state/testseite1/
Another interview with Sophie (some good tidbits here!) http://www.luxarazzi.com/2019/01/the-children-are-very-well-hereditary.html
A video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwzDoDJYcx4
Alois and Sophie have 4 children:
Prince Joseph Wenzel (b. 1995)
Princess Marie-Caroline (b. 1996)
Prince Georg (b. 1999)
Prince Nikolaus (b. 2000)
Prince Joseph Wenzel (b. 1995)
JW will inherit the throne after his father, Alois. He graduated from Malvern College in England (I believe this is a boarding school, not a University), afterwards taking a gap year to travel the world. During his gap year he interned with the US Senate, then traveled South America for 5 months. He is now working on a degree in legal studies.
Rumor: He is rumored to be dating an American from Jersey, but her name has not been published.
An interview w/ JW: http://www.luxarazzi.com/2015/02/three-generations-interview-with-prince_14.html
Jewels
The Princely Family does not have any tiara events of their own, so we only see the ladies with tiaras at foreign royal events. https://royalwatcherblog.com/2017/10/28/liechtenstein-royal-tiaras/
Liechtenstein National Day
August 15th marks National Day in Liechtenstein. Celebrated since 1940, the Principality’s citizens and guests are invited to Vaduz Castle, where they watch speeches by the Prince and parliament, then drink and dine with the Princely family in the gardens of Vaduz Castle. It is the only day the gardens of the castle are open to the public.
Want to drink beer with a monarch? Here’s the easiest way to do it.
A blogger’s recount of National Day https://holeinthedonut.com/2016/10/22/national-day-in-liechtenstein-vaduz/
Author's Note
As you've read here, this family tends to put their business and their country above relationships with other countries. We don't see them nearly as much as the other royal families of Europe because they are deeply entrenched in the day-to-day operations of Liechtenstein. You really don't hear much about them, so don't expect to see much gossip out of them.... until Joseph Wenzel gets married of course.
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2020.11.12 00:28 andreifasola Orthodox Christianity Clarifications - Jordan I hope you see this

I'm going to be all over the place commenting on the following video compilation and blending it with Orthodox knowledge which aims to explain the CORE PURPOSE of Christianity: The True Purpse of a Christian Life. Sharing personal experience and books. This post and the books are meant to be "digested" over a long period of time - I share, you pick and choose. Jordan I hope you're reading.
On this video at @ 3:07 "Transforms you biologically" - AND spiritually. It's a Transfiguration reversing the "falling" (of the human body/soul - they work together) back to the original state Jordan. There is a specific practice - The Jesus Prayer (with its stages, 9 in total) which supersedes any other prayer. All prayer is equal in fact - but that simple repetitive form is the preferred method for spiritual improvement. The human is supposed to rise from saying the prayer with words to actually "conversing" with God, but this conversation need not be with words; it's a state of divine euphoria (and this how it's possible to achieve that state like Paul says to the Thessalonians: pray without ceasing- he's merely saying to those people to never quit praying and to strive to reach those kind of spiritual levels/improvements/performances because that's when the Transfiguration can happen effectively: for the ceaseless prayer to exist, the Holy Ghost must be hosted within the heart - and that's why he talks bout the fruits of labor later, love, patience etc. because those are literally the effects of the Holy Ghost seeded within a human being ). Look at contemporary saints who were able just with a blessing to wipe out anger, clear example in this story of Rosh getting a blessing from Fr Ephraim of Arizona - those people not only host The Holy Ghost BUT they make other experience God within them.
I can tell you personally that that higher state of prayer exists as different hermits, holy relics, or communion have helped me experience it briefly with their blessings. Examples in literature - which talks about the true purpose of Christianity - is the conversation of Motovilov with St Seraphim of Sarov, who was given a spiritual experience of Grace/The Holy Ghost in order to understand what it feels like and to live/tell others about it all so Christianity could be revived/brought back in its original tracks: https://www.themathesontrust.org/papers/christianity/Motovilov.pdf . Like St Seraphim says there, one must accumulate that spiritual wealth in order to transfigure, to become truly "good" like God intended for us naturally. The Way of the Pilgrim , another "classic" story on the subject of acquiring the prayer, details the process of a man who starts from "normal" like Motovilov and acquires the prayer. Along the way he meets others who've acquired the prayer (and given that Russia is an Orthodox country, then that account is absolutely realistic - in fact anybody can "test" this: however, disclaimer, I asked a holy father how easy it is for non-baptized, ie non-Orthodox, to achieve the "felt" prayer and he said that it's not that likely since the baptism does something spiritually to the human's soul which is a quantum leap that can't be achieved only with human effort - hence the need for Christ's work altogether) . Two Elders on The Jesus Prayer is more like a textbook with teachings from two contemporary fathers, ones of them is St Joseph the Hesycast - the elder of Fr Ephraim above (so no wonder he ended up a saint like his "old man"). And these books are nothing but a fraction from the entire Orthodox literature which is vast! Some of those books can be mind bending spiritual text-books.
3:13 "within your genetic structure there's all sorts of potential" - NOT only that - you increase or destroy that potential. There was a Romanian Fr, Arsenie Boca (during the communist era), who wrote The Path to the Kingdom. And in there he explains - also with the Bible's quotes giving the full meaning of those words, how the genetic material gets re-written! every moment of your life. For example, fasting and doing "the prayer" you're stepping towards sainthood. Any form of sinning (sinning is more extensive/complicated than those 10 commandments - sinning can happen even at the level of thought!! hence why all the humans sin every day) are damaging the DNA weakening the human's ability to acquire the prayer. Depending on how rooted somebody is within a sin (for eg judging other) they would have to "pray extra" to overcome some of that damage (to explain simply) and then to step on the "spiritual ladder" and whatnot. All of these actions, good or bad, get transmitted to the offspring. That's how humanity has fallen - and it's a continuous negative spiral, and because humans aren't taking any positive action it looks like there won't be a recovery anytime soon and we're sliding into the Apocalypse faster and faster.
Ben is right in saying that we cannot overcome our sins on our own however each person is having different "challenges"/temptations and at different stages in their fight Christ gauges how much we're fighting with our own passion. So you do fight them - on your own, employing "Christ's weapons" (the prayer, the holy church's mysteries and so on). This is to say each Christian trying to acquire the prayer has got to feel the pain of resisting their temptations and this somehow "forges" them into a stronger self, then they acquire a spiritual gift which enables them to step up. At that level they will endure even greater temptation, thus fighting their challenges even more intensely (that's why the hero's journey is so essential, and Disney is screwing it all up - demons!! nothing less). And this happens on and on until the person gets purified and they overcome temptations all together (but very few ever get there - but even something as early as the "felt" prayer is amazing!!! so imagine being a living saint: life feels truly amazing when you are in that state and it has PURPOSE). And btw this is the short version of what holy parents are writing in the teachings regarding spiritual evolution towards becoming "spiritually accomplished" (and yeah there's a ton of literature of this that humans in general have no clue about). I remember reading from St Gregory The New Theologian - and, in a story, while mending the wound of this half naked prostitute she asked him if he's tempted, to which he replies that indeed he has become as such that he doesn't distinguish between female and male body (speaking of his passions, of course he knew she was a female biologically; heck he probably was able to see her soul, her past and her future - and this is no exaggeration: but I digress ).
Those are realities of what the Christian life does, of its purpose, that regular folk today can't even conceive. What do you mean no sex? What do you mean no booze? This is normal! This is 2020! C'mon! WE got SCIENCE - and it will save us ! Well, no, you got "certain death" and you have to replace it with something in order to recover spiritually. And you won't do that alone as a human. And that something that would replace your secular meaningless-ness not only is totally worth it, but it's also more valuable then the entire world. Not an overstatement. Somebody who even tastes from "The Prayer" looks at expensive things with a bit of disinterest (everything is compared with that spiritual experience - life doesn't taste the same anymore because it can't compare). And that's where humanity goes wrong about Christianity: most of the world is NOT Christian and they have no Christian education/knowledge and they've never had a Christian genuine experience of God/Holy Ghost. So of course the heresies/copies-of-Christianity fail in practice because they're fighting with their own human tools and are VOID of anything spiritual. No church mysteries: no actual baptism, confession, communion, etc.
Christ did die for us, and created some TOOLS - divine tools which we have to EMPLOY. We can't lay back like the Protestants do and say "yeah, it's already done ... pass me some Doritos and a Coke".
At 5:10 "confusion in the Christian community" - like I said above and I'll explain, the actual Christian community is much smaller than you think and there is NO confusion - at all. Realistically speaking (and I know I might get some hate from those belonging to these so called denominations) all those "Christian churches" outside of Orthodoxy are nothing but heresies - which simply means false teaching. And (most importantly) they were given to Anathema (spiritually disconnected !!!) early on - and this the biggest deal: NO connection with Christ. If they were simply heresies and they were left to be in communion (ie connected), then they would have been technically Christian churches. But like the Saints would teach us, that would be an insult and great injury to Christ/God. So the Orthodox can't and won't accept any heresy. NOT because they're stubborn. But because this means to severely disrespect Christianity while pretending all is good. It's like you take a shit on Christ and saying "Aren't we great!!!". The best I can explain it. The Bible says: you can't serve two Gods - to accept heresy, is to accept a lie = the devil. So to accept Orthodoxy and a Heresy simultaneously is like serving God and the Devil - error 403.
Christianity spread so fast because of the saints. The amount of spiritual experiences were so overwhelming that people knew they had to become Christians. Don't you think they had other beliefs? The Romans had their Gods. The Jews were Jews. Each and every population had their beliefs which came with high INERTIA/resistance for joining any other belief - especially in a world WITHOUT globalism. <-Key point. People were weary of pissing off their community. Yet, they become Christians and pissed off their community and risked torture and death!! Insane people! Why? Spiritual experience - like the above with Fr Ephraim of Arizona: a simple blessing could make even the worst drug addict feel the Holy Ghost (and I saw that, and I talked with drug addicts who came there for help, I'm not simply venting opinions). So if that happens today: imagine the 1st, the 2nd or the 3rd century when the saints were a "better breed".
In the first centuries of persecution, especially because of the persecution, Christians were extremely serious. Like with any sport (and St John Chrysostom refers to saints as Christ's athletes) serious practice leads to many "gold olympians". So Christians had many saints and amazing ones. Heck even until the 19th or 20th century, sainthood among laymen was not that unusual (for eg see Ascetics in the World vol 1 and Vol 2 - and that is only covering a tiny part of Greece during a tiny period in time - I BET there were many other in EACH Christian Orthodox country: many many more unknown in spite of the many known). Orthodoxy makes saints out of humans, IF they practice it!! SO, if today we have that many saints still - imagine back in the day when the DNA fiber was of a better quality and humanity had more integrity (reminder: the DNA moral fiber is going down the drain with each generation - fact stated by the saints) !!
Emperor Constantine and his mother, Helen, made Christianity legal, and that's when Christians started to "chill". So one got DNA degradation and the offsprings of offsprings began to accept heresies (which are nothing more but suggestions from demons accepted as good ideas; saints divide thoughts into 3 categories: demonic - a lot of them for a regular person, personal - neutral, Divine from God- very rare for a normal person; which comes back to the idea of how much we sin since we accept most demonic suggestions "as our own" - which also explains the sheer stupidity of "expressing yourself truly" like people say today). These heresies were combated with synods - and more then often it was a saint with a miracle which settled the debate UNANIMOUSLY (that was the main key requirement, but sometimes groups held onto heresy so you got anathema/separation of churches). People relied on saints! Not just opinions: this is not some intellectual battle (AGAIN: key problem in the modern globalized society of "smart idiots").

SO, when somebody says that Christianity is made by humans - totally wrong: it is of Divine origins 200% , the saints acted only as relays for information.

In total there were something like 5 or 7 big heresies (see the picture in the link). Rosh in the story above belongs to one of them (Armenian Monophysite I think). After that you had the Catholics. And out of the Catholics, the Lutherans, Calvinists, Protestants - and hundreds of others were born. All of the heresies were given to Anathema! All. There is no exception. Anathema means that the baptism, the spiritual gifts within the priests and so on become NULL - God retracts those. They are pagan.
A priest/clergy can "curse" somebody if he is truly justified. Otherwise, the curse comes back at him. So cursing somebody is very serious business! and it's not done lightly (this is some Harry Potter shit right here I bet you didn't know). So giving somebody to anathema was always considered seriously for many many years and even hundreds of years as in the case of the Western Christians - ie Catholicism.
Christ when he died, resurrected, and ASCENDED (key), that's when he ended his "job". Look at it like The Internet for Spiritual Download. That's the main problem of humans: they have lost some type of information within and needed a way to re-acquire that knowledge. The Apostoles acquired the Holy Ghost, "downloaded"/Acuired Grace from Christ directly, 50 days after Christ's ascension. And we celebrate that at the holiday of Pentecost (50th day from Easter). Then they ordained clergy through the help of those spiritual gifts. So all this implies a few things: every Christian Orthodox priest today goes back to Christ, because a clergy ordains clergy. Secondly: there are spiritual GHIFT(s) which are seeded/PUT within every priest at ordination by Christ Himself through the priest doing the ordination! Those gifts are doing something to those subjected to the spiritual rites. That's why a priest has to behave in a certain way (and yes they can be married! - IF they marry before ordination: the Catholics fudged this one up badlyyy - says the saints).
So, it's not just external form. It's not like you go to church and you assist a spectacle. I have met my fair share of Protestant Americans who ended up in Orthodox churches and had a Divine Experience- just like Jonathan Jackson (the actosinger) recounts in his story of how he became Orthodox. There is a spiritual counterpart. Thus, IF you are spiritually "cleaned" you CAN witness what is going on SPIRITUALLY in that church: you can see the angles, you can feel that Heavenly energy - and it's something out of this world (orgasmic but of a wise everlasting nature - impossible to describe). The amount of information on this is overwhelming - study the holy parents (that's how we call the humans who've become holy - they are parents because they can teach us and guide us on the road of prayer / spiritual improvement). The point is that NOTHING within the church, none of our beliefs, none of our dogma, none of our rites are done arbitrarily - it's Wisdom straight from God through the saints and this has become canonical in the first centuries anyway (just study the lives of Christian Orthodox saints, look at the life and miracles of St Paisios Athonite: it will blow your brains - people can't say they want proof of God when they have that! Or St Porphyrios or St Iakovos - contemporaries of St Paisios Athonite).
Clergy has a right to give to Anathema (it is a "legal" curse) anything and anybody who is a heretic (false belief) and a sinner WHO shows repeatedly that they don't want to repent (= to give up sin, repentance is not wailing like a moron). Clergy is OBLIGED to give them to anathema for several reasons: 1) to not soil Christ's Church with their actions perpetuated by bad will 2) to preserve the righteous faith and doctrine (so people can't say that the bad person is a Christian worthy to learn from) and 3) feel free to add here any other observations along the lines - I'm not a scholarly theologian so give me a break.
So, knowing all this, The CHURCH had to give to anathema all the heresies. And as a consequence those "churches" are not The Church. The Church refers to the spiritual body of all the believers tied to Christ. If you're not TIED to Christ in spirit, then YOU'RE NOT in THE CHURCH. Plain and simple. Those priests have no baptism themselves, have no spiritual priestly gifts and they can't do anything for the believers in front of them (baptism, marriage, confession, communion etc 7 holy mysteries in total).

That is why you have "dead" faux-Christians who have this huge spiritual thirst and anxiety and have no idea how to quench it.

So, all these people thinking that they are Christians but are not orthodox are drinking the cool-aid (it's wishful thinking). All the Orthodox who are baptized but are NOT observing their canonical practices are drinking the cool-aid (they're staying "dead" instead of reviving their "soul"). So if you subtract all the non-Orthodox heresies, and all the Orthodox who are not practicing - how many TRUE Christians are you realistically left with?
So NO, the Christian community is NOT confused. And the Christian community is waaaaaaa(x10000)y times smaller than you think Jordan. That's the plain simple truth. That people want to complain and think that this is a personal attack to "their beliefs"? Whatever!!! Do you want the truth or do you wanna be a stinkin' miserable politically correct dead-beat. Hint: the eternal life is at stake here. And here's the rule of thumb given to us by the "holy parents" who have let us writings about acquiring the Holy Ghost:

You can't expect in the Afterlife, that which you haven't experienced in This Life

In other words: you have to become a saint, to be close to God after death. You will not enter Heaven after death if you're a cunt - not because God says SO, but because you "physically" - it goes against the law of existence. You have to be good, to enter Heaven. And keep in mind, NO Orthodox worth his/her salt will every say that non-orthodox will go to Hell! False! Only God knows who will go to Hell.
So what am I saying? That: Orthodoxy is the only Christianity. Then, that Christianity allows you to be sure of salvation IF you're practicing it properly. MOREOVER it allows you to become a SAINT - if you want that for yourself and IF you put in the EFFORT. And the result is more important than any riches in this world. And I'm also saying that no other "religion" can do that for you (to ensure salvation or to transfigure towards sainthood).
Also sainthood is not the label we have socially of a pious sucker; saints appear like normal folk - and usually have awesome, charismatic, lovely nature from what I read/experienced: people feel the LOVE (realistically speaking) - in fact in English the spiritual gifts are call Charismas (from what I hear) - Harisme (in Romanian) - and Har = Grace (in Romanian, most likely from Greece I think, so that's the meaning of things). Saints are like a breath of fresh air in terms of human experience; and it's so subtle you can even miss it if you're not paying attention - other times it can be as strong like a bus hitting you (like if they bless you and you feel the Grace strongly - see the Athanasios Rhakovalis gurus story for reference)
SO that's the big deal - divine integrity and the only point of salvation that ever was (just that mate!). No Orthodox (worth his salt) will ever accept ecumenism. And the Orthodox will fight tooth and nail to stay united and unaltered forever.
In case this isn't clear. After Adam felt, no human was able to "restore" the spirit. So Christ coming on Earth, dying and going back to The Father (Catholics say that Christ is a source of Grace - a point of heresy ), creates this point of access of "spiritual data" from The Father to the human: which restores the human nature to its Heavenly Origins (thus sainthood). So that's the need for Christ in a human life - that's what He did that we humans couldn't do ( I can't begin to explain to you how many years and suffering it took me to understand this info; most of it not obtained from books or from "thinking").
SO we have to allow Christ to DO that for us. It is a cooperation effort.
As a consequence: all the meditation and other "religions" in the world are nothing but demonic deceit - very dangerous too. First of all I have been through meditation many years. And I thought I was getting something and somewhere with it (Thanks! God I didn't). And to be fair: meditation/visualization did sharpen my mind - a skill which you need for The Prayer since it employs the same human skill: attention/presence (but presence on its own can be demonic, so beware of Eckart Tolle and the likes of teachings!).

You must safeguard the "entry point" by allowing only Christ to enter you.

Nothing compares with what Orthodox Christianity offers. WARNING NOTE: meditation and other spiritual practices (like worshiping gods, doing ayahuasca) can lead to demonization - I got examples and stories but I won't get into that making a long post even longer (if you want to know ask - open to anybody). Worth mentioning is this book from Athanasios Rhakovalis - about his experience with black magic, going to India to become spiritually enlightened, and his experience with one of the greatest saints of the 20th century: St Paisios Athonite. You can hear some of his stories in this St Paisios doc (a doc which barely scratches the surface, in spite of its 5h run time) and see how the author describes his first encounter with the Saint.
5:55 "that doesn't alleviate the moral burden weirdly enough" - exactly! Saying that Christ died for us and that we don't have to do anything is false. We have to work together with Christ in order to "prepare" (or better said to allow Christ to prepare) in us, in our heart a spot for Him to reside. What this does in turn, it ultimately invites the Holy Ghost inside and the body becomes incorrupt. Just look at the wealth of Holy relics within the Orthodox church - St John Maximovitch in San Francisco (to name one of many). That is why I say that the saints of the Orthodox faith are the prime example of why the Orthodoxy is the only one alive and true true church.
6:22"Inquisitors arrest [Christ]" - Dostoevsky's comments on the Catholic "church" (ahem) is a genuine mirror of real events in a way. The catholic church has tortured and killed many Orthodox Christians for being heretics (for eg, search for the Native Americans who converted to orthodoxy and were martyrized in California, all disciples of St Herman of Alaska - won't search the historic events now, but the history is full of them). There is no "watering down" in the Church like you say Jordan; you roll with it and suffer, 4 hour long Liturgies, long Vespers, long fasts etc. And indeed anything less than Orthodoxy, even the Monophysites with one idea (Christ is not human, only God - everything else looking like Orthodoxy) is watering down - and it can't be accepted as Christianity, because it ISN'T. Just like Adam was not able to co-exist in Heaven, a space of perfection, with one tiny mistake, just the same Christianity can't be Christianity with one tiny imperfection in its doctrine. And people get upset when you draw attention to this (hence the implementation of politically correct-isms in our society by the occult ... if you say to somebody that they're not Christian, you become the oppressor ... let the crazy be crazy they say).
8:05 - "You . Well does that mean you utter the words that ? That's a pretty shallow form of belief! " BINGO Jordan. That's exactly the problem: being aware that Christ existed and not knowing you have to do something for yourself. Faith is NOT a childish make belief sustained for your entire life!

Faith is a biological-spiritual Mechanism which allows you to bring and keep(!) the Holy Ghost within you. Faith is knowing Christ Himself, Faith is CERTAINTY of Christ.

Faith will never be make believe - never ever ever. Faith is akin to muscles. You're either a spiritual paraplegic or you can move! Make believers are dead, they are paraplegics spiritually speaking.
How come martyrs were able to endure the worst tortures for Christ? Just read about it. Some even performed miracles while being under torture. OR they were tortured and the very next day they were as if they were not harmed at all. HOW was this possible AT ALL??? Do you think these are fairytales?? They're not. And that's the problem with "churches" outside of Orthodoxy and even inside Orthodoxy itself. People don't know anymore about the acquisition of the Holy Ghost and of Faith as a living/acting mechanism within which is rooted in knowledge. 8:16 "Not all those who utter the word Lord Lord will be saves" - bingo #2. Some of these people will die, get taken by demons and cry "God we served you!" - when in fact all they did was stage a theatre with nothing spiritual in it. The externals don't matter. You could do the Orthodox liturgy perfectly. IF you're not ordained, IF those present are not baptized, confessed and ready for communion: you're doing the Holy Liturgy for nothing (ie the Holy Ghost won't descend into the communion) and people will receive only bread mixed with wine. Period.
And as a side note for the Holy Ghost not descending - there is a great miracle which happens yearly: The Holy Light of Jerusalem. Historically only an Orthodox Patriarch was able to summon it - Catholics or Armenians HAVE tried in vain. Dig this website - or his book.
And btw, there are "miraculous pictures" which serve as testimony for the Light/Divine nature of these practices. See this dingy yt video (watch it all, you can even contact the priest in California or wherever he is and whatnot) - but make no mistake the photos are real; AND I can vouch with personal experience that a blessing from a saint feels like that kind of LIGHT entering you - except you don't see it; I didn't. So it's not a feeling - it's an out of this world experience. I am a photographer and I've seen these pictures over the time and other pictures; they happen here and there. And I've heard that photo retouchers are deeming these unaltered. Secondly I have a friend who took a similarly shocking picture - and I know that old man wouldn't be able to open Excel, let alone photoshop. What I'm trying to say: I have the experience to know these are real beyond any shade of doubt.
9:30 - "The Orthodox Christian like me, I don't know why" - because you have an innate sense for the Truth, because you stand for the Truth with fierceness and courage, standing to lose everything, and because you are a strong man and an example for all the weaklings who have lost any sense in an insane world which is purposely misguided so they could accelerate the Second Coming (you'd think I'm kidding, I'm not). You are an outstanding example of a human being relative to the Absolute Objective Truth. That is why, those standing in the shadow of lies can't stand you at all - and those in the Light love you for your positive traits.
10:59 - "I don't think the Orthodox felt into that to the same degree". Yes and no. There are people who refuse to go to the church saying "they believe" (they might visit at Easter and at Christmas, for like 1 hour - meh). Other go to the church "light a candle" and then chatter or don't pay attention and/or don't pray at home. Some ignore confession/communion. All of this is a mix of communism damage, secular globalism damage and so on. Christian quality is going down the drains - if it were a stock this would be on the brink of bankruptcy. In short: the work of the devil affecting humans generation after generation somehow. But that's just people.
THE Church itself is an unchangeable rock as I explained. Christ is The Church. And EVERYBODY else who is baptized plugged into Christ like lights. If they wanna choose to be OFF - their problem. If they wanna be ON - Christ welcomes them. Didn't change, won't change. It's not the fault of Orthodoxy that its subjects are drifting away into all sorts of heresies, wrong practices and whatnot. The subject has the duty to learn out the correct practice and to be a good Christian - by literally doing whatever it takes for Christ to enter him/her so they can undergo the abovementioned Transfiguration.

