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Daily Leaderboard Log/Statistics for Saturday, October 31, 2020

2020.10.31 20:58 TagProLeaderboards Daily Leaderboard Log/Statistics for Saturday, October 31, 2020

# Name Points Time Win% G W L Pup% Save% Tags Popped Grabs Caps Hold Prevent Returns Support DCs
1 SluffAndRuff 1268 04:29:21 75% 58 44 14 14% 0 420 400 378 52 00:53:13 00:37:47 359 1019 0
2 steeze. 1261 05:04:51 56% 70 38 23 12% 0% 445 369 340 39 00:50:08 01:04:19 362 1345 6
3 liu kang 1185 04:18:55 70% 55 39 10 15% 100% 363 306 293 33 00:42:37 00:49:23 299 884 6
4 Aspen 1050 04:02:06 46% 65 30 20 13% 50% 371 390 359 37 00:41:36 00:39:11 316 1114 14
5 4piR2 1008 04:02:54 56% 50 28 20 9% 0 270 334 273 33 00:32:31 00:40:24 217 993 2
6 (420) 997 04:27:09 48% 59 28 23 3% 0% 261 415 337 27 00:37:03 00:44:19 226 1087 7
7 icePlatypus 914 04:02:22 40% 52 20 30 8% 33% 260 361 308 21 00:32:52 00:48:31 223 1253 0
8 POORSTACY 879 03:17:27 65% 40 26 13 9% 100% 346 276 250 32 00:27:35 00:46:18 305 869 1
9 poof 839 03:12:41 64% 39 25 13 5% 100% 288 342 320 42 00:36:38 00:31:49 264 914 1
10 Avatar 817 03:27:58 42% 42 18 23 7% 0 251 351 330 33 00:44:37 00:35:17 211 646 1
11 Jugular 791 02:51:50 71% 35 25 10 14% 0 220 242 227 26 00:30:07 00:35:01 170 740 0
12 Nobody12345 767 03:01:36 65% 40 26 13 11% 100% 224 297 271 32 00:30:33 00:38:31 181 778 1
13 spoOk 744 02:43:30 80% 36 29 7 11% 100% 218 206 223 41 00:37:33 00:26:20 195 659 0
14 Saitama 744 02:39:44 72% 37 26 9 9% 75% 255 224 171 25 00:23:07 00:26:03 223 466 1
15 riotgrrrl 710 03:03:06 40% 37 15 19 9% 0 196 189 154 12 00:17:18 00:53:15 169 822 3
16 Dayman 708 02:59:11 52% 46 23 21 7% 0% 223 268 223 21 00:25:43 00:30:42 191 718 0
17 Deez Cashews 708 02:56:53 44% 35 15 19 11% 0% 276 307 256 17 00:31:58 00:29:56 229 800 0
18 lim 689 02:35:05 60% 32 18 12 9% 0% 228 224 187 18 00:23:12 00:26:39 195 616 0
19 corpse 688 02:40:37 58% 34 20 13 11% 0 234 219 183 15 00:18:43 00:33:27 200 944 1
20 felixworks 683 02:39:24 65% 35 23 12 7% 0 215 244 198 18 00:22:28 00:37:35 198 645 0
21 Roll Player 683 02:46:16 60% 36 21 14 10% 0% 209 261 249 36 00:31:44 00:29:19 176 955 0
22 Werth 665 02:40:25 53% 32 17 15 9% 0 210 251 224 29 00:27:48 00:31:00 173 717 0
23 Big Brother 665 02:41:04 61% 34 21 13 12% 0 213 231 209 25 00:24:22 00:29:22 162 546 0
24 AdversusKep 641 02:38:37 47% 34 16 17 8% 0 161 270 254 21 00:35:40 00:20:35 135 591 1
25 Bob 2.0 637 03:00:19 28% 40 11 28 5% 50% 164 279 220 14 00:20:40 00:36:01 137 732 0
26 sophie<3 595 02:17:36 71% 32 20 8 7% 20% 248 195 154 18 00:13:27 00:27:32 211 559 0
27 cannibal 589 02:25:30 51% 34 17 14 6% 50% 135 276 245 25 00:31:21 00:18:14 122 556 2
28 Kanye Wets 588 02:09:09 75% 30 22 7 11% 0% 203 202 185 23 00:20:45 00:22:34 161 573 0
29 Carys 579 02:22:50 51% 32 16 11 11% 0% 214 185 157 18 00:22:04 00:26:13 174 799 4
30 Button Whore 575 02:26:49 41% 36 14 13 5% 50% 243 258 216 16 00:18:44 00:28:51 198 879 7
31 Ballywood 570 02:05:02 67% 32 21 5 7% 50% 255 149 128 19 00:13:34 00:32:55 216 565 5
32 MooseNuck 562 02:27:50 44% 29 13 15 8% 0 168 191 130 7 00:14:20 00:36:27 142 534 1
33 D35T1NY 540 02:21:15 35% 28 10 16 9% 0 210 252 204 8 00:19:54 00:29:39 185 652 2
34 xyzes 536 02:12:50 54% 34 18 13 7% 50% 136 212 183 14 00:20:18 00:19:10 120 536 2
35 [unreserved] 534 02:13:16 50% 27 13 12 10% 0% 154 208 183 15 00:20:54 00:18:01 118 469 1
36 New But Old 530 02:16:05 34% 29 10 18 12% 100% 211 192 172 21 00:23:31 00:19:18 180 444 1
37 First 527 01:55:46 77% 22 17 5 12% 0 178 182 170 26 00:18:20 00:21:16 155 642 0
38 AI 521 02:13:25 53% 29 15 12 4% 66% 173 180 152 14 00:14:06 00:28:42 156 585 1
39 TrickO-Trick 521 02:05:27 64% 25 16 9 15% 0 190 178 165 20 00:21:16 00:15:59 145 676 0
40 Santa Ballz 516 02:26:28 35% 35 12 19 7% 0% 142 219 155 12 00:13:47 00:22:46 121 486 3
41 tha king 515 02:08:13 61% 27 16 10 8% 0% 175 160 151 23 00:17:48 00:26:57 155 506 0
42 MT Fingers 515 02:19:29 38% 39 14 14 9% 25% 188 154 123 10 00:13:20 00:20:00 164 428 8
43 ballsoffire 508 02:13:20 63% 31 19 6 13% 60% 143 186 194 30 00:37:01 00:08:40 118 371 5
44 BurtReynolds 504 01:57:37 58% 24 14 9 10% 0 114 149 140 18 00:18:51 00:14:30 105 473 1
45 Fearless 501 01:54:30 66% 23 14 7 8% 0% 146 163 147 16 00:23:48 00:17:22 126 526 0
46 baps 497 02:09:22 41% 31 12 16 8% 33% 127 185 125 6 00:11:43 00:20:07 107 514 1
47 ItsGo 494 02:16:12 38% 33 12 19 6% 0% 145 200 169 12 00:16:32 00:29:33 115 795 0
48 what!?!? 491 02:16:03 35% 32 11 17 12% 50% 165 213 187 11 00:19:03 00:21:09 123 630 3
49 El Chapo 490 02:18:48 28% 27 7 17 6% 0% 99 246 213 9 00:31:36 00:16:12 88 404 1
50 Big Bang 488 02:09:47 44% 27 11 13 8% 0% 184 197 147 7 00:16:18 00:33:55 148 681 1
51 Trapster 484 01:56:56 50% 21 10 10 11% 0% 144 193 167 8 00:17:36 00:12:50 117 633 0
52 warpigz 480 01:56:49 51% 28 14 11 8% 0% 135 195 145 11 00:16:44 00:15:43 112 381 2
53 logogogo 473 02:00:14 34% 23 8 15 6% 0 138 206 180 12 00:16:14 00:18:31 112 670 0
54 gghob 456 01:45:46 61% 21 13 8 8% 100% 144 157 138 17 00:14:32 00:23:33 120 510 0
55 me noob 451 02:04:50 34% 29 10 14 3% 0% 105 231 166 16 00:17:17 00:20:07 99 546 5
56 BMF 448 01:56:01 50% 23 11 11 9% 50% 160 211 166 18 00:17:51 00:22:02 139 431 0
57 MANIAC!!!!!! 442 01:45:14 56% 23 13 10 12% 100% 131 187 159 25 00:21:19 00:10:59 106 296 0
58 RADIAL 441 01:45:13 58% 24 14 10 6% 0 162 164 146 13 00:15:30 00:18:05 141 453 0
59 Quake 441 01:47:20 52% 21 11 10 8% 0 131 162 147 12 00:17:16 00:21:59 121 411 0
60 Darth JarJar 440 01:53:56 45% 24 11 11 4% 50% 125 218 179 6 00:15:27 00:18:09 111 479 2
61 meaL 439 01:44:09 47% 21 10 9 15% 0% 177 165 150 23 00:15:26 00:18:16 140 496 2
62 Benfica 437 01:43:44 59% 22 13 8 12% 0 186 183 150 7 00:12:44 00:19:04 140 764 1
63 Some Ball Yo 437 02:21:23 14% 35 5 28 4% 0% 74 223 155 3 00:14:21 00:27:55 71 407 1
64 GillyBall 436 01:45:44 60% 23 14 8 8% 0 150 156 146 26 00:17:44 00:19:11 126 548 1
65 meh... 436 01:48:43 34% 23 8 15 9% 0 132 134 95 3 00:09:40 00:24:56 104 331 0
66 Pen Fiftee 432 01:49:34 47% 22 10 11 8% 0% 152 125 106 10 00:09:15 00:34:02 121 498 0
67 Pubabarr 430 01:44:28 57% 21 12 9 11% 0 149 146 137 15 00:16:14 00:17:08 126 576 0
68 W i n 429 01:53:00 36% 25 9 16 6% 0 115 190 159 12 00:16:46 00:16:45 91 428 0
69 phukjoe 427 02:07:04 26% 30 8 18 5% 0 108 226 180 9 00:20:27 00:16:29 83 433 4
70 First Slime 426 02:00:53 29% 27 8 19 7% 0 165 211 183 18 00:25:44 00:15:09 139 428 0
71 lilnut(OOO) 425 02:21:56 35% 38 13 12 3% 0% 143 241 195 12 00:16:25 00:28:43 121 556 12
72 Round Ball 424 01:55:10 37% 27 10 14 7% 0 139 151 115 14 00:11:11 00:19:40 126 419 3
73 [unreserved] 420 01:47:50 45% 23 10 11 9% 0% 140 172 127 9 00:13:51 00:18:59 115 463 1
74 Hippity Pop 418 01:54:41 36% 30 11 16 8% 100% 118 182 151 13 00:17:48 00:16:29 104 421 3
75 o/ 414 01:55:48 40% 22 9 13 6% 0 109 153 134 10 00:18:10 00:27:31 88 561 0
76 Kung Fu Ball 413 01:48:16 50% 24 11 9 6% 33% 77 174 150 7 00:19:26 00:16:01 72 433 2
77 Bau gasol 411 01:38:42 50% 22 11 10 12% 0 130 144 103 8 00:13:17 00:16:21 113 441 1
78 tweener 409 01:31:28 61% 19 11 6 8% 0% 114 167 143 19 00:16:13 00:13:53 107 431 1
79 philconnors 407 01:43:27 55% 21 11 9 7% 0% 115 152 128 4 00:11:41 00:17:37 102 326 0
80 Green Bean 404 01:31:54 66% 18 12 6 12% 0 116 154 123 14 00:15:25 00:21:50 90 385 0
81 cirus 404 01:38:40 38% 21 8 11 10% 0 95 130 103 8 00:12:59 00:16:04 81 341 2
82 Nilus 402 01:39:49 70% 30 19 3 7% 0% 189 169 154 19 00:16:55 00:19:02 162 493 5
83 adawg 400 01:22:29 75% 17 12 4 15% 0% 117 119 112 15 00:16:32 00:13:10 97 415 0
84 JohnDesayuno 397 01:37:10 60% 21 12 8 1% 0% 141 132 88 5 00:08:13 00:16:57 131 334 0
85 gallooch 391 01:42:56 45% 26 11 11 2% 0% 118 159 138 8 00:14:23 00:17:22 102 557 2
86 Object 390 01:37:49 57% 21 12 8 9% 100% 105 164 136 9 00:21:01 00:14:17 76 379 1
87 PuyoPuyo 388 01:53:50 25% 32 8 18 4% 0% 115 157 118 3 00:11:50 00:15:30 104 347 5
88 Constantino 388 01:44:27 40% 22 9 13 3% 0 98 154 133 9 00:15:11 00:18:11 90 359 0
89 eDong 384 01:47:16 47% 21 10 7 9% 0 124 186 140 13 00:12:42 00:18:09 105 440 4
90 lipballm 383 01:41:52 50% 22 11 11 4% 100% 86 140 102 2 00:08:06 00:20:52 76 473 0
91 AK 382 01:44:44 39% 23 9 14 7% 0 149 175 152 14 00:18:45 00:21:25 133 350 0
92 The Unit 379 01:22:01 61% 18 11 7 12% 100% 96 93 79 11 00:11:51 00:17:30 84 347 0
93 YT.TeySavvy 377 01:39:32 43% 23 10 12 7% 0 123 176 137 11 00:14:17 00:17:42 98 405 1
94 GnomeChomsky 375 01:33:11 44% 18 8 10 13% 0 141 132 121 9 00:10:39 00:19:21 115 499 0
95 Alpha trion 373 01:49:22 37% 24 9 10 5% 0 115 173 146 9 00:15:10 00:12:49 86 434 5
96 FreakBall 368 01:44:11 32% 25 8 16 10% 100% 156 169 150 11 00:13:41 00:23:09 131 409 1
97 spoonbender 362 01:30:02 44% 20 8 10 10% 0% 103 110 66 4 00:05:46 00:15:02 83 268 0
98 Enthymeme 358 01:24:22 52% 18 9 8 5% 0% 149 128 91 7 00:08:35 00:18:51 135 518 0
99 (-O-) 357 01:36:02 33% 24 7 14 6% 0% 134 140 109 7 00:09:04 00:21:47 112 294 0
100 Wilma 354 01:24:38 52% 17 9 6 10% 100% 119 120 119 17 00:18:27 00:11:35 96 312 2
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2020.10.31 18:43 ARHP4578 Heroes in different groups and with Avatar Rip Hunter Paradox under his command

1st Season
  1. Bat Spies
  2. The Mutant Flying Baboon
  3. The Mandarin Bot
  4. Yu-Gi-Oh! Elemental Heroes (Elemental Hero Avian, Bubbleman, Clayman, Bladedge, Burstinatrix, Wildman, Wild Wingman, Nechroshade and Sparkman)
  5. Yu-Gi-Oh! Alpha the Magnet Warrior
  6. Avatar Monster with 8 mechanical arms
  7. SkulkTech Lantern 9.9 with 8 mechanical arms, powers of Brainiac and legs of the Hammer Drones
  8. Gator Smasher
  9. The 9 Crimson Chins (1930’s Pulp Fiction Chin, 1940’s WWII Sergeant Chin, 1950’s Square-Jawed Commie Buster Chin, 1960’s Psychedelic Chin, 1970’s Disco Chin, 1980’s Overly-Muscular Weapon Toting Chin, 1990’s Grunge Chin, The New Millenium Chin, and The original Crimson Chin)
  10. Ash Williams from Evil Dead
  11. Pablo Simon Bolivar from Evil Dead
  12. Kelly Maxwell from Evil Dead
  13. Brandy Barr from Evil Dead
  14. Nick version of the Ninja Turtles version of the Utrom Tribe (2012 version) (Utromdroids [x555], Bishop, Pawn, Rook & Queen)
  15. Anti-Meta Clay Abomination
  16. Humanoid Indominus Rex
  17. Iron Crimson Chin
  18. Motaro of Mortal Kombat
  19. Yu-Gi-Oh! 5 Headed Dragon
  20. Mortal Kombat characters (Liu Kang, Johnny Cage, Kano, Raiden, Scorpion, Sonya Blade, Sub-Zero, Goro, Shang Tsung, Reptile, Baraka, Jade, Jax, Kintaro, Kitana, Kung Lao, Mileena, Noob Saibot, Shao Kahn, Smoke (human version), Chameleon, Ermac, Kodal, Khameleon, Mileena, Nightwolf, Rain, Sektor, Sheeva, Sindel, Stryker, Fujin, Quan Chi, Sarenna, Shinnok, Jarek, Kai, Meat, Reiko, Tanya, Tremor, Blaze, Bo Rai Cho, Drahmin, Frost, Hsu Hao, Kenshi, Li Mei, Mavado, Mokap, Moloch, Nitara, Ashrah, Dairou, Darrius, Havik, Hotaru, Kira, Kobra, Onaga, Shujinko, Daegon, Taven, Dark Kahn, Skarlet, Cassie Cage, D'Vorah, Erron Black, Ferra, Torr, Jacqui Briggs, Kotal Kahn, Kung Jin, Takeda, Takahashi, Triborg, Belokk, Hornbuckle & Nimbus Terrafaux)
  21. Devil Dinosaur Rhino/The Black Lantern
  22. Nick version of the Team Ninja Turtles (2012 version) (Karai/Miwa Yoshi, Leonardo, April O'Neil, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo, Casey Jones, Shinigami, Cheri Ce Hamato, Ice Cream Kitty, Slash, Leatherhead, Zeno the Triceraton, Zog the Triceraton Cyborg, The Fugitoid [Professor Zayton Honeycutt], Mondo Gecko, Mona Lisa [Lieutenant Y’Gythgba], Pigeon Pete, Dr. Tyler Rockwell, Sal Commander [Commander G’Throkka], Armaggon Borg, Chompy & Dr. Cluckingsworth M.D.)
  23. Juggernaut Bot
  24. Super Me
  25. Megamind
  26. Minion
  27. Yu-Gi-Oh! A to Z Ultra Cannon (A-Assault Core, B-Buster Drake, C-Crush Wyvern, W-Wing Catapult, V-Tiger Jet, X-Head Cannon, Y-Dragon Head & Z-Metal Tank)
  28. Sehera the Avatar Dragon
  29. Yu-Gi-Oh! Yubel the Ultimate Nightmare
  30. Yu-Gi-Oh! Zera the Mant
  31. Yu-Gi-Oh! Lycanthrope
  32. Yu-Gi-Oh! Destiny Hero Fear Monger
  33. Yu-Gi-Oh! Black Tyranno
  34. Yu-Gi-Oh! Sand Moth
  35. Yu-Gi-Oh! Cyber-Tech Alligator
  36. Yu-Gi-Oh! Ultimate Baseball Kid
  37. Yu-Gi-Oh! Venom Cobra
  38. Yu-Gi-Oh! Venom Boa
  39. Yu-Gi-Oh! Alien Shocktrooper
  40. Yu-Gi-Oh! Tyrant Dragon
  41. Yu-Gi-Oh! Skull Kraken
  42. Yu-Gi-Oh! Rainbow Dark Dragon
  43. Yu-Gi-Oh! Gravekeeper’s Visionary
  44. Yu-Gi-Oh! Gravekeeper’s Guard
  45. Yu-Gi-Oh! Servant of Horus
  46. Yu-Gi-Oh! The Hunter with 7 Weapons
  47. Yu-Gi-Oh! Goggle Golem
  48. Yu-Gi-Oh! Overdrive
  49. Yu-Gi-Oh! Vennominon the King of Poisonous Snakes
  50. Yu-Gi-Oh! Diskblade Rider
  51. Yu-Gi-Oh! Dark Blade (mixed with Pitch-Dark Dragon become Dark Blade the Dragon Knight as a part of his power)
  52. Yu-Gi-Oh! Regenerating Mummy
  53. Yu-Gi-Oh! Vampire Lady
  54. Yu-Gi-Oh! Chainsaw Insect
  55. Yu-Gi-Oh! Laval Magma Cannoner
  56. Yu-Gi-Oh! Poseidra the Atlantean Dragon
  57. Yu-Gi-Oh! Spikebot
  58. Yu-Gi-Oh! Launcher Spider
  59. Yu-Gi-Oh! Exodia the Forbidden One
2nd Season
  1. Griffin Bot
  2. Iron Vision Man-Bat Cyborg
  3. 3 reclones of Danny Phantom (Gray Frankenstein Hulk, Bedsheet Ghost & Lockjaw Demon)
  4. Iron PredAlien Mandarin Super Avatar Annihilator
  5. Iron Hulkbuster War Machine
  6. Team XJ-9 (Jenny Wakeman/XJ-9/The Red Lantern, Sheldon Lee/The Silver Shell, Brad Carbuckle/Iron Vision Venom, Tuck Carbuckle/Iron Wonder Man, Melody Wakeman [adopted sister] & Dr. Nora Wakeman)
  7. Nicktoons Unite Heroes (Spongebob Squarepants/The Amazing Quickster Bubble, Patrick StaThe Elastic Super Awesome Waistband, Squidward Tentacles/ Captain Sournote Magma, Eugene Krabs/Iron Krabs, Sandy Cheeks/The Missrodentapear, Mermaid Man, Barnacle Boy, Jimmy Neutron/Hulk Jimmy, Cindy Vortex/Special Girl, Carl WheezeBurp Boy, Libby Folfax/Invisible Sister, Sheen Estevez/Vibrating Laid, Zix, Travoltron, Tee, Timmy TurneTurbo Cleft the Boy Chin Wonder, Cosmo/Clefto, Wanda/Ace, Poof/Puppy Poof, Sparky, Chloe Carmichael/The Yu-Gi-Oh! Magician, Danny Fenton/Danny Phantom, Danielle Fenton/Dani Phantom, Sam Manson/The Gothic Witch, Tucker Foley/Techno Tuck, Jazz Fenton/Yu-Gi-Oh! Ghostbuster, Jack Fenton/Super Ghostbuster, Maddie Fenton/Giantess Ghostbuster, Valerie Gray/Super Giantess Ghostbuster & Dash BaxteSuper Snake Eye)
  8. Kingdom Hearts Heroes (Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy, Kairi, Riku, King Mickey Mouse, Roxas, Axel, Nomura, Aqua, Ventus, Xion, Axel/Lea, Eraqus, DiZ/Ansem the Wise, Namine, Yuffie, Cloud, Leon, Cid, Aerith, Tifa Lockhart, Auron, Yuna, Rikku, Paine, Zack Fair, Neku Sakuraba, Shiku, Joshua Kiryu, Beat, Rhyme & Ephemer)
  9. Cyrax of Mortal Kombat
  10. Smoke (robot version) of Mortal Kombat
  11. Team Hellboy (Hellboy, Liz Sherman, Abraham Sapien & Yohan Krouse)
  12. Predators (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WsdnKofeaQYPqlQ7-ZDEktj1p_Eua8A-T6sMmPTkCKM/edit)
  13. Aliens (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WsdnKofeaQYPqlQ7-ZDEktj1p_Eua8A-T6sMmPTkCKM/edit)
  14. Alien (PredAlien)
  15. Yu-Gi-Oh! Volcanic Hammerer
3rd Season
  1. Team T.U.F.F. (Dudley Puppy/The Bionicle Mask/The White Lantern, Kitty Katswell Puppy/Giant Kitty/Star Sapphire, Agent King Shark/The Yellow Lantern, Keswick/The Orange Lantern & Chief Herbert Dumbrowski/Alien War Machine)
  2. Super iCarly Gang (Carly Shay/Were-PredAlien, Spencer Shay/Green Ghost Rider Lantern, Sam Puckett/The Mighty Dark Tigre, Freddie Benson/Iron Super Spawn Venom PredAlien & Melody Puckett/Indominus Snake Lion Keyblade Wielder)
  3. Team Monsters (Susan Murphy/Ginormica, Dr. Herbert Cockroach Ph.D., The Missing Link, B.O.B. & Mecha-Insectosaurus)
  4. Team Aliens (Coverton, Sta’abi, Sqweep & Vornicarn)
  5. Jade West/Super Venom
  6. Beck OliveThe Mega Chin
  7. The Riveras (Manny Rivera/El Tigre, Redulso Rivera/The White Pantera & Grandpapi Rivera/Puma Loco)
  8. Frida Suarez/Hero Weapon Frida
  9. The Avengers (Captain Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, Clint Barton/Hawkeye, Bruce BanneThe Incredible Hulk, James Buchanan Barnes/The Winter Soldier, Pepper Potts/Rescue, James Rhodes/War Machine, T’Challa/The Black Panther, The Guardians of the Galaxy [Jason Quill/Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon, Drax the Destroyer, Mantis, Gamora, Groot, Nebula], X-Men, Cyborg Quicksilver, The Scarlet Witch, The Vision, Thor, Dr. Stephen Strange, Wong, Peter ParkeSpider-Man, Eddie Brock/Venom, Deadpool, Sam Wilson/Falcon, Scott Lang/Ant-Man & Hope van Dyne/Wasp
  10. Justice League (Bruce Wayne/Batman, Clark Kent/Superman, Princess Diana/Wonder Woman, John Stewart/The Green Lantern, Barry Allen/The Flash, J’onn J’onzz/John Jones/Martian Manhunter, Shayera Hol/Hawkgirl, Huntress, Dr. Fate, Mr. Terrific, Black Canary, Red Tornado, Fire, Atom Smasher, Commander Steel, Crimson Avenger, Question, Captain Atom, Captain Marvel, Wildcat, Blue Devil, Stargirl, Shining Knight, Katar Hol/Hawkman, Green Arrow, Etrigan the Demon, Ice, Plastic Man & Aquaman, Metamorpho)
  11. Saint Lewis Society
  12. The Autobots (13 Legendary Knights of Cybertron, 25 or 35 Dinobots & Billions of Autobots plus Millions of Autobots that use to be Decepticons)
  13. Iron Men with Hands of Steel (thru 500 US soldiers [US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marines, US Marine Corps, US Coast Guard & other classified military soldiers)
  14. Yu-Gi-Oh! Dragon Master Knight
  15. Spawn
  16. Super Chainsaw
  17. Super Grim Reaper
  18. Robocop
  19. Atlantean Wink Juggernautborg
After the 100 year war in the comics
  1. My own Star Wars Droid army (Thru the Star Wars episodes 1-3 movies & Star Wars Clone Wars TV Series)
  2. Terminators Scouts of my own (Thru Terminator Movie Collection)
  3. My version of the Rough Rhinos (Coronal Snake Avatar, Bull Axe, Multi Axe Gun, Dino Flail Axe Gun & Auto Flail)
  4. 7 Toas of Mata Nui (Toa Lewa, Toa Gali, Toa Onua, Toa Tahu, Toa Pohatu, Toa Kopaka & Toa Takanuva)
  5. Bohrok and Rahkshi of Mata Nui
  6. Vahki, Krekka, Nidhiki, Rahaga (Toa Hagah/Rahaga Group [http://bionicle.wikia.com/wiki/Toa_Hagah/Rahaga]), Keetongu and Nivawk of Metru Nui
  7. The Hammer Drones (US Army Hammer Drone, US Navy Hammer Drone, US Air Force Hammer Drone & US Marine Hammer Drone)
  8. The Wargs of Olympus (The Ambush of Wargs)
  9. Agent XR
  10. Griffin Python
  11. The Titans (Nightwing, Starfire, Beast Boy, Raven, Terra, Cyborg, Blue Beetle, Robin [Damian Wayne], Red X, Bumblebee, Aqualad, Speedy, Mas y Menos, Red Star, Argent, Kole, Gnarrk, Flamebird, Mirage, Pantha, Wildebeest, Hot Spot, Nightrider, Battalion, Kilowatt, Jericho, Herald, Jinx, Kid Flash/Wally West, Thunder, Lightning, Tramm, Timmy Tantrum, Teether, Melvin, Bobby, Bushido, Ravager, Wonder Girl, Cassie Sandsmark, Soldier Girl, Soldier Boy, Protector, Aquagirl, Azural, Golden Eagle, Blackfire & The Next Generation of Teen Titans including Nightstar Grayson [daughter of Robin & Starfire])
  12. The Yu-Gi-Oh! Masters (Masters of Yu-Gi-Oh!, Masters of Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds, Masters of Yu-Gi-Oh! GX & Yu-Gi-Oh! Arc-V
  13. Headless Horseman of Yu-Gi-Oh!
  14. Atomic Humanoid Boar Croc
  15. The Plumbers (Ben 10 [Original Version])
  16. Master Nightshade (with the Ultra Pumpkinator suit as his ride)
  17. The Crimson Bloody Reaper (with the Futuristic World War I Chainsaw Tank as her ride)
  18. Team Psycho Weasel (Psycho Weasel, Motaur Cyborg, and The Mega Superbike)
  19. Dr. Humanoid Indoraptor
  20. Scarecrow Reaper
  21. Gorilla Boar Croc
The same thing for Avatar Korra and her TV series and comics
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2020.10.31 14:01 Kilztride [MAIN] Spooky Scary Disney Mice- 232 spots/$5

