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2020.05.31 18:03 AvenattiForPresident Police brutality during the 2020 George Floyd protests

This subreddit exists to document the violence committed by law enforcement on peaceful protesters during the protests & riots of 2020 following the murder of George Floyd.
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2011.01.31 01:06 hmasing Fuck Cancer

A place to share stories about cancer, our friends and family who have battled the disease, and other general support. This is not a place for mocking or inappropriate humor. However, funny stories and jokes relevant to the topic will be greatly appreciated. ZERO MARKETING OR SALES POSTS. All will be deleted and you will be banned. As much as I want to support research, this is also not the place to post your research data request. Sorry.
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2016.06.03 04:02 ChiSox115 Steven Crowder

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2020.09.24 16:03 CovidMdBot 9/24/2020 In the last 24 hours there have been 503 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland. There has now been a total of 121,800 confirmed cases.

SUMMARY (9/24/2020)
YESTERDAY'S TESTING STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg
Number of Tests 23,693 24,136 -1.8%
Number of Positive Tests 623 606 +2.9%
Percent Positive Tests 2.63% 2.61% +0.9%
State Reported 7-day Rolling Positive Testing Percent: 3%
Testing metrics are distinct from case metrics as an individual may be tested multiple times.
SUMMARY STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg Total to Date
Number of confirmed cases 503 487 +3.3% 121,800
Number of confirmed deaths 9 6 +43.2% 3,765
Number of probable deaths -2 0 -566.7% 144
Number of persons tested negative 8,971 9,391 -4.5% 1,439,779
Ever hospitalized 31 44 -29.8% 15,299
Released from isolation 20 16 +27.3% 7,416
Total testing volume 23,702 24,137 -1.8% 2,464,927
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATION USAGE
Metric Total 24 HR Delta Prev 7 Day Avg Delta Delta vs 7 Day Avg
Currently hospitalized 349 +17 -2 -893.3%
Acute care 268 +15 -1 -1412.5%
Intensive care 81 +2 -1 -300.0%
The Currently hospitalized metric appears to be the sum of the Acute care and Intensive care metrics.
Cases and Deaths Data Breakdown
CASES BY COUNTY
County Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
Allegany 459 5 22 0 0 0
Anne Arundel 9,812 53 234 1 12 0
Baltimore County 17,655 76 598 1 23 -1
Baltimore City 15,374 45 466 1 18 0
Calvert 928 8 27 0 1 0
Caroline 640 2 6 1 0 0
Carroll 1,925 5 121 0 3 -1
Cecil 1,034 9 33 1 1 0
Charles 2,737 12 98 1 2 0
Dorchester 582 4 10 0 0 0
Frederick 3,975 17 124 0 7 0
Garrett 72 0 1 0 0 0
Harford 2,963 18 72 0 4 0
Howard 4,997 14 117 0 6 0
Kent 300 2 22 0 2 0
Montgomery 22,078 76 801 0 40 0
Prince George's 28,887 103 799 1 23 0
Queen Anne's 650 5 25 0 1 0
Somerset 252 1 4 0 0 0
St. Mary's 1,262 3 57 0 0 0
Talbot 549 6 6 0 0 0
Washington 1,705 14 37 0 0 0
Wicomico 1,936 17 48 0 0 0
Worcester 1,028 8 25 0 1 0
Data not available 0 0 12 2 0 0
CASES BY AGE & GENDER:
Demographic Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
0-9 4,505 18 0 0 0 0
10-19 10,140 65 2 0 0 0
20-29 22,938 115 23 0 1 0
30-39 22,064 81 47 0 6 0
40-49 19,530 70 121 0 3 0
50-59 17,784 80 309 0 16 0
60-69 11,917 46 620 3 13 -1
70-79 7,122 19 938 0 27 0
80+ 5,800 9 1,703 6 78 -1
Data not available 0 0 2 0 0 0
Female 64,355 255 1,844 5 75 0
Male 57,445 248 1,921 4 69 -2
Sex Unknown 0 0 0 0 0 0
CASES BY RACE:
Race Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
African-American (NH) 38,719 129 1,543 1 55 0
White (NH) 30,278 191 1,593 4 71 -2
Hispanic 26,527 69 436 0 12 0
Asian (NH) 2,305 10 139 0 6 0
Other (NH) 5,594 20 42 2 0 0
Data not available 18,377 84 12 2 0 0
MAP OF CASES:
MAP (9/24/2020)
TOTAL MD CASES:
TOTAL MD CASES (9/24/2020)
CURRENT MD HOSP. & TOTAL DEATHS:
CURRENT MD HOSP. & TOTAL DEATHS (9/24/2020)
PREVIOUS THREADS:
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OBTAINING DATASETS:
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2020.09.24 07:16 skunk_box [WTB/WTT] TWICE UPDATED LIST, numismatics (base and precious) and paper money

Looking to get:
  1. 1939 BU Canada Parliament Dollar
  2. Festival of Great Britain George VI 1951 Crown in original box
  3. A British Crown with King George slaying the Dragon on it (Victoria and Edward preferred)
  4. 1902-1910 Any date British Edward VII Florin, any condition
  5. VF-XF Barber coin (dime, quarter, half), common date, uncleaned, good luster or good circulation cameo
  6. British Queen Victoria coins, any bust, condition, denomination (1/32 farthing up to the crown and anything and everything in between)
  7. 10s, 20s, 30s BU Wheat penny, no toning, red
  8. Z.A.R. South African coins, any denomination
  9. BU buffalo nickel 1913 (any type) or 1937 D/P
  10. Nicer seated coinage
  11. 1967 Centennial Canada Bunny Nickel
  12. 1967 Canada specimen set centennial in OGP, nicer toning preferred
  13. British hammered silver, preferably Queen Elizabeth the First
  14. British Cartwheel pennies/2p 1797 any condition, culls are fine
  15. Dutch East India company copper VOC duits, any yeacondition
  16. German Notgeld Westphalia coinage, any denomination/condition
  17. Clad British Commemorative Crowns
  18. British trade dollar
  19. Prussia 2/5 marks german states Freidric-Wilheim
  20. 1956 proof coins, US
  21. 1924/5/6 50 Kopeks and rouble USSR
  22. German states coinage (any and all)
  23. 1999 Canada Proof Quarters (any month, silver or clad)
  24. Gibraltar 2003 1 pound coin
  25. 1973 Greek 2 Drachmai Owl Design (or 1 drachma)
  26. Prussia German State 3 mark 1910
  27. German States victory 3 marks
  28. Napoleon French coins
  29. Coins with security edges, like this, this (second one from bottom), and/or these, examples include 1943 1/2 rupee and the 1993 5 dollars from hong kong
  30. 1898-1921 France 10 centimes, this
  31. 1922-1935 Italy 1 Lira, this
  32. 1974-87 France 10 Francs, this
  33. Bahamas 1 dollar banknote any condition
  34. Any version any year, BU or proof, Australian dragon 1 oz silver bars, solo dragon or double dragon
  35. 1921 Paderborn Notgeld set 50 pfennig to 2 mark, preferably with the original envelope and uncirculated, all four runs a-d
  36. Saxony State Issued Porcelan Notgeld, 1921, these and this, but gold gilded
  37. Guatemala 1/4 real, the tiny ones
  38. 1971 Mauritius 10 Rupees, this
  39. Greek Euro, owl design (any type)

Paper Money:

  1. Sawhorse 1$ (any year BESIDES 1917)
  2. Any denomination small size National Currency
  3. ANY fractional currency any condition all series
  4. Small size red seal 1$ United States Note 1928
  5. North Africa notes any denomination
  6. Hawaii notes any denomination
  7. Any series gold certificate
  8. 1914 FRN series, 5$ 20$ 50$ and 100$ in presentable condition (red and blue seals, 10$ in red needed as well)
  9. 1928 Any denomination number district FRN (Prefer 1928 Tate-Mellon)
  10. 1928 Any denomination letter district FRN
  11. 1934 Any denomination FRN (Prefer 1934 Julian-Morgenthau)
  12. 1934 Lime seal Any denomination FRN
  13. Any denomination small size FRBN
  14. 1988A, 1993 and 1995 1$ Web Notes (Prefer UNC and district L)
  15. 1934 1$ Funnyback (1934 series silver certs)
  16. Any denomination 1934 Silver Certificates Small Size
  17. 1928 United States Note 5$ Small Size Presentable
  18. 1923 1$ Large Size Red Seal
  19. 1899 2$ Silver Cert
  20. 1918/5 FRBN Any denomination besides 1$
  21. Woodchopper 5$ Bill (jackson)
  22. 5th Series Silver Cert 5$ Porthole

Details coins are fine as long as they aren't cleaned or polished, unless specified

Holed coins, big scratches, rim dings, post-jewelry, and anything similar are fine as long as they are confined, and not like polishing which covers the entire coin. Coins like this are acceptable.


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2020.09.24 00:31 regimbomb Banged up George Kittle or Jonnu Smith in a good match-up?

Banged up George Kittle or Jonnu Smith in a good match-up?
I also plan on starting Tannehill this week.
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2020.09.23 22:59 JaxxisR Thoughts on the Senate reports detailing the investigation into Joe Biden's alleged corruption?

Basis for question: Republican Inquiry Finds No Evidence of Wrongdoing by Biden
Direct link to Senate Republicans' Report: "Hunter Biden, Burisma, and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns"
Direct link to Senate Democrats' report: “Majority Investigation Amplifies Russian Attack on 2020 Election”
The Senate released a report earlier today summarizing their findings in the investigation of Joe Biden's corruption. Among their findings:
Republican report:
Democrat report:
Questions:
Do you agree with either of these reports? Why or why not?
Do you believe the investigation and/or the reports released today will affect voter support for Joe Biden, or otherwise affect the election in any way?
This investigation was conducted on two fronts with two competing agendas. Did you expect this, or would you expect more of a unified front, i.e. one investigation with one purpose and releasing one report of findings?
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2020.09.23 16:32 CovidMdBot 9/23/2020 In the last 24 hours there have been 385 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland. There has now been a total of 121,297 confirmed cases.

SUMMARY (9/23/2020)
YESTERDAY'S TESTING STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg
Number of Tests 19,158 25,197 -24.0%
Number of Positive Tests 503 646 -22.2%
Percent Positive Tests 2.63% 2.65% -0.7%
State Reported 7-day Rolling Positive Testing Percent: 3%
Testing metrics are distinct from case metrics as an individual may be tested multiple times.
SUMMARY STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg Total to Date
Number of confirmed cases 385 524 -26.5% 121,297
Number of confirmed deaths 8 6 +33.3% 3,756
Number of probable deaths -1 1 -275.0% 146
Number of persons tested negative 7,706 9,652 -20.2% 1,430,808
Ever hospitalized 31 46 -32.0% 15,268
Released from isolation 2 20 -90.0% 7,396
Total testing volume 19,158 25,200 -24.0% 2,441,225
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATION USAGE
Metric Total 24 HR Delta Prev 7 Day Avg Delta Delta vs 7 Day Avg
Currently hospitalized 332 +23 -9 -359.7%
Acute care 253 +21 -7 -419.6%
Intensive care 79 +2 -2 -187.5%
The Currently hospitalized metric appears to be the sum of the Acute care and Intensive care metrics.
Cases and Deaths Data Breakdown
CASES BY COUNTY
County Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
Allegany 454 4 22 0 0 0
Anne Arundel 9,759 46 233 0 12 0
Baltimore County 17,579 56 597 1 24 1
Baltimore City 15,329 37 465 1 18 0
Calvert 920 6 27 0 1 0
Caroline 638 0 5 0 0 0
Carroll 1,920 3 121 0 4 1
Cecil 1,025 8 32 0 1 0
Charles 2,725 9 97 0 2 0
Dorchester 578 0 10 0 0 0
Frederick 3,958 20 124 1 7 0
Garrett 72 0 1 0 0 0
Harford 2,945 0 72 0 4 0
Howard 4,983 15 117 1 6 0
Kent 298 1 22 0 2 0
Montgomery 22,002 69 801 0 40 0
Prince George's 28,784 69 798 3 23 0
Queen Anne's 645 5 25 0 1 0
Somerset 251 5 4 0 0 0
St. Mary's 1,259 2 57 0 0 0
Talbot 543 0 6 1 0 0
Washington 1,691 15 37 0 0 0
Wicomico 1,919 5 48 0 0 0
Worcester 1,020 10 25 0 1 0
Data not available 0 0 10 0 0 -3
CASES BY AGE & GENDER:
Demographic Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
0-9 4,487 25 0 0 0 0
10-19 10,075 60 2 0 0 0
20-29 22,823 88 23 0 1 0
30-39 21,983 50 47 0 6 0
40-49 19,460 53 121 1 3 0
50-59 17,704 59 309 1 16 0
60-69 11,871 32 617 2 14 0
70-79 7,103 12 938 1 27 0
80+ 5,791 6 1,697 3 79 -1
Data not available 0 0 2 0 0 0
Female 64,100 199 1,839 5 75 -1
Male 57,197 186 1,917 3 71 0
Sex Unknown 0 0 0 0 0 0
CASES BY RACE:
Race Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
African-American (NH) 38,590 109 1,542 5 55 0
White (NH) 30,087 142 1,589 1 73 2
Hispanic 26,458 76 436 1 12 0
Asian (NH) 2,295 2 139 1 6 0
Other (NH) 5,574 15 40 0 0 0
Data not available 18,293 41 10 0 0 -3
MAP OF CASES:
MAP (9/23/2020)
TOTAL MD CASES:
TOTAL MD CASES (9/23/2020)
CURRENT MD HOSP. & TOTAL DEATHS:
CURRENT MD HOSP. & TOTAL DEATHS (9/23/2020)
PREVIOUS THREADS:
SOURCE(S):
OBTAINING DATASETS:
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2020.09.23 14:56 Sconnie92 Around the Alliance 10.20 THE UNSPEAKABLE WEEK

Well that didn't go according to plan.
Week 2 will be remembered for it's loads of injuries, massive bench scores, and one very big party in the Gateway City. There were more upsets than chalk in the box scores, sending Las Vegas into a panic, and there were multiple shifts in the Legacy Ranks (a rare occurrence outside the playoffs).
Now that many stars are going to be sidelined for a few weeks (if not the whole season), expect more chaos and turnover in the weeks to come! It's anyone's guess what comes next.
In this edition of Around the Alliance...