In this world a human has TWO choices: A) become demonized or B) become a saint

Anything in between is a waste of time. Most people waste time.
11:22 "the cross is the X, where everyone is located, you're right at the center of reality". Yes. I've heard an old friend saying that the Vertical is the Divine, showing us that we can go Up or down, and the horizontal is the secular. We must strive to free ourselves from the secular so we can rise.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I want to add broadly speaking on the subjects of saints and miracles. I have witnessed personal (family) prophecies or broad prophecies concerning nations; I've witnessed "mind reading" miracles (live saints knowing the thoughts of other because God revealed them with a purpose). I've been told directly of various miracles of physical nature (levitation and whatnot), healings, demonized being helped (demons taken out), people having seen visions with the help of saints, saints acquiring advanced scientific knowledge or knowledge (speaking other languages, knowing of what is going on in various scientific fields). And so on: the amount and kinds of miracles are simply mind-blowing. I saved some of them as bookmarks (speaking of those circulating on orthodox websites) other I know because of my own life experience. I won't make this post any longer, it suffices to say the info is out there, and it proves that the Orthodoxy is the only and one Christianity. Any human can test it by getting baptized (ie by an Orthodox priest) and practicing "The Prayer" - I have given you more than enough info on that. People can achieve the "felt" prayer - that's supposed to be a normal thing (says the holy parents).
Let me tell you one personal witnessing of a prophecy which matters for now. I didn't hear it my self from Fr Ephraim of Arizona, but I don't speak Greek anyway - and having met the elder and his "spiritual antics" I have no doubt this is a true prophecy (and the events are already true anyway). It happened in Sept 2018 when I was in AZ at St Anthony's monastery. A Greek local my age told me, after I mentioned that I'll go back to Canada and get back, that I might not be able to visit again. And he warned me that Gheronda (Greek for elder- term of respect) said that "THEY" will make it so that we won't be able to travel soon. I pressed for details and he assumed that this might occur in 1-2 years and that indeed it's a job from the masonic/satanic deep state (saints have warned us that it is not a theory that the masons are ruling the world - and they know this as a confirmation from God, it's not an opinion - also they know they are devil worshipers: and that's the main concern - it's a direct conflict of interests). Of course in 14 months, March 2020, Canada closed the borders and there was a travel ban internationally. I then asked a Greek bud from Toronto for news from AZ, and he and other have told me that Gheronda said before his passing (7 Dec 2019) that right after he's gone, "the events will start". Like most saints, I think he had knowledge of his going away (for example Fr Arsenie Boca, mentioned above, painted his date of death on a massive church painting he was commissioned to do: Orthodox churches are painted inside and, sometimes, outside - and Fr Arsenie did some unusual paintings/icons, depicting the Discovery NASA shuttle even before it was concieved as a project - I'm not even discussing that him being in a commie country he had no access to NASA info back in the 70s- clear prophetic drawing - and other things before their time: and he wrote next to it IIRC something like "people are so proud of their scientific achievements but know nothing of God's might" ... more data for the noggin' ).
So, what I'm trying to say is 1) all these politically correct people and movements are nothing but the sinister work of demonic social engineering 2) the covid bullshit is a means to enforce the nations to do something - commie style (there is a virus(!) but it is probably nothing like they say it is: could be a common flu indeed in spite of the inflated numbers: and YES I know directly from people in 3 different EUROPEAN countries, people directly involved - one a nurse, of how they were bribed to lie about covid numbers so don't get me started ... not even a secret anymore .... there was this US nurse posting vids of the BS they do in hospitals: infecting negative patients etc).
And last but not least. You and other: be warned - there might be a time soon when you won't be able to get baptized. So if this is of an interested to you: hurry the eff up before they shut down the churches dammit!
PS: my apologies for the long post - how do you explain this without splitting some heads?
PS2: I remembered about a little book - Theosis - which is one of those higher steps of prayer and "the purpose of a Christian/human life" - that's the Greek term for it anyway. That book - Add it on the list for reading; it's worth your time 110%, it's an amazing gem of Orthodox literature!
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2020.11.09 12:02 Ghost_LeaderBG Assassin's Creed Valhalla Review Megathread

Assassin's Creed Valhalla is almost upon us. Use this megathread to post and discuss the reviews of the game. The post will be updated as we get more reviews. Do not post spoilers here or if you do, make sure to hide them!

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OpenCritic - 83 average - 91% recommended - 67 reviews

Critic Reviews

3DNews - Алексей Лихачев - Russian - 9.5 / 10
Brilliant development of the modern formula Assassin's Creed - everything that could not be liked in Origins and Odyssey, here corrected.
ACG - Jeremy Penter - Wait for Sale
Some amazing changes to the way the game is presented, all for the better, can't get out of the way from somewhat weightless combat, bugs and other issues.
Cerealkillerz - Manuel Barthes - German - 9.1 / 10
With Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Ubisoft ventures into something incredible: Taking the Odyssey formula and reinvent it completely. Players will face a realistic and brutal world with a serious story behind it. Protagonist Eivor and the game world are thoughtfully build with a lot of love for details. An amazing experience that is presentable.
Critical Hit - Darryn Bonthuys - 9 / 10
A saga for the ages, Assassin's Creed Valhalla is a breathtaking journey of discovery that has a cold charm to it. It is both serious and ludicrous in equal measure, an RPG that has added more than it has removed from its core experience while delivering a game that feels familiar and completely new at the same time. Skal!
Cubed3 - Drew Hurley - 8 / 10
Fans of the series are going to adore Assassin's Creed Valhalla. Origins and Odyssey felt like Ubisoft trying something new, stretching out and seeing what worked, and Valhalla takes what was learned there and expands upon it. Some things, like the combat, don't feel quite there yet, still, but other elements absolutely have evolved for the better. There's a lot to love here, and not just in the frankly absurd amount of content available. The story is fantastically enjoyable, with Eivor really shining throughout (play Female for what feels the canon story!) - they are truly deserving of standing alongside the icons of this long-running series. This is a legendary tale and an addition to the franchise that is good enough for the gods.
Daily Star - Tom Hutchison - 5 / 5 stars
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is another success in the series.
Destructoid - Brett Makedonski - 6.5 / 10
But I also found myself making excuses for Assassin's Creed Valhalla until I couldn't any longer. It mimics the Odyssey formula but takes a step backward in almost every way. It sacrifices story for scale. It's designed to discourage stealth in favor of epic battles. It's true to the Viking experience, but it isn't true to the Assassin's Creed experience. That's why it comes off feeling like the least essential game in the whole series. Impressive in some of its accomplishments, but inessential all the same.
Digitally Downloaded - Matt Sainsbury - 4.5 / 5 stars
That being said, as far as the gameplay is concerned, this series is going nowhere interesting at this point there while there will be more, and I really implore Ubisoft to take a good, hard look at the bloat and consider whether a more streamlined approach that doesn't get in the way of the best feature (the history and narrative) would not be wiser next time around.
DualShockers - Cameron Hawkins - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is a combination of everything that made the series great up to this point while cementing all that it needs moving forward.
Enternity.gr - Christos Chatzisavvas - Greek - 8 / 10
The change of direction seems to be paying off and Valhalla is forming a new basis for future titles in the series.
Eurogamer - Tom Phillips - Recommended
Valhalla is another enormous Assassin's Creed saga, lavishly designed, with its sights set on story direction over narrative choice.
Everyeye.it - Giuseppe Arace - Italian - 8 / 10
Anyone willing to turn a blind eye to some technical and silly edges will play one of those adventures that the Vikings would not hesitate to sing in the Norse courts. Odin's with Ubisoft.
Gadgets 360 - Akhil Arora - 6 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is too much of the same thing, and it's not nearly engaging enough.
Game Informer - Joe Juba - 9.3 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is full of interesting stories and fun interlocking systems, making it an engrossing world you can easily get lost in
Game Rant - Joshua Duckworth - 4.5 / 5 stars
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is a love letter to fans of the classic action-adventure titles as well as the newer role-playing mechanics.
Game Revolution - Michael Leri - 2.5 / 5 stars
Obsessing over playtime and Content™ at the cost of innovation and depth puts Valhalla‘s ability to actually get into Valhalla in question, as it doesn’t quite earn the kind of glory that only the best Vikings achieve.
Game Volt - Ahmed Hassan - Arabic - 8.4 / 10
I can easily recommend Assassin's Creed Valhalla to everyone, everyone should go through this experience and enjoy it and its world full of many different and really useful changes for the series. This is a game that brings back the glories of Assassin's Creed as we used to.
GameMAG - Russian - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is still an Assassin's Creed title, but the one that manages to left behind some questionable things from the last two games, all the while presenting us with a much greater direction, a really dense map, engaiging plot, and a breathtaking setting.
GameSkinny - Jordan Baranowski - 8 / 10 stars
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla builds its world around a familiar formula, but with a compelling story and plenty of things to do, it's a game series fans will find inviting.
GameSpot - Jordan Ramée - 8 / 10
Though its campaign takes time to get going, Assassin's Creed Valhalla brings a satisfying finish to the current saga of the franchise.
GameZone - Mike Splechta - 9 / 10
As an Assassin's Creed fan who has stuck by the series through its high points, and was certainly disappointed by many of its low points, I can confidently say that what Ubisoft has crafted here was not only crafted with an immense amount of love and respect for the series, but for its fans as well. Assassin's Creed Valhalla is one Viking adventure you certainly don't want to miss.
Gameblog - Thomas Pillon - French - 7 / 10
With Assasin's Creed Valhalla, Ubisoft tries to synthesize a decade-long series, thanks to clever adjustments on its RPG rhythm. With a brilliant lightning, the game visually stands out, but sometimes fail to really follow on its technical part, with messy AI and way too many loadings times which can break the momentum of the adventure. Rich, dense, but also time-consuming, Assassin's Creed Valhalla still offers a good run, thanks to its historical setting and beautiful landscapes.
Gamer Escape - Eliot Lefebvre - 9 / 10
Like I said at the beginning, you kind of want these games at some point to stop working, but… Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla really works. It works in all the ways it wants to work. It takes the bones of its predecessor and improves the overall gameplay significantly, giving players plenty to do, characters to invest in, and a satisfying core gameplay loop that’s been refined down to a careful formula at this point.
Gamers Heroes - Blaine Smith - 95 / 100
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the best tale the franchise has ever told, featuring the most varied and rewarding gameplay the series has seen in years. Valhalla will forever dine in Odin's Hall as one of the greatest RPGs of this generation.
Gamersky - 不倒翁蜀黍 - Chinese - 8.7 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is the wildest installment in the franchise. Compared with Origins and Odyssey, it's slightly improved in terms of performance, the open-world, and variety of gameplay.
GamesRadar+ - Louise Blain - 4.5 / 5 stars
With a sprawling world to conquer and gory combat but also the chance to use that iconic hidden blade, Assassin's Creed Valhalla brings a triumphant balance to the series.
GamingBolt - Shubhankar Parijat - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed's third crack at the massive open world RPG formula is also its most confident, making for a streamlined yet sprawling adventure that ranks as one of the best the series has delivered since its inception over a decade ago.
Generación Xbox - Juan Lorente - Spanish - 9.5 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla continues the path started with Origins and gives us one of the best RPGs of the last years. A world full of life, a system that fights brutally and hundreds of things to do make it a serious candidate for GOTY 2020.
GideonsGaming - Joseph Pugh - Unscored
There's a ton of stuff left for me to do, so while I'm not comfortable settling on a score just yet. I can say with incredible confidence that Valhalla is the most refined and well-designed Assassin's Creed game to date. As I move toward converting this piece from a review in progress to a full review. I expect I'll double down on that stance.
Glitched Africa - Marco Cocomello - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla may be an even further step away from the traditional Assassin's Creed recipe but it is still a great game. Besides the addictive combat and fantastic skill tree, I loved how it fixed the pacing issues from Odyssey. I had a purpose this time around and knew where I was going and what I was doing. The Viking setting is refreshing too and delivers some decent tales to experience while exploring a breathtaking world.
Hardcore Gamer - Chris Shive - 4 / 5
Assassin's Creed Valhalla brings quality of life improvements to the new Assassin's Creed model but doesn't stray too far from familiar territory.
Hey Poor Player - Francis DiPersio - 4.5 / 5
At the end of the day, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is an exceptional adventure that should please fans of the series. Ubisoft Montreal has succeeded in crafting a striking medieval world that’s just begging to be explored. I loved the new town-building mechanic. It was hugely addicting and provided a satisfying sense of progression. Speaking of progression, while initially overwhelming, the staggeringly deep skill tree and wealth of unlockable combat abilities combine to give the player an incredible amount of freedom when it comes to customizing their ideal assassin.
If you’re a fan of the series, don’t sit this one out. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is an adventure fit for Odin himself.
Hobby Consolas - Daniel Quesada - Spanish - 89 / 100
If you weren't a fan of the franchise, this game won't change your mind, but if you are a believer of the Creed, you'll find a gigantic, really engaging experience here. The vikings context fits like a glove.
Hynerd.it - Alice Rondoni - Italian - 8.3 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla proves to be the worthy continuation of its predecessors, both in gameplay and in terms of story. Maybe there are some bugs too many on day one, but considering the period we can pass on them. Nothing a patch can't fix. If you like the RPG mechanism you will love this chapter, which will keep you glued to the screen for many hours, without ever getting tired.
IGN - Brandin Tyrrel - 8 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is a massive, beautiful open-world fueled by brutal living and the dirty work of conquerors. It's a lot buggier than it should be but also impressive on multiple levels.
Impulsegamer - Stephen Heller - 4.6 / 5
A intriguing change of pace that gives the Assassin's Creed series the breathing room it has so desperately needed for eons, without making any compromises on content. Well worth you time to enter the gates of Valhalla.
Kakuchopurei - Alleef Ashaari - 80 / 100
If you liked Assassin’s Creed Origins and Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla improves on almost every aspect from its predecessors. The combat and open-world are better, as is the writing and narrative. Plus, you get to live out your fantasy of being a Viking in 4K crystal clear glory.
Kotaku - Zack Zwiezen - Unscored
Overall, it feels a lot of care and thought went into making Valahalla feel less like a checklist of things to do and more like a world to organically experience.
Leadergamer - Alper Dalan - Turkish - 4 / 5 stars
So many things to do!
Merlin'in Kazanı - Emre Yurt - Turkish - 80 / 100
Assassin's Creed Valhalla promises long hours for fans of the series with its open world and successful Viking theme.
MondoXbox - Andrea Giuliani - Italian - 8.6 / 10
With Assassin's Creed Valhalla Ubisoft keeps on improving on the action-RPG formula, streamlining some gameplay mechanics and reviving some others from the series' distant past. The Viking plot feels accurate and fully convincing, with many interesting references to their myths and uses, while the modern-time storyline keeps on feeling too underdeveloped.
Noisy Pixel - Azario Lopez - 9 / 10
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes the advancements of the series found in Odyssey and applies it to a whole new setting. As brutal as the period of Vikings is, there’s something beautiful about this adventure. Every action is rewarded with some great moments of storytelling, and aside from a few narrative roadblocks tied to the player’s level, there’s an amazing world here just waiting to be discovered.
PC Gamer - Steven Messner - 92 / 100
Bloody and captivating, Valhalla is Assassin's Creed at its best.
PSX Brasil - Thiago de Alencar Moura - Portuguese - 85 / 100
Assassin's Creed Valhalla ends this trilogy in the series in a very satisfactory way. The return of stealth to its origins is great, the combat keeps the same structure from the previous games and the story is up to par with its predecessors. It is a pity that the PS4 version suffers from several technical problems, but other than that, it is a mandatory game for fans of the franchise and manages to capture the Viking spirit well in their adventures.
Pixel Arts - Erfan Sedeghi - Persian - 8.8 / 10
Assassins' Creed Valhalla can be considered the most detailed Assassin's Creed EVER, in the vast and spectacular area of which you have numerous activities to experience that you will need at least 100 hours to do all of them! Of course, there are problems that will occasionally damage your experience, but Valhalla is definitely a desirable Viking title that you should not doubt.
PlayStation Universe - Michael Harradence - 8 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is everything I hoped it would be, and more. It sells the Viking fantasy flawlessly, is brimming gorgeous locations, vistas and interesting characters, and will keep you busy for 100 or so hours if you want to grab everything on offer. It's buggy in places, and the grinding is overwhelming at times to the point where it spoils the feeling of exploration and progression. However, these shortcomings can be overlooked if you're willing to stick with it. And you should, because Eivor's journey is one worth soaking up.
Polygon - Nicole Carpenter - Unscored
Valhalla’s most intriguing story is one about faith, honor, and family, but it’s buried inside this massive, massive world stuffed with combat and side quests. That balance is not always ideal, but I’m glad, at least, that it forces me to spend more time seeking out interesting things in the game’s world.
PowerUp! - Leo Stevenson - 9.6 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is the best Assassin's Creed ever. Fully embracing its new genre and giving players so much choice and freedom has paid off handsomely. There's not really much more to say. You simply have to experience it for yourself.
Press Start - James Mitchell - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla blends old and new to create a unique experience and one of the best Assassin's Creed experiences yet. It combines series-best combat, a compelling story, and mesmerising locales to dually offer a definitive Viking and assassin experience.
Pure Playstation - Chris Harding - 9 / 10
Ubisoft delivers another open-world epic, but this time it's a focused and streamlined affair. The graphical overhaul works to announce the end of one era and the beginning of another as Assassin's Creed continues its ongoing evolution as an accessible action-adventure for the long-time fans, while still offering a deep RPG experience for those introduced via Origins and Odyssey.
Rock, Paper, Shotgun - Alice Bell - Unscored
For fans of the series it’s really entertaining. It might not set the world on fire, but you can set some virtual bits on fire yourself if you want.
Rocket Chainsaw - David Latham - 4.5 / 5 stars
It’s hard to find flaws in Valhalla unless you’re a die-hard Assassin’s Creed fan.
Screen Rant - Rob Gordon - 3.5 / 5 stars
Enjoyable, but struggles with scope.
Shacknews - Bill Lavoy - 8 / 10
Ubisoft is known for their fun open worlds, but it appears that experience and previous stumbles have seen them take big steps forward, making Valhalla one of their best Assassin's Creed games in recent memory.
Sirus Gaming - Jarren Navarrete - 8.5 / 10
Eivor's tale is an interesting story to experience and the gameplay that comes along the journey is liberating without being repetitive. With that, we recommend the game fully. It's not without its flaws. Even under the shadow of its predecessors, Valhalla is certainly a game that stands on its own.
Spaziogames - Paolo Sirio - Italian - 7.8 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla has compelling story and themes, an often brave exploration component and inspired characters, even though those are all flooded by fillers seeking to artificially raise the longevity value.
Stevivor - Ben Salter - 9 / 10
Like Origins, Valhalla benefits from a year off with a fresh audience. It doesn’t reboot this time, but instead improves upon the duo it’s following, introducing proven elements from some of the best in the business.
TechRaptor - 9 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla streamlines the best parts of Origins and Odyssey while trimming the fat, though is hampered consistently by bugs and technical problems. Still, it's a journey well worth taking.
The Digital Fix - Seb Hawden - 8 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is fun, with its many activities and a rewarding gameplay loop. There is nothing better than rocking up to a monastery with your raucous crew and robbing them blind.
TrueGaming - محمد جابر الصهيبي - Arabic - 8.5 / 10
Assassins creed Valhalla is fantastic on next generation systems with 60fps smooth gameplay experience and fast loading times, it is a great game with an impressive world to explore for hours and hours.
USgamer - Reid McCarter - 3.5 / 5 stars
Assassin's Creed Valhalla's vision of ninth-century England is a beautiful place to explore, populated with a great cast of characters who make up for the bland new protagonist, Eivor. Nevertheless, the tired overarching story of Templars and Assassins, and a design ethos that overstuffs the setting with side activities, add unnecessary bloat and distractions to the experience. Valhalla's a solid action-adventure game that does well to capture the turmoil of its historical era, but it's weighed down by the increasingly ponderous legacy of the series it represents.
Vamers - Edward Swardt - 95 / 100
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla takes inspiration from every single one of the franchise greats. From Assassin’s Creed II’s exceptional writing and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag’s unlikely hero, Valhalla is both expertly written and has an unusual hero destined for greatness - one who has no real interest in the Hidden Ones, at least to start. From Assassin’s Creed Origins’ superb and intimate narrative and Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s full-fledged role-playing game (RPG) mechanics, Valhalla doubles down on all facets to deliver one of the best gameplay experiences featured in any Assassin’s Creed title to date. Evior truly is a loveable protagonist that players fall in love with quickly. Their struggle is the player’s struggle, and that is the best compliment a game can ask for. However, there are so many additional aspects that make the game an even better experience: the exceptional soundtrack and sound design; World Events that do not repeat; settlement building, and so much more! Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is immensely fun and satisfying to play, and offers constant surprises that do not seem to stop or disappoint. It is, undoubtedly, the best Ubisoft has to offer at this stage in time, and will forever be regarded as one of the greats in the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Video Game Sophistry - Andy Borkowski - 9 / 10
This is not a tactical assassination simulator - it's a complicated, crafted and nearly perfect open world experience that (if you give it a chance) it will win you over
Wccftech - Francesco De Meo - 8.5 / 10
Assassin's Creed Valhalla is a definite step up for the series, thanks to the many tweaks made to the RPG mechanics that powered the previous two entries in the series, better storytelling, great atmosphere, and meaningful side-content. Even with the tweaks, however, Assassin's Creed Valhalla is still an Assassin's Creed game at heart, so those who are not into the Ubisoft open-world game design will hardly change their opinion with the game. Everyone else will probably love every second of Eivor's adventure, especially if they are into Vikings and ancient Norse culture.
WellPlayed - Adam Ryan - 9 / 10
Valhalla brilliantly mixes brutal combat with satisfying stealth to offer up a package that ticks many open-world boxes that are so often missed
Windows Central - Jennifer Locke - 4 / 5 stars
Assassin's Creed Valhalla provides a gorgeous playground to explore with excellent combat. Though the story seems unnecessarily long, it's a fun Viking tale mixed with the series' own flare and sci-fi elements.
Worth Playing - Chris "Atom" DeAngelus - 6.5 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla is a mostly solid, if somewhat unambitious, Assassin's Creed game that is dragged down by a shockingly poor PS4 release. I look forward to seeing how it runs on a PS5, but the last-gen version is hard to recommend due to the sheer amount of issues that I encountered while playing through the game. If you discount those issues, Valhalla would be a comfortable 8.0, but one can't just ignore those issues. Fans looking to continue the franchise's story should wait until Valhalla receives a series of patches or until they can pick up a next-gen version.
Zoomg - Sadegh Tavazoyi - Persian - 7.5 / 10
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla delivers a great blend of storytelling and characterization for a true Viking journey and mixes it with enjoyable gameplay that has deep combat and RPG elements. The problem is that Valhalla technically has serious problems. Bugs and glitches in this game are really annoying and effect almost every other aspect of it.
The Codex Network - Rino The Bouncer - English - Unscored Video Review
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is not story that shows its clear focus from the opening chapter like the older titles, nor does it tackle the essential lore aspects as easter eggs, but it lays out its concepts here and there and it takes its time developing each of them over tens of hours of playtime in the main narrative arcs alone. It is one experience that needs to be consumed as a whole to completely appreciate its value and place within the grand universe, and it does so phenomenally well.
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2020.11.06 19:15 DirtDisrespector "Oh you like JoJo? Name every JoJo character." (+stands)

Part 1

Jonathan Joestar
Will A. Zeppeli
Robert E. O. Speedwagon
Erina Pendleton
Poco
George Joestar I
Tonpetty
Straizo
Dire
Dio Brando
Bruford
Tarkus
Wang Chan
Dario Brando
Danny
Tattoo
Kempo Fighter
Inspector
Poco's Sister
Jack the Ripper
Adams
Doobie
Page/Jones/Plant/Bornnam
Mary Joestar
Will's Father
Elizabeth I
Mary Stuart
Aztec Chief
Mark Watkin
Darnley
Harry
Jeff Back and Dan Hamar
The 77 Rings Challenge Winners
Father Styx
Maiden
Dio Brando's Mother
Woman from Bar
Brats
Ring Announcer
Jonathan's Former Friends
Joestar Mansion Butler
George's Doctors
Ogre Street Criminals
Vagrants
Police Zombie
Speedwagon's Friend
Jack the Ripper's Date
Fisherman
Zombie Knights
Executioner
Poco's Bullies
Oriental Doctor
Ceiling Zombies
Zombie Mother
Chimera Zombies
Poco's Dad
Executed Zombies
London Bartender
Coffin Transporters
Ship Zombies
Elizabeth's Mother