Escrow for Dalic12345
Date/Time: October 31st, 9am
Item Name: disney castle (71040), disney train & station (71044), Mickey & Minnie buildable characters (43179)
Lego Price: 71040 ($350) + 71044 ($330) + 43179 ($180) + 12% tax ($103) = $963
Shipping: $197
Raffle total: $1160, 232 spots @ $5 each
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2020.10.31 07:01 Sebastian4002 The Ultimate TWDG Trivia (Again)

I made this ques about 3 month ago to see how people did. Now 3 month later I thought I could post it again. (I will make some small edits to some of the questions to make them less confusing)
PS: I haven't looked at this quiz or the answers for months and I decided to do the quiz myself and I got 46/50. Can you do better? I will post my answers in my post with the wansers later.

How much do you know about Telltale's The Walking Dead?
This quiz will contain questions about Telltale's The Walking Dead. To get all questions right you need to have knowledge about many different dialog options, cut content and probably something else to.
Any questions that ask for a big nummer like question 45 but not question 43 will have a aceptelel answer of +-5. Same goes for the % based questions, +-5%.
I will post the answers and announce the winner in about 1d. And it unfortunately won't be a price. this is just for fun.
Rules: Don't look shit up.Questions
  1. How old is Lee?
  2. What is Clementine's favorite color?
  3. How many percent of people originally was silent when Shawn asked who Lee was?
  4. What color is Clem's house?
  5. What did Clem find in her treehouse?
  6. What type of fish was Kenny fishing for in his job?
  7. What character was almost scrapped from the game in S1?
  8. What was the name of Clementine's friend from before the outbreak?
  9. What was he allergic to? (Coutionasion of the previous question)
  10. In S2 Ep 3, how many walkie talkies were at the charging station before Clem took them?
  11. How many different endings does S2 have?
  12. What day is Clementine's birthday? (Date, Month and Year needed) (Not 100% confirmed, but most likely date)
  13. What day of the week was she born? (Coutionasion of the previous question)
  14. How did Kenny met Katjaa?
  15. How many percent of people originally cut Lee's arm of?
  16. How many cars can Clem crash as a driver?
  17. What character was based on a Real person? (Not Clementine)
  18. Why was that character based on a real person? (Coutionasion of the previous question)
  19. What is Duck's real name?
  20. How many times can Clementine tell Lee is lying to her?
  21. How many episodes is Clementine in?
  22. How many episodes is Lee in?
  23. How many episodes is Kenny in?
  24. What day was Cousin Jared's concert from? (Month, Day and Year)
  25. What colors does the peach girl have on her clothes? (2 colors)
  26. How many times does Clementine say "Okay"?
  27. How many percent of people originally helped kill Larry?
  28. "Dad, lets run down there and fuck one of them sheep." What did the father answer?
  29. What was the full name of the original St. John dinner?
  30. What character was originally supposed to return in S1 Ep5?
  31. What did the robber try to steel? (If you know, this is all the information you need)
  32. In S1 Ep 4 how many percent of people originally brought Ben and Kenny to find Clem?
  33. What was Carver's job before the apocalypse?
  34. In S2 Ep1 there is an oar placed outside the map. What color is it?
  35. How old is Clem in the first Jane flashback?
  36. What character was originally going to have Carvers role?
  37. Why did they chance it ? (Coutionasion of the previous question)
  38. How many percent of people originally brought Clem to Crawford?
  39. What season has the least amount of walkers killed?
  40. How many walkers were killed in the season with the least walkers killed?
  41. In S2 Ep1 cut content, Clementine could lose her hat, What happened?
  42. When was Javier originally meant to meet Clementine?
  43. How many different outfits does Clem change to in the Series? (Not including haircut or hat or no hat)
  44. How many people could Clem kill in the game? (Including Animals that have names)
  45. How many walkers could Clem kill in the game?
  46. How many times can Conrad die in S3?
  47. How old is Clem in the Mccarrell ranch flashback?
  48. What day of the year is Hot Dish Night?
  49. Who is the tallest character in the game? (Not including Twd Michonne)
  50. From Where did the Cabin Group get their milk?
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2020.10.31 05:46 IAmWolfNinja [S] Survivor WP: Ghost Island (Season 36)

Happy Halloween! By coincidence, a season of Survivor WP centering around ghosts and curses is dropping this day! Over 35 seasons, there have been many idols and advantages that went to waste, cursing the players that laid hands on them, because one bad move can haunt you forever. This season, 20 new players will get the opportunity to reverse these curses! Many of them will take a visit to Ghost Island, where they'll be given a chance to earn advantages that previous players failed with. How many curses will be reversed? Find out on Survivor Wheel picker: Ghost Island!
MALOLO TRIBE
Chara Dreemurr (Undertale)
Chuck (Angry Birds)
Emma Magorobi (Fanganronpa)
Flower (Battle for Dream Island)
John F. Kennedy (Clone High)
Kokichi Oma (Danganronpa)
Mark Hoppus (blink-182)
Puck (Re:Zero)
Rosa (Pokemon)
Star Strike (Skylanders)
NAVITI TRIBE
Akagi (Azur Lane)
Ayumu Fujimori (Fanganronpa)
Dan Gheesling (Big Brother)
Ibuki Mioda (Danganronpa)
Izzy (Total Drama)
Lord Kaos (Skylanders)
Mai Shiranui (Fatal Fury)
Piplup (Pokemon)
Vegeta (Dragon Ball)
Wendy Corduroy (Gravity Falls)
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Season 1: Nicaragua
Season 2: Fiji
Season 3: The Amazon - Battle of the Sexes
Season 4: Cuba
Season 5: All-Stars
Season 6: Moon Islands
Season 7: Mongolia
Season 8: Cyprus
Season 9: China
Season 10: Retribution - Second Chance
Season 11: Gabon
Season 12: Thailand
Season 13: Mexico - Fans vs. Favorites
Season 14: Laguna Colorada
Season 15: Heroes vs. Villains
Season 16: Roraima
Season 17: Malaysia
Season 18: Blood vs. Water
Season 19: Philippines
Season 20: Cambodia - Second Chance II
Season 21: Borneo
Season 22: Kariba
Season 23: Caramoan - Fans vs. Favorites II
Season 24: Greece - Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty
Season 25: Game Changers
Season 26: Maldives - Haves vs. Have-Nots
Season 27: El Salvador
Season 28: San Juan del Sur - Blood vs. Water II
Season 29: Samoa
Season 30: Heroes vs. Villains II
Season 31: Bali - Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty II
Season 32: Cranberry Isles
Season 33: Rome - Fans vs. Favorites III
Season 34: The Ganges
Season 35: Revival - Pre-Jury Gems
Season 36: Ghost Island
Season Thoughts: This was an ok season. It wasn't really anything special, but it did have its highs and lows. Ghost Island was really not a factor as most of the players there chose not to wager their votes and most of the idols were misplayed. However, there were a good amount of strong players and characters. The ones that come to mind are the top 4, Ayumu, Izzy, Kaos and Kokichi. Vegeta's quit at the final 5 was incredibly frustrating considering how well he was doing at that point and he firmly put himself on the series blacklist. On the other end, Emma was a great winner who held control from start to finish and was likeable enough to get JFK's deciding vote. Overall, kind of a disappointing season, but a good amount of people I'd like to see back.
That does it for this spooky season! Let me know what you thought in the comments! Next season, we're doing something that Survivor WP has never done before; user submissions! 10 players picked by the wheel will face 10 players submitted by you guys! See you then!
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2020.10.30 22:35 Chriscftb97 Ty Dolla $ign's "Featuring Ty Dolla $ign" sells 45K First Week (4K Pure). Gorillaz' "Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez" sells 16K First Week (9K Pure). Joyner Lucas' "Evolution" sells 13K First Week (3K Pure).

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Juice WRLD Legends Never Die Grade A/Interscope 210,343 497,000
2 The Weeknd After Hours XO/Republic 275,000 444,000
3 Lil Uzi Vert Eternal Atake Generation Now/Atlantic 9,666 288,000
4 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,000
5 Pop Smoke Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Victor VictoRepublic 59,000 251,000
6 Drake Dark Lane Demo Tapes OVO/Republic 19,000 223,000
7 Logic No Pressure Def Jam 172,000 221,000
8 Lil Baby My Turn Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 10,000 197,000
9 Bad Bunny YHLQMDLG Rimas 35,000 179,000
10 21 Savage & Metro Boomin SAVAGE MODE II Boominati/Republic/Slaughter Gang/Epic 22,000 171,000
11 Mac Miller Circles Warner 61,000 164,000
12 Future High Off Life Freebandz/Epic 15,822 153,000
13 Jhene Aiko Chilombo Def Jam 38,000 152,000
14 Lil Wayne Funeral Young Money/Republic 38,000 139,000
15 NAV Good Intentions XO/Republic 73,000 135,000
16 Lil Uzi Vert LUV vs. The World 2 Generation Now/Atlantic 5,000 130,000
17 Machine Gun Kelly Tickets To My Downfall Bad Boy/Interscope 63,000 126,000
18 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Top Never Broke Again/Atlantic 19,000 126,000
19 DaBaby BLAME IT ON BABY Interscope 12,000 124,000
20 Gunna WUNNA Young Stoner Life 4,093 111,000
21 A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Atlantic 3,052 111,000
22 BLACKPINK THE ALBUM Interscope 81,000 110,000
23 Big Sean Detroit 2 G.O.O.D./Def Jam 30,000 103,000
24 Polo G THE GOAT Columbia 14,539 99,000
25 Joji Nectar 88Rising/12Tone 41,913 92,000
26 YoungBoy Never Broke Again Still Flexin, Still Steppin Never Broke Again/Atlantic 3,551 91,000
27 Kehlani It Was Good Until It Wasn't TSNMI/Atlantic 25,000 83,000
28 Rod Wave Pray 4 Love Alamo/Geffen/Interscope 2,332 72,000
29 YoungBoy Never Broke Again 38 Baby 2 Never Broke Again/Atlantic 3,994 67,000
30 Moneybagg Yo Time Served N-Less/Interscope 7,000 66,000
31 Young Dolph Rich Slave Paper Route/Empire 33,000 65,000
32 YG My Life 4Hunnid Def Jam 47,000 64,000
33 Tory Lanez The New Toronto 3 Mad Love/Interscope 5,524 64,000
34 Russ SHAKE THE SNOW GLOBE Columbia 39,815 63,000
35 Alicia Keys ALICIA RCA 51,000 62,000
36 G Herbo PTSD Machine/Epic 4,000 59,000
37 Bryson Tiller A N N I V E R S A R Y RCA 4,240 57,000
38 Lil Durk Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 Alamo/Geffen/Interscope 3,107 55,957
39 6ix9ine TattleTales 6ix9ine/Create Music Group 32,000 53,000
40 PARTYNEXTDOOR PARTYMOBILE OVO/Warner 3,061 52,237
41 Nas King’s Disease Mass Appeal 19,021 47,788
42 Ty Dolla $ign Featuring Ty Dolla $ign Atlantic 4,430 44,943
43 Don Toliver Heaven Or Hell Cactus Jack/Atlantic 1,990 44,356
44 Megan Thee Stallion Suga Atlantic 4,279 41,000
45 The Kid Laroi F*CK LOVE Columbia 6,796 40,000
46 Bad Bunny LAS QUE NO IBAN A SALIR Rimas 7,931 39,828
47 Anuel AA Emmanuel Real Hasta La Muerte 3,560 39,233
48 Joyner Lucas ADHD Twenty Nine Music 10,144 38,400
49 Agust D D-2 BigHit 15,115 37,753
50 Moneybagg Yo & Blac Youngsta Code Red N-Less/Interscope 1,532 37,408
51 Tory Lanez DAYSTAR One Umbrella/Create 2,102 37,010
52 Lil Tecca Virgo World Galactic/Republic 3,633 35,379
53 Yo Gotti Untrapped Epic/CMG 7,000 35,000
54 Run The Jewels RTJ4 BMG 31,065 34,609
55 Lil Yachty Lil Boat 3 Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 3,722 34,164
56 Pop Smoke Meet The Woo 2 Victor VictoRepublic 3,280 34,077
57 Jay Electronica A Written Testimony Roc Nation 10,842 31,703
58 Dreamville Revenge Of The Dreamers III: Director's Cut Dreamville/Roc Nation/Interscope 1,647 32,828
59 NLE Choppa Top Shotta Warner 2,433 32,769
60 Internet Money B4 The Storm Internet Money/TenThousand 766 32,168
61 Freddie Gibbs Alfredo ESGN/ALC/Empire 20,524 31,290
62 Teyana Taylor The Album G.O.O.D./Def Jam 4,250 31,088
63 Summer Walker Life On Earth - EP LVRN/Interscope 3,526 30,327
64 6LACK 6pc Hot EP LVRN/Interscope 8,082 28,951
65 Key Glock Yellow Tape Paper Route/Empire 782 28,290
66 Jessie Reyez BEFORE LOVE CAME TO KILL US N/A 14,979 26,430
67 John Legend Bigger Love Columbia 12,552 26,199
68 Toosii Poetic Pain South Coast 3,072 26,151
69 Amine Limbo Republic 7,350 25,711
70 Brandy B7 EOne 15,607 25,636
71 Childish Gambino 3.15.20 Wolf+Rothstein/RCA 5,584 25,273
72 J Balvin Colores UMLE 3,800 25,059
73 Trey Songz Back Home Atlantic 4,438 23,537
74 T.I. The L.I.B.R.A. Grand Hustle/Empire 3,745 23,339
75 blackbear everything means nothing Alamo/Interscope 5,916 23,160
76 Various Artists Birds of Prey: The Album Atlantic 9,454 22,352
77 Ozuna ENOC Aura 1,696 20,208
78 Brent Faiyaz Fuck The World Lost Kids 711 22,088
79 Stunna 4 Vegas Rich Youngin Interscope 559 21,967
80 Shoreline Mafia Mafia Bidness Atlantic 1,142 21,324
81 Quando Rondo QPac Warner 352 20,348
82 Jadakiss Ignatius Ruff Ryders/Def Jam 6,329 19,927
83 $uicideBoy$ STOP STARING AT THE SHADOWS G59 1,302 19,092
84 DVSN A Muse In Her Feelings OVO/Warner 2,349 19,081
85 Benny The Butcher Burden of Proof Griselda/Empire 4,226 18,724
86 Tee Grizzley The Smartest Tee Grizzley 1,800 18,845
87 Gucci Mane Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer Guwop/Atlantic 1,055 18,773
88 Rich The Kid BOSS MAN Rich The Kid/Atlantic 420 18,512
89 City Girls City On Lock Quality Control/Motown/Capitol 1,994 18,461
90 Lil Tjay State of Emergency Columbia 1,611 17,101
91 Dave East Karma 3 Mass Appeal/Def Jam 2,613 16,798
92 Kiana Ledé KIKI Republic 5,070 16,533
93 Key Glock Son Of A Gun Paper Route/Empire 713 16,128
94 Dominic Fike What Could Possibly Go Wrong Columbia 4,349 16,102
95 JayDaYoungan Baby23 Atlantic 197 15,899
96 NoCap Steel Human 2020 135 15,795
97 Lil Keed Trapped On Cleveland 3 Young Stoner Life 190 15,978
98 Gorillaz Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez Parlophone 8,976 15,602
99 Maluma PAPI JUANCHO Sony Music Latin 1,005 15,376
100 Sleepy Hallow Sleepy Hallow Presents: Sleepy For President Winner's Circle/Empire 225 15,266
101 Mozzy Beyond Bulletproof Mozzy/Empire 2,594 15,212
102 Jack Harlow Sweet Action Generation Now/Atlantic 704 15,140
103 K. Michelle All Monsters Are Human EONE 9,438 14,734
104 K CAMP Kiss 5 Family Ties/Interscope 693 14,631
105 JoJo good to know Warner 9,609 14,606
106 Jaden CTV3: Cool Tape Vol. 3 MSFTS/Roc Nation 2,693 14,563
107 Disclosure Energy Island 5,820 14,455
108 August Alsina The Product III: stateofEMERGEncy Shake The World/Empire 5,369 14,416
109 Mulatto Queen of Da Souf Streamcut/RCA 616 14,311
110 Burna Boy Twice As Tall Bad Habit/On A Spaceship/Atlantic 1,699 13,632
111 Alina Baraz It Was Divine Mom+Pop 2,294 13,557
112 Joyner Lucas Evolution Twenty Nine Music 2,762 12,641

Top 10 First Weeks of 2020 Across All Genres

Rank Artist Album Label Pure Sales Sales + Streaming
1 Taylor Swift folklore Republic 615,000 846,000
2 Juice WRLD Legends Never Die Grade A/Interscope 210,343 497,000
3 The Weeknd After Hours XO/Republic 275,000 444,000
4 BTS MAP OF THE SOUL: 7 BigHit/Columbia 347,000 422,000
5 Lil Uzi Vert Eternal Atake Generation Now/Atlantic 9,666 288,000
6 Eminem Music To Be Murdered By Shady/Aftermath/Interscope 117,000 279,000
7 Lady Gaga Chromatica Interscope 206,515 275,904
8 Pop Smoke Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Victor VictoRepublic 59,000 251,000
9 Halsey Manic Capitol 180,000 239,000
10 Kenny Chesney Here And Now Blue ChaiWarner Nashville 222,000 233,000
FAQ:
Q: Source?
A: http://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
Q: How is this list sorted?
A: It's sorted by sales + streaming
Q: What are pure sales?
A: Pure sales are purchases of the album (itunes, amazon, physicals, etc)
Q: Where is X album?
A: Only albums that make the top 50 in sales+streaming for their debut week are counted
Q: Why do some albums show exact sales numbers while others do not?
A: The albums that do not show exact numbers are the ones that have had sales corrections from Billboard
Q: Aren't those numbers kind of low for Childish Gambino?
A: Childish Gambino's "3.15.20" officially released on a Sunday, a week after it was premiered on his website, this caused him to lose out on two days of sales as well as losing some interest due to the delayed release.
Q: Where can I find last year's list?
A: 2019 list, 2018 list, 2017 list, 2016 list
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2020.10.30 19:40 Andalib_Odulate Ranking every return player by average finishing position.