WEEK 2 RECAP

Rangers (0-2) @ Clydesdales (1-1)
Live look in at St. Louis Monday night.
It has been a long journey, but the streak is over. Monday night, the game closed at the Dome with St. Louis ahead of Dunedin157.06 to 124.87, giving the Clydesdales their first victory in team history! Under the revengeful leadership of Russell Wilson, the team came out swinging early and showed pop up and down the roster. Fallen heroes like Leonard Fournette and future contributors like Justin Herbert saw results, and even those injured during the contest (CJ Uzomah in the 1st and Courtland Sutton in the 3rd) put up points before exiting. With the wave of injuries that swept across the Alliance, the Clydesdales came out relatively clean, though Sutton was certainly in the regular rotation at WR. It's a long season ahead, but this was certainly a promising sign and worthy of every bud light can smashed in the process.
As for the Rangers, the team is facing a daunting task of starting 0-2 and looking at a roster riddled with aging veterans. Lacking their 2021 1st and 2nd round picks, the team has little incentive to tank, but if the trend continues, Dunedin's front office may need to look at selling off some of its veteran assets in order to rebuild around a team core of Mahomes, Swift, Hardman, and Lamb.
Hodags (1-1) @ Lincoln (2-0)
After a thrilling week 1 win, the Hodags came away from the cornfields grateful to still have enough to field a squad. The injuries are starting to pile up, with starters Kenny Golloday, Chris Godwin, AJ Brown, and George Kittle all unable to play. There are nagging concerns around Chris Carson, JuJu Smith-Schuster, as well as the durability of David Montgomery and Mike Williams who both suffered camp dings. The Hoes were only slight favorites on the road in this match, but with all these injuries they might find themselves on the other side of the oddsmakers shortly.
The Johnsons, on the other hand, took sole possession of the Interior and picked up a valuable division win in the process. Outside of RB Philip Lindsay, the team is remarkably healthy up and down the roster, sporting tremendous depth at QB with FIVE startable options (do I smell trade bait?) as well as power TE tandem of Jonnu Smith and Hunter Henry. With devastating injury news for Alaska and Swansea in the RB department, it might be time to look to Lincoln for the best 1-2 backfield punch with Josh Jacobs and Derrick Henry.
Ducks (2-0) @ Shrimps (1-1)
Another upset on the week, the Ducks find pay dirt on the road in San Juan. Looking into the future though, the Ducks have some big worries for the return home. The headliner is of course the loss of RB and franchise face Saquon Barkley to a season-ending ACL injury. What shouldn't be missed in addition to that is the lack of depth across the bench. While a win is a win, the Ducks saw 10 bench players score less than 1 point (and that's not counting the injured players). Some active management will be needed to keep the momentum going forward in the fight for the Exterior.
For San Juan, the loss was a blow for sure, but not one that fans are panicking over. A down performance on offense across the skill positions made for a lackluster showing, but no one expects CEH, Davante Adams, and Deshaun Watson to stay down for long! Plus there were the continued bright spots of Super Flex Aaron Rodgers and a massive stat line from Tyler Higbeast!
Storm (1-1) @ Roadrunners (0-2)
Having taken a hard loss in their trophy ceremony last week, the defending champs got right on the road with a win in the desert. OKC continued to see dominance from QBs Josh Allen and Gardner Minshew, as well as immense speed from RBs Raheem Mostert and Alvin Kamara. Much like the Hodags and Ducks, the Storm are concerned about the injury bug spreading in the locker room, as Drew Lock and Mostert are expected to miss some time. This comes on the heels of WR Captain, Michael Thomas being ruled out for the next few weeks.
The expansion Roadrunners are still searching for their first win and it may still be a ways off. Injuries to Cam Akers, Will Fuller, Sammy Watkins, and Tyrod Taylor are set backs for sure. There's reason for optimism based on the back-to-back performances of franchise QB Ryan Tannehill as well as a solid outing from the satellite RB pair of Ekeler and Conner. Projecting into the future though, the Roadrunners travel to Lincoln and Northwoods the next two week, beginning 2020 with a gauntlet of the 2019 playoff teams. Reserve judgements until they make it through that stretch to host St. Louis in week 5.
Volcanoes (0-2) @ Kodiak (2-0)
Alaska is pretty good. Only 5 times has a team ever put up > 200pts on the week. 2 of those times were the Kodiak in weeks 1 and 2. Prior to this game, the single game record was the Northwoods Hodags with 220 in last year's playoff divisional round (against the Kodiak). This week, Alaska shattered that record by 55 points positing an absurd 275 on the scoreboard! One more interesting nugget: since losing to the Hodags in the 2019 divisional round, the Kodiak have posted the 3rd, 4th, and 1st highest scores in UFFA history. Even with the loss of CMC for a few weeks, Alaska is pretty good.
On the other side of the ball, the Volcanoes showed fight with the return of RB Miles Sanders as well as good performances from Derek Carr, and the WR trio of DJ Moore, Tyler Lockett, and John Brown. With all the injury news from this week, Hawaii seems to benefit the most with Emmanuel Sanders in line from Michael Thomas, Mike Davis in line from CMC, Jerry Jeudy in line from Courtland Sutton, and the potential that Devonta Freeman will find work in the absence of Barkley. These breaks along with the promising future of Moore and Sanders leaves some wondering if Hawaii made the right move trading away their 2021 1st and 2nd picks, but then again Drew Brees isn't looking any younger.

POWER RANKINGS

Biggest Rise: Lincoln (+3)
Biggest Fall: San Juan/Dunedin/Albuquerque (-2)
  1. Alaska Kodiak 2-0 (High: 1 / Low: 2 / - )The Kodiak remain the consensus team to beat in the power rankings. Now normally we'd think the loss of the top fantasy player (CMC) would set a team back, but when Aaron Jones goes ahead and explodes for more than 1/3 of the opposing team's total points, it somehow seems like Alaska won't miss a beat! The only criticism that could be leveled is how they have only played the two expansion teams thus far. Then again, they beat them with historic scoring, which is what you'd expect from the top team.
  2. Lincoln Johnsons 2-0 (High: 1 / Low: 4 / +3 )After entering the season with a dead last power rank, the Johnsons stand at the ready as the top member of the Interior! The team is well rounded and even has a good amount of depth (particularly at QB). It wouldn't be a surprise to see Lincoln move Rivers or Darnold and get some good return on a win-now window (that was supposed to be a soft-rebuild season).
  3. Northwoods Hodags 1-1 (High: 1 / Low: 7 / -1 )Injuries are the key to the Hoes' future. Given the wide range they were given in the rankings, there are clearly some who anticipate a swift return to action while others see the star-studded inactive list as a crippling problem. If the bug sticks around, it would surprise no one to see the Northwoods start making some depth-level trades to keep the ship afloat long enough to get healthy for the playoffs.
  4. Oklahoma City Storm 1-1 (High: 2 / Low: 6 / - )A get-right win over the Roadrunners was exactly what the doctor ordered. Much like their division rival Hodags, the Storm are likely concerned with the doctor's prognosis on several players. With the Johnsons looking legit and the Hodags possibly on a faster timeline to health, it might behoove OKC to find some alternate pieces sooner than later.
  5. San Juan Shrimps 1-1 (High: 3 / Low: 7 / -2 )San Juan had a bit of a hard come-down this week, but it's unlikely that the team is going to stay down for long. They have too high a ceiling on offense when they click. Unfortunately, the floor can be pretty low too when Mixon and CEH aren't in step. But with the tear that Rodgers has been on, and if Watson acts more like himself, the Shrimps could be on the fast track for success again next week.
  6. Swansea City Ducks 2-0 (High: 3 / Low: 7 / +1 )It's hard to see a 2-0 team ranked in the bottom half, but the Ducks have a lot of concerns on their roster. The loss of Saquon is crushing, as the team will now be relying on Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt to carry the backfield. Can it be done? Probably, but do you really want to have Corey Clement as your RB3 in 2020? Making some moves, as uncharacteristic as it is for Swansea, may be necessary.
  7. St. Louis Clydesdales 1-1 (High: 6 / Low: 8 / +2 )The Clydesdales may be ranked 7th, but they are living on cloud 9 this week! It will be telling to see what happens the next two weeks as they face the Hoes and Storm back-to-back on the road. Should Wilson and OBJ sustain their energy from this week, we may have a major upset brewing in the Interior!
  8. Dunedin Rangers 0-2 (High: 5 / Low: 9 / -2 )Dunedin fans have to be on edge. The team went all-in on their 2 year window of veteran RB/WTE with young gunslingers Mahomes and Daniel Jones, but now they are looking rough with no early round picks and little output coming from the grumpy old men. Maybe Julio, David Johnson, and Gurley still have something in the tank, but it's pretty clear Jason Witten, Greg Olsen, and Alshon Jeffery don't. Now the Rangers have a chance to get a win against Hawaii in week 3 before a tough test in Alaska in week 4.
  9. Hawaii Volcanoes 0-2 (High: 7 / Low: 9 / +1 )It was a bit of a moral victory losing to the Kodiak this week, as the Volcanoes showed promise in their RB and WR corps. The return of Miles Sanders and arrival of Devin Singletary was a revelation in the backfield, and Lockett, Brown, and Moore looked like a true top-flight passing attack. Hawaii goes down under to Dunedin this next week, but whispers from the bushes say they may be going with someone other than Drew Brees under center.
  10. Albuquerque Roadrunners 0-2 (High: 7 / Low: 9 / -2 )The schedule has not been kind to the Roadrunners, giving them a gauntlet of Alaska, OKC, Lincoln, and Northwoods to start the year! But even with an easier slate, it wouldn't change the slim pickings in the desert. There is hope for Albuquerque as they see promising flashes from the bench, but it's hard to time out the big winners when everything is so up and down week to week. They are unlikely to stay at the bottom forever, but Albuquerque may have an inside track on getting a top QB to pair with Tannehill next summer.

LEGACY RANKINGS

  1. OKC Storm (+901.65, - )
  2. Alaska Kodiak (+382.35, - )
  3. Lincoln Johnsons (+366.26, - )
  4. Northwoods Hodags (+289.34, - )
  5. San Juan Shrimp (+74.24, - )
  6. Swansea City Ducks (+71.60, +1 )
  7. Dunedin Rangers (+58.89, -1 )
  8. Hawaii Volcanoes (-4.47, +1 )
  9. Albuquerque Roadrunners (-4.61, -1 )
  10. St. Louis Clydesdales (-24.39, - )

RANKINGS GRAPH

TOP 17 THINGS TO LOVE ABOUT THE UFFA

In honor of St. Louis breaking their 17 game losing streak (a record that will, hopefully, never be matched), it's time to celebrate! To memorialize the offending game count, here is a list of 17 things that the editorial staff of AtA think are worth loving about the UFFA. For a countdown affect, read them bottom to top
  1. Branding Pride - Whether you point to the kick-ass logo and scheme made by u/TheDonJuaN64 or the naming of the Cario Cup or the fact it's not a "fantasy league" but an ALLIANCE, there are so many parts of the UFFA that make it head and shoulders the greatest such establishment.
  2. Organized Communication - Thanks to a robust Discord server, the flow of information in the UFFA is unmatched in the fantasy football world. Need nuts-and-bolts about the season, transactions, or rules? Sleeper. Looking for a write up, link, or lengthy team statement? Subreddit. How about important data on league mechanics and salary cap? Google Drive. And then of course all the perfectly organized areas of the Discord, from breaking news to team feeds to posting ideas for the future seasons, it's all there. u/herpderpington712 can't get enough credit on this.
  3. Dynasty Values - Players mean more when they become family. The depth of dynasty lets you call your shot on a unknown you researched. The length of contracts and planning on years lets you build a trust and friendship with stars you grab as rookies.
  4. The Constitution - Find a more robust and clearly defined document among free fantasy football. We'll wait. This puppy is a masterpiece of the highest quality thanks to u/solidus92
  5. AtA - Is it a vanity project? Creative outlet? Tool for keeping u/sconnie92 sharp as a writer? Maybe to all of these. But most importantly, it's entertaining and out there ad-free!
  6. Co-Ownership Model - Sharing is twice the fun at half-the price! The fact the UFFA includes co-owners as real people is revolutionary. They can vote in meetings, contribute to power rankings, and as u/ealexa0027 and u/runeguy154 can attest, there's room for upward mobility!
  7. We Have a Hodag - Some have a hulk, but Hodag > Hulk.
  8. Proprietary Salary Cap System - If you've ever dabbled in salary cap fantasy, you know it's not too intuitive and relies too heavily on Daily Fantasy (DFS). Under the integrated FAAB system of the UFFA, owners know exactly where they stand, where others stand, and the fair market value of players.
  9. Trading - We swap picks and players like 1998 3rd graders with Pokemon cards! It's nice to know that you can wheel and deal if things are getting too stale!
  10. Free Cost - The best things in life are always free! Hugs, sunshine, the UFFA...
  11. Community Power Rankings - We are an Alliance which means everyone gets a voice. Even on something as trivial monumental as our weekly power rankings (from which we derive our value as humans).
  12. League of Friends - It's nice to know the people you play with. As whole, the UFFA begins with basically two groups of friends (from CUW and Purdue).
  13. Owners Meetings - In the same way everyone has a voice in the power rankings, everyone has a voice in the operations and functions of the UFFA. The commissioner and administration teams only function to execute the will of the owners. There is no power on high model in the Alliance, which makes this place all the better!
  14. Equalized Scoring Positions - The QB/RB/WTE have all been weighted to equal value. Sure, there are always the outliers of longevity (Frank Gore, Adrian Peterson) and the sudden implosions of value (Josh Rosen, Paxton Lynch), but by and large the UFFA system makes the tiers close to equal across all positions. You truly can build around QB (Alaska), RB (Lincoln), WR (San Juan), or TE (Northwoods)!
  15. Geographic Teams - Is there a cooler name out there than "Interior" or "Exterior" for divisions??
  16. Mario Kart - We all play it and are super good! And by "all" we mean "most". And by "super good" we mean "cross the finish line". And by "Mario Kart" we mean "Mario Kart Wii" because that's the superior game. This has everything to do with fantasy football. Don't question it!
  17. Kicking Ass - This list is so unnecessary. You all are in the Alliance. You're reading the freaking newsletter after tracking everything this weekend. It's laughs and jokes at the pace you want to go. It's the best format you've ever been part of and you know it. Greatest piece is the fact it's only the best because it has the best members. After all, it's not a league.... it's an ALLIANCE!
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2020.09.23 11:31 sguramaiah Study medicine in Grenada St.George's University School of Medicine

Study medicine in Grenada. Experience a lively & diverse community in a place of serenity, cultural diversity, and warmth with St.George's University School of Medicine
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2020.09.23 11:29 sguramaiah Campus and Housing St.George’s University

Get an overview of campus and housing options for SGU Ramaiah 5-year pathway. Learn more about life at St.George’s University-Ramaiah campus.
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2020.09.23 11:26 sguramaiah St. George's University School of Medicine Clinical Rotations

St. George's University School of Medicine provides clinical rotations in the US & UK. The clinical centers allow students to complete all or part of their clinical training at one site.
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2020.09.23 11:24 sguramaiah Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree 5-Year Pathway

Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree 5-Year Pathway from St.George's University School of Medicine in collaboration with Ramaiah Group of Institutions. Start in India and obtain an internationally recognized degree.
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2020.09.23 02:18 Forester___ Titanfall (heh.)

Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starshi- wait, that's copyrighted? damn.
Hi all! My first attempt at a write up ever on reddit. Been reading this sub for years but never thought to post before, so hi :D. I was feeling a bit ambitious but I hope it's good regardless.
oh yeah, some background? Eh, you'll get more if I expand on this.
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"Log entry #247. June 6th 2044,
Hello, everyone! We're out here in orbit of Titan now and I gotta say, the results from the last orbital scan were definitely a welcome distraction from floating in space for a week. Sifting through all of the interesting weather patterns we have been observing since arrival was a doozy, but we got it done. Only thing left for the descent onto the surface is to find a spot that's warm enough for our surface transport vehicles to function. Lunar temperatures are going to freeze us if we're not careful. I will read up on our descent protocol so George can pilot the ship down to the surface better. Hopefully, we'll have some interesting data on the interior of the moon once we get our sonar equipment out, scanning beneath the surface. The last recording we got back from HQ had a larger than expected time lag, so I think some of the comm. buoys need parts replaced. That's all to report for now, I will send another log out by the end of the day. End Transmission."
She closed her video log for the morning and stretched, her bones releasing the pent up tension from sleeping on the cramped beds with a satisfying pop as she got ready for breakfast. She wondered whose shift it was to make breakfast. She didn't need to think for long, as she heard George and Ali downstairs arguing over whether to make banana pancakes or chocolate ones. She chuckled, they can be so stubborn when it comes to food. She went down the ladder off the side of her bed, taking her right into the common room. "Morning Captain," Maven said, looking up from her book "Can you check up on those two? I really don't want burnt pancakes for breakfast again." "Yeah, yesterday was pretty bad wasn't it? I don't blame them for it, Saturn did cause the ship to tip over when we arrived. I'll see what I can do." As if on cue, a startled cry was heard from the kitchen door, along with the smell of burning bacon and eggs. "Ali! The eggs were on your side of the kitchen!" "You're the one who was putting syrup in the pancake batter!" an exasperated huff is heard and the kitchen door is opened. Ali is there, standing in the doorway with a chefs hat and a spatula. "Oh, hello Captain Rossburn, can you please tell George to leave the kitchen? It is my shift for breakfast today." Alice sighed, she didn't want to deal with this before having her coffee. "George?" She yelled into the kitchen, "Just let Ali handle breakfast, alright." George pokes his head thru the doorway, also wearing a chefs hat. "But Captain! He doesn't know how to make a good continental breakfast! I can't sit by and pretend that he can." "George, we need some semblance of order here, and having a set shift schedule helps us with that. Just imagine that you're still at Moon Base 9, you're always being watched by scientists." Maven turned around and closed her book, looking at him. "Yo," "And of course Maven can attest to that." Alice chuckled. She turned back to George, a stern look on her face. George looked as if he was just struck by lighting. He left the kitchen solemnly once he realized he wasn't going to get another word in. He did mumble to himself about how syrup tastes better in pancakes, however.
Breakfast was uneventful after that, though Jackson was late to come down from the command center upstairs. "Morning Jackson," she said between chewing the burnt bacon. "yawn, Morning Captain, I have my report written up on the comms. station upstairs for you to look at after you eat." "Thank you, do you want some breakfast? It's been awhile since we were able to have a cooked meal instead of nutrition packs." "I appreciate the offer, but I think I'll just head off to bed for now. Don't really want more burnt food after yesterdays fiasco. See you in 8 hours." After breakfast, everyone went to their stations for the day. There was still some work to do before they attempted a landing on Titan. Alice read up on Jacksons report from last night. He had nothing of note to report to Captain Rossburn, aside from the sudden volume of water being expelled from one of the glacial volcanoes exceeding the expected output. Pretty standard data was collected from the scanners on that one though. He always was thorough when it came to reports, she liked that about Jackson. After a few hours of looking through potential landing areas on the surface, Alice found an appropriate spot near one of the smaller liquid methane lakes. That would definitely need further study, both for scientific reasons and as an emergency fuel source if things go south. She shuddered at the thought of a bad landing. All she needed to do now was call her crew up to the command center (Or the bridge, as George liked to call it). Opening the intercom, she spoke with confidence. "Attention Crew, please report to your assigned stations, we will be attempting a landing in approximately 45 minutes." Everyone sifted through the door save for Jackson, who was still asleep. Alice thought about waking him for this, but decided against it. It wasn't his first moon landing, and he was rather blasé about the whole thing anyway. "Maven, how's the weather around our landing spot?" She turned to look at her. "It's within normal parameters, equivalent of clear skies for Titan." "Good, George should be able to get through that thick atmosphere so long as there isn't any storm activity. Any problems with the landing gear, Ali?" "The surface transport vehicles are of course a worry once we're down, but our landing struts and supporting infrastructure are working optimally. The metallurgical smelters look good too, so we'll be able to set up base come the end of the week once we've landed." Everything was perfect, only thing missing was our pilot. He came in thru the floor hatch not a minute later. "You're late." "Yeah, sorry about that. Looks like our comms. relay is down in the exercise room, didn't hear you call." A look of disapproval was all she needed to do in order for him to scramble to his post. "Ok, now that that's out the way, will you please pilot us down through the atmosphere?" She had a smirk on her face. Despite George being late, she just couldn't shake the excitement she felt about her first moon landing as a Captain! She was there during the Phobos Landing in 37, but this was much further out than any previous manned flight, save for the one where NASA sent a crew of 7 into Jupiter by accident. She recoiled at that thought, poor guys. Were out of fuel by the time they got pulled in. Ah well, she wouldn't be here if that hadn't happened. Snapping out of her daydreaming, she gave the order. "Alright George, take us down."
Passing through the layers of atmosphere was grueling, they had to make multiple course corrections in order to not get flung around by high winds or frozen in the upper atmosphere by methane rain. Slowly they made their way down to the designated landing spot. External temperatures were at -180C, cold enough to freeze them solid if it weren't for the heavily padded walls. They touched down safely, in no small part due to Georges excellent piloting skills. He grinned, "She handled this pretty well, if I do say so myself." The rest of her crew were not quite as pleased, but Alice was just happy to still be in one piece. "Thank you George, an excellent landing. Now, lets get the rovers out and scan the surrounding area. I have a good feeling about the methane lake."
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Rover 1 was sent out to look at the lake, lakes are cool. Lake is at 178C cool. Mostly methane. Collecting sample. Sample collected, scouting area. Signal sent to Rover's 2-5 of successful extraction. like cool, makes electronics run better. wowowowowo
Rover 2 received signal. Rover 3 received Signal. Rover 4 did not receive signal, sent back to base for repairs. Rover 5 Received signal. Initiating Program #21 Delta, "Anti Boredom Mechanism" -Ali
"Here I am, roving round with rover wheels. Here I am, making methane fall under my heels. I go whoosh across these frozen fields, never feeling just what I am.... inside."
Rover 1 was the last to return, he had scouted the most out of all of the others. It went around the lake twice singing its merry song until it decided it had collected enough data and samples before returning back, never seeing what was following it.
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Glom had never seen anything like it before. It was a small shiny... thing that screeched the most unholiest of sounds he has ever heard as it traversed around his lake. Normally, he would have gone after it, but he was absolutely terrified of what ever manner of creature had spawned it. He worked up the courage to go after it, albeit at a safe distance so as to not alert it to his presence. That is, he went with it until he saw the GIANT creature that it was running towards. It looked to have the same skin, but it seemed immobile. For now at least, for all he knew it was asleep. He had to tell the village elders of this monster. It must have something to do with the burning star he saw.
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2020.09.22 17:40 DramaticPatience0 [HIRING] 40 Jobs in MD Hiring Now!

Company Name Title City
Cowan Systems CDL A Local Truck Driver - Dedicated Home Daily Baltimore
Cowan Systems CDL A Local Truck Driver - Dedicated Home Daily Chestertown
Cowan Systems Dedicated Local Driver Havre De Grace
Roehl Transport Inc CDL-A Refrigerated Truck Driver - Flexible Home Time! Hampstead
Roehl Transport Inc CDL-A Refrigerated Truck Driver - Flexible Home Time! Havre De Grace
The Home Depot Warehouse Associate Maugansville
Roehl Transport Inc CDL-A Refrigerated Truck Driver - Flexible Home Time! Taneytown
The Home Depot Cashier Exeter Green
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Management and Program Analyst Woodlawn
Family First Life Insurance Agent Baltimore
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AstraZeneca Senior Data & Analytics Engineer - Omics Gaithersburg
The Home Depot Customer Service/Sales Severn
Asbury Communities Registered Nurse (RN) Solomons
Variant CDL-A Experienced OTR Truck Drivers Huntingtown
Variant CDL-A Experienced OTR Truck Drivers Potomac
T. Rowe Price Technical Business Analyst (BI/Business Intelligence) Owings Mills
T. Rowe Price Lead Software Engineer Owings Mills
Genesis Healthcare Nursing Supervisor (Full Time) Anne Arundel County
H&M Intermodal Services Local CDL-A Owner-Operator - Home Daily Aspen Hill
Genesis Healthcare Licensed Practical Nurse (Part Time) Baltimore County
Genesis Healthcare Registered Nurse (Full Time) Baltimore County
H&M Intermodal Services Local CDL-A Owner-Operator - Home Daily Barnesville
H&M Intermodal Services Company Driver New Jersey, CDL Class A Berwyn Heights
Centra Healthcare Solutions Rehabilitation Speech Language Pathologist (SLP - CCC) Denton
Smiths Detection Sr. Manufacturing Engineer Edgewood
CRST International CDL-A Owner Operator Truck Driver Berwyn Heights
CRST International CDL-A Owner Operator Truck Driver Hagerstown
CRST International CDL-A Lease Purchase Truck Driver Taneytown
Comfort Keepers Caregiver Bowie
Comfort Keepers Caregiver Chesapeake Beach
Electric Power Systems NETA Field Technician Cockeysville
Meadow Lark Transport CDL Class A OTR Company Driver - Dry Van Dundalk
Comfort Keepers Caregiver Dunkirk
Meadow Lark Transport CDL Class A OTR Company Driver - Dry Van Frederick
Midwest Transport, Inc. CDL A Driver for Home Daily Postal Route Friendsville
Midwest Transport, Inc. CDL A Driver for Home Daily Postal Route Frostburg
Tecta America Corporation Project Coordinator Fruitland
Hey guys, here are some recent job openings in md. Feel free to comment here or send me a private message if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2020.09.22 16:16 ReelStats These are the statistical top 500 movies of all time, according to 23 different websites

