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Wi-Fi 101: Origins and History

2020.09.30 18:07 mccanntech Wi-Fi 101: Origins and History

Wi-Fi as we know it today is a series of standards, voted on by a worldwide engineering body, the IEEE. The IEEE is an open membership organization with more than 423,000 engineers in 160 countries. It took years of work and dozens of proposals to form the original Wi-Fi standard in 1997. It took even more effort over the last 23 years to get to where we are now.
The story of the invention of Wi-Fi depends on who you ask. There is a complicated history leading up to that original 1997 standard, and the truth is hard to decipher. I'm not capable of litigating who invented what, but there are some key players to know about. Where possible, I will point out the people and the organizations behind the technology.

Wired and Wireless Precursors: Say ALOHA to Wireless Networking

In 1968, researchers at the University of Hawaii began to investigate if radio waves could be used for communication between computers. The project was led by professor Norman Abramson, Dr. Franklin Kuo, and a team of faculty and students. It would go on to become known as ALOHAnet.
During this time, wired computer networking was in its infancy, and evolving rapidly. Packet switching was conceived of by Paul Baran in 1964, and first demonstrated by Donald Davies in August 1968. In October 1969, the first ARPANET link was established between UCLA and the Stanford. By June 1971, ALOHAnet was the world's first wireless packet switched data network.(1)
During the development of ALOHAnet, Abramson and his team had to solve many foundational issues with wireless networking, including collisions and failed transmissions. They decided that a random access protocol would be the best way to accomplish this. The ALOHA protocol allowed terminals to send data whenever they had it, and listen to their transmissions to make sure they were received, and acknowledged. If a transmission failed, terminals would resend after a random delay. This was simple and effective, but had problems scaling up to more users. The ALOHA protocol was improved and expanded, and was the inspiration for CSMA/CA.
ALOHAnet was a pioneering technological marvel, but it was experimental and not fit for commercial use. Most critically, unlicensed spectrum for computer communications was not available to the public yet. Since the University of Hawaii didn't have a way to sell the technology, it was put into the public domain. ALOHAnet was decommissioned in 1976, but it inspired others to continue what it started. Most notably, Robert "Bob" Metcalfe studied it for his PhD dissertation.
Through the 1970s, many wired local area network technologies were developed. Some were proprietary, and some were open standards. Most of this early work has gone on to become ANSI or IEEE standards, and formed the basis of the computer communication and the Internet. A standards-based approach wasn't destiny, and we all benefit from the pioneers who pushed for standards over proprietary solutions. All of this groundbreaking work on wired standards helped lay the foundation for wireless.

Key Dates In Wired Networking History

The Wright Brothers of Wi-Fi

By 1985, all the pieces were in place for the development of a universal wireless networking standard. These were the Wild West days of wireless networking. Dozens of companies were competing to be the first to produce a successful product. Many companies came and went, so I'm only going to focus on the biggest and most important ones.

NCR and WaveLAN

In the 1980s, NCR Corporation was a big international company selling computers, ATMs, and cash registers. They wanted to develop a way to have their cash registers work wirelessly. This would give them a competitive advantage, and allow retail stores to avoid the costs and logistics of running cabling to every register. At the same time, cash registers were becoming more computer-like, so NCR sought to develop an International wireless standard that any computer could use. Two of the key engineers assigned to this project were Cees Links and Vic Hayes. Through 1986 and 1987, Vic and the other engineers at NCR developed a product which became known as WaveLAN.
NCR introduced WaveLAN to the world in 1990.(2) While WaveLAN was intended for use in cash registers, it was also positioned as a wireless alternative to Ethernet and Token Ring for PCs. In the 1990s, wireless products were expensive, and hard to use. The early drivers were buggy, and documentation was hard to find. WaveLAN network adapters cost hundreds of dollars, and access points could cost thousands. The high cost and limited usability kept WaveLAN as a niche product, mainly found in the big businesses that could afford them.
WaveLAN operated at 900MHz or 2.4 GHz, and offered speeds of 1 to 2 Mbps. It competed with Aironet's ARLAN and others which offered similar speeds, frequency ranges and hardware. Several companies also marketed wireless bridges and routers based on WaveLAN technology. Wireless networking products became a mess of competing companies and different implementations. The need for an International standard was clear.
NCR wanted to have Vic Hayes make the technical proposals to the IEEE on the companies behalf. Vic disagreed, and fought to stay independent and not do any of the proposals on behalf of NCR. The company agreed, and this actually worked to their benefit. Since Vic wasn't pushing NCR's proprietary solution, he gained the trust of others. Vic ended up becoming the first chairman of the IEEE 802.11 working group, giving him the nickname “Father of Wi-Fi"

IEEE and the 802.11 working group

In 1988, Vic Hayes approached the IEEE to contribute to the 802.4L, an existing committee creating a wireless standard based on Token Ring. As it turned out, that committee had become inactive, and the chairman had quit. This let to Vic becoming the chairman of 802.4L, and the forming of a new working group, 802.11. Ethernet and WaveLAN technology formed part of the technical base of the 802.11 committee, which was officially started in 1990.
WaveLAN and the knowledge of Vic Hayes' group at NCR helped form the basis, but countless others contributed as well. Many other companies submitted proposals for various aspects of the standard, and the group compromised and voted on the best ideas along the way. Most of their documents are still publicly available. The 802.11 group continued to work throughout the 1990s to develop the standard, which was a long and complicated process. It took 7 years and input from countless engineers to form the first Wi-Fi standard, known as 802.11-1997.
The first Wi-Fi standard was in some ways a messy compromise. It allowed for transmissions over Infrared or 2.4 GHz radio waves. It also allowed for two different frequency selection methods, which prevented guaranteed compatibility. In the end, both Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum (FHSS) and Direct-Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) were added to the standard. The group allowed these options as a way to please the entities involved in the creation, but it made the standard weak.
802.11-1997 never gained much traction. Despite that, the group got to work on its next set of standards, 802.11a and 802.11b, which were developed in parallel. The main difference between them was the frequencies and the modulation schemes they used.
802.11b hit the market first. Despite the slower speeds, people preferred the availability, lower cost, and longer range of the 2.4 GHz equipment. The success of 802.11b snowballed into the development of 802.11g, and made 2.4 GHz the defacto International wireless spectrum range for years to come.
In the late 1990s, Wi-Fi's success wasn't guaranteed. Early Wi-Fi devices were expensive, slow, and often incompatible with other devices. According to Vic Hayes, he approached many computers makers to persuade them to add Wi-Fi to their computers, but most of them said no. Steve Jobs and Apple wanted to add Wi-Fi to an upcoming laptop, but they wanted it to cost $100, not $500. They argued that the lower cost would make it more marketable to consumers.
Apple eventually got the $100 Wi-Fi card they wanted. The iBook and AirPort launched on July 21, 1999, a few months before the 802.11a and 802.11b standard were finalized. It was the first mainstream computer designed and sold with integrated wireless networking.

OFDM, CSIRO, and Dr. John O'Sullivan

This is where our story get murky. CSIRO is the Australian federal agency with a long history of scientific research. They have developed many advanced technologies, such as atomic absorption spectroscopy. According to CSIRO, Wi-Fi is an Australian invention. The truth isn't that simple, and it isn't that clear.
CSIRO's key insight came out of their work in radioastronomy. In 1977, CSIRO researcher Dr. John O'sullivan was searching for small exploding black holes. He wrote a paper about how fast Fourier transformations could be used to sharpen images from optical telescopes. As the waves traveled towards the telescope they became scrambled, and CSIRO developed a custom processor to use fast Fourier transformations to unscramble the image. While this technique didn't help him discover the black holes he was looking for, it helped to solve a different problem.
Starting in 1990, John O'Sullivan led a team of CSIRO scientists to develop a high-speed wireless network. Their goal was 100 Mbps, to compete with the best wired networks of the time. This caused them to look past the techniques used by ALOHAnet and WaveLAN, because they wouldn't be fast enough. One technical challenge they faced was how radio waves tend to bounce off surfaces indoors, causing an echo that distorts the signal. Using fast Fourier transformations, they found a way to transmit a signal while reducing that echo. Rather than using one fast wireless channel, they used lots of slower channels. This is known as multicarrier modulation.
Single-carrier modulation systems exploit only one signal frequency to transmit data. Multi-carrier modulation systems divide the whole frequency channel into subcarriers, and the data stream is divided into many low-rate streams transmitted in parallel. Single-carrier modulation has advantages, but multi-carrier modulation is better suited for high-bandwidth, short-range communication like Wi-Fi. In modern Wi-Fi standards, we use multi-carrier modulation in the form of orthogonal frequency division multiplexing, or OFDM.
According to their lawyer in a 2009 patent dispute, CSIRO did not invent Wi-Fi, but it did invent the best way of doing it. CSIRO scientists tested hundreds of techniques until it found a unique combination that worked at high speeds. That combination involved multi-carrier modulation, forward error-correcting, and frequency interleaving to send multiple copies of the data. This specific combination of techniques is the secret sauce the CSIRO applied for a patent for in 1992, and was granted in 1996.
CSIRO didn't invent the underlying techniques, since they were already known. Frequency division multiplexing dates back to the late 1870s, when telegraph companies were trying to increase their capacity. Multi-carrier modulation was described in the 1950s. OFDM is attributed to Bell Labs employee Robert W. Chang back in 1966. Interleaving also dates back to the 1960s. Forward error correction was used when NASA sent the Mariner mission to Mars in 1968.
CSIRO also wasn't the first to combine these techniques and apply them to computer communication. Harris Semiconductor sold modems to the US military using these techniques in the 1980s. Critically, the Harris modem was never patented since interleaving, modulation, and coding had been around for decades by the time Harris came along. According to testimony, Intel official Stephen Saltzman said that outside CSIRO, engineers didn't take the idea of a Wi-Fi patent using these techniques seriously. Experts at Intel had already shipped products based on OFDM with previous employers, and thought that a new patent with OFDM didn't seem credible. Regardless of the merits and the origin of the ideas, US patent #5,487,069 was granted in 1996.
During the development of the 802.11a standard, CSIRO made the IEEE aware of its patent and offered to license it. Beyond that offer, CSIRO never got involved in the creation of the 802.11 standards. Dozens of companies made proposals to the various 802.11 committees, offering to submit their ideas or license their patents. CSIRO never submitted a proposal for the original 1997 standard, or any of the revisions. Despite their lack of involvement in the process and lack of licensing agreement, 802.11a, 802.11g, and later IEEE standards would go on to use OFDM and multi-carrier modulation.
Years later, CSIRO used this as the basis for lawsuits against major networking and technology companies. CSIRO won settlements worth $205 million in 2009, and another $229 million in 2012. If you want more detail on the CSIRO patent fight, Joe Mullin wrote a good piece for ArsTechnica back in 2012. Mark Summerfield wrote a counter-point to Joe's article for Patentology, looking at what the CSIRO patent did and didn't cover.
The truth is a messy thing. In Wi-Fi's case, success truly did have many fathers.

802.11 Timeline

Footnotes:

1 - ALOHAnet used 100 KHz channels, operating at 9600 baud on the 407 and 413 MHz UHF frequencies. It originally connected seven computers across four islands, which communicated wirelessly with a central computer in a star network topology.
2 - AT&T would go on to buy NCR in 1991, only to spin off the remnants of the division as NCR and Lucent by 1996.

Sources and Further Reading

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2020.09.23 23:57 Drexlore Week 4 Match-up Preview Thread: Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns vs. Georgia Southern Eagles

Louisiana vs. Georgia Southern
When: Saturday, September, 26, 12:00 PM Eastern
Where: Cajun Field - Lafayette, LA
Watch: ESPN2
Odds: Louisiana by 13.5 pts.
Total Points: 52.0
All-Time Series : Louisiana vs. Georgia Southern
Louisiana and Georgia Southern have met 3 times since 11/10/2016.
These teams last met 361 days ago on 09/28/2019.
Series Wins: Louisiana 2-0-1 Georgia Southern
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 2 (2016-2017).
Louisiana has won the most recent meeting (2019) in this series.
Last 3 Meetings
Winner Date Location Louisiana Georgia Southern Notes
Louisiana 2019-09-28 Statesboro, GA 37 24
Georgia Southern 2017-11-25 Lafayette, LA 24 34
Louisiana 2016-11-10 Statesboro, GA 33 26
Series Comparison Data via Winsipedia
Through Week 3
Week Louisiana 2-0(1-0) Result Georgia Southern 1-0(0-0) Result
1 BYE N/A BYE N/A
2 Iowa State#25 0-1(0-0) W 31-14 Campbell 0-2(0-0) W 27-26
3 Georgia State 0-1(0-1) W 34-31 BYE N/A
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Louisiana Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-09-23 15:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Neal Johnson TE Ques Sat – Disciplinary Mon, Sep 21 Johnson has been absent from the last two contests due to what is being described by the program as some decisions he has made in the past. It is uncertain if he will line up Saturday against Georgia Southern.
Asjlin Washington CB Ques Sat – Illness Mon, Sep 21 Washington missed the last game due to COVID-19 symptoms, and it has yet to be established if he will return Saturday against Georgia Southern.
Sonny Hazard DL Ques Sat – Illness Mon, Sep 21 Hazard missed the last game while dealing with symptoms of COVID-19, and it is unknown if he will be active for Saturday’s tilt versus Georgia Southern.
Joe Dillon LB Ques Sat – Illness Mon, Sep 21 Dillon missed the last contest due to an illness, and it is unclear if he will be active Saturday against Georgia Southern.
Jamal Bell WR Out For Season – Knee Sat, Sep 5 Bell will miss the entire 2020 season after having offseason surgery to repair a torn PCL in his knee.
Calif Gossett WR Out For Season – Achilles Sat, Sep 5 Gossett suffered a torn Achilles and will miss the 2020 season.
Brian Smith Jr. WR Out For Season – Hip Wed, Sep 2 Smith Jr. suffered a broken hip, ending his season.
Jai Ave Magalei QB Ques Sat – Illness Mon, Sep 21 Magalei missed the last game after developing COVID-19 symptoms, and it remains unclear if he will be healthy enough to return for Saturday’s clash against Georgia Southern.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
Georgia Southern Injury Report
Data Scraped: 2020-09-23 15:00:03
Player Position Status Reported Notes
Jallah Zeze Jr. WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Zeze was held out of the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unknown if he will be debilitated for Saturday’s contest against UL Lafayette.
Jon Ferguson LB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Ferguson was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is uncertain if he will be ready for Saturday’s game versus UL Lafayette.
Kenderick Duncan Jr. S Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Duncan Jr. sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is undetermined if he will be good to go for Saturday’s clash versus UL Lafayette.
Lawrence Edwards OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Edwards was held out of the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it has yet to be established if he will face UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Quin Williams LB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Williams was absent from the lineup during the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it has yet to be established if he will bounce back in time for Saturday’s contest against UL Lafayette.
Traver Vliem DE Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Vliem missed the last game with an unspecified ailment, and his status against UL Lafayette on Saturday is up in the air.
Robb Bozeman NT Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Bozeman sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unclear if he will get back in the lineup against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Gerald Green RB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Green was held out of the last game with an unspecified ailment, leaving his status for Saturday’s tilt versus UL Lafayette clouded.
Emil Smith WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Smith missed the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unclear if he will play in Saturday’s game against UL Lafayette.
Kierron Smith NT Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Smith sat out the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unknown if line up against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Wesley Kennedy III RB Prob Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Kennedy III missed the previous game with an unspecified ailment, but it is likely that he will play in Saturday’s clash against UL Lafayette.
Jaden Moreland CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Moreland sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unclear if he will be idle for Saturday’s matchup against UL Lafayette.
David Spaulding CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Spaulding was held out of the previous game with an unspecified ailment, leaving his status in question for Saturday’s matchup against UL Lafayette.
Anthony Wilson S Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Wilson was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is undetermined if he will take part in Saturday’s tilt against UL Lafayette.
Aaron Pyron OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Pyron was absent from the lineup during the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unclear if it will deter him from suiting up versus UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Beau Johnson TE Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Johnson missed the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is up in the air if he will be on the field Saturday against UL Lafayette.
Darrell Baker Jr. CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Baker Jr. was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is undetermined if he will partake in Saturday’s battle against UL Lafayette.
C.J. Wright NT Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Wright was held out of the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is up in the air if he will be on the field Saturday against UL Lafayette.
Javon Jackson S Out For Season – Eligibility Tue, Aug 25 Jackson has been deemed ineligible for the 2020 season by the NCAA.
Darion Anderson WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Anderson sat out the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unknown if he will suit up against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Justin Tomlin QB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Tomlin was held out of the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it is uncertain if he will be available for Saturday’s tilt against UL Lafayette.
Justin Harris WR Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Harris was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is undetermined if he will line up against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Mason Babay SB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Babay sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it remains to be seen if he will take the field against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Tony Dinkins Mccall SB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Dinkins-McCall was held out of the last game with an unspecified ailment, and his status for Saturday’s clash against UL Lafayette is hazy.
Jack Ferguson CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Ferguson was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it has yet to be determined if it will prevent him from playing against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Gavin Adcock NT Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Adcock missed the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it remains to be seen if he will be on the field against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Ephraim Kitchen Jr. CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Kitchen Jr. sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and his availability against UL Lafayette on Saturday is in question.
Will Lovett Jr. QB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Lovett Jr. was held out of the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and his status for Saturday’s clash against UL Lafayette is clouded.
Lawson Maxwell OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Maxwell was absent from the lineup during the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is unclear if he will partake in Saturday’s tilt against UL Lafayette.
Braylon Peterson CB Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Peterson sat out the previous game due to an unspecified injury, and it is unknown if he will participate in Saturday’s game versus UL Lafayette.
Teva Reynolds OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Reynolds was held out of the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is uncertain if he will be a participant in Saturday’s contest versus UL Lafayette.
Alex Smith OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Smith missed the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it is uncertain if he will compete against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Austin Parker S Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Parker sat out the previous game with an unspecified ailment, and it has yet to be established if it will hinder his availability against UL Lafayette on Saturday.
Gabriel Howard OL Ques Sat – Undisclosed Mon, Sep 21 Howard missed the last game with an unspecified ailment, and it has yet to be established if he will take part in Saturday’s battle against UL Lafayette.
Injury data lifted from: boydsbets.com
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2020.09.15 22:43 chyld989 Upcoming/Recent Xbox Releases

This post will be updated regularly so make sure to check back often.
 
Last updated 2020-09-26 - See bottom of post for list of 10 recent additions and 20 recent updates
NOTE: The Recently Released section will be in a pinned comment below.

September, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Bartlow's Dread Machine Yes Trailer September 29
Projection: First Light No Trailer September 29
Re:Turn - One Way Trip No Trailer September 29
Birthday of Midnight No No trailer available September 30
Commander '85 Yes Trailer September 30
Feather No Trailer September 30
Inertial Drift No Trailer September 30
Swordbreaker The Game No Trailer September 30
Iron Harvest No Trailer September TBD
Pacer No Trailer September TBD
Unrailed! No Trailer September TBD

Q3, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Armed and Gelatinous No Trailer Q3
Conan Chop Chop No Trailer Q3
Nine Witches: Family Disruption No Trailer Q3
The Vale: Shadow of the Crown Yes Trailer Q3

October, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Orangeblood No Trailer October 1
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time No Trailer October 2
Dragon Lapis No Trailer October 2
Star Wars: Squadrons No Trailer October 2
Warsaw No Trailer October 2
Foregone No Trailer October 5
Ministry of Broadcast No Trailer October 6
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix No Trailer October 6
Area 86 Yes Trailer October 7
Aery - Sky Castle No Trailer October 8
Ikenfell Yes Trailer October 8
Neighbours Back From Hell No No trailer available October 8
RIDE 4 No Trailer October 8
The Watchmaker No Trailer October 8
Ben 10: Power Trip No Trailer October 9
FIFA 21 No Trailer October 9
Street Racer Underground No No trailer available October 9
The Survivalists No Trailer October 9
G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout No Trailer October 13
NHL 21 No Trailer October 13
Red Wings: Aces of the Sky No Trailer October 13
Remothered: Broken Porcelain No Trailer October 13
Brunswick Pro Billiards No Trailer October 14
Cake Bash No Trailer October 15
Cloudpunk No Trailer October 15
Fishing Sim World: Bass Pro Shops Edition No No trailer available October 15
Raji: An Ancient Epic No Trailer October 15
Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut No Trailer October 15
Space Crew No Trailer October 15
Tears of Avia Yes Trailer October 15
The Jackbox Party Pack 7 No Trailer October 15
9 Monkeys of Shaolin No Trailer October 16
Aquanox Deep Descent No Trailer October 16
Blair Witch No Trailer October 16
The Persistence No Trailer October 16
This is the Zodiac Speaking No Trailer October 16
Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One DLC No Trailer October 20
HyperBrawl Tournament No Trailer October 20
ScourgeBringer No Trailer October 21
Asterix & Obelix XXL: Romastered No Trailer October 22
Lord of the Click No Trailer October 23
Monstrum No Trailer October 23
Spacebase Startopia No Trailer October 23
Transformers Battlegrounds No Trailer October 23
Carto No Trailer October 27
Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues No Trailer October 27
Ghostrunner No Trailer October 27
The Bluecoats: North vs South No Trailer October 27
Song of Horror: Complete Edition No Trailer October 29
Watch Dogs: Legion No Trailer October 29
The Dark Pictures - Little Hope No Trailer October 30
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 No Trailer October TBD

Fall, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Cyber Shadow No Trailer Fall
Kova: AlphaLink No Trailer Fall
Orphan of the Machine Yes Trailer Fall
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 No Trailer Fall
Torchlight 3 No Trailer Fall
Unturned No Trailer Fall

November, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
My Universe: School Teacher No No No trailer available November 3
YesterMorrow No No Trailer November 5
Dirt 5 No No Trailer November 6
PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay No No Trailer November 6
Assassin's Creed Valhalla No No Trailer November 10
Bright Memory No No Trailer November 10
Destiny 2: Beyond Light DLC No No Trailer November 10
Devil May Cry 5: Special Edition No Yes Trailer November 10
Fuser No No Trailer November 10
Gears Tactics Yes No Trailer November 10
Observer: System Redux No No Trailer November 10
RPG Time: The Legend of Wright Yes No Trailer November 10
Slide Stars No No No trailer available November 10
Tetris Effect: Connected Yes No Trailer November 10
The Falconeer Yes No Trailer November 10
XIII Remake No No Trailer November 10
Death Crown No No Trailer November 12
Farming Simulator 19: Alpine Farming DLC No No Trailer November 12
Handball 21 No No Trailer November 12
Just Dance 2021 No No Trailer November 12
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War No No Trailer November 13
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory No No Trailer November 13
Let's Sing 2021 No No Trailer November 13
Yakuza: Like a Dragon No No Trailer November 13
Cris Tales No No Trailer November 17
Professor Rubik's Brain Fitness No No Trailer November 17
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? No No Trailer November 17
Biomutant No No Trailer November 19
Cyberpunk 2077 No No Trailer November 19
Katamari Damacy Reroll No No Trailer November 20
Kaze and the Wild Masks No No Trailer November 27
When The Past Was Around No No Trailer November TBD

December, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Chronos: Before the Ashes No No Trailer December 1
Empire of Sin No No Trailer December 1
Twin Mirror No No Trailer December 1
Immortals: Fenyx Rising No No Trailer December 3
Dragon Quest XI S No No Trailer December 4
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 No No Trailer December 8
MXGP 2020 No No Trailer December 10
Who's Your Daddy? Remake Yes No Trailer December 23
Monster Truck Championship No No Trailer December 31
Planet Coaster: Console Edition No No Trailer December 31
DARQ: Complete Edition No No Trailer December TBD

Winter, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
The Forgotten City Yes No Trailer Winter

Holiday, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Dangerous Driving 2 No No Trailer Holiday
Outriders No No Trailer Holiday
Override 2: Super Mech League No No Trailer Holiday
Scorn Yes Yes Trailer Holiday
Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game - Complete Edition No No Trailer Holiday
The Medium Yes Yes Trailer Holiday

Q4, 2020

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Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition No No Trailer from original game TBD
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Bonkies No No Trailer TBD
Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead No No Trailer TBD
Chicken Police No No Trailer TBD
Circuit Superstars No No Trailer TBD
Construction Simulator 3 No No Trailer TBD
Crossfire X No No Trailer TBD
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course DLC No No Trailer TBD
Digimon Survive No No Trailer TBD
Disco Elysium No No Trailer TBD
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot: A New Power Awakens - Part 2 DLC No No Trailer TBD
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El Hijo: A Wild West Tale No No Trailer TBD
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Everspace 2 No No Trailer TBD
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King's Bounty 2 No No Trailer TBD
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Kingpin: Reloaded No No Trailer TBD
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Read Only Memories: Neurodiver No No Trailer Q1, 2021
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Chivalry 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Chorus No No Trailer TBD, 2021
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Echo Generation Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
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R-Type Final 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
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Rogue Lords No No Trailer TBD, 2021
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Serial Cleaners No No Trailer TBD, 2021
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Song of Iron Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
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The Artful Escape Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
The Big Con No No Trailer TBD, 2021
The Invincible No Yes No trailer available TBD, 2021
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Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
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2020.09.06 20:02 spinynorman1846 [Match Thread] England XI v World XI Soccer Aid

LIVE SCORE: ENGLAND XI 0-0 WORLD XI
Date: 06/09/2020 19:30(ish) BST
Competition: Soccer Aid
Venue: Old Trafford
Please do not post links to streams in the comments

ENGLAND XI - 4-4-2 (diamond) WORLD XI - 4-3-3
D. James ↑↓ HT A. Allen S. Given ↑↓ HT O. Oduba
M. Wright P. Evra
J. Terry ↑↓ A. Cole Locksmith
W. Brown ↑↓ HT J. Cole M. Silvestre ↑↓ HT C Makelele
J. Bishop ↑↓ 37' P. McGuinness ↑↓ 54' M. Humes M. Gilligan ↑↓ HT I. Stirling
G. Barry ↑↓ HT E. Heskey ↑↓ 84' A. Cole C. Grimes
K. Smith M. Essien ↑↓ HT D. Fletcher
K. Chapman ↑↓ 76' J. Dommett D. Kennedy ↑↓ 68' Dave
O. Murs J. Lynch
T. Davis ↑↓ 14' Chunkz ↑↓ 37' L. Mack ↑↓ 54' J. Bay S. Pizzorno ↑↓ 38' L. Sanderson ↑↓ HT J. Fleeting
D. Jones ↑↓ 28' Y. Filly ↑↓ 64' J. Wicks L. Sanderson ↑↓ 37' K. Cetinay 65' J. Manford ↑↓ 76' R. Kemp
Managed by: Wayne Rooney / Sam Allardyce / Bradley Walsh Managed by: Harry Redknapp / Byran Robson / Vic Bettinelli
England XI squad:
Celebrities
Legends