If it is a tie the position they finished in their first season then second and so on will break the tie. Then by whether its FTC then by whether it was a finale 2 or 3 and then cast size and then if they played with family or not. (For Ben I put him at 4th/5th because he was going home until the unknown twist saved him and Natalie at 1st/20th because Edge of Extinction is being counted as eliminated to avoid skewing the stats)
  1. Michele- 2nd (1st/3rd)
  2. Spencer- 3rd (4th/2nd)
  3. Denise- 3.5 (1st/6th)
  4. Tai- 3.5 (3rd/4th)
  5. Nick- 4th (1st/7th)
  6. Tasha- 4th (6th/2nd)
  7. Danielle- 4.5 (2nd/7th)
  8. Ben- 4.5 (4th/5th(Harder cast)
  9. Keith- 4.5 (4th/5th(20 person cast)
  10. Big Tom- 4.5 (4th/5th(18 person cast)
  11. Cochran- 4.5 (8th/1st)
  12. Amanda K- 4.6 (3rd/2nd/9th)
  13. Kim- 5th (1st/9th)
  14. Erik R- 5th (5th/5th)
  15. Gervase- 5th (7th/3rd)
  16. Sarah- 5.3 (11th/1st/4th)
  17. Sophie- 5.5 (1st/10th)
  18. Natalie 5.5 (1st/20th)
  19. Stephen F- 5.5 (2nd/9th)
  20. Kathy- 5.5 (3rd/8th)
  21. Troyzan- 5.5 (8th/3rd(20 person cast)
  22. Jenna Lewis- 5.5 (8th/3rd(18 person cast)
  23. Aras- 6th (1st/11th)
  24. Phillip- 6th (2nd/10th)
  25. Lex- 6th (3rd/9th)
  26. Abi-Maria- 6th (5th/7th)
  27. Parvati- 6th (6th/1st/2nd/15th)
  28. Dawn- 6th (10th/2nd)
  29. Colby- 6.3 (2nd/12th/5th)
  30. Kelly W-6.5 (2nd (final 2)/11th)
  31. Adam- 6.5 (1st/12th)
  32. Courtney- 6.5 (2nd (final 3)/11th)
  33. Michael S- 6.5 (11th/2nd)
  34. Andrea- 6.6 (5th/7th/8th)
  35. Wendell- 7th (1st/13th)
  36. Tony- 7th (1st/19th/1st)
  37. Ozzy- 7th (2nd/9th/4th/12th)
  38. Eliza- 7th (4th/10th)
  39. Sierra- 7th (5th/9th)
  40. Russell H- 7.3 (2nd/3rd/17th)
  41. Aubry- 7.3 (2nd/5th/16th)
  42. Jerry- 7.3 (8th/10th/4th)
  43. Richard- 7.5 (1st/14th)
  44. Cirie- 7.5 (4th/3rd/17th/6th)
  45. David W- 7.5 (4th/11th)
  46. Tina- 7.6 (1st/18th/4th)
  47. Woo- 8th (2nd/14th)
  48. Kass- 8th (3rd/13th)
  49. Alicia- 8th (9th/7th)
  50. Brenda- 8th (10th/6th(not playing with a loved one)
  51. Laura M- 8th (10th/6th(cast of 20)
  52. Shii Ann- 8th (10th/6th(cast of 18)
  53. Monica C- 8th (14th/2nd)
  54. Sandra- 8.25 (1st/1st/15th/16th)
  55. Ciera- 8.3 (5th/10th/20th)
  56. Tom W- 8.5 (1st/16th)
  57. Jenna 8.5 (1st/16th(quit)
  58. Sue- 8.5 (4th/13th(quit)
  59. Ami C- 8.5 (6th/11th)
  60. Brad- 8.5 (15th/2nd)
  61. Boston Rob- 8.6 (10th/2nd/13th/1st/17th)
  62. Tyson- 8.75 (8th/15th/1st/11th)
  63. JT- 9th (1st/10th/16th)
  64. Terry- 9th (3rd/15th(20 person cast)
  65. Rob C- 9th (3rd/15th(18 person cast)
  66. Kimmi K- 9th (12th/8th)
  67. Kelley W- 9th (14th/4th)
  68. Stephenie L- 9.3 (7th/2nd/19th)
  69. James- 9.3 (7th/7th/14th)
  70. Coach- 9.5 (5th/12th/2nd)
  71. Corinne- 9.5 (7th/12th)
  72. Rupert 9.5 (8th/4th/6th/20th)
  73. Zeke- 9.5 (9th/10th)
  74. Jeremy- 9.5 (10th/1st/8th)
  75. Bobby John- 9.5 (10th/9th)
  76. Jonathan P- 9.6 (7th/15th/7th)
  77. Ethan- 10th (1st/11th/18th)
  78. Danni- 10th (1st/19th)
  79. Rudy- 10th (3rd/17th)
  80. Malcolm- 10th (4th/9th/17th)
  81. Debbie- 10th (9th/11th)
  82. Brandon H- 10.5 (6th/15th)
  83. Kat- 10.5 (7th/14th)
  84. Michaela- 10.5 (14th/7th)
  85. Candice- 10.6 (8th/8th/16th)
  86. Joe A- 10.6 (10th/8th/14th)
  87. Yau-Man 11th (4th/18th)
  88. Andrew S-11th (10th/12th)
  89. Sugar- 11.5 (3rd(FTC)/20th)
  90. Fairplay- 11.5 (3rd/20th)
  91. Peih-Gee- 11.5 (5th/18th)
  92. Monica P- 11.5 (7th/16th)
  93. Hali- 12th (11th/13th)
  94. Amber- 12.3 (6th/1st/20th)
  95. Randy- 13th (8th/18th)
  96. Shirin- 13.5 (8th/19th)
  97. Jeff V- 13.6 (10th/17th/14th)
  98. Russell S- 14.5 (14th/15th)
  99. Vytas- 15th- (10th/20th)
  100. Colton- 16th (13th/19th)
  101. Caleb- 16.5 (15th/18th)
  102. Francesca- 19th (18th/20th)
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2020.10.30 18:32 John_Charles_Fremont /r/neoliberal elects the American Presidents - Part 56, Trump v Clinton in 2016

Previous editions:
(All strawpoll results counted as of the next post made)
Part 1, Adams v Jefferson in 1796 - Adams wins with 68% of the vote
Part 2, Adams v Jefferson in 1800 - Jefferson wins with 58% of the vote
Part 3, Jefferson v Pinckney in 1804 - Jefferson wins with 57% of the vote
Part 4, Madison v Pinckney (with George Clinton protest) in 1808 - Pinckney wins with 45% of the vote
Part 5, Madison v (DeWitt) Clinton in 1812 - Clinton wins with 80% of the vote
Part 6, Monroe v King in 1816 - Monroe wins with 51% of the vote
Part 7, Monroe and an Era of Meta Feelings in 1820 - Monroe wins with 100% of the vote
Part 8, Democratic-Republican Thunderdome in 1824 - Adams wins with 55% of the vote
Part 9, Adams v Jackson in 1828 - Adams wins with 94% of the vote
Part 10, Jackson v Clay (v Wirt) in 1832 - Clay wins with 53% of the vote
Part 11, Van Buren v The Whigs in 1836 - Whigs win with 87% of the vote, Webster elected
Part 12, Van Buren v Harrison in 1840 - Harrison wins with 90% of the vote
Part 13, Polk v Clay in 1844 - Polk wins with 59% of the vote
Part 14, Taylor v Cass in 1848 - Taylor wins with 44% of the vote (see special rules)
Part 15, Pierce v Scott in 1852 - Scott wins with 78% of the vote
Part 16, Buchanan v Frémont v Fillmore in 1856 - Frémont wins with 95% of the vote
Part 17, Peculiar Thunderdome in 1860 - Lincoln wins with 90% of the vote.
Part 18, Lincoln v McClellan in 1864 - Lincoln wins with 97% of the vote.
Part 19, Grant v Seymour in 1868 - Grant wins with 97% of the vote.
Part 20, Grant v Greeley in 1872 - Grant wins with 96% of the vote.
Part 21, Hayes v Tilden in 1876 - Hayes wins with 87% of the vote.
Part 22, Garfield v Hancock in 1880 - Garfield wins with 67% of the vote.
Part 23, Cleveland v Blaine in 1884 - Cleveland wins with 53% of the vote.
Part 24, Cleveland v Harrison in 1888 - Harrison wins with 64% of the vote.
Part 25, Cleveland v Harrison v Weaver in 1892 - Harrison wins with 57% of the vote
Part 26, McKinley v Bryan in 1896 - McKinley wins with 71% of the vote
Part 27, McKinley v Bryan in 1900 - Bryan wins with 55% of the vote
Part 28, Roosevelt v Parker in 1904 - Roosevelt wins with 71% of the vote
Part 29, Taft v Bryan in 1908 - Taft wins with 64% of the vote
Part 30, Taft v Wilson v Roosevelt in 1912 - Roosevelt wins with 81% of the vote
Part 31, Wilson v Hughes in 1916 - Hughes wins with 62% of the vote
Part 32, Harding v Cox in 1920 - Cox wins with 68% of the vote
Part 33, Coolidge v Davis v La Follette in 1924 - Davis wins with 47% of the vote
Part 34, Hoover v Smith in 1928 - Hoover wins with 50.2% of the vote
Part 35, Hoover v Roosevelt in 1932 - Roosevelt wins with 85% of the vote
Part 36, Landon v Roosevelt in 1936 - Roosevelt wins with 75% of the vote
Part 37, Willkie v Roosevelt in 1940 - Roosevelt wins with 56% of the vote
Part 38, Dewey v Roosevelt in 1944 - Dewey wins with 50.2% of the vote
Part 39, Dewey v Truman in 1948 - Truman wins with 65% of the vote
Part 40, Eisenhower v Stevenson in 1952 - Eisenhower wins with 69% of the vote
Part 41, Eisenhower v Stevenson in 1956 - Eisenhower wins with 60% of the vote
Part 42, Kennedy v Nixon in 1960 - Kennedy wins with 63% of the vote
Part 43, Johnson v Goldwater in 1964 - Johnson wins with 87% of the vote
Part 44, Nixon v Humphrey in 1968 - Humphrey wins with 60% of the vote
Part 45, Nixon v McGovern in 1972 - Nixon wins with 56% of the vote
Part 46, Carter v Ford in 1976 - Carter wins with 71% of the vote
Part 47 - Carter v Reagan v Anderson in 1980 - Carter wins with 44% of the vote
Part 48, Reagan v Mondale in 1984 - Mondale wins with 55% of the vote
Part 49, Bush v Dukakis in 1988 - Bush wins with 54% of the vote
Part 50, Bush v Clinton v Perot in 1992 - Clinton wins with 71% of the vote
Part 51, Clinton v Dole in 1996 - Clinton wins with 91% of the vote
Part 52, Bush v Gore in 2000 - Gore wins with 88% of the vote
Part 53, Bush v Kerry in 2004 - Kerry wins with 89% of the vote
Part 54, Obama v McCain in 2008 - Obama wins with 90% of the vote
Part 55, Obama v Romney in 2012 - Obama wins with 85% of the vote
Welcome back to the fifty-sixth edition of /neoliberal elects the American presidents!
This will be a fairly consistent weekly thing - every week, a new election, until we run out.
I highly encourage you - at least in terms of the vote you cast - to try to think from the perspective of the year the election was held, without knowing the future or how the next administration would go. I'm not going to be trying to enforce that, but feel free to remind fellow commenters of this distinction.
If you're really feeling hardcore, feel free to even speak in the present tense as if the election is truly upcoming!
Whether third and fourth candidates are considered "major" enough to include in the strawpoll will be largely at my discretion and depend on things like whether they were actually intending to run for President, and whether they wound up actually pulling in a meaningful amount of the popular vote and even electoral votes. I may also invoke special rules in how the results will be interpreted in certain elections to better approximate historical reality.
While I will always give some brief background info to spur the discussion, please don't hesitate to bring your own research and knowledge into the mix! There's no way I'll cover everything!
Hillary Clinton v Donald Trump, 2016
Profiles
  • Hillary Clinton is the 69-year-old Democratic candidate and the former Secretary of State. Her running mate is US Senator from Virginia Tim Kaine.
  • Donald Trump is the 70-year-old Republican candidate and the Chairman of The Trump Organization. His running mate is Indiana Governor Mike Pence.
Issues and Background
  • There has never a major party candidate in history quite like Donald Trump. Trump is a famous business mogul, primarily involved with real estate, who has existed as a living archetype of a super rich person for decades. His fame was heightened with the NBC reality TV show The Apprentice, which he hosted. In 2000, he sought the nomination of Ross Perot's Reform Party. Following this, he was a registered Democrat until 2009. Starting as early as the competitive primary he took part in, he has become known for controversial statements and proposals, including:
    • In December 2015, Trump called "for a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on." More recently, he has pivoted to supporting a ban on immigration from countries which "export terror" combined with "extreme vetting" of immigrants.
    • In July 2015, regarding Senator John McCain, Trump said, "He’s a war hero because he was captured. I like people that weren’t captured, OK?"
    • Also in July 2015, he gave out Senator Lindsay Graham's cell phone number to viewers of a rally.
    • During the primary, he said of Carly Fiorina, one of his competitors, "Look at that face! Would anyone vote for that?"
    • At a February 2016 primary debate, he said, "I would bring back waterboarding. And I’d bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding."
    • On the unemployment rate, Trump said, "the number’s probably 28, 29, as high as 35. In fact, I even heard recently 42 percent."
    • Asked on a morning show who his foreign policy consultants are, he said, "I’m speaking with myself, number one, because I have a very good brain and I’ve said a lot of things."
  • One of the most recent things that put Donald Trump in the news prior to his run for President was starting in 2011 when he questioned without evidence whether President Obama was born in the United States. He claimed to have sent investigators to Hawaii and said, "I have people that actually have been studying it and they cannot believe what they're finding." Trump also falsely claimed that Obama was secretly a Muslim. Following Obama's release of his long-form birth certificate, Trump claimed that an "extremely credible" source had contacted him to say the certificate was a fraud. He continued these claims until September of this year, when he acknowledged President Obama was born in the United States.
  • One of the issues that Trump has focused his campaign on is immigration, especially illegal immigration. In his 2015 announcement speech, he said:
    When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.
    Trump's plan for immigration is to build a wall along the southern border of the United States and "have Mexico pay for it," which his campaign says will be achieved by Trump threatening to cut off the flow of remittances from the US to Mexico. Hillary Clinton supports comprehensive immigration reform to "treat every person with dignity, fix the family visa backlog, uphold the rule of law, protect our borders and national security, and bring millions of hardworking people into the formal economy."
  • This year, conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died unexpectedly in his sleep. Senate Republicans quickly asserted that the seat should not be filled until after the presidential election. Nonetheless, President Obama nominated moderate Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court. Senate Majority Mitch McConnell has, with the support of the vast majority of his caucus, blocked any hearings on the nomination. This means Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will likely nominate a Supreme Court Justice as one of their first actions in office, though Senators Cruz and McCain have raised the possibility of blocking any nominee from Clinton as well.
  • In 2015, the Obama Administration announced the culmination of many years of negotiations to produce a trade liberalization agreement among twelve Pacific nations (notably excluding China) known as the TPP or Trans-Pacific Partnership. Hillary Clinton has supported free trade agreements in the past but not long after the final TPP text was released, she said the deal did not meet her standards. Trump has taken a more aggressive stance on the issue of trade and often brought it up on the campaign trail. Trump intends to not only withdraw from the TPP but renegotiate NAFTA and withdraw from NAFTA if a renegotiation is not agreed to, use the threat of tariffs to remedy trade disputes with China, and label China a currency manipulator.
  • Just a month ago, the Washington Post published a 2005 video of a conversation between Donald Trump and television host Billy Bush on a bus on the way to film an episode of Access Hollywood. Describing an attempt to seduce Bush's co-host, Trump said:
    I moved on her, and I failed. I'll admit it. I did try and fuck her. She was married. And I moved on her very heavily. In fact, I took her out furniture shopping. She wanted to get some furniture. I said, "I'll show you where they have some nice furniture." I took her out furniture—I moved on her like a bitch. But I couldn't get there. And she was married. Then all of a sudden I see her, she's now got the big phony tits and everything. She's totally changed her look.
    Describing an actress who they were to meet, Trump said:
    I better use some Tic Tacs just in case I start kissing her. You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It's like a magnet. Just kiss. I don't even wait. And when you're a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab 'em by the pussy. You can do anything.
    Trump has apologized and said he is not proud of his words, but has also downplayed the seriousness of the remarks, calling them "locker room banter" and regularly pivoting to criticism of the behavior of Hillary Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton.
    • Following the video, Trump's words were condemned by many, including many Republicans. Several Republican Senators including Kelly Ayotte, Mark Kirk, Mike Lee, Mike Crapo, John McCain, Cory Gardner, Lisa Murkowski, Ben Sasse, and John Thune have either withdrawn their support for Donald Trump or called for Pence to replace Trump at the top of the GOP ticket. Some of these individuals have softened their stance more recently.
    • At least 24 women have accused Trump of sexual misconduct spanning 30 years. Many of the accusations involve groping women without their permission. Trump denies the accusations.
  • Since 2011, Syria has been in a complex civil war. Bashar al-Assad's government continues to fight against a number of opposition groups, some aligned with each other and some not. Also involved in the conflict is the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, typically referred to as ISIS, an extreme Salafist proto-state controlling territory primarily in Syria and Iraq. In 2014, the Obama Administration led an international coalition in beginning direct targeted intervention against ISIS, primarily via airstrikes and supplying some of the entities fighting ISIS.
    • Hillary Clinton's plan for Syria and fighting ISIS is to establish a no-fly zone and on-the-ground safe zones to protect noncombatants, intensify the current air campaign, and offer more meaningful support for Kurdish allies.
    • Donald Trump has said that Hillary Clinton's proposed no-fly zone would start a third world war, has criticized Hillary Clinton and the Obama Administration for allegedly telegraphing their military plans ahead of time publicly, and has been less critical of Assad than Clinton, emphasizing, "Syria is fighting ISIS."
  • While leaving a 9/11 event, Clinton stumbled and slumped as she attempted to enter a vehicle to leave early, raising questions about Clinton's health. Her doctor has since said that she was treated for pneumonia and that she became dehydrated at the event. She has fully recovered.
  • Donald Trump has offered significant positive sentiment over the years regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin, at one point in 2013 tweeting, "will he become my new best friend?" During the campaign, he has said he would "get along very well" with Putin. When an interviewer brought up Putin allegedly ordering the killings of journalists, Trump said, "at least he's a leader, unlike what we have in this country ... I think our country does plenty of killing also." Russia has been under condemnation and new sanctions from major players in the international community the last couple years following its 2014 annexation of Crimea. Trump does not have a clear stance on Crimea.
  • This year, the Democratic National Committee as well as Clinton Campaign Chair John Podesta were hacked and had tens of thousands of emails stolen. These emails were given to Wikileaks which proceeded to leak the emails of the DNC (and Podesta) to the public in batches.
    • The US Intelligence Community has concluded that the Russian government is behind the hacks, saying:
      The U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of e-mails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organizations. The recent disclosures of alleged hacked e-mails on sites like DCLeaks.com and WikiLeaks and by the Guccifer 2.0 online persona are consistent with the methods and motivations of Russian-directed efforts. These thefts and disclosures are intended to interfere with the US election process. Such activity is not new to Moscow—the Russians have used similar tactics and techniques across Europe and Eurasia, for example, to influence public opinion there. We believe, based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only Russia's senior-most officials could have authorized these activities.
    • Even with the concerning origins, the content of the emails has been featured in a significant amount of media coverage, even making its way into multiple debate questions. Some of the DNC emails implied a breach of strict neutrality during the primary by the DNC, leading to the resignation of the DNC Chair and a formal apology to Bernie Sanders. Some of the Podesta emails suggested that Donna Brazile had attempted to give town hall questions in advance to the Clinton campaign on at least a couple of occasions.
    • Possibly the most discussed content from the email leaks is the collection of transcripts of a few of Clinton's paid speeches primarily to financial firms. One of the most discussed excerpts has been:
      That, I think, has probably been true for all of our history, and if you saw the Spielberg movie, Lincoln, and how he was maneuvering and working to get the 13th Amendment passed, and he called one of my favorite predecessors, Secretary Seward, who had been the governor and senator from New York, ran against Lincoln for president, and he told Seward, I need your help to get this done. And Seward called some of his lobbyist friends who knew how to make a deal, and they just kept going at it. I mean, politics is like sausage being made. It is unsavory, and it always has been that way, but we usually end up where we need to be. But if everybody's watching, you know, all of the back room discussions and the deals, you know, then people get a little nervous, to say the least. So, you need both a public and a private position. And finally, I think -- I believe in evidence-based decision making.
      Another much-discussed excerpt has been:
      My dream is a hemispheric common market, with open trade and open borders, some time in the future with energy that is as green and sustainable as we can get it, powering growth and opportunity for every person in the hemisphere.
  • As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton used a private email server rather than using official State Department email infrastructure. In May of this year, the State Department Inspector General released a report stating that Clinton "did not comply with the Department's policies." In 2014, Clinton's Chief of Staff instructed Clinton's computer services provider to, following the archival and preservation of all work-related emails, allow all other 31,830 emails to be automatically deleted. Following a subpoena from the Select Committee on Benghazi, a technician at Clinton's computer services provider realized he had never actually deleted the emails, and then proceeded to delete them. Donald Trump has repeatedly in speeches and debates referenced the "30,000 emails," asking about what is in them and why they were deleted.
    • In 2015, based on a referral from the State Department inspector generals, the FBI began investigating how classified information was handled in the context of Clinton's email server. Clinton has said with regard to her personal server, "I never sent or received any classified material." In July of this year, James Comey announced the conclusion of the FBI investigation, saying, "although there is evidence of potential violations of the statutes regarding the handling of classified information, our judgment is that no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case." He also said there is evidence that Clinton and her team were "extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information."
    • In a July news conference, Trump said, "Russia, if you’re listening — I hope you are able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing. I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. Let’s see if that happens."
    • In the context of an FBI probe of former Congressman Anthony Wiener's alleged sexting with an underage girl, new emails to and from Hillary Clinton during her time as Secretary of State were discovered. This was announced in a letter from James Comey on October 28th to Congress committee chairs, and was widely interpreted that day as a "reopening" of the Clinton emails investigation. However, just two days ago, on November 6th, Comey sent another letter stating that the FBI had reviewed all the relevant communications and that "we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July."
  • At a September fundraising event, Clinton made the following comments:
    You know, to just be grossly generalistic, you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables. Right? They're racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic – you name it. And unfortunately, there are people like that. And he has lifted them up. He has given voice to their websites that used to only have 11,000 people – now have 11 million. ... Now, some of those folks – they are irredeemable, but thankfully, they are not America.
    But the other basket ... that other basket of people are people who feel the government has let them down, the economy has let them down, nobody cares about them, nobody worries about what happens to their lives and their futures; and they're just desperate for change. It doesn't really even matter where it comes from. They don't buy everything he says, but – he seems to hold out some hope that their lives will be different. They won't wake up and see their jobs disappear, lose a kid to heroin, feel like they're in a dead-end. Those are people we have to understand and empathize with as well.
    Clinton has since expressed regret for saying specifically that "half" of Trump's supporters are deplorable. The Trump campaign and Trump himself have sharply criticized Clinton for the comments, and many of Trump's supporters have reappropriated the "deplorable" label for themselves.
  • In 2005, Donald Trump launched "Trump University," which ceased operations in 2011 amid scandal and complaints. Even since then, it has been the focus of multiple lawsuits. In June of this year, Trump made the unsubstantiated claim that Judge Gonzalo Curiel has "an absolute conflict" in litigation related to Trump University because he is "of Mexican heritage."
Debate Excerpts
First Presidential Debate (full transcript)
(1) Clinton on tax policy:
We also, though, need to have a tax system that rewards work and not just financial transactions. And the kind of plan that Donald has put forth would be trickle-down economics all over again. In fact, it would be the most extreme version, the biggest tax cuts for the top percent of the people in this country than we've ever had. I call it trumped-up trickle-down, because that's exactly what it would be. That is not how we grow the economy.
(2) Trump on trade:
You go to New England, you go to Ohio, Pennsylvania, you go anywhere you want, Secretary Clinton, and you will see devastation where manufacture is down 30, 40, sometimes 50 percent. NAFTA is the worst trade deal maybe ever signed anywhere, but certainly ever signed in this country.
(3) Clinton on Russian cyberattacks:
I know Donald's very praiseworthy of Vladimir Putin, but Putin is playing a really tough, long game here. And one of the things he's done is to let loose cyber attackers to hack into government files, to hack into personal files, hack into the Democratic National Committee. And we recently have learned that, you know, that this is one of their preferred methods of trying to wreak havoc and collect information. We need to make it very clear—whether it's Russia, China, Iran or anybody else—the United States has much greater capacity. And we are not going to sit idly by and permit state actors to go after our information, our private-sector information or our public-sector information.
(4) Trump on Russian cyberattacks:
As far as the cyber, I agree to parts of what Secretary Clinton said. We should be better than anybody else, and perhaps we're not. I don't think anybody knows it was Russia that broke into the DNC. She's saying Russia, Russia, Russia, but I don't—maybe it was. I mean, it could be Russia, but it could also be China. It could also be lots of other people. It also could be somebody sitting on their bed that weighs 400 pounds, OK? You don't know who broke in to DNC. But what did we learn with DNC? We learned that Bernie Sanders was taken advantage of by your people, by Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Look what happened to her. But Bernie Sanders was taken advantage of. That's what we learned.
Vice-Presidential Debate (full transcript)
(no excerpts provided)
Second Presidential Debate (Town Hall) (full transcript)
(1) Trump on the Access Hollywood tape:
Yes, I'm very embarrassed by it. I hate it. But it's locker room talk, and it's one of those things. I will knock the hell out of ISIS. We're going to defeat ISIS. ISIS happened a number of years ago in a vacuum that was left because of bad judgment. And I will tell you, I will take care of ISIS.
(2) Clinton responding to Trump claim that she attacked Bill Clinton's accusers:
Well, first, let me start by saying that so much of what he's just said is not right, but he gets to run his campaign any way he chooses. He gets to decide what he wants to talk about. Instead of answering people's questions, talking about our agenda, laying out the plans that we have that we think can make a better life and a better country, that's his choice. When I hear something like that, I am reminded of what my friend, Michelle Obama, advised us all: When they go low, you go high.
(3) Trump on Clinton's emails:
You know, it's amazing. I'm watching Hillary go over facts. And she's going after fact after fact, and she's lying again, because she said she—you know, what she did with the e-mail was fine. You think it was fine to delete 33,000 e-mails? I don't think so. She said the 33,000 e-mails had to do with her daughter's wedding, number one, and a yoga class. Well, maybe we'll give three or three or four or five or something. 33,000 e-mails deleted, and now she's saying there wasn't anything wrong.
(4) Clinton on health care:
So I want very much to save what works and is good about the Affordable Care Act. But we've got to get costs down. We've got to provide additional help to small businesses so that they can afford to provide health insurance. But if we repeal it, as Donald has proposed, and start over again, all of those benefits I just mentioned are lost to everybody, not just people who get their health insurance on the exchange. And then we would have to start all over again.
(5) Trump on immigration:
ICE just endorsed me. They've never endorsed a presidential candidate. The Border Patrol agents, 16,500, just recently endorsed me, and they endorsed me because I understand the border. She doesn't. She wants amnesty for everybody. Come right in. Come right over. It's a horrible thing she's doing. She's got bad judgment, and honestly, so bad that she should never be president of the United States. That I can tell you.
(6) Clinton/Trump exchange on the rule of law:
CLINTON: ... I told people that it would be impossible to be fact-checking Donald all the time. I'd never get to talk about anything I want to do and how we're going to really make lives better for people.
Stro, once again, go to HillaryClinton.com. We have literally Trump—you can fact check him in real time. Last time at the first debate, we had millions of people fact checking, so I expect we'll have millions more fact checking, because, you know, it is—it's just awfully good that someone with the temperament of Donald Trump is not in charge of the law in our country.
TRUMP: Because you'd be in jail.
(7) Trump on one positive thing he respects about Clinton:
I will say this about Hillary. She doesn't quit. She doesn't give up. I respect that. I tell it like it is. She's a fighter. I disagree with much of what she's fighting for. I do disagree with her judgment in many cases. But she does fight hard, and she doesn't quit, and she doesn't give up. And I consider that to be a very good trait.
Third Presidential Debate (full transcript)
(1) Clinton on whether the Wikileaks excerpts suggest she wants open borders:
Well, if you went on to read the rest of the sentence, I was talking about energy. You know, we trade more energy with our neighbors than we trade with the rest of the world combined. And I do want us to have an electric grid, an energy system that crosses borders. I think that would be a great benefit to us.
(2) Trump on Putin:
I never met Putin. This is not my best friend. But if the United States got along with Russia, wouldn't be so bad. Let me tell you, Putin has outsmarted her and Obama at every single step of the way. Whether it's Syria, you name it. Missiles. Take a look at the "start up" that they signed. The Russians have said, according to many, many reports, I can't believe they allowed us to do this. They create warheads, and we can't. The Russians can't believe it. She has been outsmarted by Putin.
(3) Clinton on her experience versus Trump's:
But I think it's really an important issue. He raised the 30 years of experience, so let me just talk briefly about that. You know, back in the 1970s, I worked for the Children's Defense Fund. And I was taking on discrimination against African-American kids in schools. He was getting sued by the Justice Department for racial discrimination in his apartment buildings. In the 1980s, I was working to reform the schools in Arkansas. He was borrowing $14 million from his father to start his businesses. In the 1990s, I went to Beijing and I said women's rights are human rights. He insulted a former Miss Universe, Alicia Machado, called her an eating machine.
(4) Trump on the Clinton Foundation:
It's a criminal enterprise. Saudi Arabia giving $25 million, Qatar, all of these countries. You talk about women and women's rights? So these are people that push gays off business—off buildings. These are people that kill women and treat women horribly. And yet you take their money. So I'd like to ask you right now, why don't you give back the money that you've taken from certain countries that treat certain groups of people so horribly? Why don't you give back the money? I think it would be a great gesture.
(5) Clinton on the Clinton Foundation:
Well, very quickly, we at the Clinton Foundation spend 90 percent—90 percent of all the money that is donated on behalf of programs of people around the world and in our own country. I'm very proud of that. We have the highest rating from the watchdogs that follow foundations. And I'd be happy to compare what we do with the Trump Foundation, which took money from other people and bought a six- foot portrait of Donald. I mean, who does that?
Platforms
Read the full 2016 Republican platform here.
Read the full 2016 Democratic platform here.
Internet Resources
Clinton/Kaine website
Trump/Pence website
Videos
Debates
First Presidential Debate
Vice-Presidential Debate
Second Presidential Debate (Town Hall)
Third Presidential Debate
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Strawpoll
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2020.10.30 18:10 iMiscellaneous2 The Top 500 most influential people of all-time according to Pantheon