Hey everyone, great to be back again. Some of you might remember a similar title from a post I made back in April, where I made a list of the top 250 movies with 13 sources, or a preview of this list I made last month.
I want to emphasize that this is NOT an official ranking nor my personal ranking; it is just a statistical and, personally, interesting look at 500 amazing movies. These rankings reflect the opinions of thousands of critics and millions of people around the world. And I am glad that this list is able to cover a wide range of genres, decades, and countries. So before I get bombarded with "Why isn't X on here?" or "How is X above Y?" comments, I wanted to clear that up.
I sourced my data from Sight & Sound (both critic and director lists), TSPDT, iCheckMovies, 11 domestic websites (Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic, IMDb, Letterboxd, TMDb, Trakt, Blu-Ray, MovieLens, RateYourMusic, Criticker, and Critics Choice), and 9 international audience sites (FilmAffinity, Douban, Naver, MUBI, Filmweb, Kinopoisk, CSFD, Moviemeter, and Senscritique). This balance of domestic/international ratings made the list more well-rounded and internationally representative (sites from Spain, China, Korea, Poland, Russia, Czech Republic, Netherlands, and France).
As for my algorithm, I weighted websites according to both their Alexa ranking and their number of votes compared to other sites. For example, since The Godfather has hundreds of thousands of votes on Letterboxd but only a couple thousand on Metacritic, Letterboxd would be weighted more heavily. After obtaining the weighted averages, I then added the movie's iCheckMovies' favs/checks ratio and TSPDT ranking, if applicable. Regarding TSPDT, I included the top 2000 movies; as an example of my calculations, Rear Window's ranking of #41 would add (2000-41)/2000=0.9795 points to its weighted average. I removed movies that had <7-8K votes on IMDb, as these mostly had low ratings and numbers of votes across different sites as well. For both Sight & Sound lists, I added between 0.5 and 1 point to a movie's score based on its ranking, which I thought was an adequate reflection of how difficult it is to be included on these lists. As examples, a #21 movie would have 0.9 points added while a #63 would have 0.69 points.
So without further ado, the statistical top 500 movies ever made. I separated the scores into overall, critics, domestic, and international columns to make comparisons easier. This list on Letterboxd.
Ranking Title Overall Score Critics Domestic International Year Director
1 The Godfather 93.89 97.73 90.50 89.36 1972 Francis Ford Coppola
2 The Godfather: Part II 91.93 93.30 89.04 88.06 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
3 Seven Samurai 91.05 97.38 87.63 85.90 1954 Akira Kurosawa
4 12 Angry Men 90.45 95.45 88.74 88.62 1957 Sidney Lumet
5 City Lights 89.94 96.75 85.67 85.93 1931 Charlie Chaplin
6 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 89.45 91.20 87.81 86.59 1966 Sergio Leone
7 The Shawshank Redemption 89.41 82.95 89.49 89.18 1994 Frank Darabont
8 Psycho 89.29 95.23 85.70 85.01 1960 Alfred Hitchcock
9 Modern Times 89.28 95.55 85.21 85.37 1936 Charlie Chaplin
10 Schindler's List 89.08 93.80 87.22 87.29 1993 Steven Spielberg
11 Pulp Fiction 88.85 92.60 87.69 86.42 1994 Quentin Tarantino
12 Rear Window 88.63 97.65 85.40 83.33 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
13 One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 88.55 87.38 86.28 86.97 1975 Miloš Forman
14 Apocalypse Now 88.54 93.85 85.24 83.48 1979 Francis Ford Coppola
15 Tokyo Story 88.49 98.30 85.16 83.76 1953 Yasujirō Ozu
16 Spirited Away 88.34 93.78 86.80 85.91 2001 Hayao Miyazaki
17 GoodFellas 88.03 91.48 87.00 84.03 1990 Martin Scorsese
18 Vertigo 88.02 95.60 84.05 82.76 1958 Alfred Hitchcock
19 Singin' in the Rain 88.01 97.65 83.95 83.13 1952 Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen
20 Sunset Boulevard 88.00 95.45 85.44 84.22 1950 Billy Wilder
21 Citizen Kane 87.83 99.03 83.06 82.22 1941 Orson Welles
22 Harakiri 87.79 85.83 88.00 86.29 1962 Masaki Kobayashi
23 Rashomon 87.74 96.55 83.52 82.73 1950 Akira Kurosawa
24 Once Upon a Time in the West 87.71 86.65 85.48 84.62 1968 Sergio Leone
25 Fanny and Alexander 87.54 97.30 83.15 83.00 1982 Ingmar Bergman
26 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King 87.40 92.59 86.06 85.38 2003 Peter Jackson
27 Andrei Rublev 87.39 91.90 83.80 83.94 1966 Andrei Tarkovsky
28 The Passion of Joan of Arc 87.39 94.65 83.88 83.57 1928 Carl Theodor Dreyer
29 Sherlock Jr. 87.36 96.45 83.64 85.60 1924 Buster Keaton
30 Bicycle Thieves 87.35 94.70 83.91 83.46 1948 Vittorio De Sica
31 Casablanca 87.35 98.00 85.25 82.62 1942 Michael Curtiz
32 Some Like It Hot 87.28 95.30 82.11 83.73 1959 Billy Wilder
33 Persona 87.22 88.20 84.28 83.07 1966 Ingmar Bergman
34 Children of Paradise 87.21 95.33 84.81 83.27 1945 Marcel Carné
35 Taxi Driver 87.14 93.88 83.60 82.06 1976 Martin Scorsese
36 The Dark Knight 87.08 88.81 86.96 84.80 2008 Christopher Nolan
37 Metropolis 87.03 96.00 82.92 84.01 1927 Fritz Lang
38 Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans 87.02 93.95 82.23 84.02 1927 F. W. Murnau
39 Stalker 87.02 92.30 83.86 83.29 1979 Andrei Tarkovsky
40 Pather Panchali 86.96 94.35 84.40 82.80 1955 Satyajit Ray
41 Lawrence of Arabia 86.95 97.65 83.76 81.49 1962 David Lean
42 M 86.91 96.20 84.34 82.92 1931 Fritz Lang
43 Ordet 86.82 98.10 83.08 82.55 1955 Carl Theodor Dreyer
44 It's a Wonderful Life 86.77 90.45 85.17 84.90 1946 Frank Capra
45 Satantango 86.76 90.45 84.58 84.21 1994 Béla Tarr
46 Parasite 86.72 96.34 86.55 83.15 2019 Bong Joon-ho
47 The 400 Blows 86.70 96.70 83.14 82.60 1959 François Truffaut
48 Ikiru 86.56 93.80 85.48 84.29 1952 Akira Kurosawa
49 Mirror 86.50 95.60 82.75 82.34 1975 Andrei Tarkovsky
50 Come and See 86.50 90.50 85.22 83.13 1985 Elem Klimov
51 The Apartment 86.48 92.00 84.09 82.99 1960 Billy Wilder
52 The General 86.45 91.45 82.59 83.87 1926 Buster Keaton, Clyde Bruckman
53 Grave of the Fireflies 86.43 95.13 85.85 82.97 1988 Isao Takahata
54 Le Trou 86.41 89.95 85.46 85.14 1960 Jacques Becker
55 The Battle of Algiers 86.37 95.40 82.64 81.24 1966 Gillo Pontecorvo
56 A Man Escaped 86.34 96.50 83.67 82.03 1956 Robert Bresson
57 Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb 86.34 95.85 84.37 83.03 1964 Stanley Kubrick
58 Paths of Glory 86.25 92.30 84.97 84.48 1957 Stanley Kubrick
59 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 86.24 88.75 85.61 84.31 2001 Peter Jackson
60 All About Eve 86.23 96.95 83.69 83.20 1950 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
61 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 86.21 86.93 87.05 83.29 1980 Irvin Kershner
62 High and Low 86.16 86.55 86.08 84.26 1963 Akira Kurosawa
63 The Great Dictator 86.15 91.10 84.25 85.03 1940 Charlie Chaplin
64 The Silence of the Lambs 86.12 88.68 85.29 84.17 1991 Jonathan Demme
65 2001: A Space Odyssey 86.06 88.35 82.93 81.54 1968 Stanley Kubrick
66 North by Northwest 86.03 96.38 83.17 81.74 1959 Alfred Hitchcock
67 Double Indemnity 85.91 94.38 83.84 83.12 1944 Billy Wilder
68 Ugetsu 85.91 97.25 82.69 81.91 1953 Kenji Mizoguchi
69 Woman in the Dunes 85.91 93.95 84.71 83.77 1964 Hiroshi Teshigahara
70 Sansho the Bailiff 85.88 95.50 84.24 82.21 1954 Kenji Mizoguchi
71 Once Upon a Time in America 85.87 86.10 83.84 85.53 1984 Sergio Leone
72 City of God 85.86 84.08 86.39 84.00 2002 Fernando Meirelles, Kátia Lund
73 Late Spring 85.81 94.75 83.74 82.27 1949 Yasujirō Ozu
74 Barry Lyndon 85.80 87.95 82.44 82.30 1975 Stanley Kubrick
75 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers 85.78 88.78 85.00 84.29 2002 Peter Jackson
76 Raging Bull 85.77 90.48 82.01 81.80 1980 Martin Scorsese
77 Chinatown 85.72 94.08 83.32 80.69 1974 Roman Polanski
78 Alien 85.69 91.73 84.76 82.62 1979 Ridley Scott
79 Ran 85.68 94.70 83.93 82.52 1985 Akira Kurosawa
80 The Seventh Seal 85.67 92.10 83.52 82.13 1957 Ingmar Bergman
81 The Kid 85.61 92.85 82.91 84.94 1921 Charlie Chaplin
82 Wild Strawberries 85.51 90.05 83.38 82.24 1957 Ingmar Bergman
83 A Brighter Summer Day 85.50 93.38 84.07 81.01 1991 Edward Yang
84 85.48 91.20 82.59 81.09 1963 Federico Fellini
85 The Pianist 85.38 88.69 83.31 84.80 2002 Roman Polanski
86 The World of Apu 85.38 93.20 84.38 83.09 1959 Satyajit Ray
87 La Dolce Vita 85.37 94.38 81.40 80.48 1960 Federico Fellini
88 Star Wars 85.33 90.03 85.22 81.92 1977 George Lucas
89 The Best of Youth 85.31 88.78 85.31 83.64 2003 Marco Tullio Giordana
90 The Gold Rush 85.29 94.55 81.93 83.59 1925 Charlie Chaplin
91 The Third Man 85.26 96.50 82.91 80.21 1949 Carol Reed
92 The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 85.20 96.68 82.77 81.81 1948 John Huston
93 I Am Cuba 85.18 93.60 82.00 83.44 1964 Mikhail Kalatozov
94 The Lives of Others 85.14 89.03 84.12 82.73 2006 Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
95 Witness for the Prosecution 85.13 92.65 83.67 84.99 1957 Billy Wilder
96 Touch of Evil 85.11 95.70 81.36 79.65 1958 Orson Welles
97 WALL-E 85.10 92.09 82.82 82.64 2008 Andrew Stanton
98 Scenes from a Marriage 85.02 86.85 84.80 83.06 1974 Ingmar Bergman
99 To Be or Not to Be 84.99 89.58 82.52 83.39 1942 Ernst Lubitsch
100 A Separation 84.92 94.24 83.34 80.90 2011 Asghar Farhadi
101 The Night of the Hunter 84.91 96.93 81.17 79.06 1955 Charles Laughton
102 Three Colors: Red 84.87 96.78 83.32 80.78 1994 Krzysztof Kieślowski
103 Yojimbo 84.87 91.55 83.85 82.99 1961 Akira Kurosawa
104 Back to the Future 84.85 89.38 84.47 81.94 1985 Robert Zemeckis
105 My Neighbor Totoro 84.84 87.53 83.44 83.17 1988 Hayao Miyazaki
106 In the Mood for Love 84.84 83.87 82.55 81.20 2000 Wong Kar-wai
107 Princess Mononoke 84.83 81.18 85.02 84.24 1999 Hayao Miyazaki
108 Saving Private Ryan 84.82 90.35 83.94 82.50 1998 Steven Spielberg
109 Cinema Paradiso 84.78 82.30 84.73 83.43 1988 Giuseppe Tornatore
110 La Jetée 84.75 89.25 83.27 81.80 1962 Chris Marker
111 The Wages of Fear 84.71 94.60 82.99 82.80 1953 Henri-Georges Clouzot
112 Das Boot 84.68 90.13 83.62 82.71 1981 Wolfgang Petersen
113 Fight Club 84.65 71.18 86.39 84.95 1999 David Fincher
114 Nights of Cabiria 84.64 92.25 82.72 83.13 1957 Federico Fellini
115 La Strada 84.61 92.60 80.79 82.78 1954 Federico Fellini
116 Amadeus 84.53 89.55 82.88 82.59 1984 Miloš Forman
117 Forrest Gump 84.50 76.90 83.06 86.12 1994 Robert Zemeckis
118 Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 84.49 90.41 85.03 81.69 2018 Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Bob Persichetti
119 The Lion King 84.45 88.28 77.22 84.09 1994 Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers
120 Inception 84.43 82.07 84.18 84.17 2010 Christopher Nolan
121 Whiplash 84.42 89.53 84.87 81.96 2014 Damien Chazelle
122 The Shop Around the Corner 84.40 94.43 80.85 82.37 1940 Ernst Lubitsch
123 Rififi 84.38 92.00 83.03 81.58 1955 Jules Dassin
124 Umberto D. 84.38 92.63 82.20 81.75 1952 Vittorio De Sica
125 Army of Shadows 84.37 95.30 82.98 80.50 1969 Jean-Pierre Melville
126 Blade Runner 84.34 85.85 82.57 80.29 1982 Ridley Scott
127 Samurai Rebellion 84.33 89.05 82.85 83.84 1967 Masaki Kobayashi
128 Close-Up 84.31 85.70 81.99 80.69 1990 Abbas Kiarostami
129 The Circus 84.29 90.35 81.69 83.14 1928 Charlie Chaplin
130 Raiders of the Lost Ark 84.19 89.33 84.31 80.57 1981 Steven Spielberg
131 Grand Illusion 84.18 95.35 81.85 79.78 1937 Jean Renoir
132 A Clockwork Orange 84.18 82.78 82.37 82.51 1971 Stanley Kubrick
133 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind 84.07 89.37 83.36 80.57 2004 Michel Gondry
134 A Woman Under the Influence 84.01 87.40 82.51 80.40 1974 John Cassavetes
135 The Cranes Are Flying 84.00 89.30 82.76 82.40 1957 Mikhail Kalatozov
136 Yi Yi 83.91 91.25 82.48 79.64 2000 Edward Yang
137 To Kill a Mockingbird 83.91 89.13 81.98 82.20 1962 Robert Mulligan
138 The Matrix 83.90 77.78 84.54 83.06 1999 Wachowski Sisters
139 The Sting 83.90 85.73 82.71 83.36 1973 George Roy Hill
140 The Mother and the Whore 83.87 94.55 81.24 79.82 1973 Jean Eustache
141 Se7en 83.86 72.15 84.91 84.48 1995 David Fincher
142 Early Summer 83.85 94.45 82.19 82.01 1951 Yasujirō Ozu
143 Werckmeister Harmonies 83.80 91.73 80.89 81.93 2000 Béla Tarr, Ágnes Hranitzky
144 Coco 83.80 86.21 82.73 83.66 2017 Adrian Molina, Lee Unkrich
145 Toy Story 83.76 95.03 82.30 80.15 1995 John Lasseter
146 It Happened One Night 83.76 90.83 81.46 81.76 1934 Frank Capra
147 Reservoir Dogs 83.74 84.68 83.12 81.99 1992 Quentin Tarantino
148 Unforgiven 83.73 88.55 82.24 81.59 1992 Clint Eastwood
149 The Deer Hunter 83.73 87.68 80.57 82.06 1978 Michael Cimino
150 The Young and the Damned 83.72 87.10 82.58 80.82 1950 Luis Buñuel
151 The Best Years of Our Lives 83.68 92.63 81.19 81.20 1946 William Wyler
152 The Leopard 83.66 97.30 79.56 79.57 1963 Luchino Visconti
153 Time of the Gypsies 83.65 86.05 83.31 82.29 1988 Emir Kusturica
154 Ali: Fear Eats the Soul 83.61 96.70 80.51 79.97 1974 Rainer Werner Fassbinder
155 Raise the Red Lantern 83.57 90.25 82.37 81.81 1991 Zhang Yimou
156 Terminator 2: Judgment Day 83.57 82.00 84.11 81.83 1991 James Cameron
157 The Shining 83.55 75.35 84.08 81.80 1980 Stanley Kubrick
158 Viridiana 83.54 92.95 80.68 80.81 1961 Luis Buñuel
159 Portrait of a Lady on Fire 83.52 93.59 83.08 80.02 2019 Céline Sciamma
160 Greed 83.51 97.05 80.65 80.64 1924 Erich von Stroheim
161 Gone with the Wind 83.48 92.90 80.01 81.68 1939 Victor Fleming
162 There Will Be Blood 83.48 89.65 81.91 79.02 2007 Paul Thomas Anderson
163 L.A. Confidential 83.46 91.63 82.08 80.81 1997 Curtis Hanson
164 Paris, Texas 83.46 83.95 82.89 81.66 1984 Wim Wenders
165 Throne of Blood 83.45 91.30 82.18 81.49 1957 Akira Kurosawa
166 Toy Story 3 83.43 93.55 81.61 80.32 2010 Lee Unkrich
167 Memento 83.43 85.20 83.78 80.76 2000 Christopher Nolan
168 On the Waterfront 83.37 93.00 82.23 79.52 1954 Elia Kazan
169 Trip to the Moon 83.37 94.70 79.96 82.83 1902 Georges Méliès
170 The Rules of the Game 83.33 96.55 80.45 78.02 1939 Jean Renoir
171 Red Beard 83.32 74.15 83.41 83.27 1965 Akira Kurosawa
172 The Grapes of Wrath 83.32 95.45 80.42 80.34 1940 John Ford
173 Au Hasard Balthazar 83.29 98.08 77.93 77.54 1966 Robert Bresson
174 Autumn Sonata 83.29 84.85 83.09 82.66 1978 Ingmar Bergman
175 Annie Hall 83.28 93.18 80.58 80.58 1977 Woody Allen
176 The Conformist 83.27 96.68 79.92 78.58 1970 Bernardo Bertolucci
177 Rocco and His Brothers 83.24 84.73 81.95 81.68 1960 Luchino Visconti
178 Dersu Uzala 83.23 74.75 82.35 83.37 1975 Akira Kurosawa
179 Cool Hand Luke 83.21 93.05 82.22 79.83 1967 Stuart Rosenberg
180 Monty Python and the Holy Grail 83.18 91.98 82.96 79.30 1975 Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones
181 Le Samouraï 83.18 92.35 82.45 79.40 1967 Jean-Pierre Melville
182 Aliens 83.18 88.73 83.29 79.61 1986 James Cameron
183 PlayTime 83.16 93.50 80.22 78.80 1967 Jacques Tati
184 The Bridge on the River Kwai 83.14 90.58 81.93 80.24 1957 David Lean
185 The Red Shoes 83.13 93.15 82.82 79.96 1948 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
186 American Beauty 83.10 87.15 81.93 81.13 1999 Sam Mendes
187 To Live 83.10 84.00 82.16 82.46 1994 Zhang Yimou
188 Battleship Potemkin 83.10 95.85 77.81 80.41 1925 Sergei Eisenstein
189 Day of Wrath 83.09 93.40 81.07 81.29 1943 Carl Theodor Dreyer
190 All Quiet on the Western Front 83.07 92.85 80.05 81.48 1930 Lewis Milestone
191 It's Such a Beautiful Day 83.07 91.25 83.62 79.77 2012 Don Hertzfeldt
192 Full Metal Jacket 83.06 81.53 82.21 82.54 1987 Stanley Kubrick
193 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 83.05 96.40 79.84 81.83 1920 Robert Wiene
194 Kes 83.03 97.80 79.59 80.55 1969 Ken Loach
195 The Usual Suspects 83.02 80.23 84.08 81.48 1995 Bryan Singer
196 The Cameraman 83.00 93.90 80.77 81.57 1928 Edward Segdwick, Buster Keaton
197 Aparajito 83.00 90.90 81.81 81.20 1956 Satyajit Ray
198 The Elephant Man 83.00 83.00 82.10 81.87 1980 David Lynch
199 Rebecca 82.98 90.08 81.08 80.93 1940 Alfred Hitchcock
200 Make Way for Tomorrow 82.97 95.80 81.72 80.14 1937 Leo McCarey
201 The Great Escape 82.97 87.68 82.29 80.66 1963 John Sturges
202 Your Name 82.97 84.55 84.07 81.29 2016 Makoto Shinkai
203 Limelight 82.92 88.00 79.85 83.02 1952 Charlie Chaplin
204 Breathless 82.92 91.95 78.88 79.10 1960 Jean-Luc Godard
205 Underground 82.91 80.75 81.26 82.64 1995 Emir Kusturica
206 The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 82.88 91.90 81.08 79.53 1962 John Ford
207 Aguirre: The Wrath of God 82.87 94.55 80.46 78.62 1972 Werner Herzog
208 Oldboy 82.86 78.98 84.00 81.27 2003 Park Chan-wook
209 Up 82.84 90.28 81.32 80.86 2009 Pete Docter
210 Anatomy of a Murder 82.84 94.00 80.57 80.02 1959 Otto Preminger
211 The Wild Bunch 82.84 90.35 79.45 80.12 1969 Sam Peckinpah
212 The Hunt 82.75 82.08 82.79 82.62 2012 Thomas Vinterberg
213 Il Sorpasso 82.74 95.75 82.84 79.57 1962 Dino Risi
214 The Last Laugh 82.74 95.25 79.47 81.61 1924 F. W. Murnau
215 A Streetcar Named Desire 82.73 94.60 79.89 80.26 1951 Elia Kazan
216 Life Is Beautiful 82.73 68.45 83.60 85.57 1997 Roberto Benigni
217 A Short Film About Love 82.71 87.10 81.90 81.89 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
218 The Shop on Main Street 82.71 94.45 82.15 80.43 1965 Ján Kadár, Elmar Klos
219 Rio Bravo 82.71 92.10 80.46 79.80 1959 Howard Hawks
220 Roman Holiday 82.70 84.55 80.74 82.42 1953 William Wyler
221 Ivan's Childhood 82.69 94.80 81.25 80.37 1962 Andrei Tarkovsky
222 The Exterminating Angel 82.68 91.10 81.66 80.17 1962 Luis Buñuel
223 Trainspotting 82.68 85.20 81.57 81.21 1996 Danny Boyle
224 The Last Picture Show 82.67 94.15 79.90 79.56 1971 Peter Bogdanovich
225 The Truman Show 82.64 89.63 79.70 82.15 1998 Peter Weir
226 Memories of Murder 82.64 82.88 82.68 80.94 2003 Bong Joon-ho
227 Faust 82.62 89.70 80.23 81.94 1926 F. W. Murnau
228 Sans Soleil 82.62 83.90 79.45 80.51 1983 Chris Marker
229 Song of the Sea 82.57 87.63 80.59 82.23 2014 Tomm Moore
230 Léon: The Professional 82.55 67.38 84.05 84.07 1994 Luc Besson
231 Fargo 82.54 87.45 82.36 79.19 1996 Coen Brothers
232 Solaris 82.54 89.95 80.91 79.69 1972 Andrei Tarkovsky
233 Sweet Smell of Success 82.52 96.53 80.81 77.62 1957 Alexander Mackendrick