World XI squad:
Celebrities
Legends

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0' - Olly Murs is on the hunt for celebrities to play in this year's Soccer Aid. Unfortunately all the good ones turn him down so he's left with some Youtubers and the bloke from McFly.
0' - An appearance for Kammy doesn't save the VT, but at least Lee Mack lampshaded the shocking acting. At least we get some classic John Barnes rapping.
0' - It's clear the 19:00 kick off above was optimistic, maybe we'll get around to the football at some point tonight!
0' - I think we're kicking off! We have Clive Tyldesley and Chris Stark on the mic - a legend/celeb lineup even in the commentary box. When will we see a celebrity referee as well?
0' - Someone is doing an "inspirational" speech. I don't know who it is. Possibly Derek Acorah from beyond the grave?
0' - And we're off. The players take the now familiar knee and 8 year old Benjamin gets us underway (before getting off the pitch as quick as possible)
3' - An early free kick for the World XI after Jeremy Lynch is bundled over by John Bishop. Michael Essien to take... but it's high, wide and not too handsome.
6' - Kelly Smith plays a lovely pass to set Danny Jones of McFly through, but he's comfortably tackled by Mikael Silvestre
7' - Chelcee Grimes has the ball out wide in the box, lays it off to Michael Essien but his shot is blocked
8' - Gareth Barry looks like a player who only retired a few weeks ago with some nice tricks and little tidy passes in midfield
14' - We have our first substitution of the game as Chunkz replaces Tom Davis up front
17' - Lianne Sanderson puts through Chelcee Grimes, but Grimes is just a little slow to it and David James tidies up on the second attempt
17' - World XI still have it, and some tidy passing around the box between Sanderson and Dermot Kennedy almost creates a chance but Kennedy can't turn in the box and it's cleared away
19' - The ball is threaded through for England by someone blonde (Murs?) but Locksmith uses his strength to keep Danny Jones from getting on the end of it
20' - Evra feeds Jeremy Lynch in acres of space, but a very poor touch costs him the chance and Wes Brown is in before he can get it back out of his feet
24' - Following a particularly long drinks break, we're back in the action with the scores still 0-0 and a corner for World XI
25' - The ball falls in the box following the corner, the best chance is probably for Lianne Sanderson but all the shots are somehow blocked
28' - Substitution - Yung Filly for Danny Jones
30' - Patrice Evra gets the ball out wide in the box, thinks about crossing but instead puts in a great shot into the bottom corner, but David James is up to the task
31' - Yung Filly chases a long ball from Gareth Barry and gets to it before it runs out of play near the corner flag. Patrice Evra bundles into the back of him and gives a freekick but it goes nowhere
34' - Yung Filly chases a long ball, and from about 35 yards down the pitch he whips in an incredible cross to John Terry (of all people) but he miscues and the ball goes wide for a throw in
36' - Substitution - Lee Mack is coming on for the previously subbed Chunkz to the sound of Chesney Hawkes. Paddy McGuinness replaces John Bishop, and Kem Cetinay for Lianne Sanderson
36' - The latter appears to be a mistake as World XI now only have 1 woman on the pitch, so Serge is replaced by Lianne Sanderson
40' - The game is coming alive and I'm struggling to keep up with the live commentary. Jeremy Lynch makes a decent run but is too slow to beat David James, then Essien curls a shot from distance wide
41' - Gareth Barry leaves one on Lynch as he tries to turn around the halfway line
43' - John Terry is taking this a little more seriously than the rest and goes flying in on K. Cetinay
44' - Grimes gets the ball and tries to play in Lynch, but he loses the flight of the ball and it bounces off his back. Lynch tries to win the ball back but runs it out of play for a goal kick
46' - Sound wonderful skill by Evra, Cetinay feeds him back down the wing and a ball comes in for Lynch around the penalty spot but another move falls apart at Lynch's feet
HALF TIME - 0-0
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HT - A Jack White impersonator and a holographic Robbie Williams are singing a terrible halftime song - I have no idea what it happening now
HT - My red wine has ran out so I'm watching the second half without a drink. Oh no
HT - Lots of subs at half time - hopefully they'll announce them soon! Iain Stirling is one, but I don't know who for! Gilligan?
47' - A. Allen's first touch almost gets him in trouble but Robbie Keane's touch puts it wide
54' - GOAL - Lynch beats a man and then plays a simple pass to Robbie Keane, who curls one in off the post. There's little Alfie Allen could do about that.
56' - There's stuff going on and I can't keep up. I think something happened here but I didn't type it and can't remember
56' - Substitution - McGuinness off for Humes and James Bay is on for Mack
57' - A shot is cleared off the line by Chapman. I have no idea who took it, I was trying to work out the subs
58' - GOAL - 1-1 - A ball in to the box puts Yung Filly in the box with more space than outer space. He makes no mistake and slips it past Oduba
59' - Lynch gets one on one with Alfie Allen with no one else around but the celebrity goalkeeper blocks the shot with his feet and keeps it out
62' - Lynch feeds... someone? on the edge of the box, but the shot is blocked by his own player Fleeting
63' Lynch running away from the goal goes to ground under a fairly light touch from Terry and it's a free kick. J. Terry is not happy.
63' - Substitution - Joe Wicks is on for the goal scorer Yung Filly
65' - Substitution - Jason Manford for Kem Cetinay
69' - Substitution - Davide Santon Santan Dave is on, but I have no idea who for - I'm saying Kennedy but I'm guessing at this point
74' - Jason Manford has the ball on the edge of the box, it's taken off him by his team mate Dave but Dave's shot is blocked in the box
75' - Makelele is still the tidy player he was, even as centre back. He brings the ball forward and plays tries to play Lynch through but it's picked out by Humes
75' - Substitution - Dommett for Chapman (I don't think that's allowed!). Manford is subbed for Roman Kemp
76' - I've been reliably informed by CarrowCanary that the second half only needs one woman so it is allowed. Also means that Grimes is off so I have no idea what the teams are
77' - England win a few corners in quick succession but they're cleared and World XI are awarded a free kick to get things clear
82' - James Bay is through in to the box, it looks like he's held back by Iain Stirling but nothing is given. Stirling is a lucky man.
84' - Did Andy Cole just replace Heskey? I think so. Who knows
85' - Patrice Evra makes a wonderful run, but Mark Wright clatters through him winning all of the ball. Lovely stuff!
86' - A tidy cross and Andy Cole will always get on the end of it but he can't direct it on target
88' - Lynch tries twice to beat Humes but the ball bounces messily off his knee and goes out for a goal kick
89' - Manford is still on the pitch. What? I'm very confused now.
90' - Lynch chases down a pass but is too slow and Allen is quickly out of his goal to win the ball nicely
FT - 1-1 - AND IT'S GOING TO PENALTIES!
PENALTIES - So it's celebs vs celebs. No pros involved at this stage
W 1-0 E - Lynch buries it in the top corner
W 1-1 E - Murs scores comfortably
W 1-1 E - Locksmith goes down the middle but hits the crossbar. Advantage England!
W 1-2 E - Mark Wright makes no mistake calmly placing it to his right
W 2-2 E - Serge rolls it into the bottom corner
W 2-2 E - Lee Mack misses for a third year! He tries to go to the bottom right but Oduba reads it and saves well!
W 3-2 E - Dermot Kennedy puts it away nicely
W 3-3 E - James Bay hammers it past Oduba into the top corner. It's sudden death!
W 4-3 E - Cetinay makes no mistake with the pressure on
W 4-3 E - Chunkz puts it wide and World XI take it!
Thank you everyone who got involved in the match thread for the most important match of the year! Remember to donate if you haven't already
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2020.08.20 02:37 bandison_ Battletoads Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Battletoads
Platforms:
Trailer:
Developers: Dlala Studios, Rare Ltd
Publishers: Xbox Game Studios, Rare Ltd
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 72 average - 55% recommended - 52 reviews

Critic Reviews

ACG - Jeremy Penter - Unscored
"Battletoads has some issues that impact its playability but it's not completely without enjoyment."
Ars Technica - Sam Machkovech - Unscored
Dlala has implemented just enough obnoxious stuff between Battletoads' good bits to stop me, a pretty freakish Battletoads fan, from recommending that anyone buy it outright.
Atomix - Sebastian Quiroz - Spanish - 85 / 100
Battletoads is extremely fun. An experience that you need to play in co-op, which sadly suffers from the implementation of a couple annoying distractions.
Attack of the Fanboy - Dean James, Dean James - 2 / 5 stars
While the art style and crude humor may be the most polarizing aspects on the surface, the lack of any consistency when it comes to gameplay and level design is the real disappointment in what was supposed to be the triumphant return of Battletoads.
AusGamers - Steve Farrelly - 8.5 / 10
Battletoads is fun, challenging and self-indulgent, but in ways that are respectful and reverent.
CGMagazine - Brendan Frye - 5 / 10
Battletoads, with its vibrant animations, captures the spirit of the original, but also does so by bringing in all of the lousy gameplay elements that dragged the original game down.
COGconnected - Clayton Cyre - 76 / 100
Battletoads has a fun story, great soundtrack, disgusting sound effects, beautiful visuals, and radical characters, but the gameplay does suffer mostly from questionable button mapping. Despite some of these concerns, Rare Studios has finally released a competent successor for fans to enjoy after nineteen years of waiting.
Cerealkillerz - Manuel Barthes - German - 7.5 / 10
Battletoads combines a lot that would have had potential for a surprise hit. The great humor and the hand drawn animations underline, how much effort the developers have put into this. Sadly the whole thing is way too short and has nearly no replay value.
Cubed3 - Sandy Wilson - 8 / 10
Battletoads is a retro comeback that not only revives the much-loved series for fans, but one that elevates it to new heights! Truly, the development team has worked some magic to make this the best it can be, truly knocking it out of the park. There is very little wrong here that can stop from this being a star recommendation. The small amounts of missteps it does have don't hurt the experience in a meaningful way, leaving this to be an absolutely fantastic retro revival. It's great to see Rare credited on a game that is genuinely great.
Destructoid - Chris Carter - 7 / 10
Battletoads is another one of 2020's infamous oddities. I suspect it's going to be highly polarizing (not only due to the adherence to retro style difficulty but the newness of the art and humor), but it somewhat won me over due to sheer force of will. I also can safely assume that I'm going to be on the higher-end of the spectrum of liking it: but if we never see these dudes again because this game was an absolute cacophony, I'll be a bit bummed.
DualShockers - Sam Woods - 8 / 10
The Battletoads make their comeback after a 26-year hiatus and, for the most part, offer a solid re-entry into the cult classic franchise.
Echo Boomer - David Fialho - Portuguese - Loved
Battletoads is one of the biggest surprises of the summer, with a charming, funny and challeging game thats completely worth checking out.
Game Informer - Joe Juba - 5 / 10
Even though it's technically a game, Battletoads is not a good time
GameMAG - Russian - 5 / 10
If you are new to the series, this Dlala Studios project can be a entertaining and varied adventure with a fun co-op mode and a spicy sauce of hardcore. But for classics' fans, such a "return" may seem as a complete dissapointment. In any case, sadly, campaign is terribly short.
GameSkinny - Daniel Hollis - 8 / 10 stars
Battletoads returns after 26 years, and it's a love letter to gaming past and present.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 8 / 10
There’s been a lot of great games released this year, but Battletoads will surely prove to be one of the most memorable.
GameXplain - Mixed

Video Review - Quote not available

Gamerheadquarters - Jason Stettner - 6.8 / 10
Battletoads had really great brawling segments that featured an awesome visual aesthetic that was matched with a hilarious story, however it was bogged down with bad mini games.
Generación Xbox - JGBassols - Spanish - 9.5 / 10
Battletoads is back in the best possible way. A must-have within Xbox Game Studios.
Gert Lush Gaming - Jim Smale - 6.2 / 10
Battletoads never shrugs off its 90s roots and refuses to grow up and act like an adult.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 9 / 10
Battletoads is the reboot you never knew you wanted. It's fun to play and makes you laugh, two perfect ingredients for making a game well worth playing.
Hardcore Gamer - Chris Shive - 4 / 5
Battletoads revives what was thought to be a long-dead franchise without missing a step.
Heavy - Elton Jones - 7 / 10
Battletoads is a short yet incredibly varied and jolly adventure.
Hobby Consolas - David Martinez - Spanish - 71 / 100
Battletoads pays homage to the classic 1991 Rare game with a great variety of gameplay mechanics. Beat´em up levels are well crafted, 2D platform levels and twin stick shooter sections are not so good, but still enjoyable, while turbobikes levels are frustrating.
IGN - Terence Wiggins - 8 / 10
Battletoads not only revives the long-dormant beat 'em up franchise, it makes it fun to play for everyone instead of only ultra-hardcore masochists. And if they made a TV show about these hilarious characters, I'd watch it.
IGN Spain - Oriol Vall-Llovera - Spanish - 8.8 / 10
The 1991 Battletoads fell in love with a generation of gamers. Now, almost 30 years later, the new Battletoads will once again win the hearts of all those and, at the same time, will make a new generation of players fall in love. As beat 'em up it is very remarkable, but the game is so varied that we can hardly say that this is the real basis of the proposal. It's also a great platformer, a great action game, a great party game ... In conclusion, a game as fun as it is sympathetic and a great must-have for Xbox Game Pass subscribers this summer. It's very short, but you're going to play it at least as many times as there are frogs in the game.
Kakuchopurei - Jonathan Leo - 70 / 100
If you want a smooth cruise with hand-holding for the first half of the game, this isn’t the place. But for everyone else who long for a late 80s and 90s challenge that’s made somewhat fair and tailored for this generation, Battletoads (2020) is a surprising effort if you think this era’s crop of games aren’t hardcore enough.
Luis Alamilla - Luis Alamilla - 8.5 / 10
All in all, Battletoads does a great job at harkening back to what made this series a cult classic while updating the presentation and features for the modern age. If you didn't like beat em up before, I don't think this will change that for you, but if you miss that era of gaming, I'm happy to report it's back at full force.
Merlin'in Kazanı - Ersin Kılıç - Turkish - 70 / 100
Battletoads contains elements that will entertain players who love the beat 'em up genre. It could be a much better game if some of its shortcomings were corrected and the opportunity to play online.
Metro GameCentral - 5 / 10
A game so bizarre it's hard to tell whether it's purposefully trolling its audience or if it really thinks its random collection of mini-games, crass humour, and wasted potential is a sensible way to go about rebooting Battletoads.
PC Invasion - Cameron Woolsey - 6 / 10
Battletoads is a reboot of the classic Rare franchise, but fails to recapture the excitement and fun of the originals.
Player2.net.au - Paul James - B
Battletoads doesn’t stick around for a long time, clocking at approximately 4-5 hours in length, with that number varying somewhat dependent on difficulty level or proficiency at certain game types. What hurts this 2020 take on a beloved franchise is an inability to stay to course for long enough to whet the appetites of long time fans.
PowerUp! - Leo Stevenson - 8.8 / 10
Battletoads is utterly ridiculous and stupidly good fun which is exactly what we need right now.
Press Start - James Mitchell, James Berich - 8.6 / 10
Battletoads is a victory for Microsoft, Dlala Studios and Rare. It successfully takes a brand that's been dormant for over two decades, breathing new life into it and updating it for the modern generation ardently. While it's a huge shame that Battletoads isn't playable online, and makes some missteps in it's third act, it's hard to deny that this is the most charming rendition of our favourite videogame amphibians. But most of all it's funny, and that's refreshing.
Rocket Chainsaw - Andrew Cathie - 3 / 5 stars
Overall, Battletoads feels like a bit of a relic of the past, which really speaks to how well Dlala have nailed that attitude-era style the 90s is famous for. The story can be humorous (at points) and there’s significantly more of it than I expected, while the variety in gameplay styles and mechanics keeps the experience fresh the whole way through. Unfortunately, that same style and humour does feel dated and grating at points, while the game’s combat sections are also some of its least engaging.
Saudi Gamer - محمد الدوسري - Arabic - 7 / 10
For me, I've been waiting for the game since it was announced. I believe it was a fun and unique experience, especially nowadays. But it's flawed by the shortness of the game as a whole and the lack of Online Multiplayer
Shacknews - Ozzie Mejia - 5 / 10
Battletoads does have its good moments, between its beat 'em up gameplay, metal-heavy soundtrack, and strong boss design. It's just drowned out by its awful pacing and poor comedy that gets maybe a couple of chuckles from the entirety of its brief five-hour adventure.
Skill Up - Ralph Panebianco - Unscored

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Spaziogames - Paolo Sirio - Italian - 8 / 10
With its tens of games inside the game and humor, Battletoads is a pleasant surprise, witnessing the sheer amount of Xbox portfolio's diversity. It could be a little deeper here and there, and co-op could be online too, but Dlala's take on the franchise is a fresh and fun, recommendable experience.
Stevivor - Steve Wright - 5.5 / 10
Ultimately, I completed Battletoads in 3 hours and 45 minutes and have no intention of ever going back.
TechRaptor - Austin Suther, Austin Suther, Austin Suther - 8 / 10
Battletoads might just be Summer's sleeper hit. Despite some shortcomings, it's a punchy brawler with insanely charming animations and genuinely funny humor.
The Games Machine - Danilo Dellafrana - Italian - 7.8 / 10
The new Battletoads is a convincing return for the historic Rare brand, characterized by excellent art direction and writing. Some pacing issues ruin the overall enjoyment of the game, but it is still a very satisfying experience.
TheSixthAxis - Steve C - 7 / 10
Without wishing to damn it with faint praise, Battletoads is pretty much exactly what you'd think it would be. Taking clear influence from the 90s classics whilst adding in some welcome modern approaches, there is plenty here to enjoy while it lasts. An ideal perfect Game Pass title, this is well worth checking out, warts and all.
TrueAchievements - Luke Albiges - 4 / 5 stars
Battletoads was a pleasant surprise for me, and it’s great to see it really lean into the variety angle with so many different kinds of gameplay crammed into such a relatively small package.
Twinfinite - Andrew McMahon - 3.5 / 5
Considering my entire knowledge of the series before this installment was all based around memes, I’d say Battletoads far exceeded expectations. That said, the shortcomings it does possess keep it from joining the ranks of brawlers, like Streets of Rage 4, as a genre-defining title.
Use a Potion - Daryl Leach - 8.3 / 10
Battletoads manages to stay true to the source material, all whilst offering an array of varied and fun gameplay mechanics that really spice up the experience. I had a good time battling through each level, whether that was when fighting in classic beat ‘em up action, racing through on a jet-bike, or sliding my way away from a big monstrous threat. Sure, a few mini-games can fall short of the mark at times and the difficulty could feel a bit forced, but it didn’t stop Battletoads from being a really enjoyable experience.
It’s just a shame that there isn’t any online multiplayer included, with Battletoads really lending itself perfectly to playthroughs with friends. Of course, local play is possible, but with the game included in Xbox Game Pass it would have been perfect for online romps with other players. Hopefully, it’s something the developers might patch in sometime in the future because it feels like a missed opportunity right now…
Wccftech - Nathan Birch - 8 / 10
Battletoads is surprisingly successful at recapturing the spirit of Rare's beloved NES original. The game's striking visuals, wildly varied level design, and satisfying sense of challenge easily make up for the occasional frustrating moment or groan-worthy joke. If you've been waiting 26 years for a new Battletoads, Rash, Zitz, and Pimple's latest ought to scratch your itch.
WellPlayed - Zach Jackson - 7.5 / 10
Despite an amazing art style and some seriously fun beat ‘em up gameplay, the Battletoads reboot struggles with its identity due to the excessive inclusion of minigames
Windows Central - Jez Corden - 3 / 5 stars
Many of Battletoads' design sensibilities may seem archaic in 2020, but that was ultimately Dlala trying to build on the chaotic formula set by the original. Battletoads struggles as a single-player game but soars as a varied couch co-op experience party game for up to three friends. And hey, it's often laugh-out-loud funny too.
Worth Playing - Chris "Atom" DeAngelus - 6.5 / 10
Battletoads isn't bad, but it is boring. It starts off relatively strong and quickly devolves into uninteresting minigames. When the title returns to beat-'em-up gameplay, it shows the potential to be something more, but then you're forced to play "rock paper scissors" or mash buttons for a few minutes, and it all fades away. The concept, characters and visuals are excellent updates of the original, so it's a shame that the gameplay isn't.
XboxEra - OneBadMutha - 7.5 / 10
When it was all said and done, Battletoads isn’t going to win awards for writing, doesn’t set a new bar for any single genre, and none of their mini games should be spun off into full fledged games. Yet Dlala created something fun here, kept me engaged and offered a good amount of content without over-staying its welcome. This is a good effort for a new studio and I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do in the future. In these troubled times we live in, I welcome a game that exists solely to be bright, over the top, and fun. Battletoads may not be the best retro reboot this year, but it’s a good time nonetheless.
ZTGD - Ken McKown - 8.5 / 10
Battletoads is a game that shouldn’t work in 2020. The originals were brutal tests of patience and I mean come on, it has been nearly three decades. Who under 30 actually remembers these characters? Still, for someone like me it is a real treat to see Microsoft once again return a former beloved Rare property back to its glory.
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2020.08.13 22:02 EccentricGamerCL A summary of drivers who have raced on the Daytona RC before

In preparation for this inaugural race weekend on Daytona International Speedway’s road course, I thought I’d go through the entry lists of each race on Racing-Reference.info (Cup, Xfinity, Trucks, ARCA) and see exactly who has prior experience with running it.
The drivers are ordered so that the more recently they raced on the Daytona RC, the higher they are on the list. Note that I was only able to find results for IMSA’s support races dating back to 2017 (none of those results are on Racing-Reference, but rather here).

--- Cup Series ---
Kyle Busch (Joe Gibbs Racing #18 Toyota)
Cole Custer (Stewart-Haas Racing #41 Ford)
Brendan Gaughan (Beard Motorsports #62 Chevrolet)
James Davison (Rick Ware Racing #51 Ford)
Clint Bowyer (Stewart-Haas Racing #14 Ford)
Michael McDowell (Front Row Motorsports #34 Ford)
Timmy Hill (MBM Motorsports #66 Toyota)
Jimmie Johnson (Hendrick Motorsports #48 Chevrolet)
Kurt Busch (Chip Ganassi Racing #1 Chevrolet)
Ryan Newman (Roush Fenway Racing #6 Ford)
Martin Truex Jr. (Joe Gibbs Racing #19 Toyota)
Matt Kenseth (Chip Ganassi Racing #42 Chevrolet)
Kevin Harvick (Stewart-Haas Racing #4 Ford)

--- Xfinity Series ---
Alex Labbé (DGM Racing #90 Chevrolet)
Earl Bamber (Richard Childress Racing #21 Chevrolet)
Andy Lally (Our Motorsports #02 Chevrolet)
A.J. Allmendinger (Kaulig Racing #16 Chevrolet)
Brandon Gdovic (Sam Hunt Racing #26 Toyota)
Jade Buford (SS-Green Light Racing #07 Chevrolet)
Chase Briscoe (Stewart-Haas Racing #98 Ford)
Austin Cindric (Team Penske #22 Ford)
Jeffrey Earnhardt (JD Motorsports #15 Chevrolet)

--- Truck Series ---
Mike Skeen (NEMCO Motorsports #8 Ford)
Kris Wright (GMS Racing #24 Chevrolet)
Ty Majeski (Niece Motorsports #45 Chevrolet)
Alex Tagliani (Kyle Busch Motorsports #51 Toyota)
Bryan Collyer (Reaume Brothers Racing #33 Toyota)

--- ARCA Menards Series ---
Parker Chase (Chad Bryant Racing #22 Ford)
Hailie Deegan (DGR-Crosley #4 Ford)
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2020.08.09 07:30 JC-DisregardMe A Cast in Review - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