Part 2

Joseph Joestar
Caesar Anthonio Zeppeli
Lisa Lisa
Rudol von Stroheim
Messina
Loggins
Erina Joestar
Smokey Brown
Suzi Q
Kars
Esidisi
Wamuu
Santana
Donovan
Wired Beck
Mark
Mario Zeppeli
George Joestar II
Bruto
Adolf Hitler
Straizo's Disciples
Mummy
SPW Excavators
Coco Cola Seller
New York Police Officers
SPW Plane Hijackers
SPW Plane Pilot
Impatient Driver
Brass Knuckles Gangster
Mafioso
Bruto's Girlfriend
Female Reporter
Stroheim's Servants
Nazi Doctors
Stroheim's Prisoners
Courageous Mexican Child
Mexican Thugs
Vampire Prisoner
Nazi Gatekeepers
Santana's Body Host
Santana's Nazi Victims
SPW Researchers
Rome Hotel Waiter
Caesar's Date
Hypnotized Girl
Nazi Officer
Wamuu's Nazi Victims
Ripple Clan
Mark's Girlfriend
Joseph's Doctor
Nazi Spy
Postmaster
Puppy Saved By Kars
Drunk Drivers
Kars's Nazi Victims
Luxury Cat
Caesar's Siblings
Caesar's Distant Relative
Italian Hoodlum
Kars's Vampires
Skeleton Heel Stone Warriors
Bad Breath Vampire
Vampire Horses
Kars's Double
SPW Special Technology Fighting Team
Stroheim's Ultraviolet Army
Superior Officer Zombie
Kars's Squirrel
Pillar Men Clan
Funeral Directors
Hollywood Screenwriter
Japanese Tourist

Part 3

Jotaro Kujo
Muhammad Avdol
Noriaki Kakyoin
Jean Pierre Polnareff
Iggy
Holy Kujo
Anne
Roses
Enya the Hag
Vanilla Ice
Hol Horse
Nukesaku
Daniel J. D'Arby
Pet Shop
N'Doul
Mariah
Alessi
Oingo
Boingo
Anubis
Telence T. D'Arby
Kenny G.
Gray Fly
Impostor Captain Tennille
Forever
Devo the Cursed
Rubber Soul
J. Geil
Nena
ZZ
Steely Dan
Arabia Fats
Mannish Boy
Cameo
Midler
Chaka
Khan
Malèna
Wilson Phillips
Sherry Polnareff
Sadao Kujo
Captain Tennille
Pocky
Prince, Michael and Lionel
Caravan Serai
Moor Family
Christian Vander
Shozo Mayama
Chibi and Buchi
Sonia
Dr. Elliot
Tatsuhiko
Treasure Hunters
Japanese Police Officers
Jotaro's Groupies
School Nurse
Mr. and Mrs. Kakyoin
Speedwagon Foundation Sailors
Singapore Hotel Valet
Singapore Thief
Cable Car Tourists
Calcutta Waiter
Little Calcuttan Boy
Calcutta Drifter
Calcutta Beggars
Varanasi Doctor and Nurse
Cafe Marhaba Denizens
Karachi Jewelry Store Guards
Arab Cessna Pilot
Arab Villager Lady
Speedwagon Foundation Pilots
Japanese Manga Artist
Chaka's Father
Friends of Chaka's Father
Papyrus Seller
Four Mice
Young Anubis Wielder
Luxor Old Woman
D'Arby's Cat
Dealer Boy
Cairo Airport Punks
Cairo Informant
Dog-loving Boy
Speedwagon Foundation Doctors

Part 4

Josuke Higashikata
Okuyasu Nijimura
Koichi Hirose
Rohan Kishibe
Hayato Kawajiri
Reimi Sugimoto
Shigekiyo Yangu
Mikitaka Hazekura
Yukako Yamagishi
Yuya Fungami
Tamami Kobayashi
Toshikazu Hazamada
Tonio Trussardi
Aya Tsuji
Shizuka Joestar
Arnold
Tomoko Higashikata
Ryohei Higashikata
Yoshikage Kira
Yoshihiro Kira
Tama
Keicho Nijimura
Akira Otoishi
Anjuro Katagiri
Ken Oyanagi
Toyohiro Kanedaichi
Terunosuke Miyamoto
Masazo Kinoto
Bug-Eaten
Not Bug-Eaten
Shinobu Kawajiri
Nijimura's Father
Koichi Hirose's Mother
Ayana Hirose
Kosaku Kawajiri
Josuke's Savior
Police
Junko
Masaji
Sachiko
Lady Murakami
Ghost Alley's Residents
Takashi and Kazuko Sugimoto
Gonta
Ichiro Morishita
Yoshioka
Akira
Minayo
Yuya's Fangirls
Kimura
Minako Okura
Satoru Nakae
Mika
Hiroshi Yoshimura
Rio
Kai Harada
Sakai
Asuka
Rika Tachikawa
Yamashita
Masaya Yoshizawa
Hirata
Delinquents
Josuke's Groupies
Robber
Nijimura's Mother
Mr. Hirose
Bikers
Class President
Speedwagon Foundation Agent
Speedwagon Foundation Ship Captain
Old Monk
Banker
Kira's Coworkers
Centipede Shoes Store Owner
Kawajiri Family Cat
Morioh Tourist
Mikitaka's Mother
Rude Nurse
Rio's Neighbor
Paramedic

Part 5

Giorno Giovanna

Bruno Bucciarati
Leone Abbacchio
Guido Mista
Narancia Ghirga
Pannacotta Fugo
Trish Una
Coco Jumbo
Pericolo
Diavolo
Vinegar Doppio
Squalo
Tiziano
Carne
Cioccolata
Secco
Polpo
Mario Zucchero
Sale
Risotto Nero
Formaggio
Illuso
Prosciutto
Pesci
Melone
Ghiaccio
Scolippi
Luca
Sorbet and Gelato
Donatella Una
Man X
Paolo Bucciarati
Abbacchio's Partner
Anita
Diavolo's Mother
Antonio Rossi
Mrs. Menini
Mela Ghirga
Monica Ultello
Airport Security
Giorno's Admirers
Giorno's Mother
Giorno's Stepfather
Female Prison Officer
Old Janitor
Truck Driver
Narancia's Father
Narancia's 'Friends'Elderly Victim
Teacher
Blackmailing Criminal
Woman Saved By Mista
Thugs Killed By Mista
Bruno's Mother
Drug Dealers
Copy of Coco Jumbo
Venetian Suit Man
Hotel Maid
Bug-Catching Boy
Sardinian Fortune Teller
Sardinian Taxi Driver
Soccer Kids
Natural Resources Workers
The Arrows' Creator
Drunkards
Diavolo's Foster Father
Victims of SCR
Flower Shop Owner
Scolippi's Girlfriend
Female Tourists
Unlicensed Taxi Driver
Yacht Renter
Assassination Target
Assassinated Woman
Fugo's Parents
Shady Engineer

Part 6

Jolyne Cujoh
Ermes Costello
Emporio Alnino
Foo Fighters
Narciso Anasui
Weather Report
Gwess
Irene
Anakiss
Enrico Pucci
Donatello Versus
Rikiel
Ungalo
The Green Baby
Johngalli A.
Sports Maxx
Miuccia Miuller
Thunder McQueen
Miraschon
Lang Rangler
Viviano Westwood
Kenzou
Guccio
D an G
Romeo Jisso
Perla Pucci
Loccobarocco
Gloria Costello
Charlotte
Atroe
Savage Garden
Sonny Likir
David
Ron the Viper
Mickey
Pinocchio
Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Astro Boy, Mazinger Z and Tetsujin 28-go
Little Red Riding Hood and The Big Bad Wolf
Spider-Man
Kenshiro and Raoh
Mother Goat and Seven Young Goats
Prince Charming
Vincent van Gogh
Venus
Peter Pan and Tinkerbell
Put Back Hero
Sergeant McCoy
Wes Bluemarine
MIH Bystanders
'Tom Cruise'
Jolyne and Ermes' Co-Prisoner
Hitchhiker
Jolyne's Mother
Jolyne's Lawyer
Judge in Jolyne's Trial
Strip Search Staff
Prison Doctor
Prison Hairdresser
Female Ward Security Staff
Pi-chan
Caterer
Blonde Bully
Bullied Prisoner
Prison Visit Guard
Search Party Guard
Male Prisoners Killed by Foo Fighters
Female Prisoners Killed by Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters' Would-be Bully
Courtyard Guard
Surveillance Technician
Prison Backyard Guard N#1
Prison Backyard Guard N#2
Prostitute Prisoner
Maximum Security Ward Prisoners
Anasui's Former Girlfriend
Little Prisoner
Speedwagon Foundation Doctors #2
Swamp Searching Party
Shoplifter
Bohemian Rhapsody Victims
Versus's Family
Judge In Versus's Trial
Juvenile Detention Inmate
Racist Detective
Nice Tourist
MIH Victims
Alternate Jolyne
Alternate Jotaro

Part 7

Johnny Joestar
Gyro Zeppeli
Lucy Steel
Steven Steel
Hot Pants
Mountain Tim
Diego Brando
Pocoloco
Sandman
Norisuke Higashikata I
Funny Valentine
Oyecomova
Pork Pie Hat Kid
Dr. Ferdinand
Ringo Roadagain
Blackmore
Eleven Men
Mike O.
Wekapipo
Magent Magent
Axl RO
D-I-S-C-O
Alternate Diego Brando
Benjamin Boomboom
Andre Boomboom
L.A. Boomboom
Mrs. Robinson
Sugar Mountain
Scarlet Valentine
Jesus
Gregorio Zeppeli
George Joestar I (Steel Ball Run)
Nicholas Joestar
Diego Brando's Mother
Marco
Captain Valentine
Urmd Avdul
Dot Han
Baron Roocatugo
Gaucho
Mark Becker
David Hagen
Paul Lukather
Dixie Chicken
Zenyatta Mondatta
Caravan Serai (SBR)
Baba Yaga
Nellyville
Sloop John B
Billy White
Iglesias
Fritz von Stroheim
Mack the Knife
Rotters Club
Nightfly
Kanye
Shigechi
Tarkus (SBR)
Mister.
Georgie Porgie
Dario (SBR)
Anne Joestar
Danny (Mouse)
Adam Pendleton
Silas and Mary Pendleton
Alice Pendleton
Pendleton Children
Sandman's Sister
Steel Ball Run Staff
Thief
Pocoloco's Fortune Teller
Sheriff
Gyro's Mother
Gyro's Siblings
Neapolitan Noble
Beautiful Prisoner
President's Aides
Diego's Wife
Farm Worker
Ringo's Father
Ringo's Mother
Ringo's Sisters
Potato Killer
Gyro's Hospital Patient
Milwaukee Gangsters
Wekapipo's Younger Sister
Wekapipo's Brother-in-law
Hot Pants' Brother
Shooting Witnesses
Coach Driver
Railroad Worker
Victims of Love Train
Funny's Father
Diego's Fans
Slow Dancer
Valkyrie
Silver Bullet
Gets Up
Ghost Rider in the Sky
Hey! Ya!
Hono
Foxy Lady
Little Wing
Crosstown Traffic
El Condor Pasa
Europe Express
#1
Peg
Ramblin' Man
Roxanne
Moon Flower
Nut Rocker
Country Grammar
Catch a Wave
Love Unlimited
Natalie
Black Rose

Part 8

Josuke Higashikata (JoJolion)
Yasuho Hirose
Rai Mamezuku
Norisuke Higashikata IV
Jobin Higashikata
Mitsuba Higashikata
Tsurugi Higashikata
Joshu Higashikata
Hato Higashikata
Daiya Higashikata
Kaato Higashikata
Kyo Nijimura
Yoshikage Kira (JoJolion)
Josefumi Kujo
Karera Sakunami
Holy Joestar-Kira
Tamaki Damo
Yotsuyu Yagiyama
Aisho Dainenjiyama
A. Phex Brothers
Dolomite
Tooru
Satoru Akefu
Urban Guerrilla
Doremifasolati Do
Poor Tom
Wu Tomoki
Dododo De Dadada
Ojiro Sasame
Maako Kitani
Suzuyo Hirose
Iwasuke
Hair Clip
Kiyomi Kujo
Rina Higashikata
George Joestar II (JoJolion)
Josuke (Dog)
Elizabeth Joestar (JoJolion)
Joseph Joestar (JoJolion)
Suzi Q (JoJolion)
Yoshiteru Kira
Teru
Norisuke Higashikata II
Toyoko
Norisuke Higashikata III
Tomoko Higashikata (JoJolion)
Sadafumi Kujo
Atsunori Iwakiri
Zaihei Nigatake
Rena Nanami
Mina
Taoka
Hospital Security Guard
SBR Hat Shop Owner
Kidnapped Girl
The Man from Josuke's Memories
Ojiro's Friend
Johnny's Daughter
Oblivious Grandmother
Crying Little Boy
Hospital Taxi Driver
Extortive Mother and Child
Shakedown Road Veteran
Three Drug Dealer Thugs
Carrier Girl
Shakedown Road Cops
Mysterious Baby
The Old Man in the Wheelchair
Aisho's Girlfriend
Yakitori Shop Owner
Bald Salaryman
Tourists
Muneyuki
Morioh Police Officers
Bar Owner
Milagro Man's User
Cab Driver #2
Courier Boy
Mature Woman
Female Delinquent
Jogger
Bicycle Boy
Cab Driver #3
Baby
Boy-scout Bully
Yasuho's Dad
Angry Patient
Woman in bed
Maako's Daughter
Bus Stop Murderer
Rock Human Mother
Mamezuku's Father
Mamezuku's Mother

One-Shots

Jolyne Cujoh (GUCCI)
Minoru Kaigamori
Kyoka Izumi
Nanase Kishibe
Rohan Kishibe's Grandmother
Noguchi
Pierre
Gaucher
Ikkyu
Naoko Osato
Gunpei Kamafusa
Mutsukabezaka
Shuichi
Mai Katahira
Mao Katahira
Obanazawa
Tomoya
Yoma Hashimoto
Mika Hayamura
Mochizuki Family
Moon Rabbit
Virgina
Dolce
Masago Ayashi
Dolce and His Master
Masago Ayashi
Bruno Bucciarati (GUCCI)
Leone Abbacchio (GUCCI)
Polpo (GUCCI)
Unicorn
Nizaemon Yamamura
Female Monk
Yamaoka
Interpreter
Leather Goods Artisan
Frida Giannini
Rocky
Yoshiki
Wanted Man
Confessor
Servant
Asian Man
Corn Market Workers
Daughter
Obese Man
Model Scout
Fitness Trainer
Deliveryman Sawaki
Gym Patron
Gym Manager

Light Novels

Michal
Absalom
The Scribe Ani
Takuma Hasumi
Chiho Futaba
Teruhiko Futaba
Akari Hirai
Hanae Orikasa
Trinita
Crybaby Boy
Coniglio
Sogliola Lopez
Rigatoni
Sheila E
Cannolo Murolo
Massimo Volpe
Vladimir Kocaqi
Vittorio Cataldi
Angelica Attanasio
Gianluca Pericolo
George Joestar II (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Lisa Lisa (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Tsukumojuku Kato
Penelope de la Rosa
Erina Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Steven Motorize
John Moore-Brabazon
Kenton Motorize
Darlington Motorize
Jonathan Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Joseph Joestar (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Straizo (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Ngapoi Ngawang Tonpetty (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Robert E. O. Speedwagon (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Dio Brando (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Antonio Torres
William Cardinal
Alejandro Torres
Maria Torres
Javier Cortes
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Messina (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Jim Graham
Ben Motorize
Faraday
Julio Gonzales
Edvard Noriega
Charles Rolls
Scarlet Valentine (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Mr. Fernandes (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
George Joestar I (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Danny (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Will Anthonio Zeppeli (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Poco (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Poco's Sister (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe)
Leonora Cortes
Juan Rovira Cortes
Isabella
Prunella
Graham Pendleton
Harriet Motorize
Frank Dimarest
Peter Fraser
Royal Aero Club Members
Vincent Lecoeur
Kars (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe: Future Timeline)
Jotaro Kujo (Jorge Joestar 1st Universe: Future Timeline)
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Lucy Steel (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Alternate Diego Brando (Jorge Joestar 2nd Universe)
Jorge Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Narancia Ghirga (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Rohan Kishibe (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Reimi Sugimoto (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Koji Hirose
Muryotaisu Nijimura
Fukashigi Nijimura
Bruno Bucciarati (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Leone Abbacchio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Guido Mista (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pannacotta Fugo (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pocoloco Tripleseven (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Goyathlay Soundman (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Trish Una (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Vinegar Doppio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Shigekiyo Yangu (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Aya Tsuji (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Enrico Pucci (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Yoshikage Kira (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Funny Valentine (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Funnier Valentine
The Funniest Valentine
Dolcio Cioccolata (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Secco Rottario (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jonathan Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Dio Brando (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jonda Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Jodoh Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Joseph Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
George Joestar I (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Joeko Joestar
Denta Shishimaru
Kosaku Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Shinobu Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Hayato Kawajiri (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Chien Kunimido
Prosciutto Cappano (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Pesci (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Ghiaccio (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Melone (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Johnny Joestar (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Hisao and Yohei
Guruguru Majin
Nail Peeler
Shirai Masami
Serika/Satoshi/Seshiru Kato
Namahage Detective
Takumi Kumoi
Sachiari Hakkyoku
Nekoneko Nyan Nyan Nyan
Chomaru Bariya & Others
Daibakusho Curry & Runbaba 12
Yukako Yamagishi (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Wilhelm Beer & Johann Mädler
Maria Urias Zeppeli
Giorno Giovanna (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Diavolo (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)

Other

Stand User
Old Man Stand User
Heaven Ascension DIO
Dija Maker
Scatola

Stands

Part 3

Star Platinum
Magician's Red
Hermit Purple
Hierophant Green
Silver Chariot
The Fool
The World
Tower of Gray
Dark Blue Moon
Strength
Ebony Devil
Yellow Temperance
Hanged Man
Emperor
Empress
Wheel of Fortune
Justice
Lovers
Sun
Death Thirteen
Judgement
High Priestess
Geb
Khnum
Tohth
Anubis
Bastet
Sethan
Osiris
Horus
Atum
Tenore Sax
Cream
Holy's Stand
Joestar Stand

Part 4

Crazy Diamond
The Hand
Echoes
Heaven's Door
Love Deluxe
Harvest
Killer Queen
Sheer Heart Attack
Bites the Dust
Aqua Necklace
Bad Company
Red Hot Chili Pepper
The Lock
Surface
Pearl Jam
Achtung Baby
Ratt
Cinderella
Atom Heart Father
Boy II Man
Earth Wind and Fire
Highway Star
Stray Cat
Super Fly
Enigma
Cheap Trick
Nijimura's Father's Stand

Part 5

Gold Experience
Sticky Fingers
Moody Blues
Sex Pistols
Aerosmith
Purple Haze
Spice Girl
Chariot Requiem
Gold Experience Requiem
King Crimson
Black Sabbath
Soft Machine
Kraft Work
Little Feet
Man in the Mirror
Mr.President
Beach Boy
The Grateful Dead
Baby Face
White Album
Clash
Talking Head
Notorious B.I.G
Metallica
Green Day
Oasis
Rolling Stones
Sorbet & Gelato's Stands
Resource Worker's Stand

Part 6

Stone Free
Kiss
Burning Down the House
Foo Fighters
Diver Down
Weather Report
Whitesnake
C-Moon
Made in Heaven
Goo Goo Dolls
Manhattan Transfer
Highway to Hell
Marilyn Manson
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Limp Bizkit
Survivor
Planet Waves (FKA Earth, Wind, and Fire)
Dragon's Dream
Yo-Yo Ma
Green, Green Grass of Home
Jail House Lock
Bohemian Rhapsody
Sky High
Under World
Boiling Water Stand
Emporio's Mother's Stand
Stand Collection

Part 7

Tusk
Ball Breaker
Oh! Lonesome Me
Scary Monsters
Cream Starter
Ticket to Ride
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
D4C Love Train
In a Silent Way
Hey Ya!
Tomb of the Boom 1 2 3
Boku no Rhythm wo Kiitekure
Wired
Mandom
Catch the Rainbow
Sugar Mountain
Tatoo You!
Tubular Bells
20th Century Boy
Civil War
Chocolate Disco
THE WORLD
Emerald Searcher's Stand

Part 8

Soft & Wet
Paisley Park
Nut King Call
Paper Moon King
King Nothing
Speed King
Killer Queen (JoJolion)
Fun Fun Fun
California King Bed
Born This Way (FKA Going Underground)
Les Feuilles
I Am a Rock
Doobie Wah!
Love Love Deluxe
Schott Key No.1
Schott Key No.2
Vitamin C
Walking Heart
Milagro Man
Blue Hawaii
Doggy Style
Brain Storm
Ozon Baby
Doctor Wu
Awaking III Leaves
Wonder of U
Kaato's Stand

Light Novels

Dark Mirage
Satanic Coupler
Ptah
The Book
Memory of Jet
The Cure
Public Image Limited
Joy Division
Purple Haze Distortion
Voodoo Child
All Along Watchtower
Manic Depression
Rainy Day Dream Away
Dolly Dagger
Night Bird Flying
U-Boat
Heaven's Door (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Grand Blue
NYPD Blue
Blue Thunder
Killer Queen (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
The Passion
Cube House
Arrow Cross House
Videodrome
The Iron Ladies
Stepmom
The World (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Gold Experience (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Gold Experience Requiem (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
King Crimson (Jorge Joestar Unknown Universe)
Whitesnake (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
C-Moon (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Made in Heaven (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Jorge Joestar 37th Universe)
Rear Window
Singing in the Rain
Stray Dog
Face/Off
Right Stuff
Blob
Evil Dead
Twister
Fugo's Stand
Doppio's Stand
The World Ultimate
Ultimate D4CU-Boat Ultimate
Whitesnake Ultimate
C-Moon Ultimate Requiem
Made in Heaven Ultimate Requiem
Molting
Coulrophobia
Dream Manipulation
Wings
Dune
Dune Ultimate
The Trinity

Other

Stand User's Stand
Strange Relation
Gucci Bag Stand
Remote Romance
The World Over Heaven
House of Holy
JoJosapiens
The Shelter
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2020.11.03 16:23 AmarBeitFawaz Arabic-Western Baby Names

Good evening, everyone. I have two exams and an essay due this week, and I have literally been having health problems due to the stress of online school (as have my classmates), but having ADD, I ended up doing this instead. (I am unable to control my own hyperfocus.) For context, I am a Lebanese-American woman who is not in a relationship and is not expecting but would like to have children someday. The names that made the list were names that worked in both Arabic and English (or another language, like Russian, or Samoan.) They had to be pronounceable to some degree in both languages and had to be established names in both. As a result, certain names, including some that I really love, like Hanin or Cassem, were not added to the list. The names that don't have an explanation next to them are the names of religious characters (I'm Muslima.) If it's not specified how a name should be pronounced, the pronunciation is meant to be clear to a native English speaker. If it's not clear, it's ok, just ask me, and I will clarify.
Girls:

》Adela عادلة "she who is just."

》Aida عايدة "she who returns [to her native land.]"

》Aila ايلا "deer." (Also spelled 'Ayla,' and 'Isla.')

》Camila كملة "she who is perfect/whole/complete."

》Elia علية "she who is exalted." (Also spelled 'Alia,' 'Alya,' 'Aliya,' and 'Aleya.')

》Ella آلاء "a sign."

》Em-Ana أمانة "she who is entrusted."

》Enara إنارة "illumination. "

》Fulla فلة "jasmine."

》Hallie-Mae حليمة "she who is forgiving before her wrong-doer asks for forgiveness."

》Hannah هناء "contentment." (Also spelled 'Hana.')

》Jasmine ياسمين (Pronounced "yaas-meen.")

》Jen-Anne جنان "heavens."

》Jude جود "generosity/goodness." (Gender-neutral name in English and Arabic.)