234 For a Few Dollars More 82.52 79.28 82.38 83.15 1965 Sergio Leone
235 White Heat 82.51 90.65 80.77 81.24 1949 Raoul Walsh
236 Brief Encounter 82.50 88.35 80.81 81.03 1945 David Lean
237 Wings of Desire 82.49 85.70 81.30 80.42 1987 Wim Wenders
238 Diabolique 82.47 90.70 81.27 80.73 1955 Henri-Georges Clouzot
239 An Autumn Afternoon 82.45 91.95 81.68 79.85 1962 Yasujirō Ozu
240 The Tale of the Princess Kaguya 82.44 90.63 81.16 80.43 2013 Isao Takahata
241 Amarcord 82.41 85.95 79.26 80.73 1973 Federico Fellini
242 Heat 82.40 79.08 82.03 81.73 1995 Michael Mann
243 L'Atalante 82.40 95.60 78.32 78.10 1934 Jean Vigo
244 Django Unchained 82.39 83.44 82.23 81.94 2012 Quentin Tarantino
245 Jeanne Dielman, 23 Commerce Quay, 1080 Brussels 82.38 95.50 78.73 79.69 1975 Chantal Akerman
246 Kind Hearts and Coronets 82.38 95.60 80.80 79.72 1949 Robert Hamer
247 Dog Day Afternoon 82.37 88.40 81.11 79.80 1975 Sidney Lumet
248 Forbidden Games 82.37 93.75 80.36 80.99 1952 René Clément
249 The Crowd 82.35 93.35 79.21 81.23 1928 King Vidor
250 Notorious 82.35 96.78 79.96 78.21 1946 Alfred Hitchcock
251 Mary and Max 82.35 88.05 80.95 82.42 2009 Adam Elliot
252 Persepolis 82.34 88.95 80.09 80.77 2007 Marjane Satrapi, Vincent Paronnaud
253 Howl's Moving Castle 82.33 78.71 82.63 83.10 2004 Hayao Miyazaki
254 Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind 82.33 85.10 81.54 82.03 1984 Hayao Miyazaki
255 Safety Last! 82.33 92.25 80.95 81.10 1923 Fred C. Newmeyer, Sam Taylor
256 Rosemary's Baby 82.32 94.78 79.99 78.69 1968 Roman Polanski
257 L'Avventura 82.32 92.10 79.08 78.03 1960 Michelangelo Antonioni
258 The Searchers 82.32 93.90 78.16 76.66 1956 John Ford
259 La Haine 82.30 90.60 82.38 79.56 1995 Mathieu Kassovitz
260 Three Colors: Blue 82.30 88.28 81.55 79.23 1993 Krzysztof Kieślowski
261 Chungking Express 82.30 79.95 82.29 80.73 1994 Wong Kar-wai
262 Inside Out 82.29 93.66 80.27 79.85 2015 Pete Docter
263 Where is the Friend's Home? 82.28 89.25 81.22 80.21 1987 Abbas Kiarostami
264 Cries and Whispers 82.27 85.45 81.02 80.80 1972 Ingmar Bergman
265 Napoleon 82.22 93.25 81.89 78.99 1927 Abel Gance
266 Paper Moon 82.19 83.08 81.37 81.29 1973 Peter Bogdanovich
267 The Spirit of the Beehive 82.17 89.83 79.31 78.91 1973 Víctor Erice
268 A Special Day 82.16 90.20 81.11 81.25 1977 Ettore Scola
269 Nostalghia 82.15 83.00 80.91 81.23 1983 Andrei Tarkovsky
270 Network 82.13 85.45 82.36 79.08 1976 Sidney Lumet
271 L'Eclisse 82.11 84.70 79.78 78.81 1962 Michelangelo Antonioni
272 Mr. Smith Goes to Washington 82.09 80.83 81.78 81.15 1939 Frank Capra
273 Sanjuro 82.09 91.90 81.67 80.85 1962 Akira Kurosawa
274 Badlands 82.06 93.38 79.77 77.21 1973 Terrence Malick
275 Vivre Sa Vie 82.06 85.20 80.12 79.83 1962 Jean-Luc Godard
276 Nobody Knows 82.06 87.18 81.12 81.15 2004 Hirokazu Koreeda
277 No Country for Old Men 82.05 90.68 80.56 78.47 2007 Coen Brothers
278 Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring 82.05 86.05 80.76 80.62 2003 Kim Ki-duk
279 La Notte 82.04 78.35 81.45 81.11 1961 Michelangelo Antonioni
280 The Celebration 82.04 84.23 81.34 80.08 1998 Thomas Vinterberg
281 In the Name of the Father 82.04 84.90 81.14 81.85 1993 Jim Sheridan
282 I Am a Fugitive from a Chain Gang 82.02 89.55 80.18 81.56 1932 Mervyn LeRoy
283 Shoplifters 82.01 92.39 80.60 79.31 2018 Hirokazu Koreeda
284 Finding Nemo 82.01 92.60 80.13 78.76 2003 Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich
285 Z 81.98 87.55 82.21 79.59 1969 Costa-Gavras
286 The Phantom Carriage 81.96 95.00 80.01 80.32 1921 Victor Sjöström
287 Manhattan 81.95 86.23 80.50 79.81 1979 Woody Allen
288 Rome, Open City 81.94 95.40 80.45 79.27 1945 Robert Rossellini
289 Children of Heaven 81.93 80.15 81.24 82.01 1997 Majid Majidi
290 The Green Mile 81.92 71.93 82.95 84.38 1999 Frank Darabont
291 The Iron Giant 81.91 86.61 80.88 79.95 1999 Brad Bird
292 The Sacrifice 81.90 80.30 80.47 81.37 1986 Andrei Tarkovsky
293 The Philadelphia Story 81.90 94.95 79.79 77.86 1940 George Cukor
294 The Twilight Samurai 81.90 86.10 81.07 81.13 2002 Yôji Yamada
295 Before Sunset 81.88 87.79 81.42 78.41 2004 Richard Linklater
296 Before Sunrise 81.86 84.40 82.24 79.44 1995 Richard Linklater
297 Castle in the Sky 81.85 81.63 81.49 82.06 1986 Hayao Miyazaki
298 The Departed 81.84 86.92 82.82 79.04 2006 Martin Scorsese
299 Brazil 81.83 90.23 80.61 78.37 1985 Terry Gilliam
300 Incendies 81.81 83.85 81.88 80.74 2011 Denis Villenueve
301 The Maltese Falcon 81.81 95.65 80.24 77.28 1941 John Huston
302 The Wizard of Oz 81.77 98.03 79.38 77.17 1939 Victor Fleming
303 Le Cercle Rouge 81.76 90.03 80.81 78.54 1970 Jean-Pierre Melville
304 Monsieur Verdoux 81.76 89.80 78.55 81.34 1947 Charlie Chaplin
305 The Return 81.72 84.85 80.02 80.96 2003 Andrey Zvyagintsev
306 Secrets & Lies 81.71 90.73 80.29 78.66 1996 Mike Leigh
307 The Hidden Fortress 81.70 91.25 80.79 80.72 1958 Akira Kurosawa
308 Pan's Labyrinth 81.69 92.59 81.60 76.08 2006 Guillermo del Toro
309 Amélie 81.69 79.64 81.96 80.27 2004 Jean-Pierre Jeunet
310 Ben-Hur 81.67 86.93 79.86 80.22 1959 William Wyler
311 Fitzcarraldo 81.67 75.80 81.06 81.21 1982 Werner Herzog
312 American History X 81.63 70.13 83.58 83.00 1998 Tony Kaye
313 Ace in the Hole 81.62 79.10 80.88 81.36 1951 Billy Wilder
314 Capernaum 81.62 81.83 80.52 82.18 2018 Nadine Labaki
315 Still Walking 81.61 90.30 80.92 79.48 2008 Hirokazu Koreeda
316 All About My Mother 81.61 88.77 79.56 78.80 1999 Pedro Almodóvar
317 The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie 81.60 92.28 78.82 78.83 1972 Luis Buñuel
318 Platoon 81.60 88.70 79.52 80.45 1986 Oliver Stone
319 Farewell My Concubine 81.60 80.50 80.49 81.04 1993 Chen Kaige
320 Letter from an Unknown Woman 81.59 93.10 79.84 79.31 1948 Max Ophüls
321 The Grand Budapest Hotel 81.58 87.64 80.72 79.19 2014 Wes Anderson
322 The Virgin Spring 81.58 82.45 80.70 80.66 1960 Ingmar Bergman
323 The Red Balloon 81.57 90.20 79.93 80.30 1956 Albert Lamorisse
324 Stagecoach 81.57 94.58 77.69 78.94 1939 John Ford
325 Mulholland Drive 81.56 80.61 79.60 77.87 2001 David Lynch
326 A Matter of Life and Death 81.49 92.60 81.91 76.27 1946 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
327 High Noon 81.48 90.58 79.27 78.94 1952 Fred Zinnemann
328 Orpheus 81.48 96.20 79.88 78.90 1950 Jean Cocteau
329 Life of Brian 81.47 82.98 80.78 79.81 1979 Terry Jones
330 Casino 81.46 74.23 81.54 81.75 1995 Martin Scorsese
331 Kagemusha 81.44 82.93 80.01 80.43 1980 Akira Kurosawa
332 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 81.43 76.08 80.53 81.85 1969 George Roy Hill
333 In a Lonely Place 81.43 92.45 80.42 78.77 1950 Nicholas Ray
334 Scarface 81.43 71.30 81.97 82.18 1983 Brian De Palma
335 A Short Film About Killing 81.42 87.35 79.89 80.38 1988 Krzysztof Kieślowski
336 Beauty and the Beast 81.41 92.05 79.28 78.32 1946 Jean Cocteau
337 The Hustler 81.39 92.45 80.43 78.97 1961 Robert Rossen
338 Cléo from 5 to 7 81.38 91.65 80.03 79.11 1962 Agnès Varda
339 Fireworks 81.37 90.15 80.01 79.63 1997 Takeshi Kitano
340 Room 81.36 88.41 80.43 79.48 2015 Lenny Abrahamson
341 Mad Max: Fury Road 81.35 90.39 79.76 77.80 2015 George Miller
342 Steamboat Bill, Jr. 81.32 95.75 79.30 79.23 1928 Charles Reisner, Buster Keaton
343 Judgment at Nuremberg 81.31 71.58 82.24 83.03 1961 Stanley Kramer
344 The Straight Story 81.30 87.15 79.64 79.88 1999 David Lynch
345 Meshes of the Afternoon 81.29 96.25 77.91 79.99 1943 Maya Deren, Alexandr Hackenschmied
346 Alice in the Cities 81.28 86.70 79.60 80.20 1974 Wim Wenders
347 Akira 81.28 80.90 81.12 79.98 1988 Katsuhiro Otomo
348 Good Will Hunting 81.27 79.38 81.97 81.05 1997 Gus Van Sant
349 The Miracle Worker 81.25 85.15 78.88 81.55 1962 Arthur Penn
350 Talk to Her 81.25 87.48 79.33 78.71 2002 Pedro Almodóvar
351 The Graduate 81.24 85.58 78.91 79.97 1967 Mike Nichols
352 Beauty and the Beast 81.22 92.28 79.20 78.77 1991 Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise
353 The Heiress 81.19 94.45 80.20 79.76 1949 William Wyler
354 Fantasia 81.18 93.03 76.76 79.95 1940 Samuel Armstrong, James Algar
355 Au Revoir les Enfants 81.18 94.25 80.14 78.92 1987 Louis Malle
356 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 81.18 88.62 79.36 79.90 2017 Martin McDonagh
357 Inglourious Basterds 81.17 79.05 81.06 80.51 2009 Quentin Tarantino
358 Elevator to the Gallows 81.16 90.45 79.31 78.56 1958 Louis Malle
359 Gladiator 81.16 75.39 81.69 81.52 2000 Ridley Scott
360 Through a Glass Darkly 81.15 93.60 81.11 78.86 1961 Ingmar Bergman
361 Million Dollar Baby 81.15 87.41 77.43 80.72 2004 Clint Eastwood
362 Days of Heaven 81.15 90.75 80.19 77.08 1978 Terrence Malick
363 Do the Right Thing 81.15 90.78 80.26 77.04 1989 Spike Lee
364 Out of the Past 81.14 91.40 80.73 77.92 1947 Jacques Tourneur
365 Strangers on a Train 81.11 93.30 80.01 78.68 1951 Alfred Hitchcock
366 Blue Velvet 81.11 83.48 78.98 77.09 1986 David Lynch
367 That Obscure Object of Desire 81.09 89.40 79.59 78.11 1977 Luis Buñuel
368 What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? 81.08 80.23 80.74 80.75 1962 Robert Aldrich
369 My Night at Maud's 81.07 88.15 79.51 79.42 1969 Éric Rohmer
370 The Earrings of Madame de… 81.07 92.15 80.36 77.05 1953 Max Ophüls
371 The Conversation 81.04 89.23 80.03 77.44 1974 Francis Ford Coppola
372 The Killing 81.03 91.50 79.51 79.21 1956 Stanley Kubrick
373 The Servant 81.03 87.83 79.45 78.57 1963 Joseph Losey
374 The Intouchables 81.03 67.15 82.13 84.70 2011 Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano
375 The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp 81.01 94.15 81.57 75.44 1943 Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger
376 Jaws 81.01 90.98 79.91 75.70 1975 Steven Spielberg
377 Winter Light 81.01 73.55 81.51 79.95 1963 Ingmar Bergman
378 Love Exposure 81.01 80.88 82.23 79.55 2008 Sion Sono
379 Hiroshima Mon Amour 81.00 92.95 80.13 77.99 1959 Alain Resnais
380 Day for Night 80.98 92.55 80.21 78.27 1973 François Truffaut
381 Ratatouille 80.97 92.73 78.72 78.68 2007 Brad Bird
382 Ghost in the Shell 80.97 81.43 79.98 81.15 1995 Mamoru Oshii
383 Germany Year Zero 80.95 92.00 77.80 80.03 1948 Roberto Rossellini
384 Spotlight 80.93 93.00 79.75 77.55 2015 Tom McCarthy
385 Die Hard 80.93 79.58 81.11 79.43 1988 John McTiernan
386 Laura 80.93 93.80 79.70 78.47 1944 Otto Preminger
387 Sleuth 80.93 89.95 79.16 80.87 1972 Joseph L. Mankiewicz
388 The Diving Bell and the Butterfly 80.92 88.64 79.69 77.84 2007 Julian Schnabel
389 The Handmaiden 80.92 85.99 82.55 77.41 2016 Park Chan-wook
390 Stand by Me 80.90 80.20 81.28 79.54 1986 Rob Reiner
391 Wolf Children 80.90 80.15 80.40 81.27 2012 Mamoru Hosoda
392 Marriage Story 80.88 92.86 79.40 77.75 2019 Noam Baumbach
393 Shoeshine 80.87 93.75 79.02 79.38 1946 Vittorio De Sica
394 Freaks 80.85 84.70 77.66 80.31 1932 Tod Browning
395 Nosferatu 80.85 93.75 78.29 79.14 1922 F. W. Murnau
396 Dial M for Murder 80.84 77.60 81.17 81.31 1954 Alfred Hitchcock
397 Amour 80.81 90.90 77.74 78.19 2012 Michael Haneke
398 12 Years a Slave 80.80 94.00 79.74 76.94 2013 Steve McQueen
399 The Nightmare Before Christmas 80.77 85.38 79.26 79.69 1993 Henry Selick
400 Cabaret 80.77 84.68 77.34 80.69 1972 Bob Fosse
401 Central Station 80.77 83.28 80.91 78.52 1998 Walter Salles
402 Landscape in the Mist 80.74 71.35 80.76 80.28 1988 Theo Angelopoulos
403 1917 80.73 84.37 80.65 79.33 2019 Sam Mendes
404 Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages 80.71 93.98 75.69 78.01 1916 D. W. Griffith
405 Call Me by Your Name 80.71 91.25 79.43 77.87 2017 Luca Guadagnino
406 Midnight Cowboy 80.71 82.98 79.10 79.50 1969 John Schlesinger
407 Shadow of a Doubt 80.70 94.38 79.31 76.04 1943 Alfred Hitchcock
408 Interstellar 80.70 74.16 81.30 82.25 2014 Christopher Nolan
409 Hannah and Her Sisters 80.69 88.95 79.15 77.98 1986 Woody Allen
410 Monsters, Inc. 80.68 85.29 79.37 80.08 2001 Pete Docter, David Silverman
411 The Testament of Dr. Mabuse 80.65 85.85 79.40 79.38 1933 Fritz Lang
412 Downfall 80.64 83.53 81.54 78.55 2004 Oliver Hirschbiegel
413 Being There 80.64 87.30 79.42 78.06 1979 Hal Ashby
414 The Killer 80.63 92.60 79.27 78.66 1989 John Woo
415 My Left Foot: The Story of Christy Brown 80.63 93.23 78.13 79.15 1989 Jim Sheridan
416 Jean de Florette 80.60 88.40 80.18 79.69 1986 Claude Berri
417 The Big Lebowski 80.57 74.80 82.28 78.57 1998 Coen Brothers
418 The King's Speech 80.57 90.86 78.50 78.59 2010 Tom Hooper
419 Whisper of the Heart 80.55 79.98 80.80 80.31 1995 Yoshifumi Kondō
420 E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial 80.54 93.08 77.22 77.82 1982 Steven Spielberg
421 Infernal Affairs 80.54 79.83 79.92 80.22 2002 Andrew Lau, Alan Mak
422 The Prestige 80.54 72.22 82.71 81.38 2006 Christopher Nolan
423 Our Hospitality 80.54 92.85 77.72 79.58 1923 Buster Keaton, John G. Blystone
424 Zootopia 80.53 85.22 78.84 80.18 2016 Byron Howard, Rich Moore
425 Toy Story 2 80.49 92.59 78.51 77.05 1999 John Lasseter, Ash Brannon, Lee Unkrich
426 Klaus 80.48 75.00 81.07 81.41 2019 Sergio Pablos
427 The Big Sleep 80.45 92.10 79.74 77.58 1946 Howard Hawks
428 Ford v Ferrari 80.45 83.94 79.37 80.01 2019 James Mangold
429 Dead Poets Society 80.44 78.70 79.43 80.75 1989 Peter Weir
430 The Terminator 80.43 89.08 78.26 78.13 1984 James Cameron
431 Naked 80.43 84.48 80.39 77.34 1993 Mike Leigh
432 Dangal 80.41 83.00 79.68 80.56 2016 Nitesh Tiwari
433 Kwaidan 80.40 81.80 79.75 79.42 1964 Masaki Kobayashi
434 The Man Who Would Be King 80.40 90.55 78.24 77.79 1975 John Huston
435 Wild Tales 80.38 82.57 80.48 79.22 2014 Damián Szifron
436 Groundhog Day 80.38 80.08 79.31 79.35 1993 Harold Ramis
437 Catch Me If You Can 80.38 83.44 78.74 80.57 2002 Steven Spielberg
438 I Vitelloni 80.36 90.28 77.64 78.06 1953 Federico Fellini
439 The Big Heat 80.35 92.90 79.27 77.87 1953 Fritz Lang
440 The Double Life of Véronique 80.35 82.63 80.19 77.87 1991 Krzysztof Kieślowski
441 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? 80.35 82.58 80.19 78.43 1966 Mike Nichols
442 Requiem for a Dream 80.33 71.39 81.39 80.93 2000 Darren Aronofsky
443 Rope 80.33 79.20 80.31 79.30 1948 Alfred Hitchcock
444 Love and Death 80.33 89.83 77.55 78.50 1975 Woody Allen
445 The Remains of the Day 80.29 86.88 78.75 78.80 1993 James Ivory
446 Jules and Jim 80.28 93.70 78.30 77.94 1962 François Truffaut
447 The Gospel According to Matthew 80.28 88.30 76.50 78.52 1964 Pier Paolo Pasolini
448 How to Train Your Dragon 80.27 81.97 79.45 80.24 2010 Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois
449 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 80.27 88.50 78.81 78.53 2011 David Yates
450 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof 80.26 87.05 79.46 79.79 1958 Richard Brooks
451 The French Connection 80.26 93.35 78.04 76.89 1971 William Friedkin
452 Opening Night 80.25 78.05 80.50 79.25 1977 John Cassavetes
453 Hotel Rwanda 80.24 84.54 79.34 79.40 2004 Terry George
454 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days 80.22 92.51 77.76 76.22 2007 Cristian Mungiu
455 Tampopo 80.22 92.40 81.20 77.01 1985 Juzo Itami
456 Scarface 80.22 93.50 76.43 79.55 1932 Howard Hawks, Howard Hughes
457 The Face of Another 80.21 87.50 79.61 79.34 1966 Hiroshi Teshigahara
458 The Roaring Twenties 80.21 86.20 77.79 80.68 1939 Raoul Walsh
459 Pickpocket 80.20 93.80 76.41 76.47 1959 Robert Bresson
460 Kiki's Delivery Service 80.20 85.45 79.87 78.84 1989 Hayao Miyazaki
461 A Prophet 80.19 89.61 79.53 76.14 2009 Jacques Audiard
462 Zelig 80.19 90.00 76.50 80.29 1983 Woody Allen
463 Trouble in Paradise 80.18 88.20 79.35 77.62 1932 Ernst Lubitsch
464 Gran Torino 80.17 76.27 78.57 82.36 2008 Clint Eastwood
465 Last Year at Marienbad 80.16 88.25 78.29 77.37 1961 Alain Resnais
466 All the President's Men 80.15 85.95 80.48 76.46 1976 Alan J. Pakula
467 Breaking the Waves 80.15 79.85 78.46 79.55 1996 Lars von Trier
468 Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade 80.14 74.28 81.44 80.57 1989 Steven Spielberg
469 Divorce Italian Style 80.12 91.00 79.28 78.26 1961 Pietro Germi
470 Edward Scissorhands 80.12 78.65 78.09 80.73 1990 Tim Burton
471 The Thing 80.12 67.98 82.60 79.34 1982 John Carpenter
472 Perfect Blue 80.11 74.05 80.91 80.09 1997 Satoshi Kon
473 Down by Law 80.10 79.03 78.98 79.61 1986 Jim Jarmusch
474 Bringing Up Baby 80.10 90.75 78.25 76.45 1938 Howard Hawks
475 The Phantom of Liberty 80.09 85.10 78.89 78.66 1974 Luis Buñuel
476 Bonnie and Clyde 80.07 85.38 78.16 78.23 1967 Arthur Penn
477 The Incredibles 80.07 89.69 79.77 75.78 2004 Brad Bird
478 Rocky 80.04 79.73 79.17 79.29 1976 John G. Avildsen
479 His Girl Friday 80.03 94.15 79.24 76.72 1940 Howard Hawks
480 Mommy 80.03 80.79 80.39 79.13 2014 Xavier Dolan
481 Mon Oncle 80.03 88.00 78.03 78.76 1958 Jacques Tati
482 My Fair Lady 79.99 91.85 77.53 78.00 1964 George Cukor
483 Charade 79.98 85.55 79.37 78.72 1963 Stanley Donen
484 Stalag 17 79.95 87.13 79.62 77.79 1953 Billy Wilder
485 Boyhood 79.95 97.08 76.08 75.95 2014 Richard Linklater
486 The Secret in Their Eyes 79.95 82.49 81.27 77.67 2009 Juan José Campanella
487 Ninotchka 79.95 90.15 77.99 78.50 1939 Ernst Lubitsch
488 Pierrot le Fou 79.94 81.75 77.84 76.65 1965 Jean-Luc Godard
489 The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser 79.94 89.10 78.30 78.27 1974 Werner Herzog
490 Stroszek 79.94 88.40 79.50 77.77 1977 Werner Herzog
491 A Hard Day's Night 79.93 93.73 76.82 77.08 1964 Richard Lester
492 Onibaba 79.90 74.75 79.42 79.96 1964 Kaneto Shindo
493 Repulsion 79.85 92.68 77.29 76.57 1965 Roman Polanski
494 Like Stars on Earth 79.85 80.50 79.54 79.86 2007 Aamir Khan, Amole Gupte
495 Duck Soup 79.84 92.33 79.01 74.92 1933 Leo McCarey
496 Carlito's Way 79.83 70.28 79.16 82.01 1993 Brian De Palma
497 Nashville 79.82 93.23 76.89 74.92 1975 Robert Altman
498 The Triplets of Belleville 79.82 88.97 76.57 78.66 2003 Sylvain Chomet
499 Dr. Mabuse the Gambler 79.81 85.10 76.88 79.98 1922 Fritz Lang
500 Gone Girl 79.79 83.03 79.32 78.87 2014 David Fincher
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2020.09.22 16:04 CovidMdBot 9/22/2020 In the last 24 hours there have been 344 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland. There has now been a total of 120,912 confirmed cases.