So I've been replaying (or rewatching, in some cases) a bunch of Ace Attorney lately. It's gotten me in the mood to write up some big text posts, so I think I'll start a series of threads like this one, in which I'll outline my thoughts on the characters in each game as I'm going along. Some characters will get a bunch of detail from me, others won't. So, away we go!
PHOENIX WRIGHT
This is the game in which Phoenix feels the most like a relatively blank player stand-in. The specific intention with his dialogue was to try and give him the kind of reactions that the player would most likely be having at any given moment. About the only thing to give him much developed character of his own is the bit of backstory he's given surrounding the class trial that first inspired his interest in law. This gives us the first sign of what will become a recurring trait of his, in that Phoenix is kind of... weirdly intense about relationships. His friendship with Larry, established in the game's opening minutes, comes across as very mundane in comparison to the way he'll act toward other friends and allies later.
No problem with that, of course. Leaving his characterization open like this makes it easy for the player to step comfortably into his role in the story from the beginning. Given time, it might start to seem a bit strange how very little we know about Nick outside of the relationships we see directly established during the events of the games, though.
Phoenix in Rise From the Ashes is a different story, to some extent. As a natural result of the case being the last one written in the original trilogy's timeframe, Nick comes across considerably more like the world-weary, deeply sarcastic fellow he'll be in later games. The way he becomes totally despondent and unmotivated with Maya temporarily out of his life is interesting, too. The unfortunate circumstances under which they first met made them pretty emotionally reliant upon one another in no time at all.
LARRY BUTZ
This is Larry at his most harmless. Phoenix describes him as a decent guy in the game's first case, and he comes across that way during that episode. He's overdramatic, but give the guy a break - his girlfriend was just murdered, and despite some misgivings that come up during Larry's trial, Cindy actually seems to have genuinely cared about him.
Case 4 Larry is good, too. He's not especially skilled at helping, but he does his best to try and protect Edgeworth from a Guilty verdict. It even works! Sure, his testimony is as much of a garbled mess as you'll eventually come to expect from the Butz, but it still gets the job done when all hope seems lost.
CINDY STONE
Dead. Shame that it happened, too - she's the only girlfriend of Larry's that we've ever actually met, and as mentioned, she really did seem to care for him. If she hadn't caught the bad side of a Thinker statue, maybe Larry wouldn't have turned into such a complete screw-up.
MIA FEY
Not to discredit Mia, but she's definitely one of the characters to feel the weirdest in retrospect, when you look back at the first game. The Fey family's complicated internal politics definitely hadn't been worked out yet in this game's development, so she's mainly just the cool-headed, big sister-ly mentor who gets killed off so she can become the Fey-us Ex Machina of the next couple of cases. Her relationship with Phoenix doesn't really come across quite as personally as it will later on, as well, what with their history together not being developed yet.
Mia's also mentioned as having been an accomplished spirit medium, but that never really comes up as relevant at all.
WINSTON PAYNE
The Payne is just a dull, spineless tutorial opponent here. Don't worry, he'll improve. In a reimagined version of the first game, I could see the first case having a bit of fun with Payne's response to seeing the same lovesick university dork he prosecuted just a few years earlier now standing alongside the attorney who defended him in that case, and losing to the guy.
FRANK SAHWIT
Obviously a bit of a 'nothing' character, which will certainly seem weird in retrospect once you get into the far less grounded culprits of later games, but he serves his purpose. The toupee throw is a good first display of the courtroom shenanigans you'll get used to with time, too.
THE JUDGE
The courtroom's resident immortal warlock spends a good chunk of this game just being a fairly generic authority figure. He has his moments, but it's clear that his quirks hadn't been figured out just yet for the majority of this story. His better parts tend to come in climactic moments like the end of the final trial in Case 4, when he finally puts his foot down and forces Von Karma to cooperate with the metal detector test that will seal his fate for good.
In Rise From the Ashes, of course, he feels much more like the sillier Judge we'll see for most of the series to come. He's certainly not useless or stupid, and as always, has honourable moments of clear intelligence (his final exchange with Gant comes to mind), but he does still tend to let himself be swayed a bit more easily than someone in his position ought to. That's just a quirk we'll all come to accept with time, of course, and it's far from being seen at its worst in this game.
MAYA FEY
Our peppy burger girl. Maya's... pretty good, here in the first game. Of course she'll improve a ton later, but this first outing with her is decent. One of my favourite things with her in game one is seeing how different her relationship with Phoenix was in their first two cases. Just think about how incredibly close they become, and then look at Turnabout Sisters, in which Maya starts off calling Phoenix "Mr. Wright", and then "Phoenix", before finally arriving at "Nick", which is of course about the only thing she'll ever call him for the rest of the series to date. Phoenix has something similar, of course. His dialogue in Turnabout Samurai is filled with moments of confusion and eye-rolling at Maya's childish antics and wacky outlook on the world. Just give it some time, Nick. Soon enough, you'll care about her more than anyone else you've ever known.
This is Maya during the phase of her life in which she's least motivated to keep up with her spiritual training, and it bites her at least a few times. Being unable to give Phoenix the help he needs by channeling Mia without having to first be under serious stress doesn't exactly do a lot to improve her crippling self-esteem issues. For much of the late story, she badly needs a hug, and unfortunately, Phoenix doesn't yet know her well enough to catch on when it counts.
APRIL MAY
Clearly Ms. May is quite used to having her ditzy-boobs act get whatever she needs done. Sadly for her, even rookie Phoenix takes his job seriously enough not to be particularly swayed, even if he does acknowledge her attractiveness in his head.
The only real depth April ever gets is one momentary suggestion that her actual motivation for taking part in Redd White's criminal activities is fear that White might have her killed if she tries to turn against him in any way.
MISTY FEY
Basically nothing to say at this point.
THE BELLBOY
Phoenix is right to consider this guy a total weirdo. He just seems to live in his own little world, barely affected by the plot developing around him.
DICK GUMSHOE
Gumshoe feels very strange in this game, when you reflect on him. This is a problem that impacts a lot of the cast, of course, due to their quirks and the general over-the-top nature of the game not having been totally figured out yet. He's much more bull-headed and aggressive than in any later game, particularly early on, his running gag of forgetting who Phoenix is doesn't really last past this game at all, his immense admiration for Edgeworth isn't given much context outside of Rise From the Ashes, and really, he can just be kind of a jerk. Not at all the good-hearted, slow-witted teddy bear we'll know later on in the games. He starts to get better in Case 4, when Edgeworth's arrest gives him much more reason to lend his help to Phoenix and Maya.
He's great in Rise From the Ashes, of course. Fiercely loyal to Edgeworth and willing to do whatever it takes to back Phoenix up for Edgeworth's benefit, even if it's going to cost him his job.
MARVIN GROSSBERG
One of the most "normal" lawyers in the whole series. Grossberg isn't a bad guy, but he'll admit to having made some terrible mistakes that have hurt a lot of people, from those he cares about to those he's never met. He doesn't have a ton of depth, though - he's mainly just there to be the game's first DL-6 exposition delivery boy. Great theme music, though.
REDD WHITE
What a waste. Considering what extreme importance Redd White has to the timeline of the series, it's kind of inexcusable how poorly executed a character he turned out to be.
White is set up and sold as a menacing, powerful figure with connections across every branch of the legal system, and countless people under his thumb. He can downright casually have a trial's defendant released and replaced, show off what his long career of blackmail and coercion has afforded him, and, of course, assault or murder anyone he sees as inconvenient seemingly without worry. That last one proves not to be such a terrificent idea, of course.
So what's White's problem? Well, he's got a few. First, he's kind of an idiot. It's a wonder he ever got into such a position of power at all, given how easily he cracks under even a faint amount of pressure. His behaviour in court is a stark change from how confident and arrogant he was when standing in his office. Phoenix points out just one or two minor inconsistencies in White's testimony, and he's already sweating and stumbling over his words. The fact that pre-character development bastard Edgeworth is the prosecutor assigned to the case is about the only reason White isn't indicted inside of ten minutes. Frank Sahwit was genuinely a better liar. Even considering his monumental arrogance, it was idiotic bordering on suicidal for White to change his mind about taking part in the trial surrounding Mia's murder. There's no way Phoenix would've gotten him onto the stand without White himself choosing to allow it.
His next problem is the nature of his defeat. It's been discussed to death, so I'll keep this short. Phoenix manages to work out what he needs to put White into a seriously difficult position during the trial, but thanks to Edgeworth, the blackmail kingpin is given another chance, nearly getting away with Mia's murder without a scratch on him, only for Mia herself to appear as the case's textbook Deus Ex Machina and knock the wind out of him again. Even then, of course, Edgeworth nearly manages to help him wriggle free again, but Mia delivers a second, decisive blow that makes White confess on the spot.
And pretty much every word of this happens without a second of player input. Phoenix becomes a spectator for the trial's entire climax, with Mia's ghost solving the last of the mystery for him and robbing the player of any chance to personally overcome the opposition the whole case has spent building up. It's not even explained why White would be so afraid of Mia's knowledge of his crimes potentially getting out that he would confess to her murder just to stop her or Phoenix saying anything more.
So Phoenix ends up on trial in the second half out of his own stupidity, White ends up in danger out of his stupidity, and ultimately the case is put to rest by the collective stupidity of everyone involved, because in about three days' time, no one ever bothered to check the other side of a piece of paper.
Boy, Turnabout Sisters kinda sucks. Sure, it needs to demonstrate that Phoenix is still far from ever reaching Mia's level of skill, and also introduce Maya's spirit-channeling ability, but the execution of all this is just dumb.
White's other prominent problem is how damn vague everything about him is. We see that he has Grossberg under pressure. We hear about countless lives he's ruined and reputations he's destroyed, and we get small, brief moments that suggest his reach might extend even as far as the other people involved in the trial. Problem is, none of this is really explored in any meaningful detail, nor do we ever get a clear answer as to just how many people White has dirt on. Edgeworth? The Judge? The police involved? It's all a hand-waved "maybe", at most.
The incredible anticlimax of White's part in the story will only become more jarring with time, too.
MILES EDGEWORTH
Our first meeting with an eternal rival. Edgeworth starts out as a right jerk who shows no particular hesitation to pull dirty tricks and manipulate witness testimony in whatever way he feels will suit him best. He's a victim of the writing in Turnabout Sisters to some degree, though - his case isn't particularly solid at all, and is really only held together by his competence as a prosecutor. His near-obsessive drive to maintain his perfect prosecution record shows pretty strongly in his refusal to back down from providing Redd White with all the help he can during the final trial segment, and this paints a pretty negative picture of Edgeworth's morals overall during his debut case. It's interesting to consider that Shu Takumi didn't originally intend for Edgeworth to actually be likeable, when you compare to his characterization later on in the series. His very scummy behaviour in this case seems to support that original view on him more than anything else. The problem with Redd White comes up again here - was Edgeworth himself under any pressure from White? It's pretty damn vague, and never really clears up in this case or later.
We only see hints of Edgeworth's past history with Phoenix in Case 2, and a bit more in Case 3, before Case 4 hits and we learn the rest. And of course, in Case 4, following from his decision to turn against his lead witness in Case 3 and effectively lose himself the case, Edgeworth finds himself in an extremely difficult, vulnerable position. Now facing a murder charge of his own, and with Phoenix insistently demanding the chance to defend him, he's forced to endure a case that dredges up all manner of deeply traumatic memories from his childhood and all the time since. Uncovering the truth behind that trauma makes up most of this game's emotional climax, and we get a conclusion that I find pretty damn satisfying when Manfred von Karma is finally proven to be the culprit behind the DL-6 Incident after so many years. Not bad for a game that I don't think really gets to be good at all until its fourth case.
I've seen years' worth of divided opinions on Edgeworth in Rise From the Ashes. It's a very common take to dislike the way the case erases the previous ambiguity on whether or not Edgeworth ever actually deliberately forged evidence throughout his career, giving a decisive answer of "no". I personally already take some issue with the way the series has kinda just shrugged and said "whatever" to the implication that Edgeworth was most likely responsible for countless false Guilty verdicts over the years, all but certainly sending more than a few innocent people to prison (and potentially their deaths) for crimes they didn't commit. So, that in mind, I'm not really bothered by the story giving a definitive statement that he never (deliberately) stooped to evidence forgery.
I do like the way Gant's statements toward him are shown to affect Edgeworth, who is already struggling with an identity crisis in the wake of Case 4's ending. I honestly think this sets up quite well for his disappearance following this game, although JFA for suffers a bit from originally being written with only 1-4 as Edgeworth's last prior appearance. A minor dialogue change to reflect the presence of 1-5 in the timeline isn't really enough to fix that.
WILL POWERS
A total teddy bear. Powers is just a good guy all around, with no real flaws written into him besides a distinct lack of self-esteem.
JACK HAMMER
Dead, and by all appearances a jerk. Not much more to say.
WENDY OLDBAG
Oldbag isn't nearly the exaggerated joke she'll later become here. Sure, she's a cranky old woman and a creep toward Edgeworth, but she does actually have some noticeably humanizing, sympathetic traits in Case 3. They'll pretty much evaporate later on, though. See the ring on her finger? One has to wonder if any of her abrasion comes from the loss of her husband.
SAL MANELLA
Gross. Fuck this creep. (Don't actually, though, you deserve better.)
There's nothing likeable about him, and that appears to be intentional. At least his localized 1337-speak dialogue is kinda funny, like a relic from the game's release time.
PENNY NICHOLS
Sorry, who?
... One thing I found interesting about Penny upon returning to game one is that her appearance in the ending seems to suggest she actually made friends with Maya, and they've maintained some level of contact after Maya's return home to Kurain Village. Big-time Steel Samurai fans have gotta stick together, I guess.
CODY HACKINS (who I forgot on my first pass through this post)
Kind of irritating? Not much depth? Responsible for at least one of the annoying fetch-quest sections in this case's boring, overlong investigation phases? I haven't got much for Cody.
DEE VASQUEZ
Vasquez is just kinda boring, and feels a little aimless in places. On one hand, she's about the most composed of all culprits in the series when under pressure and even when defeated, and is also the series' first attempt at a culprit who leans at least a little closer to sympathetic than average, but on the other, she clearly shows no real hesitance to blackmail someone, frame someone else for her crimes, and, y'know... the whole "tries to get Phoenix and Maya murdered by the mob" thing. She's just a weird anomaly of a character, and not especially memorable. For being the first "wacky" case in the series, Turnabout Samurai sure has some dull characters.
LOTTA HART
I like Lotta more than most seem to. I think she's kinda charming, and while her pushy desire to make a name for herself as a photojournalist tends to make a lot more trouble than it solves, when it comes down to it, she does try her best to help out. The anime made her pretty cute, too, while eliminating a lot of her worse traits.
ROBERT HAMMOND
Dead bastard.
POLLY
The bird - the witness - the legend. (And the half-assed joke.)
GREGORY EDGEWORTH
Dead dad. Very little to say on him here. He's really just shown to have been a highly skilled defence attorney, and a good person in general.
YANNI YOGI
The first real attempt at a sympathetic culprit, and while I think later efforts do a fair bit better, he's a good one. It would be better if more screentime was given to his actual persona as a broken old man, rather than spending nearly all of it on his act as the senile boat shopkeep. His past does make him genuinely sympathetic, what with how everything he had in life was forcibly torn away from him simply because he happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. Being manipulated and thrown away as a tool for Von Karma's obsessive revenge scheme can't have helped him much, either.
MANFRED VON KARMA
Such a lust for revenge. Who could've guessed? Obsessed, evil, sociopathic narcissist with a fifteen-year plot to destroy the life and legacy of a well-meaning defence attorney who bruised his ego. Manfred's a monstrous bastard with pretty much zilch in the way of redeeming qualities, and all of early Edgeworth's worst traits came straight from him.
He's appropriately menacing in the courtroom, using his fearsome reputation and unrelenting aggression to try and bully the entire court into playing by his rules. It can only carry him so far, though. Even our Judge has his limits, and his eventual unwillingness to let Von Karma control the trial is what finally ensures the veteran prosecutor's defeat.
Something I guess I'll ask this community about, with regards to Von Karma - I've seen some opinions that he's improved as a character by his appearance in Ace Attorney Investigations 2. I disagree with that pretty strongly, feeling that his appearance there actually tries to downplay what an evil bastard he was while simultaneously robbing Gregory Edgeworth of a lot of his strength in getting Von Karma his single penalty in the first place, but I'd like to understand the viewpoint a bit more. Anyone have anything to offer?
EMA SKYE
Far from the day she'll become my favourite character, but this teenaged Ema is pretty good. I find her intentional, extreme Maya resemblance weird, though. It kinda makes it hard to view her as her own person until later on in the incredibly long runtime of Rise From the Ashes. Once she gets there, though, she finally gets to show off a decent bit that makes her more unique, having a much more strained relationship with her older sister, and a whole lot of trauma in her recent past.
LANA SKYE
Good. Not great, but good. Lana keeps a whole lot bottled up out of a desire to protect her little sister, even when she knows that doing so will damage their relationship, possibly irreparably. It's hard not to feel for her when she's desperately trying to stop Phoenix exposing the "truth" about Neil Marshall's death. It's damn lucky that Ema's apparent role in the incident turned out to be something that Gant faked for his own gain, or this case would've ended in tragedy.
I kinda wish we could hear something more from Lana post-timeskip, seeing as her sister has gone on to become such a prominent supporting character.
BRUCE GOODMAN
Dead. Decent guy, by all appearances. Maybe a bit of a bad judge of character, not realizing he was inadvertently setting Gant up to kill him. There's some suggestion that he also wasn't an especially brilliant detective.
ANGEL STARR
Some sympathetic traits, some that are less so. A spiteful lunch lady with some legitimate reasons for hating prosecutors. Not the worst grudge-holder in this series.
JAKE MARSHALL
Similar, though leaning more toward sympathetic. Jake has mostly managed to forgive the people Angel hasn't, with his life's goal having become his singular desire to uncover the truth behind his brother's death, even if it costs him what little of his career remains. Cool theme music.
MIKE MEEKINS
Don't really know what to say. Meekins is a ridiculous goof, and can be entertaining, but his part in this case really just feels like padding, and a lot of it.
JOE DARKE
Dead nutcase. What was his deal? Overworked? Just plain volatile? Did he really intend to turn himself in for good, and just panic during his questioning? This is the kind of place where RFTA could've afforded to spend some more time, instead of on a first trial and first investigation that both turn out to be a near-total waste of time.
NEIL MARSHALL
Dead, decent guy. He may well have saved Ema's life, and he deserves credit for that.
DAMON GANT
Class act, as far as villains go. Gant is a far better attempt at the same sort of role that Redd White played, being a powerful, intimidating figure with a great deal of sway in the legal system. Unlike White, he doesn't suffer from being a moron who buries himself under his own mistakes, and it takes focused teamwork from Phoenix, Gumshoe, and Edgeworth to bring him down.
His final portion of the case does seem a bit weird, though - he really could've just walked out of the court and gotten away with Goodman's murder for most of that segment, and he even gets one foot out the door at one point, only to decide to turn around and resume his head-to-head debate with Phoenix, ultimately resulting in his defeat.
(... I haven't missed anyone of note, have I?)
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2020.08.09 02:39 PhilsBot The Phillies defeated the Braves by a score of 5-0 - Sat, Aug 08 @ 06:05 PM EDT

Braves @ Phillies - Sat, Aug 08

Game Status: Final - Score: 5-0 Phillies

Links & Info

Braves Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Acuña Jr. - CF 3 0 0 0 1 2 1 .214 .353 .357
2 Swanson - SS 4 0 0 0 0 2 3 .276 .311 .448
3 Freeman - 1B 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 .200 .333 .380
4 Ozuna - DH 4 0 0 0 0 3 0 .255 .377 .490
5 d'Arnaud - C 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 .364 .375 .591
6 Markakis - RF 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 .250 .250 .625
7 Duvall - LF 3 0 0 0 0 0 2 .318 .385 .636
8 Riley, A - 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 .118 .205 .324
9 Hechavarria - 2B 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 .214 .214 .214
Totals 30 0 4 0 1 9 8
Braves
BATTING: TB: d'Arnaud; Hechavarria 2; Markakis. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Duvall. Team RISP: 0-for-2. Team LOB: 4.
FIELDING: E: d'Arnaud (3, throw). DP: (Hechavarria-Swanson-Freeman).
Phillies Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 McCutchen - DH 4 0 0 0 0 1 0 .115 .179 .154
2 Hoskins - 1B 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 .120 .371 .160
3 Harper - RF 4 1 2 0 0 0 1 .292 .469 .583
4 Realmuto - C 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 .333 .400 .778
5 Gregorius - SS 4 1 2 1 0 0 2 .321 .367 .536
6 Segura - 3B 2 1 1 0 2 0 0 .208 .321 .208
7 Bruce - LF 4 1 2 3 0 0 3 .300 .391 .800
Quinn - CF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .231 .286 .385
8 Kingery - 2B 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 .071 .161 .071
9 Haseley - LF 3 0 0 0 0 1 1 .438 .438 .563
Totals 31 5 8 5 4 4 12
Phillies
BATTING: 2B: Bruce (2, Wright); Harper (1, Dayton). HR: Realmuto (4, 4th inning off Wright, 0 on, 0 out); Bruce (2, 4th inning off Wright, 2 on, 0 out). TB: Bruce 6; Gregorius 2; Harper 3; Realmuto 4; Segura. RBI: Bruce 3 (5); Gregorius (4); Realmuto (9). Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Gregorius; Kingery 2. GIDP: Harper. Team RISP: 2-for-7. Team LOB: 6.
FIELDING: DP: (Gregorius-Kingery).
Braves Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Wright (L, 0-2) 6.0 6 4 4 3 3 2 91-59 6.75
Dayton 1.0 1 1 1 0 1 0 16-10 2.84
Sobotka 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 0 12-5 0.00
Totals 8.0 8 5 5 4 4 2
Phillies Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Arrieta (W, 1-1) 6.0 3 0 0 1 6 0 89-56 2.45
Álvarez 0.2 1 0 0 0 0 0 13-9 0.00
Hunter 1.1 0 0 0 0 1 0 13-9 5.40
Guerra, D 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 12-8 7.36
Totals 9.0 4 0 0 1 9 0
Game Info
WP: Arrieta.
Pitches-strikes: Wright 91-59; Dayton 16-10; Sobotka 12-5; Arrieta 89-56; Álvarez 13-9; Hunter 13-9; Guerra, D 12-8.
Groundouts-flyouts: Wright 7-4; Dayton 1-0; Sobotka 0-1; Arrieta 5-2; Álvarez 1-0; Hunter 3-0; Guerra, D 0-1.
Batters faced: Wright 26; Dayton 4; Sobotka 5; Arrieta 21; Álvarez 3; Hunter 4; Guerra, D 3.
Inherited runners-scored: Sobotka 1-1; Hunter 1-0.
Umpires: HP: Ron Kulpa. 1B: Todd Tichenor. 2B: Manny Gonzalez. 3B: Chris Segal.
Weather: 84 degrees, Partly Cloudy.
Wind: 2 mph, Varies.
First pitch: 8:00 PM.
T: 2:31.
Venue: Citizens Bank Park.
August 8, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Bottom 4 J.T. Realmuto homers (4) on a fly ball to left center field. 1-0 PHI
Bottom 4 Jay Bruce homers (2) on a line drive to right center field. Didi Gregorius scores. Jean Segura scores. 4-0 PHI
Bottom 8 Didi Gregorius singles on a ground ball to right fielder Nick Markakis. Bryce Harper scores. 5-0 PHI
Team Highlight
PHI Jay Bruce's three-run home run (00:00:34)
PHI J.T. Realmuto's solo home run (00:00:42)
PHI Bryce Harper's diving catch (00:00:27)
PHI Phanatic delivers cheesesteaks (00:01:03)
PHI Didi Gregorius' double play (00:00:28)
ATL Austin Riley's barehanded play (00:00:29)
PHI Didi Gregorius' RBI single (00:00:30)
ATL Kyle Wright K's Adam Haseley (00:00:12)
PHI Deolis Guerra gets the final out (00:00:17)
PHI Jake Arrieta K's 6 over 6 innings (00:01:41)
PHI Phillies shut out Braves, 5-0 (00:02:10)
PHI Bryce Harper's unlikely catch (00:00:28)
ATL Braves vs. Phillies Recap 8/8 (00:03:21)
ATL CG: [email protected] - 8/8/20 (00:05:07)
PHI Joe Girardi on Arrieta's start (00:00:58)
PHI Phillies players on shutout win (00:01:39)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Braves 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 4
Phillies 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 1 5 8 0 6

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2020.08.01 12:10 jagsfanski Offseason Review Series: Jacksonville Jaguars

Before anything, I just want to preface by saying that I am filling in some huge shoes by following the legendary u/JaguarGator9. I am NOT a typical writer nor do I have any experience in analysis, I just wanted to take a stab at analyzing and writing about my favorite team that has been terrorizing my happiness for 15+ years. So, apologies in advance if there are some incorrect points made.
Also gotta give a shoutout to u/PlatypusOfDeath for continuing to run this series and for the formatting help! Also a thanks to u/flounder19 for directing me towards the thread where half of the info comes from and my bro u/MikeFanto4 for giving me the positive reinforcement through the writing of this. With that being said, hope y'all enjoy!

Jacksonville Jaguars

AFCS

2019 Record: 6-10 (4th in Division)

Coaching Changes

Fires:

Tom Coughlin – VP of Football Operations/Dictator: This will be discussed in the news section. Please hold.
Jon DeFilippo – Offensive Coordinator: It never really occurred to me until recently (give me a break Jags fans), that the firing of Flip was most likely directly related to Foles (even more so once he got hired by Chicago as QB coach). Once Foles was gone, Flip wanted out and they ultimately “mutually agreed to part ways”. While according to fans it would’ve been nice to see the other coordinator go, it shows that the front office “admitted” their mistake and decided to move on from the experiment.
Scott Milanovich – QB Coach: Milanovich took a job as the HC of the Edmonton Eskimos in the CFL. Before his 3-year stint in Jacksonville, he was the HC of the Toronto Argonauts in the CFL where he won the Grey Cup in 2012 and was also named Coach of the Year.

Hires:

Jay Gruden – Offensive Coordinator – The once HC of the Washington Football Team, Gruden comes into the organization bringing experience in molding younger quarterbacks. A big help is the fact that GM Dave Caldwell brought in a few players familiar with his scheme to assist in adjusting the other players to the playbook. Of all the OC candidates, Gruden is best fit for Minshew’s playstyle due to his West Coast Offense.
Ben McAdoo – Quarterbacks Coach: Brought in to replace Milanovich, McAdoo also brings HC experience to the team. Even though his time in the Giants organization is best left to be forgotten, his experience as an OC and QB coach makes him a prime candidate. He spent two seasons in Green Bay working with Aaron Rodgers and also helped the Giants to the 6th best scoring offense in the NFL in 2015.
Denard Robinson – Offensive Quality Control Coach: Not really a huge hire, but a nice reunion. Former QB turned RB, Denard “Shoelace” Robinson, continues his time in Duval as an assistant. He was drafted in the 5th round of the 2013 draft as an “Offensive Weapon” but played primarily at RB during his time as a player.

Free Agency/Trades

Players Lost/Traded

Player Position New Team Compensation
Nick Foles QB Bears Compensatory 4th round draft pick
Calais Campbell DE Ravens 5th round pick
A.J. Bouye CB Broncos 4th round pick
Marcell Dareus DT Free Agent
Marqise Lee WR Patriots 1 yr / $1,047,500
Jake Ryan ILB Free Agent
Cedric Ogbuehi RT Seahawks 1 yr / $2,300,000

Key Losses:

Nick Foles: After signing him to a MASSIVE 4-year contract worth $88 million, with $51 million guaranteed, the Jaguars thought they had their man in Super Bowl MVP Big Dick Nick. However, that did not live long since Foles broke his left clavicle during a 35-yard touchdown pass to DJ Chark. Once he was replaced by Bomb-Chuckin’ and Mom-Fuckin’ Gardner Minshew II, he was basically left as an afterthought in the Jaguars fanbase…..until the bye week. He was named the starter for the rest of the season and was severely disappointing in his limited time as it, thus resulting in him being benched after 3 games. In his time as a starter, he completed 77 passes for a completion percentage of 65.8%, 3 touchdowns and 2 interceptions, with a passer rating of 84.6. He was largely disappointing in his time here but left the door open for Minshew Mania. Foles was traded to the Bears for a 2020 Compensatory 4th round pick AND took parts of his massive contract and helped us start the return from cap hell. D+ for his play, B for the trade return.
Calais Campbell: I’m like, really upset about this one. I remember exactly where I was when I found out that this glorious human was traded to the Baltimore Ravens for a 5th round pick. Chump change for the 2019 Walter Payton Man of the Year award recipient. After being signed to a 4-year deal worth $60 million with $30 million guaranteed in 2017, the man proceeded to become the Mayor of the Defensive Line Formerly Known as Sacksonville. Amassing 31.5 sacks, 77 QB hits and 44 TFL in his 3 years on the team; not only was he a force on the field, he was very much involved in the Phoenix and Jacksonville communities. In 2019, Campbell won the Walter Payton Man of the Year award – given to the NFL player that best demonstrates outstanding community service and excellence on the field. His charity, CRC Foundation, has been helping young people with critical life skills since 2009. Adding to that, he has also hosted many holiday shopping sprees, the JaxPAL Youth Football and STEM Camp and has spent countless hours speaking encouragement to children in area schools. The fact that the Jaguars let him go for a 2020 5th round pick says a lot about what the teams feels about their cap situation. A for play, D- for trade return.
A.J. Bouye: Bouye was signed in 2017 as a free agent from Houston. His final season on the Texans is what attracted the Jaguars the most, landing him a 5-year contract worth $67.5 million with $26 million guaranteed. In his time with the team, he accrued 8 interceptions, 34 passes defended, and allowed just a 64.4 completion percentage when thrown to since 2018. 2017 was by far his best season opposite Jalen Ramsey in which they formed one of the most feared duos that year. He saw significant drop off in the 2 years to follow, leading to the team wanting to move in a different direction. He was traded to the Denver Broncos for a 2020 4th round pick and saving over $11 million from his remaining contract. B for play, C+ for trade return.
Marcell Dareus: Dareus was traded from the Bills to the Jaguars mid-season 2017 for a 2018 6th round pick to help solidify the lone run-defense weakness in what was a near impeccable defense. Although his stats don’t show it, (2.5 sacks, 45 combined tackles, 4 TFL and 5 QB hits) when healthy, he was a stud in the run game. The Jaguars ultimately decided not to pick up his 2020-year option and he remains a free agent. A team struggling in the run game could pick him up for cheap and I’m not 100% sure why he hasn’t been signed by a team yet. Dave Caldwell has said he is open to bringing him back on a separate deal, but hasn't acted on it yet. C

Players Signed

Player Position Old Team Length Salary
Tyler Eifert TE Bengals 2 years $9,500,000
Joe Schobert ILB Browns 5 years $53,750,000
Chris Thompson RB The Washington Football Team 1 year $1,400,000
Al Woods DT Seahawks 1 year $2,500,000
Rashaan Melvin CB Lions 1 year $1,750,000
Mike Glennon QB Raiders 1 year $1,187,500
Rodney Gunter DE Cardinals 3 years $18,000,000
Aaron Lynch OLB Bears 1 year $1,100,000
Cassius Marsh DE Cardinals 1 year $1,047,500
Lerentee McCray OLB Jaguars 1 year $1,047,500
Tyler Shatley C Jaguars 1 year $1,512,500
Keelan Cole WR Jaguars 1 year $3,259,000
Brian Price DT Jaguars 2 year $1,815,000
Yannick Ngakoue DE Jaguars 1 year TAG $17,788,000
Source: Spotrac.com
 
Notes
Tyler Eifert: Going into the offseason, the biggest hole in an already lackluster offense was the Tight End position. The Jaguars drafted Josh Oliver in the 3rd round of the 2019 draft to help with that, but he went down with a hamstring injury in the preseason and a back injury during the regular season which limited him to 3 games. James O’Shaughnessy was one of Minshew’s favorite targets but went down with an ACL injury early on as well. Tyler Eifert comes in already familiar with Jay Gruden’s offense. The Jaguars are taking a risk in signing Eifert if they expect him to play even close to his 2015 production (52 catches for 615 yards and 13 touchdowns). However, if he stays healthy and can play even half as good, that’s a massive upgrade over what our Tight End group has produced over the past 5+ years. A 2-year contract worth $9.5 million filled with incentives should give Eifert the motivation to stay healthy and contribute immediately. But if he doesn’t produce as expected, the team should be able to release him with little cap hit. C+
Joe Schobert: Schobert from the Cleveland Browns could be considered the teams’ “marquee” free agent, signing a 5-year, $53.75 million contract with $21.5 million guaranteed. He comes into a linebacker corps that hasn’t had a true MLB since Posluszny retired. This addition allows Myles Jack to move to weak side and gives the opportunity for competition at strong side. Schobert gives the Jaguars a leadership type figure in an already incredibly young defense. Since Telvin Smith retired and decided to be stupid (more on that later on) and Poz choosing to hang up the cleats as well, there hasn’t been someone that could command the defense; Jack tried previously but had probably his worst year to date. Schobert solidifying the middle also gives Jack the opportunity to use his athleticism on the outside. Schobert is top 10 in pass coverage, but still needs to improve in the run game (which is something the team has struggled in for years). I feel like this is a boom-or-bust signing, but am cautiously optimistic. B+
Chris Thompson: Leonard Fournette is still this team’s workhorse back. Rumors started spreading that he would be traded prior to the draft, which ultimately fell flat. Just because the Jags are going to rely on Fournette even more, doesn’t mean that Minshew doesn’t need as many weapons as possible. This is another signing that works well with Gruden’s offense since he had played for him in Washington. This also gives Minshew another weapon out of the backfield. On the other hand, this is another signing that is based solely on whether he can stay healthy or not. A one year, prove-it deal worth $1.4 million is smart on the teams end because when healthy, Thompson can still have the capability to make plays. B
Rodney Gunter: A Calais Campbell clone? Probably not, but a man can dream right? The DE from Arizona signed a 3-year deal worth $18 million to pretty much help rotate through his old position, though. He hasn’t really shown much as a pass rusher (11 sacks in 5 years) but will probably be a rotational piece mostly used in run downs. C
Rashaan Melvin: With the departure of Bouye, the team looked thin at the position prior to the draft. The Jags also hit a homerun with their previous CB signing from Detroit, DJ Hayden. Melvin comes in on another one-year deal to compete with last years UDFA surprise, Tre Herndon for the CB2 spot opposite CJ Henderson. In his 4 years with Detroit, Oakland and Indianapolis, he posted 4 INT and 41 Passes Defended and 2 FF. This puts some competition in camp (if there is one) with experience vs. potential. B-
Al Woods: Caldwell goes in again on defense and signs the large run-stuffer from Seattle on a 1-year, $2.5 million deal. The loss of Marcel Dareus put a large hole in the already weak run defense and Woods helps plug it back in with a decent resume stuffing the middle. This gives the Jags a nice rotation between him, Abry Jones and Davon Hamilton. B EDIT: As of posting this, Al Woods has opted out of the 2020 season.

Draft

After trading away Jalen Ramsey, Calais Campbell, AJ Bouye and Nick Foles, the Jaguars ended up with a total of 12 draft picks (most in franchise history).
 