》Laia لايا

》Laila ليلة "she who is [beautiful] like the night."

》Leigh-Anne ليان "she who is tender-hearted."

》Lina لينا "she who is tender-hearted."

》Lou-Jane لجين "melted silveBeach waves."

》Mona منى "wished for."

》Nadia نادية "a call [as in on a religious figure.]"

》Noelle نوال "gift."

》Nora نورة "light."

》Ray-Anne ريان "the gate of heaven." (Gender-neutral name. See 'Ryan.')

》Renad رناد "the core of the agarwood tree." (agarwood, or oud, in Arabic, is used as perfume, is an aphrodisiac, and is symbolic of a person's connection to their roots.)

》Sabrina صابرينة "she who is patient."

》Sana سناء "lightning."

》Sara سارة

》Selma سلمة "she who is peaceful."

》Summer سمر "the act of staying awake through the night."

》Tala تالا "palm." (In Arabic, the date-palm tree is symbolic of tender-heartedness.)



Boys:

》Adam آدم

》Adel عادل "he who is just."

》Basil باسل "he who is brave." (Pronounced "baa-ssil.")

》Benjamin بنيامين (Pronounced "Ben-ya-meen.")

》Elias إلياس (Pronounced "Il-yaas.")

》Ismael إسماعيل (Pronounced "Iss-maa-eel.")

》Jacob يعقوب (Pronounced "Ya-koob.")

》Joseph يوسف (Pronounced "You-sif.")

》Jude جود "generosity/goodness." (Gender-neutral name in English and Arabic.)

》Ramsey رمزي "symbolic."

》Red رعد "thunder."

》Ryan ريان "the gate of heaven." (Gender-neutral name. See 'Ray-Anne.')

》Sammy سامي "elevated." (Also spelled 'Sammi,' and 'Sami.')

》Zane زين 'decoration.'

》Zechariah زكريا



Honorable Mention(s):

》Jemima حميمة "little Dove." This name likely entered the English lexicon through Muslim Spain. The J was originally meant to be pronounced as it is in Spanish: 'Hem-ee-meh." The reason it didn't make the cut is because in modern dialectal Arabic, it is used as baby-speak for "penis."

》I can't think of any other honorable mentions, but I will add any I think qualify.



If you have any ideas for Arabic-Western baby names, let me know in the comments and if they make the cut, I'll add them.
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2020.10.30 03:06 DominoBarksdale Coming to Netflix US, November 2020

From What's-on- Netlfix.com
November Dates TBD
Mismatched (Season 1) N – Indian romantic TV comedy.
Supernatural (Season 15 – Final Episodes) – The last remaining episodes of Supernatural season 15 – expected to be on November 27th.
Trial 4 (2020) N – Documentary on the killing of Boston cop, Sean K. Ellis.
Weekly Episodes Coming to Netflix in November 2020
Private Lives (Season 1) N – New episodes every Wednesday.
The Devil Punisher (Season 1) N – New episodes every Sunday.
The Great British Baking Show (Collection 8) N – New episodes every Friday.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 1st, 2020
60 Days In (Season 5) – A&E reality series that looks in a county jail in Indiana.
A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Stanley Kubrick’s cult classic.
Boyz n the Hood (1991) – Oscar-nominated crime drama about three young males living in the Crenshaw ghetto.
Can You Hear Me? (Season 2) N – French Canadian drama series about three girls from low-income families navigating the complexities of life.
Casper (1995) – Kids classic fantasy movie.
Christmas Break-In (2018) – Holiday family special about a young girl stuck at school just before the holidays.
Dawson’s Creek (Seasons 1-6) – Every season and episode of the classic teen-drama.
Easy A (2010) – Emma Stone features in this high school rom-com about a student spreading rumors to help gain status.
Elf Pets: A Fox Cub’s Christmas Tale (2019) – Animated Christmas short.
Elf Pets: Santa’s Reindeer Rescue (2018) – Animated Christmas short.
Elliot the Littlest Reindeer (2018) – Animated holiday feature film where Blitzen announces his retirement.
Forged in Fire (Season 1) – HISTORY Channel’s reality series that follows various bladesmiths competing for a grand prize.
Jumping the Broom (2011) – Comedy from Salim Akil about two families coming together for a wedding.
Knock Knock (2015) – Keanu Reeves and Ana de Armas feature in this thriller.
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (Seasons 1-3) – All three seasons of A&E’s look into the Church of Scientology.
Little Monsters (1989) – Family comedy from the late 80s about a boy finding a world of monsters under his bed.
Mile 22 (2018) – Mark Wahlberg action thriller
Ocean’s Eleven (2001) – All-star Steven Soderbergh crime thriller.
Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009) – Kevin James in the best movie ever.
Piercing (2018) – Horror mystery thriller
Platoon (1986) – Classic war movie.
School Daze – Unclear what version
Snowden (2016) – Biopic on Edward Snowden played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The Garfield Show (Season 3) – Animated adventures with everyone’s favorite Lasagne loving cat.
The Impossible (2012) – Naomi Watts features in this movie about a family caught in a tsunami.
The Indian in the Cupboard (1995) – Family fantasy directed by Frank Oz.
The Next Karate Kid (1994) – Mr. Miyagi returns to teach a new pupil.
Voice (Season 2) – K-drama about a detective who had his life fall apart after his wife was murdered.
Wheels of Fortune
Yes Man (2008) – The Jim Carrey comedy where he can’t say no.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 2nd
Prospect (2018) – Sci-fi thriller starring Pedro Pascal about a father and daughter pairing heading to a mysterious moon to gather valuable resources.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 3rd
Felix Lobrecht: Hype (2020) N – German stand-up special looking into woke culture.
Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 1) N – Dreamworks animated series for preschoolers.
Mother (2020) N – Asian film.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 4th
A Christmas Catch (2018) – A TV movie holiday romance
Christmas With A Prince (2018) – TV holiday romance starring Kaitlyn Leeb.
Love & Anarchy (Season 1) N – Comedy drama series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 5th
A New York Christmas Wedding (2020) – Otoja Abit directs this holiday romantic movie.
Carmel: Who Killed Maria Marta? (Season 1) N – Spanish true-crime series.
Midnight at the Magnolia (2020) – Christmas-themed holiday romance movie.
One More Try (2012) – Filipino movie about a single mother is forced to reunite with her estranged husband to save her child from a deadly disease.
Operation Christmas Drop (2020) N – Holiday special about a political aide falling for an Air Force pilot.
Paranormal (Season 1) N – Netflix’s third Arabic full Netflix Original set in the 1960s where a doctor begins believing paranormal events are occurring around him.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 6th
Citation (2020) N – Nigerian Original about a student who reports her professor after trying to rape her.
Country Ever After (Season 1) N – Follow the family of Coffey Anderson in this reality series.
La trinchera infinita / The Endless Trench (2019) N – French movie set in 1936 with fascism taking over the country.
The Late Bloomer (2016) – Comedy about a man who goes through puberty a little later in life than most.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 9th
Undercover (Season 2) N – Dutch thriller series where undercover agents infiltrate drug operations.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 10th
A Lion in the House (Limited Series) – Docuseries on five families going through cancer treatments over a period of 6 years.
Dash & Lily (Season 1) N – Comedy teen drama set in the festive season about a little red notebook that is passed between two lovers.
Trash Truck (Season 1) N – Kids cartoon about a trash truck and his two human friends making friends and exploring.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 11th
A Queen Is Born (Season 1) N – Portuguese reality series featuring two drag queens that’s essentially Drag Race – rumored for November 11th.
Aunty Donna’s Big Ol’ House of Fun (Season 1) N – Sketch comedy series.
The Liberator (Limited Series) N – Animation meets Band of Brothers in this WW2 limited series.
What We Wanted / Was wir wollten (2020) N – Austrian drama about parenthood with a couple facing fertility issues.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 12th
A Very Special Love (2008) – Filipino romantic family drama.
Fruitvale Station (2013) – Biopic of Oscar Grant III starring Michael B. Jordan.
Graceful Friends (Season 1) – Also known as Elegant Friends, a TV mystery series from South Korea.
Ludo (2020) N – Dark comedy from India.
Memories of a Teenager / Yo, Adolscente (2019) – Spanish drama.
Prom Night – Unclear what version.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 13th
American Horror Story (Season 9) – The ninth installment of the anthology series set in 1984.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (2020) N – A musical adventure holiday special featuring original songs from John Legend.
The Life Ahead / La vita davanti a se (2020) N – Italian drama about a Holocaust survivor taking in a 12-year-old boy who robbed her.
The Minions of Midas (Limited Series) N – Political thriller about a millionaire publisher blackmailed.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 15th
A Very Country Christmas (2017) – Holiday-themed family romance movie about a country star heading back home to find his roots.
America’s Next Top Model (Seasons 19 & 20) – Two seasons of the reality series from CBS which airs on VH1.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 (2009) – Animated Sony Pictures movie that sees the return of the crazy scientist.
Hometown Holiday (2018) – Holiday romance.
Polly Pocket (Season 2) – Animated Canadian adventures with the popular kids IP.
Survivor (Season 20 & Season 28) – CBS’s reality series Survivor debuts on Netflix.
The Crown (Season 4) N – The latest and final season for Olivia Colman in the role of Queen Elizabeth who will hand over the reins. The new epic seasons will introduce us to Princess Diana and Margaret Thatcher.
V for Vendetta (2005) – The Wachowski’s dystopian thriller.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 16th
Loving (2016) – Romance based on a true story of an interracial couple in the late 1950s.
Whose Streets? (2017) – Documentary on the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 17th
The Boss Baby: Back in Business (Season 4) N – The latest Dreamworks adventures with The Boss Baby.
We Are The Champions (Season 1) N – Reality documentary series looking into some of the world’s oddest competitions.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 18th
Bitter Daisies / El sabor de las margaritas (Season 2) N – More episodes of the crime thriller series.
Holiday Home Makeover with Mr. Christmas (2020) N – Holiday reality special.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 19th
The Princess Switch: Switched Again (2020) N – The sequel to The Princess Switch featuring Vanessa Hudgens playing the role of a down-to-earth baker and a prince’s wife.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 20th
Alien Xmas (2020) N – Christmas feature film about aliens attempting to steal Earth’s gravity.
Flavorful Origins: Gansu Cuisine (Season 3) N – Docu-series for foodies.
If Anything Happens I Love You (2020) N – Two grieving parents mourn the loss of a loved one in the family.
Voices of Fire (Season 1) N – Reality competition series about gospel singers.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 22nd
Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square (2020) N – Dolly Parton features in this small-town Christmas themed movie about a small town facing tough times around the holiday season.
Machete Kills (2013) – Robert Rodriguez directs this Danny Trejo action thriller.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 23rd
Hard Kill (2020) – Action thriller starring Bruce Willis.
Shawn Mendes: In Wonder (2020) N – Documentary on the famed singesongwriter.
Strongest Delivery Man (Season 1) – Korean drama about two food delivery works dueling it out.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 24th
Dragons: Rescue Riders: Huttsgalor Holiday (2020) N – Holiday special for the Dreamworks series.
Hillbilly Elegy (2020) N – Ron Howard’s Netflix debut with this adaptation of the best-selling book featuring Amy Adams.
Notes for My Son / El Cuaderno de Tomy (2020) N – Argentinian movie about a woman battling terminal cancer and writes a book to speak about her life.
Wonderoos (Season 1) N – Kids animated series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 25th
The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two (2020) N – Kurt Russell boots up as Santa Clause again with Christmas once again under threat from a new source.
Great Pretender (Season 2) N – Anime series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 26th
Larry the Cable Guy: Remain Seated (2020) – Stand-up special
Mosul (2020) N – War thriller from executive producers The Russo Brothers.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 27th
A Go! Go! Cory Carson Christmas (2020) N – Christmas special.
Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker (2020) N – Shondaland documentary looking into the ballet group.
Over Christmas / Überweihnachten (Season 1) N – Christmas series from Germany.
Sugar Rush: Christmas (Season 2) N – Cooking reality series.
The Beast / La Belva (2020) N – Film.
Virgin River (Season 2) N – The return of the popular Netflix romance series.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 28th
The Uncanny Counter (Season 1) N
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 29th
Wonderoos: Holiday Holiday! (2020) N – Holiday kids animated special.
What’s Coming to Netflix on November 30th
The 2nd (2020) – Ryan Pillipe action thriller.
Rust Creek (2018) – Crime thriller.
Spookley and the Christmas Kittens
What are you looking forward to watching on Netflix in November 2020? Let us know in the comments down below.
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2020.10.26 06:37 InsidiousSainthood Thank you all for the best birthday EVEr!

#eveonline #tweetfleet #BestBdayEVEr!
Today I turn 41!
It has been my honor and privilege to share the skies of New Eden with all of you. Not the best at making friends, and so, am humbled to be included in the greatest gaming community
From HS->LS->Null, friends and frenemies, old bros and newbros, Jita scammers, gate campers, and gankers. To everyone who plans eve meets, ingame events, app dev, and streamers.
I know not everyone can make it to eve meets. You are included in my thanks.
It is my birthday wish that all human kind will treat each other as well as you have treated me these last 14 years and that I may give back as much as you have given me
May you all continue to fly beautiful and true, onwards and upwards
o7

40th @ Omnia
For everyone who made it to Omnia @ Eve Vegas 2019 thank you for the Best Birthday EVEr! u/TorvaldUruz u/CCPGoodfella u/JustCallMeGuard u/ivyellious u/Greygal__Eve u/CCP_Oracle u/CCP_Convict u/onlydopamine u/ccp_aurora u/CCPGames u/CCP_Tara u/HilmarVeigar u/DunkDinkle u/dirkmacgirk u/RoAnnon u/lizlizardbreath u/lizlizardbreath Anna/Holgar u/manicvelocity u/CCPBurger u/CCP_Fleebix u/ItsMsMoses u/Raiden_Harmann u/equliser11 u/C_Onzo u/CCPGoodfella CCP Curtis u/CCP_Rise u/CCP_Archduke u/CCP_Larrikin u/CCP_Tuxford CCP Bjorn u/CCP_Antiquarian u/ccp_rax u/CCP_Alpha CCP Tarrant CCP Muppet Hunter CCP Tiger Shark u/RagnarEdvalds u/MaxSingularity u/CCP_karkur u/ArsiaElkin u/CCP_Fozzie u/Ashterothi u/RixxJavix u/leelooD5 u/Mirandalorian_ u/BrianSchoeneman u/Katia_Sae u/BaltecEVE u/Matterall373 u/anteovnuecci u/NikolaiMazinkov u/NihilausVause u/rvbeve u/JustCallMeGuard u/Verone3784 u/RixxJavix u/MasterTheFun u/EliseRandolph u/MaxSingularity u/CCP_Convict u/Ashterothi u/Valomir u/Suitonia 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And everyone else who’s handles I don’t have.
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2020.10.22 00:06 fenn2b Week 8 Match-up Preview Thread: #1 Clemson Tigers vs. Syracuse Orange

#1 Clemson vs. Syracuse
When: Saturday, October, 24, 12:00 PM Eastern
Where: Memorial Stadium (Clemson, SC) - Clemson, SC
Watch: ACC Network
Odds: Clemson by 46.0 pts.
Total Points: 61.5
All-Time Series : Clemson vs. Syracuse
Clemson and Syracuse have met 8 times since 01/01/1996.
These teams last met 403 days ago on 09/14/2019.
Series Wins: Clemson 6-0-2 Syracuse
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 7 (2013-2019).
Clemson has won the last 2 meetings (2018-2019) in this series.
Last 6 Meetings
Winner Date Location Clemson Syracuse Notes
Clemson 2019-09-14 Syracuse, NY 41 6
Clemson 2018-09-29 Clemson, SC 27 23
Syracuse 2017-10-13 Syracuse, NY 24 27
Clemson 2016-11-05 Clemson, SC 54 0
Clemson 2015-11-14 Syracuse, NY 37 27
Clemson 2014-10-25 Clemson, SC 16 6
Series Comparison Data via Winsipedia
Through Week 7
Week Clemson 5-0(4-0) Result Syracuse 1-4(1-3) Result
1 BYE N/A BYE N/A
2 Wake Forest 2-2(1-2) W 37-13 North Carolina#14 3-1(3-1) L 6-31
3 The Citadel 0-4(0-0) W 49-0 Pittsburgh 3-3(2-3) L 10-21
4 BYE N/A Georgia Tech 2-3(2-2) W 37-20
5 Virginia 1-3(1-3) W 41-23 BYE N/A
6 Miami#11 4-1(3-1) W 42-17 Duke 1-5(1-4) L 24-38
7 Georgia Tech 2-3(2-2) W 73-7 Liberty 5-0(0-0) L 21-38
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Clemson Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-10-16 20:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Justyn Ross WR Out For Season – Spine Tue, Aug 25 Ross is expected to miss the entire 2020 season after having offseason surgery to repair a condition known as congenital fusion.
Luke Price TE Out For Season – Knee Thu, Sep 3 Price suffered a season-ending torn ACL in his knee.
Ruke Orhorhoro DT Late Dec – Knee Tue, Sep 22 Orhorhoro has been shut down for the remainder of the regular season after undergoing surgery to fix the meniscus in his knee. He stands a chance to return for the program’s bowl game.
Justin Foster DE Out Indefinitely – Undisclosed Tue, Sep 29 Foster is out of commission with an unlisted injury, and there is no timetable for recovery.
Matthew Maloney LB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Maloney missed the last game for undisclosed reasons, and his status for Saturday’s contest versus Georgia Tech is up in the air.
Kaleb Boateng OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Boateng sat out the last game due to an unlisted issue, and it remains to be seen if he will line up versus Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Darnell Jefferies DT Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Jefferies sat out the last game due to an undisclosed issue, and it has yet to be established if he will take the field for Saturday’s contest versus Georgia Tech.
Xavier Thomas DE Ques Sat – Illness Sun, Oct 11 Thomas is recovering from a bout of COVID-19, and it is unclear if he will return Saturday versus Georgia Tech.
David Cote LB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Cote missed the previous contest with an unspecified ailment. It is undetermined if he will suit up against Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Joseph Ngata WR Prob Sat – Abdominal Wed, Oct 14 Ngata has missed the last two games with an abdominal strain, but he is expected to play against Georgia Tech on Saturday.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
Syracuse Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-10-16 20:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Sean Tucker RB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Oct 12 Tucker is nursing an undefined injury, and it is undetermined if he will be in Saturday’s lineup versus Liberty.
Ja Had Carter DB Ques Sat – Arm Sun, Oct 11 Carter exited the previous game with an arm injury, and it is unknown if he will face Liberty on Saturday.
Wil Froumy OL Ques Sat – Lower Body Sun, Oct 11 Froumy sat out the previous game due to a lower-body injury, leaving his status for Saturday’s matchup against Liberty hazy.
Qadir White OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 White sat out the last game with an unknown ailment. It is unclear if he will be a participant Saturday versus Liberty.
Latarie Kinsler DL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Kinsler was unavailable for the previous game due to an undetermined injury, and it remains to be seen if he will face Liberty on Saturday.
Adrian Cole DB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Sun, Oct 11 Cole missed the last game due to an unspecified ailment, and it is unknown if he will dress for Saturday’s contest versus Liberty.
Tommy Devito QB Out For Season – Heel Sat, Oct 10 Devito suffered a leg injury and will miss the remainder of the season.
Jawhar Jordan RB Out Indefinitely – Lower Body Sat, Oct 10 Jordan suffered a lower-body injury and is expected to miss an extended period of time.
Patrick Davis OL Out Indefinitely – Foot Sat, Oct 10 Davis is sidelined with a foot injury, and he will miss an undetermined length of time.
Jarveon Howard RB Out For Season – Personal Wed, Sep 9 Howard has let the program know that he will sit out the entire 2020 season after making a personal decision stemming from COVID-19 concerns.
Abdul Adams RB Out For Season – Personal Tue, Sep 8 Adams has announced that he has ruled himself out for the entire 2020 season due to a personal reason.
Cooper Dawson DL Out For Season – Personal Tue, Aug 25 Dawson will sit out the duration of the 2020 campaign due to a personal decision.
Eric Coley DB Ques Sat – Foot Sun, Oct 11 Coley has sat out the previous two contests with a foot injury, and it is unknown if he will return Saturday versus Liberty.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
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2020.10.19 07:21 emilytamez Names at my local cemetery (Est. 1891)

I saw a post a few days ago by u/sorrydaddy_ about names in their local cemetery and it inspired me to do the same. It's a small predominantly German town in south Texas which leads to some pretty interesting names. Birth and death dates range from the 1800s up to 2020.
Male:
Total men: 403
Top 3 names: August (17), William (13), Alfred/Henry (12)
Most popular first initial: E (18)
Total names: 782
(A)
Aaron
Adam
Adelheid
Adolph
AJ (2)
Albert (8)
Albin
Alexander
Alfred (12)
Alvin (3)
Alwin
Alwino
Arno
Arthur (8)
August (17)
(B)
Benjamin
Bennie
Benno
Benson
Bernhard
Billie
Brandon
Bruno (2)
(C)
Carl (8)
Charles (5)
Charlie
Clarence (2)
Clayton
Clevin
Clifton
Clinton
Colton
(D)
Daniel
Darrell
David (3)
Del Mar
Delmore
Del Roy
Delvin (2)
Don
Donald (2)
Douglas
Duke
(E)
Eddie
Edgar (4)
Edmont
Edmund
Eduard
Edward (10)
Edwin (5)
Egon
Eligah
Elmo
Elton (4)
Emil (6)
Erich
Ernest
Ernst
Erwin (2)
Esteban
Everette
(F)
Fabian
Felix
Ferdinand (5)
Ferman
Floyd
Frank (4)
Franklin (3)
Franz (2)
Fred (2)
Frido
Friederike
Friedrich (5)
Fritz (6)
(G)
Gary (2)
George (2)
Gerald (2)
Gilbert (5)
Gilford
Glenn
Gregor
Gustav (4)
Guswin
(H)
Hamilton (3)
Hanno (2)
Harold
Harry (5)
Harvey
Heinrich (3)
Helmuth (2)
Henry (12)
Herbert (5)
Herman (5)
Hermann
Hilmar
Hilton
Hiram
Hubert
Hugo (2)
Hy
(I)
Ivan
(J)
Jacob (2)
Jame
James
Jerry
Jesse (3)
Jiggs
Jim
Jimmy (2)
John
Johnny
Joseph
Julius (4)
(K)
Karl
Kermit (3)
(L)
Ladislaus
Larry
Leeman
Leevy
Leroy (3)
Lester
Loni
Lonnie
Louis (6)
(M)
Max
Marcos
Marvin (3)
Melvin (4)
Michael (3)
Milton (3)
Monroe (6)
Morris
(N)
Nelson
Noah
Norman (2)
(O)
Olan
Olin
Oliver
Orvil
Oscar (3)
Otto (3)
(P)
Paul (2)
Percy
(R)
Ramsey
Randolph
Ray
Raymond (2)
Reinhold
Reuben (2)
Reno
Richard (2)
Ricky
Robert (5)
Ronald (2)
Rudolph (5)
Russell
(S)
Samuel
Scar
(T)
Theo
Theodor
Theodore
Trey
(U)
Udo (2)
(V)
Vincent
(W)
Wallace
Walter (8)
Wesley
Wilhelm (9)
William (13)
Willie (8)
Wilroy
Winfred
Woodrow
Wyman
Female:
Total women: 379
Top 3 names: Bertha (14), Emma (13), Ida (10)
Most popular first initial(s): E (26) & M (26)
Total names: 782
(A)
Ada
Adela
Adeline
Adolphine
Aileen
Albertine
Alice
Alma (6)
Alova
Alwina
Alwine
Amanda (3)
Angela
Anita (2)
Anna (9)
Annie (4)
Annette
Anona
Antonie
Augusta
Auguste (6)
(B)
Barbara
Bernice
Bertha (14)
Berthalyn
Brenda (2)
(C)
Candy
Carla
Carmen
Carol
Carolina
Carolyn
Catherine
Christiane
Christina
Clara (8)
Clesta
Cordula
(D)
Dana
Deena
Debra
Donna
Donna-Jean
Dora
Doris (2)
Dorisse
Dorothea
Dorothy (5)
(E)
Edith (3)
Edna (5)
Elaine
Eleanora
Elenora
Eleonore
Elfrieda (3)
Elisa
Elisk
Elizabeth
Ella (7)
Ellen (2)
Elma
Elsa (2)
Elsie (6)
Eltonie
Elvera
Emilie (3)
Emily
Emma (13)
Emmi
Erna (3)
Estella
Ethel (2)
Eva
Evelyn (3)
(F)
Ferdyne
Fern
Franziska
Fredericke
Frieda (7)
(G)
Georgina
Gerda
Geri
Gertrude
Gloria (2)
(H)
Hanna
Hedwig (2)
Helen (5)
Helena
Henriette (3)
Hermina (2)
Hermine (2)
Hilda
Hulda (8)
(I)
Ida (10)
Ilka
Irene (2)
(J)
Jacobine (2)
Jean
Jeanette
Jennie
Jewell
Jo
Joan
Joann
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2020.10.16 08:25 mr_green_guy JMod Quotes on Saradomin (RSOF, 8/15/2013)