SUMMARY (9/22/2020)
YESTERDAY'S TESTING STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg
Number of Tests 14,449 25,735 -43.9%
Number of Positive Tests 448 682 -34.3%
Percent Positive Tests 3.10% 2.75% +12.6%
State Reported 7-day Rolling Positive Testing Percent: 3%
Testing metrics are distinct from case metrics as an individual may be tested multiple times.
SUMMARY STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg Total to Date
Number of confirmed cases 344 560 -38.6% 120,912
Number of confirmed deaths 9 6 +46.5% 3,748
Number of probable deaths 3 0 +2000.0% 147
Number of persons tested negative 6,041 9,835 -38.6% 1,423,102
Ever hospitalized 66 41 +61.0% 15,237
Released from isolation 17 21 -19.6% 7,394
Total testing volume 14,449 25,852 -44.1% 2,422,067
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATION USAGE
Metric Total 24 HR Delta Prev 7 Day Avg Delta Delta vs 7 Day Avg
Currently hospitalized 309 +19 -8 -333.3%
Acute care 232 +13 -5 -339.5%
Intensive care 77 +6 -3 -321.1%
The Currently hospitalized metric appears to be the sum of the Acute care and Intensive care metrics.
Cases and Deaths Data Breakdown
CASES BY COUNTY
County Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
Allegany 450 3 22 0 0 0
Anne Arundel 9,713 36 233 1 12 0
Baltimore County 17,523 37 596 0 23 0
Baltimore City 15,292 33 464 -1 18 0
Calvert 914 1 27 0 1 0
Caroline 638 2 5 1 0 0
Carroll 1,917 5 121 0 3 0
Cecil 1,017 7 32 0 1 0
Charles 2,716 13 97 0 2 0
Dorchester 578 3 10 0 0 0
Frederick 3,938 3 123 1 7 0
Garrett 72 0 1 0 0 0
Harford 2,945 8 72 0 4 0
Howard 4,968 7 116 2 6 0
Kent 297 1 22 0 2 0
Montgomery 21,933 56 801 3 40 0
Prince George's 28,715 86 795 2 23 0
Queen Anne's 640 2 25 0 1 0
Somerset 246 0 4 0 0 0
St. Mary's 1,257 -2 57 0 0 0
Talbot 543 1 5 0 0 0
Washington 1,676 22 37 0 0 0
Wicomico 1,914 12 48 0 0 0
Worcester 1,010 8 25 0 1 0
Data not available 0 0 10 0 3 3
CASES BY AGE & GENDER:
Demographic Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
0-9 4,462 14 0 0 0 0
10-19 10,015 34 2 0 0 0
20-29 22,735 86 23 0 1 0
30-39 21,933 63 47 0 6 0
40-49 19,407 37 120 1 3 0
50-59 17,645 57 308 0 16 0
60-69 11,839 34 615 3 14 1
70-79 7,091 14 937 1 27 0
80+ 5,785 5 1,694 4 80 2
Data not available 0 0 2 0 0 0
Female 63,901 166 1,834 3 76 1
Male 57,011 178 1,914 6 71 2
Sex Unknown 0 0 0 0 0 0
CASES BY RACE:
Race Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
African-American (NH) 38,481 111 1,537 3 55 0
White (NH) 29,945 108 1,588 3 71 0
Hispanic 26,382 77 435 2 12 0
Asian (NH) 2,293 2 138 1 6 0
Other (NH) 5,559 18 40 0 0 0
Data not available 18,252 28 10 0 3 3
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MAP (9/22/2020)
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2020.09.22 05:58 Sublime222 Required courses for undergrad comp-sci