Pantheon is a site by MIT that uses Wikipedia pages to create a formula to determine an individuals historical significance. The site has ranked over 70,000 people. Here is a page detailing how the formula works

Here are the top 500 People of all-time

500: Deng Xiaoping
499: Johan Cruyff
498: Pope Gregory I
497: Marquis de Sade
496: Stan Lee
495: Mark Antony
494: Rabindranath Tagore
493: Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria
492: Henri Becquerel
491: Bayezid II
490: William Wallace
489: James Joyce
488: Morgan Freeman
487: Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden
486: Wallis Simpson
485: Stefan Zweig
484: Al-Ghazali
483: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
482: Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor
481: Akbar
480: Abdul Hamid II
479: Pierre de Fermat
478: Origen
477: Jan van Eyck
476: Uthman
475: Kösem Sultan
474: Benedict of Nursia
473: Michel de Montaigne
472: Pope Clement VII
471: Josef Mengele
470: Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor
469: Gabriel García Márquez
468: Al-Farabi
467: Umberto Eco
466: John Wilkes Booth
465: Amenhotep III
464: Kim Jong-il
463: Pol Pot
462: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres
461: Elizabeth Báthory
460: Janis Joplin
459: Marlon Brando
458: Vespasian
457: Sappho
456: Pope Alexander VI
455: Adolf Eichmann
454: Angela Merkel
453: Isaac
452: Igor Stravinsky
451: Philip IV of France
450: Auguste Rodin
449: Hermann Göring
448: Mehmed III
447: Al Pacino
446: Ernest Rutherford
445: Francis Drake
444: Fibonacci
443: Ingmar Bergman
442: Ruhollah Khomeini
441: Husayn ibn Ali
440: Anne Boleyn
439: Claudius
438: Gustave Eiffel
437: Maria Montessori
436: Gian Lorenzo Bernini
435: Bartholomew the Apostle
434: Bertrand Russell
433: Eugène Delacroix
432: Murad I
431: Stanley Kubrick
430: Martin Luther King Jr.
429: Howard Hughes
428: Hokusai
427: Ignatius of Loyola
426: 14th Dalai Lama
425: Cardinal Richelieu
424: Jonah
423: Muammar Gaddafi
422: Michel Foucault
421: Friedrich Schiller
420: Pope Pius XII
419: Marlene Dietrich
418: Matsuo Bashō
417: Piet Mondrian
416: Guglielmo Marconi
415: Pope John Paul I
414: Wassily Kandinsky
413: Lord Byron
412: Louis XIII of France
411: Pierre Curie
410: Thomas More
409: Ludwig Wittgenstein
408: André-Marie Ampère
407: Grigori Rasputin
406: Xerxes I
405: Charles Baudelaire
404: Thucydides
403: James Clerk Maxwell
402: Jane Austen
401: Pope Paul VI
400: Isabella I of Castile
399: Zheng He
398: Brigitte Bardot
397: Pierre-Auguste Renoir
396: Clint Eastwood
395: Osman I
394: Émile Durkheim
393: Wilhelm II, German Emperor
392: Giacomo Casanova
391: Florence Nightingale
390: Galen
389: Auguste Comte
388: Pope Benedict XVI
387: Bayezid I
386: Édouard Manet
385: Euripides
384: Plutarch
383: Pope John XXIII
382: Denis Diderot
381: Pepin the Short
380: Democritus
379: Pablo Escobar
378: Skanderbeg
377: Anthony of Padua
376: Simone de Beauvoir
375: Diogenes
374: Erwin Rommel
373: Aristophanes
372: Philip II of Spain
371: John the Apostle
370: Herod the Great
369: Tiberius
368: Henry Dunant
367: Rajneesh
366: Sun Tzu
365: Catherine de' Medici
364: Ivan Pavlov
363: Theodosius I
362: Abu Bakr
361: Charles Martel
360: Paracelsus
359: Henry Ford
358: Leonid Brezhnev
357: Boris Yeltsin
356: Émile Zola
355: Murad III
354: Carl Jung
353: Darius the Great
352: Antonín Dvořák
351: Edvard Grieg
350: Yasser Arafat
349: Ashoka
348: Cher
347: Mary I of England
346: Max Planck
345: David Hume
344: Audrey Hepburn
343: F. Scott Fitzgerald
342: Eratosthenes
341: Hieronymus Bosch
340: Daniel Defoe
339: Alexander Fleming
338: Ibn Khaldun
337: Giacomo Puccini
336: Michael Jackson
335: Karl Benz
334: Niels Bohr
333: Hypatia
332: Hadrian
331: Martin Heidegger
330: Mimar Sinan
329: Édith Piaf
328: Murad IV
327: Lorenzo de' Medici
326: Rumi
325: Alexander Graham Bell
324: Chiang Kai-shek
323: Thomas Mann
322: Oscar Wilde
321: Philip II of Macedon
320: Hermann Hesse
319: Bartolomeu Dias
318: Søren Kierkegaard
317: Aeschylus
316: El Greco
315: John Maynard Keynes
314: Ibn Battuta
313: Arthur Conan Doyle
312: Astrid Lindgren
311: Akihito
310: James, son of Zebedee
309: George Orwell
308: Pieter Bruegel the Elder
307: Donatello
306: Alain Delon
305: Henry IV of France
304: Ahmed I
303: Louis XV of France
302: Antoine Lavoisier
301: Henrik Ibsen
300: Heinrich Himmler
299: Alessandro Volta
298: Walt Disney
297: Franklin D. Roosevelt
296: Diocletian
295: Gregor Mendel
294: Niccolò Paganini
293: Saint Nicholas
292: Marcel Proust
291: Nebuchadnezzar II
290: Gustav Klimt
289: Margaret Thatcher
288: Hirohito
287: Alfred Hitchcock
286: Averroes
285: Stendhal
284: Mary II of England
283: Alan Turing
282: Napoleon III
281: Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor
280: Vladimir Putin
279: Laozi
278: Titian
277: Coco Chanel
276: John Lennon
275: Empress Elisabeth of Austria
274: Henri Matisse
273: Robert Schumann
272: Mother Teresa
271: Andrew the Apostle
270: Giuseppe Garibaldi
269: Hernán Cortés
268: Benjamin Franklin
267: Paul Cézanne
266: Horace
265: Mehmed the Conqueror
264: Pontius Pilate
263: Miguel de Cervantes
262: Ali
261: George Wahsington
260: Richard I of England
259: Giovanni Boccaccio
258: Jan Hus
257: Matthew the Apostle
256: Ivan the Terrible
255: Henry Kissinger
254: Karl Lagerfeld
253: Bruce Lee
252: Kim Il-sung
251: Rosa Luxemburg
250: Selim I
249: Omar Khayyam
248: Johannes Brahms
247: Francisco Franco
246: Trajan
245: Nicholas II of Russia
244: Neil Armstrong
243: Friedrich Engels
242: Alexandre Dumas
241: Alexander Pushkin
240: James K. Polk
239: Nicolae Ceaușescu
238: Saddam Hussein
237: Agatha Christie
236: Thales of Miletus
235: John Calvin
234: Gustav Mahler
233: Franz Liszt
232: Justinian I
231: Hammurabi
230: Erasmus
229: Saint Joseph
228: Mark Twain
227: Selim II
226: Steven Spielberg
225: Diego Velázquez
224: Malcolm X
223: Nikita Khrushchev
222: Charles Dickens
221: Pericles
220: Franz Joseph I of Austria
219: Paul Gauguin
218: Sandro Botticelli
217: James Cook
216: Mary, Queen of Scots
215: Henry VIII of England
214: Ptolemy
213: Pocahontas
212: Spartacus
211: Anne Frank
210: Elvis Presley
209: John F. Kennedy
208: Johannes Vermeer
207: Petrarch
206: Amerigo Vespucci
205: Roald Amundsen
204: Hillary Clinton
203: Marcus Aurelius
202: Akhenaten
201: Albert Camus
200: Heraclitus
199: Josip Broz Tito
198: Ovid
197: Le Corbusier
196: Martin Van Buren
195: Ernest Hemingway
194: Edvard Munch
193: Caligula
192: Marie Antoinette
191: Michael Faraday
190: Freddie Mercury
189: Arthur Schopenhauer
188: Charles de Gaulle
187: Catherine the Great
186: Huang Xianfan
185: Ramesses II
184: Fidel Castro
183: Leon Trotsky
182: Thomas Hobbes
181: Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
180: Aesop
179: Bob Marley
178: Max Weber
177: Peter the Great
176: Sophocles
175: Leonhard Euler
174: Vlad the Impaler
173: Honoré de Balzac
172: Francisco Goya
171: Hurrem Sultan
170: Epicurus
169: Louis XVI of France
168: Aaron
167: Montesquieu
166: Antoni Gaudí
165: Elijah
164: Ronald Reagan
163: Dmitri Mendeleev
162: Caravaggio
161: George Frideric Handel
160: Qin Shi Huang
159: Sylvester Stallone
158: Judas Iscariot
157: Seneca the Younger
156: Mary Magdalene
155: Commodus
154: Pelé
153: Anton Chekhov
152: Jean-Paul Sartre
151: Francis of Assisi
150: Jacob
149: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
148: Nostradamus
147: Richard III of England
146: Maria Theresa
145: Umar
144: Jack the Ripper
143: Queen Victoria
142: Nefertiti
141: Saint George
140: Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
139: Yuri Gagarin
138: Franz Schubert
137: Mikhail Gorbachev
136: Joseph
135: Giordano Bruno
134: Jules Verne
133: James Watt
132: Joseph Haydn
131: Claude Monet
130: Peter Paul Rubens
129: Nero
128: Baruch Spinoza
127: Stephen Hawking
126: Louis Pasteur
125: Pope John Paul II
124: Euclid
123: Marilyn Monroe
122: Virgil
121: Richard Wagner
120: John Locke
119: Abraham Lincoln
118: Winston Churchill
117: Giuseppe Verdi
116: Thomas Aquinas
115: Albrecht Dürer
114: Cicero
113: Frida Kahlo
112: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
111: Attila
110: Mao Zedong
109: Edgar Allan Poe
108: Johannes Kepler
107: Carl Friedrich Gauss
106: Otto von Bismarck
105: Constantine the Great
104: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
103: Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi
102: Suleiman the Magnificent
101: Molière
100: Zoroaster
99: Francis Bacon
98: Benito Mussolini
97: Hannibal
96: Leo Tolstoy
95: Alfred Nobel
94: Hippocrates
93: Franz Kafka
92: Blaise Pascal
91: Augustine of Hippo
90: Herodotus
89: David
88: Solomon
87: Cleopatra
86: Victor Hugo
85: Muhammad Ali
84: John the Baptist
83: Carl Linnaeus
82: Tutankhamun
81: Saladin
80: Niccolò Machiavelli
79: Voltaire
78: Charlie Chaplin
77: Jimmy Carter
76: J. R. R. Tolkien
75: Antonio Vivaldi
74: Hans Christian Andersen
73: Salvador Dalí
72: Elizabeth I of England
71: Timur
70: Fyodor Dostoevsky
69: Friedrich Nietzsche
68: Mahatma Gandhi
67: Nikola Tesla
66: Johannes Gutenberg
65: Adam Smith
64: Paul the Apostle
63: Charlemagne
62: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
61: Jean-Jacques Rousseau
60: Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
59: Raphael
58: Avicenna
57: Frédéric Chopin
56: Marie Curie
55: Nelson Mandela
54: Thomas Edison
53: Pythagoras
52: René Descartes
51: Vladimir Lenin
50: Sigmund Freud
49: Augustus
48: Thomas Jefferson
47: Pope Francis
46: Homer
45: Vasco da Gama
44: Elizabeth II
43: Immanuel Kant
42: Rembrandt
41: Mary, mother of Jesus
40: Pablo Picasso
39: Joseph Stalin
38: Joan of Arc
37: Louis XIV of France
36: Che Guevara
35: Ferdinand Magellan
34: Charles Darwin
33: Dante Alighieri
32: Nicolaus Copernicus
31: Abraham
30: Karl Marx
29: Moses
28: Vincent van Gogh
27: Saint Peter
26: Martin Luther
25: Archimedes
24: Confucius
23: Johann Sebastian Bach
22: Gautama Buddha
21: Michelangelo
20: William Shakespeare
19: Donald Trump
18: Julius Caesar
17: Socrates
16: Galileo Galilei
15: Albert Einstein
14: Aristotle
13: Christopher Columbus
12: Marco Polo
11: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
10: Plato
9: Adolf Hitler
8: Napoleon
7: Alexander the Great
6: Ludwig van Beethoven
5: Isaac Newton
4: Genghis Khan
3: Leonardo da Vinci
2: Jesus
1: Muhammad
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2020.10.30 17:27 Chtorrr Happy Halloween! Here are 100 free ebooks of ghost stories from Project Gutenberg. Please share and enjoy