Round Number Player Position School
1 9 (9) CJ Henderson CB Florida
1 20 (20) from Rams K’Lavon Chaisson DE/LB LSU
2 10 (42) Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado
3 9 (73) DaVon Hamilton DT Ohio State
4 10 (116) Ben Bartch OL St. Johns (Minn.)
4 31 (137) from Broncos Josiah Scott CB Michigan State
4 34 (140) from Bears Shaquille Quarterman LB Miami
5 12 (157) from Ravens Daniel Thomas S Auburn
5 20 (165) from Rams (Fowler trade) Collin Johnson WR Texas
6 10 (189) Jake Luton QB Oregon State
6 27 (206) Tyler Davis TE Georgia Tech
7 9 (223) Chris Claybrooks CB/Return Specialist Memphis
 

Analysis

C.J. Henderson: There was a lot of speculation as to who Caldwell was going to draft with the first of 2 first round picks. Was it going to be an OL? WR? QB?(for some reason). Dave ultimately went with the heir to the Ramsey throne. Gone are the days of back injuries and in are the days of another Florida school product. This man is 6-foot 204lb and is extremely good in coverage, which is something that the team needs in replacement of Ramsey. One glaring weakness in his game is his tackling, which seems like there is some hesitation and looks to often miss open field tackles. He immediately fills the CB1 role that was previously held by surprise UDFA Tre Herndon. B
K’Lavon Chaisson: Alright, I’ll address the elephant on the team now. Yannick Ngakoue is not playing another down for the Jacksonville Jaguars. I was a believer that they could strike a long-term deal and keep the talented pass rusher but NOOOOO, he just had to beef with the owner’s son and ruin any chance, but I digress. The first of the Rams 1st round picks from the Jalen Ramsey trade yields the replacement for the other man who really wants out. The LSU product brings an incredible motor and raw talent. He has all the physical tools you could need in a DE/LB at 6’3” and 254lbs but has a high ceiling if he works on his technique. A line edged by Josh Allen and K’Lavon Chaisson sounds relentless to me. A-
Laviska Shenault Jr.: There was plenty of WR talent deep in this draft class and I feel like the Jags found a secret weapon in the Colorado prospect. Despite dealing with numerous injuries and not the best quarterback play, he was still able to produce over 2000 scrimmage yards through his SO and JR seasons. If he can stay healthy, he’ll be able to line up all over the field. Gruden will be able to set him up at WR, RB and even Wildcat QB if he’s feeling frisky. At 6-2 220LB, Minshew has versatile target that has the chance to produce really well if he can stay healthy. B+
DaVon Hamilton: The 6-4, 320lb DT was a wall in the center of the Buckeye line. He amassed 6 sacks, 28 tackles (9.5 for a loss) with 1 forced fumble in his redshirt senior season. Hamilton was drafted to help shore up the middle once held up by Dareus, but also now partially manned by Al Woods. His specialty is in the run game, which is something the Jags desperately need. B
Ben Bartch: The Smoothie King comes to Duval. Everyone knows the story of Bartch’s insane smoothie recipe that helped him gain 86lbs. Coming out of DIII St. John’s in Minnesota, he dominated competition enough to earn him a spot at the Senior Bowl. Even though he doesn’t have much experience against NFL caliber competition, Bartch has the tools necessary to grow in the league and become a serviceable backup or eventually challenge current starting RG, AJ Cann. B-
Josiah Scott: On the smaller end of the spectrum (5’9”, 185lbs), Scott has had to overcome his size with speed and knowledge. He’s too small to be anything more than a slot corner; but he can be great depth behind DJ Hayden and helpful in the run game. The Jags lost a lot in the CB department, so I understand the depth pick. C+
Shaquille Quarterman: Quarterman was a 4-year starter and a captain while at Miami. Caldwell really wanted to shore up the run defense this offense and this pick doesn’t stray away from that narrative. He may not be the best in the pass game since he has limited speed, but on running downs he could be very helpful and a leader in the locker room. B
Daniel Thomas: I’m actually a fan of this pick solely for depth purposes. The best backup safety on the team is Andrew Wingard, so any help at the position is good. In his time at Auburn, he notched 5 interceptions, 199 total tackles and forced 3 fumbles. B
Collin Johnson: I feel like Johnson will be an asset in the red zone. His large stature at 6’6”, 220lbs+ will be great for jump-balls. The Jags receiving corp. has almost every kind of receiver you would need except for a big bodied guy to get up after 50/50 balls. While I’m not happy it took Dave this long to get more help for Minshew besides Shenault, this isn’t the worst consolation prize. C+
Jake Luton: Caldwell has had a history of selecting a QB in the 6th round. So, I’m not surprised by this pick. But the question is: will he be another Minshew, or a Tanner Lee? The Oregon State Beaver threw for 42 touchdowns to 11 interception in 3 years there. My money is on him being a camp body or not making the roster at all. D
Tyler Davis: Davis started his career at UConn as a Quarterback but switched to WR as a sophomore and ended up a TE before transferring to Georgia Tech as a TE. His receiving stats leave a lot to be desired but has some strength in run-blocking. In an already crowded position group, he’ll have to really show off to make the final roster. D+
Chris Claybrooks: Caldwell and Marrone both agreed that Claybrooks was drafted for returning purposes. Supposedly running a 4.25s 40 in a video sent to every NFL team, he has the speed to make a difference on special teams. In his time returning kicks at Memphis, he returned 11 for 338 yards for an average of 30.7 – a much higher average than the 24.2 yds/rt the Jaguars did in 2019. B+
 

UDFA

Luq Barcoo, CB, San Diego State; Doug Costin, DT, Miami (OH); Nathan Cottrell, RB, Georgia Tech; Ben Ellefson, TE, North Dakota State; Nate Evans, LB, Central Florida; Tavien Feaster, RB, South Carolina; Josh Hammond, WR, Florida; Amari Henderson, CB, Wake Forest; Ross Matiscik, LS, Baylor; Steven Nielson, OL, Ohio; J.R. Reed, S, Georgia; James Robinson, RB, Illinois State; Marvelle Ross, WR, Notre Dame College; Connor Slomka, FB, Army; Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms, OL, Missouri; Kobe Williams, CB, Arizona State; Brandon Wright, K, Georgia State.

Other Offseason News that Affected the Team

 
Oh my word…..there was so much that happened. I wish I had enough time to go into full detail on everything, but new job has my time extremely limited. I’ll unfortunately have to stick with short synopses on these.
 
Tom Coughlin Fired
The Tom Coughlin era 2.0 is finally over. The Jaguars have had enough of his dictatorship and days after the NFLPA sent a warning letter to players to stay away, they relieved him of his duties. A few of the grievances included:
  • Fining Dante Fowler Jr. $700k for not rehabbing in Jacksonville
  • Nearly forcing Jalen Ramsey and Telvin Smith to participate in voluntary workouts
  • Fining Fournette for sitting while inactive during the 2018 finale
But wait! There’s more! Not only did he have a number of grievances filed against him, he:
  • Gave Blake Bortles a deal averaging $18m a year, only to be released
  • Signed Nick Foles to a deal worth $88m, and wouldn’t let it go when it was proven he wasn’t the guy
  • Other general day-to-day nuances that make him an overall unlikable person
 
Now that he’s gone, the clocks have gone back to normal time and hopefully the morale of the team improves greatly. This is also a final chance for Doug Marrone and Dave Caldwell to show that a major factor in the teams lack of recent success can be directly attributed to the Tom Coughlin culture.
 
Telvin Smith arrested
Oooooh boy……what to say about this one. Former 5th round pick out of Florida State turned top MLB in the NFL arrested and charged with unlawful sexual activity with a minor. He retired in 2019 stating that he needed to focus on his family and health. Smith first met the girl in the summer of 2019, recently after she turned 17; and in their 2-month time together, they had sex multiple times in Smith’s car and home. Adding onto that, Smith offered the underage girl $200 to keep quiet, $100 of which she ultimately took. He was released on $50,003 bond. DON’T.FUCK.KIDS.OR.TEENS.PEOPLE.
 
Yannick Ngakoue
I don’t really know where to start this since so much has happened. Yannick Ngakoue is trying to pull a Jalen Ramsey and tweet himself out of Duval County. Ngakoue has been (and still is) very open about his displeasure towards the organization. Since late 2019, he has tweeted numerous times about wanting to be traded, even calling out Tony Khan (son of owner Shahid Khan) on the site. The team franchise tagged him and tried shopping around. Their asking price was a MINIMUM of a first round pick, but the Twitter tirade ruined basically any chance of that return. There was an offer that included a Pro Bowl player recently, which was declined since the player “didn’t fit their system”. People are split between whether he plays if he doesn’t get traded or sitting out the season, which I guess we’ll see once (if) the season commences.
 
No 5th year option for Fournette
Just like Ngakoue, the former 4th overall picks’ relationship with the front office has not been the most ideal. He was one of the many players that filed a grievance against the team for the fine for sitting on the bench in 2018 while inactive, which he got back. The Jaguars decided not to pick up his 5th year option, which would’ve netted Fournette $8.43 million. This means that, unless an extension is made, he will be an unrestricted free agent in 2021. The team will most likely not extend him beyond this season since they were even trying to get rid of him this offseason. They had discussions with teams about moving him, but no deal was done. Caldwell ultimately decided that Fournette will stick around and be the RB1 for the 2020 season but has not made any mention of beyond that. This is a contract year for him, and he wants to prove that he was worth the 4th overall selection.
 
COVID-19
As most of you may know, the Jacksonville Jaguars have another name: The London Jaguars
But in all seriousness, it’s been seeming to the general public that the team will move to London; especially after this year when Khan moved a second home game to Wembley Stadium. The reasoning behind the move is to increase local revenue. The front office believed that the reasoning behind the low revenue was the local market, not the product on the field. No one, not a single fan took this piece of news positively. It seemed like it was doomed from the start, something that could only be slowed down by say a…..pandemic? (un)Luckily so, one such pandemic happened. Creating an international travel restriction and preventing any NFL teams from playing in London. When the season does start, the home games, which would’ve been vs. the Lions and Browns in non-consecutive weeks, will actually be played at home. In other COVID news, former Jaguar great Tony Boselli contracted the Coronavirus and was admitted to the ICU for five days. Things got so bad that he was hooked up to two IVs and needed oxygen to help his breathing. Luckily, he was able to recover mostly and was released on March 30.

Projected Starting Lineup with Camp Battles

Positions won in a camp battle italicized
QB- Gardner Minshew: This is Gardner Minshew’s team in 2020. After a promising rookie season, added weapons and a more workable scheme, Minshew should solidify himself as the quarterback of the future - given he slows down on the turnovers.
RB- Leonard Fournette: In a contract year after his 5th year option was declined, he will be running with a chip on his shoulder. The team looks to run him as much as possible before he leaves.
TE- Tyler Eifert, James O’Shaughnessy: Free agent signing Eifert will fill the starting role as long as he is healthy. I think O’Shaughnessy beats out Josh Oliver for the TE2 spot due to last years chemistry with Minshew.
WR- D.J. Chark Jr., Dede Westbrook, Chris Conley, Laviska Shenault Jr.: This group is easily the strength of this offense. Chark looks to build on a really nice 2019 season, Westbrook and Conley weren’t bad as WR2 and 3, but they weren’t spectacular either. I added Shenault as well because he will be put in at a bunch of different positions.
LT- Cam Robinson: Robinson battled through an ACL injury in 2018 which basically sent his development back over a year. He’s been inconsistent in his time playing, playing well during some games but slacking big time in others.
LG- Andrew Norwell: The coaching staff is still sticking by the second highest paid guard in the NFL, even though he hasn’t been playing like it at all. He missed time in 2018 with a foot injury and has been battling through that since. But ultimately needs to play even remotely like the former 1st team all-pro in order to provide some return on his contract. He has been arguably the worst lineman on an already weak line.
C- Brandon Linder: One of the more underrated lineman in the league. Linder has been a consistent leader on the offense since being drafted in the 3rd round in 2014.
RG- A.J. Cann: Cann is just one of those guys where you kinda forget about him until he has a terrible game and then you remember that he’s actually not good. I’m considering this one a battle because I feel like rookie Bartch can snag a start or two during the season.
RT- Jawaan Taylor: After dropping to the Jags in the second round of last years’ draft, Taylor has lived up to expectations. While having the typical rookie growing pains, he was extremely solid playing against pro-level talent.
DL- Josh Allen, Abry Jones, Taven Bryan/Rodney Gunter, K’Lavon Chaisson: A group that is primed to surprise people. The Good Josh Allen is already a forced to be reckoned with, Abry Jones is a solid piece with some rotational help, Taven Bryan is only getting better at the run while Gunter will help with the pass rush. Finally, 1st round pick K’Lavon Chaisson comes in with an incredible motor to help with the loss of Ngakoue.
LB- Myles Jack, Joe Schobert, Quincy Williams: Myles Jack is on his 3rd position, so hopefully this will unlock his full athletic potential. Schobert will command the defense up the middle and drop into coverage. Quincy did not play well last year as a rookie. I hope he is able to progress this season or we might be in trouble there.
CB- C.J. Henderson, Rashaan Melvin, D.J. Hayden: 9th overall pick Henderson gets the start at the CB1 position. Melvin and Tre Herndon are going to be battling for the CB2 spot, but I give the nod to Melvin solely because he has more experience. D.J. Hayden is another underrated player in the NFL and is quietly one of the top Nickel corners.
S- Ronnie Harrison, Jarrod Wilson: Ronnie Harrison has been really coming into his own over the past season and will only get better. Jarrod Wilson played fairly well in 2019 and was exercised his option during the offseason.
K- Josh Lambo: Lambo is one of the most consistent kickers in the NFL today. Hitting over 94% of his kicks since coming to Jacksonville (while also leading the NFL in 2019 with 97.1% FG made).
P- Logan Cooke: Cooke is top 10 in yards/punt and has no need to worry about losing his job.
KR- Chris Claybrooks: The 7th rounder from Memphis was drafted specifically to return kicks, hopefully he brings the spark that the team desperately needs on ST.
PR- Dede Westbrook: Westbrook was 14th in the NFL in punt returns, he hasn’t been great in the field, but he also hasn’t been terrible.

Schedule Predictions

Week 1: IND (L) – Philip Rivers has had our number over the years (7-2, 24 touchdowns to 5 interceptions); and a team that’s a QB shy from competing now has the Jaguars literal kryptonite. I have my faith in the young defense, but Rivers will probably have a field day. 0-1
Week 2: @TEN (W) – Huh, no annual TNF Titans-Jaguars trash bowl? 2020 is really a weird year and I don’t like it. Here’s hoping that at least one trend sort of-continues: a split in games. The Jags revamped run defense slows down Derrick Henry for a game and CJ Henderson gets his first career pick off of Tannehill. Minshew is going to be the deciding factor in this game. 1-1
Week 3: MIA (W) – If it’s Fitzpatrick, it’s a loss. But I believe Tua takes the job early in the season(maybe?) and has his typical rookie growing pains. One of which is losing to a bad team that you shouldn’t lose to. 2-1
Week 4: @CIN (W) – Just like Tua, Burrow is set to have his growing pains. But this isn’t one of those games. The first overall pick goes into a shootout with The Man, The Myth, The Legend but comes up short due to a questionable play call in the final seconds. 3-1
Week 5: @HOU (L) – Even though Houston no longer has DeAndre Hopkins, Deshaun Watson is still able to work through the Jags D to come up with the win. 3-2
Week 6: DET (L) – Matthew Stafford has a really good week and Jeff Okudah outmatches his top 10 counterpart in another close game that comes down to game management experience. 3-3
Week 7: BYE
Week 8: @LAC (W) – Even though Jacksonville isn’t typically good on the west coast, they’re facing a team manned either by Tyrod Taylor or Justin Herbert. If they’re facing the latter (I’m sticking with a first round rookie start), then they’ll pull off a win they shouldn’t have. 4-3
Week 9: HOU (L) - Just like week 5, Watson goes off again while Brandon Cooks has 150+ yards receiving. Minshew attempts a 4th quarter comeback and brings it close, but ultimately falls short. 4-4
Week 10: @GB (L) - Aaron Rodgers is obviously unhappy with the drafting of Jordan Love and is on a mission to prove that he’s still got it in the league. Even though the rest of the roster is lacking pieces, you can never count out Rodgers. Especially when it’s against lower competition. 4-5
Week 11: PIT (L) – I feel like this could be the start (or continuation) of a decent non-divisional/former divisional rivalry. Big Ben is back and has a good back in James Conner. Besides JuJu Smith-Schuster and Eric Ebron, there isn’t anyone that inflicts fear in secondaries. This game could go either way, but I’m giving the nod to Pittsburgh in a close match. Their defense has enough to slow down our offense, but our defense lacks the “star-power” against their offense to really make up for it. 4-6
Week 12: @CLE (L) – Chubb is good, Beckham is good, Landry is good, Hooper is good. Unfortunately I don’t see us being close in this one. 4-7
Week 13: @MIN (L) – Minnesota, at this point, is looking towards the postseason and will not hold back. Thielen and Cook will carry their offense to 3 touchdowns while the Jags offense falls flat this week. 4-8
Week 14: TEN (L) – The split game. Again….WHY NO TNF?! The Jaguars come into the game tired and eliminated, while the Tacks come into the contest nearing a berth and are hungry for a win. Derrick Henry is Derrick Henry and just runs train. 4-9
Week 15: @BAL (L) - I may be biased but I’m not delusional. 4-10
Week 16: CHI (W) – I’m basing this off my prediction that Foles will outplay Trubisky and stays healthy. Foles plays better than Trubisky, but that’s not saying much. Henderson is able to keep Allen Robinson at bay; and while Khalil Mack will be effective, his impact will be kept to a best-case scenario. 5-10
Week 17: IND (W) – Indianapolis already clinched a playoff spot and is resting their starters for their inevitable 1st round elimination. So, the Jags will win in semi-convincing fashion against a team starting backups. 6-10
Final Record: 6-10. I genuinely believe this team has improved overall despite the major losses throughout the defense. There are going to be a lot of close games, especially if more players opt-out of the season. I feel like many of these games could steer in either direction. Besides Baltimore, Minnesota, Houston and Green Bay, of course. The ceiling of this team could push .500, but the floor could really bottom out at 1 or 2 wins. This team is extremely young and still needs to mesh. Depending on next years draft picks (looking at you, Rams. Please suck, thanks), this team is poised for a huge jump in the near future. This isn’t a full rebuild, it’s a partial one. I do not see this team making the postseason this year, but they could definitely play party-pooper to a couple of teams.

Schemes

Jay Gruden – Gruden utilizes a West Coast Offensive scheme. This scheme was created by Bill Walsh in the 60’s when he worked for the Cincinnati Bengals as the QB coach. This offense relies heavily on shorter throws spread out throughout the field, eventually opening the top up for the occasional long ball. The use of a mobile QB and a variety of receivers can really help spread out the defense as well and easier for him to make throws.
Todd Wash – Although there have been rumors of a scheme change, and the signing of certain players seem to suggest the same, Todd Wash is still sticking a base 4-3 defense. One of the more common schemes, it involves four down linemen consisting of a nose tackle, a defensive tackle and two ends. Behind the linemen are 3 linebackers: The Mike, Will and Sam linebackers. The Mike, or middle, will line up behind the nose tackle and covers the A gap. The Will, or weak, lines up on the side not containing the TE and covers the B gap on that side. The Sam, or strong, lines up on the side of the Tight End and will contain the C gap on that side. The secondary will always have two CB’s, a SS and FS; the CB’s will cover the receivers, the FS will line up deep on the side of the weakside linebacker and the SS will do the same on the opposite side.
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2020.07.27 18:11 Musely Destroy All Humans (Remake) - Review Thread

Game Information

Game Title: Destroy All Humans! (2020 Remake)
Platforms:
Trailers:
Developer: Black Forest Games
Publishers: Nordic Games Publishing, THQ Nordic
Review Aggregator:
OpenCritic - 71 average - 48% recommended - 66 reviews

Critic Reviews

Digitally Downloaded - Matt C. - 4 / 5 stars
In some ways, Destroy All Humans! shows its age, being a remake of a game that's now 15 years old, in a genre that's grown a lot in those years. But it's also got a sense of humour and parody of American life that feels more relevant today than when the original game first came out.
Explosion Network - Dylan Blight - 5 / 10
There’s no world in which I see this game attracting a new audience. The humour, references, load times and mission structure are evidence of an old game. Returning fans will enjoy their moment with Crypto-137 once again, but in time to see a fresh entry? I’m doubtful.
Player2.net.au - Matt Hewson - B+
Crypto’s return is a piece of pure B-grade Sci/Fi fun. Come for the one-liners, stay for the engaging combat and cheesy story. The perfect way to lighten your dark and depressing 2020 gaming library.
Stevivor - Steve Wright - 6.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans isn’t bad, per se, it’s just bland; a fresh coat of paint on a dated game, clunky in some areas and polished in others.
ACG - Jeremy Penter - Wait for Sale

Video Review - Quote not available

Black Red Gaming - Benjamin Guthrie - 4 / 5 stars
Destroy All Humans! is a fun power fantasy with gorgeous visuals and fun abilities. It's a bit on the easy side, but I think overall the game is worth its 30 USD price tag.
But Why Tho? - Eva Herinkova - 7 / 10
Overall, Destroy All Humans! is a fantastic remake that I’m sure will please returning fans of the series but might frustrate new audiences. Everything about the game looks great and runs well but since nothing about the core gameplay has changed, it feels stuck in the early 2000s.
COGconnected - Rhett Waselenchuk - 55 / 100
Was it always this bad? Or was the original merely a product of its time, having no business in the year 2020? Either way, this remaster has been the sort of letdown that’s made me reconsider if anything from my childhood was as good as I remember.
Cerealkillerz - Manuel Barthes - German - 7 / 10
Even 15 years after the original release Destroy All Humans! is a great example for satire done right. The gameplay and graphics are adjusted to modern standards but there isn't much more added to the original, which makes the Remake also an diverting adventure, missing its potential.
Cram-Gaming - Robert Cram - 8 / 10

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Critical Hit - Darryn Bonthuys - 8.5 / 10
It may be a bit of a stretch to see if any game holds up after 15 years, but Destroy All Humans! is still a mindless romp of manic mass destruction that excels in the replayability department. A brilliantly polished slice of nostalgia, Destroy All Humans! knows exactly where to focus its energies with its silly story, updated gameplay and a graphical overhaul that is light-years ahead of the original invasion.
Cultured Vultures - Ashley Bates - 8 / 10
The Destroy All Humans remake takes everything players loved about the original game and refines the formula, making it more enjoyable for fans and modern audiences alike.
Destructoid - Brett Makedonski - 7 / 10
Crypto-137 is hellbent on ensuring that humanity meets a terrible fate. By comparison, Destroy All Humans has met an enjoyable-enough-but-certainly-not-amazing fate. That's fine, but it's tough to not feel as though something truly great could've happened with some more creative license. If nothing else, this remake left me thinking that Destroy All Humans is still a viable property and that a brand new game might not be such a bad idea. But maybe that's because an extraterrestrial has control of my cortex.
DualShockers - Otto Kratky - 6.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans is an endlessly entertaining alien-superpower playground, but tends to crush under the weight of its own structure.
Entertainium - Eduardo Rebouças - Unscored
Destroy All Humans! is nowhere near a mind-blowing experience in any way nowadays, but it’s still a fun and silly game to blow through and have some laughs while at it.
FingerGuns - Sean Davies - 9 / 10
This remake of Destroy All Humans! is really quite incredible and the developers at Black Forest Games should be applauded for what they’ve achieved. The original has been torn apart and rebuilt with the benefit of modern day visuals and game play design while retaining the game’s original character.
GBAtemp - Ben Sellwood - 6 / 10
Scoring around the 7.5/10 mark in 2005, this "Remake" doesn't really improve anything over the original. Yes, the graphics are updated, and yes the HUD and interfaces are decluttered, but the core lacklustre quality of the "exploration" shines through worse than before.
Game Debate - Chad Norton - 7.5 / 10
Overall, the Destroy All Humans! Remake is a fun trip down memory lane, very fun in fact. And whilst the crude and immature humor appealed more to my younger self than now, it's still a ridiculously entertaining ride. The remake's biggest saving grace is nostalgia, and finally bringing this old classic to the PC system. Whilst fans of the original will be very pleased with the nostalgia trip and additional new content, even if it isn't quite substantial.
Game Informer - Joe Juba - 6 / 10
This remake successfully preserves the Destroy All Humans experience, regardless of whether it's fun or funny today
Game Revolution - Michael Leri - 3.5 / 5 stars
The dated DNA is still there in some respects, but the genetic engineers at Black Forest have done some intelligent gene editing to ensure that it is still a subject worth harvesting, which is what any true Furon would want anyway.
GameByte - Oliver Hope - 8 / 10
Destroy All Humans! is such a welcome break from the real world right now. The comedy still holds up all these years after the original release of the game and the storyline is still very solid.
GameGrin - Adam Kerr - 8.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans is a fantastic, faithful experience. Both older fans and new fans will find a lot of enjoyment here and hopefully we will see a lot more of Crypto's antics going into the new generation.
GameSpew - Richard Seagrave - 7 / 10
Overall, then, Destroy All Humans! isn’t going to wow you. It will make you chuckle, however, and frequently put a smile on your face. It’s not overly polished, nor is it complex, but it is fun.
GameSpot - James Carr - 6 / 10
Destroy All Humans is a fun sandbox to wreak havoc through, but it spends too much time on other things.
GameWatcher - Bogdan Robert Mateș - 6.5 / 10
As awesome as it is, the arcade action in Destroy All Humans! is only a part of the experience, struggling to carry its rudimentary stealth missions and hit-or-miss writing. It's definitely a blast to level entire neighborhoods and disintegrate humans; we just wish we had to spend less time impersonating them.
GameZone - Cade Onder - 8 / 10
While it won't be a game of the year contender, Destroy All Humans stands tall against other 2020 competitors by updating itself for the modern age. With smooth and efficient gameplay, across the board upgrades, and a timeless satire on the 1950s, Destroy All Humans almost effortlessly sets the stage to rebuild itself as a prominent franchise once again.
Gamers Heroes - Blaine Smith - 80 / 100
If you have not played the original Destroy All Humans, and the mindless destruction of the human race is appealing to you, the 2020 remaster is a must-play. While some of the gameplay fundamentals show their age, the fantastic dialogue and voice-over work, especially with Crypto and Orthopox, is entertaining, funny, and top-quality throughout.
Gaming on PC - David Dominguez - 8.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans! (2020) is a faithful remake that captures the joy of the 2005 original while at the same time looking and feeling like a modern game.
GamingBolt - Shubhankar Parijat - 7 / 10
Destroy All Humans! has no qualms with being a silly, dumb game that just wants its players to have a good time, and it's better for it.
GideonsGaming - Joseph Pugh - 6 / 10
I think if you had actually played the original, you may appreciate this upgrade on your walk down nostalgia lane. As a newcomer, it just has no proper place to sit beside the games that exist today and there is no room for it on the shelf. It can be an amusing romp, but you kick up the dust of this Dinosaur at every turn, and the new can of paint just can’t hide that fact.
God is a Geek - Chris White - 8 / 10
Destroy All Humans! definitely falls under the 'faithful remake' category, with great humour, short and sweet missions, and lots of stuff to blow up. Blowing things up does become repetitive, but it's still a lot of fun.
Handsome Phantom - Philip Neyman - 7 / 10
Destroy all Humans! Remake is going to be a pleasant time for fans of the series wanting to revisit one of their favorite games.
Hobby Consolas - Álvaro Alonso - Spanish - 70 / 100
Destroy All Humans! brings back all the mindless fun of this series of extraterrestrial action. It might not be the best designed game out there, or the most graphically advanced... But how many games let you throw explosive cows with the power of your mind? Yep, just this one.
IGN - Dan Stapleton - 7 / 10
The Destroy All Humans! remake recaptures the simple, campy joy of of rampaging through 1950s America as an angry gray alien.
IGN Italy - Italian - 7 / 10
Like the original title, this graphic remake of Destroy All Humans! presents itself as a fun title for some gameplay ideas and for its style, without however being able to leave a mark. Unlike 2005, however, the renewed graphic version is not enough to balance a well aged, but still aged, gameplay. Who has never had the opportunity to help the Furon to conquer the earth, could find in Destroy all humans! a pleasant interlude from other more demanding or massive productions. Those who have already taken part in the invasion in 2005, this time may not find a satisfying stimulus to help the imperial cause.
IGN Middle East - Zaher Albalbisi - Arabic - 8 / 10
A carefully crafted remake that brings back the fun of the original title and respects it’s art, with an updated design alongside new futures.
Inverse - Tomas Franzese - 4 / 10
Sometimes games are forgotten for a reason. Destroy All Humans had ambitious ideas, but retreading old ground isn't the best way to showcase them.
MMoinGame - Daniel Garcia Ballesteros - Spanish - 9.3 / 10
We have in front of us the remake of a classic, we recommend this title not only for the nostalgic ones, but also for the players who want to let off steam for a while on foot or in a ship destroying everything that we find and enjoying the foul-mouthed Crypto and its cracks.
Niche Gamer - Fingal Belmont - 8.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans! is as short as the bitter Furon protagonist, but the little package is packed with personality. You are getting quality over quantity.
NookGaming - Thomas Knight - 8 / 10
I really enjoyed Destroy All Humans. In many ways, this feels like what a remake should be – it’s modernized and improved to the level of many current games, but very much kept the original spirit.
While there is some further room for improvement that prevents it from getting a higher score, I’m certainly happy that I had the chance to play this. It’s left me hoping that the other games get a remake or a new sequel is announced.
PC Invasion - Andrew Farrell - 5.5 / 10
Destroy All Humans! has excellent visuals and is fun for a couple of hours. But it's so redundant, uninspired, and devoid of any real energy that I can't recommend it to anyone that doesn't already love the original.
PlayStation Universe - Eric Hauter - 8.5 / 10
With a strict adherence to the style and performance of the original game, Destroy All Humans! brings all the fun of 2005 (and the frustrations) of the original. This is a game that was fun 15 years ago, and that fun still holds up, only now it has a shiny new coat of paint. Though some cultural references are a bit wince-worthy and there are some ridiculous difficulty spikes, in general Destroy All Humans! is a rollicking good time.
Press Start - James Berich - 7 / 10
Destroy All Humans! makes an earnest effort to improve on every aspect of the original, but it’s hard to avoid the issues stemming from the era in which it came from. Despite it’s numerous improvements, Destroy All Humans is still plagued with banal repetition and tedium especially as the adventure draws to an end.
Push Square - 6 / 10
Destroy All Humans is a good attempt to bring back the cult classic in 2020, but it misses the mark in a few key areas. While there are some nice improvements to the core gameplay, they don't do enough to rescue the old fashioned mission design and difficulty spikes. It's a shame, because there's some fun to be found here -- you just have to put up with quite a lot of PS2 era baggage. Fans will be delighted, but this remake is hardly out of this world.
RedTieGuy - Basil Frank - 8 / 10
Destroy All Humans Remake is a blast to play, not only fun and entertaining but reminds about the older days when a game set out to be fun and entertaining instead of trying to be this realistic cinematic story.
SECTOR.sk - DeCain - Slovak - 8 / 10
The Furon invasion begins. Arm yourself with a variety of strange weapons and abilities along the way to enslave the human race.
Saving Content - Scott Ellison II - 4 / 5 stars
This is the 15th anniversary of the original Destroy All Humans! release, and the remake is wonderfully timed and priced for a comeback. Black Forest Games remained faithful to that release, and modernized it in all the right ways to make it even more enjoyable. It’s a much better and richer game experience because of it, and I really hope this paves the way for a Destroy All Humans! 2 remake. Crypto-137 and Destroy All Humans! is the perfect way to beat the heat this summer.
Shacknews - Josh Hawkins - 7 / 10
Overall, Destroy All Humans! does a really great job of recapturing the spirit of the original. But, in a time where we’ve seen some developers take the originals and expand on them greatly, often adding new features altogether, the remake for Destroy All Humans! feels like it missed the boat.
Skewed & Reviewed - Gareth von Kallenbach - 4 / 5 stars
I really enjoyed the upgraded version of the game and hope this leads to either a new game in the series or remasters of the prior games as it would be fantastic to see this series continue.
Spaziogames - Gianluca Arena - Italian - 7.7 / 10
The remake of Destroy All Humans! brings back a little cult classic from the early thousands, with great respect for the original material, a shiny new engine and a couple of QOL improvements.
TechRaptor - Austin Suther - 6.5 / 10
If you thought the original was good, Destroy All Humans! looks and plays even better. Crypto-137 controls incredibly smooth and looks awesome in action. However, an unfixable, corrupted save file, short length and untouched voice acting are quite disappointing.
The Games Machine - Claudio Magistrelli - Italian - 7.8 / 10
Playing Destroy All Humans! is like watching an old alien movie in a summer drive-in. The movie may not be a masterpiece, but atmosphere and context play a fundamental role in enjoying the experience. So the not particularly clever mission design and the not-so-inspired mechanics feel a little less annoying when you are playing a game that makes you laugh, does not take itself seriously and does not require a month of vacation to be finished.
TheSixthAxis - Aran Suddi - 6 / 10
Destroy All Humans is a faithful remake that retains the charm of the 2005 original, while dramatically overhauling the visuals and making some improvements to the gameplay. Perhaps a bit too faithful, with missions that now feel too simple and limited to the point of just being a bit boring.
TrustedReviews - Jade King - 2.5 / 5 stars
Black Forest Games' remake of Destroy All Humans is a worthwhile adventure for fans of the series and those who grew up with Crypto's antics on the PS2 and Xbox. However, you'll need to make peace with its outdated gameplay mechanics alongside tired dialogue and story beats, many of which feature a number of offensive stereotypes.
VDZE Media - Martyn - 6 / 10
Destroy All Humans is by no means a classic, then. It’s showing its age in more than a few ways in 2020, however it’s unique “charm” (read: crude humour) holds up in 2020 and will serve to provide a solid nostalgia trip for fans of the original release. For this reason, it’d be hard to recommend at full price, but if it paves the way for a true, modern sequel with a proper open world, then all aboard the flying saucer!
Vamers - 75 / 100
Given the original title is over 15 years old, the remaster may be forgiven for some of its strange quirks. Although a much longer and deeper narrative or a more streamlined and involved gameplay loop would be preferred, it is a product of its time. This knowledge helps to ease any discontent the title may exude from dated gameplay and narrative elements. In addition, developers Black Forest Games have made some wonderful improvements to the older title, including the addition of the long lost Area 42 Mission - originally cut from the game due to time constraints. Overall, the enhanced visuals, slightly updated gameplay, and old fashioned call-it-as-it-is humour; helps to elevate Destroy All Humans! as one of the better action games of 2020. Granted, it may not be a grade-A contender by modern standards, but it is a faithful and wonderful remake of a classic, and is far better than anyone could have hoped for.
VideoGamer - Joshua Wise - 7 / 10
I would recommend the remake to anyone with a nostalgic thirst for the original, but so, too, to those that like their laughs with a dark bite.
WayTooManyGames - Leonardo Faria - 7 / 10
It’s a relic of its time with a brand new coat of paint and an unapologetically dumb parody of B-movies and Cold War hysteria. Even though it’s riddled with issues that are mostly likely caused by its low budget, I think that THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games’ decision to remake the game as a simpler AA title was a smart move.
Wccftech - Nathan Birch - 6 / 10
Destroy All Humans! is a respectable clone of the 2005 original, featuring impressive visuals and moments of explosive fun, but painfully-dated writing and some frustrating missions bring the game back down to earth. Destroy All Humans! is like a pristine 4K Blu-ray re-release of a campy cult movie – a certain niche audience will appreciate the effort, but many may question the point.
We Got This Covered - Eric Hall - 4 / 5 stars
Rather than completely re-imagining its core aspects, Black Forest Games has recreated the best portions of Destroy All Humans! for a modern audience. Aspects from the 2005 original that have been brought over hold up well, and the studio has introduced a handful of smart, but important, improvements.
Windows Central - Jennifer Locke - 3 / 5 stars
Black Forest Games did a fantastic job recreating the original Destroy All Humans, but its problems run deeper than superficial graphics. Its nostalgia and a few gameplay enhancements, while welcome, won't make this an adventure worth revisiting for most.
Wolf's Gaming Blog - Baden Ronie - 3.5 / 5 stars
All in all, Destroy All Humans is a solid remake of a great little game. Naturally the mission designs and some of the other gameplay elements are a little creaky in 2020, but the developers have done a good job of modifying the core gameplay so that it holds up quite well while still retaining the feel of the original game. Hopefully those who played Destroy All Humans back in 2005 can relive their memories along with a brand new audience who can discover the joys of anal probing.
Worth Playing - Andreas Salmen - 6.5 / 10
If you can put all of that aside or appreciate Destroy All Humans! in a state that is undoubtedly close to how it played back in the day, there is a lot of fun to be in the PS4 remake.
Zoomg - Mohammad Hossein Jafari - Persian - 7 / 10
Destroy All Humans! (2020) is a good remake; Not a perfect one, But absolutely a good. It can't change the fundamental things about the gameplay and let's be honest, that 2005's Game gameplay can't make an excellent impression on the new players. But If you are someone who has memories of that old cult game and wants to recall the memoires, This Remake is worth your time and money. At the same time, if Aline Invasions, Dark sense of humor, repetitive but fun gameplay, and fair games with some problems are your thing, Destroy All Humans! (2020) will get $40 and will give something like 9 hours of forgettable but totally OK entertainment.
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2020.07.27 11:53 CamperorLOL Is Ace Attorney's Law and Legal System Amoral? *Series Spoilers*