Heyo, I am a grade 12 student in Toronto and want to apply to comp-sci at Uoft. I already started researching the requirements for comp-sci programs in grade 10 and I thought I had a pretty good understanding of what courses I needed to take. Recently, I looked at the course requirements for getting into St George since that is the closest campus to me and saw that they want grade 12 eng, ad func, and calc. I assumed that these requirements were the same in all Uoft campuses. However, when I looked at the requirements for the Mississauga campus, it also said that (along with the previously mentioned courses) they also recommend that I take data management (a 3rd math course!). I was wondering why this was different and if the program itself is different. Also, how recommend is this? Is it worth filling my spare with data management just to fill the recommended requirements for Mississauga campus? Why is this course not mentioned for any other uni in Toronto or Ontario?
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2020.09.22 00:45 Confident-IPIX $IPIX severely overlooked and undervalued

Progress is being made; look at what has been achieved since this spring for a disease which we just became aware of this year. Below are highlights of the PRs from 2/18/2020
BRILACIDIN by Innovation Pharmaceuticals
Feb - proposed as Covid 19 treatment & signs MTA (material transfer agreement & shipped to RBL, George Mason University Mar - sent to 2 University Virology Labs Apr - Covid 19 inhibition in Vero kidney cells is dose dependent -screening of 11,552 drugs proves it is a leading Covid19 drug. MOA inhibition protease to prevent replication May -PHRI to study immunomodulatory and antiviral effects in VERO cells reduced the viral titer of Covid19 by 75 percent after only 1 hour of preincubation prior to infection -viricidal mechanism of action shown unique among Covid 19 drugs -PHRI...blocks ACE protein binding to inhibit viral entry June -Grant application supported by RBL. Pan viral testing proposed for Encephalitis, MERs and SARS. Human respiratory cells Covid19 reduced up to 97%. Non toxic in human cells. -6 million dollars raised by exercising warrants and preferred shares July -Phase 2 clinical trials planned and prioritized. Interactions with Health Authorities to obtain input and guidance on trial design -Steps begun with CDMO... for manufacture of drug - UC drug formulation plans refined for clinical trial. Drafted a study protocol toward initiating a plan for Covid 19 study. -Covid clinical trial planned for 4th quarter 2020 - 2 active arms in hospitalized patients -drug level against Covid19 at levels less than ABSSI Aug -peer review paper preprint to be released in Sept -RBL studies to conclude -inhibited SARS-CoV-2 when administered post-infection. -Covid19 inhibited across its life cycle -preventative treatment against Covid19 possible -SI index among highest reported > 300 - effective at low concentrations - William DeGrado PhD accepts role as Scientific Advisor Sept {Kevetrin data release articles shows good results in AML testing} - Brilacidin combined with Remdesivir lowers viral load by 99.85%. Felt to be synergistic. -Primary effect is disrupting viral integrity and blocking viral entry. -shown in a human intestinal epithelial cell line and in primary fibroblast cells to inhibit Covid19.
As you can see IPIX shareholders have received a whole series of good news over the last few months. IMO the next news will build on the foundation IPIX has built. Of course no one can be certain of the outcomes of human clinical trials, but IPIX shareholders have all the reasons above to be optimistic.
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2020.09.21 16:29 CovidMdBot 9/21/2020 In the last 24 hours there have been 412 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Maryland. There has now been a total of 120,568 confirmed cases.

SUMMARY (9/21/2020)
YESTERDAY'S TESTING STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg
Number of Tests 17,349 26,113 -33.6%
Number of Positive Tests 495 713 -30.6%
Percent Positive Tests 2.85% 2.85% -0.2%
State Reported 7-day Rolling Positive Testing Percent: 3%
Testing metrics are distinct from case metrics as an individual may be tested multiple times.
SUMMARY STATISTICS IN MARYLAND
Metric 24 HR Total Prev 7 Day Avg Today vs 7 Day Avg Total to Date
Number of confirmed cases 412 578 -28.7% 120,568
Number of confirmed deaths 4 6 -30.0% 3,739
Number of probable deaths 0 0 -100.0% 144
Number of persons tested negative 7,741 9,941 -22.1% 1,417,061
Ever hospitalized 52 38 +35.8% 15,171
Released from isolation 0 22 -100.0% 7,377
Total testing volume 17,349 26,116 -33.6% 2,407,618
CURRENT HOSPITALIZATION USAGE
Metric Total 24 HR Delta Prev 7 Day Avg Delta Delta vs 7 Day Avg
Currently hospitalized 290 +9 -10 -190.0%
Acute care 219 +6 -7 -185.7%
Intensive care 71 +3 -3 -200.0%
The Currently hospitalized metric appears to be the sum of the Acute care and Intensive care metrics.
Cases and Deaths Data Breakdown
CASES BY COUNTY
County Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
Allegany 447 3 22 0 0 0
Anne Arundel 9,677 55 232 0 12 0
Baltimore County 17,486 63 596 0 23 0
Baltimore City 15,259 33 465 1 18 0
Calvert 913 6 27 0 1 0
Caroline 636 2 4 0 0 0
Carroll 1,912 3 121 0 3 0
Cecil 1,010 13 32 0 1 0
Charles 2,703 9 97 1 2 0
Dorchester 575 4 10 0 0 0
Frederick 3,935 21 122 0 7 0
Garrett 72 0 1 0 0 0
Harford 2,937 6 72 0 4 0
Howard 4,961 20 114 0 6 0
Kent 296 1 22 0 2 0
Montgomery 21,877 63 798 0 40 0
Prince George's 28,629 74 793 0 23 0
Queen Anne's 638 1 25 0 1 0
Somerset 246 2 4 0 0 0
St. Mary's 1,259 6 57 0 0 0
Talbot 542 3 5 0 0 0
Washington 1,654 8 37 1 0 0
Wicomico 1,902 9 48 0 0 0
Worcester 1,002 7 25 0 1 0
Data not available 0 0 10 1 0 0
CASES BY AGE & GENDER:
Demographic Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
0-9 4,448 13 0 0 0 0
10-19 9,981 70 2 0 0 0
20-29 22,649 101 23 0 1 0
30-39 21,870 58 47 0 6 0
40-49 19,370 65 119 0 3 0
50-59 17,588 48 308 0 16 0
60-69 11,805 32 612 3 13 0
70-79 7,077 14 936 1 27 0
80+ 5,780 11 1,690 0 78 0
Data not available 0 0 2 0 0 0
Female 63,735 201 1,831 0 75 0
Male 56,833 211 1,908 4 69 0
Sex Unknown 0 0 0 0 0 0
CASES BY RACE:
Race Total Cases Change Confirmed Deaths Change Probable Deaths Change
African-American (NH) 38,370 109 1,534 0 55 0
White (NH) 29,837 151 1,585 3 71 0
Hispanic 26,305 63 433 0 12 0
Asian (NH) 2,291 9 137 0 6 0
Other (NH) 5,541 20 40 0 0 0
Data not available 18,224 60 10 1 0 0
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2020.09.21 12:55 roseannwhite Review: Binary "To send a letter is a good way to go somewhere without moving anything but your heart." ~Phyllis Theroux

Voice Acting: A (with one or two B's) Writing: A Sound Quality: A Sound Creativity:B Directing: B+ Production: A
Binary Saga is a "found tape" podcast story. However, instead of a cassette tape (or usb for those under 50), it's a signal that we picked up from space. The signal consists of data packets with an encryption key. The packets consists of Pen-Pal style correspondence sent back and forth between two planets. Because of the technology at the time of the correspondance, it takes a light year before the message arrives from one person to the other. The delay allows for the two pen pals to grow up, have families, etc. even though there is only a dozen exchanges.
The two correspondents develop a warm friendship even though there are marked difference between their cultures. However, as the correspondence is shared with the rest of their planet, they find that they are not the makers of history but were made by history.*
I enjoyed season one and look forward to season two. The writing is well done. I particularly like the small details that help give the listener a sense of the lifestyles of our two protagonist like how they play with their pets or the nightly wishes of children.
The two lead voice actors are wonderful and they are ably support by most of the rest of the cast. Something the director might consider for season, even though the voice actor only has one or two lines, a false note can be quite jarring.
The sound was of high quality but not particularly creative. Authors not used to audio drana often use narration instead of sound to help set the scene. I kept thinking that few well placed sound effects could have made the story a little richer.
And it is a wonderful story worth setting some time aside in your busy day just to listen to it.
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I am in the latter category. George Nathan said "The quality of a critic is best to be appraised by the quality of his enemies. To analyze his worth it is only necessary to analyze the worth of those who detest him". Please disagree with me so I can demonstrate their worth.😁
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2020.09.21 12:27 Villeneuve_ 'Fahrenheit 451' by Ray Bradbury A love letter to good ol' books, or a cautionary tale of the ill effects of new-age technology and mass media, or something else?