Project Gutenberg is a great online resource for free public domain ebooks. These books are mostly older text since they are no longer under copyright.
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2020.10.30 09:04 gloomshot_bot Daily Minecraft Highlights: XQC THANKS ADEPT FOR HIS SPAGHETTI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xWdFSs0KsAM
Clip # Title Author Curator Score Direct Link
#1 [00:00] "xQc thanks adept for his spaghetti" xqcow poker_enthusiast 0.89740128 [CLICK]
#2 [00:26] "exqi booter" oYoshii None 0.759 [CLICK]
#3 [00:42] "Giant pleb move...." thewildnate thewildnate 0.2155 [CLICK]
#4 [00:54] "baba booey" FoxWithSock None 0.25 [CLICK]
#5 [01:02] xqcow mreldfhv 0.11291999999999999 [CLICK]
#6 [02:01] "I killed the dragon :o" FinJtiny None 0.209 [CLICK]
#7 [02:20] "Melina wants Destiny's attention" destiny monsieurg 0.0265 [CLICK]
#8 [02:33] "U SUCK ASS BOY" Mike BrutalRegime None 0.198 [CLICK]
#9 [02:56] "xqc on his first gangbang" xqcow thedjinster 0.09719999999999998 [CLICK]
#10 [03:08] "Encueradah Encueradoh teaming" moodz4070 None 0 [CLICK]
#11 [03:16] "moyo avatar" mizkif m8ur87 0.0242 [CLICK]
#12 [04:09] "nice combo john" euminn None 0 [CLICK]
#13 [04:17] "mcc george colorblind" tommyinnit tubbosfeet 0.0206 [CLICK]
#14 [04:36] "So Long Wicked" notbacon None 0 [CLICK]
#15 [05:07] "lol" oRxce None 0 [CLICK]
#16 [05:19] "nutter" mizkif littledavies1357 0.0179 [CLICK]
#17 [05:53] "Big Brain Moment Volume" FireZaunch None 0 [CLICK]
#18 [06:22] "can't nut anymore (CAUGHT BY GIRLFRIEND)" mizkif virusdobevibin 0.017 [CLICK]
#19 [06:48] "my minecraft server" megapluto8 None 0 [CLICK]
#20 [07:17] "LMAOOOO IM DONE" xqcow braixxenn 0.04871999999999999 [CLICK]
#21 [07:43] "send this to your short friend" vsynkz None 0 [CLICK]
#22 [07:53] "XQC wonders what happened " xqcow teflonslam 0.0464 [CLICK]
#23 [08:05] "probably my only good wall run clip tbh" oojie None 0 [CLICK]
#24 [08:18] "Goated Seed Thrown Sadge" xqcow muchskillmanywow 0.0454 [CLICK]
#25 [08:35] "river you noob" helloween None 0 [CLICK]
#26 [08:50] "XQC MALD" xqcow evoqu_ 0.0306 [CLICK]
#27 [09:15] "some nice Blockhits" cykronix None 0 [CLICK]
#28 [09:34] "Its A f**cking Brawl" xqcow simpconsumer 0.0252 [CLICK]
#29 [09:46] "Legit or not?" SozBad None 0 [CLICK]
#30 [10:16] "Choking every God Tier run" xqcow jaydenb_2k20 0.0209 [CLICK]
#31 [11:16] "cMig" N0BZEN None 0 [CLICK]
#32 [11:35] "Very unlucky moment for xQc during speedrun" xqcow smackbauz 0.0205 [CLICK]
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2020.10.30 04:34 DesiAlexa RDT YouTube Playlist - October 30, 2020

No. Requested_by VIDEO OP's Remark
1 Iamthe_none RSS/BJP's GOBAR politics ft. Munnabhai MBBS - भाजपा की गोबर राजनीति None
2 Iamthe_none Ghar aaja pardeshi tera desh bulaye re None
3 Iamthe_none Saaiyaan - Full Song - Ta Ra Rum Pum - Saif Ali Khan - Rani Mukerji - Vishal Dadlani None
4 NaachBasantiNaach "Kyun Main Jaagoon" Full Song Patiala House - Akshay Kumar None
5 Khotte_Da_Puttar John Mayer - Emoji of a Wave (Audio) None
6 Supernovaphoton Aaj Ki Raat (Full Song) Film - Don- The Chase Begins Again None
7 NaachBasantiNaach Naruto Shippuden - Loneliness (Chenow Remix) None
8 Olive_Ridleys This Is The Way - Kids Songs - Super Simple Songs None
9 NaachBasantiNaach Rowdies 9 - Sab Q-tiyapa hai ! None
10 Olive_Ridleys One Direction - Story of My Life None
11 NaachBasantiNaach Jaa Chudail song - Delhi Belly (2011)- Suraj Jagan - Amitabh Bhattacharya - Ram Sampath - Amir khan None
12 overthinque Bharat Chauhan - Ghar [Official Music Video] None
13 DeewanSahab Waqt Se Din Aur Raat - Waqt (1965) - Balraj Sahni - Achala Sachdev - Mohd.Rafi Hits - Sad Song None
14 namastey-london Tunak Tunak Tun - Dance Party Friday - Bloomingdale High School None
15 namastey-london Gone Gone Gone - Phillip Phillips - Music Video by IIT Roorkee None
16 Amar_Akbar_Anthony Milan Abhi Aadha Adhura Hai - Vivah - Shahid Kapoor, Amrita Rao - Bollywood Romantic Songs None
17 burnh12 Aao Naa - Aishwariya Rai - Vivek Oberoi - Sadhana Sargam - Udit Narayan - Kyun Ho Gaya Na Songs None
18 namastey-london Phillip Phillips - Gone, Gone, Gone None
19 Olive_Ridleys Ga Ga Ga Re Ga Gadi Chale - Kishore Kumar & Asha Bhosle None
20 namastey-london Lag Jaa Gale - Sadhana, Lata Mangeshkar, Woh Kaun Thi Romantic Song None
21 Livingeachdayatedge Aage Bhi Jane Na Tu Peeche Bhi - Waqt (1965) - Sunil Dutt - Sadhana - Raaj Kumar - Shashikala None
22 Iamthe_none Casino Royale - Chris Cornell - You Know My Name None
23 Livingeachdayatedge KOI CHUPKE SE AAKE ... SINGER, GEETA DUTT ... FILM, ANUBHAV (1971) None
24 BaeryaniBabe Billie Eilish - bad guy None
25 Desi_Bojack_Horseman Jaane Kya Dhoondhta Hai -Lucky Ali (LYRICS) None
26 BaeryaniBabe Ariana Grande - 7 rings (Official Video) None
27 Iamthe_none Meri Barbadi Ka Jashn Manao None
28 HoeYouknowme Dola Re Dola Full Video Song - Devdas - Aishwarya Rai & Madhuri Dixit None
29 Iamthe_none Pulsar Definitely Male Add Groom AtVARAHI BAJAJ, Tenali, Repalle, Cherukupalli, Ponnur, Bapatla, None
30 DingyDipole Lyrical: Jag Soona Soona Lage - Om Shanti Om - Shahrukh Khan, Deepika Padukon None
31 Iamthe_none Suno Aisha Best Song - Aisha-Sonam Kapoor-Abhay Deol-Javed Akhtar-Amit Trivedi-Ash King None
32 jinnemeradilluteya kala kauwa kaat khayega cover.. Daler Mehndi Saab None
33 DeewanSahab Game of Morons 1 - Bihari PARODY on Game of Thrones - Tales N' Talkies None
34 overthinque Khud se jang haar ke Tu Jayega kidhar song None
35 mylifeisntamovie Akon ft. Snoop Dogg - I Wanna Love You (Official Video) None
36 par_me_sh_war Biggini Shoot - Two Pieces Only - Dialogue with Beats - Yashraj Mukhate - Poonam Sethi None
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2020.10.29 22:17 i_rank_tvshows Community - Official* Ranking of Every Episode

COMMUNITY - Official* Ranking of Every Episode

*official in the sense that this is what i_rank_tvshows thinks and that's pretty official