Going back to the DL-6 Incident of the first game, but also the much equal infamous cases such as the fire that took place in Amara's residence in Khura'in 23 years ago and also the UR-1 Incident that affected Athena, but also going forward to the present with the murder of Clay Terran in Dual Destinies. With all the wrongs being done and the police arresting the wrongful party to the crime with the defense being their last resort to saving him or her from a miscarriage of justice... Does anyone feel that Ace Attorney's legal system is borderline amoral?
For example, person A decides to premeditate date a first-degree murder plot to person B. So being the rational agent he is, he picks up a nearby rock to be used as the murder weapon. He does so, and Person B dies who is John Doe dies as a result of Person A, who was Jane Doe. Eventually, Person C who is Richard Joe was framed by Person B. And as a result, Person C is arrested when the WAA was nowhere to be available to help in this case. Person C either escapes is obviously found guilty for the most tragic of reasons, or simply escapes on the run as a fugitive even though he did not commit the crime.
This, in turn, results in Person B continuing his criminal acts in the Ace Attorney world and abuses them as a result. Characters like Blaise Debeste, Quercus Alba, and Ga'ran Sigatar Khura'in use this to their advantage until a very experienced attorney can be enough to bring them down. Because the attorney, whether Defense or Prosecutor, is the warrior in this situation due to him digging deeper into the case, evidence, witness, rhetoric, wits, and facts.
But when I say, "Amoral". I don't mean that Ace Attorney's law often the subject of society putting laws down the control of the cruel nature of human beings because of morality. I'm just saying why the law and the legal system is cruelly abused by Spies, Dictators, or even anyone in a position of power to be themselves above the law. When one fatal flaw as their weaknesses exposes them and getting arrested for their crimes because of arrogance.
I know this sounding kind of off-topic, but let me explain.
The Ace Attorney world is amoral. The legal system just doesn't make sense in the case of the main series and Investigations. What's even worse is that any object a criminal uses can carry a good chance to take a person's life and reveal the truth once and for all. An example would be the Boy Double's murder after Simon Keyes used the circus balloon to crush him brutally. In this case, the balloon was used by a rational agent that didn't have any right or wrong in its morality. The body double died, but Edgeworth took his murder to find out who he is and find out the mastermind after all this time. And finishing off the IS-7 and SS-5 Incident's of those cases to complete.
Dual Destinies and Spirit of Justice, on the other hand, were extremely cruel and despicable in terms of morality, but also amorality. Just go to the final cases. The Cosmic Turnabout began with Clay's murder, but we reveal that a utility knife took the young man away and placed Apollo in rage. It also revealed the UR-1 Incident and exposed the international spy that Blackquill was capturing at the hands of his so-called "rival" Phoenix Wright.
Spirit of Justice was unspeakable in terms of suffering, but let me explain because the story was really touching. The fire and the coup of Amara happened inside of the residence because the lighter was used by Ga'ran, a rational agent. In return, Dhurke was framed but failed to bring Ga'ran to justice. She enacted a terrible law abused in the Kingdom as an usurper, known as the DC Act. After this, both Dhurke and Ga'ran were two powerful people in the same coin in their stalemate for over twenty-three years. He had to raise Apollo and Nahyuta in very different ways, with both people carrying on the legacy of the dead. But Apollo also realized that Ga'ran played a critical role in how he got here and why he is an attorney. Which fits similar in Phoneix Wright after he once defeated Manfred by exposing him as the culprit of DL-6.
(Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorality)
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2020.07.19 17:55 olund94 A comprehensive analysis on why Tom Delonge is right.