I finally got around to reading Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 – one of the most acclaimed classics of dystopian fiction and one of the most well-loved titles in the book community in general – and I want to talk about it. Specifically, I want to talk about my interpretation of what the book's message/intent is and how this interpretation is supported by the text.
The very first thing that struck me about this novel is how it depicts a world in a decidedly not-so-distant future where everything is upside down: Driving at a dangerously high speed is the 'normal', while driving at 40 miles an hour or below can get you in trouble with the police. Bullying, beating people up and smashing things to let out steam are acceptable, while taking a leisurely stroll outdoors and appreciating your surroundings are viewed as an anomaly and can get you labelled as 'crazy'. The sight of a library going down in flames isn't viewed as a tragedy but as a pretty spectacle, a catharsis (the book's opening line is 'It was a pleasure to burn.') And then – and this is the biggest one as it forms the premise of the story – there are firemen whose job isn't what we've known their job to be. They don't extinguish fires; rather they ignite fires. They set fire to books because in this world the possession and consumption of books are outlawed. It's through the lens of one such fireman, Guy Montag, that we see this world that's both strange and familiar, intriguing and unsettling, at the same time. But it's not until our guy Montag (heh) undergoes a series of experiences – some fascinating while others distressing, but all of them eye-opening in their own ways – that he, and subsequently we, begin to probe into what's wrong with this society, and why.
The premise of burning books and persecution of those caught owning or reading one has frequently lent itself to the interpretation that the novel is about state censorship. While there may be some sound arguments to support this interpretation (though Bradbury himself insisted against it), I don't believe that's all the book is about. Another reading boils it down to a sentimental defence of ink-and-paper books against the bombardment of electronic media. Now, it's true that Bradbury (like most authors in the past and present) openly professed his love for books. For instance, in his afterword to the novel he talked about, among other things, how he spent days 'pulling books, scanning pages, breathing the finest pollen in the world, book dust, with which to develop literary allergies.' But I still find this interpretation 'restrictive' because there's textual evidence to suggest the narrative is more nuanced than that.
To begin with, although the narrative revolves around the prohibition of books, it addresses broader issues underlying this world which in turn give an insight into why the prohibition of books came into effect in the first place. There's a recurring emphasis on the fast-paced lives of the people in this society, how they're always in a hurry and in need of instant gratification, and how they avoid investing time and effort into anything that doesn't yield immediate results or satisfaction. It echoes this quote from John Fowles' The French Lieutenant's Woman:
The supposed great misery of our century is the lack of time; our sense of that, not a disinterested love of science, and certainly not wisdom, is why we devote such a huge proportion of the ingenuity and income of our societies to finding faster ways of doing things – as if the final aim of mankind was to grow closer not to a perfect humanity, but to a perfect lightning-flash.
This hustle-and-bustle culture that's so prevalent in our own world today is taken to the extremes in the world of Fahrenheit 451. It's explored in different ways through different characters – first through Clarisse, Montag's young neighbour and a 'madwoman' by this society's standards due to her unorthodox outlook; then through Beatty, Montag's superior at work and an antagonist figure; then through Mildred, Montag's wife, and her friends; then through Faber, a former English professor made redundant by the shutting down of all liberal arts departments in universities, and Montag's eventual ally; and last but not the least through Montag himself once the illusion of security and happiness in his work, marriage and life shatters. The observations of these characters, intentionally or inadvertently, serve to make one point: the dangers of a society becoming increasingly unable to stop on their tracks and think for themselves, content to be passive consumers of inane information and sensational entertainment instead of meaningfully engaging with ideas of substance. We learn that books came to be prohibited in this society, to be treated as something one needs to avoid as one would avoid the plague (or COVID-19, if you will, to give this expression a more contemporary flavour), because people themselves stopped reading them and sought superficial (and sometimes life-threatening) distractions. As Beatty explains to Montag,
'It didn’t come from the government down. There was no dictum, no declaration, no censorship to start with, no! Technology, mass exploitation, and minority pressure carried the trick, thank God. Today, thanks to them, you can stay happy all the time.'
Later, Faber reinforces the same idea:
'Remember, the firemen are rarely necessary. The public itself stopped reading of its own accord. You firemen provide a circus now and then at which buildings are set off and crowds gather for the pretty blaze, but it's a small slideshow indeed, and hardly necessary to keep things in line.'
This isn't to say that the authorities aren't culpable and are merely a puppet carrying out the public's demands. But it's the public who, through a combination of wilful ignorance and complacence, first sowed the seeds and paved the way for the way things are. The book then can be read, at one level, as a cautionary tale of a passive and complacent population, which doesn't want to think critically about the things around them, and as a consequence leaves an easy opening for opportunists to build a regime with draconian laws. In his book Amusing Ourselves to Death, Neil Postman draws this comparison between the dystopian worlds imagined by George Orwell (1984) and Aldous Huxley (Brave New World):
What Orwell feared were those who would ban books. What Huxley feared was that there would be no reason to ban a book, for there would be no one who wanted to read one. Orwell feared those who would deprive us of information. Huxley feared those who would give us so much that we would be reduced to passivity and egoism. Orwell feared that the truth would be concealed from us. Huxley feared the truth would be drowned in a sea of irrelevance.
Bradbury's world is evidently closer to the one imagined by Huxley, but there's also a subtle Orwellian spin on it. It appears to take the stance that the Huxleyan society – which is based on a false sense of security and satisfaction born from people's wilful choice to turn a blind eye to things that call for constructive evaluation and debate – makes it conducive for the birth of an Orwellian nightmare, which, in Bradbury's world, is reflected in the instances of forceful burning down of any place that houses a book and witch-hunts carried out against those who challenge the system.
Another aspect that emerges about the people in this society is how their relationships, including marriages, are devoid of any real attachment or emotion. This is reflected in how Mildred, Montag's wife, has a rather detached and insensitive attitude towards him. Mildred is shown to be always engrossed in her 'parlour walls' (television screens covering the entire length and breadth of walls in the living room, a staple form of entertainment in this world) and her 'Seashell radio' (small radio that fits into the ears like our present-day Airpods), rendering her emotionally isolated from her husband despite them living under the same roof. She's essentially a foil to the thoughtful and free-spirited Clarisse, Montag's young neighbour.
'...Clarisse’s favorite subject wasn’t herself. It was everyone else, and me. She was the first person in a good many years I’ve really liked. She was the first person I can remember who looked straight at me as if I counted.'
Mildred's friends are in the same boat as her. When asked about her husband being enlisted to fight in an on-going war, Mrs Phelps gives this nonchalant response:
'I'm not worried,' said Mrs Phelps. 'I'll let Pete do all the worrying.' She giggled.
The war is a constant looming presence in the narrative, but it's never elaborated upon. Who is the war being fought against, and what for? The narrative's refusal to delve into the details is emblematic of the people's deliberate refusal to face their reality, to confront anything that can threaten to burst their bubbles. They instead choose to fall back upon mindless and sensational entertainment to distract themselves from responsibilities and consequences, as is evidenced by Mrs Phelps indulging in drab television programmes and chitter-chatter while her husband is off fighting in the war. One of the most telling instances of the absolute lack of critical thought among the people in this society is Mildred and her friends' discussion on their choice for the country's president. Their choice for a presidential candidate is based not on the candidate's ideology or character, but physical appearance and other superficial criteria.
'I voted last election, same as everyone, and I laid it on the line for President Noble. I think he's one of the nicest-looking men who ever became president.' 'Oh, but the man they ran against him!' 'He wasn't much, was he? Kind of small and homely and he didn't shave too close or comb his hair very well.' 'Fat, too, and didn't dress to hide it. No wonder the landslide was for Winston Noble. Even their names helped. Compare Winston Noble to Hubert Hoag for ten seconds and you can almost figure the results.'
When Montag, enraged by this cavalier treatment of what's supposed to be a subject of serious discussion, pulls out a copy of the book of poetry he had snuck in and recites Mathew Arnold's Dover Beach against his better judgement, it results in Mrs Phelps breaking into tears and Montag earning some choice words from his wife and her friends.
Mrs Bowles stood up and glared at Montag. 'You see? I knew it, that's what I wanted to prove! I knew it would happen! I've always said, poetry and tears, poetry and suicide and crying and awful feelings, poetry and sickness; all that mush! Now I've had it proved to me.'
This opposition to poetry (and by extension literature) is reminiscent of the World State's rejection of literature in Huxley's Brave New World. But there's a crucial difference. The people of the World State claim they don't have any need for the literature produced in the bygone times because the very things that contributed to their creation in the past and are essential to people's understanding of them don't exist in this world anymore; and when they claim this, they mean it. This is a world where there are no crises, wars, instability or grief, and people are perpetually 'happy'. In the world of Fahrenheit 451, on the other hand, when people (such as Mildred and her friends) claim they don't have any need for poetry and the like, it's a kind of defence mechanism against what they refer to as 'silly awful hurting words'. They've collectively opted to not engage with literature because it poses the risk of forcing them to think about conflicting perspectives, bringing them face-to-face with the ugly realities of the human condition, and making them emotionally vulnerable. For them it's easier to be complacent and pretend everything is fine than confront their reality. And for the authorities it's easier to control a population that's fed a one-dimensional narrative and kept addicted to base pleasures. Montag too vacillates in his position at one point, and wonders if it's better after all to simply not think about things and to keep running away from them, and Faber responds,
'If there were no war, if there was peace in the world, I'd say fine, have fun! But, Montag, you mustn't go back to being just a fireman. All isn't well with the world.'
All this hue and cry over books and literature and poetry might give the impression that the narrative is just another rant on the 'technology versus books' dichotomy, where the former is supposed to be inherently bad and the latter inherently good. But such an interpretation is subverted by Faber's words to Montag when the latter naively concludes that the key to resolving his existential crisis lies in books.
'It's not books you need, it's some of the things that once were in books. The same things could be in the "parlour families" today. The same infinite detail and awareness could be projected through the radios and televisors, but are not. No, no, it's not books at all you're looking for! Take it where you can find it, in old phonograph records, old motion pictures, and in old friends; look for it in nature and look for it in yourself. There's nothing magical in [books] at all. Books were only one type of receptacle where we stored a lot of things we were afraid we might forget. There is nothing magical in them at all. The magic is only in what books say...'
Books are but only one type of carrier of knowledge and perspectives. What truly matters at the end of the day is what's being said and not the medium through which it's said. And in this world it just so happens that electronic/mass media like the television and the radio have come to be the carrier of superficial drivel which people passively consume because they don't want to dwell on anything demanding serious thought and introspection. The new-age technology could've served as a medium of transmission for the things that great thinkers of the past sought to convey through their work, but it instead caters to the public's intellectual lethargy.
The novel's intent therefore isn't so much to place the medium of books on a pedestal as it's to underline the value of 'some of the things that once were in books', the content. Likewise, it's not so much a critique of technology in and of itself as it's a critique of the end to which technology is applied and the repercussions it has for the individual and the society. Broadly, it's a critique of people's preference for passive consumption and instant gratification over critical thinking and meaningful engagement with ideas. As such, it's not something as black-and-white as 'books are good and TV is bad'. As a matter of fact, Bradbury himself had his own TV show called The Ray Bradbury Theatre on which he hosted dramatized adaptations of his short stories.
The book's resolution is a reversal of the motif of burning with which it began, which in turn is a reversal of Montag's outlook on his purpose in life. The pleasure he once found in igniting fire is replaced by a determination to not let knowledge – and by extension humanity – fall prey to the destructive force of not just fire (and those who deliberately ignite them) but also nature and time.
One of them had to stop burning. The sun wouldn't, certainly. So it looked as if it had to be Montag and the people he had worked with until a few short hours ago. Somewhere the saving and putting away had to begin again and someone had to do the saving and keeping, one way or another, in books, in records, in people's heads, any way at all so long as it was safe, free from moths, silver-fish, rust and dry-rot, and men with matches.
Books, in their ink-and-paper form, are susceptible to damage and decay due to factors like moisture, insects and fire (the accidental kind). This is where digitized/electronic books have an advantage over traditional print books in the present day. Digitization and cloud-storage of information and data have helped us bypass the environmental risk factors that the print medium is susceptible to (while bringing with it a new set of risks in the form of hacking and unethical alteration/use of information, but that's another matter). Bradbury, at the time of writing this novel, couldn't have known of eBooks, but he must have had a decent idea of the ways in which the digital has an advantage over the analogue. Thus, when he writes 'any way at all so long as it was safe,' the implication seems to be that the 'saving and putting away' need not necessarily be through books but any way that's feasible. After all, as Faber said, 'Books were only one type of receptacle where we stored a lot of things we were afraid we might forget.' And this further supports the argument that the narrative isn't a simple 'books are superior' agenda.
Fahrenheit 451 is more than the sum of its parts. The books, the fire, the technology, the people – they serve to make a greater point. And that being this: Ignorance may be bliss, but a society pursuing bliss through wilful ignorance stands on flimsy grounds. Knowledge, education, critical thinking, introspection and discourse are essential to the functioning of a healthy mind and in turn a healthy society in the longer run – even if they might sometimes bring dissatisfaction and pain because, after all, what's light without darkness?
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To all of you who stayed with me till here, thank you for reading! What do you guys think of the book? Do you like how it ends?
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