Backing up this thread from the RSOF Lore Discussion by Offa Weaklax. Continued in comments if I hit limit. Saradomin is frequently villainized by many people so I hope this information shows he has more grey to him and he has good intentions in the end.
(The formatting is a little messed up because things don't copy very well from the forums to here)
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UPDATE (January 23, 2017):
Added a tweet from Mod Stu. Special thanks to Mewzard.
Check out a similar thread about Zaros here.
On the 15th of August, 2013, shortly after the release of The Death of Chivalry, Jagex held a live chat about that quest. This was a text-based chat rather than a video, and included a whole bunch of JMods - Such as Mod Osborne, one of RuneScape's two senior narrative designers, and Mod Stu, the quest's developer - who said a great many things.
When it came to the topic of the jolly old smurf specifically, they basically kept saying positive things.
I've wondered why people seem to ignore this chat and keep saying things about Saradomin that contradict what the JMods said there, but I now see - A lot of people simply may not know about the chat at all and about what the JMods said.
If you were aware of the chat and do realise what was said there, this thread isn't of value to you, and you may turn back.
If you weren't aware, read on, as I present a bunch of the quotes concerning my elderly friend.
Edit: Note that I will be applying chat effects to certain bits for emphasis.
Edit Again: I have by this point added a few more recent quotes, which may be of interest.
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'Comment From Godslayer
Is Saradomin evil or just short tempered?
Mod Osborne: Definitely short tempered! He's impulsive, and will do what he can to keep his people safe
'Comment From Ballor'
Hello jmods (apologies if this sent again!), After the events of The World Wakes and now Death of Chivalry, is Saradomin every going to forgive the World Guardian, or learn from his actions?
Mod Giara: Saradomins primary concern is that of the people and those who he protects. I don't think that Saradomin is angry at the World Guardian but Saradomin certainly wants to do things his way'
'Comment From Mewzard
Would it be fair to say that at least part of the reason why Saradomin wants the wand is to make up for his past failings, and give the Centaurs a second chance? Could it be possible to restore some of the fallen Naragi to amend such things?
Mod Osborne: You are exactly right. Saradomin's motivations here are almost entirely benevolent- he wants to make up for errors with the centaurs. But he was impulsive and emotional, and that's often been his failing. The naragi could be restored, but I wonder if they would be his first target.'
'Comment From Joseph R Chown
I think we established that saradomin is stubborn. Do you think that he would do absolutely anything to get his way?
Mod Giara: Only if his way is the best decision for his followers and believers
'Comment From Ziggy Coins'
I didn't trust Saradomin throughout the quest, I warned him that no good can come of him using the wand, then we he took it off me by force and then caused Owens corruption, that confirmed to me that no-one deserves that power...
Mod Osborne: Then you were proved right! Saradomin is still redeemable - please don't give up on him yet, '
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'Comment From Voya100 What is the connection between Saradomin, unicorns and owls?
Mod Adam R: They all have an O in their name.
And they're both animals associated with Saradomin, due to aspects of his nature.'
Now, here's a bonus quote, from the game update FAQ thread for The Death of Chivalry.
'35) Was Saradomin a human before his ascension?
Mod Stu: Saradomin states that he was “mortal once, a long time ago”. As the only lesser god with a human origin, he’s truly a man of the people
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16th October, 2013: This just in! New quote from Mod Jack, one of RuneScape's senior game designers, ingame (yes, he does write lore, and featured in the recent Joy of Zaros podcast).
Mod Jack: I really liked the subtlety of Saradomin's presentation in M P D
Mod Jack: I thought it captured his nobility but also fundamentally
Mod Jack: Human emotion really well
7th November, 2013: Recent quote from Mod Osborne on Twitter!
'Icriulis '@'treemanforever 5 Novu/JagexOsborne No no, I appreciate you answering the question. Next question, in your eyes is saradomin only tolerant to his followers?'
'David Osborne '@'JagexOsborne 5 Nov'@'treemanforever He is not someone who would smite anyone who doesn't follow him. He only takes on those who threaten his people or himself
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6th January, 2014: Twitter quote from Mod Stu. It actually dates back to 29th December, but they say a lot of positive things and I try to be selective.
'Nelfarion '@'AZAlliance1 29 Decu/JagexStu does Saradomin view himself above everyone else?'
'Mod Stu '@'JagexStu 29 Dec'@'AZAlliance1 Not necessarily above. Is the town sheriff superior to its citizens? He has a duty to uphold the law & keep the varmints out'
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2020.10.14 18:23 Arizona-Cardinals NOTES FROM THE CARDINALS 30-10 VICTORY AT NEW YORK JETS (10/11/20)

• The Cardinals defeated the NY Jets 30-10 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. In doing so, Arizona earned its second-ever road win against the Jets and the first since 1975. • With the win, the Cardinals improved to 3-1 all-time at MetLife Stadium and have won three in a row at the venue.
• Sunday’s game (+20) marks the first time since a 23-0 victory over the NY Giants on 12/24/17 that the Cardinals won a game by at least 20 points. It was the first game since the 2016 finale at L.A. Rams (W, 44-6) that Arizona scored 30+ points in a game and allowed 10 points or fewer.
• After going 3-1 in Week 5, the NFC West (14) leads the NFL in wins in 2020. The NFC West remains the only division in which each team has a positive point differential.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
L.A. Rams 4 1 136 90 2-0 2-1 0-0 4-0
Arizona 3 2 128 102 1-1 2-1 1-0 2-2
San Francisco 2 3 124 114 0-3 2-0 0-1 1-2

OFFENSE GETS ROLLING IN NEW YORK

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game with a season-high 496 total net yards (369 passing, 127 rushing) and 28 first downs. It marks the seventh time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 21 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
• Through the first five games, the Cardinals have piled up 1,977 total net yards on offense (1,272 passing; 705 rushing). Arizona’s 1,977 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first five games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,058 total yards in 1988.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 5 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1963 2,092
2 1984 2,082
3 1988 2,058
4 1948 2,016
5 2020 1,977
• The 2020 season marks the fourth time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,200 passing yards and 700 rushing yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,200 Pass Yards & 700 Rush Yds Thru 5 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,272 705 1,977
1988 1,208 850 2,058
1984 1,322 760 2,082
1963 1,250 842 2,092
• The Cardinals put up 496 total yards of offense and also averaged 7.3 yards per play against the Jets. It is the second time in 21 games under Kingsbury that Arizona has posted 450+ total yards and averaged 7.0+ yards per play in a game (Week 5 at Cincinnati in 2019 – 514 yards, 7.2 ypp). In the 22 years prior to his arrival, the team had just four such performances.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (81.3) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (128) 2nd
Rushing TDs (8) t-3rd
Rushing 1st Downs (46) 4th
Big Play Runs (21) 4th
Total Plays (337) 5th
Big Plays (37) t-5th
Rushing Yards/Game (141.0) 6th
Total TDs (16) t-9th
Sacks Allowed (8) t-10th
Total Yards/Game (395.4) 11th
Passing TDs (8) t-14th

CARDS REACH EIGHT STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Sunday’s victory over the Jets marked the eighth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 16
2 New Orleans* 11
3 Arizona 8
4 Green Bay 7
5 Seattle 6
*Play on MNF in Week 5
• The Cardinals current streak of eight straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2013 (8) and is tied for the fifth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4 1975-76 9
5t 2019-20 8
5t 2013 8
5t 2008 8
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA GRINDS OUT 127 RUSHING YARDS AND THREE TDS AGAINST THE JETS

• The Cardinals ran for 127 yards and three TDs on 30 carries (4.2 avg.) in the win over the Jets. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all five games this season – and in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 33 years (1988-20) that the Cardinals have rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first five games of a season.
• The Cardinals three rushing TDs vs. the Jets came from three different players: QB Kyler Murray, RB Chase Edmonds and RB Kenyan Drake. Yesterday’s game marked the first time since 12/20/09 vs. Detroit (RBs Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells and WR Anquan Boldin) that the Cardinals had three different players score a rushing TD in a game.
• Through Week 5, Arizona ranks sixth in the NFL averaging 141.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 188.4 172 5.5 8
2 New England 179.8 140 5.1 7
3 Baltimore 160.8 144 5.6 5
4 Minnesota 160.6 154 5.2 8
5 Green Bay 150.8 119 5.1 4
6 Arizona 141.0 148 4.8 8
7 L.A. Rams 139.6 169 4.1 9
8 Pittsburgh 138.8 122 4.6 4
9t Tennessee 129.0 102 3.8 2
9t San Francisco 129.0 128 5.0 8

DEFENSE HOLD JETS TO 10 POINTS IN 20-POINT VICTORY

• The Cardinals defense allowed season-lows in points (10), total yards (285), passing yards (162), yards per play (4.5) and average yards per pass play (4.5) against the Jets on Sunday. • The 10 points allowed are the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. It also marked the fourth time in the last seven games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on Sunday, the Cardinals improved to 3-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
• Arizona held the Jets to 4-of-13 (31%) on 3rd down conversion attempts and 0-of-2 on 4th down attempts on Sunday. The Cardinals also held the Jets to just one TD on three red zone possessions and kept them out of the end zone in their only goal-to-goal possession.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (40.0) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (42.9) t-2nd
3rd Down Pct. (35.6) 4th
Points Allowed/Game (20.4) 5th
Passing Yards/Game (222.4) 5th
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-5th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.92) 7th
Sacks (14.0) t-7th
Tackles for Loss (24) t-7th
Total TDs Allowed (11) t-8th
QB Hits (29) t-9th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.6) 10th
• With LB Dennis Gardeck (2.0) and S Budda Baker recording their first sack of the season on Sunday, the Cardinals now have had nine different players post at least 1.0 sack in 2020. Baltimore (11) is the only team who has more players with at least 1.0 sack this season.

HOPKINS CONTINUES TO SHINE IN RECORD-BREAKING START WITH ARIZONA

• After catching six passes for 131 yards and a TD in yesterday’s win over the Jets, WR DeAndre Hopkins continues his record-breaking debut season with the Cardinals. Through five games, Hopkins has 45 receptions for 528 yards and two TDs.
Hopkins leads the NFL in receptions, receiving yards and first down receptions in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (2020) NFL Leaders – Receiving Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 528
2 Amari Cooper (Dal) 39 2 D.K. Metcalf (Sea) 496
3 Robby Anderson (Car) 36 3 Robby Anderson (Car) 489
4 Allen Robinson (Chi) 35 4 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 485
5 Darren Waller (LV) 34 5 CeeDee Lamb (Dal) 433

NFL Leaders – 1st Down Receptions (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) 1st
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 29
2t Tyler Boyd (Cin) 25
2t Calvin Ridley (Atl) 25
4 Amari Cooper (Dal) 23
5t Terry McLaurin (Was) 22
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 22
• Only three players in NFL history had more receptions through the first five games of a season than Hopkins has in 2020.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of a Season

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1t Adam Thielen (Min) 47 2018
1t T.J. Houshmandzadeh (Cin) 47 2007
3 Michael Thomas (NO) 46 2018
4t DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
4t Michael Thomas (NO) 45 2019
4t Wes Welker (NE) 45 2011
• Hopkins’ 45 catches set an NFL record for most receptions in a player’s first five games with a team. The previous record of 42 was set by Eric Metcalf (Atlanta) in 1995.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games with a Team

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
2 Eric Metcalf (Atl) 42 1995
3 Terance Mathis (Atl) 40 1994
4 Andre Rison (Atl) 38 1990
5t Brandon Marshall (Mia) 37 2010
5t Brandon Marshall (NYJ) 37 2015
• Hopkins (45) also established a franchise record for receptions in the first five games of a season. J.T. Smith (44 in 1989) held the previous mark.

Franchise Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Rec
1 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 45
2 J.T. Smith (1989) 44
3t Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 36
3t Anquan Boldin (2005) 36
5t Larry Fitzgerald (2009) 35
5t Larry Centers (1996) 35
• Hopkins has 528 receiving yards in 2020. Only two players in franchise history had more receiving yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise Record – Receiving Yards in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Yds
1 J.T. Smith (1989) 549
2 Anquan Boldin (2005) 547
3 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 528
4 Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 504
5 Anquan Boldin (2003) 497
Sunday’s game marked Hopkins’ third with 130+ receiving yards this season. He is the first player in Cardinals history with at least three games of 130+ receiving yards in the first five games of a season. He joins Julio Jones (3 in 2015 with Atlanta) and Jimmy Graham (3 in 2013 with New Orleans) as the only players in the last 11 seasons to accomplish the feat.
• Following his 131-yard performance against the Jets, Hopkins now has 9,130 receiving yards for his career. Only three players in NFL history reached 9,000 receiving yards at a younger age than Hopkins (28 years, 127 days).

NFL History – Youngest Players to Reach 9,000 Receiving Yards

Player Age Years
Randy Moss 27 years, 310 days 1998-04
Calvin Johnson 28 years, 56 days 2007-13
Larry Fitzgerald 28 years, 81 days 2004-11
DeAndre Hopkins 28 years, 127 days 2013-20
Julio Jones 28 years, 326 days 2011-17
• Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 23 consecutive games played. In NFL history, Hopkins and Antonio Brown (36 straight) are the only players with 5+ receptions in at least 23 consecutive games.

NFL History – Consecutive Games with 5+ Receptions (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2 DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 23* 2018-20
3t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
3t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
5 Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak • Hopkins has at least one reception in all 115 games played in his career. His streak of 115 consecutive games with a catch is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

NFL Leaders - Consecutive Games with a Reception (Active Streaks)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 248 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 121 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 119 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 115 Sept. 9, 2013
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 100 Sept. 7, 2014
5t Jarvis Landry (Cle) 100 Sept. 14, 2014
• Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins 33rd career 100-yard outing – and third in five games with Arizona (151 @ SF in Week 1; 137 vs. Det in Week 3). Dating back to his first NFL season in 2013, only two players have more 100-yard games than Hopkins.

NFL Leaders – Games with 100+ Receiving Yards (2013-20)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 33
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5t Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
5t Mike Evans (TB) 26
• Dating back to 2017, Hopkins (20) and Atlanta’s Julio Jones (21) are the only players in the NFL with at least 20 games of 100+ receiving yards.
• With his 131-yard performance on Sunday, Hopkins has gone over 100 yards receiving in all three career games against the Jets. In those three games, he had 419 yards and five TDs on 21 receptions.

Hopkins Career vs. the Jets

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
11/22/15 vs. NYJ 5 118 23.6 2 (61, 20)
Totals 21 419 19.9 5 • Combined with his 116 yards against the Giants in 2014, Hopkins now has 100+ receiving yards in all three games he has played at MetLife Stadium (2 vs. Jets; 1 vs. the Giants)

Hopkins Career Games at MetLife Stadium

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
9/21/14 vs. NYG 6 116 19.3 0
Totals 22 417 18.9 3

MURRAY THROWS FOR CAREER-HIGH 380 YARDS IN WIN OVER JETS

• In Sunday’s win over the Jets, QB Kyler Murray completed 27-of-37 pass attempts (72.9%) for a career-high 380 yards, a TD and a passer rating of 103.4. He also rushed for 31 yards and a TD on nine carries.
• Murray’s 380 passing yards on Sunday represent the highest total for a Cardinals QB since Carson Palmer threw for 421 yards on 10/18/15 at Pittsburgh. It was the most passing yards by a Cardinals QB in a win since Palmer threw for 419 yards in a 27-14 victory at Jacksonville on 11/17/13.
• With his 380 passing yards on Sunday, Murray surpassed 5,000 career passing yards (5,021). Combined with his 840 career rushing yards, Murray now joins Cam Newton (5,205 passing yards; 915 rushing yards) as the only players in NFL history with 5,000+ passing yards and 800+ rushing yards in their first 21 career starts.
• Through five games, Murray has completed 128-of-181 pass attempts for 1,299 yards and 8 TDs, while also rushing for 296 yards and five TDs on 41 carries. He joins Cam Newton (2011) and Kordell Stewart (1997) as the only players in NFL history with at least five passing and five rushing TDs through the first five games of a season.

NFL History – Players w/ 5 Pass & 5 Rush TDs Thru 5 Games

Year Player (Team) Pass Rush
2020 Kyler Murray (AZ) 8 5
2011 Cam Newton (Car) 7 5
1997 Kordell Stewart (Pit) 7 6
• After throwing for a career-high 380 yards against the Jets on Sunday, Murray now has six career 300-yard outings. No other QB in franchise history had more than four games with 300+ passing yards in their first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 300+ Passing Yards in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 4
3 Charley Johnson (1962-63) 3
4t Ryan Lindley (2012-14) 2
4t John Skelton (2011-12) 2
4t Timm Rosenbach (1989-90) 2
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 2
Yesterday’s game was Murray’s fifth with both a passing and rushing TD, including his fourth such performance in five games this season. Only four players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 21 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rush & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4 Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
5t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 5
5t Jake Plummer (1997-02) 5
5t Charley Trippi (1947-55) 5
• Murray (4) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least four such games in a season.
• In just five games, Murray (5) has surpassed the number of rushing TDs he had in 16 games last season (4). Jim Hart (6 in 1968) is the only QB in franchise history who had more rushing TDs in a season than Murray has through five games in 2020.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1 Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
2t Kyler Murray (2020) 5 5
2t King Hill (1959) 5 11
2t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• Murray’s 37-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter was his 28th career TD pass. He now needs just five more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 28
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
On the Cardinals five scoring drives on Sunday, Murray completed 18-of-22 pass attempts (81.8%) for 290 yards and a TD while also rushing for 33 yards and a TD on five carries.

Murray Statistics on 5 Cardinals Scoring Drives

Drive Statistics
1. 4-4 for 41 yards; 1 rush for 16 yards
2. 3-5 for 57 yards; 3 rush for 15 yards and TD
3. 4-5 for 52 yards
4. 4-4 for 48 yards
5. 3-4 for 92 yards and a TD; 1 rush for 2 yards

FITZGERALD PLAYS IN 255TH CAREER GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 35 yards against the Jets on Sunday while playing in his 255th career game. In NFL history, only eight players have appeared in more games with a single team. The only offensive players in NFL history to appear in more games with a single team are OL Bruce Matthews (296 w/Titans), QB Tom Brady (285 w/Patriots) and OL Jackie Slater (259 w/ Rams).

NFL Leaders - Games w/ Single Team (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Games
1 K Jason Hanson (Det) 327
2 OL Bruce Matthews (Hou/Ten) 296
3 CB Darrell Green (Was) 295
4 QB Tom Brady (NE)* 285
5 DE Jim Marshall (Min) 270
6 K Sebastian Janikowski (Oak) 268
7 OL Jackie Slater (LAR) 259
8 LS David Binn (SD) 256
9t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 255
9t QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
9t TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
*Active Player
• The win over the Jets also represented Fitzgerald’s 89th consecutive start in a streak that dates back to 2014. That is the longest starting streak among active wide receivers and the sixth-longest active starting streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 229
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 133
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 133
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 99
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 94
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 89
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 86
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 85
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 85
10 QB Dak Prescott (Dal) 69
• After catching four passes against the Jets, Fitzgerald now has at least one reception in 248 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 248 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. Fitzgerald has at least one reception in 254 of 255 career games.

NFL Record - Consecutive Games with a Reception

Rnk Player (Years) Games Streak Dates Duration
1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 274 12/9/85 – 9/12/04 18 years, 8 months, 15 days
2 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 248 11/7/04 – 10/11/20 15 years, 11 months, 4 days
3 Tony Gonzalez (2000-2013) 211 12/4/00 – 12/29/13 13 years, 26 days
4 Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 190 9/1/96 – 12/28/08 12 years, 3 months, 28 days
5 Hines Ward (1998-2010) 186 11/9/98 – 11/8/10 12 years
• Among active streaks, Fitzgerald’s run of 248 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place total: Julio Jones (121 games).

EDMONDS WITH ANOTHER BIG PERFORMANCE AT METLIFE STADIUM

• After becoming just the sixth player in NFL history with three TD runs of 20+ yards in a single game in the Cardinals Week 7 victory over the Giants at MetLife Stadium last season, RB Chase Edmonds broke off yet another long TD run against the Jets on Sunday. The third-year back scored the first TD of the game on a 29-yard run in the first quarter.
• Combined with his three rushing TDs (20, 20 and 22 yards) against the Giants in Week 7 last season, Edmonds now has four TDs in two career games at MetLife Stadium. Edmonds has 6 TDs in 32 career games played away from MetLife Stadium.
• Edmonds’ 29-yard TD run in the first quarter on Sunday was his fifth career TD run of 20+ yards. Only three players in franchise history had more TD runs of 20+ yards in their career than Edmonds.

Franchise Record – TD Runs of 20+ Yards

Rnk Player (Years) TD
1 Ottis Anderson (1979-86) 7
2 Elmer Angsman (1946-52) 6
3 Ollie Matson (1952-58) 6
4t Chase Edmonds (2018-20) 5
4t John David Crow (1958-64) 5
4t Terry Metcalf (1973-77) 5
Edmonds five TD runs of 20+ yards over the last two seasons (2019-20) are the most in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – TD Runs of 20+ Yards (2019-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1 Chase Edmonds (AZ) 5
2 Christian McCaffrey (Car) 4
3t Kyler Murray (AZ) 3
3t Saquon Barkley (NYG) 3
3t Nick Chubb (Cle) 3
3t Derrick Henry (Ten) 3
3t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 3
3t Aaron Jones (GB) 3
3t Raheem Mostert (SF) 3
• Edmonds finished Sunday’s game with 92 total scrimmage yards (56 receiving, 36 rushing) and a TD on eight touches. His 56 receiving yards set a career high.

GARDECK GETS TWO SACKS IN FIRST DEFENSIVE ACTION OF HIS CAREER

• Playing the first defensive snaps of his career, LB Dennis Gardeck – a special teams captain and standout who signed with the Cardinals as a rookie free agent out of the University of Sioux Falls in 2018 – recorded his first career sack when he took down Jets QB Joe Flacco for a nine-yard loss in the second quarter. It was Gardeck’s first sack since his senior year at Sioux Falls when he took down Augustana QB Gage McClanahan for a one-yard loss on 10/28/17.
• Gardeck added a second sack in the fourth quarter. With 2.0 sacks against the Jets, Gardeck now joins Chandler Jones (4x) and Terrell Suggs (1x) as the only Cardinals defenders in the last two seasons (2019-20) to record at least 2.0 sacks in a game.
• Gardeck finished with 2.0 sacks in just 10 defensive snaps against the Jets.

DRAKE SCORES AGAIN – NOW WITH 10 RUSHING TDS IN 13 GAMES WITH CARDINALS

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Sunday’s game with 60 rushing yards on 18 attempts and scored his second TD of the season on a one-yard run in the third quarter. It was Drake’s 10th rushing TD in 13 games played with Arizona. He now has nine rushing TDs in his last eight games.
• Drake has more rushing TDs in 13 games with Arizona (10) than he had in 54 games with Miami (9).
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2020.10.13 19:35 WhatMyHeartHeld Game Notes Week 5

• The Cardinals defeated the NY Jets 30-10 at MetLife Stadium on Sunday. In doing so, Arizona earned its second-ever road win against the Jets and the first since 1975.
• With the win, the Cardinals improved to 3-1 all-time at MetLife Stadium and have won three in a row at the venue.
• Sunday’s game (+20) marks the first time since a 23-0 victory over the NY Giants on 12/24/17 that the Cardinals won a game by at least 20 points. It was the first game since the 2016 finale at L.A. Rams (W, 44-6) that Arizona scored 30+ points in a game and allowed 10 points or fewer.
• After going 3-1 in Week 5, the NFC West (14) leads the NFL in wins in 2020. The NFC West remains the only division in which each team has a positive point differential.