Good day to you all and how do you do?
YEAH TL;DR I GET IT.
Just read it, trust me.
Save it and take breaks but dammit just read it.
Right, today we're going to talk about Tom Delonge from the band Blink-182 and by the end of this post you will understand what the man is trying to achieve.
First of all a few precursory videos I recommend you watch to set the scene if you’re not familiar with who Tom Delonge is and what he is know for.
TD in 1999 talking about his obsession
Tom talking about UFO’s in 2001 and his connection to Steven Greer
Travis Barker, drummer of Blink 182, talking to Joe Rogan about touring with Tom Delonge in Blink 182 in the early naughties, getting high with him and listening to him talk about his UFO Obsession.
Tom talking about his company, To The Stars and it’s ethos and why he is doing what he is doing.
And without further ado....
————————————————————————— POP PUNK: THE RISE OF A COUNTERINTUITIVE CULT —————————————————————————
It is in sunny California we begin our tale.
Blink 182 came out of the Southern California Punk scene of the late 80’s and early 90’s. Inspired by bands like NOFX, The Descendants and Bad Religion ect they took liberally from these influences and created a more consumable version of this sound which came to be known as Pop-Punk. The scene or culture that developed around this genre of music is known for its themes of anti-establishment, goofy humour and a love for life on the edge.
Extreme sports, mass consumption of narcotics and lots of baggy trousers with chains hanging off them all came hand in hand with this new phenomena that was the Pop-Punk explosion of the late 90’s. Although I’ll note there was a strain of defiantly straight edge punk bands that abstained from the chaos the scene had cultivated but they were a minority, at least in how the genre was represented.
Blink were at the fore front of this craze and therefore are probably quite a good authority on the state of the scene today. They were one of the first bands to have a sponsorship from a clothing company, Billabong and subsequently Hurley. Any pictures of any members of Blink from 1998-2002 will attest to this.
Their self titled 2003 album pushed what Pop-Punk meant to people and pretty much started the mass awareness of “Emo” and by extension went on to inspire many genres of music that still flourish today.
Tom’s fringe caused waves back in the day.
I Miss You is a watershed moment for the genre.
This is the band trying to push what it means to be Pop-Punk and take it to a new place.
Simply said, after their initial success they were labelled with the genre of Pop-Punk and showed an obvious desire to move away from said label and it is this attitude that at least one of the members has cultivated ever since.
It is at this juncture that it seems relevant to talk about a band called Box Car Racer. Formed in 2002, the band featured Tom Delonge, David Kennedy and Travis Barker.
Tom we know.
David Kennedy was a friend of Tom’s from high school and knew both Tom and Mark growing up. The three of them were all part of the same group of friends.
Travis Barker we also know.
But hang on a second.
Why are two members of Blink in this band and not the third member?
Namely why was this project labelled with a new name and not Blink 182?
I mean, Mark Hoppus is even featured on one of the songs, doesn’t that constitute it being credited as a Blink 182 song?
The answer to these questions is simple.
Tom, the songwriter of Box Car Racer, obviously thought these songs did not fit what Blink 182 was at the time of writing and obviously after years of writing with Mark Hoppus felt his contributions would be wrong for the project.
Thematically the Box Car Racer album is a lot darker than Blink’s previous effort “Take Off Your Pants and Jacket” and showcases many of Delonge’s concerns about the world we live in. Song topics include War, 9/11,Drug Addiction and The Apocalypse.
So it’s fair to say by 2003 Delonge was having a bit of a crisis regarding his platform and how it was being perceived. It was also during this period of time he visited the Middle East with the rest of Blink, went on a campaign trail with John Kerry and had his two children.
A lot was happening.
Now none of this would be relevant if BCR was just a standalone project and Blink went back to business as normal after the BCR project was over. But this is not the case as I stated above.
They made their most diverse album ever and push forward what it meant to be Pop-Punk paving the way for Emo in the coming years.
So what this allows us to say, is that Tom Delonge and Mark Hoppus had/have directly opposing ideas of what Blink 182 should be and mean to people.
What’s that I hear you say?
What about Travis Barker?
He was in Box Car Racer too.
Indeed he was but if you watch interviews where Tom talks about BCR he explicitly states that he wrote the songs on his own then decided to record them and simply for ease of use asked Travis to do it. There was no songwriting input from Travis from a thematic point of view, obviously Travis kills it musically but does not write songs.
So we can confidently say that the beef is between Mark and Tom. This is confirmed upon glancing at David Kennedy’s resume post Box Car Racer. He has pretty much exclusively been a part of Tom’s post Blink band Angels and Airwaves which still continues today as an arm of Really Likeable People and To The Stars. (He also runs a cool coffee company)
David and Tom don’t seem to butt heads in the manner that Mark and Tom do so what is different?
This clip might be poignant here.
Obviously there is more to it, but we know that Tom is inspired by the long term implications of the UFO phenomena.
In 2002 Tom sets up Really Likeable People, a company he will use as a starting point for all his future companies all the way up to TTSA.
Tom in 2005 talking about Really Likeable People, his first conglomerate company, which eventually will become TTSA. He also talks about his dissatisfaction with the conceptual basis on Blink 182 and how it restricted him to only talk about certain topics.
Tom Talking about the “scene” problem within the music industry and how artists get pigeonholed into their own little niche.
In 2011 Tom went on Coast 2 Coast AM for the first time. For those not in the know, Coast 2 Coast AM is “the” paranormal radio station. Famously hosted by former host Art Bell, C2C since its inception in the 1970’s has been an invaluable rabbit hole of fringe information. Tom outlines the entire history of his relationship with Ufology. An essential listen that consistently gets removed from the Internet now available at the MIPLTD YouTube Channel. Catch it whilst you can.
All the people Tom Delonge has ever been in a band with talking about his obsession with Conspiracy Theories in 2011.
In 2012 Tom starts StrangeTimes.com, a news website to keep you informed on paranormal topics.
When it launched it was a basic news site for anything paranormal not dissimilar to this very sub.
The website is only lived in this state for about a year until 2019 and we see it as it currently stands here when Delonge announced the revamp of the Strange Time brand complete with a TBS funded TV Show.
The original site is lost unfortunately.
During the next 3-4 years Tom is reunited with Blink 182 and they tour the world and reach similar success to what they saw a decade earlier. Trying to avoid frustrations of the past Tom is trying to steer Blink away from major record labels and affiliate them with his extra-curricular activities (Modlife, Strange Times etc) he’s set up in Blink’s absence. The other band members, Mark and Travis, are skeptical of Tom’s intentions and after a botched EP release that was initially meant to be handled through Modlife that ended up being released through traditional streaming services, they part ways with Tom for a second time citing him as “Ungrateful and Disingenuous”.
At this point it makes sense to talk about Tom and Mark and what they bring to the table in terms of ideology.
From the Angels and Airwaves song “Everything’s Magic” to his work at Strange Times to To The Stars Academy a common theme emerges.
Tom is interested in the innovation and progression of the human race.
Mark Hoppus is basically the Dad of the Pop Punk realm and he knows it.
He is the gatekeeper that all other Pop Punks look up to.
He was part of the rise of many of the scenes biggest bands like New Found Glory, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy, Tonight Alive and Neck Deep. He wears this badge of honour proudly and is seemingly comfortable where he is at artistically.
Since Tom left Blink they have been working with a producer called John Feldman.
Tom has openly condemned this decision.
Most of you will know Feldmann as the singer of a band called Goldfinger that had a couple of famous songs on the Tony Hawk Pro Skater series of games and a pretty successful cover of “99 Red Balloons”. Feldmann is also responsible for the past 5 years resurgence of the Pop-Punk genre with bands like 5 Seconds of Summer and The Fever 333 being produced by Feldmann.
With Tom gone, Mark’s position in the Pop Punk sphere, Travis’s life long love of Hip-Hop and John’s production capabilities Blink 182 have managed to become of the biggest selling bands of the past few years and their two albums post Delonge California and NINE both saw much greater success than their Delonge-Reunion 2011 album Neighbourhoods.
————————————————————————— TOM AND MARK: THE MISINTERPRETATION OF A PURE INTENSION AND A FEAR TO INNOVATE —————————————————————————
So to re-cap, this is the situation.
Tom sees the potential of an entity as large as Blink 182 and wishes to use it for good rather than harping on about The Warped Tour and drinking beers behind the mall with the skate rats.
Mark is happy where he is, conscious of the Blink 182 brand and thinks Tom is disingenuous in his want to change what Blink 182 is. He doesn’t see a place for Ufology or Conspiracy talk within Blink and tries to keep the band relatable to what everybody know it for.
So who is in the wrong, if anyone, and is anybody right?
Well here is the issue.
Tom spent his time reunited in Blink from 2009-2015 trying to convince Mark and Travis of his overall vision. This can be substantiated from social media posts made about a year before the split, the Dogs Eating Dogs EP launch fiasco and statements made by all three members of Blink post 2015 break up.
It can be assumed that he was pitching to Mark and Travis that;
Speaking of which, I’ve wrote all that and I’ve not even got to the part you’re here for.
The nature and authenticity of Tom Delonge’s connections to the Military Industrial Complex and his claims regarding life within our universe.
But to understand what Tom is saying in 2020 you need to have understood the above.
————————————————————————— DOWN TIME: DECIPHERING DELONGES DELUSIONS? —————————————————————————
Here we go.
The scene is set.
Tom has been long known to have an obsession with UFO’s, he has consistently shown problems sticking to release dates he has given fro projects and has been labelled “Disingenuous” by his former bandmates.
He must be the dick, right?
It was at this point that after years of following Delonge fairly religiously I stepped off the train.
I had seen this happen 10 years ago with the first break up and it seemed obvious Tom was the issue. Hard to work with, had previous drug problems and he was always making outlandish statements.
It was becoming tiring, his performances across the 2009-2015 reunion were incredibly sporadic and at times seemed forced.
I awaited what Mark and Travis were going to do with Blink with bated breath and turned a blind eye to whatever Tom was doing. California came and went and I felt slightly bemused by the direction they had taken. Oh well, there’s still the old records and besides I myself was moving away from Pop-Punk as a genre anyway.
Then I see, quite to my amusement to be honest, that Tom Delonge has released a book.
It makes me laugh just typing it only because I remember how I used to view Tom and Blink.
Definitely not authors upon first inspection.
The book is called “Chasing Shadows” and I choose to ignore it for the first few months after it came out.
I like reading but I mean, come on.
I just couldn’t imagine what I’d gain from the experience.
Surely it's just a fictional story that Tom has put together in his head for entertainment/financial purposes?
Nethertheless I ended up hesitantly picking up a copy quiet late into its promotion cycle.
I only did so after hearing the new Angels and Airwaves song that came out in conjunction with the book called;
Overload
which I enjoyed a lot more than what Blink had been doing with Feldmann so I thought:
“Well if the music is good maybe I should give the book a go.”
And by Jove am I glad I did and I’ll tell you why.
————————————————————————— THE CASE FOR THE LEGITIMACY OF THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN SEKRET MACHINES BOOK 1: CHASING SHADOWS —————————————————————————
At this point Tom had been on Coast 2 Coast a couple of times but it is his third appearance that piques particular interest.
He states in this appearance that he has gained the confidence of serval members of the intelligence community, the military and the government and that they were trying to build a mechanism for the Government to talk to the vernal public about UFO’s. Typically, he says he cannot say much about it but it is in this interview that the well known Delonge line “There’s big things coming soon” begins. Well I remember hearing this about the first Angels and Airwaves album and just as I’m about to write this off as Delonge’s normal nonsense…
the Wikileaks thing happens.
On October 7th 2016 emails from Tom Delonge to Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta were leaked on the Wikileaks website. In these emails servile things can be garnered.
  1. Tom was working with Vice on a documentary style show basically explaining what I have written above.
  2. Tom was working with Dreamworks on movie projects.
  3. Tom DID have contacts in the intelligence community namely General William Mcasland.
These three points add large amounts of credibility to what Tom has claimed. It is also telling that not one of these project has made it to fruition as of July 2020.
Assumingly the History channels “Unidentified” would be the contender for the Vice series. But the thing is is that Vice as an institution has far more credibility than the History channel especially with young people. A Vice doc would have gone a long way in convincing people that what Tom had to offer was important and legitimate but alas here we are in 2020 with the second series of "Unidentified" premiering on the History channel.
Steven Spielberg has had a life long obsession with UFOs. There is no debating that so to hear that Delonge was in talks with people at Dreamworks about a script is of little surprise. One can assume this project will be the Sekret Machines film that is projected before 2025. Who is currently handling production and funding is not currently known.
The final point is the most important.
MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM N. MCCASLAND was legitimate military brass.
The real deal.
He was the commander at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. If there is somebody to be read into the UFO secret MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM N. MCCASLAND is certainly a contender and he was certainly talking to Tom Delonge and certainly pulled away instantly the minute the Wikileaks emails went live.
This is as close as you are going to get to a smoking gun on Delonge having legitimate contacts.
These leaks are a window into how this kind of business gets conducted.
Everything can change overnight and until something is released it is up in the air.
Chasing Shadows was born out of the above details and if the above is to be understood the narrative is informed by legitimate military and government sources.
Now if you actually read Chasing Shadows with an open mind and take into consideration what has been stated above you will start to see the big picture.
In fact here’s a free pdf copy to get you going courtesy of Mr Delonge himself.
(Albeit it originally being intended for John Podesta.)
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From here on out the narrative is fairly well documented but without the above information it is very difficult to understand and empathise with Delonge’s position but it is with this information that I believe as a community we can support Tom Delonge on his endeavours as they seem to of pure intention and of great benefit to humanity as a whole.
As stated above together with an author called A.J Hartley, Delonge puts together the Sekret Machines Series.
The series comprises of two different types of book releases.
One fictional. One non-fictional.
The fictional series I mentioned above and is handled by A.J and reads like a Sci-Fi Pulp Fiction. Tom takes information given to him by his Intelligences contacts and works them into the narrative of these books. It is this narrative that the subsequent, once Dreamworks handled motion picture will be based upon.
The non-fictional is handled by Peter Levenda and acts as a sort of run through the Human history of religions and tying them all together to show that the people that wrote the ancient and religious texts were all talking about the same phenomena from different angels. The second book MAN handles DNA and consciousness and how these two concepts came to be and speculates on the origins of both.
His book Unholy Alliance is the leading book on Occultism with the Nazi part and his Sinister Forces Series is yet to be beaten when it comes to compiling our races encounters with malevolent forces.
Post Wikileaks Delonge goes on Coast 2 Coast AM one final time this time with the author Peter Levenda.
It is this Coast 2 Coast AM episode that I find to be most telling. Tom says a lot in this interview that he doesn’t not repeat again so I consider it to be ESSENTIAL listening. He also did an interview with Jimmy Church around this same time period where he touches on similar topics. The Church interview has been readily available since broadcast but the C2C one again is in scarce availability so listen whilst you can.
Jimmy Church Interview
This leads us to the announcement of To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science and the infamous Joe Rogan appearance.
Two events that hurt TD’s credibility in a major way. The announcement conference for TTSA was a shambles and ladened with mistakes. His JRE was on the other side of his C2C appearances and once you know this it makes perfect sense why he acts in the manner he does.
Side note
In last years JRE with Travis Barker, Joe poked fun at a video Tom showed him when he was on the show. It is a fairly well known video of what is known to be called the TR-3B craft hovering over Paris.
Craft of that shape and description 100% have been seen and reported. Numerous times in numerous countries. Wether or not that specific video showed a physical craft is neither here nor there. It acted in a manner that was consistent with the many reports, that was Tom’s reasoning for showing it. Joe is smart and I know he’s pushing for that smoking gun, which we all are, but I hate to see an admirable man’s reputation being slandered because of a misunderstanding.
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So to wrap this up as ones wrists begin to strain:
  1. Tom Delonge has verifiable connections to high ranking members of the military industrial complex. CONFIRMED.
  2. Tom Delonge has spent the best part of 25 years trying to change the world for the better. He has put his band, his marriage and his name at risk for this cause. CONFIRMED
  3. To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science is a well intentioned compendium of great minds from many different sectors of the intelligence community. CONFIRMED
  4. THE US GOVERNMENT OFFICIALLY DECLASSIFIED THE VIDEOS TTSA RELEASED AFTER MONTHS OF DENYING THEIR AUTHENTICITY.
This surely gives us just cause to at least entertain the rest of the crazy things Tom has said no?
And if they are true, I think the Tom might die of old age if each claim he has made takes as long these 3 videos took to be authenticated.
————————————————————————— LAST THOUGHT; RATIONAL SKEPTICISM, LEVEL HEADEDNESS AND THE NORMIES —————————————————————————
People like Mick West, Neil DeGrass Tyson ect have not made this process easy and have helped cultivate a stubborn skeptical attitude.
Now I am not saying all scepticism is bad, obviously skepticism is essential to any balanced worldview.
It just seems like a large part of the reason that this UFO stuff doesn’t reach our television screens is actually because of us.
I am under the impression that there are people out there that know what is going on in this universe and I actually think the number is growing.
I think since World War 2 we as a race has known the answers to some of the big questions but the answer may not have been what we wanted or expected and therefore have been on a need to know basis for a verity of reasons since then.
It seems over the past 40 years or so we are now nearly ready to deal with the reality of this situation as a race and not just a room of politicians and scientists.
SO with all that In mind, I propose we take some of the more outlandish things Tom Delonge has said with a more inquisitive eye.
Namely,
  1. That the Universe is TEAMING with Life.
  2. That the occupants of the Tic-Tac UFO’s have a connection to Atlantis.
  3. Consciousness is the key to understanding this Phenomenon.
I believe if we started to attempt to answer these questions with an open mind, great leaps may be made by us as a race.
I will leave you with the names of the TTSA staff and individuals that have been affiliated with TTSA. If you really think that every person on this list is mentally unstable then I really think we need to start questioning ourselves as rational level headed individuals.
Go look into who they are, what they have accomplished across their respective careers, what they believe in and then realise it is us, the common man, who is the odd one out.
DR. HAL PUTHOFF, PhD
JIM SEMIVAN
MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM N. MCCASLAND
STEVE JUSTICE
RON PANDOLFI
LUIS ELIZONDO
VALDAMAR VALERIAN
CHRIS MELLON
PETER LEVENDA
JACQUES VALLEE
DR JACK SARFATTI
BOB LAZAR
GEORGE KNAPP
DR KIT GREEN
JEREMY CORBELL
WHITLEY STREIBER
IF YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT UFOLOGY THEN YOU KNOW THAT THESE INDIVIDUALS ARE CREDIBLE BEACONS IN A SEA OF NONSENSE.
THIS ISN’T WILCOCK OR GOODE.
I WILL TOLERATE ANY QUESTIONS ONE MAY HAVE BUT ONLY IF THEY COME FROM A PLACE OF INQUISITION RATHER THAN SKEPTICISM.
JACQUE VALLEE DECLINED TO BE PART OF THE SEKRET MACHINES PROJECT BASED UPON TOM’S SUPPORT OF BOB LAZAR.
THEN THEY HAD A CONVERSATION.
THEN VALLEE WROTE THE FOREWORD TO SEKRET MACHINES:GODS.
IF YOU UNDERSTAND WHO VALLE IS YOU WILL SEE THE SIGNIFICANCE IN THIS.
WE ARE ALL HAVING TO ACCEPT CONCEPTS WE MIGHT NOT BE 100% COMFORTABLE WITH.
HOW OFTEN DO YOU DO THIS?
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America lost during the "reign" of President Barack Obama In 2008, a young senator from Illinois (USA) attracted the most diverse constituency in American history. With great speech skills, Barack Obama persuaded American voters who were tired after nearly a decade of war adventure, now excited with such words as "recovery, unity and change". In 2016, ending the eight-year term, Barack Obama became the most polarized president in American history. Obama's legacy reflects his vision and actions as well as that of the Democratic Party. In 2008, his campaign slogan was "Change - We can believe in" (Change - We believe in that). Indeed, Barack Obama has changed America and in many ways, he succeeded ... If a person is a traditionalist and has faith, he will not be pleased with the decisions that President Barack Obama has made, for example, he supports abortion and homosexuality, and vice versa. . But regardless of the school, all must admit that Barack Obama has turned the great United States into divided, debilitated and old. So what happened during the two terms of President Barack Obama? Road to the top of power Journeying from Columbia University to the position of Editor of Harvard Law Magazine and temporarily content as a lecturer at the University of Chicago, Obama only wanders with academic publications and theoretical papers. In his political records, the most outstanding thing besides his racial identity is just two autobiographies, the same position of the young Senator in Illinois. Journeying from Columbia University to the position of Editor of Harvard Law Magazine and temporarily content as a lecturer at the University of Chicago, Obama only wanders with academic publications and theoretical papers. (Video snapshot) Click image for larger version Name: Snap28.jpg Views: 0 Size: 58.5 KB ID: 1615676
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However, on this "novelty" basis, the United States did a "gamble" with Barack Obama instead of choosing experienced Senator John McCain, and US voters were yearning for a "change." After getting tired of the Republican president who led the United States into the war on terror. Barack Obama is the ideal model for that change: Young, Colored and partisan with predecessor George W. Bush. An America that yearns for innovation and the election of the young black senator may have partly reflected the "opinion" of the United States at the time, that putting a minority in a position of power The highest will create racial progress and social equality. In addition to the dynamic youth, Barack Obama also shows many qualities of a talented, persuasive speaker that moves people. Outstanding rhetoric, great punctuation, powerful voice full of emotion and perfect body language make anyone who likes or dislike Obama to remember him as one of the speakers the best. In addition, the United States has seen the failure of African American presidential candidates. And Barack Obama is the first person who seems to have the temperament and sharp intuition to inspire the public naturally smoothly, without resorting to ethnic "political" tricks like Jesse Jackson, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton have worked in the past.
Click image for larger version Name: Snap29.jpg Views: 0 Size: 66.9 KB ID: 1615677 Barack Obama is the person who seems to have the temperament and intuition intuitively, to inspire the public naturally, without resorting to ethnic "political" tricks. (Photo: Getty) The United States has finally found an African leader committed to a "progressive" vision of post-racialism. The American people were so fascinated with Obama that they even overlooked a character who once influenced the "inspiration" of Barack Obama. It was Jeremiah Wright - both a pastor and a longtime friend of Obama, but a character with a deep hatred of America. Jeremiah Wright - both a pastor and a longtime friend of Obama, but a character with a deep hatred of America. (Image: Getty)
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In the 2008 presidential election, Barack Obama once said: "It is time to turn to a new page, leaving behind the arrogance of Washington and anti-Americanism in the region that has hindered progress." After 8 years in power, President Barack Obama's legacy has become an unforgettable "highlight" of the United States. The deepest racial split In 2008, Barack Obama won a landslide victory with overwhelming African-American voting rates and became the first black president in American history as a sign for see this country overcoming race issues. 8 years later, the opposite happened. In 2016, when Obama left the White House, the United States was unbelievably racially divided. In a July 2016 poll, nearly 70% of Americans agreed that racial relations had worsened - an unprecedentedly high rate since the Rodney King riots in 1992. In the years at his post, the Obama administration has done nothing to improve the lives of African-Americans, other than appointing a few to prominent cabinet positions. This is not much different from the predecessors in both Republicans and Democrats. Under Obama, economic indicators show that things have gone wrong: The gap between rich and poor has increased significantly between blacks and whites since 1989; poverty rates among black children hit a record; racial gap widens at university level; and blacks lost their foothold in key economic sectors. Under Barack Obama, racism was not but not overcome, on the contrary, the division between ethnic groups was more severe. In 2015, the number of black people shot by US police killed 1134. (Image: Wikipedia / CC BY-SA 2.0) Identity "mysterious" Click image for larger version Name: Snap31.jpg Views: 0 Size: 118.3 KB ID: 1615679
Since Barack Obama ran for office until the end of his first term, many people have questioned the true identity of the President. In March 2011, billionaire Donald Trump called on President Obama to announce a birth certificate to the American public, and he even published his birth certificate to persuade Obama to follow suit. Donald Trump once said: "It is unbelievable that after four years of questioning, the President still cannot get his birth certificate." In April 2011, under pressure of public opinion, the White House announced President Obama's birth certificate amid suspicions that he was not born in the United States, thus ineligible to be president. In March 2016, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County (Arizona) announced the results of a five-year investigation into the origin of Obama's birth certificate. Forensic evidence concludes that President Obama's birth certificate, published on the White House website on April 27, 2011, is fake. Many doubts surrounding Obama's true identity. Investigators said the birth certificate published on the White House website was fake. (Photo: Getty) Joe Arpaio's investigation team consists of investigator Mike Zullo and volunteers who used to work for law enforcement, thanks to doctors, researchers and experts in 4 laboratories. different.
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On December 6, 2016, Sheriff Joe Arpaio held a press conference broadcast live on Fox 10 to discuss the findings of the investigation team. They found nine fake spots were copied from a birth certificate belonging to a citizen named Johanna Ah 'Nee, and then faked them electronically, including: City of birth, Island of birth, Place of residence Mother's residence, Date stamped birth certificate ... In which, both certificates of birth originated from Hawaii, were born in 1961, and birthdays are only 16 days apart. In order to make the survey accurate and transparent, the team transferred the birth certificate to two experts on two different continents (Hawaii and Italy), both scientists giving the same results, leading to the same result. up to 9 fake points. Reid Hayes, a member of the Scientific Council of Forensic Examiners, and a handwritten investigator with 40 years of experience, reached the same conclusion. Surprisingly, the US media restricted this information. If Barack Obama is not born in the United States, he is not eligible to be President. And if this is verified and published, then this will be the biggest scandal in US political history. However, mainstream media is limited to reporting on this. (Photo: 302ND Airlift Wing) Won the Nobel Peace Prize but ordered the most bombs Click image for larger version Name: Snap33.jpg Views: 0 Size: 70.8 KB ID: 1615681
The fact that President Barack Obama was awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize less than 9 months after taking office, surprised not only the people of the world but also the owner of the award because Obama had not done anything to worthy of this award. Perhaps when selecting Obama, the Nobel Committee expected him to bring peace "hope" to humanity. By the time Barack Obama received the Nobel Peace Prize, the Los Angeles Time wrote about "honor and paradox": "The economy has caused millions of suffering. The mood of the country is depressed - many people think the country is going astray - the good news is hard to find. Unemployment is still double digits although the momentum of job loss has decreased. ” In fact, during his two terms as President, Barack Obama was painted by the left-wing media and Democratic Party "experts" as a reluctant warrior, but he was actually is a belligerent. Ironically for the owner of the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize when Obama was the one who dropped more bombs than the "war" President George W Bush. Looking back at Obama's legacy, Micah Zenko - a political scientist at the U.S. Council on Foreign Relations, revealed incredible data: In 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped 26,171 bombs. That means that on average Obama orders 3 bombs per hour, the equivalent of dropping 72 bombs a day. Obama also authorizes drone attacks 10 times more than President Bush.
Click image for larger version Name: Snap34.jpg Views: 0 Size: 87.4 KB ID: 1615682 In 2016 alone, the Obama administration dropped 26,171 bombs. That means that on average Obama orders 3 bombs per hour, the equivalent of dropping 72 bombs a day. (Photo: Getty) In 2015, in his memoirs, Nobel Peace Prize Secretary Geir Lundestad said he regretted giving this prestigious award to Barack Obama because he did not "respond." and expectations and expectations ”set out by the Committee. Promoting global geopolitical instability, worsening the image of the United States Despite reducing the number of US troops on the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq, Obama continues to send troops to dead zones such as Somalia, Libya and Syria also significantly expanded its air wars and used special forces around the globe. In the final year of the 2016 term, US observers noted that US forces were in 138 countries. Although this figure has decreased by 6% compared to 2015, 2016 is still in the higher group if compared with 2010 (75 countries), 2011 (120 countries), 2013 (134 countries). and 2014 (135 countries) before peaking in 2015 at 147 countries. Despite these numbers, the US military, under the command of Commander-in-Chief Obama, has suffered major strategic defeats in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. In Iran, the Obama administration "shook hands" with the authoritarian government by signing the Iran Nuclear Agreement, which wasted billions of dollars of American tax on the Iranian government, but did not stop the ambition. Iran's possession of nuclear weapons, but also as a "helping hand" to increase funding for terrorist activities in the Middle East and beyond. Despite expanding its global presence, US troops under the command of Commander-in-Chief Obama still suffer major strategic failures in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. (Image: Getty)
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In Syria, President Obama humiliated the United States when it showed weakness to failure. In 2013, Obama set a red line for the warring parties and threatened that any party using chemical weapons would be punished by the US. Despite the fact that dictator Bashar al-Assad has crossed the red line that Obama has warned, by using chemical weapons against civilians, the president with the strongest military in the world has avoided involvement. by deciding not to launch missile attacks to punish Syria. Postpone the Syrian air strike at the last minute, Obama feebly decided to "push" the issue to the US Congress decision, which was "indifferent" to his proposals for 8 years. A few days later, Obama "relied" on Russian leader Vladimir Putin to persuade Syria to eliminate chemical weapons with a signed agreement, hoping "naively" that the Assad dictator would be willing to give up. His strongest murder weapon. This "cautiousness" of Obama led many innocent civilians in Syria to be later killed, and observers around the world have called Obama the President to avoid. Obama has shirked his responsibility to protect civilians from the regime's war crimes, and has left more room for Russia to intervene in the conflict in Syria.
Click image for larger version Name: Snap36.jpg Views: 0 Size: 60.8 KB ID: 1615684 In Syria, President Obama humiliated the United States when it showed weakness to failure. Obama's act of evasion led to the deaths of many innocent civilians in Syria, and strong criticism among observers around the world. (Photo of video) With the weakness of the head of the United States who failed to stop the Assad dictatorship (resulting in over half a million deaths and the biggest refugee crisis of the century), Barack Obama was "Helping" Russia under Putin to become more assertive in the illegal merger of Ukraine's Crimea peninsula (2014), promoting an increasingly fierce China in Asia-Pacific Yang, at the same time, he also turned the mighty US military force into a paper tiger. This is a stigma in the inherently "terrible" legacy of President Obama and observers that, during 8 years in power, Obama has led US troops to fight on many fronts, but the result is only are: Terrorism is increasingly widespread and the Middle East is increasingly devastated by chaos, more deeply divided with the Syrian civil war and sectarian war in Iraq. As a presidential candidate, Obama pledged to end the wars of his predecessor George W Bush. But when Obama left the White House, he was the president whose "achievement" lasted more wars than any president in American history. Click image for larger version Name: Snap37.jpg Views: 0 Size: 73.4 KB ID: 1615687
The day he left office, Barack Obama left President Donald Trump with a deeply divided US with a weak economy and a chaotic world filled with terrorism. (Photo: Getty) Abuse of the most executive power in history In the eight years of Obama's rule, the US Congress is more divided than ever. Members of the Republican Party were dissatisfied with Obama's weak externalist agenda, along with high domestic tax collection policies, increased spending, focused power on the government ... The last years of Obama's tenure, the United States had to witness a wave of mergers and acquisitions in 2015, and in 2016 nearly every sector of the economy, from pharmaceuticals to telecommunications, from From Internet platforms to aviation, power was concentrated in the hands of the government. These policies of Obama have led to soaring inequality, most jobs created only temporarily or part time, leading to economic recession. While elites enjoy preferential policies "given" by the government, Democratic leaders abandon the people, make Americans poorer and live longer. decrease. Therefore, members of the Republican Party set up the "Tea Party" (Tea Party) paralyzing "Obama Congress." The Tea Party routinely blocked bills it deemed illogical, weakening the United States, thus leading to policy congestion in Congress. Under Obama, the government 'reached out' to acquire nearly every sector of the economy that created social inequality. Most jobs are created only temporarily or part time, leading to economic recession. (Photo: Getty) Of course President Obama did not sit still "bear the battle" declared: "I have a pen and I have a phone!", Implying that he does not need Congress and the use of executive power solutions to "bogged down" issues in Congress. Click image for larger version Name: Snap38.jpg Views: 0 Size: 88.9 KB ID: 1615688
President Obama has begun to sign an unprecedented number of executive orders and challenges the National Assembly to stop him. Obama also ordered federal agencies to issue a record number of regulations without the need for legislation. He also chose to ignore, not to do things that he disagreed with, such as the Marriage Protection Act, in which clause 3 contained content that did not recognize gay marriage. With Obama's active support, the US became one of the first countries to introduce laws to protect the rights of same-sex marriage when the US Supreme Court rejected this clause 3. Instead of seeking support in Congress, President Obama used the executive power to arbitrarily sign the Iran Nuclear Agreement, Climate Agreement in Paris ..., which led House Speaker John Boehner of the Communist Party. reconciled fierce reaction and threatened to sue Obama for abusing executive power. Here are a few of Obama's fiercely controversial policies: President Obama declared, "I have a pen and I have a phone!", Implying he doesn't need Congress. and using its executive power to solve "bogged down" issues in Congress. (Image: Getty) • National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA):
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One of Obama's most shocking events when he abused his executive power was that on December 31, 2012, he signed the NDAA to allow the detention of US citizens indefinitely without charges or trials. This new law is completely authoritarian and unconstitutional. In particular, the Obama administration broke at least two amendments from the Bill on Human Rights. The Fourth Amendment states that everyone has the right to be safe and not arbitrarily arrested unless a warrant based on probable cause, while the 6th Amendment guarantees the right to be tried quickly. • Obamacare - Compulsory Health Insurance: The famous Act, called the President, caused the most controversy, but it was passed by the National Assembly controlled by the Democratic Party (2009). Republican lawmakers have called Obamacare "the most dangerous law ever passed" and was written in secret by Democrats in a secret that almost no Republican member knew. . Its real name is ACA (Affordable Care Act), which states that Americans who can afford to buy insurance from a provider will have to pay a higher fee to help pay for the benefits given to them. people who buy insurance from government-controlled markets. This policy of the Democratic Party proved the government's intervention, and contrary to the views of the Republican Party members who always believed that the government should be streamlined and less intervention. Click image for larger version Name: Snap40.jpg Views: 0 Size: 79.0 KB ID: 1615690
This policy of the Democratic Party proved the government's intervention, and contrary to the views of the Republican Party members who always believed that the government should be streamlined and less intervention. (Image: Getty) Obamacare's highlight is a personal provision - requiring all US citizens to have health insurance, either through ACA or another source, otherwise face penalties. Strict tax. Therefore, the Republican Party also called the law "having a destructive effect on human and personal freedoms like the Abandoned Slave Handling Act" and has pushed more than 60 voting sessions in Congress. to cancel but failed. • Fast and Furious scandal campaign In this scandal, with the help of Justice Secretary Eric Holder, the Obama administration allowed gun smuggling without supervision with the goal of tracking those weapons at Crime scene in Mexico. However, about 2,000 rifles in the Fast and Furious campaign lost their "footprint" and fell to Mexican drug cartels. On December 14, 2010, two of those guns were found at the scene of the murder of US Border Patrol Brian Terry. But when Congress investigated the Fast and Furious campaign, Attorney General Eric refused to provide documents. President Obama used executive privilege to "help" the US Department of Justice to retain those documents.
Click image for larger version Name: Snap41.jpg Views: 0 Size: 52.7 KB ID: 1615691 Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz as a witness reports on the failures in Operation Fast and Furious. (Image: Getty) A few hours after Obama exercised his privileges, the House of Representatives Commission on Government Reform and Reform (controlled by the Republican Party) voted to condemn Justice Attorney General Eric Holder "to contempt." often ”the National Assembly refused to hand over documents related to the campaign. • Signing an ordinance to allow homosexuals to serve in the military On July 22, 2011, President Obama and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta issued an order to end the Don't Ask, Don't Talk policy. , Do not say) prohibit homosexuals from serving in the military. In 2014, Obama signed Ordinance 13672 to fight homosexual discrimination in federal government contractors. In June 2016, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter issued a directive ordering military services to accept transgender personnel. By this decree, President Obama fundamentally changes the quality of US military forces. In 1968, in the United States, homosexuality was listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) as a mental disorder. Paul R. McHugh, a former psychiatrist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, declares that transgender disease is a mental disorder that requires treatment and should not be served in the military. Although transgender people are not mentally and physically qualified to meet their military service, the Obama administration has strongly supported this policy. With Obama's active support, the United States became one of the first countries to introduce laws to protect the rights of gay marriage, while also allowing gay people to join the military. Photo: The White House shows its support for homosexuals in Washington on June 26, 2015. (Source: Getty) • "Give away" American Internet invention Click image for larger version Name: Snap42.jpg Views: 0 Size: 81.2 KB ID: 1615692
The Internet is an American invention and the United States has shared this platform with the world. American free values ​​created the Internet and allowed it to thrive. In less than a quarter of a century, the Internet has transformed the world, changed the way we do business, and created wealth for many. The Internet has also been the best tool to promote freedom since the printing press. However, President Obama "disliked" the US control of the Internet by issuing policies on Internet neutrality in the last two years of his term. In November 2014, Obama asked the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to reclassify broadband Internet service as a telecommunications service, banning Internet service providers (ISPs) from being privileged. for different types of Internet traffic. This policy is considered unfair to American telecommunications corporations, hindering investment and innovation in the field. • DACA and DAPA Act During his 2012 re-election campaign, President Obama directed the Department of Homeland Security to issue work permits and residences for illegal immigrants in the Deferred Action program for Child Immigrant Children (DACA). Later, in November 2014, Obama issued a series of executive orders for the DAPA Deferral Act (DAPA) policy despite opposition from Congress. Republican Senator John McCain said: "Congress is responsible for responding and responding to his illegal actions (Obama)." Republican Senator John McCain said: "Congress is responsible for responding and responding to his illegal actions (Obama). " (Image: Getty) Click image for larger version Name: Snap43.jpg Views: 0 Size: 63.5 KB ID: 1615693
And there are many "missions" that President Obama does not "ignore" in Congress, arbitrarily deciding including the Iran Nuclear Agreement, the Paris Climate Change Agreement, the Dodd-Frank Act (Reform). Wall Street Finance and Consumer Protection), Choke Point Campaign (an illegal program to eliminate legitimate businesses that sell guns and ammunition) ... Self-position as a "ruler" " some lawyers said that the Obama administration is" illegal "in the history of the United States to abuse executive power most. The 44th president of the United States considered himself above the law, ignoring the legal limits of the executive branch and disrespecting constitutional limits such as the federal government and the division of power. Tragically for America, in the Oval Office, Obama continued to extend self-determination in various fields, from criminal procedures, religious freedom, property rights, immigration, securities regulation. , tax laws up until the division of powers. Obama abused his executive power without exception to asserting federal power, allowing the executive branch to do whatever he wanted without regard to the constitution. Obama abused his executive power without exception to asserting federal power, allowing the executive branch to do whatever he wanted without regard to the constitution. (Image: Getty)
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The way President Obama "rules" the country has dragged his government into partisan politics, and turned his office supposed to be public service policy, it was moved to serve. for his own personal agenda. This "authoritarian" of Obama contradicts the basic values ​​of the United States. As Judge Anthony M. Kennedy in the US Supreme Court wrote: “Federalism protects an individual's freedom from authoritarian power. When the government acts beyond its legal authority, that freedom is threatened. ” However, not all of Obama's "circumvention" policies are fully "manipulated," as they sometimes fall into the hands of the Supreme Court and are invalidated. lost in cases in the U.S. Supreme Court higher than any president in history, with a win rate of only 45% while President George W. Bush is 60%, President Ronald Reagan 75% During Obama's eight-year term, Obama's policies were only passed by Democratic votes, despite opposition from the Republican Party and ignoring bipartisan consensus. abusing executive power to pass one-sided decisions, and self-pitying when the legacy of Obama is wearing a hat in turn under President Donald Trump. Click image for larger version Name: Snap45.jpg Views: 0 Size: 62.6 KB ID: 1615695
The president abused his executive power to pass one-sided decisions, and self-pityed when the legacy of Obama was wearing hats in turn under President Donald Trump. (Photo: Getty) The lavish president and the wealth doubled When Barack Obama and his family enjoyed the eighth and final holiday as President in Hawaii, this trip was worth more ... 3 , 5 million dollars. The Judicial Watch, which received information from the US Secret Service and the Air Force through a separate Freedom of Information Act, has revealed an unprecedentedly large sum of money: nearly $ 100 million ($ 96,938,8882.51 to be exact) spent on vacation trips by President Obama and his family for 8 years. In a press release, Chairman of Judicial Supervisory Organization Tom Fitton said: "Obama's notorious abuse of the President's travel privileges wasted military resources," which reminded even unnecessary vacations. President Tom Fitton mentioned that Obama abused an unnecessary trip to raise money for Hillary Clinton (July 2016) in North Carolina, and "enlisted" to enjoy a luxury vacation worth $ 360,236. This is very contradictory when, in 2008, Senator Barack Obama vowed to give up vacations if he was elected president, and completely focused on national affairs. In 2008, Senator Barack Obama once vowed to give up vacations if he was elected president, and completely focused on national affairs. (Image: Getty)
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President Barack Obama is famous for giving a good speech, but words do not go hand in hand with work. While he supported the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, pledging to cut emissions, Secret Service records revealed that he had a flight to Florida Everglades on Earth Day (April 22 / 2015) to speak of global warming. The trip costed more than US $ 1 million in taxes, of which the cost of the Air Force alone amounted to nearly US $ 150,000. While his predecessor, George W. Bush, often saved his taxes by returning to his ranch in Crawford, Texas, successor President Donald Trump often went to Mar- A-Lago in Palm Beach (Florida) or at the family's Bedminster golf club in New Jersey. Since leaving the White House, former President Obama and his family often go on vacation in luxury places in Europe. In 2009, when entering the White House, the Obama couple only "mere" 1.3 million. In 2017, when they left the White House, they "accumulated" 30 times the amount after 8 years of Barack Obama as President.
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March, 2005
  • Early March; John writes:
    People already stopping by and asking about opening date. We decided on Monday, March 14, day before my birthday.
  • March 3; John writes:
    I buy sign letters from Commander Board. Also deposit another $1,000.00 from the investments account. Exhibit 6.
  • March 9; John writes:
    I pay Mark Gilbert for Dozier work around premises and deposit another $700.00 in the checking account. The source of this money was a milling machine I sold out of my shop in February. Exhibit 7.
  • Mid March; John writes:
    PANIC! Jeff and Cheryl had begin to show signs of losing interest. There was a load of stuff to get done. They encouraged me to go ahead and that is exactly what I did. Only about 5 days before opening day. Tables were built, Mark Gilbert called to help cleanup grounds, posts to put up, chains to stretch, loose stuff on building, garbage still everywhere, tarps to nail and block down, and the whole week freezing and raining. Jeff was rarely seen on weekends these days, and Cheryl and the kids and I finished what was left of the cleanup. Meanwhile Jeff criticizing, this ain't right that don't suit him, this ain't no good, that ain't where it ortta' be.
  • March 12; John writes:
    Buy swing at Lowes so customers will have a sit down place. Two days left to open. For the week of March 5 thru 12 I was pretty much on my own for finishing the extensive list of "to do's"
  • March 13; John writes:
    Day before opening. Last pre-opening order from Deb's nursery. Jeff is in a good mood. We bring ALL container stock over to the shop on Sunday evening in pouring rain, storm and wind. Tornadoes are blowing around Bibb County and weather sirens blowing.
  • March 14: John and Cheryl and Jeff open Woodstock Garden Center next door to her house. John writes:
    Opening day. I deposit another $1,200.00 from my (not the joint) investment account. $600.00 cash out (pay cash for first orders of tender plants in case new suppliers don't trust a new checking account. Exhibit 8. Deposited 2 days later on Wednesday.
    By March 14 my total investment in this business including monies loaned to Cheryl, and cash paid to Deb's nursery, Arvell, Joe, Gray, and others was $9,350.00. By March 14 morning Jeff and Cheryl (my combined 66% parents) had coughed up: 00.00. I had already been paying Cheryl cash for the water, phone, and light bill. Furthermore the sweet promises of payment of the $1,000.00 loan had begun to occur less frequently. On March 14, Cheryl brought by (around lunchtime 50.00 in change for the box. Over the next week she would add the following: [Twin Roll Paper Towels $1.00, Clock $10, Battery for clock $3, two small garbage bins $8, bottle of glue $1, two pair scissors $10, round of drinks for machine $35.]
    Including the 50.00 in change this brought her total investment in this business to about $118.00 between the end of December until closing day on May 16. Many suggestions were contributed (Such as how I needed to buy concrete statuary, etc), but not one penny more was contributed. No sign of the $1,000.00 either.
    Between the end of December and closing day Jeff contributed a paint brush, some stiff wire, some small sheetrock screws, and I would estimate his expenditures to be about $20.00. Also contributed was much complaining, griping, hot air, and cigarette butts. I have difficulty in accurately appraising the exact value of these items. There was to be no more financial contribution by the two of them for the rest of the period the business was open.
    I paid for every single item used in that business from December 30 to May 16 down to the office supplies, bank drawer, pens, paper, light bulb, telephone wire, paper towels, cups, pots, pans, hoses, soap, outlet covers, breakers, wire, all lumber down to the last nail, even to the roll of toilet paper hanging on the stop.
  • March 15: John’s 39th Birthday
    • John and Olin are close friends.
    • Tyler is 13 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 34
    • Rodney is 35
    • Approx: John meets Olin in a parking lot in Birmingham. Olin bought azaleas from the Garden Center. John and Olin laugh about "Megaphone" and share a tender moment. Olin wants to make a move and doesn't.
  • March 17; John writes:
    First stock of tender bedding plants arrives. Exhibit 11 shows payment. Another batch arrives the next day on Thursday.
  • March 21; John writes:
    Another $300.00 deposited. This time the source was books sold out of my shop.
April, 2005
  • April 4; John writes:
    Another thousand dollars deposited as a result of tools sold out of my shop once again.
  • Week of April 18; John writes:
    One of Cheryl's friends goes over to Jim Norman's and buys out his old, mostly dead, and diseased plant stock. Furthermore they plant the choice pieces, and want to bring over the garbage and dump it off onto me to sell at whatever price for them. This material constituted a plant pest/disease problem and I wasn't about to risk several thousand dollars stock to be contaminated by this material. They were also remodeling Cheryl's kitchen, and she was afraid they were not going to finish the job if I couldn't be pressured into taking this stuff.
  • Friday, April 22; John writes:
    Jeff and I go over to look at the crap. He is in agreement. Later on they call me over to the house to discuss it, and Jeff is going hog wild, towering over Cheryl asking "Whaddya think baby tell 'im what you think?!" Meanwhile Cheryl is sitting on a small stool near the floor with tears streaming down her face. Jeff is going into full swing, I am inching my way to the door. Jeff starts hollering at me to get my ass back there, meanwhile leaving room to holler and cuss back at Cheryl, and I make out with some comment like "if they are going to act like that I wish I was out of it especially since I paid for everything anyways."
    To top it off, it is going to freeze, and I had to bring the rest of the plants in by myself. Later me and Mary Grace go over and stash plants indoors and vacuum. No sign of Jeff or Cheryl.
  • Saturday, April 23; John writes:
    Jeff comes over to lecture me on how "we equal partners in dis here and don't you fergit it." Also I heard a lecture on how "this here place is costin' me money every day," (although he hadn't put a cent into it hardly), also a lecture on how he ran a group of forty sheetrock hangers and how this place was "stressin" him and how it wouldn't be worth the stress if it was making a thousand dollars a day. Also much blowing of cigarette smoke in my face, thumping of cigarette butts, Jeff seemed to think a place just wasn't right unless a pile of cigarette butts was laying everywhere. He seemed to enjoy coming over and thumping them out on the grounds, and scowling at me when I stopped to pick them up. After a few weeks the parking lot of Woodstock Garden was beginning to look more like the Green Lantern. I received a finishing lecture from the "equal partner" about how he could "rent this here out or sell this here," at which I offered to take him up on. He didn't seem to like having his bluff called (I had the money and he knew it), and flew into a fit until a customer came in and spent about an hour talking about how her Richard Wright house was falling apart. This seemed to cheer Jeff up.
  • Late April and Early May; John writes:
    Jeff comes over usually after work in variable moods sometimes cheerful and other times scowly. At other times he has started drinking his beer out styrofoam cups on the garden center porch and thumping out his cigarette butts. April 15 has come and gone, and when I gently inquired of Cheryl about the 1,000.00 I was informed that "that money is already gone." In this same month I was informed about how Jeff had bought a thousand dollar prom dress for his daughter and wasn't going to let her wear it; another time I was told that Cheryl's sister had been knocked up by a 16 year old boy and how they were going to have to contribute $600.00 to get her married off, another time I was warned to lock up the money because Cheryl's brother was on crystal meth and had been arrested 4 times this month. Meanwhile they have a huge row one Saturday morning with Arvell Kornegay's grandson and daughter. The whole situation for this time was like a nonstop showing of Jerry Springer.
    Cheryl informed me that I was going to just have to work my thousand dollars out of the business, and sat me down one afternoon for a rethink of the finances. Throughout this time they seemed to enjoy coming over and bragging about how they were spending a thousand dollars here or there... another time it was for a thousand dollar beauty walk dress.
  • Saturday, April 30; John writes:
    I reluctantly place the potting soil order with BWI. This was the purpose of my last check deposited. Exhibit 15. I say reluctant because by this time you never knew what was going on from day to day. When it arrived Jeff wanted to know "What's all this shit doing out here?" His exact choice of words.
May, 2005
  • Sunday, May 1; John writes:
    This is the day of our "rethinking financing" discussion with Cheryl. Sunday. Since I had over ten thousand in by now, and Cheryl and Jeff wanted to quickly make back their 2000 they had already paid Johnnie Faye, she wanted me to start writing checks to herself and myself as a factor of four to one. Her first check was 250.00. I subsequently removed a thousand dollars from the account for myself. Check number 139. Exhibit 16 is Cheryls cleared check.
  • Sunday, May 8; John writes:
    The same situation. 2200 for me, 550 for Cheryl. Her and Jeff were in an extra cross mood on this night (Mother's day Sunday), Exhibit 17. Jeff and Cheryl by this time are constantly criticizing everything. Cheryl comes over to rearrange the merchandise after closing. Nothing suits Jeff, everything is overstocked/understocked, needs to be put here, or over there. Suggestions keep coming about what I need to be stocking instead, but still not a cent more spent by either one.
  • Monday, May 9; John writes:
    Cheryl comes over at lunch, and tells me one of her friends wants to install a little ice cream stand on the garden shop grounds. She wants me to know that whatever objections I have are irrelevant because so far I have been running the show and they have had no input in the business whatsoever. I bite my tongue about no money whatsoever, and assure her I have no objections, and she seems encouraged, cheers up, describes the space required, and informs me that they will be settling up Friday after hours.
  • Saturday, May 14; John writes:
    Friday comes and goes, no ice cream stand in sight. Not one on Saturday or Sunday either. A stack of beer cans has been deposited by Jeff in a cooler out behind the building however. Not well hidden, mind you, in plain view where a customer could pop up the lid and view the remaining coors light cans. They decided they wanted to work the weekend shift, so I only came over for an hour or so those two days and after closing Sunday evening.
  • Sunday, May 15; John writes:
    Sunday Evening. Since we owed ALA TAX about 500.00 and had orders on the way, we did not write checks to ourselves this evening. This week had not been as busy as Mother's Day week. Cheryl remarked the low stock, so I prepared orders for Monday at home that evening. Cheryl was in a good mood while we went over sales slips, the baby playing on the countertop. There was also only about 800 in checking with about 6 or 7 hundred dollars in the drawer.
  • Monday, May 16; John writes:
    Cheryl comes in at noon telling me we are understocked. I place the orders I had prepared the previous evening. Jeff comes in at about three complaining that we are overstocked, and I call back and reduce the orders while he is sprawled out on the potting soil bags. He is doing the beer in a styrofoam and cigarette thumping thing again today, complaining about how his head feels like it is about to bust.
    I ask what happened with the ice cream stand, he just looks at me like I am some sort of idiot. He spends most of the day on the bags of soil with his sunglasses on (doing his Corey Hart impersonation) blowing smoke and thumping butts out the door. I made the grave error of cleaning up some of the King's butts which seemed to set him further into his attitude problem. I had to go over and let the lawnmower man in and out of the fence so Kristy worked for about an hour and a half. By closing time Jeff was fully loaded.
    • In another telling of the same day, John writes:
    Jeff came in that Monday, loading up on Coors Lite, attitude problem painted on and sunglasses in place, piled up on the bags of potting soil (doing the Corey Hart thing), glaring from side to side, blowing smoke, thumping cigarette butts, and complaining about how his head felt like ti was going to bust.
    He wanted "some kinda check," and I explained to him that there was only about 800 in checking, Ala tax was due, and orders were coming in. Also the week after Mother's Day had not sold nearly as much as the previous week.
    I thought he had cooled off, but by closing time, he had an audience on the porch and made a big deal out of telling me that "I hope you ain't gonna try to slip outta here tonight without leaving me some kinda check." He followed me to the truck like some school bully after a kid's lunch money and proceeded to tell me loudly (in order to impress his audience) about how this place was "stressing" him, how it wouldn't be worth it if it was making a thousand dollars a day, and he was ready to close it tonight, and was he and Cheryl were going to dictate to me what was to be done about my investment.
    I went straight to City Hall and told Cheryl that I was being kicked out, I wanted my thousand dollars back, and I wanted Boozer Downs as a witness.
    After meeting, all three of us met in the garden center office, but Jeff wanted to go out on the porch so he could put on a big show and impress the Kornegays. It worked. Their light went on before Jeff finished screaming, hollering, turning red, spittle flying, beer can jiggling in right hand... a perfect Jerry Springer Moment.
    • Boozer Downs says that Jeff was pacing angrily around John while John called out latin plant names, to taunt him; John writes:
    Boozer and I left.
  • Tuesday, May 17; John writes:
    I asked Billie Hudson to perform a bank scan, and asked Bob and Jackie Neff to help me clean out. Cheryl came over at lunch apologetically, and by afternoon Jeff's sister Shelly and a friend came by with a video camera to cause trouble. Jackie called the cops. Before Cheryl got there Jim Normal had driven by twice, Billie Daily had drove up and rocked on the porch, Anne Kornegay's driveway was as busy as a Wal Mart parking lot the day before Christmas, even her sister from Tuscaloosa had driven up to set in the swing and watch the festivities.
    Cheryl had told me that we have until tomorrow (Wednesday) to get everything out, but by (Tuesday) afternoon, had changed her mind because "Jeff was acting crazy and she didn't know what he might do next."
  • Wednesday, May 18; John writes:
    By [this] morning, Cheryl wanted 250.00 which I left with Donna Brothers. When Cheryl picked up the last dollar she was obviously ever going to get out of me, her attitude assumed that of Jeff's. She began moaning, and complaining about how was a pansy, pussy, pantywaist, etc. and having a fit over me actually getting everything out.
    Meanwhile, merchandise began to disappear from the premises. Cheryl told me that they had given a pallet away to one of their friends (Mark Gilbert), and the rest must have been stolen. A police report was filed.
  • Thursday-Saturday, May 19-21; John writes:
    I was continuously put off until Saturday about picking up the rest of my stuff. I counted bags, and it turns out the bag count was accurate. They had hidden the remainder of palletized stock behind their house. This was the most effort they had put forth in weeks. Cheryl acted surprised that the only pallet missing was the one given away. The police report filed shows the material recovered on Friday, May 20th, but it was not discovered "not missing" until Saturday, May 21.
    I never received the rest of my merchandise because Cheryl said that I didn't know what it was like to have to go home and live with and listen to Jeff. So I got out quietly. She promised to mail all of my paperwork to me, but April 15th of [the following] year came and went without a sign of it.
    I have had no communication with Cheryl since that Saturday morning. [May 21]. They attempted to re-open the next season, and presumably sold the merchandise. Currently the premises are for sale still bearing the material I bought and paid for and is still on site.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 33rd Birthday
End of 2005
  • August:
    • Cheryl and Jeff's 2nd Anniversary.
    • Cheryl is 33. She stops working as Town Clerk at some point in 2005.
    • John shows up at a Town Hall meeting and announces, "The Town Clerk owes me 10,000 dollars."
  • October 3:
    • Tyler's father, Rodney is arrested and convicted (same day) for having sex with a 14-year-old girl.
  • November:
    • Mary Grace's 79th birthday
    • Approximate: Reta says that John must have boarded up Mary Grace's bedroom sometime in 2005, since Mary Grace thought she was 78 when John died.
  • December:
    • "Brokeback Mountain" is in theaters.
    • Tyler and his brother and sister and mother move in with Miss Hicks.
  • James Howard Kunstler's book, The Long Emergency is published. John became a fan of the book, of Kunstler, and of the concept of "Peak Oil." John and Kunstler began communicating directly in 2009 or 2010.
  • The web site peakoil.com is created
2006
  • Approx: Cheryl's brother Johnny built the doggy mansion.
  • Cahawba Christian Academy Board of Directors votes to join the Alabama Independent School Association
  • Olin sees "Brokeback Mountain" almost every day. He purchases a giant TV, and asks the local movie theatre to host a screening.
    • Olin tells John about the movie, and John discounts Olin's feelings.
  • John's become close with a guy from town. The guy has some college, and goals. John is head over heels. John tells the guy he loves him, and the guy never calls back.
    • John has been distant from Olin. John connects with Olin and cries on the phone about the man he's in love with.
    • John told Olin he was desperate to have a one on one love relationship.
  • March 15: John’s 40th Birthday
    • Tyler is 14 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 35
    • Rodney is 36 (incarcerated)
  • Olin sends John a copy of the Brokeback Mountain short story. John cried when he read it. John occasionally re-reads the story.
  • John would intimate that he wanted a closer relationship with Olin, but nothing ever came of it.
  • Approximate: Faye Gamble starts working as town clerk (ten years before John's death), and meets John.
    • Faye in a 2017 Photo
    • John came into her office one day and introduced himself by saying, "I guess you know who I am."
  • April: John still hasn't spoken to Cheryl. It's been a year. And John's things are still at the Garden Center. Per the small claims suit, Jeff and Cheryl opened the garden center in April/May of 2006, and sold his merchandise.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 34th Birthday
  • August, 2006: Cheryl and Jeff's 3rd Anniversary.
  • November: Mary Grace's 80th birthday
  • December 12, 2006: John files a small claims suit against Cheryl and Jeff for $2,792.00.
2007
  • Cahawba Christian Academy Board of Directors votes to hire Dr. Steve Morgan as Principal.
  • Approximate year that Mary Grace is diagnosed with dementia
  • John makes a random comment about living with Olin.
    • John asks Olin if he's still looking for a partner. Olin says he's no longer looking. But the two do not become a couple.
  • February 2: John requests an extension on on his small claims suit against Jeff and Cheryl Dodson
  • March 15: John’s 41st Birthday
    • Tyler is 15 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 36
    • Rodney is 37 (incarcerated)
  • April/Approximate: Cheryl is ordered to pay John $100.00 a month per the outcome of the small claims suit.
  • Cheryl Acker Dodson's brother passes away. (Cheryl is 35)
    • Cheryl calls John to let him know she will be missing a payment.
    • Cheryl says John B was broken hearted about Cheryl's brother, and loved him, as did everyone in the town. Kendall Burt pays for Cheryl's brother's funeral.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 35th Birthday
  • August, 2007: Cheryl and Jeff's 4th Anniversary.
  • November: Mary Grace's 81st birthday
2008
  • March 15: John’s 42nd Birthday
    • Tyler is 16 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 37
    • Rodney is 38 (incarcerated)
  • At some point during 2008, Jeff Dodson helps John get the internet at the McLemore house.
  • Cheryl says she would run into John and he'd want to be friendly and have her come to the house, and she said that since he sued her, she never felt like they could be friends again.
  • John is known to have told his friends that he suspected he was suffering from mercury poisoning.
  • April 6: Photos of the property shared by Reta
  • April 6: More photos of the property as shared by Reta.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 36th Birthday
  • August, 2008: Cheryl and Jeff's 5th Anniversary.
  • November: Mary Grace's 82nd birthday
  • December 27: Tyler’s daughter born
2009
  • March 15: John’s 43rd Birthday
    • Tyler is 17 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 38
    • Rodney is 39 (incarcerated)
  • Approximate: John conceives of the maze, and starts clearing the land for the maze.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 37th Birthday
  • August: Cheryl and Jeff's 6th Anniversary.
  • October 26: Planting the maze - Photo Credit: Reta
  • November: Mary Grace's 83rd birthday
2010
  • Cahawba Christian Academy Board of Directors votes to hire Ms. Shelley Jones as Principal.
  • March 15: John’s 44th Birthday
    • Tyler is 18 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 39
    • Rodney is 40 (incarcerated)
  • April 8: Former Woodstock Town Council member Daphne Miller Brooks is sentenced to two years in prison for embezzling almost 2 million dollars from her employer. Daphne was interviewed extensively for S-Town, but most of the interviews weren't used.
  • Approximate: John sends an email to James Howard Kustler and they begin communicating first via email, then via phone. Per Kunstler:
    I heard from John B McLemore of Woodstock, Alabama for the first time somewhere around 2010, maybe, something like that, or 2009. He sent me e-mails, and they were interesting e-mails. You know, they were obviously from somebody who was a fairly erudite person who was interested in the things I’d been writing about in The Long Emergency. We had this correspondence and then he started calling me.
    He was a particularly interesting guy. First of all he had this very flamboyant mode of presentation. You know, he was like a character out of Tennessee Williams meets Bizarro World. You know, he was flamboyantly Southern and he sort of played up on it. And I enjoyed talking to him.
    ...We would mostly talk at first about world issues and economic issues and markets and commodities and oil and natural gas and, you know, all this stuff that I was writing about. But eventually he started talking to me about the town itself that he was living in and how he called it “Shit Town.” And how everything in it was busted, rusted, shot up, broken, deformed, messed up, ruined. You know, in some way that everything including the human personalities and families and relations in the town were all in some kind of terrible condition. And it all seemed kind of emblematic of the ruined condition of the fly over heartland of America that ended up voting for Trump, right?
  • June 7: Cheryl's 38th Birthday
  • August: Cheryl and Jeff's 7th Anniversary.
  • September: Satellite images. School buses and the 18-wheeler on the McLemore property.
  • November: Mary Grace's 84th birthday
2011
  • March 15: John’s 45th Birthday
    • Tyler is 19 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 40
    • Rodney is 41 (incarcerated)
  • April 18: Tyler’s daughter born
  • June 7: Cheryl's 39th Birthday
  • July 24: Reta visits John and Mary Grace
  • August, 2011: Cheryl and Jeff's 8th Anniversary.
  • November: Mary Grace's 85th birthday
  • Undated: Email from John B. to Kunstler. Apparently, Kunstler thinks we are moving to a salvage economy, but John makes the point that nothing new is salvageable.
2012
2013
  • Cahawba Christian Academy Board of Directors votes to hire Rev. Tim Bonds as Principal.
  • Tyler and John work on the maze.
  • John starts calling Faye and talking about suicide.
  • February 21: John comments on an internet forum
  • March 15: John’s 47th Birthday
    • Tyler is 21 years old
    • Michael Fuller is 42
    • Rodney is 43 years old.
    • Bubba said John started getting tattoos at the age of 47
    • Friends say that John started drinking heavily around this time.
  • June 7: Cheryl's 41st Birthday
  • June 16: John tries to upload a picture to his youtube profile
  • July:
    • July 4: Brian meets his future wife
    • July 12: TAL episode "500" is released.
    • Victim complaints are lodged against Ervin Heard
    • After eight years, Rodney is released from prison.
  • August, 2013: Cheryl and Jeff's 10th Anniversary.
  • Approximate: Mr. Not-A-Good-Person does yard work on the McLemore property. Over time, John became attached to the man, and didn't want him to leave... Didn't like it when the man had other commitments.
    • John B. would later tell Brian that he had a sexual relationship with Mr. Not-A-Good-Person.
    • Due to the way Brian ends the podcast, many think that Mr. Not-A-Good-Person is Rodney, Tyler's father.
    • After John died, Mr. Not-A-Good-Person told Brian that he started dating a woman, and John started using derogatory language when talking about the woman. The two had a falling out.
  • September 14: John complains about Gmail's new compose box
  • Fall; John writes:
    In the fall of 2013, three spaniel puppies were dumped in my yard. I had them fixed, and they have been with us ever since. That's how you get dogs around here: they just suddenly appear.
  • October:
    • October 13: John joins Disqus
    • Rodney registers as a sex offender.
    • Black Sheep Ink moves to Bessemer.
    • Whites Only Back room with pool table and stripper pole installed...
  • November: Mary Grace's 87th birthday
  • December:
  • Late DecembeApprox: John and Brian talk on the phone for the first time.
S-Town Timeline III >>
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2020.07.09 07:43 Justwonderinif Golden State Killer Timeline IV