RANK # EPISODE TITLE SYNOPSIS ANALYSIS
#110 "Advanced Introduction to Finality" s4e13 Season 4 finale where Dark Timeline invades For all the genius the Dark Timeline gives us, this conclusion does not feel earned or entertaining. On paper, the idea seems fine: the Dark Timeline invades. But in execution, the logic is too much of a stretch to genuinely enjoy and it all feels forced.
#109 "Alternative History of the German Invasion" s4e4 German invasion snoozefest One of the most--if not THE most--forgettable episodes. Centering the episode around the revived German villains (sans what made them funny the first time, Nick Kroll) meant this was doomed from inception. Decent set up of the Changnesia storyline, but even that feels underbaked. Strong argument can be made this is the worst episode, but the one below it gets docked more for the mistreatment of the dark timeline.
#108 "Conventions of Space and Time" s4e3 Inspector Spacetime convention This episode is a shell of an idea, similar to Season 4 finale. With a promising conceit, the background of the convention could lead anywhere. Ultimately, it leads us on an unlikeable battle for Abed's favor that provides no growth or insight for the characters involved. And other cringe moments help to make this one another easy one to forget.
#107 "Cooperative Escapism and Familial Relations" s4e5 Thanksgiving at Shirley's; Jeff reunites with his father Season 4 really was the worst, right? In a show known for nailing it's holiday episodes, I was excited to see what they'd do with their only Thanksgiving entry. What we get is the 'Season-four-shell-treatment': they want to connect Shawshank with escaping Shirley's and that's literally all there is. I know others appreciate the Jeff/Father storyline, but it felt too flat for me to feel emotionally invested.
#106 "Advanced Documentary Filmmaking" s4e6 Changnesia documentary Chang is one of my favorite characters. Had the Changesia angle been more genuine, as the episode leads us to believe until the end tag, then it would rank much higher. Instead, the obvious Chang-betrayal puts us back in well-tread territory, undoing the nicer aspects of this documentary episode. Ultimately, another instance of trying to retroactively make a memorable Community episode, missing the heart that could have made it special--although it comes close.
#105 "Intro to Knots" s4e10 Christmas where they 'kidnap' professor Another entry in 'Season-four-shell-treatment' made even more apparent with it being a Christmas episode. Great setup, interesting twist, but so much wasted potential. Had they cut the Die Hard stuff entirely, it may rank higher. I found the references repetitive and annoying and it led nowhere. There's just not enough focus to appreciate what's happening. I still get immense joy from the reveal that Chang can't tie knots, but the entire kidnapping storyline is too underdeveloped to be meaningful.
#104 "App Development and Condiments" s5e8 Meow-Meow Beans HOTTEST TAKE ALERT! People seem to disagree with me on this episode the most. One of the few high-concept episodes that falls flat for me. The more the school is taken over by the app, the less invested I became. Jeff's journey to return everyone to sanity was uninteresting, perhaps due to the aesthetic choices of the world-building. Some funny moments aside, it just doesn't succeed in being much more than a concept. Love the Tim & Eric cameo; should have been featured more.
#103 "Intro to Felt Surrogacy" s4e9 Puppet musical The puppets, songs and cameos make this one a Season 4 highlight. It's enough to distract you from noticing there's not much beyond that. The storyline itself is absurd in a bad way. If they had embedded the dark secrets in much more straightforward way (and given Abed one even if he didn't end up sharing it) it would have been much more enjoyable. I would have loved to see this idea executed with the real creative team at the helm.
#102 "Economics of Marine Biology" s4e7 Greendale tries to lure rich student This one surprisingly grows on you. Initially, the prospect of Greendale selling out to lure in 'the whale' seemed like a half-hearted attempt to go zany (and revisit the Abed-college-movie terrain) but rewatching Magnitude lose his identity and remembering the P.E.E. subplot, this one has a lot of laughs and surprising amount of heart.
#101 "Laws of Robotics and Party Rights" s6e5 Convicts attend Greendale using mobile tablets There are some good jokes in here, but the execution of the main idea of telepresence robots used by criminals doesn't come off all that entertaining. I'm bored more than I'm laughing and it's a decent one to skip in rewatching.
#100 "Heroic Origins" s4e12 Comic book origin stories They pretty much the nail the conceit in this episode. The comic book interlays and the fun exploration of how it all started are ambitious if not a little forced.The discovery of Chang at the center of it all, clearing the way for him to finally join the group, is a triumph. I'm also not bothered by the yet unmentioned Froyo shop that served as an important landmark in their backstory because it feels at home with the comic cliche.
#99 "History 101" s4e1 Season 4 premiere where Abed goes to his happy place(s) Abed's imagining of Community as an entirely other sitcom (with Fred Willard as Pierce) is fantastic until you realize the real show is a shell of its former self. That contrast hurts what is actually a really fun episode. It also suffers from too many storylines not really gelling. And they waste Abed; he's just sitting there for the most part. It ranks this high because for better or worse: it sets the tone for gas-leak season.
#98 "The Art of Discourse" s1e22 Annoying high school showdown and Abed's college cliches If it wasn't for the super annoying feud between Jeff/Britta and high schoolers, this would rank much higher. The fun meta-exploration really finds a home with the college cliche fixation, but so much time is wasted on "Da-Doys!"
#97 "Intro to Recycled Cinema" s6e8 Chang Space Movie I love the bits of repurposing the old footage of Chang to fit into Abed's new movie, but the rest of the movie scenes were unremarkable. The Steve Guttenberg cameo was great and his reactions to the film are entertaining. I love the "Ham girl!" line rocketing Chang into stardom. Beyond that though, it's all too light and uneventful that it's easy to rank low.
#96 "Football, Feminism, and You" s1e6 Troy used to play football I'm very glad they dropped this version of Troy early on, but it's really the first dud in its run. It does get points for bonding Shirley and Britta in a fun way. And I suppose there's some merit to fleshing out Troy as someone who'd fake an injury to avoid a football career, but the story's still not aware of Troy's true character. Perhaps the best example of the show trying to find its footing.
#95 "Aerodynamics of Gender" s2e7 Magic trampoline This one just doesn't do it for me. Sure, the idea of a magically-calming trampoline sounds funny and they execute it well enough, it's just not something I really need to rewatch. I don't get much enjoyment from Abed's mean-girl routine either.
#94 "Basic Genealogy" s1e18 Family day at Greendale Overall, it's an enjoyable episode. It suffers in rewatching because there's not much memorable entertainment beyond Britta getting spanked by Troy's Nana.
#93 "Celebrity Pharmacology" s2e13 Anti-drug play I find Pierce extra-annoying in this episode. My main moment of joy comes from Chang taking over the role of drugs. The other storylines don't add much, but there are some good laughs throughout.
#92 "Contemporary Impressionists" s3e11 Jeff's narcissism and celebrity impersonators I find Jeff extra-annoying in this episode. Sure, that's sort of the point, but it doesn't make his extra-narcissism any easier to enjoy. The group playing celebrity impressionists is enjoyable, but this is the least memorable episode in what may be the best season.
#91 "Herstory of Dance" s4e8 Sophie B. Hawkins dance This is a Season 4 gem. Beyond the lovely Brie Larson cameo, witnessing Britta's journey to actual pride and satisfaction is one of the great emotional moments in the series. What holds it back is the unnecessary double-date trope that just lets the cliched developments feel a little flimsy. This is helped by the lack of development of Brie Larson's character in the rest of the season.
#90 "Custody Law and European Diplomacy" s2e18 Shirley's baby shower and Britta dates a war criminal The Chang-may-be-Shirley's-baby's-daddy arc was great and this episode is perhaps the most focused and rewarding concerning it. What drags it down is the unlikeable Lukka and the somewhat boring plot surrounding his being an awful human.
#89 "Advanced Gay" s3e6 Pierce becomes a gay-rights icon While it was fun to see Pierce embrace some actual character growth, it doesn't really get capitalized on moving forward. This could have been a stepping stone for him; instead, it's a wasted opportunity. Some good laughs and it sets up two important plot points: Pierce's father's death and Troy's induction to the wild world of AC-Repair.
#88 "Advanced Criminal Law" s1e5 Britta's on trial and Abed pranks Troy I love Abed's elaborate prank, even though real-Troy would have been much more gullible. All the trial stuff is gold, too, especially the setting by the pool. While it suffers from the characters not being themselves quite yet, it's still a fun episode.
#87 "Environmental Science" s1e10 Jeff helps Chang to get out of homework There's not much to this episode beyond the Jeff/Chang storyline, but it's pretty compelling to push things forward. Humanizing Chang always warms my heart and for this to be our first real dive into his life, it's a decent foundation. The Fievel arc is pretty memorable thanks to Donald Glover's hilarity and the duet sung at the end.
#86 "Paranormal Parentage" s4e2 Pierce's haunted mansion A Halloween classic that doesn't suffer (much) from the season it's in. It feels like Community and even offers Pierce some great opportunities to shine. Entertaining all around, but would likely be that much greater with Harmon's influence.
#85 "Origins of Vampire Mythology" s3e15 Britta's ex, Blade I'm always confused when I see the title because I think, "another Halloween episode?" I think that impacts my disappointment in this otherwise fine episode. The Pierce/Chang friendship makes me wish we had more. And Britta's texting/calling from the bedroom is actually pretty funny and there's a sad turn where Troy's kindness breaks the spell.
#84 "VCR Maintenance and Educational Publishing" s5e9 Abed and Annie play TV board game Another one shaded by my personal disappointment. I was thrilled to hear Vince Gilligan would cameo, but was bummed this was the result. The end tag was funny, though. Decent snapshot of the fallout from Troy leaving, although it's continually frustrating to see Brie Larson underutilized. Oh, yeah, there's something to do with textbooks, too.
#83 "Urban Matrimony and the Sandwich Arts" s3e12 Shirley remarries Andre This one suffers from being forgettable beyond Troy and Abed's 'weird-down'. Of course, the wedding is a standout plot point, but one that gets shuffled away easily as the season progresses.
#82 "Basic Email Security" s6e6 Greendale is hacked While being a weaker entry in Season 6, it definitely has some strong moments. The leaked emails leads to a hilarious discussion among the group and the unified purpose for an ultimately unworthy cause is great. The kid cop gag is solid, too.
#81 "Basic Sandwich" s5e13 Part Two of Season 5 finale where Greendale is saved The episode operates as a treasure hunt and what could have been a series finale if not for Yahoo!. It's successful in its first operation although the solution being a stinky, perverted former teacher with a deus-ex-machina contract is underwhelming. It would have failed as a series finale so thankfully we need not worry about analyzing it as such. Highlight is definitely Richie's brain-robbing ability.
#80 "Basic Story" s5e12 Part One of Season 5 finale where Subway takes over Greendale Three "Basic"s in a row, wtf? Anyway, this one leaves the breadcrumbs for the eventual treasure hunt with intrigue and the idea of Subway controlling Greendale feels like dire stakes. It's a fun set-up that barely outshines its concluding half.
#79 "The Psychology of Letting Go" s2e3 Pierce's mom in a lava lamp While the heartfelt drive to get ice cream allows for a touching moment, the rest of the plots don't do much for me. Britta vs Annie seems gratuitous and Jeff's vanity was already worn out this early in Season 2.
#78 "The Politics of Human Sexuality" s1e11 STD Fair Some great laughs although the subplots don't add much to the enjoyment. Annie's search to see "it" is some good ole Reverse Porky's fun and Abed telling students to not use condoms over the PA is prime Community.
#77 "Basic RV Repair and Palmistry" s6e10 RV road-trip movie with the giant hand A fun, meta episode that feels surprising considering it's somehow new territory all the way in Season 6. Some good laughs, good heartfelt moments, and sets up the great run of episodes that follow.
#76 "The Science of Illusion" s1e20 Britta's April Fool's joke A decently funny episode made all the more memorable for being the introduction of Troy and Abed's talkshow. I'd probably rank it higher if not for the fact that I find Annie and Shirley vying to be the bad cop as too much of a 'meh' thing.
#75 "Grifting 101" s6e9 Grifting An oddball episode made palatable by the hilarious Matt Barry. While a little farfetch'd in execution, it's a fun journey that's fueled by the absurd hijinx.
#74 "Asian Population Studies" s2e12 Who will join the study group? Perhaps the most normal episode in the series. That's not a knock against it, it's just a little bland in comparison to what's around it. Some solid moments and laughs, although I find Rich perplexing and frustrating just as Jeff does because I don't know how I'm supposed to make sense of his character.
#73 "G.I. Jeff" s5e11 Jeff's animated coma A lot of people really dislike this one and I think there's decent crossover with that group also disliking G.I. Joe. I could be wrong, but that's the only way this episode is outright bad to anyone in my eyes. Because it's a dead on spoof that subverts the original show in a hilariously effective way. The clincher for me is how well embedded the conceit is with the reality of Jeff being comatose. Being able to nail the logic makes it all more enjoyable for me.
#72 "Competitive Wine Tasting" s2e20 Who's the Boss? You can pretty much throw out the main storyline of Pierce's new, suspect, love interest. That bit drags the episode down in my opinion. The strength belongs in Abed's storyline where he asserts his pop culture dominance over a professor. We do get an interesting look into Troy and how he continually struggles to have actual struggles compared to the other characters, which rings true throughout the series.
#71 "Applied Anthropology and Culinary Arts" s2e21 Shirley has her baby An overall fun episode despite the Shirley pregnancy arc already being tired by this point. Britta trying to deliver the baby is gold and Chang being humanized will always please me and this is perhaps his greatest, human moment. Not the biggest fan of Pierce buying Troy/Abed's handshake, but it leads to some fun moments.
#70 "Analysis of Cork-Based Networking" s5e6 Bear Down for Midterms Being the first episode without Troy, naturally it's gonna suffer. What it does well though is capture the college-based zaniness that works so well for Community, highlighting new and background characters with the singular focus on an attainable goal.
#69 "Ladders" s6e1 Season 6 premiere where Frankie tries to fix Greendale A great introduction to perhaps the most underrated character, Frankie. While essentially being another 'Repilot' it does a good job in setting the new-ish stage while providing the same amount of laughs we expect from a good Community episode.
#68 "Studies in Modern Movement" s3e7 Annie's move Troy and Abed are especially grating in this episode and it really makes you sympathize with Annie. There's some redemption with their sweet, shadow-puppet performance. The highlight, though, is the Jeff/Dean karaoke of Kiss From a Rose.
#67 "Interpretive Dance" s1e14 Troy and Britta attempt to hide their dancing from group The dancing is great and a real chance for Donald Glover to shine with his range. It also offers one of the first instances of Troy being the heart of the group, sacrificing his secret to save Britta. If it wasn't for the bore that is Jeff/Slater romance, this one would rank higher.
#66 "Intro to Political Science" s2e14 Student-body president election Solid episode whose only crime is its debate setting not being nearly as funny or interesting as the episodes' ranked higher than it.
#65 "Geography of Global Conflict" s3e2 Model-UN showdown Fun episode with some memorable moments. Not a big fan of the UN showdown as the format but it works for Annie's obsessive passion. I wish Martin Starr would have been used more, his character had potential.
#64 "Basic Crisis Room Decorum" s6e3 Greendale gave a degree to a dog This episode is when I knew this final season was going to be done the right way. This has the classic feel of a Season 3 episode but with new characters bringing a fresh twist to what we already enjoy on the show.
#63 "Introduction to Finality" s3e22 Season 3 finale where Shirley takes Pierce to court What could have sadly been a series finale, this episode delivers in all the right areas. It's a satisfying conclusion to the Troy HVAC Messiah arc and ends on a hopeful look into the future.
#62 "Foosball and Nocturnal Vigilantism" s3e9 Foosball I always enjoy the Jeff/Shirley pairing and the connection in this episode is a strong look into their past and an example of growth. Any time Shirley can show off some unexpected skills that make her into a badass, sign me up. The anime cut of them facing off feels so right and unforced. Sadly, the B plot where Annie breaks Abed's DVD is complete (memorable) filler.
#61 "Biology 101" s3e1 Season 3 premiere where Jeff goes crazy A fun start to my favorite season. A successful foundation for what is the most ambitious season in terms of narrative connective tissue. This one sets the tone.
#60 "Course Listing Unavailable" s3e18 The group gets expelled from Greendale The momentum leading to the big gut punch at the end feels meaningful, as if the group could really be seeing its final days.
#59 "Accounting for Lawyers" s2e2 Jeff reunites with lawyer frenemy First episode where the group leaves the campus is a landmark moment. Very funny episode that gave us some classic moments like the Drew Carey cameo and the chloroform scene.
#58 "Communication Studies" s1e16 Jeff/Britta drunk voicemail Jeff and Abed's getting drunk montage solidifies this episode's entry this high into the rankings. While I'm not a big Slater fan, this is her most palatable episode by far.
#57 "Early 21st Century Romanticism" s2e15 Valentine's Day This episode really benefits from all its separate parts working together under the theme of Valentine's. Britta being needlessly defiant in the name of acceptance, Troy/Abed pursuing love only to realize their love matters more, and Jeff accepting Greendale through letting Chang move in is powerful. Even stronger, Pierce overusing his pain meds and seeing a tiny Andy Dick is funny until its made poignant by the dark ending.
#56 "Debate 109" s1e9 Jeff and Annie debate This episode gets major points for sparking the Jeff/Annie relationship, but it's one of my least favorites in rewatch. I guess it's the debate setting. Not taking away anything from the episode in terms of quality, it's solid.
#55 "Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality" s5e7 Jeff/Britta/Duncan love triangle and Hickey handcuffs Abed Some good character moments. I really enjoyed seeing Abed express a new emotion while be kept from seeing his movie. The Britta love triangle is interesting, but it doesn't add much beyond showing Duncan has an actual human side.
#54 "Anthropology 101" s2e1 Season 2 premiere with Betty White This one does a good job capitalizing on the drama generated in the Season 1 finale. We get the tangled mess of Jeff/Britta/Annie to good comedic effect and a maniacal Betty White cameo to boot. While the focus is completely on the romantic plot (and Abed says that can be boring) I felt like this was a good place to start the season.
#53 "Physical Education" s1e17 Jeff plays pool in shorts Jeff trying to look cool while playing pool is memorable, but it loses its comedic impact the more I rewatch it. Thankfully, everything surrounding it is pretty solid in this one, including Danny Pudi showing his range with impressions and playing his own doppelganger.
#52 "English as a Second Language" s1e24 New Spanish teacher I applaud this episode on how well it crafted the end of the first year: revealing Chang's a fraud at the risk of losing credit for the class, the tension between the group realizing they still haven't evolved beyond a study group quite yet, and setting up Troy's gifted handyman skills.
#51 "Romantic Expressionism" s1e15 Annie starts dating Vaughn Vaughn was a fun character and his relationship with Annie is memorable in the best way. The Kickpuncher stuff was solid bonding for the other characters, also allowing Chang time to find his footing within the early group dynamic.
#50 "Introduction to Film" s1e3 Abed takes a film class The first Abed-film episode that showcases surprising heart with its reveal at the end. This is perhaps the first example of how effortlessly the show is able to combine heartfelt moments with comedic ones while honoring their characters. I would argue this episode sets up the emotional center of Abed's claymation Christmas one in regards to showing the friction with his mother.
#49 "Spanish 101" s1e2 Spanish class An early outlier in my opinion: the second episode of the series actually showcases the characters well! We get hints of Chang's facade (Italian flags on flashcards/his eccentricity), we get Troy & Abed's iconic rap together, Pierce's focus on bonding with Jeff to fight off loneliness, Britta's being exposed as a lazy activist, and Shirley's baking brownies!
#48 "Intermediate Documentary Filmmaking" s2e16 Pierce in hospital mockumentary A well executed mockumentary that showcases how Pierce feels about his fellow members of the study group while he attempts to manipulate them for his own means. It's a great conceit that manages to spoof the style of other popular sitcoms (The Office, Parks & Rec, Modern Family) while retaining originality.
#47 "Pascal's Triangle Revisited" s1e25 Season 1 finale where Jeff kisses Annie This one has some classic moments: Jeff/Annie's kiss, Troy eating the big cookie, Duncan/Chang fight, and Britta/Slater showdown. It's a great end point for the first season.
#46 "Social Psychology" s1e4 Annie's psychology class experiment Iconic scene where Donald Glover shows off his uncanny ability to cry comedically. The rest around that part of the episode is fine, pretty much building blocks and figuring out what else worked.
#45 "Competitive Ecology" s3e4 Lab partners A really fun episode where we get different pairings of the characters and some self-aware examining of the group itself. Detective Chang could have been a whole episode unto itself but it shares the space well here.
#44 "Lawnmower Maintenance and Postnatal Care" s6e2 Dean in virtual-reality AND JESUS WEPT! I mean it's comedic gold: Jim Rash using physical comedy to be a god in a virtual world full of boring features. It's so great and memorable, it outshines the other storylines about Britta's parents and Chang's long journey to see the nurse.
#43 "Advanced Safety Features" s6e7 Dean buys a Honda Another Dean classic episode. I was happy to see Subway the Person return because I've always shipped Britta and him. It's also chock-full of other greatness: Chang's PowerPoint presentation, Natalie is Freezing, and Billy Zane trying to hide.
#42 "Pilot" s1e1 Series premiere Where it all started. It has to be honored for that. The episode also has probably the best Jeff speech in the whole series.
#41 "Home Economics" s1e8 Jeff crashes with Abed The first instance of a dedicated pairing of Jeff and Abed. It allows them to showcase their easy chemistry and they create a bond that propels much of the show for here on out. Pierce's song is kind of annoying though.
#40 "Introduction to Teaching" s5e2 Jeff becomes a teacher at Greendale Pretty much a feel-good episode for me. It's a return to form after the gas-leak season and establishing re-pilot. We get Buzz Hickey, Abed doing Nick Cage, and Dean thinking in French.
#39 "Queer Studies and Advanced Waxing" s6e4 Chang stars in Karate Kid One of my most quoted episodes. Besides singing Gay Dean all the time, I also find myself reminding people that Ralph Macchio!...showed up.
#38 "Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples" s2e5 Abed documentary Abed going meta for the first time. But it also has the heart to show his vulnerability and Shirley's powerful friendship which saves the day. Pierce hanging with the hipsters also shows some vulnerability and provides some laughs.
#37 "Regional Holiday Music" s3e10 The group joins Glee club If they had to do another musical episode (and I'm glad they did) at least it was Christmas themed, again. This one is more focused on that as a theme and manages to spoof in fun ways. Baby Boomer Santa, thank you for everything.
#36 "Repilot" s5e1 Season 5 premiere where Jeff forms the Save Greendale Committee In a similar way to the Pilot, you have to give this one the same type of credit because it brought the show back to life. While its tone is darker than everything before it, Dan Harmon works his magic to make it feel like a part of the story all along.
#35 "Virtual Systems Analysis" s3e16 Annie goes into Dreamatorium I have a secret hope for the Community movie should it ever come to be: Abed and Annie should be together. There! I said it! Episodes like this where we focus on the pairing really show how well they work together and their chemistry can be magnetic. Beyond my daydreaming, this episode is a fun exploration of the characters in the vein of Abed's other imaginative journeys.
#34 "The First Chang Dynasty" s3e21 Heist to take down Chang Community does a heist movie. They nail it. We also get another John Goodman cameo and work towards resolving the Troy AC arc.
#33 "Wedding Videography" s6e12 Garrett's marriage mockumentary The incest episode. Also the episode where Abed doesn't physically appear. Yeah, it's a weird one. But the format makes it work and the group (especially Elroy) keeps us laughing.
#32 "Basic Human Anatomy" s4e11 Troy/Abed body swap Thanks to Jim Rash, Season 4 managed to crap out a classic. A great concept, some great acting, and a fitting end to the least popular romance in the show's history, SlateJeff included.
#31 "Geothermal Escapism" s5e5 Troy's farewell with a game of 'the floor is hot lava' A late-series classic showcasing the heartbreak of tearing apart the best pair Community has to offer: Troy and Abed. Of course it's another conceptual episode, but it manages to hold its own among them while relying more on the emotional moments for effect.
#30 "Investigative Journalism" s1e13 Greendale starts a school newspaper Buddy should have joined the group permanently. His lone entry in the series radiates throughout and it's always a warm fuzzy feeling to return to it.
#29 "Digital Exploration of Interior Design" s3e13 Subway student and set up for Pillow/Blanket war Arguably John Goodman's funniest appearance. All parts are working well here to make us laugh and care about the characters. Jeff's subplot is a bit boring, but not enough to detract from the overall enjoyment.
#28 "Modern Espionage" s6e11 Underground paintball Even though they could have never returned to paintball, I'm glad they saved it for near the end of the series run so that it felt nostalgic. I also enjoyed the idea of playing the game in secret, so the whole thing took on an espionage vibe that made it feel fresh.
#27 "Comparative Religion" s1e12 First Christmas episode; Jeff fight An instant classic. As you can tell (and as I've stated) I love the holiday episodes. This being one of the earliest entries, it's grounded in more reality than those that follow. With that, it still provides all the goods, just in a winter-doodle package.
#26 "Beginner Pottery" s1e19 Pottery and boating classes Since it's a show about community college, it makes sense there'd be episodes like this: ones where we focus on the group in separate classes. The boating entry is especially hilarious and allows Yvette Nicole Brown room to show off her acting skills. Oh, and hey, look, it's Tony Hale.
#25 "Digital Estate Planning" s3e20 Video game for Pierce's inheritance Just a genius idea. Executed flawlessly. A great storyline to paint on top of it. Seriously, y'all, great job. This is only number 25?!?
#24 "Conspiracy Theories and Interior Design" s2e9 Night School Kevin Corrigan really steals the show, doesn't he? It's fun watching the conspiracy unravel and the Dean really shines in the final scene.
#23 "Mixology Certification" s2e10 Troy's 21st birthday A noticeable tone shift occurs midway through this one and it highlights the ability of the show to get just as 'real' as it can get creatively 'unreal'. Donald Glover showcases his range as well. A poignant episode overall.
#22 "Basic Rocket Science" s2e4 KFC Space Simulator I credit this one with signaling that the show was going to lean into its conceptual motifs and use them as appropriate vehicles to bring a smile to your face time and time again. To call it a classic would be selling it short.
#21 "Advanced Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" s5e10 D&D with Dean and David Cross Hard to revisit this well without coming up short, but this one manages to cement its own unique legacy. This one also proves that having the Dean at your table enhances your experience exponentially. Imagine what the first one would have been like with him there?
#20 "Horror Fiction in Seven Spooky Steps" s3e5 Scary stories [hums Daybreak]
#19 "Cooperative Polygraphy" s5e5 Polygraph for Pierce's wake Reader, did you know that I admire your dedication to read through my entire list? And also sperm.
#18 "Paradigms of Human Memory" s2e21 Clip episode Another genius idea: do a clip episode with clips from events that never 'happened.' This is the show operating entirely in its sweet spot.
#17 "For a Few Paintballs More" s2e24 Season 2 finale; Star Wars paintball The latter half of an incredible finale showcases all the characters having fun playing the game of pretend. Key note on the Annie and Abed watch: hottest kiss in the show.
#16 "A Fistful of Paintballs" s2e23 Western paintball I prefer this one to the Star Wars one, but only by just a little. A fine Annie episode and one the gets real on the Pierce issue in a satisfying and fitting way.
#15 "Introduction to Statistics" s1e7 First Halloween episode You can blame this one for getting me hooked on Community does holidays. And you can blame it for the Troy and Abed pairing that would propel the show onward.
#14 "Pillows and Blankets" s3e14 Pillow/Blanket fort war documentary Do you think Elroy actually does narration work?
#13 "Basic Intergluteal Numismatics" s5e3 Ass Crack Bandit I'm a firm believer that Annie is the ACB. She alone is able to perform all the acts herself. Agree? Disagree? Let me know in the comments.
#12 "Contemporary American Poultry" s1e21 Chicken finger mafia movie Probably Scorsese's favorite episode of Community. Let me know in the comments, Marty.
#11 "Epidemiology" s2e6 Zombie Halloween party I'll watch this one every October until I die. Bet.
#10 "Curriculum Unavailable" s3e19 Greendale Insane asylum So, I smoke weed, right? And I watched this episode and I'm ashamed to admit but...I fell for it. I said aloud, "this explains everything." I thought (and still do) that it was great fucking twist. So, it sneaks in the top ten even though most will argue it's mid-tier at best.
#9 "Documentary Filmmaking: Redux" s3e8 Dean makes Greendale commercial documentary God bless Luis Guzmán. That is all.
#8 "Abed's Uncontrollable Christmas" s2e11 Claymation Christmas It's so satisfying to watch Clay-Abed jump on all those cars at the beginning. And I watched a lot of these types of movies as a kid so it's the most distilled Christmas essence that show could offer me. Appreciate it.
#7 "Cooperative Calligraphy" s2e8 Bottle episode Man, do I love a bottle episode. I also just saw the monkey steal the pen for the first time last viewing. Pretty freakin' cool if you ask me.
#6 "Emotional Consequences of Broadcast Television" s6e13 Series finale One final conceptual episode to go out on: pitch me your season 7. It's brilliant, touching, and satisfying. Trust me, it'll keep you coming back just to get that impact after watching all 110 episodes.
#5 "Critical Film Studies" s2e19 My Dinner with Abed; Pulp Fiction surprise party I only wish this episode were two separate episodes so I could enjoy it that much more. A wonderful meshing of ideas and Danny Pudi's best performance.
#4 "Basic Lupine Urology" s3e17 Law & Order In my childhood home, it was commonplace to hear the Law & Order theme song at all hours of the day/night. To say this episode affected me in a profound way would not be doing the impact justice. It's fucking beautiful.
#3 "Modern Warfare" s1e23 First paintball First and best. This episode probably gave the creators all the credit they needed to get the rest of the series done, whether that was at NBC or with Yahoo! (or Netflix in the future?). I'm just in awe every time that I watch it. Feels like it's always existed; hard to imagine someone conceived of the idea.
#2 "Advanced Dungeons & Dragons" s2e14 D&D with Fat Neil I'm glad I own the DVDs so that I can revisit one of my favorites any time I get the itch to do so. Pity that Chang's portrayal of a drow is misperceived to be something other than agreeing exactly with those who find issue with it. As an avid D&D player, this would had to be near the top of the ranking.
#1 "Remedial Chaos Theory" s3e3 Different timelines; Troy & Abed's housewarming Surprising no one: this is the best episode of Community. I think most of the Community-Community will agree with me, but if you don't, you best come prepared because I just did a whole list and will do more so yeah pretty official wouldn't ya say?
Anyway, thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed it.
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2020.10.29 16:03 intersecting_lines PPG Allowed vs. Projected: Players to ACQUIRE during the Playoffs

previous posts: Best matchups Week 8 / Worst Matchups Week 8 / Players to AVOID Playoffs

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QB

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
LAC ATL, LV, DEN 19.06% Justin Herbert, Tyrod Taylor
KC MIA, NO, ATL 17.17% Patrick Mahomes
TB MIN, ATL, DET 14.16% Tom Brady, Ryan Griffin
NYJ SEA, LAR, CLE 12.12% Sam Darnold, Joe Flacco
PHI NO, ARI, DAL 9.38% Carson Wentz
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX 8.67% Nick Foles, Mitchell Trubisky
NYG ARI, CLE, BAL 7.91% Daniel Jones
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 7.29% Lamar Jackson
NO PHI, KC, MIN 6.27% Drew Brees, Taysom Hill
LAR NE, NYJ, SEA 4.06% Jared Goff
DAL CIN, SF, PHI 3.2% Andy Dalton, Ben Dinucci, Dak Prescott
TEN JAX, DET, GB 2.37% Ryan Tannehill
DEN CAR, BUF, LAC 0.62% Jeff Driskel, Drew Lock, Brett Rypien
WAS SF, SEA, CAR 0.43% Kyle Allen, Dwayne Haskins, Alex Smith
CAR DEN, GB, WAS -0.1% Teddy Bridgewater

RB

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
TEN JAX, DET, GB 29.75% Derrick Henry, Jeremy Mcnichols
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX 23.59% David Montgomery
GB DET, CAR, TEN 23.03% Aj Dillon, Tyler Ervin, Aaron Jones, Jamaal Williams
IND LV, HOU, PIT 21.84% Nyheim Hines, Jonathan Taylor, Jordan Wilkins
CIN DAL, PIT, HOU 18.31% Giovani Bernard, Joe Mixon, Samaje Perine
DEN CAR, BUF, LAC 14.87% Royce Freeman, Melvin Gordon, Phillip Lindsay
MIA KC, NE, LV 13.85% Matt Breida, Myles Gaskin
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 13.02% Jk Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Mark Ingram
DET GB, TEN, TB 9.47% Kerryon Johnson, Adrian Peterson, Dandre Swift
TB MIN, ATL, DET 8.85% Leonard Fournette, Ronald Jones Ii, Lesean Mccoy, Keshawn Vaughn
CLE BAL, NYG, NYJ 8.2% Kareem Hunt, Dernest Johnson, Nick Chubb
LAR NE, NYJ, SEA 7.15% Cam Akers, Malcolm Brown, Darrell Henderson
NE LAR, MIA, BUF 4.82% Rex Burkhead, Damien Harris, Jj Taylor, James White, Sony Michel
LAC ATL, LV, DEN 3.32% Justin Jackson, Joshua Kelley, Austin Ekeler
WAS SF, SEA, CAR 3.05% Peyton Barber, Antonio Gibson, Jd Mckissic