2020 NFC West Standings

Team W L PF PA Hm Road Div Conf
Seattle 5 0 169 135 3-0 2-0 0-0 3-0
L.A. Rams 4 1 136 90 2-0 2-1 0-0 4-0
Arizona 3 2 128 102 1-1 2-1 1-0 2-2
San Francisco 2 3 124 114 0-3 2-0 0-1 1-2

OFFENSE GETS ROLLING IN NEW YORK

• The Cardinals finished Sunday’s game with a season-high 496 total net yards (369 passing, 127 rushing) and 28 first downs. It marks the seventh time Arizona reached 400+ total yards in 21 games under head coach *Kliff Kingsbury*. Arizona reached 400+ yards just once in 32 games over the two seasons combined (2017-18) prior to his arrival.
• Through the first five games, the Cardinals have piled up 1,977 total net yards on offense (1,272 passing; 705 rushing). Arizona’s 1,977 total yards represent the fifth-highest total in franchise history through the first five games of a season – and the most since the team had 2,058 total yards in 1988.

Franchise History – Most Yards Thru 5 Games

Rnk Year Yds
1 1963 2,092
2 1984 2,082
3 1988 2,058
4 1948 2,016
5 2020 1,977
• The 2020 season marks the fourth time in franchise history the Cardinals have at least 1,200 passing yards and 700 rushing yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise History – 1,200 Pass Yards & 700 Rush Yds Thru 5 Games

Year Pass Rush Total
2020 1,272 705 1,977
1988 1,208 850 2,058
1984 1,322 760 2,082
1963 1,250 842 2,092
• The Cardinals put up 496 total yards of offense and also averaged 7.3 yards per play against the Jets. It is the second time in 21 games under Kingsbury that Arizona has posted 450+ total yards and averaged 7.0+ yards per play in a game (Week 5 at Cincinnati in 2019 – 514 yards, 7.2 ypp). In the 22 years prior to his arrival, the team had just four such performances.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals offensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Offensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (100.0) t-1st
4th Down Conv. Pct. (100.0) t-1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (81.3) 2nd
Total 1st Downs (128) 2nd
Rushing TDs (8) t-3rd
Rushing 1st Downs (46) 4th
Big Play Runs (21) 4th
Total Plays (337) 5th
Big Plays (37) t-5th
Rushing Yards/Game (141.0) 6th
Total TDs (16) t-9th
Sacks Allowed (8) t-10th
Total Yards/Game (395.4) 11th
Passing TDs (8) t-14th

CARDS REACH EIGHT STRAIGHT GAMES WITH 21+ POINTS

• Sunday’s victory over the Jets marked the eighth consecutive game the Cardinals have scored at least 21 points. Only two teams have longer active streaks than Arizona.

Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts (Active)

Rnk Team Gms
1 Kansas City 16
2 New Orleans* 11
3 Arizona 8
4 Green Bay 7
5 Seattle 6
*Play on MNF in Week 5
• The Cardinals current streak of eight straight games with 21+ points is the team's longest since 2013 (8) and is tied for the fifth-longest in franchise history.

Franchise Record - Consecutive Games Scoring 21+ Pts

Rnk Year(s) Gms
1 1983-84 11
2t 2007-08 10
2t 1948-49 10
4 1975-76 9
5t 2019-20 8
5t 2013 8
5t 2008 8
• The Cardinals have scored 21+ points in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury. Arizona scored 21+ points in an NFL-low 9 games in the two seasons prior to his arrival (2017-18).

ARIZONA GRINDS OUT 127 RUSHING YARDS AND THREE TDS AGAINST THE JETS

• The Cardinals ran for 127 yards and three TDs on 30 carries (4.2 avg.) in the win over the Jets. Arizona has now rushed for 100+ yards in all five games this season – and in 15 of 21 games under Kingsbury.
• The 2020 season marks just the third time in the last 33 years (1988-20) that the Cardinals have rushed for 100+ yards in each of the first five games of a season.
• The Cardinals three rushing TDs vs. the Jets came from three different players: QB Kyler Murray, RB Chase Edmonds and RB Kenyan Drake. Yesterday’s game marked the first time since 12/20/09 vs. Detroit (RBs Tim Hightower and Beanie Wells and WR Anquan Boldin) that the Cardinals had three different players score a rushing TD in a game.
• Through Week 5, Arizona ranks sixth in the NFL averaging 141.0 rushing yards per game in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Rushing Yards/Game (2020)

Rnk Team Yds/Gm Att Avg TD
1 Cleveland 188.4 172 5.5 8
2 New England 179.8 140 5.1 7
3 Baltimore 160.8 144 5.6 5
4 Minnesota 160.6 154 5.2 8
5 Green Bay 150.8 119 5.1 4
6 Arizona 141.0 148 4.8 8
7 L.A. Rams 139.6 169 4.1 9
8 Pittsburgh 138.8 122 4.6 4
9t Tennessee 129.0 102 3.8 2
9t San Francisco 129.0 128 5.0 8

DEFENSE HOLD JETS TO 10 POINTS IN 20-POINT VICTORY

• The Cardinals defense allowed season-lows in points (10), total yards (285), passing yards (162), yards per play (4.5) and average yards per pass play (4.5) against the Jets on Sunday.
• The 10 points allowed are the fewest for the Cardinals under defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. It also marked the fourth time in the last seven games Arizona’s defense has allowed 20 points or fewer. With the win on Sunday, the Cardinals improved to 3-0 this season when holding an opponent to 20 points or fewer.
• Arizona held the Jets to 4-of-13 (31%) on 3rd down conversion attempts and 0-of-2 on 4th down attempts on Sunday. The Cardinals also held the Jets to just one TD on three red zone possessions and kept them out of the end zone in their only goal-to-goal possession.
• Below is a look at the Cardinals defensive rankings in 2020:

Arizona Defensive Rankings in 2020

Statistic NFL Rnk
Goal-to-Go TD Pct. (40.0) 1st
Red Zone TD Pct. (42.9) t-2nd
3rd Down Pct. (35.6) 4th
Points Allowed/Game (20.4) 5th
Passing Yards/Game (222.4) 5th
Rushing TDs Allowed (3) t-5th
Points/Drive Allowed (1.92) 7th
Sacks (14.0) t-7th
Tackles for Loss (24) t-7th
Total TDs Allowed (11) t-8th
QB Hits (29) t-9th
Total Net Yards/Game (346.6) 10th
• With LB Dennis Gardeck (2.0) and S Budda Baker recording their first sack of the season on Sunday, the Cardinals now have had nine different players post at least 1.0 sack in 2020. Baltimore (11) is the only team who has more players with at least 1.0 sack this season.

HOPKINS CONTINUES TO SHINE IN RECORD-BREAKING START WITH ARIZONA

• After catching six passes for 131 yards and a TD in yesterday’s win over the Jets, WR DeAndre Hopkins continues his record-breaking debut season with the Cardinals. Through five games, Hopkins has 45 receptions for 528 yards and two TDs.
Hopkins leads the NFL in receptions, receiving yards and first down receptions in 2020.

NFL Leaders – Receptions (2020) NFL Leaders – Receiving Yards (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Rnk Player (Team) Yds
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 528
2 Amari Cooper (Dal) 39 2 D.K. Metcalf (Sea) 496
3 Robby Anderson (Car) 36 3 Robby Anderson (Car) 489
4 Allen Robinson (Chi) 35 4 Calvin Ridley (Atl) 485
5 Darren Waller (LV) 34 5 CeeDee Lamb (Dal) 433

NFL Leaders – 1st Down Receptions (2020)

Rnk Player (Team) 1st
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 29
2t Tyler Boyd (Cin) 25
2t Calvin Ridley (Atl) 25
4 Amari Cooper (Dal) 23
5t Terry McLaurin (Was) 22
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 22
• Only three players in NFL history had more receptions through the first five games of a season than Hopkins has in 2020.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of a Season

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1t Adam Thielen (Min) 47 2018
1t T.J. Houshmandzadeh (Cin) 47 2007
3 Michael Thomas (NO) 46 2018
4t DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
4t Michael Thomas (NO) 45 2019
4t Wes Welker (NE) 45 2011
• Hopkins’ 45 catches set an NFL record for most receptions in a player’s first five games with a team. The previous record of 42 was set by Eric Metcalf (Atlanta) in 1995.

NFL Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games with a Team

Rnk Player (Team) Rec Year
1 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 45 2020
2 Eric Metcalf (Atl) 42 1995
3 Terance Mathis (Atl) 40 1994
4 Andre Rison (Atl) 38 1990
5t Brandon Marshall (Mia) 37 2010
5t Brandon Marshall (NYJ) 37 2015
• Hopkins (45) also established a franchise record for receptions in the first five games of a season. J.T. Smith (44 in 1989) held the previous mark.

Franchise Record – Receptions in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Rec
1 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 45
2 J.T. Smith (1989) 44
3t Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 36
3t Anquan Boldin (2005) 36
5t Larry Fitzgerald (2009) 35
5t Larry Centers (1996) 35
• Hopkins has 528 receiving yards in 2020. Only two players in franchise history had more receiving yards through the first five games of a season.

Franchise Record – Receiving Yards in 1st 5 Games of Season

Rnk Player (Year) Yds
1 J.T. Smith (1989) 549
2 Anquan Boldin (2005) 547
3 DeAndre Hopkins (2020) 528
4 Larry Fitzgerald (2005) 504
5 Anquan Boldin (2003) 497
Sunday’s game marked Hopkins’ third with 130+ receiving yards this season. He is the first player in Cardinals history with at least three games of 130+ receiving yards in the first five games of a season. He joins Julio Jones (3 in 2015 with Atlanta) and Jimmy Graham (3 in 2013 with New Orleans) as the only players in the last 11 seasons to accomplish the feat.
• Following his 131-yard performance against the Jets, Hopkins now has 9,130 receiving yards for his career. Only three players in NFL history reached 9,000 receiving yards at a younger age than Hopkins (28 years, 127 days).

NFL History – Youngest Players to Reach 9,000 Receiving Yards

Player Age Years
Randy Moss 27 years, 310 days 1998-04
Calvin Johnson 28 years, 56 days 2007-13
Larry Fitzgerald 28 years, 81 days 2004-11
DeAndre Hopkins 28 years, 127 days 2013-20
Julio Jones 28 years, 326 days 2011-17
• Hopkins now has five-or-more receptions in 23 consecutive games played. In NFL history, Hopkins and Antonio Brown (36 straight) are the only players with 5+ receptions in at least 23 consecutive games.

NFL History – Consecutive Games with 5+ Receptions (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Years
1 Antonio Brown (Pit) 36 2013-15
2 DeAndre Hopkins (Hou/AZ) 23* 2018-20
3t Michael Thomas (NO) 20 2018-19
3t Jarvis Landry (Mia/Cle) 20 2017-18
5 Laveranues Coles (NYJ/Was) 19 2002-03
*Active Streak
• Hopkins has at least one reception in all 115 games played in his career. His streak of 115 consecutive games with a catch is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL.

NFL Leaders - Consecutive Games with a Reception (Active Streaks)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms Date Streak Started
1 Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 248 Nov. 7, 2004
2 Julio Jones (Atl) 121 Dec. 4, 2011
3 Golden Tate (NYG) 119 Oct. 28, 2012
4 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 115 Sept. 9, 2013
5t Travis Kelce (KC) 100 Sept. 7, 2014
5t Jarvis Landry (Cle) 100 Sept. 14, 2014
• Yesterday’s game marked Hopkins 33rd career 100-yard outing – and third in five games with Arizona (151 @ SF in Week 1; 137 vs. Det in Week 3). Dating back to his first NFL season in 2013, only two players have more 100-yard games than Hopkins.

NFL Leaders – Games with 100+ Receiving Yards (2013-20)

Rnk Player (Team) Gms
1 Julio Jones (Atl) 47
2 Antonio Brown (FA) 39
3 DeAndre Hopkins (AZ) 33
4 T.Y. Hilton (Ind) 28
5t Odell Beckham (Cle) 26
5t Mike Evans (TB) 26
• Dating back to 2017, Hopkins (20) and Atlanta’s Julio Jones (21) are the only players in the NFL with at least 20 games of 100+ receiving yards.
• With his 131-yard performance on Sunday, Hopkins has gone over 100 yards receiving in all three career games against the Jets. In those three games, he had 419 yards and five TDs on 21 receptions.

Hopkins Career vs. the Jets

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
11/22/15 vs. NYJ 5 118 23.6 2 (61, 20)
Totals 21 419 19.9 5
• Combined with his 116 yards against the Giants in 2014, Hopkins now has 100+ receiving yards in all three games he has played at MetLife Stadium (2 vs. Jets; 1 vs. the Giants)

Hopkins Career Games at MetLife Stadium

Date Rec Yds Avg. TD (Dist)
10/11/20 @ NYJ 6 131 21.8 1 (37)
12/15/18 @ NYJ 10 170 17.0 2 (45, 14)
9/21/14 vs. NYG 6 116 19.3 0
Totals 22 417 18.9 3

MURRAY THROWS FOR CAREER-HIGH 380 YARDS IN WIN OVER JETS

• In Sunday’s win over the Jets, QB Kyler Murray completed 27-of-37 pass attempts (72.9%) for a career-high 380 yards, a TD and a passer rating of 103.4. He also rushed for 31 yards and a TD on nine carries.
• Murray’s 380 passing yards on Sunday represent the highest total for a Cardinals QB since Carson Palmer threw for 421 yards on 10/18/15 at Pittsburgh. It was the most passing yards by a Cardinals QB in a win since Palmer threw for 419 yards in a 27-14 victory at Jacksonville on 11/17/13.
• With his 380 passing yards on Sunday, Murray surpassed 5,000 career passing yards (5,021). Combined with his 840 career rushing yards, Murray now joins Cam Newton (5,205 passing yards; 915 rushing yards) as the only players in NFL history with 5,000+ passing yards and 800+ rushing yards in their first 21 career starts.
• Through five games, Murray has completed 128-of-181 pass attempts for 1,299 yards and 8 TDs, while also rushing for 296 yards and five TDs on 41 carries. He joins Cam Newton (2011) and Kordell Stewart (1997) as the only players in NFL history with at least five passing and five rushing TDs through the first five games of a season.

NFL History – Players w/ 5 Pass & 5 Rush TDs Thru 5 Games

Year Player (Team) Pass Rush
2020 Kyler Murray (AZ) 8 5
2011 Cam Newton (Car) 7 5
1997 Kordell Stewart (Pit) 7 6
• After throwing for a career-high 380 yards against the Jets on Sunday, Murray now has six career 300-yard outings. No other QB in franchise history had more than four games with 300+ passing yards in their first two NFL seasons.

Franchise Record – Games w/ 300+ Passing Yards in 1st 2 Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 6
2 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 4
3 Charley Johnson (1962-63) 3
4t Ryan Lindley (2012-14) 2
4t John Skelton (2011-12) 2
4t Timm Rosenbach (1989-90) 2
4t Jim Hart (1966-67) 2
Yesterday’s game was Murray’s fifth with both a passing and rushing TD, including his fourth such performance in five games this season. Only four players in franchise history had more games with both a passing and rushing TD in their career than Murray has in his first 21 career games.

Franchise Record – Games w/ Rush & Pass TD (Career)

Rnk Player (Years) Gms
1 Jim Hart (1966-83) 11
2 Ernie Nevers (1929-31) 8
3 Charley Johnson (1961-69) 7
4 Paul Christman (1945-49) 6
5t Kyler Murray (2019-20) 5
5t Jake Plummer (1997-02) 5
5t Charley Trippi (1947-55) 5
• Murray (4) joins Jim Hart (5 in 1968) as the only players in franchise history with at least four such games in a season.
• In just five games, Murray (5) has surpassed the number of rushing TDs he had in 16 games last season (4). Jim Hart (6 in 1968) is the only QB in franchise history who had more rushing TDs in a season than Murray has through five games in 2020.

Franchise Record – Rushing TDs by Quarterback (Season)

Rnk Player (Year) TDs Gms
1 Jim Hart (1968) 6 13
2t Kyler Murray (2020) 5 5
2t King Hill (1959) 5 11
2t Lamar McHan (1956) 5 12
5t Kyler Murray (2019) 4 16
5t Jake Plummer (1998) 4 16
5t Charley Trippi (1952) 4 11
5t Charley Trippi (1951) 4 12
5t Arnie Horween (1922) 4 11
• Murray’s 37-yard TD pass to DeAndre Hopkins in the fourth quarter was his 28th career TD pass. He now needs just five more to pass Jake Plummer (32) for the most in franchise history by a player in his first two seasons.

Franchise Record – TD Passes in 1st 2 NFL Seasons

Rnk Player (Years) TDs
1 Jake Plummer (1997-98) 32
2 Kyler Murray (2019-20) 28
3 Jim Hart (1966-67) 19
4 Paul Christman (1945-46) 18
5 Lamar McHan (1954-55) 17
On the Cardinals five scoring drives on Sunday, Murray completed 18-of-22 pass attempts (81.8%) for 290 yards and a TD while also rushing for 33 yards and a TD on five carries.

Murray Statistics on 5 Cardinals Scoring Drives

Drive Statistics
1. 4-4 for 41 yards; 1 rush for 16 yards
2. 3-5 for 57 yards; 3 rush for 15 yards and TD
3. 4-5 for 52 yards
4. 4-4 for 48 yards
5. 3-4 for 92 yards and a TD; 1 rush for 2 yards

FITZGERALD PLAYS IN 255TH CAREER GAME

• WR Larry Fitzgerald caught four passes for 35 yards against the Jets on Sunday while playing in his 255th career game. In NFL history, only eight players have appeared in more games with a single team. The only offensive players in NFL history to appear in more games with a single team are OL Bruce Matthews (296 w/Titans), QB Tom Brady (285 w/Patriots) and OL Jackie Slater (259 w/ Rams).

NFL Leaders - Games w/ Single Team (All-Time)

Rnk Player (Team) Games
1 K Jason Hanson (Det) 327
2 OL Bruce Matthews (Hou/Ten) 296
3 CB Darrell Green (Was) 295
4 QB Tom Brady (NE)* 285
5 DE Jim Marshall (Min) 270
6 K Sebastian Janikowski (Oak) 268
7 OL Jackie Slater (LAR) 259
8 LS David Binn (SD) 256
9t WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ)* 255
9t QB Brett Favre (GB) 255
9t TE Jason Witten (Dal)* 255
*Active Player
• The win over the Jets also represented Fitzgerald’s 89th consecutive start in a streak that dates back to 2014. That is the longest starting streak among active wide receivers and the sixth-longest active starting streak among offensive players in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – Consecutive Starts by Offensive Players (Active)

Rnk Player (Team) Starts
1 QB Philip Rivers (Ind) 229
2t T Mitchell Schwartz (KC) 133
2t QB Russell Wilson (Sea) 133
4 T Jake Matthews (Atl) 99
5 C Jason Kelce (Phi) 94
6 WR Larry Fitzgerald (AZ) 89
7 TE Kyle Rudolph (Min) 86
8t C Alex Mack (Atl) 85
8t T Morgan Moses (Was) 85
10 QB Dak Prescott (Dal) 69
• After catching four passes against the Jets, Fitzgerald now has at least one reception in 248 consecutive games, the second-longest streak in NFL history behind Jerry Rice (274 straight). Fitzgerald’s streak of 248 consecutive games with a catch is the longest in NFL history with a single team. Fitzgerald has at least one reception in 254 of 255 career games.

NFL Record - Consecutive Games with a Reception

Rnk Player (Years) Games Streak Dates Duration
1 Jerry Rice (1985-2004) 274 12/9/85 – 9/12/04 18 years, 8 months, 15 days
2 Larry Fitzgerald (2004-) 248 11/7/04 – 10/11/20 15 years, 11 months, 4 days
3 Tony Gonzalez (2000-2013) 211 12/4/00 – 12/29/13 13 years, 26 days
4 Marvin Harrison (1996-2008) 190 9/1/96 – 12/28/08 12 years, 3 months, 28 days
5 Hines Ward (1998-2010) 186 11/9/98 – 11/8/10 12 years
• Among active streaks, Fitzgerald’s run of 248 consecutive games with a reception is more than twice as long as the second-place total: Julio Jones (121 games).

EDMONDS WITH ANOTHER BIG PERFORMANCE AT METLIFE STADIUM

• After becoming just the sixth player in NFL history with three TD runs of 20+ yards in a single game in the Cardinals Week 7 victory over the Giants at MetLife Stadium last season, RB Chase Edmonds broke off yet another long TD run against the Jets on Sunday. The third-year back scored the first TD of the game on a 29-yard run in the first quarter.
• Combined with his three rushing TDs (20, 20 and 22 yards) against the Giants in Week 7 last season, Edmonds now has four TDs in two career games at MetLife Stadium. Edmonds has 6 TDs in 32 career games played away from MetLife Stadium.
• Edmonds’ 29-yard TD run in the first quarter on Sunday was his fifth career TD run of 20+ yards. Only three players in franchise history had more TD runs of 20+ yards in their career than Edmonds.

Franchise Record – TD Runs of 20+ Yards

Rnk Player (Years) TD
1 Ottis Anderson (1979-86) 7
2 Elmer Angsman (1946-52) 6
3 Ollie Matson (1952-58) 6
4t Chase Edmonds (2018-20) 5
4t John David Crow (1958-64) 5
4t Terry Metcalf (1973-77) 5
Edmonds five TD runs of 20+ yards over the last two seasons (2019-20) are the most in the NFL.

NFL Leaders – TD Runs of 20+ Yards (2019-20)

Rnk Player (Team) TD
1 Chase Edmonds (AZ) 5
2 Christian McCaffrey (Car) 4
3t Kyler Murray (AZ) 3
3t Saquon Barkley (NYG) 3
3t Nick Chubb (Cle) 3
3t Derrick Henry (Ten) 3
3t Lamar Jackson (Bal) 3
3t Aaron Jones (GB) 3
3t Raheem Mostert (SF) 3
• Edmonds finished Sunday’s game with 92 total scrimmage yards (56 receiving, 36 rushing) and a TD on eight touches. His 56 receiving yards set a career high.

GARDECK GETS TWO SACKS IN FIRST DEFENSIVE ACTION OF HIS CAREER

• Playing the first defensive snaps of his career, LB Dennis Gardeck – a special teams captain and standout who signed with the Cardinals as a rookie free agent out of the University of Sioux Falls in 2018 – recorded his first career sack when he took down Jets QB Joe Flacco for a nine-yard loss in the second quarter. It was Gardeck’s first sack since his senior year at Sioux Falls when he took down Augustana QB Gage McClanahan for a one-yard loss on 10/28/17.
• Gardeck added a second sack in the fourth quarter. With 2.0 sacks against the Jets, Gardeck now joins Chandler Jones (4x) and Terrell Suggs (1x) as the only Cardinals defenders in the last two seasons (2019-20) to record at least 2.0 sacks in a game.
• Gardeck finished with 2.0 sacks in just 10 defensive snaps against the Jets.