<<< Golden State Killer Timeline III
1980, Continued
  • Tuesday, August 19, 1980
  • October 4: Rebecca's 38th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 31st birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 35th birthday
  • November 10: DeAngelo 7th Wedding Anniversary
1981
1982
  • DeAngelo owns a home on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • Jim Huddle says that Sharon lived in Southern California from 1981 or 1982 to 1986
    • Lisa Ortiz said she lived with DeAngelo from 1982-1986, but she didn't say where this was. Ortiz was 14 in 1982. She is Sharon's cousin. She is the daughter of Sharon's mother's brother.
    • Sharon studying for the bar, and has moved to Southern California?
    • According to Paul Holes, Joe was working for PG&E as a diver to bring up sump pumps "in the 80s."
  • April: Sharon is 29
  • August 15: Constance's 34th birthday.
    • Constance's third son born in 1982. Child #6 of 6. (Jesse)
    • Constance has been living on Winchester Way in Rancho Cordova since 1973. In 1982, Constance moved, and did not live on Winchester Way after that.
  • September: DeAngelo’s first daughter is a year old.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 40th birthday.
  • October 21:
    • While at work as a waitress at a Denny's Restaurant, Victor Hayes' girlfriend received a [call] that she identified as EAR. Caller: "Hi, it's me again. Remember me? I'm going to come over and fuck you again. You're going to suck my cock again.
    • John's 33rd birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 37th birthday
  • November 10: DeAngelo 9th Wedding Anniversary
  • December: Sharon Huddle DeAngelo admitted to the State Bar of California, after attending the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific in Sacramento, California.
1983
1984
  • DeAngelo owns a home on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon lived in Southern California from 1981 or 1982 until 1986.
    • Reports indicate that Sharon and Joe lived with Sharon's parents on Hackett Ave in Long Beach from 1984 to 1987.
    • Lisa Ortiz said she lived with DeAngelo from 1982-1986, but she didn't say where this was. Ortiz was 16 in 1984. She is Sharon's cousin. She is the daughter of Sharon's mother's brother.
    • According to Paul Holes, Joe was working for PG&E as a diver to bring up sump pumps "in the 80s."
    • Photo from Sharon's brother's book dated "1984"
  • March: "Doug" told John Kelly that DeAngelo was a mechanic at Doug's trucking company from March 1984 August 1985
  • April 5 Sacramento Bee: Role In Rape Case Tied To Pay Claim
  • April: Sharon is 31
  • June 15 Santa Barbara News-Press: $25,000 Reward Posted in Two Goleta Murders
  • July: Jack Bosanko's son Michael passes away age 30
  • July 17: Los Angeles Times - Man Held in Laguna Hills Nurse's Death
  • August 15: Constance's 36th birthday.
  • September 24: Hearing Date for Joseph DeAngelo vs. Guy Paul Mazeau. DeAngelo awarded $2,938 plus costs.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is 3.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 42nd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 35th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 39th birthday
  • November 10: DeAngelo 11th Wedding Anniversary
1985
  • DeAngelo owns a home on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • Lisa Ortiz said she lived with DeAngelo from 1982-1986, but she didn't say where this was. Ortiz was 17 in 1985. She is Sharon's cousin. She is the daughter of Sharon's mother's brother.
    • Reports indicate that Sharon and Joe lived with Sharon's parents on Hackett Ave in Long Beach from 1984 to 1987.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon lived in Southern California from 1981 or 1982 until 1986.
    • According to Paul Holes, Joe was working for PG&E as a diver to bring up sump pumps "in the 80s."
    • "Doug" told John Kelly that DeAngelo was a mechanic at Doug's trucking company from March 1984 August 1985
  • April: Sharon is 32
  • August 15: Constance's 37th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is 4.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 43rd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 36th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 40th birthday
  • November 10: DeAngelo 12th Wedding Anniversary
  • Photo published in Sharon's brother's book - Dated approximately 1985 or 1986
  • August: Last month of Joe's employment with "Doug's" trucking company.
1986
1987
  • DeAngelo owns a home on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
  • Reports indicate that Sharon and Joe lived with Sharon's parents on Hackett Ave in Long Beach from 1984 to 1987.
  • According to Paul Holes, Joe was working for PG&E as a diver to bring up sump pumps "in the 80s."
  • Sharon Huddles' law license to practice law is inactive for 8 months.
  • March 10: Orange County Register: Murder, Rape Charges Dropped in Irvine Woman's Death
  • April: Sharon is 34
  • August 15: Constance's 39th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 6.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 45th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 38th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 42nd birthday
  • November 10: DeAngelo 14th Wedding Anniversary
  • November: DeAngelo’s second daughter is a year old.
1988
1989
1990
1991
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights with Sharon and daughters
  • April: Sharon is 38
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 2.
  • August 15: Constance's 43rd birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 10.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 49th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 42nd birthday.
  • November 4: DeAngelo and wife in family court - for separation?
  • November 4: Same day civil court appearance Did she file charges? Did he?
  • November 8: DeAngelo 46th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 5.
  • November 10: DeAngelo 18th Wedding Anniversary
  • Approximate between 1990 and 1992: "Joyce Parker" received a [call] she identified as EAR. He whispered harshly: "You know who this is:" or "Do you know who this is?" The call lasted about a minute and there was the sound of children and maybe a woman in the background, which could've come from a television or some other source.
1992
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
  • February 24, Press Democrat: Pioneer Bill Would Legalize Surrogacy
  • April: Sharon is 39
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 3.
  • August 15: Constance's 44th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 11.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 50th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 43rd birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 47th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 6.
1993
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
    • DeAngelo's father is 73 and living in Korea
  • March 21: Sacramento Bee: 'Ear' Still At Large 70s Rape Cases Vex Retiring Detective
  • April: Sharon is 40
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 4.
  • August 15: Constance's 45th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 12.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 51st birthday.
  • October 21: John's 44th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 48th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 7.
1994
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
    • DeAngelo's father is 74 and living in Korea
  • April: Sharon is 41
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 5.
  • June 30: DeAngelo's brother arrested for burglary in Los Angeles County.
  • August 15: Constance's 46th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 13.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 52nd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 45th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 49th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 8.
1995
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
  • April: Sharon is 42
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 6
  • February 15: Joseph DeAngelo, Sr. passes away in South Korea. His place of residence on the date of death is Osan, Korea - where there is a large Air Force Base. The assumption is that Joseph Senior has been living in Korea either on or near Osan since the 1970s. He was 75.
  • July 28: DeAngelo is getting gas when a pump malfunctions. He went inside seeking a refund.
    “When he attempted to inform the clerk that the pump was not working and asked for his change for the gas not pumped, the clerk became uncooperative, apparently not able to speak English well enough to understand plaintiff." DeAngelo left the gas station and the clerk called police and reported DeAngelo as an attempted robber.
  • August 15: Constance's 47th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 14.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 53rd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 46th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 50th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 9.
  • December 20: Orange County Register: DA's Target: Ghosts of Murders Past
1996
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
  • April 16: DeAngelo arrested and held in the Sacramento County Jail for three and a half hours before being released.
    DeAngelo arrested in a sting operation that targeted individuals with outstanding warrants.
    He was notified that he had won free Super Bowl tickets and could pick them up at an office in Sacramento.
    DeAngelo ended up jailed on allegations he had held up a gas station.
    Subsequently, DeAngelo filed a $1 million civil suit against the owner of the Sacramento-area gas station. Eventually, the case was dismissed and the court entered an order finding plaintiff factually innocent and sealed the records.
    William Wright, the attorney who subsequently filed the suit on DeAngelo’s behalf against the clerk and the gas station owner, said in he remembered “Joe” as a “nice guy” but that “he was very upset about this gas station business.”
    “What they did was, they contacted several people – I don’t know how he got on the list – and told them they had won free Super Bowl tickets and got them down there in this auditorium,” Wright said. “And the cops busted all of them because they had either warrants or were wanted.”
    DeAngelo’s lawsuit alleged negligence and false imprisonment and sought punitive damages of $1 million for “willful, wanton, malicious and oppressive” conduct. The court file indicates the case was settled and dismissed in March 1998.
  • April: Sharon is 43
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 7.
  • August 15: Constance's 48th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 15.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 54th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 47th birthday.
  • October 1996: LE connects the the Goleta and Ventura murders with the Dana Point murders.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 51st birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 10.
1997
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
  • April: Sharon is 44
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 8
  • August 15: Constance's 49th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 16.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 55th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 48th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 52nd birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 11.
1998
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
  • February 20: Settlement conference for wrongful arrest:
    “Plaintiff left the premises peacefully and subsequently the clerk called police and reported plaintiff as an attempted robber." DeAngelo’s lawsuit alleged negligence and false imprisonment and sought punitive damages of $1 million for “willful, wanton, malicious and oppressive” conduct.
  • March: The court file indicates the case was settled and dismissed in March 1998.
  • April: Sharon is 45
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 9.
  • August 15: Constance's 50th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 17.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 56th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 49th birthday.
  • November 8, 1998: DeAngelo 53rd birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 12.
1999
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the three daughters
  • April: Sharon is 46
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 10
  • Spring: Oldest daughter graduates high school?
  • August 15: Constance's 51st birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 18.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 57th birthday.
  • October 21: John's 50th birthday.
  • August: DeAngelo has worked at SaveMart for ten years
  • November 8: DeAngelo 54th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 13.
  • November 28: Orange County Register: Four Unsolved Orange County Murders
2000
2001
2002
2003
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with the daughters
  • March 10: KNBC Los Angeles: Original Night Stalker: Suspect Believed Responsible For String of Attacks
  • April: Sharon is 50
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 14
  • August 15: Constance's 55th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 22.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 61st birthday.
  • October 21: John's 54th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 58th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 17
2004
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with her daughter(s)
  • March 4: Ventura County Star: Decades-old Cold Case Catches Fire
  • Spring, 2004: Series of hang-up phone calls received by Michelle Cruz, sister of murder victim Janelle Cruz.
    • At the time, a massive push to get Proposition 69) approved was underway. (See Bruce Harrington).
    • Michelle Cruz had participated in a press conference, and subsequently received five or six hang-up phone calls a day for about two weeks. When she answered the phone, the caller wouldn't speak, but wouldn't hang up.
  • April: Sharon is 51
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 15.
  • Spring: Middle daughter graduates high school?
  • August 15: Constance's 56th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 23.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 62nd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 55th birthday.
  • November 2: Proposition 69 passes
  • November 8: DeAngelo 59th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 18
2005
  • DeAngelo lives on Canyon Oak Dr. in Citrus Heights
    • DeAngelo works as a mechanic at Save Mart's Distribution Center in Roseville
    • According to Sharon's brother, Sharon has not wanted to have anything to do with him since 1991.
    • According to Jim Huddle, Sharon and Joe stayed married so Sharon and the kids could remain on Joe's health insurance.
    • Sharon lives in Roseville with her daughter(s)
  • April: Sharon is 52
  • May: DeAngelo's youngest daughter is 16
  • August 15: Constance's 57th birthday.
  • September: DeAngelo’s oldest daughter is a 24.
  • October 4: Rebecca's 63rd birthday.
  • October 21: John's 56th birthday.
  • November 8: DeAngelo 60th birthday
  • November: DeAngelo’s middle daughter is 19
Golden State Killer Timeline V>>>
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2020.07.03 23:08 Bleep_Bloop_Unlocked [USA - UT] [H] Massive pile of games, guides, accessories, collectibles, and more; great stuff for DS, 3DS, Dreamcast, GB, GBA, GameCube, N64, NES, PC, PS1/2/3, PSP, SNES, Wii, Wii U, Xbox OG/360/One [W] PayPal. All sales help raise money for a family member battling cancer.