WR

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
CIN DAL, PIT, HOU 18.26% Tyler Boyd, Aj Green, Tee Higgins, John Ross, Auden Tate, Mike Thomas
IND LV, HOU, PIT 16.92% Ashton Dulin, Daurice Fountain, Ty Hilton, Marcus Johnson, Zach Pascal
TB MIN, ATL, DET 14.89% Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Cyril Grayson, Tyler Johnson, Scott Miller, Justin Watson
BUF PIT, DEN, NE 11.47% Cole Beasley, John Brown, Gabriel Davis, Stefon Diggs, Isaiah Mckenzie, Andre Roberts
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX 11.25% Ted Ginn Jr, Anthony Miller, Darnell Mooney, Cordarrelle Patterson, Allen Robinson, Javon Wims
LAC ATL, LV, DEN 10.42% Keenan Allen, Jalen Guyton, Kj Hill, Mike Williams
NYJ SEA, LAR, CLE 9.69% Braxton Berrios, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, Breshad Perriman, Jeff Smith, Chris Hogan
LAR NE, NYJ, SEA 9.48% Van Jefferson, Cooper Kupp, Josh Reynolds, Robert Woods
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 7.61% Miles Boykin, Marquise Brown, Devin Duvernay, Willie Snead
KC MIA, NO, ATL 6.4% Mecole Hardman, Tyreek Hill, Byron Pringle, Demarcus Robinson, Sammy Watkins
NO PHI, KC, MIN 5.52% Marquez Callaway, Deonte Harris, Trequan Smith, Michael Thomas
NYG ARI, CLE, BAL 5.48% Cj Board, Austin Mack, Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, Golden Tate, Kaden Smith
PIT BUF, CIN, IND 4.35% Chase Claypool, Diontae Johnson, Ray-Ray Mccloud, Juju Smith-Schuster, James Washington
DAL CIN, SF, PHI 3.34% Noah Brown, Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup, Ceedee Lamb, Cedrick Wilson
PHI NO, ARI, DAL 3.29% Jj Arcega-Whiteside, Travis Fulgham, John Hightower, Greg Ward, Quez Watkins, Jalen Reagor

TE

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
LAC ATL, LV, DEN 29.2% Hunter Henry, Donald Parham
KC MIA, NO, ATL 29.0% Nick Keizer, Travis Kelce, Deon Yelder
TB MIN, ATL, DET 28.23% Cameron Brate, Rob Gronkowski, Tanner Hudson
JAX TEN, BAL, CHI 27.61% Tyler Davis, Tyler Eifert, Ben Ellefson, James Oshaughnessy
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 16.93% Mark Andrews, Nick Boyle
NYG ARI, CLE, BAL 16.13% Evan Engram, Kaden Smith, Levine Toilolo
NO PHI, KC, MIN 15.13% Jared Cook, Josh Hill, Adam Trautman
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX 14.58% Jimmy Graham, Demetrius Harris, Cole Kmet
PHI NO, ARI, DAL 13.59% Richard Rodgers, Dallas Goedert
DAL CIN, SF, PHI 9.47% Blake Bell, Dalton Schultz, Blake Jarwin
MIN TB, CHI, NO 8.55% Kyle Rudolph, Irv Smith Jr
NYJ SEA, LAR, CLE 7.06% Ryan Griffin, Chris Herndon, Trevon Wesco
CLE BAL, NYG, NYJ 6.11% Harrison Bryant, Stephen Carlson, Austin Hooper, David Njoku
SEA NYJ, WAS, LAR 4.33% Will Dissly, Jacob Hollister, Greg Olsen
SF WAS, DAL, ARI 1.81% Ross Dwelley, George Kittle

K

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
LAR NE, NYJ, SEA 63.96% Kai Forbath, Sam Sloman
WAS SF, SEA, CAR 56.49% Dustin Hopkins
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX 51.39% Cairo Santos
DAL CIN, SF, PHI 45.05% Greg Zuerlein
NO PHI, KC, MIN 44.5% Wil Lutz
TB MIN, ATL, DET 43.26% Ryan Succop
HOU CHI, IND, CIN 41.61% Kaimi Fairbairn
ARI NYG, PHI, SF 39.18% Zane Gonzalez
SF WAS, DAL, ARI 35.14% Robbie Gould
PHI NO, ARI, DAL 33.95% Jake Elliott
MIN TB, CHI, NO 33.08% Dan Bailey
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 32.25% Justin Tucker
SEA NYJ, WAS, LAR 31.91% Jason Myers
LAC ATL, LV, DEN 30.92% Michael Badgley
DEN CAR, BUF, LAC 29.8% Brandon Mcmanus

DEF

Team Week 14-16 Actual vs. Projected % Players
LAR NE, NYJ, SEA 32.58% -
BUF PIT, DEN, NE 28.01% -
CLE BAL, NYG, NYJ 22.27% -
SEA NYJ, WAS, LAR 19.95% -
ARI NYG, PHI, SF 16.54% -
DAL CIN, SF, PHI 14.28% -
HOU CHI, IND, CIN 4.65% -
BAL CLE, JAX, NYG 4.12% -
CAR DEN, GB, WAS 3.41% -
SF WAS, DAL, ARI -0.2% -
NO PHI, KC, MIN -3.04% -
CHI HOU, MIN, JAX -5.43% -
CIN DAL, PIT, HOU -7.77% -
MIA KC, NE, LV -8.61% -
PIT BUF, CIN, IND -9.01% -
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2020.10.29 15:14 amnonymous [NM] *BNIB Casio METAL G-Shock MTG-B1000BD - 53 spots at $15/ea with no spot limit.

Item Name: BNIB Casio G-Shock MTG-B1000BD
Price: $795
# of Spots: 53 @ $15 ea.
Price Justification: $1058 Sold 10/7/20
Price Justification: $745 sold 10/6/20
Price Justification: $799 Sold 10/4/20
Price Justification: $799 Sold 9/21/20
Call spots? Sure!
Spot limit per person? 0
Location/Country: USA
Will ship international? yes
Timestamp/pics: https://imgur.com/a/cbOmMMr
Escrow: no
Description: Up for raffle is a brand new Casio G-Shock MT-G Tough Solar Radio Controlled Bluetooth Watch. The G-SHOCK MT-G combines metal and resin into forms of essential functional elegance, and also provides TRIPLE G RESIST durability. This new model add a selection of MT-G Series mid-size designs that is design to fit well to the wrist. The faces, various parts, and inner surfaces of the bands sport attractive accent colors. The case and band of the all black ion-plated model has metallic blue accents. The inside surfaces of the bands incorporates fine resin parts that allow the use of attractive colors, and makes the band lightweight and tough. Fine resin parts also have relatively lower thermal conductivity than stainless steel, so even in the cold of winter, less of the cold is transmitted to the wrist. A shock-resistant structure integrates the lugs that connect the band and the pipes that link the bezel and back cover into a single piece to create a wall-like frame that protects the watch's module. Connected Engine supports time correction using a time calibration signal and Bluetooth® connection. A Bluetooth® communication function makes it possible to connect with a smartphone running the G-SHOCK Connected* app and obtain accurate time information from an on-line time server. MULTIBAND 6 automatically adjusts time settings based on reception of one of six time calibration signals around the globe for automatic time adjustment when you are within the range of a signal, even if connection with a smartphone is not possible for some reason. All of this means that timekeeping is accurate, no matter where in the world you happen to be. These new MT-G models combine metal and resin in a way that creates an innovative shock-resistant structure and a work of timepiece beauty, which houses a new module that ensures timekeeping is always accurate. AD warranty. Good luck!

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2020.10.29 09:34 JJJSurvivorFan39 triple j Hottest 100 All Time Prediction?

Hey everyone. Sorry if this post is misleading or a complete waste of time but I felt like creating a hottest 100 of all time prediction if the countdown was to happen currently. Here’s my prediction which is based on how I feel it’s viewed today, previous countdown placings and my gut feeling. I would love to hear what you guys think about my prediction. What seems about right, what is completely out of place and what you guys would predict to happen for a current all time countdown. Also hears hoping we don’t have to wait too long for the next all time countdown to happen. We’ve had a few specials but it’s now been 11 years since the last one and we need an update. Hopefully in the next 5 years at worst we’ll get one.
  1. The Killers - Mr. Brightside.
  2. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
  3. Radiohead - Paranoid Android
  4. Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
  5. Hilltop Hoods - The Nosebleed Section
  6. Oasis - Wonderwall
  7. Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
  8. The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
  9. Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye
  10. The Verve - Biter Sweet Symphony
  11. Muse - Knights Of Cydonia
  12. Foo Fighters - Everlong
  13. Gotye - Somebody That I Used To Know
  14. Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart
  15. Radiohead - Creep
  16. Bon Iver - Skinny Love
  17. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Under The Bridge
  18. Rage Against The Machine - Killing In The Name Of
  19. Arctic Monkeys - Do I Wanna Know?
  20. Powderfinger - My Happiness
  21. Tame Impala - The Less I Know The Better
  22. Powderfinger - These Days
  23. RÜFÜS DU SOL - Innerbloom
  24. The Beatles - Hey Jude
  25. The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition
  26. Gotye - Hearts A Mesa
  27. The Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
  28. Matt Corby - Brother
  29. John Lennon - Imagine
  30. Lorde - Royals
  31. Mumford & Sons - Little Lion Man
  32. Nirvana - Come As You Are
  33. Flume - Never Be Like You
  34. Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc.
  35. The Smashing Pumpkins - Bullet With Butterfly Wings
  36. Florence + The Machine - Dog Days Are Over
  37. alt-J - Breezeblocks
  38. The Beatles - A Day In The Life
  39. Massive Attack - Teardrop
  40. Augie March - One Crowded Hour
  41. Crowded House - Don’t Dream It’s Over
  42. Daft Punk - Around The World
  43. David Bowie - Life On Mars
  44. Angus & Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane
  45. Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows
  46. Violent Femmes - Blister In The Sun
  47. Radiohead - Karma Police
  48. Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out
  49. Vance Joy - Riptide
  50. MGMT - Electric Feel
  51. The Cranberries - Zombie
  52. OutKast - Hey Ya!
  53. Gang Of Youths - Let Me Down Easy
  54. Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks
  55. Hunters & Collectors - Throw Your Arms Around Me
  56. The Prodigy - Breathe
  57. MGMT - Kids
  58. Ben Folds Five - Brick
  59. Nine Inch Nails - Closer
  60. Flight Facilities - Clair De Lune
  61. Blur - Song 2
  62. Kings Of Leon a Sex On Fire
  63. Flume - Holdin On
  64. Beastie Boys - Sabotage
  65. Radiohead - Fake Plastic Trees
  66. The Cure - Close To Me
  67. System Of A Down - Chop Suey!
  68. Silverchair - Tomorrow
  69. The Beatles - Come Together
  70. Wolfmother - Joker & The Thief
  71. The Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
  72. Fatboy Slim - Praise You
  73. Lana Del Rey - Video Games
  74. Chet Faker - Talk Is Cheap
  75. Of Monsters & Men - Little Talks
  76. The Living End - Prisoner Of Society
  77. blink-182 - Dammit
  78. New Order - Blue Monday
  79. David Bowie - Heroes
  80. Coldplay - Yellow
  81. Daft Punk - Get Lucky (feat. Pharrell Williams & Nile Rogers)
  82. John Butler Trio - Betterman
  83. The Wombats - Let’s Dance To Joy Division
  84. The Beach Boys - God Only Knows
  85. The Smiths - How Soon Is Now?
  86. Modest Mouse - Float On
  87. Hilltop Hoods - Cosby Sweater
  88. Daft Punk - One More Time
  89. My Chemical Romance - Welcome To The Black Parade
  90. The Clash - London Calling
  91. The Killers - Somebody Told Me
  92. Gang Of Youths - Magnolia
  93. Kanye West - Gold Digger
  94. Joni Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower
  95. Kanye West - Runaway
  96. Tame Impala - Let It Happen
  97. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Into My Arms
  98. Edward Sharp & The Magnetic Zeroes - Home
  99. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy
  100. Midnight Oil - Beds Are Burning
Radiohead (3, 15, 47, 65)
Beatles (24, 38, 69)
Daft Punk (42, 81, 88)
The Killers (1, 91)
Jeff Buckley (4, 9)
Hilltop Hoods (5, 87)
Nirvana (7, 32)
Gotye (13, 26)
Powderfinger (20, 22)
Tame Impala (21, 96)
The Smashing Pumpkins (27, 35)
Flume (33, 63)
David Bowie (43, 79)
MGMT (50, 57)
Gang Of Youths (53, 92)
Kanye West (93, 95)
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/1VrLzoYUiRYyyxYeyLer86?si=tRr2BemySv-J56d7DYdG0g
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2020.10.29 03:58 NoMercy65128 List of WWE Champions

(1990 - 2020)
  1. - Ultimate Warrior - 148 days
Event: WrestleMania VI Date: April 1, 1990
2 .- Rick Rude - 209 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 27, 1990
3 . - Ultimate Warrior (2) - 258 days
Event: WrestleMania VII Date: March 24, 1991
VACATED
4 . - Ric Flair - 223 days
Event: Royal Rumble Date: January 19, 1992
  1. - Mr Perfect - 218 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 29, 1992
  1. - Bret Hart - 70 days
Event: WrestleMania IX Date: April 4, 1993
  1. - Yokozuna - 280 days
Event: King of The Ring Date: June 13, 1993
  1. - Bret Hart (2) - 248 days
Event: Wrestlemania X Date: March 20, 1994
  1. - Owen Hart - 130 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 23, 1994
10.- British Bulldog - 231 days
Event: Wrestlemania XI Date: April 2, 1995
11.- Bret Hart (3) - 133 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 19, 1995
12.- Shawn Michaels - 231 days
Event: WrestleMania XII Date: March 31, 1996
13.- Undertaker - 259 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 17, 1996
14.- Bret Hart (4) - 98 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 3, 1997
15.- Shawn Michaels (2) - 140 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 9, 1997
16.- Stone Cold - 182 days
Event: WrestleMania XIV Date: March 29, 1998
VACATED
17.- The Rock - 50 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 15, 1998
18.- Mankind - 53 days
Event: RAW Date: December 29, 1998
19.- The Rock (2) - 41 days
Event: RAW Date: February 15, 1999
20.- Stone Cold (2) - 147 days
Event: WrestleMania XV Date: March 28, 1999
21.- Triple H - 224 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 22, 1999
22.- The Rock (3) - 203 days
Event: Wrestlemania 2000 Date: April 2, 2000
23.- Kurt Angle - 161 days
Event: No Mercy Date: October 22, 2000
24.- Kane - 175 days
Event: WrestleMania X-Seven Date: April 1, 2001
25.- Stone Cold (3) - 77 days
Event: Unforgiven Date: September 23, 2001
26.- Chris Jericho - 98 days
Event: Vengeance Date: December 9, 2001
27.- Triple H (2) - 35 days
Event: WrestleMania X8 Date: March 17, 2002
28.- Undertaker (2) - 126 days
Event: Backlash Date: April 21, 2002
29.- Brock Lesnar - 84 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 25, 2002
30.- Big Show - 98 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 17, 2002
31.- Kurt Angle (2) - 35 days
Event: No Way Out Date: February 23, 2003
32.- Brock Lesnar (2) - 119 days
Event: WrestleMania XIX Date: March 30, 2003
33.- Kurt Angle (3) - 53 days
Event: Vengeance Date: July 27, 2003
34.- Brock Lesnar (3) - 152 days
Event: Smackdown Date: September 16, 2003
35.- Eddie Guerrero - 133 days
Event: No Way Out Date: February 15, 2004
36.- Chris Jericho (2) - 280 days
Event: The Great American Bash Date: June 27, 2004
37.- John Cena - 280 days
Event: Wrestlemania 21 Date: April 3, 2005
38.- Edge - 112 days
Event: New Year's Revolution Date: January 8, 2006
39.- John Cena (2) - 42 days
Event: Backlash Date: April 30, 2006
40.- RVD - 22 days
Event: ECW One Night Stand Date: June 11, 2006
41.- Edge (2) - 76 days
Event: RAW Date: July 3, 2006
42.- John Cena (3) - 196 days
Event: Unforgiven Date: September 17, 2006
43.- Shawn Michaels (3) - 189 days
Event: Wrestlemania 23 Date: April 1, 2007
44.- Randy Orton - 203 days
Event: No Mercy Date: October 7, 2007
45.- Triple H (3) - 84 days
Event: Backlash Date: April 27, 2008
46.- Edge (3) - 147 days
Event: The Great American Bash Date: July 20, 2008
47.- Jeff Hardy - 133 days
Event: Armageddon Date: December 14, 2008
48.- Randy Orton (2) - 161 days
Event: Backlash Date: April 26, 2009
49.- John Cena (4) - 70 days
Event: Hell in a cell Date: October 25, 2009
50.- Sheamus - 70 days
Event: TLC Date: December 13, 2009
51.- Batista - 119 days
Event: Elimination Chamber Date: February 21, 2010
52.- Sheamus (2) - 155 days
Event: Fatal 4 Way Date: June 20, 2010
53.- John Morrison - 160 days
Event: RAW Date: November 22, 2010
54.- John Cena (5) - 77 days
Event: Extreme Rules Date: May 1, 2011
55.- Cm Punk - 28 days
Event: Money in The Bank Date: July 17, 2011
56.- The Miz - 98 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 14, 2011
57.- Cm Punk (2) - 434 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 20, 2011
58.- The Rock (4) - 70 days
Event: Royal Rumble Date: January 27, 2013
59.- John Cena (6) - 133 days
Event: Wrestlemania 29 Date: April 7, 2013
60.- Randy Orton (3) - 231 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 18, 2013
61.- Daniel Bryan - 65 days
Event: Wrestlemania XXX Date: April 6, 2014
VACATED
62._ Bray Wyatt - 273 days
Event: Money in The Bank Date: June 29, 2014
63._ Seth Rollins - 220 days
Event: Wrestlemania 31 Date: March 29, 2015
64._ Roman Reigns - 63 days
Event: Survivor Series Date: November 22, 2015
65._ Dean Ambrose - 70 days
Event: Royal Rumble Date: January 24, 2016
66._ Roman Reigns (2) - 77 days
Event: Wrestlemania 32 Date: April 3, 2016
67._ Seth Rollins (2) - 35 days
Event: Money in The Bank Date: June 19, 2016
68._ Dean Ambrose (2) - 77 days
Event: Battleground Date: July 24, 2016
69._ Aj Styles - 175 days
Event: No Mercy Date: October 9, 2016
70._ John Cena (7) - 49 days
Event: Wrestlemania 33 Date: April 2, 2017
71._ Kevin Owens - 170 days
Event: Backlash Date: May 21, 2017
72._ Aj Styles (2) - 180 days
Event: Smackdown Live Date: November 7, 2017
73._ Daniel Bryan (2) - 105 days
Event: Backlash Date: May 6, 2018
74._ The Miz (2) - 231 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 19, 2018
75._ Kofi Kingston - 126 days
Event: Wrestlemania 35 Date: April 7, 2019
76._ Daniel Bryan (3) - 227 days
Event: Summerslam Date: August 11, 2019
77._ Drew McIntyre - 202 days
Event: Wrestlemania 36 Date: March 25, 2020
78._ Randy Orton (4) - +4 days
Event: Halloween Havoc Date: October 24, 2020
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2020.10.29 00:58 YoBuckStopsHere 2020 Colorado Election State Races