DRAKE SCORES AGAIN – NOW WITH 10 RUSHING TDS IN 13 GAMES WITH CARDINALS

• RB Kenyan Drake finished Sunday’s game with 60 rushing yards on 18 attempts and scored his second TD of the season on a one-yard run in the third quarter. It was Drake’s 10th rushing TD in 13 games played with Arizona. He now has nine rushing TDs in his last eight games.
• Drake has more rushing TDs in 13 games with Arizona (10) than he had in 54 games with Miami (9).
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2020.10.12 20:42 jonisantucho Oscar Watch - Post Venice/TIFF/NYFF Edition

Several months ago, right after the last Academy Awards, I posted a long, long, long list of possible contenders that had prospects to fight for the next Oscars. It was a time of hope, of looking forward, and of positivity.
Then, COVID-19 happened.
And now, we find ourselves in a year that may change the movie industry forever, with the lack of safety of theaters in times of a pandemic accelerating the switch of mainstream audiences to streaming and VOD. These are times where some people are beginning to wonder, even after they pushed the eligibility date for two more months, why the Academy doesn’t cancel next year’s Oscars. And in this rocky terrain, we lost many contenders. Fire up the Hunger Games cannons, because these are some casualties of the season (so far).
Launched to 2021: Annette, Benedetta, Deep Water, Dune, In the Heights, King Richard, Last Night in Soho, Memoria, Nightmare Alley, Passing, Red, White and Water, Raya and the Last Dragon, The Last Duel, The Power of the Dog, Tick, Tick… Boom!, West Side Story.
Unknown status / missing in action: After Yang, Blonde, Breaking News in Yuba County, C’mon C’mon, Next Goal Wins, Stillwater, The French Dispatch, The Humans, The Tragedy of Macbeth, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Those Who Wish Me Dead.
But even if this year isn’t as loaded with clear awards candidates, there are plenty of movies that are already drawing buzz for an Oscar season that started brewing a month ago, with the kickoff of the Venice Film Festival, and will go on for six and a half more months, when the Academy Awards take place on April 25, 2021. It’s gonna be a long, weird and rocky season, which is gonna be great to see in terms of the narratives that are coming up.
-Ammonite (trailer): When people were betting on the likelier contenders of this year, many people pointed in the direction of Francis Lee’s period drama, with previous Best Actress winner Kate Winslet and constant nominee Saoirse Ronan. Going into the premiere at Toronto, people had their eyes set in this queer romance between a paleontologist and a young wife in the coasts of England during the 19th century. But then, some things happened. First, Winslet started her promotion of the movie by talking about her regret for working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski that sounded unconvincing to the ominous Film Twitter. Then, another queer period drama, Mona Fastvold’s The World to Come, started to take the attention away at Venice. And finally, the movie premiered. The reaction? Cold. Critics came out mixed with the movie, with many of them comparing it negatively to last year’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and saying that it’s too dull and alienating. Does that mean that all is lost? Not exactly. While the movie (which, considering the genre, really needs critics' support to get into the Best Picture category) has been dismissed, the acting by Winslet and Ronan has been received positively. Now that so many other contenders have been dropping out of the year, they might get some room to campaign from a (social) distance.
-Another Round (trailer): Speaking of TIFF premieres, a film that had a better time at the Canadian festival was the reunion between director Thomas Vinterberg and star Mads Mikkelsen, who reunited years after making the stirring drama The Hunt (not the one with Betty Gilpin carrying a bad political satire, the one about a Danish teacher wrongly accused of sexual abuse). This time, the material is lighter, being a dramedy about four teachers who decide to test out a theory about how people can live and work a little better if they increase the level of alcohol in their blood. Critics really liked the way the movie dealt with alcoholism, and Toronto audiences made it a runner up for the People’s Choice Award of the festival. In a year without so much exposure from other festivals, this Cannes 2020 selection could make a candidate for the Best International Film category.
-Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (trailer): Surprise, new Borat film! While Sacha Baron Cohen made headlines several times this year because of stunts that people assumed were about a second season of Who is America?, the Internet was shocked when, in early September, it was confirmed that it was actually a very niiiiice return from the journalist character that made him famous, shot during quarantine. In a matter of weeks after the reveal, the sequel got sold to Amazon Prime and got a release date for October 23. Why so soon? Well, apparently the movie, which got him in trouble with Rudy Giuliani and other people, is about Borat taking his daughter on a road trip to give her as a bride to VP Mike Pence. Even if this movie doesn’t manage to achieve the feats of the 2006 movie (which got a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination, let’s remember), it will help Baron Cohen’s image a lot, because it will come a week after his big Oscar play.
-Cherry: While everybody knows them mostly because of their contributions to the MCU, directors Joe and Anthony Russo and actor Tom Holland are trying to branch out together. Now Apple has bought into their efforts, paying more than 40 million dollars to acquire their new crime drama, about the life of former Army medic Nico Walker, who started robbing banks after his days in Iraq left him with PTSD and a pill addiction. Will Holland manage this time to escape from the shadow of “oh, jeez, Mr. Stark” Spider-Man before Chaos Walking or the Uncharted movie come out? That’s a question for another day.
-Da 5 Bloods (trailer): Talk about timing. Merely days after the country was mobilized by the police brutality that continues to divide the United States, Spike Lee premiered his new war drama on Netflix. In a vibrant, disjointed but passionate portrait of four African American veterans who return to Vietnam to search for their fallen leader and some treasure, Lee struck gold yet again with his usual fans, even though the moving of the Oscar ceremony threatened to make it harder to remind Academy voters about this movie. However, with an astounding performance from Delroy Lindo (who is confirmed to be campaigned in the Best Actor category) and a supporting turn from Chadwick Boseman which got reframed with the news of his bravery in life and death, this has what it takes to fight for a spot in the Best Picture lineup.
-Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (trailer): When it became clear that quarantine wasn’t gonna be a breeze, the first movie in consideration wise enough to move a little further ahead in the calendar was this adaptation of the hit West End production about a gay British teenager who dreams of becoming a drag queen and get his family and schoolmates to accept his sexuality. With a release date on February 26, 20th Century Studios (man, it’s weird to not use Fox in that name) hopes to strike gold, with a cast that mixes young unknowns, familiar names (Sharon Horgan, Sarah Lancashire and my boy Ralph Ineson) and the previously nominated legend that is Richard E. Grant (who is playing a former drag queen named Loco Chanelle), now taking advantage of the move of other musicals like Annette, In The Heights and West Side Story. I mean, this has at the very least some Golden Globes nods in the bag.
-French Exit: Before its premiere as the closing film of the NYFF, many pundits were expecting this surreal comedy to be somewhat of a comeback for past Best Actress nominee Michelle Pfeiffer, who here plays a close to penniless widow who moves to Paris with her son (Lucas Hedges) and cat, who also happens to be her reincarnated husband (Tracy Letts). However, the first reactions for the film adaptation of the Patrick deWitt novel were all over the place, with some people feeling cold by the execution of the weirdness and others being won over. Still, everybody had good things to say about Michelle Pfeiffer’s performance, but after the mixed reception to the rest of Azazel Jacobs’ film she really would need a lot of critics support to get anywhere near the Best Actress category. With a release date on February 12, it seems that Sony Pictures Classics is skipping the critics awards, and the distributor has a couple of big competitors above this one.
-Good Joe Bell: Every year, there are movies with big stars that go to festivals full of hope for praises and awards. Some of them work and go on, others don’t and get forgotten about. Mark Wahlberg tried to remind people that he occasionally is a good actor with a true life drama where he plays a father who decides to walk across America to raise awareness about bullying after his son, tormented for being gay, commits suicide. The film by Reinaldo Marcus Green premiered at TIFF, and the reaction was… not great. Some critics defended it, but most saw it as a flawed, baity product starring a man with a history of hate. Still, it got bought by a distributor: Solstice Studios, a new player in the game which just released its first movie, Unhinged (yup, the one about Russell Crowe road raging). While they paid 20 million dollars for Good Joe Bell, it’s clear that this won’t get near the Oscar telecast.
-Hillbilly Elegy: While many movies this year have some level of anticipation, Film Twitter is bracing for this movie in the “is this gonna be the next Green Book?” way. Ron Howard’s adaptation of J.D. Vance’s memoir about his low income life in a poor rural community in Ohio has many fearing about the overuse of tropes involving what’s called white trash porn, but rarely, Netflix has kept silent about this release. Even though it has Oscar bridesmaids Glenn Close (7 nominations) and Amy Adams (6 nominations), the streamer has not even released a photo of the movie, which supposedly will come out in November. And if you want another bad omen, take a look at the lower levels of this list by a familiar voice.
-I’m Thinking of Ending Things (trailer): Speaking of Netflix, did you know that there is a new Charlie Kaufman there, right now? While his adaptation of the dark novel by Iain Reid, seemingly about a woman (Jessie Buckley) who is taken by her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to meet his parents (Toni Collette and David Thewlis), got the usual reception of confusion and praise that follows his movies, the release was followed for what befalls most of the Netflix original movies: a couple of days in the Top 10, and then it fell into the void. While Buckley and Plemons deliver great work in this demented, melancholic story, it’s hard to see this movie getting anything else than a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination for Charlie. And that’s a long shot.
-I’m Your Woman: Following the little seen but critically acclaimed Miss Stevens and Fast Color, Julia Hart started 2020 with a Disney+ adaptation of the YA book Stargirl, and now she follows it with a drama for Amazon that will have its world premiere as the opening film of the AFI fest on October 15. In this movie, Rachel Brosnahan hopes to translate her TV success with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the big screen, playing a woman in the ‘70s that has to go on the run with her kid due to her husband’s crimes.
-Judas and the Black Messiah (trailer): Even if this doesn’t end up winning any awards, it has a real shot at being the best trailer of 2020. Formerly titled Jesus Was My Homeboy, this biographical drama by Shaka King tells the tale of two men: Fred Hampton (Kaluuya), an activist and Black Panther leader, and William O’Neal (Stanfield), the FBI agent sent to infiltrate the party and arrest him. While the trailer for this movie promised a release “only in theaters”, we shall see if Warner Bros backs down from that fight.
-Let Them All Talk: While we’re on the subject of Warner Bros, we have to mention what’s happening with HBO Max. While the start of the streaming service hasn’t been good (I mean, there are still people confused about that name) and it lead to some people assume will cause many firings, it has begun to make some buzzed titles on TV, like Close Enough, Raised by Wolves and the remains of the DC Universe failed streaming service. Now, to make a mark in the movie business, the streamer has a new Steven Soderbergh movie, a comedy that stars Meryl Streep as a celebrated author that takes her friends (Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest) and her nephew (Lucas Hedges) in a cruise to find fun and come to terms with the past, while he flirts with a literary agent (Gemma Chan). While it doesn’t have a date yet, it’s confirmed to release in 2020, and at least we know that it can’t be worse than The Laundromat.
-Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: While the expectations for the next film adaptation of an August Wilson acclaimed play were already high, the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman made this Netflix release one of the most anticipated movies of the season, considering this is his final movie. While past Supporting Actress winner Viola Davis takes the lead playing blues singer Ma Rainey in this tale of a heated recording session with her bandmates, her agent and her producer in 1927, Chadwick Boseman has a turn as the trumpeter Levee that was already being considered for awards, and now has even more people waiting to see. The thing is that one of the biggest competitions for Boseman this year will be Boseman himself, for his already acclaimed supporting turn on Da 5 Bloods, also released by Netflix. While the streamer will have to decide which of Chadwick’s performances will get the bigger campaign, this film by director George C. Wolfe has a cushy date set for December 18, and Viola is gunning hard for this movie to win.
-Mank (trailer): As you may have noticed by now, Netflix has a lot of plates spinning around this season, and this is the big one. After befriending the service with House of Cards and Mindhunter, David Fincher is going black and white to tackle a script by his late father Jack, about the making of the classic of classics, Citizen Kane. More specifically, the making of the script, with previous Oscar winner Gary Oldman playing the lead role of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, while accompanied by Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins, Tuppence Middleton, Charles Dance and Tom Burke. After watching the first trailer of his satire of 1930’s Hollywood (that will release on streaming on December 4), it’s clear that this is gonna be catnip to old Academy voters, and it would be really hard for this to miss the Best Picture line up. Unless it’s a complete cinematic disaster, Mank is bank.
-Minari (trailer): While the last edition of Sundance took place in January, quarantine makes you feel like it took place two years ago. This year, the big winner of the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award in the US Dramatic Competition was a dramedy by Lee Isaac Chung, about a Korean family in the ‘80s who suddenly gets moved by their father (Steven Yeun) to Arkansas, to start a farm. Even though the reviews have been great, distributor A24 hasn’t really had a big, Oscar nominated hit for the last couple of years, and the COVID-19 crisis made them delay all their releases. But when we were ready to write this off, a new trailer for the movie came out, confirming that it’s in the game of this awards season. Maybe the pandemic will be of help to A24, considering that one of the reasons they haven’t had success is that they divided their attention into too many releases, and ended up getting not much. This time, they are betting all on Lee who, even if this doesn’t go anywhere, also has a new gig coming up as the director of the live action remake of Your Name.
-News of the World (sneak peek): So much of this year has felt like a game of chicken between a virus and movie studios. While many movies chose to skip this year altogether, Universal remains firm (for now) with its plans to open a wide movie on Christmas Day, with a Western that reunites Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks in an enticing premise. In this drama based on Paulette Jiles’ novel, Hanks plays a traveling newsreader in the aftermath of the American Civil War, who is tasked with reuniting an orphaned girl with her living relatives. While the first sneak peek of the movie looks promising, the future is still in the air.
-Nomadland (trailer): While the world burns around Hollywood, Searchlight is betting big on Chloe Zhao’s new film. Using the strategy of taking the spotlight while the rest of the contenders is uncertain about how or when to be released, the indie drama began its journey at Venice, with critics raving about the story of a woman (two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand) who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. At the end of the fest, the movie won the coveted Golden Lion. To put that into perspective, the last three winners of the award were past Best Picture nominees The Shape of Water, Roma and Joker, with The Shape of Water (also distributed by Searchlight) also winning the big prize. After drawing critical acclaim following its virtual showing on TIFF and NYFF, Nomadland seems like the first lock in the Best Picture line up. Still, there are obstacles ahead. Will Zhao break the disappointment of the last few years, when deserving candidates for Best Director got blocked by the likes of Adam McKay and Todd Phillips? And will McDormand manage to get near a third Oscar, following a recent win for Three Billboards in Ebbing, Missouri? Time will tell.
-On the Rocks (trailer): While she hasn’t been near the Oscars for a while, Sofia Coppola is still a name that draws attention. This time, she opened the NYFF with a dramedy about a young mother (Rashida Jones) who reunites with her playboy father (Bill Murray, also reuniting with Sofia after Lost in Translation) on an adventure through New York to find out if her husband (Marlon Wayans) is cheating on her. The consensus seems to be that, while light and not near her best work, it’s still a fun and breezy movie, with a very good turn by Murray. While many would assume that this A24 production will disappear into the abyss when it releases on Apple TV+ on October 23, the dropping out of many candidates gives the movie a chance to, at least, fight for some Golden Globes.
-One Night in Miami (sneak peek): Following her recent Oscar and Emmy wins for If Beale Street Could Talk and Watchmen, Regina King is still striking hard, and this time, she’s doing it as a director. For her big screen debut as a filmmaker, she chose to adapt Kemp Powers’ play that dramatizes a real meeting on February 25, 1964, when Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree) followed an iconic win with a hangout session with Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge). Opening at Venice, the film received glowing reviews, with many praising King (even though some said that the movie doesn’t fully translate the play to the film medium) and the actors’ performances, especially Ben-Adir and Odom Jr. (who, it should be said, also wrote an original song for the end credits of the movie, which could help his Oscar chances). Amazon Prime is hoping that this is their big contender this year, with plans of a theatrical release on Christmas and a streaming release on January 15. Judging by the praise this got at festival season, it has a chance to go a long way.
-Over the Moon (trailer): In a year with not that many contenders for Best Animated Feature, Netflix is betting on a musical adventure directed by the legendary Glen Keane, a classic Disney animator who recently won an Oscar for Best Animated Short for co-directing Dear Basketball. While our expectations were lowered by the first trailer for the movie, centered around a Chinese girl who builds a rocket ship and blasts off to the Moon in hopes of meeting a legendary Goddess, it’s still safe to assume that it has a shot at being nominated for something. Netflix also hopes that you like its big candidate for Best Original Song, which really, really sounds like a Disney ballad.
-Pieces of a Woman: While this year doesn’t have the amount of surprise contenders that a regular Oscar season usually has, we still have some movies that sneaked through festival season. The first one was the new, somber drama by Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó, known for the doggy uprising pic White God, and the not-so-well-received sci-fi Jupiter’s Moon. This time, we follow a woman (Vanessa Kirby) whose life is torn apart after a home birth at the hands of a flustered midwife (Molly Parker) ends in tragedy, and then leads to a court battle that also makes her confront her husband (Shia LaBeouf) and her domineering mother (Ellen Burstyn). While the movie had mixed reactions, Kirby had plenty of raves in her direction, particularly concerning her performance during a 25-minute birth sequence that is said to be brutal. That brutality paid off, though, because Kirby ended up winning Best Actress at Venice, and Netflix bought the movie, which also has Martin Scorsese as an executive producer. If the Academy wants to crown a new face in the scene, Kirby is the one who will be targeted, following her acclaimed turn in The Crown and her supporting roles in blockbusters like Mission Impossible: Fallout and Hobbs & Shaw.
-Promising Young Woman (trailer): When theaters started to close because of the pandemic, Universal started the push of their movies going straight to VOD, with titles including Trolls World Tour and Never Rarely Sometimes Always. However, there was a title that was supposed to premiere in April, and then suddenly disappeared from existence. It was the directorial debut of actress Emerald Fennell, who wrote a black comedy with touches of a thriller, centered on a woman in her thirties (Carey Mulligan) whose bright future was derailed by a traumatic event, and who’s now looking for revenge. While the reaction to its premiere at Sundance wasn’t enough to consider a Best Picture run, the twisted performance by Mulligan earned her the best praise since the last time she was nominated for an Oscar, a decade ago for An Education. Now, Focus Features is planning to open the movie at Christmas, and are positioning Carey for a run at Best Actress.
-Rebecca (trailer): When the news came out saying that Ben Wheatley would adapt Daphne du Maurier’s psychological thriller novel for Netflix, many were shocked. Some people considered the chance that this was an awards play by the cult director, who is doing the same work that earned Alfred Hitchcock his only Best Picture win. But seeing the trailer for this new version, with Lily James playing the newly married young woman who finds herself battling the shadow of her husband's (Armie Hammer) dead first wife Rebecca, we have to wonder if there’s a point to the existence of this remake. We will find out if there’s any awards chances for this movie on October 21, when it releases on streaming. Let’s hope that Kristin Scott Thomas has something to play with as Mrs. Danvers.
-Respect (trailer): Every year, there’s one or two actors who announce to the world “I want an Oscar” and campaign like their lives depended on it. Last time, it was Taron Egerton (accompanied by Elton John, who actually ended up winning another Oscar). This year, it is the turn of Jennifer Hudson, who is playing Aretha Franklin in a biopic directed by first timer Liesl Tommy, and who’s hoping that this attempt at awards ends up more like Dreamgirls than like Cats. She has been doing announcement trailers (a year in advance), quarantine tributes, award show tributes, and every possible thing to get the industry to notice that she’s playing Aretha. Hey, Rami Malek and Renee Zellweger did it in the last few years, why can’t she. With a release date of January 15, Hudson wants that gold.
-Soul (trailer): Disney may be the studio that suffered the biggest hit because of the pandemic. Their parks are a loss, most of their big productions had to stop because of quarantine, and theaters in many parts of the world are closed. After the failure of Tenet for Warner Bros. and the experiment of the mouse house of charging people 30 dollars to see Mulan (which didn’t work at all), many wondered if Disney was gonna delay the new production by Pixar, written and directed by Pete Docter, who brought Oscar gold to his home with Up and Inside Out. The movie, which centers on a teacher (Jamie Foxx) who dreams of becoming a jazz musician and, just as he’s about to get his big break, ends up getting into an accident that separates his soul from his body, had a lot of promise, but the speculation of lost money was also a concern. Finally, Disney decided to release the movie on Christmas, but only on Disney Plus, causing another failure for theaters, but assuring that Disney at least can get more subscribers to its streaming service. And the movie? Well, it just premiered at the London Film Festival, and the critics are saying it’s Pixar at its best, with praises going from the look, to the script by co-director Kemp Powers (who also wrote the play of One Night in Miami, so he has many chances for a nod), to the score by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste. That means that it’s already a top contender to win Best Animated Feature, and this may not be the only category in which the movie is gonna get nominated.
-Supernova (trailer): If there’s a theme this year in terms of Oscar contenders, it might be dementia. One of the examples of this is a small road movie directed by Hairy Macqueen, which premiered to good reviews at the San Sebastian festival. This drama centers on a trip taken by Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), partners for 20 years, who travel across England reuniting with friends and family, because Tusker was diagnosed with early onset dementia. While usually the big awards role is usually the one of the person who suffers the illnesses, some reviewers are calling Firth’s work as the supporting companion some of the best of his career. With Bleecker Street buying the rights for a US release, this is a little film that could still make some moves.
-Tenet (trailer): For the first five months of quarantine, the big narrative in the world of film was “Christopher Nolan is gonna save cinemas”. But after postponing the release of the mind bending actioner for months on end, creating big demands and expectations to theater owners, and finally releasing as the sacrificial lamb of Hollywood, Warner Bros ended up seeing the opposite effect. Even though Tom Cruise loved to be back at the movies, critics didn’t share enough excitement to make a spy movie that goes backwards worth the possibility of dying of coronavirus. The audiences didn’t show up as much, and those who did attend, mostly complained about the sound mixing and the plot. After all the sacrifice, it’s highly unlikely that Tenet goes beyond technical awards. Let’s start the “Travis Scott for Best Original Song” campaign now, before it’s too late.
-The Boys in the Band (trailer): The Ryan Murphy blank check for Netflix has been interesting to follow. On the one hand, we have his new TV shows, which go from not existing (The Politician), to alternate movie history that doesn’t know how alternate history works (Hollywood), to a challenge of how much TV will you stomach if Sarah Paulson and other middle aged actresses are campy in it (Ratched). And now, we are seeing his producing hand over the movie side, which starts with the new film adaptation of the cult play from 1968, which was already a movie in 1970 and recently jumped to Broadway in 2018. The cast from the recent Broadway production (which includes Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells) stars in Joe Mantello’s movie, telling the story of a group of gay friends in pre-Stonewall New York who reunite for a birthday party and end up revealing a lot of open wounds. While this movie got good reviews from critics, it kinda disappeared without a sound after beginning to stream on Netflix at the end of September. Unless the service wants to campaign for Golden Globes, this film is lost in the algorithm.
-The Devil All the Time (trailer): Another September release on Netflix was the new psychological thriller by Antonio Campos (Simon Killer, Christine) who didn’t manage to continue his streak of intense and terrifying character dramas with his messy adaptation of the dark novel by Donald Ray Pollock. Wasting a cast that includes Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Bill Skarsgard, Jason Clarke and Riley Keough, this twisted period piece managed to stay for a while in the Top 10, but the reactions from critics were mixed, and audiences were busy asking what was happening with Pattinson’s Southern accent (which with The King makes two years in a row, baby). The many prognosticators who had hopes for an awards play moved on a while ago.
-The Father (trailer): It’s safe to say at this point that Anthony Hopkins is a lock for a Best Actor nomination at the next Oscars. After its premiere in Sundance, every prognosticator pointed in his direction, and for the next few months he swept praise for his harrowing portrayal of an old man grappling with his age as he develops dementia, causing pain to his beleaguered daughter (recent winner Olivia Colman, who also got praised). Sony Pictures Classics will make Florian Zeller’s adaptation of his acclaimed play its big contender of the season, using Hopkins (who this year got a nom for The Two Popes) as a starter to also get Colman, Zeller and the movie nominated.
-The Human Voice (trailer): And speaking of Sony Pictures Classics, it’s almost safe to say that they have another Oscar in the bag this year. That’s because they just bought Pedro Almodóvar’s short film, his English-speaking debut that is an adaptation of the play by Jean Cocteau. In his version (that was acclaimed by critics after premiering in Venice), Tilda Swinton plays the woman waiting at the end of a phone, expecting to hear from his ex-lover who abandoned her. Considering how the competition for Best Live Action Short Film has become somewhat lacking in the last few years (I mean, have you seen Skin), this should be an easy award to win, especially considering how beloved Almodóvar is in the Academy, which nominated him this year for the great Pain and Glory.
-The Life Ahead: While we’re talking about legends, it’s time to talk about Sophia Loren. 16 years after her last leading role in a movie, the Italian icon returns with a drama that was bought by Netflix, who plans to campaign for her as Best Actress and for the movie in the Best International Film category. Directed by Edoardo Ponti (who is also Sophia’s son), this movie centers on a Holocaust survivor who takes in a 12-year-old boy who recently robbed her, in a contemporary adaptation of Romain Gary’s novel The Life Before Us. Netflix has set a date for November 13 to release this movie, and the campaign seems to be about the narrative of seeing Loren winning another Oscar 60 years after she won her first one for Two Women, by Vittorio De Sica.
-The Midnight Sky: Based on the novel Good Morning, Midnight, this collaboration between George Clooney and Netflix is once again making us ask one thing. Are we gonna get the director Clooney of Good Night and Good Luck, or are we gonna get the director Clooney of Leatherheads, The Ides of March, The Monuments Men and Suburbicon? Let’s hope he breaks his streak of blandness with this sci-fi story, which makes us think a little bit of Gravity: A lonely scientist in the Arctic (Clooney) races to stop a group of astronauts led by Felicity Jones from returning to a devastated Earth. With a release set for December, we have to hope that this is more than some Top 10 filler that will evaporate from existence in a week’s time.
-The Prom: In probably the biggest blank check of the Ryan Murphy deal with Netflix, this musical he’ll direct is based on the Tony-nominated show about a group of Broadway losers (Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells and James “boo” Corden) who try to find a viral story to get back in the spotlight, and end up going to a town in Indiana to help a lesbian high school student who has been banned from bringing her girlfriend to the prom. While it’s clear that this December 11 release is gonna sweep the Golden Globes, the emptiness of this year compared to others could clear the way for some Oscar nominations, including Meryl and the obligatory original song added to a preexisting musical for easy clout.
-The Trial of the Chicago 7 (trailer): When it was announced that Paramount was selling Aaron Sorkin’s new movie to Netflix, some people saw it as a studio dumping a failed awards vehicle to be forgotten. However, the excuse that Sorkin wanted to release this movie before the US presidential elections seems to be true, because critics really enjoyed his old school courtroom drama, centered around the trial on counter cultural activists in the late ‘60s. Everybody praised uniformly the huge cast, that includes Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Strong, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Frank Langella, William Hurt, Michael Keaton and Mark Rylance, which guarantees a SAG awards nomination (but makes it difficult to decide which actors will actually get nominated for Oscars). With a reaction that brings to mind the days of A Few Good Men and is the best reception he got since his Oscar winning script for The Social Network, the film faces a couple of hurdles. First of all, it got positioned as the frontrunner in the Best Picture race by some people, which instantly puts a target on its back. Then, we have to consider that the movie releases on Netflix this Friday, October 16, which makes it the first big contender this year to face the world, and which in these times of lockdown will probably make the reception to Marriage Story and The Irishman from last year look like a walk in the park. I mean, there are some people who aren’t swayed by Sorkin, and for good reason.
-The United States vs. Billie Holiday: While Paramount was quick to hand The Trial of the Chicago 7 to Netflix, there’s another movie that the studio kept to play in the upcoming awards season. This biographical drama follows the life of another famous musician, Billie Holiday (Andra Day), and we see the journey of her career in jazz as she is targeted by the Federal Department of Narcotics with an undercover sting operation led by Federal Agent Jimmy Fletcher (Trevante Rhodes), with whom she had a tumultuous affair. While the movie counts with a screenplay credit by Pulitzer winner Suzan-Lori Parks, the big question mark is the film’s director, Lee Daniels, who hit it big with Precious and then had results that were disastrous (The Paperboy) or financially successful, but not awards-wise (Lee Daniels’ The Butler). However, Paramount trusts in this movie, and with a release date on February 12, they want to make a splash.
-Wolfwalkers (trailer): While the attempts by Apple TV+ to establish themselves as a player in the TV world go from trainwrecks (See) to forgettable (The Morning Show) to eventually great (see Ted Lasso, everybody, this is not a joke), their plans to make a name in the film business have something to do with this year’s Oscars. While Cherry can come or go, they have a solid contender for the Best Feature Documentary with Boys State, but their big dog this year is the new movie by Cartoon Saloon, an Irish studio responsible for the acclaimed The Secret of Kells, The Song of the Sea, and The Breadwinner, all of which were nominated for Best Animated Feature. This time, Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart direct a story about a young apprentice hunter who journeys with her father to Ireland to help wipe out the last wolf pack. But everything changes when she befriends a free-spirited girl from a mysterious tribe rumored to transform into wolves by night. After getting critically acclaimed following its premiere at TIFF, this is a surefire contender for this year’s Best Animated Feature category, and Apple is gonna parade it before its streaming release on December 11. Also, while you watch that, you could watch a couple of episodes of Ted Lasso, too. It’s a really good show, it’s all I’m saying.
Anyways, that’s all the news from the last few months of festivals. No matter what happens next, this is gonna be a long, long, long race.
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2020.10.12 18:59 FGMachine Opening dialogue with TBM spouses or other family that does not understand why you are leaving. TLDR: just read the first two paragraphs. Everything that follows is supplemental.

Regularly I see that there are posts wondering how to open dialogue with a spouse or other family or friends. How to tell others you are out. How to respond in a way that is both respectful but clear that you are not coming back.
You cannot cram information down someone's throat. They will only dig in. You can ask sincere questions which hopefully will get them thinking. TBM's are so scared of being carefully led to hell by Satan that they will ignore a mountain of evidence. They will justify a thousand contradictions to hold onto faith. Often times, they don't even know there is a problem, because they have never looked outside correlated material. They get a simple answer like Solomon's Temple reconciling freemasonry and the endowment and look no further. Here are the questions that I have compiled so far. I have tried to work in a logical progression. This is a work in progress and is also open to critique and suggestions.
THE QUESTIONS:
How many times is acceptable to have to apologize for incorrect doctrine and policies in a church that is led by God? How many times will you give a pass for the prophet getting it wrong? How do you reconcile that what was doctrine and eternal under one prophet can become a changeable well meaning opinion under another?
The Church has admitted that the prophets are only men and at times they have gotten it wrong. What times are those exactly? Has The Church ever acknowledged those times it got it wrong or made a mistake? Do you believe the church should apologize for those times it was wrong?
Why is the church generally behind on policies regarding social change? Women working outside the home? Polygamy? Interracial marriage? Segregation? Slavery? Blacks and the priesthood? If The Church eventually accepts social change do you believe The Church should be ahead of and pushing for social change? Can you name a time that they were ahead of society and not entrenched against it?
Throughout its existence has the church been consistent on how doctrine is defined and clarified? If the prophet can be later disavowed, how do we know in real time if the prophet is speaking as a man or as the prophet?
How do you reconcile that what was taught by one prophet can be disavowed by the next? What does that mean as far as our obligation to follow the current prophet?
Where is the revelation proscribing alcohol, tobacco, coffee and tea? How do you reconcile that the church voted in as binding, what D&C 89 specifically states is not by command?
Jesus Christ drank wine. He changed water into wine. Did Jesus Christ live a perfect life? Would it be JUST that God could hold us to a higher standard than perfection?
Look up the history of freemasonry. It began in 14th century c.e. At the earliest even through legend possibly ~945 c.e. How do you reconcile that the, grips, signs and tokens of the holy priesthood are found verbatim in ceremonial freemasonry, including the punishments?
Do you believe there was an apostasy? Do you believe that the passwords to heaven could be found in completeness and perfection in a secular organization inspite of the apostasy and inspite of each endowed person taking an oath not to reveal them?
Do you believe that the Book of Mormon (BOM) was saved up to come forth in the latter days to clarify doctrine lost from corruption of the Bible?
How do you reconcile that the need for endowment as a saving ordinance is not found in the BOM?
How do you reconcile that the doctrine of Celestial Glory and the other degrees of glory are found nowhere in the BOM? Do you believe the BOM contains the fulness of the gospel? (see Introduction in the BOM)
Is Jesus Christ God? (Read your scriptures, he is not A GOD, he is God) Does he have all knowledge, power, priesthood, and authority? How is having his presence in the Terrestrial Kingdom any different than knowing the Father in the Celestial? How do we get to the Father? If Christ judges us worthy for His presence, then how are we not also worthy of the Father?
Biblical scholars agree that the book of Matthew was written in about 85 c.e. How do you reconcile that the sermon on the mount is found nearly verbatim in the BOM? Do you believe that Matthew recorded it verbatim 50 years after it was delivered by Jesus Christ?
How do you reconcile that later writings of Isaiah, dated after Lehi left Jerusalem, are quoted by Nephi?
How do you reconcile that Nephi built a trans-oceanic vessel in about a year? Rope? Sails? A loom? A dry dock? And clearly having to do all the footwork even to the point of the mining of ore to make tools?
How do you reconcile Joseph Smith's revelation of Zelph the white lamanite warrior as correlated by 7 journals of members of Zions Camp and its significance in defining BOM geography?
How do you reconcile that DNA testing finds that the American Indian relates to Asian heritage and not Jewish heritage?
Is there any prophecy contained in the BOM that has come true after the book was published? How do you have faith in and reconcile that the prophecy contained in the BOM could merely be backdated prophecy?
How was the BOM translated? In only recent years has the church accepted Joseph's seer stone in a hat as a viable means of translation. How do you reconcile that this same seer stone was used to unsuccessfully find buried treasure even to the point of being convicted of fraud?
How do you reconcile who "The Eternal God" is, as found in the title page of the BOM and in 1 Nephi 12:18?
The above is just one example of modalism as taught in the BOM. How do you reconcile all the confusion about which Godly being is referenced at anytime throughout the BOM. How do you reconcile that the church edited out the worst offenders of modalism in subsequent editions of the BOM and removed the Lectures on Faith (see lecture 5) from its standard works?
Considering the evidence of Joseph Smith's modalistic view of the trinity found in the BOM and Lectures on Faith, how do you reconcile the 1832 account of the first vision, which only mentions the visitation of Jesus Christ?
How do you reconcile that seeing God the Father himself would not be noteworthy enough to include in the 1832 account of the first vision, especially when much of the verbiage is plagiarized from Norris Stearns account?
https://www.ldsliving.com/3-Ways-the-Restoration-Actually-Started-Before-the-Sacred-Grove/s/83205
The above article is the church getting ahead of the narrative. Now they admit that many people in Joseph Smith's day saw God and/or Jesus Christ. How do you reconcile that all these men who are not part of the founding of The Church could share their experiences, yet the prophet today cannot share whether he has seen God and/or Jesus Christ?
How do you reconcile that the church was without leadership for 3½ years after the death of Brigham Young, for over 3 years following the death of John Taylor, and for nearly 2 years following the death of Wilford Woodruff?
How do you reconcile that Christ waited so long between each church president to define who should next hold all the keys of the priesthood until finally he appeared to Lorenzo Snow? If the matter was going to require a personal visitation why did he not appear to the twelve upon the death of Joseph Smith? Or Brigham Young? Or John Taylor?
How do you reconcile that new revelation in 2018 reversed the 2015 baptism ban which was also done by revelation? Was Monson mistaken or Nelson mistaken or was it God that lacked forethought?
How do you reconcile that the visitation of Peter, James, and John to restore the priesthood is not found in the Book of Commandments?
Do you accept Modus Tollens as a valid rule of logic?
In the gospel topics essays The Church admits that the text in the Book of Abraham does not match with the papyrus fragments in possession. LDS and non LDS scholars agree that the facsimiles are funerary text. If these are not what Joseph Smith said they are then by Modus Tollens is Joseph Smith a prophet?
Bruce R. McConkie confessed in a letter to Eugene England that Brigham Young did in fact teach that Adam was God our Father and the only God with whom we have to do. Brigham Young taught what has become known as the Adam/God theory his entire presidency. If the very prophet of God can be wrong on the very nature of God what chance do we have to determine truth? Do you feel this calls into question the line of communication God has with his prophet?
Do you believe God wants you to know truth? Do you believe that God would want you in a church that does not allow for questions or open discussion? Do you believe a just God would allow you to be deceived by Satan if you sincerely seek truth? Do you believe that you could not discern truth if you looked at what The Church labels "anti-mormon" material? Do you believe knowledge destroys agency? In determining truth, do you believe hard facts trumps elevation emotion?
Are you aware that anti-mormon material is legitimate documents that were produced by the church? No one is asking you to look at documents full of lies. We are asking you to look at The Church's own history and documents. Never has The Church denied the existence or validity of these documents.
Is there only one covenant path to God? With so much evidence against the truth claims of The Church, would God be just in requiring belief against the evidence?
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2020.10.12 15:39 pepperpavlov 1989 and 2019 compared

I know lots of us have the experience of a well-meaning older person suggesting names like "Heather" or "Erica" for our little ones, without understanding why those names might be unappealing to Millennials. So with that in mind, I put together some lists.
Here are the names that appear in 2019 top 100, but not at all on the 1989 top 1000 -- that is, the modern common names that might sound the most unusual to an older person who hasn't been exposed to contemporary name trends, and the most likely to be mistaken for "unique" by a non-name nerd.
Boys Girls
Aiden Aaliyah
Asher Addison
Declan Adeline
Easton Aria
Greyson Arya
Hudson Bella
Jaxon Brooklyn
Jaxson Camila
Jayden Delilah
Kayden Eliana
Luca Ella
Mateo Ellie
Maverick Emery
Emilia
Everly
Harper
Hazel
Isabella
Isla
Kennedy
Kinsley
Layla
Luna
Nevaeh
Nova
Mila
Paisley
Penelope
Peyton
Piper
Quinn
Riley
Rylee
Scarlett
Serenity
Skylar
Stella
Valentina
Violet
Willow
Zoey
The following names were in the top 100 in both years, that is, the names that both a modern name nerd/parent and an older non-name nerd might both agree are "classic."
Boys Girls
Aaron Abigail
Adam Allison
Adrian Anna
Alexander Elizabeth
Andrew Emily
Anthony Hannah
Austin Julia
Benjamin Leah
Caleb Natalie
Cameron Samantha
Charles Sarah
Christian Victoria
Christopher
Daniel
David
Ethan
Evan
Ian
Jacob
James
John
Jonathan
Jordan
Jose
Joseph
Joshua
Matthew
Michael
Nathan
Nicholas
Robert
Ryan
Samuel
Thomas
Wesley
William
Below are all the names that were on the top 1000 list in 1989, but not in 2019. It's crazy how names can change so much in one generation! Names in bold were in the top 100 in 1989, which are the names likely to sound common and normal to an older non-name nerd, but dated and unappealing to a young parent or name nerd.
Boys Girls
Addison Abbey
Adolfo Abbie
Agustin Adrian
Akeem Adrianne
Alexandro Adrienne
Alphonso Aimee
Alton Aja
Andrea Alecia
Andreas Alesha
Antione Alex
Antoine Alexandrea
Anton Ali
Antony Alisa
Antwan Alisha
Antwon Alissa
Aric Allyssa
Armand Alycia
Arnold Alyse
Arron Alysha
Arsenio Alysia
Ashley Amie
Aubrey Anabel
Austen Andria
Barry Angelia
Benito Angelique
Bennie Anita
Benny Anjelica
Bernard Annette
Bernardo Annmarie
Bill Antionette
Blair Antoinette
Brad Antonia
Bradford Araceli
Bradly Arlene
Brandan Asha
Branden Ashanti
Brandin Ashely
Brandt Ashlee
Brandyn Ashleigh
Brant Ashli
Brenden Ashlie
Brendon Ashly
Brennen Ashton
Brent Asia
Brenton Audra
Bret Audriana
Brice Audrianna
Britton Beatriz
Broderick Becky
Bryon Belinda
Cale Bernadette
Camron Beth
Carey Betsy
Carlo Betty
Carlton Beverly
Cary Billie
Cassidy Blanca
Cecil Bobbi
Cedric Bobbie
Cedrick Brandee
Chad Brandi
Chadd Brandie
Chadwick Brandy
Channing Breana
Chauncey Breann
Chaz Breanna
Chester Breanne
Clarence Bree
Claude Brenda
Cleveland Brenna
Clifford Brianne
Clifton Bridgett
Clint Bridgette
Clinton Brigitte
Coby Britany
Codey Britney
Coleman Britni
Cordell Britny
Cordero Brittaney
Cornelius Brittani
Cornell Brittanie
Cortez Brittnay
Cortney Brittnee
Coty Brittney
Courtney Brittni
Craig Brittnie
Cristobal Brittny
Cristopher Brook
Dale Bryanna
Damion Candace
Dan Candice
Dana Candy
Dandre Caitlin
Daquan Caitlyn
Daren Cara
Darien Cari
Darin Carina
Darion Carissa
Darnell Carla
Daron Carley
Darrel Carlie
Darrell Carol
Darrick Carrie
Darrin Casandra
Darrius Casie
Darron Cassie
Darryl Cassondra
Daryl Cathy
Dashawn Catrina
Dave Cayla
Davin Cecily
Davon Celina
Deangelo Chandra
Dejuan Chanelle
Demarco Chantal
Demarcus Chantel
Demario Chantelle
Denis Charity
Denny Charlene
Deon Charmaine
Deonte Chasity
Dereck Chastity
Deric Chelsey
Derick Chelsi
Derik Chelsie
Deron Cherelle
Derrek Cheri
Derrell Cherie
Deshawn Cherish
Devan Cheryl
Deven Chiquita
Dewayne Christa
Dimitri Christen
Dionte Christi
Dirk Christian
Dion Christiana
Domingo Christie
Dominique Christin
Dominque Christy
Don Chrystal
Donavan Ciara
Donnell Ciera
Donnie Cierra
Donta Cindy
Dontae Claudia
Donte Cody
Duane Colleen
Duncan Connie
Dusty Constance
Dwayne Corey
Dwight Cori
Earl Corina
Earnest Corrine
Eddy Cortney
Efrain Cory
Edgardo Courtney
Edmond Cristal
Edmund Cristina
Edwardo Danica
Efren Danika
Elmer Danyelle
Elvin Dara
Elvis Darlene
Erich Darcy
Erin Dawn
Ervin Dayna
Erwin Deana
Estevan Deanna
Federico Debbie
Fidel Debra
Floyd Deidra
Francesco Deidre
Frankie Deirdre
Fred Deja
Freddie Delia
Freddy Demetria
Fredrick Dena
Galen Denise
Garret Desirae
Garrick Desiree
Garrison Destinee
Garry Devin
Gene Devon
Geoffrey Diamond
Gerard Diane
German Dianna
Glen Dina
Glenn Dolores
Gilbert Dominique
Gilberto Dominque
Gino Domonique
Gonzalo Donna
Greg Dora
Gregg Doris
Gregorio Eboni
Guadalupe Ebony
Guy Edna
Hakeem Elisha
Hans Elissa
Herbert Elizabet
Heriberto Emilie
Herman Erica
Horace Ericka
Humberto Eunice
Irvin Fabiola
Irving Felicia
Isiah Felisha
Isidro Geneva
Jackie Georgina
Jacques Geraldine
Jamaal Gina
Jamar Gillian
Jamarcus Ginger
Jamel Gladys
Jamil Glenda
Jaquan Graciela
Jaren Gretchen
Jarod Griselda
Jarred Heather
Jarrell Hilary
Jarrett Hillary
Jarrod Holli
Jarvis Hollie
Javon Irma
Jean Ivette
Jed Jackie
Jeff Jacklyn
Jerad Jaclyn
Jerald Jacquelyn
Jeramy Jaime
Jered Jaimie
Jerel Jaleesa
Jeremey Jalisa
Jeremie Jami
Jermey Jamila
Jerod Jana
Jeromy Janae
Jaron Janay
Jerrell Janel
Jerrod Janell
Jess Janessa
Jessie Janet
Jessy Janette
Jim Janice
Jimmie Janie
Jody Janine
Joesph Janna
Johnathon Jaqueline
Johnnie Jasmin
Jonathon Jayme
Jordon Jean
Jory Jeanette
Josef Jeanne
Josh Jeannette
Joshuah Jeannie
Jovan Jena
Justen Jenifer
Kadeem Jennie
Kalvin Jenny
Karl Jerica
Kasey Jerrica
Kegan Jesica
Kelby Jesse
Kelly Jessi
Kelsey Jessika
Ken Jill
Kendal Joan
Kendall Joana
Kendell Joann
Kent Joanne
Kenton Jodi
Keon Jodie
Kerry Jody
Keven Johnna
Khiry Joni
Kirby Juana
Kirk Juanita
Kolby Judy
Korey Julianne
Kory Justina
Kristofer Justine
Kurt Kacey
Kurtis Kaci
Kwame Kacie
Ladarius Kacy
Lamar Kaela
Lamont Kaila
Laron Kaitlin
Laurence Kaitlynn
Leslie Kala
Lester Kaleigh
Lloyd Kaley
Lonnie Kalyn
Loren Kandace
Luther Kandice
Lyndon Kari
Mackenzie Karin
Madison Karissa
Malcom Karli
Marion Karly
Markus Kasandra
Marlin Kasey
Marques Kasie
Marquez Kassandra
Marquise Kassie
Martell Katelin
Martez Katelynn
Marty Katharine
Micheal Katherin
Michel Katheryn
Mickey Kathrine
Mike Kathy
Mikel Kati
Milton Katlin
Mitchel Katlyn
Montrell Katrina
Morris Katy
Mychal Kaycee
Myron Kaylyn
Najee Keely
Nathanial Keisha
Neal Kelley
Nestor Kelli
Nick Kellie
Nickolas Kelsea
Nigel Kelsi
Nikko Kelsie
Norman Kenya
Octavio Keri
Osvaldo Kerri
Paris Kerry
Perry Keshia
Pete Kia
Pierre Kierra
Quinten Kiersten
Quintin Kirsten
Raheem Kiley
Rakeem Kim
Ralph Kimberlee
Ramiro Kimberley
Randal Kristen
Randall Kirstie
Randolph Kirstin
Rashaad Kortney
Rashad Kourtney
Rashawn Krista
Raymundo Kristal
Reynaldo Kristan
Rico Kristi
Rick Kristian
Rickey Kristie
Rigoberto Kristin
Roderick Kristina
Rodolfo Kristine
Robbie Krystal
Robby Kristy
Rodrick Kristyn
Rogelio Krysta
Rolando Krysten
Ron Krystin
Roosevelt Krystina
Ross Krystle
Rudolph Kyle
Rusty Laci
Ryne Lacie
Sammy Lacy
Schuyler Lakeisha
Scotty Lakesha
Shannon Lakeshia
Shaun Lakisha
Shay Laquita
Shayne Lashonda
Shea Larissa
Shelby Latasha
Sheldon Latisha
Shelton Latosha
Sherman Latonya
Sidney Latoya
Skylar Latrice
Spenser Laurie
Stacey Leandra
Stacy Leann
Stephan Leanne
Stephon Leeann
Steve Leigh
Stevie Lesley
Stewart Leticia
Stuart Lindsay
Sylvester Lisette
Tad Lissette
Taryn Liza
Ted Lizbeth
Teddy Lizeth
Terence Lizette
Terrell Lora
Terrence Loren
Theron Lorena
Timmy Loretta
Todd Lori
Tom Lorraine
Tommie Lourdes
Torrey Lyndsay
Tory Lyndsey
Tracy Lynette
Travon Lynn
Trever Lynsey
Trevon Maegan
Tylor Magan
Tyree Magen
Tyrel Mai
Tyrell Maira
Tyron Mandi
Tyrone Mandy
Ulysses Maranda
Vaughn Marcia
Vernon Marcella
Vince Margarita
Virgil Mari
Wendell Marian
Wilfredo Marianne
Willard Maribel
Willie Maricela
Willis Mariel
Zachery Marisa
Zackary Marisela
Zackery Marisol
Maritza
Marjorie
Marla
Marlena
Marlene
Marquita
Marsha
Martika
Martina
Maryann
Maura
Maureen
Mayra
Meagan
Meaghan
Melinda
Melisa
Mercedes
Micaela
Michele
Mindy
Misty
Mollie
Monika
Monique
Moriah
Nadine
Nichole
Nicolette
Nikita
Nikki
Nikole
Noel
Norma
Olga
Pamela
Patrice
Pauline
Peggy
Perla
Phylicia
Porsha
Portia
Precious
Rachael
Racheal
Rachelle
Rebeca
Randi
Rena
Renae
Rhiannon
Rhonda
Richelle
Rikki
Rita
Roberta
Robyn
Rochelle
Rocio
Rosalinda
Rosanna
Roxana
Roxanna
Roxanne
Sade
Salina
Sally
Samatha
Sandy
Selina
Shaina
Shakira
Shameka
Shamika
Shana
Shanae
Shanelle
Shanice
Shanika
Shaniqua
Shanna
Shannon
Shante
Shantel
Shantell
Shari
Sharon
Shauna
Shawna
Shayla
Shayna
Shea
Sheena
Sheila
Shelley
Shelly
Sheri
Sherri
Sherry
Shirley
Silvia
Sonia
Sonja
Sonya
Staci
Stacie
Stacy
Stefani
Stefanie
Stephani
Stephany
Susan
Susana
Susanna
Suzanne
Tabatha
Tabitha
Tameka
Tamika
Tammy
Tanesha
Tania
Tanisha
Tanya
Tara
Tarah
Tasha
Tawny
Tayler
Tera
Teri
Terra
Terri
Tess
Theresa
Tia
Tianna
Tiara
Tiera
Tierra
Tiffani
Tiffanie
Tina
Toni
Tonya
Tosha
Tracey
Traci
Tracie
Tracy
Tricia
Trina
Trisha
Trista
Tyler
Valarie
Valencia
Vicky
Wanda
Wendy
Yadira
Yajaira
Yasmine
Yesenia
Yessenia
Yolanda
Yvette
Yvonne
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