2020 Colorado State Elections
State Board of Education Member - Congressional District 1
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Lisa Escarcega Democratic 0% 0
Sydnnia Wulff Republican 0% 0
Zachary Laddison Approval Voting 0% 0
Alan Hayman Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Board of Education Member - Congressional District 3
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Mayling Simpson Democratic 0% 0
Joyce Rankin Republican 0% 0
State Board of Education Member - Congressional District 7
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Karla Esser Democratic 0% 0
Nancy Pallozzi Republican 0% 0
Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 2
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Callie Rennison Democratic 0% 0
Dick R. Murphy Republican 0% 0
Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 6
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Ilana Spiegel Democratic 0% 0
Richard Murray Republican 0% 0
Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 7
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Nolbert Chavez Democratic 0% 0
State Senator - District 4
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Elissa Flaumenhaft Democratic 0% 0
Jim Smallwood Republican 0% 0
Wayne Harlos Libertarian 0% 0
State Senator - District 8
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Karl Hanlon Democratic 0% 0
Robert Rankin Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 10
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Randi McCallian Democratic 0% 0
Larry G. Liston Republican 0% 0
Heather Johnson Libertarian 0% 0
State Senator - District 12
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Electra Johnson Democratic 0% 0
Bob Gardner Republican 0% 0
Zechariah Harris Libertarian 0% 0
State Senator - District 14
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Joann Ginal Democratic 0% 0
Hans Hochheimer Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 17
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Sonya Jaquez Lewis Democratic 0% 0
Matthew Menza Republican 0% 0
Andrew O'Connor Libertarian 0% 0
State Senator - District 18
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Stephen Fenberg Democratic 0% 0
Peg Cage Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 19
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Rachel Zenzinger Democratic 0% 0
Lynn Gerber Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 21
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Dominick Moreno Democratic 0% 0
Martin Mendez Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 23
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Sally Boccella Democratic 0% 0
Barbara Kirkmeyer Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 25
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Paula Dickerson Democratic 0% 0
Kevin Priola Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 26
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Jeff Bridges Democratic 0% 0
Bob Roth Republican 0% 0
Marc Solomon Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Senator - District 27
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Chris Kolker Democratic 0% 0
Suzanne Staiert Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 28
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Janet Buckner Democratic 0% 0
Karl Stecher Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 29
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Rhonda Fields Democratic 0% 0
Michele Poague Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Senator - District 31
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Chris Hansen Democratic 0% 0
Doug Townsend Republican 0% 0
State Senator - District 33
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
James Coleman Democratic 0% 0
Jerry Burton Unity Party 0% 0
State Senator - District 35
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Carlos Lopez Democratic 0% 0
Cleave Simpson Jr. Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 1
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Susan Lontine Democratic 0% 0
Samantha Koch Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 2
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Alec Garnett Democratic 0% 0
Victoria Partridge Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 3
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Meg Froelich Democratic 0% 0
Dean Titterington Republican 0% 0
David Jurist Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Representative - District 4
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez Democratic 0% 0
Grant Price Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 5
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Alex Valdez Democratic 0% 0
Jonathan Woodley Republican 0% 0
Joe Richardson Unity Party 0% 0
State Representative - District 6
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Steven Woodrow Democratic 0% 0
William McAleb Republican 0% 0
Jeffrey Crowe Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Representative - District 7
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Jennifer Bacon Democratic 0% 0
State Representative - District 8
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Leslie Herod Democratic 0% 0
State Representative - District 9
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Emily Sirota Democratic 0% 0
Larry Braig Republican 0% 0
Wes Pinchot Libertarian Party 0% 0
State Representative - District 10
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Edie Hooton Democratic 0% 0
Kenneth Stickney Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 11
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Karen McCormick Democratic 0% 0
Mark Milliman Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 12
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Tracey Bernett Democratic 0% 0
Eric Davila Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 13
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Judith Amabile Democratic 0% 0
Kevin Sipple Republican 0% 0
James Gilman Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 14
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
John Foley Democratic 0% 0
Shane Sandridge Republican 0% 0
David Thompson Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 15
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
John Pyne IV Democratic 0% 0
Dave Williams Republican 0% 0
Mike McRedmond Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 16
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Stephanie Vigil Democratic 0% 0
Andy Pico Republican 0% 0
John Hjersman Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 17
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Thomas Exum Sr. Democratic 0% 0
Robert Blancken Republican 0% 0
Susan Quilleash-Nelson Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 18
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Marc Snyder Democratic 0% 0
George Rapko Republican 0% 0
Nathan Foutch Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 19
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Joseph Thompson Jr. Democratic 0% 0
Tim Geitner Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 20
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Megan Fossinger Democratic 0% 0
Terri Carver Republican 0% 0
Judith Darcy Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 21
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Liz Rosenbaum Democratic 0% 0
Mary Bradfield Republican 0% 0
Michael Seebeck Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 22
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Mary Parker Democratic 0% 0
Colin Larson Republican 0% 0
Margot Herzl Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 23
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Christopher Louis Kennedy Democratic 0% 0
Fred Clifford Republican 0% 0
Doug Anderson Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 24
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Monica Duran Democratic 0% 0
Laurel Imer Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 25
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Lisa Cutter Democratic 0% 0
Donald Rosier Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 26
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Dylan Roberts Democratic 0% 0
State Representative - District 27
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Brianna Titone Democratic 0% 0
Vicki Pyne Republican 0% 0
Cory Schaeffer Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 28
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Kerry Tipper Democratic 0% 0
Pedro Roybal Republican 0% 0
Amara Hildebrand Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 29
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Lindsey Daugherty Democratic 0% 0
Vanessa Warren-Demott Republican 0% 0
Ryan Van Gundy Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 30
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Dafna Michaelson Jenet Democratic 0% 0
Kerrie Gutierrez Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 31
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Yadira Caraveo Democratic 0% 0
State Representative - District 32
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Adrienne Benavidez Democratic 0% 0
Anthony Caputo Republican 0% 0
Jason Chapman Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 33
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Matt Gray Democratic 0% 0
Mindy Quiachon Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 34
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Kyle Mullica Democratic 0% 0
Mark Bromley Republican 0% 0
Robert Stutz Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 35
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Shannon Bird Democratic 0% 0
Roger Lehman Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 36
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Mike Weissman Democratic 0% 0
Dustin Bishop Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 37
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Tom Sullivan Democratic 0% 0
Caroline Cornell Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 38
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
David Ortiz Democratic 0% 0
Richard Champion Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 39
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Ian Chapman Democratic 0% 0
Mark Baisley Republican 0% 0
Bonnie Pyle Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 40
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Naquetta Ricks Democratic 0% 0
Richard Allen Bassett Republican 0% 0
Robert Harrison Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 41
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Iman Jodeh Democratic 0% 0
Robert Andrews Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 42
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Dominique Jackson Democratic 0% 0
State Representative - District 43
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Jennifer Mitkowski Democratic 0% 0
Kevin Van Winkle Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 44
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Kyra Storojev Democratic 0% 0
Kim Ransom Republican 0% 0
Brian Meyer Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 45
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Katie Barrett Democratic 0% 0
Patrick Neville Republican 0% 0
Caryn Ann Harlos Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 46
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Daneya Esgar Democratic 0% 0
Jonathan Ambler Republican 0% 0
John Pickerill Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 47
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Bri Buentello Democratic 0% 0
Stephanie Luck Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 48
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Holly Herson Democratic 0% 0
Tonya Van Beber Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 49
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Yara Zokaie Democratic 0% 0
Michael Lynch Republican 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Mary Young Democratic 0% 0
Sean Short Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 51
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Vern Richardson Democratic 0% 0
Hugh McKean Republican 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Cathy Kipp Democratic 0% 0
Donna Walter Republican 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Jennifer Arndt Democratic 0% 0
Adam Shuknecht Libertarian 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
AliceMarie Slaven-Emond Democratic 0% 0
Matt Soper Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 55
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Scott Beilfuss Democratic 0% 0
Janice Rich Republican 0% 0
Sierra Garcia Green 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Maria-Vittoria Carminati Democratic 0% 0
Rod Bockenfeld Republican 0% 0
Kevin Gulbranson Libertarian 0% 0
State Representative - District 57
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Colin Wilhelm Democratic 0% 0
Perry Will Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 58
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Seth Cagin Democratic 0% 0
Marc Catlin Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 59
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Barbara Hall McLachlan Democratic 0% 0
Marilyn Harris Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 60
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Lori Boydston Democratic 0% 0
Ron Hanks Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 61
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Julie McCluskie Democratic 0% 0
Kim McGahey Republican 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Donald Valdez Democratic 0% 0
Logan Taggart Republican 0% 0
State Representative - District 63
NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Geneiveve Schneider Democratic 0% 0
Dan Woog Republican 0% 0
Joe Johnson Libertarian 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Edwin Ormiston Democratic 0% 0
Richard Holtorf Republican 0% 0
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NAME PARTY PERCENTAGE TOTAL VOTES
Rod Pelton Republican 0% 0
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2020.10.28 23:46 TacoTim56 [US-CO] [H] Bank Robber Joker, Scarface, GOT, Ad Icon, Lot of Pops [W] PayPal or NBC Trades

Trying to sell my collection for a car. Will accept Nightmare Before Christmas trades. Shipping not included in price.
Proof
PRICES
Whole lot: $2,500
Ad Icons:
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Boo Berry w/cereal - $40
Count Chocula w/cereal - $40
Frankenberry w/cereal - $40
ECC 19 Pillsbury Doughboy - $35
10 in. Cap’N Crunch - $37
SDCC 19 Toucan - $36
10 in. Coca Cola Bear - $35
Quake - $30
10 in. Tony the Tiger - $30
Twinkie the Kid (Retro Chase) - $20
Buzz the Bee - $19
Pillsbury Doughboy - $18
Colonel Sanders (Gold) - $17
Charlie the Tuna - $15
King Ding Dong - $15
Captain Cupcake - $14
Lil Sweet - $13
Toy Tokyo Peter Pez - $12
Kook-Aid Man - $11
Fruit Pie Magician - $11
Dig Em Frog - $9
Bazooka Joe - $7
Twinkie the Kid - $6
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Green Giant - $5
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2020.10.28 21:10 EuroleagueBot Post-Match Thread: ratiopharm Ulm - Unicaja Malaga [EuroCup Regular Season, Round 5]

Event Date: October 28, 2020 19:15 CET
Stadium: RATIOPHARM ARENA
Attendance: 0 (Tentative)
Referees: MANTYLA, PETRI; PEERANDI, RAIN; THEPENIER, HUGUES
TEAM SCORE
ratiopharm Ulm 76
Unicaja Malaga 81
BY QUARTER 1 2 3 4
ratiopharm Ulm 22 19 16 19
Unicaja Malaga 20 21 21 19
Head Coach: LAKOVIC, JAKA
# ratiopharm Ulm MIN PTS 2FG 3FG FT OREB DREB TREB AST STL TO BLK PF PIR
3 LANDERS, TREY 17:16 2 1/4 1 1 1 2 1 -3
6 GUENTHER, PER 12:40 8 1/1 2/3 0/1 2 2 3 4
7 PETRUCELLI, JOHN 28:29 9 3/7 1/4 2 2 4 3 2 1 1 2 10
10 PHILIPPS, CHRISTOPH 18:05 4 0/1 0/1 4/6 1 3 4 1 2 6
11 WILKINS, ISAIAH 16:39 2 1/3 1 1 1 2 1
13 OBST, ANDREAS 14:31 11 4/4 1/5 0/2 2 2 1 9
21 OSETKOWSKI, DYLAN 22:07 17 7/10 0/2 3/4 2 5 7 1 2 3 19
22 KLEPEISZ, THOMAS 19:45 12 0/1 4/5 1 2 3 1 1 3 4 9
23 CAUPAIN, TROY 26:30 11 3/4 1/3 2/2 3 3 5 3 4 11
29 DIALLO, NAT 1:00
33 HECKMANN, PATRICK 2:52 1
35 HOLMAN, ARIC 20:06 0/2 3 3 2 2 1 1 3
Team 3 2 5 5
Totals 200:00 76 20/37 9/23 9/15 9 24 33 16 8 13 1 22 75
Head Coach: CASIMIRO, LUIS
# Unicaja Malaga MIN PTS 2FG 3FG FT OREB DREB TREB AST STL TO BLK PF PIR
2 THOMPSON, DEON 24:59 14 5/8 1/3 1/4 1 4 5 4 4 1 1 1 22
8 BRIZUELA, DARIO 17:25 7 1/2 1/3 2/2 1 1 2 1 4 2 4
9 DIAZ, ALBERTO 37:57 7 0/2 2/4 1/2 4 4 5 1 1 2 14
10 ALONSO, FRANCIS 27:39 21 3/4 3/7 6/6 1 1 20
21 WACZYNSKI, ADAM 10:25 5 1/1 2/2 1 1 2 1 1 1 3 6
23 ABROMAITIS, TIM 20:25 10 2/3 1/3 3/4 8
32 GUERRERO, RUBEN 23:45 4 2/4 3 6 9 3 1 4 6
33 NZOSA, YANNICK 1:26 2 -2
43 SUAREZ, CARLOS 2:21 1 -1
52 GERUN, VOLODYMYR 13:34 1 0/2 1/2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1
83 BOUTEILLE, AXEL 20:04 12 0/3 4/6 1 4 5 1 1 1 11
Team 2 3 5 1 4
Totals 200:00 81 13/28 13/27 16/22 8 25 33 14 7 15 3 16 93
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2020.10.28 19:23 KarsenM Taking a Deep Dive into the Best SMG Players from WW2

Taking a Deep Dive into the Best SMG Players from WW2
With 4v4 coming back, I wanted to take a deep dive into the last 4v4 title we had (WW2). Specifically, this post is going to be taking an in depth look at some deeper SMG only metrics from the WW2 season.
For more analysis and stats on the Cod League: Follow me on twitter (@CodLeagueStats)

Who was the best at staying alive in WW2?

In Call of Duty, the average amount of time in a game you spend alive per life and the number of engagements you have on the map are heavily correlated. If you are taking lots of gunfights, you are more likely to die quickly and vice versa. Because these two stats are so correlated. We can look at a correlation graph to see which outlier players were able to best outlive their expected time per life.
The graph below represents all hardpoint matches from the WW2 season. Only players who played more than 35 games with an SMG are included. The solid black line represents how long an average player SHOULD stay alive depending on the amount of engagements they have in a game. Players above the black line are those who were able to stay alive longer than expected based on the amount of engagements they were in. All data is adjusted for the map played. (Certain maps lead to more engagements, time alive, etc).

https://preview.redd.it/d3yc1gsaovv51.png?width=867&format=png&auto=webp&s=14837463ad7cf0550436d35368035a19c92cd090

Deeper Dive

Although looking who is above or below the line gives us a good idea of who the best players at outperforming their expected life are. We can actually go a step further and run a linear regression on every player to figure out who EXACTLY was the best at outperforming their expected time per life in WW2 when using an SMG.
Player Actual Time per Life Pred Time per Life GP Difference
Shockz 22.52 20.80 108 1.72
Denz 22.52 20.86 61 1.66
Loony 22.27 21.01 133 1.26
Temp 21.83 20.61 115 1.22
Arcitys 22.89 21.83 52 1.07
GodRx 21.08 20.14 40 0.93
Skrapz 20.96 20.03 115 0.93
Zer0 21.30 20.40 130 0.90
Apathy 21.74 20.86 117 0.88
Huke 21.32 20.49 121 0.83
Attach 21.60 20.87 126 0.73
Jurd 21.21 20.55 109 0.66
Slacked 21.44 20.85 137 0.59
Silly 21.53 20.98 129 0.55
Decemate 21.60 21.06 87 0.54
Zayrox 22.14 21.67 42 0.46
Kenny 20.27 19.83 146 0.44
Lacefield 21.83 21.45 44 0.38
Xotic 20.15 19.78 44 0.37
Zed 21.52 21.17 60 0.35
Moose 22.51 22.22 62 0.29
Bance 19.79 19.60 110 0.19
Felony 20.53 20.36 88 0.17
Scump 20.39 20.27 128 0.12
Aqua 21.14 21.05 37 0.09
Priestah 20.55 20.48 94 0.06
Karma 21.45 21.42 78 0.03
Gunless 19.70 19.75 73 -0.05
JKap 19.81 19.88 101 -0.06
Crimsix 20.02 20.11 77 -0.09
John 19.02 19.16 144 -0.13
Fero 20.30 20.52 85 -0.22
When looking at the results, we see a lot of historically slowemethodical players towards the top. WW2 was a slower game by itself, add in 4v4 which plays slower than 5v5 and it's not surprising to see these types of players there.
While this metric gives us a great idea of who some of the best SMG players were in WW2, there are some flaws. A player that is consistently baiting teammates or taking easier engagements is going to rank better than those who aren't. This is why we see historically fast entry players like Prestinni and ZooMaa not fair as well in this metric. Simply, more difficult engagements = less than expected time per life and less difficult engagements = more than expected time per life.

SND Accuracy

Next, we are going to be looking at how accurate players were when using an SMG in Search and Destroy. Looking at the accuracy of a player in Hardpoint is extremely noisy, and almost impossible to decipher real value from. The accuracy of a player in hardpoint is going to wildly vary depending on how fast they're playing, if their team is consistently set-up/winning rotations, distance of engagements, do they like to prefire a lot, etc. Therefore for this I decided to look at SND Data only from WW2. SND is the closest game mode you will get where every kill has equal 1 to 1 value in terms of its affects on a team winning. There is still some baiting, playing slower, etc.. But it is not as prevalent. Looking at accuracy % strictly in SND can give us real insight into who was the best at hitting their shots with an SMG in WW2. Also, it is the one game type where pre-firing is not used as much.
Player Accuracy GP
Spoof 27.27% 21
Abezy 26.95% 26
Moose 25.60% 40
Zoomaa 24.06% 95
Joee 23.96% 103
Saints 23.87% 90
Nimble 23.81% 38
Seany 23.65% 56
Riskin 23.65% 29
Fighta 23.63% 34
Priestah 23.60% 29
Classic 23.52% 25
Joshh 23.25% 84
Malls 22.94% 21
Scump 22.87% 77
Kenny 22.49% 56
TJHaly 22.16% 81
Vortex 21.77% 63
Xotic 21.72% 26
Proto 21.63% 25
Zed 21.56% 45
Jurd 21.52% 61
Attach 21.44% 33
Bance 21.38% 65
Censor 21.36% 51
Huke 21.16% 70
Decemate 20.97% 32
JKap 20.79% 21
Slacked 20.67% 82
Prestinni 20.55% 90
Enable 20.46% 41
Silly 20.02% 84
Karma 20.01% 30
Felony 20.00% 62

Getting Simple With K/D

Getting a bit more simple, here is every players K/D when strictly using an SMG in WW2 (respawn only).
Player Respawn KD GP
Denz 1.088 103
Shockz 1.087 164
Temp 1.074 185
Huke 1.068 190
Aqua 1.067 58
Kenny 1.065 230
Formal 1.054 60
Scump 1.051 206
Crimsix 1.042 128
Skrapz 1.041 181
Attach 1.041 205
Methodz 1.039 54
Arcitys 1.034 85
Apathy 1.025 189
GodRx 1.025 68
John 1.023 235
Zoomaa 1.023 237
Gunless 1.020 111
Zer0 1.018 189
Saints 1.017 176
Decemate 1.011 135
Fero 1.007 154
Silly 0.999 207
Slacked 0.997 228
Alex 0.995 94
Jurd 0.994 177
Priestah 0.993 146
Zed 0.989 98
Loony 0.987 220
Lacefield 0.981 72

All Metrics Combined

Finally, putting all of the metrics used together we can get an overall look at who the best SMG players were in WW2. I put this in a spreadsheet color formatted to make it easy for everyone to view.
Link Here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HcAjQfHjzGD7_HH_724GM7BLqsQf3Lx3a-iLmuMLjK4/edit?usp=sharing
Players with green in most or all metrics are who I believe to be the best SMG players from WW2.
Kenny, Temp, Huke, Scump, Skrapz, ZooMaa, Denz, GodRx, Zer0, Gunless, Saints, John, Priestahh, Shockz, Jurd (No particular order)
"But there are AR players on this list" It is based purely off of how players performed when using an SMG in WW2. Any games with an AR were discarded. The only goal of this is to figure out who was the best at using an SMG as a weapon in WW2. Not based on role.
TLDR: Link to all of the metrics in the article color coded. Green = good, red = bad: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HcAjQfHjzGD7_HH_724GM7BLqsQf3Lx3a-iLmuMLjK4/edit?usp=sharing
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2020.10.28 18:59 EuroleagueBot Post-Match Thread: UNICS Kazan - Joventut Badalona [EuroCup Regular Season, Round 5]

Event Date: October 28, 2020 17:00 CET
Stadium: BASKET HALL KAZAN
Attendance: 2143 (Tentative)
Referees: MOGULKOC, EMIN; KOLJENSIC, MILOS ; JURAS, MARKO
TEAM SCORE
UNICS Kazan 91
Joventut Badalona 93
BY QUARTER 1 2 3 4 EXTRA 1
UNICS Kazan 15 19 17 31 9
Joventut Badalona 14 19 23 26 11
Head Coach: PRIFTIS, DIMITRIS
# UNICS Kazan MIN PTS 2FG 3FG FT OREB DREB TREB AST STL TO BLK PF PIR
00 BROWN III, JOHN 36:12 19 9/16 0/1 1/1 1 5 6 2 2 3 18
3 CANAAN, ISAIAH 33:40 8 4/5 0/7 2 2 6 1 3 2 4
6 ZHBANOV, GEORGY 17:42 1 0/2 1/2 4 4 4 2 3 6
7 WOLTERS, NATE 36:51 15 3/4 3/5 1 2 3 4 1 1 21
9 WHITE, OKARO 26:17 12 2/4 2/6 2/2 2 5 7 2 2 1 4 16
12 KLIMENKO, ARTEM DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - -
13 UZINSKII, DMITRII 5:13
15 SMITH, JAMAR 34:20 10 2/6 2/6 2 2 5 4 1 2 12
19 MORGAN, JORDAN 27:41 23 10/13 3/4 6 2 8 2 1 3 4 25
22 RAZUMOV, ALEKSANDR DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - -
42 KOLESNIKOV, EVGENY 6:04 3 1/2 2
88 KAIMAKOGLOU, KOSTAS 1:00 0/1 1 1 -3
Team 2 1 3 3
Totals 225:00 91 30/50 8/28 7/9 12 23 35 25 12 9 1 22 102
Head Coach: DURAN, CARLES
# Joventut Badalona MIN PTS 2FG 3FG FT OREB DREB TREB AST STL TO BLK PF PIR
0 DIMITRIJEVIC, NENAD 34:19 17 5/10 0/6 7/8 2 2 2 5 1 8
6 LOPEZ-AROSTEGUI, XABI 21:50 16 2/4 3/3 3/3 1 4 5 2 2 2 22
9 MORGAN, CONOR 17:10 6 1/2 1/4 1/1 3 3 1 2 1 5
10 BRODZIANSKY, VLADIMIR 32:20 20 3/3 2/6 8/9 1 1 4 16
12 KRAAG, YANNICK DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - -
13 PARRADO, ARNAU 3:03 1 0/1 1/2
14 VENTURA, ALBERT 34:19 8 1/1 2/4 2 2 4 1 1 10
20 BASSAS, FERRAN 31:12 5 1/3 1/2 2 3 5 13 1 3 2 17
32 ZAGARS, ARTURS DNP - - - - - - - - - - - - -
35 BIRGANDER, SIMON 35:06 12 6/9 2 7 9 3 1 4 2 26
44 PARRA, JOEL 15:41 8 4/4 1 2 3 1 1 1 2 10
Team 1 4 5 1 4
Totals 225:00 93 23/36 9/26 20/23 7 27 34 25 5 16 4 15 118
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