THIS HAS MOVED TO A NEWER POST.
4th of July Update: I am in absolute awe. First off, platinum??!! A major thank you to the redditor who gilded my gaming yard sale post with a platinum medal (not sure if you wanna remain anonymous, but I'll reach out when I have a second). I'm really touched. As is often said on this site, please consider donating money to a charity or-nonprofit instead of using it on digital shinies. I would be remiss if I didn't say there are soooo many great charities dedicated to cancer research that needs every penny they can get. If you're low on funds, please consider reaching out to your friends, family, and neighbors; check on their wellbeing and offer help if any is required. Kindness costs nothing and makes the world a much better place.
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Game Price Note
Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth $40
Ace Attorney: Apollo Justice $40
Advance Wars: Days of Ruin $60 Factory sealed
Advance Wars: Dual Strike $37
Bejeweled Twist $4 Cartridge only
Brain Age $3 Cartridge only
Brain Age 2 $3 Cartridge only
Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow $45
Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia $90
Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin $45
Chrono Trigger $70 Factory sealed
Club House Games $5 Cartridge only
Crosswords DS $3 Cartridge only
Custom Robo Arena $23 Case has some scuffs
Ener-G Gym Rockets $2 Cartridge only
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars $17 Cartridge only
Harvest Moon: Frantic Farming $6 NO GAME; case, manual, and inserts only
Hoshigami: Ruining Blue Earth REMIX $17
Legacy of Ys: Books I & II $65 New; was a display copy at GameStop and the outer box was re-sealed when I originally purchased
Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa $3 Cartridge only
Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story $15
Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time $29
My Baby Girl $5 Cartridge only
New Super Mario Bros. $12 Cartridge only
Nintendogs: Dalmation & Friends $8 Cartridge only
Okami Den $25
Petz Nursery FREE Cartridge only; European version; free to whomever is willing to pay for shipping cost and materials
Petz Nursery $3 Cartridge only
Phoenix Wright - Ace Attorney $22
Phoenix Wright - Ace Attorney: Justice for All $17
Phoenix Wright - Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations $20 OBJECTION!
Professional Fisherman's Tour $3 Cartridge only
Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure $25
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor $30
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange Journey $36 Soundtrack bundle
Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood $20
Super Princess Peach $32
Super Robot Taisen - OG Saga: Endless Frontier $125 Soundtrack bundle
The Lord of the Rings: Conquest $15
Viewtiful Joe: Double Trouble $30
Wild Petz Dolphinz $2 Cartridge only
Xia-Xia $2 Cartridge only
Yoshi's Island DS $18

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Game Price Note
Ape Escape $28 Case and inserts are in good shape; disc has visible scratches that are easily repaired
Brigandine: The Legend of Forsena $130 No manual; case has some cracks
Car and Driver Presents: Grand Tour Racing '98 $4 Case has crack on front
Chrono Cross $15 No manual; case has some cracks
Crash Bandicoot $22 Green label
Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back $12 Green label
Crash Bandicoot: Warped $15 Holo cover
Final Fantasy Anthology $17 Green label; great shape
Final Fantasy Chronicles $20 Green label; great shape
Final Fantasy IX $21 Front of case has a crack
Final Fantasy Origins $25 Great shape
Final Fantasy Tactics $25 Green label; great shape
Final Fantasy VII $45 Crack on front of case
Final Fantasy VIII $15 No manual
Final Fantasy VIII $25
Gran Turismo $12
Gran Turismo $11 Crack on case
Grand Theft Auto $15 Includes map
Grand Theft Auto 2 $12
Grand Theft Auto Mission Pack #1: London 1969 $15 Collector's Edition; includes map
Metal Gear Solid $22 Green label
Metal Gear Solid: VR Missions $14 Crack on back of case
Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero $30
Parasite Eve $30 Missing manual; missing bonus disc; cracks on back of case
Rally Cross $8
Resident Evil 2 $38
Resident Evil Survivor $46 Inside a replacement case as the original was cracked; the original case can be provided on request
Road Rash $21 Insert and disc in good shape; case is rough and will need to be replaced
Silent Hill $55 Disc only
Soul Blade $15 Green label
Star Ocean: The Second Story $20 No manual; front of case has a big crack
The Legend of Dragoon $30 No manual; crack on front of case
Tomb Raider $20
Tomb Raider II $10
Twisted Metal 2 $31 Green label
Twisted Metal 4 $19

PlayStation 2

Game Price Note
Amplitude $7 Missing the manual; disc has light scratches that are easily repaired
Chaos Wars $17
Fatal Frame III: The Tormented $50
Final Fantasy VII: Dirge of Cerberus $29
Final Fantasy XII $12 Collector's Edition
Frequency $9
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex $45
God Hand $125
Gradius V $60
Grandia III $25 I think the game is in a non-original case; price reduced
Growlanser: Heritage of War $95 Limited Edition; factory sealed
Half-Life $50
Haunting Ground $300
Katamari Damacy $10 Disc has minor scratches; easily repaired
Kingdom Hearts II $10 Shiny insert
Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver 2 $13 Scuffs on case; disc, insert, and manual are fine
Mad Maestro $4
Mister Mosquito $70 Minor scuff on back of case
Odin Sphere $19
Oni $12 Some damage to the front of the case; everything else in great shape; unsure if this is the original case, but it is PS2 branded
Project Eden $8
Rygar $6 Minor scuff on front of case; disc has light scratches that are easily repaired
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga $10
Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2 $14 Minor scuff on front of case
Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne $40 Limited Edition
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 $55 Limited Edition; some wear on out box and front of game case
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 FES $23
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 $24 Factory sealed
Skygunner $80
Soul Calibur III $15 Includes bonus demo disc
Space Channel 5: Special Edition $20
Stella Deus: The Gate of Eternity $30 Disc has minor scratches; easily repaired
Stretch Panic $19 Minor scuff on front of case
Tales of Legendia $20
Tales of the Abyss $30
The Bouncer $22
Time Crisis 3 $30 Guncon bundle; box and case have scuffs; disc is dirty with very visible scratches; scratches are not deep and very repairable; note these old guncon games often only function on cathode ray tube televisions and not modern TV tech like LCD, LED, etc.
Twisted Metal: Head On $17 Includes the art book
Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria $26 Minor scuff on front of case
We Love Katamari $17
Wild Arms - Alter Code: F $90

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PSP (in comments)

SNES (in comments)

Wii and Wii U (in comments)

Xbox

Game Price Note
Advent Rising $8
Armed and Dangerous $9
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II $28
Black $10 Noticeable scratches on disc that are very repairable; plays fine
Blood Omen 2 $10
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth $55
Castlevania: Curse of Darkness $20
Conker: Live & Reloaded $45 Great shape
Crimson Skies $7
Dead or Alive Ultimate $21 Each game is still factory sealed; contains DoA 1 & 2
Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball $15 Includes holographic insert; special insert has a few scrapes
Destroy All Humans $4 Loose; no game case
Dungeons & Dragons: Heroes $15
Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil $10
Doom 3 $15 Limited Collector's Edition; great shape
Dreamfall $20
Family Guy $13
Fatal Frame $39 Minor damage on front of case and insert; would look amazing if swapped into a replacement case
Futurama $140 Great shape
Grabbed by the Ghoulies $12
Grand Theft Auto $25 Rockstar Double Pack; Includes GTAIII and Vice City; includes the posters and Rockstar sticker
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas $15 Includes map; should be first edition containing the "Hot Coffee" data on disc
Indigo Prophecy $10
Jade Empire $13 Limited Edition
Legacy of Kain: Defiance $10
Mega Man: Anniversary Collection $10
Mercenaries $8
Metal Arms: Glitch in the System $13
Ninja Gaiden Black $22 Noticeable scratches on disc that are very repairable; plays fine
Oddworld: Munch's Odyssey $9
Otogi 2: Immortal Warriors $25
Otogi: Myth of Demons $30 cracked top of case; would look amazing if swapped into a replacement case
Panzer Dragoon Orta $45
Psi-Ops: The Mindgate Conspiracy $8 With my miiiiiiind!!!!
Psychonauts $30
Return to Castle Wolfenstein $9
Sega GT 2002 / Jet Set Radio Future $13 Combo disc
Sid Meier's Pirates! $12
Silent Hill 4: The Room $25
Soul Calibur II $7
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast $20
Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy $20
Star Wars: Battlefront II $20 Minor damage on front of case; would look amazing if swapped into a replacement case
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic $15
Star Wars: Republic Commando $20
Stubbs the Zombie $100 Minor damage on front of case; would look amazing if swapped into a replacement case
The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King $9
The Lord of the Rings: The Third Age $9
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers $7
The Matrix: Path of Neo $7
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge $25 Near mint
The Suffering $15
Thief: Deadly Shadows $10
Worms 4: Mayhem $10

Xbox 360 (2 parts in comments)

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Strategy Guides (3 parts in comments)

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2020.06.29 22:14 ZB4 Chapo Ep. Guide

Title Duration Guests Hosts Date Reading/Viewing Series Topics of Discussion/Riffs
- Bryan interviews Will, Matt, and Felix about seeing 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi in theaters 01:34:55 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne Felix, Matt, Will 02 February 2016 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
1 THA SAGA BEGINS 01:18:35 13 March 2016
2 We Need to Talk About Kevin (a.k.a Enta the Dungeon) 01:20:49 19 March 2016 Kevin D. Williamson
3 Freeway Ross Douthat Sailboat Dope 01:31:27 Brendan James 27 March 2016 Privilege: Harvard and the Education of the Ruling Class by Ross Douthat
4 Bernie Blanco From the Bronx 01:43:54 03 April 2016 Scalia’s Death
5 What's So Civil About the Civil War Anyway? 01:18:04 Carl Beijer 10 April 2016 Kurt Schlichter John Kasich Campaign Events
6 Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice & Development 01:11:06 Matt V. Brady 17 April 2016 Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice Chapo Mediaite Profile
7 The Prince & the Egg: An Anil Dash Adventure 01:22:52 24 April 2016 Kevin D. Williamson
8 Children of Bruen 01:13:17 Elizabeth Bruenig 01 May 2016 Strip Club Ennui from The Federalist The Innovation Party, The Baseball Crank
9 Trump Stakes or Election 2016: The Age of Apocalypse 01:20:53 08 May 2016 Ben Shapiro, Milo, Ben Carson, Erdogan Street Team
10 No FoPo, Fight the Blob 01:20:01 Derek Davison 15 May 2016 Rod Dreher Iran, ‘The Blob’, Ben Rhodes
11B Doctor Faustus 00:32:16 18 May 2016 Joshua Foust
11 Cranking the Donkey 01:11:59 Matt Taibbi 22 May 2016
12B The French Vasectomy 00:39:28 25 May 2016
12 Love That Ron 01:00:14 Virgil Texas 29 May 2016 Applebee's America Carl Digger, Ron Fournier, Chris Cilliza, Mark Halperin, HotSoup.com
13B Eyes Wide Cuck 00:51:03 01 June 2016 Kimbo Slice, Al Giordano
13 Justified But Woke 01:19:47 Connor Kilpatrick 06 June 2016 The Bernie Sanders I Thought I Knew Is Gone
14 Chillin' In Cedar Rapids Iowa 01:06:09 13 June 2016 Al Giordano, Peter Thiel
15 Alligator Tears 00:51:04 Roqayah Chammseddine 16 June 2016 The Gator Tweet
16 The Male Female Radio Hour 01:20:56 Lee Fang 20 June 2016 Dennis Prager William F. Buckley's sailboat, Adbusters
17 The Road to Soavedom 00:52:33 Robby Soave 25 June 2016
18 The Upset Guv'ner: DeCrecio's Brexit Bungle 01:25:00 Jonathan Shanin 26 June 2016 Rod Dreher, various Brexit opinions Politicon, Brexit, Chapo Mail Bag
19 Boobs, Sir, I Punched the Bursar 01:03:04 30 June 2016 The Federalist
20 Chapo vs. Sherdog: UFC 2000 01:27:30 Jordan Breen 05 July 2016 Charles Murray
21 Oaxaca Flocka Flame 00:44:40 Tony (@MexicAnarchist) 08 July 2016
22 The Trap Is A MESS 01:31:09 Vic Berger 11 July 2016 Courage is Contagious by John Kasich
23 Reign All Over My Face 01:01:41 14 July 2016 Reign Over Me
24 Gulens Gonna Gulen 01:19:04 Derek Davison 18 July 2016 We Are The Left
25 Lady Ghostbusters 01:02:19 Amber A'Lee Frost 24 July 2016 Ghostbusters (2016)
26 ReTHUGlican National CRIMEvation 01:14:43 Bryan Quinby 25 July 2016 DNC Emails
27 Tomorrow Belongs to Them 01:26:44 Dan O'Sullivan 30 July 2016
28 Chapo Comes Alive! 01:17:40 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 03 August 2016
29 London Falling 00:56:14 Sam Kriss 03 August 2016 London Has Fallen
30 Freeway Ross Douthat Pt. 2: The Harvard Plug 01:19:03 Brendan James 05 August 2016 Privilege: Harvard and the Education of the Ruling Class by Ross Douthat
31 Brooklyn Tyrannical Gardens 00:59:13 11 August 2016
32 Suicide Is Shameless 01:04:40 Matt V. Brady 15 August 2016 Suicide Squad
33 The Uncucking of the Candidate 01:12:16 Libby Watson 18 August 2016 Wonkette
34 Masculinity for Boys 01:16:25 22 August 2016 David French
35 Bloodlands 01:14:19 Adrian Bonenberger 25 August 2016
36 Dear Gulen 01:33:29 Liza Featherstone 29 August 2016 The Federalist, Dear Prudie
37 Teen Party 00:57:14 Brandon Wardell 01 September 2016
38 Elevator to Heaven 01:20:23 Maria Hengevald 05 September 2016
39 The Conqueror 01:10:51 Derek Davison 09 September 2016 The Conquerer
40 Sborts Night 01:34:47 Greg Howard 12 September 2016 In Saudi Arabia, a revolution disguised as reform in the Washington Post
41 Smash 01:15:52 Alex Nichols (@Lowenaffchen) 16 September 2016 Crash (2004)
42 Uber for Ubermensch 01:30:43 Ed Zitron and Noah Kulwin 18 September 2016
43 ElfQuest 01:16:43 22 September 2016 Rod Dreher, profile of Jim Cooley
44 The Gowanus Ideas Festival 01:22:33 Virgil Texas and Sam Kriss 26 September 2016 David Brooks, Ross Douthat
45 Cath Bash 01:09:52 01 October 2016
46 No Cucks in the Foxhole 00:59:07 James Adomian 04 October 2016
Knowledge God 00:36:15 04 October 2016 “The right to vote should be restricted to those with knowledge” and “Finally. Someone who thinks like me”
47 I Am Legend 01:06:41 Francis (@ArmyStang) 06 October 2016 American Sniper
48 A Problem from Heck 01:20:57 Chase Madar 09 October 2016
49 Caleb 01:01:29 12 October 2016 Caleb
50 AKP 50th Episode Ergenekon Extravaganza 01:17:51 Matt Karp 17 October 2016
51 The Post Officers 01:08:46 Katherine Krueger 19 October 2016
52 Dirty Wars 2: Rise of McRaven 01:17:11 Jeremy Scahill 23 October 2016
53 The French Resistance 00:58:08 Alexander Zaitchik 26 October 2016
54 Trap House of Horror: The Hanging Boyz 00:48:21 Kath Barbadoro 30 October 2016
55 The Chapofication of the Western Male 01:01:38 02 November 2016
- Walther Interview 00:44:00 Matthew Walther 06 November 2016
56 Under Siege Year 3: Before Year Zero 01:01:27 Brendan James 07 November 2016
57 Chapo News Network Election Night Live Show 01:41:01 Virgil Texas 08 November 2016
58 We Live in the Zone Now 01:00:44 Virgil Texas 12 November 2016
59 Tell Your God to Ready for Chud 01:02:11 Matt Karp and Connor Kilpatrick 17 November 2016
60 Off-Off-Broadway 01:05:41 Erin Gloria Ryan 20 November 2016 Hillary Clinton Is More Than a President by Virginia Heffernan
61 Who Makes the Nazis? 00:53:19 Ricky Rawls 24 November 2016
62 Chapo Struggle Session 00:58:23 30 November 2016 Rod Dreher
- Felix After Dark 00:38:04 03 December 2016
63 SuccessFail: The McMegan Story 01:22:04 Ezekiel Kweku 04 December 2016 The Up Side of Down: Why Failing Well Is the Key to Success by Megan McArdle
64 Candyman IV: Curse of Caleb 00:53:41 Katie Halper 08 December 2016 Caleb
65 No Future 01:06:39 Adam Curtis 11 December 2016
66 Pizza Party! 01:08:04 Jacob Bacharach 16 December 2016
67 The Swordfish Episode 00:56:24 17 December 2016
- The Inebriated Past 00:36:42 21 December 2016
68 Applebees Christmas Spectacular 01:09:27 Kath Barbadoro 23 December 2016 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
69 Angela & Strawberry 00:57:34 James Adomian 29 December 2016
70 Real Strain Hours 01:03:36 Libby Watson 04 January 2017
71 Crapo Cat House: The Half-Lost Episode 01:16:56 Alex Nichols 09 January 2017 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
72 The Pre-Taped Call-In Show 01:00:32 13 January 2017
73 Better Call Saul Alinsky 01:04:49 Bill Corbett 15 January 2017 Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party
74 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. 1 01:03:42 18 January 2017
75 Mr. Chapo Goes to Washington 01:05:09 Sam Kriss 22 January 2017
76 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. 2 00:59:53 24 January 2017
77 No Country for Gorilla Men 01:11:08 Matt Taibbi 29 January 2017
78 Terminal 00:55:57 31 January 2017
- Mixed Martial Law 01:01:40 Karim Zadan 02 February 2017
79 Our Values Are Under Attack 00:57:16 Tim Heidecker 06 February 2017 True Allegiance by Ben Shapiro
80 Kolob Trap House 01:00:09 Adam Friedland 09 February 2017
81 The Devil In Mother Jones 01:00:30 Shane Bauer 12 February 2017
82 War Is Heck 00:48:57 Brace Belden 13 February 2017
83 Boston Skrong 01:02:20 15 February 2017 Patriot’s Day
84 President Wario 01:13:12 19 February 2017
85 The Appropriaters 00:52:11 Shuja Haider 22 February 2017
86 Fash the Patriarchy 00:51:40 Angela Nagle 26 February 2017
87 The Basketball Snob 01:00:24 02 March 2017
88 Sebastian Goku 01:07:50 Derek Davison 05 March 2017
89 Napoleanic Rules for Success 01:09:56 @Trillburne 10 March 2017 The Duellists
90 Gorka's Revenge 01:01:43 James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 12 March 2017
91 The Lasagne Code 00:53:46 Leon (@leyawn) 17 March 2017 Caleb
92 No. 1 in Heaven 00:49:56 20 March 2017
93 Madness? THIS IS CHAPO 01:00:30 23 March 2017 300
94 The Brian Johnstown Massacre 01:16:38 Jacob Bacharach 26 March 2017
95 Hillbilly Smellegy 01:03:14 Matt Sitman 30 March 2017 Hillbilly Elegy
96 Night At The Museum 01:05:53 Tim Heidecker (as Alex Jones) 02 April 2017 Some personal notes on the ‘Blacksonian’ by Jay Nordlinger for the National Review
97 Hollywood Upstairs Medical College 01:19:39 Timothy Faust 06 April 2017
98 Gorka II: The Gorkaning 01:06:39 Alex Pareene and James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 09 April 2017
99 Taxi To the Dark Side 01:06:58 Adam Friedland 13 April 2017
100 Chapo Goes To College 01:44:51 Timothy Faust 17 April 2017
101 Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc 01:12:51 19 April 2017 The West Wing
102 Maintaining Emotional Control 01:06:54 Rob Delaney 23 April 2017
103 Décision Désk La France 00:55:00 James Adomian 26 April 2017
104 We've Always Been Here 01:23:01 30 April 2017 People's Republic by Kurt Schlichter
105 The Grey Ladykillers 01:19:12 04 May 2017 Op-Eds from The New York Times, Rod Dreher
106 Work No Play 01:27:54 Timothy Faust and Miya Tokumitsu 07 May 2017 Health-Care Blame Game by David French in the National Review
107 Fight Club 00:57:23 Karim Zidan 10 May 2017
108 Night On Bald Mountain 01:22:08 Matt Bruenig 14 May 2017
109 Media Twatters 01:09:16 Libby Watson 19 May 2017 The New York Times
110 The Rocktober Revolution 01:12:07 China Miéville 22 May 2017
111 The Goddamn Freaking News 01:19:40 24 May 2017 The Newsroom
112 Orbsplainer 01:13:32 David Cross 25 May 2017
113 Hit and Run 01:00:07 R.L. Stephens 01 June 2017
114 Meat The Press 00:57:17 Alex Nichols 04 June 2017
- God Save Our Jezza 00:38:31 Jonathan Shainin 06 June 2017
115 Austin Shitty Limits 01:05:18 Brian Gaar 07 June 2017 The Vanishing American Adult by Ben Sasse
- Chapo Global Edition: You Down With GCC? 01:19:40 Derek Davison 08 June 2017
116 Jezz In My Pants 01:00:11 12 June 2017
117 Kill All Nermals 01:11:03 Angela Nagle 14 June 2017
118 From Russia With CHUD 01:05:04 Sarah Jones 18 June 2017 Beware of Blaming Government for London Tower Fire by Megan McArdle
- The Inebriated Past: Sewer Surfin' 00:38:09 21 June 2017
119 Bating For Gadot 01:07:54 25 June 2017 Wonder Woman
120 Fearless Girlilla Mindset 01:09:25 28 June 2017 Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich
121 These Things I Believe 01:12:30 04 July 2017
122 The Virgin Suicides 01:16:03 Adam Friedland 06 July 2017 Steven Crowder, Ben Shapiro on Celibacy
123 UBIsoft 01:00:05 Clio Chang 10 July 2017
124 Gabagool 01:16:39 13 July 2017 Megan McArdle, David Brooks, Trump as Pericles
125 Fast And Furious: Toledo Drifter 00:55:20 Tim Heidecker 15 July 2017 Gorilla Mindset by Mike Cernovich
126 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. III: The Russian Interference 01:01:04 19 July 2017
127 Dr. Dementia 01:09:08 Ricky Rawls 23 July 2017 Rod Dreher
128 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. IV: The Russian Interference 01:30:23 26 July 2017
129 The Affordable Covfefe Act 01:06:33 Timothy T-Bone Faust 30 July 2017
130 The Milk People 01:11:45 Libby Watson 04 August 2017
131 Deep Dish Chapo: Live @ The Hideout 01:08:18 09 August 2017
- Bonus Deep Dish Chapo: Live @ The Hideout 01:09:06 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 12 August 2017
132 Bloco's Modern Life 01:17:02 Marcus Barnett and Catarina Príncipe and Djordje Kuzmanovic 12 August 2017
133 Antifap 00:57:59 Shuja Haider 18 August 2017
134 Memento Maury 01:00:23 Joe Mande 20 August 2017
135 Barron Protectors 01:15:08 Leslie Lee 23 August 2017 ??? by the National Review
136 Lullaby For Lanyards 01:02:11 Joe Prince 27 August 2017
137 HUMINT Centipede 01:20:21 29 August 2017
138 Verrit Carefully 01:09:15 Alex Nichols 05 September 2017
139 Enter The Noid 01:11:43 07 September 2017
140 DACA Flocka Flame 01:12:22 Karina Moreno 09 September 2017
141 Chapo Cartoon Cavalcade 01:13:27 14 September 2017
142 The Schlock Doctrine 01:09:31 Naomi Klein 17 September 2017 Under Anesthesia, Everything Was Beautiful by Peggy Noonan
143 Splattering of the Juggalos 01:16:26 21 September 2017 Articles from The Federalist and Rod Dreher
144 White Men Can't Drumpf 01:00:12 24 September 2017
145 Return of the Blob 01:06:40 Derek Davison 28 September 2017
146 Better Ingredients, Better Healthcare, Chapo Johns 01:07:21 Timothy Faust 01 October 2017 Why Is Italian Food So Amazing? by Megan McArdle
147 Gun Kata 01:04:09 05 October 2017
148 Lost In The Sauce 01:08:23 Patton Oswalt 09 October 2017
149 Live @ The Biltmore Hotel 00:54:24 James Adomian 12 October 2017
150 Get Kony 00:47:45 Tim Heidecker 14 October 2017
151 Cass Rules Everything Around Me 01:13:59 19 October 2017
152 Iran Off On the Plug Twice 01:08:39 22 October 2017 The Cobbler
153 Dry Goys 01:01:17 Eli Valley 26 October 2017
154 Listening Tour 01:01:21 30 October 2017 On Safari in Trump's America by The Atlantic
155 The Antifa Treason And Plot 01:10:07 Will Sommer 02 November 2017
156 38 Ways to Fix Puerto Rico 01:24:56 Aída Chávez 06 November 2017 38 Ways to Fix Democracy by The Washington Post
- I’d Rather Be Salman 00:40:19 Derek Davison 08 November 2017
157 Brazile Nuts 01:15:24 David Roth 09 November 2017 Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns That Put Donald Trump in the White House by Donna Brazile
158 Double Flynndemnity 01:08:35 13 November 2017 Greta Van Sustren and her apology app
159 Gentleman Ben Franklin 01:16:17 Bill Corbett 16 November 2017 In Search of Liberty
SPECIAL HOLIDAY BONUS EP - In Search of Liberty Chapo Special Audio Commentary 01:32:21 Bill Corbett 24 November 2017
160 Live at the Bell House 01:23:00 16 November 2017
161 Gladiator Boy 01:12:37 25 November 2017 Ben Shapiro, a Provocative ‘Gladiator,’ Battles to Win Young Conservatives from the New York Times
162 Arab Spring Breakers 01:09:36 James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 28 November 2017
163 Motherbox XXX (The Justice League Episode) 01:15:17 29 November 2017 Justice League
164 The Deficit Rag 01:17:39 04 December 2017
165 New York State of Mindfulness 01:11:18 Mike Recine 06 December 2017 Where Silicon Valley Is Going to Get in Touch With Its Soul from the New York Times
166 The Water Genious 01:16:06 Nomiki Konst 10 December 2017
167 The Poop Touchening 01:15:42 Matt Bruenig and Ryan Cooper 14 December 2017 David Brooks
168 Nut Neutrality 01:13:59 Sam Seder 17 December 2017
169 Alternative Failson Tax 01:08:34 20 December 2017 3 Reasons Millennials Should Ditch Karl Marx for Ayn Rand by the Foundation for Economic Education
170 A Christman Carol 00:44:26 James Adomian (as Chris Matthews and Sebastian Gorka) and Brendan James 24 December 2017
171 The Way of the Shadow Wolves 01:12:54 28 December 2017 The Way of the Shadow Wolves by Steven Seagal, Megan McArdle’s Kitchen Guide
172 So It's Come To This... 01:26:56 Brendan James 31 December 2017
173 Pontypool Chapos Everything 01:27:07 03 January 2018
174 Ooohh Baby I Like It Raw 01:11:46 07 January 2018 Unfiltered Fervor: The Rush to Get Off the Water Grid from the New York Times
175 The Dark Professor 01:12:04 09 January 2018 It's Time to Bomb North Korea from Foreign Policy
176 Any Port In a Stormy 01:17:43 Alex Pareene 13 January 2018
177 The News Queen 01:10:09 Brendan James 17 January 2018 The Post
178 Government Nutdown 01:08:46 22 January 2018
179 The Inebriated Past Part 3: SDS and the Weather Underground 01:06:33 25 January 2018
180 D Triple C 6 Mafia 01:05:18 Ryan Grim 25 January 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Kaniela Ing 01:01:49 Kaniela Ing Virgil 31 January 2018
181 Potus6ix9ine 01:15:39 02 February 2018
182 Soup or Bowl? 01:25:45 05 February 2018 Megan McArdle
183 GlenGreenwald Glen Ross 01:16:57 Glenn Greenwald 07 February 2018
184 The United States of Care Lords 01:25:51 Dino Guastella 11 February 2018 TPUSA activist’s essay
185 Own Your Own Immigrant! 01:10:21 15 February 2018
186 Executive Producer 01:17:17 Richard D. Wolff 18 February 2018
187 Mumsnet 00:53:00 Marcus Barnett 21 February 2018
188 Menaker Facts Stated 01:14:23 Daniel Menaker 25 February 2018 Dennis Prager
189 All That Is Solid Melts Into Sauce 01:03:52 Patton Oswalt 27 February 2018
190 School's Out 01:17:23 Michael Mochaidean 04 March 2018
191 The Shape of Whiffen 01:12:25 David Cross 07 March 2018 Rod Dreher
192 Spice World 01:20:53 Jacob Bacharach 10 March 2018 Megan McArdle
193 AIPAC: All Eyez On Me 01:15:38 Noah Kulwin 15 March 2018
- Break Up Rex 00:52:13 Derek Davison 17 March 2018
194 F*ck 12 01:19:32 Shuja Haider and James Adomian (as Elon Musk) 18 March 2018 12 Rules for Life by Jordan B. Peterson
195 Frost/Christman: Marx and the Movies 01:00:01 22 March 2018 The Death of Stalin, The Young Karl Marx
196 Crazy Joe's Folly 01:13:58 26 March 2018
197 The YIMBY Failing Project 01:11:04 Shanti Singh 28 March 2018
198 Asked & Answered 01:06:12 03 April 2018
199 Ready Chapo One 01:09:32 Matt V. Brady 05 April 2018 Ready Player One
200 The Jeffrey Goldberg Variations 01:17:30 James Adomian (as Kurt Eichenwald) 09 April 2018
201 The Social Networth 01:06:52 Libby Watson 12 April 2018
202 Sgt. Anne Marie Slaughter 01:36:57 Dan Finn and Eric Blanc 15 April 2018
203 The Truth About Cats & Syria 01:19:44 John Dolan 19 April 2018
204 Comey the Clown 01:21:35 Katherine Krueger 23 April 2018 A Higher Loyalty by James Comey
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Dan Canon 00:50:37 Dan Canon 24 April 2018
205 The Energy Shiftening 01:09:30 Will Sommer and James Adomian (as Qanon) 27 April 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Geneviéve Jones-Wright 00:56:25 Geneviéve Jones-Wright 30 April 2018
206 Dry Boys Ride Again 01:02:57 01 May 2018
207 Law And Ordurrrr 01:01:46 03 May 2018
208 Donnie's World Tour 01:04:15 Derek Davison 06 May 2018
209 Death Becomes You 00:58:14 Barbara Ehrenreich 09 May 2018
210 ICE to See You 01:10:22 Jake Flores 13 May 2018
211 Sergeant Hands 01:03:40 17 May 2018 12 Strong: The Declassified True Story of the Horse Soldiers
212 Borderline 01:26:37 Brendan James 21 May 2018
- Bonus: Matt and Mike Duncan Talk 'Revolutions' 00:54:22 Mike Duncan 23 May 2018
213 In Conclusion, Palestine is a Land of Contrasts 00:55:33 Rawan (@intifadarling) 23 May 2018
214 6 Weird Election Tricks That ACTUALLY Work! 01:10:19 David Faris 27 May 2018
215 Patriots, Pragmatists & PissPigs 01:16:41 31 May 2018
216 First Time, Long Time feat. PFT Commenter 01:27:54 Eric Sollenberger 03 June 2018
217 Feeling Q and Sad rn 01:26:05 07 June 2018
218 The President's Neck Is Missing 01:29:09 David Roth 10 June 2018 The President is Missing, NYC’s Subway should be filled with Hoverboards instead
219 Da [email protected] 01:14:06 Alex Nichols 15 June 2018
220 Camp Donald 01:19:09 Libby Watson and James Adomian (as Jesse Ventura) 17 June 2018
221 M. Night Shyamalan's The Villages 01:24:09 Osita Nwanevu 21 June 2018
222 RESPECT. 01:15:26 Adam Friedland and Mike Recine 24 June 2018 Gotti
- Bonus — Felix interviews Tarpley Hitt 00:43:42 Tarpley Hitt 25 June 2018
223 Fight Court 01:09:20 27 June 2018
- Behind the Laughter: Mike Reiss 01:02:00 Mike Reiss 29 June 2018
224 Cortez the Killer 01:23:36 Trevor Beaulieu and Katherine Krueger 02 July 2018
225 The Poster's Crusade 01:15:21 06 July 2018 Yes, We Still Can by Dan Pfeiffer
226 Islands in the Stream 01:27:42 09 July 2018
- Bonus: Virgil Interviews Julia Salazar, LIVE! 00:59:00 Julia Salazar Virgil 10 July 2018
227 PEN 15 01:02:05 11 July 2018 Range 15
- Bonus: Chris talks to Occupy ICE Portland 00:12:27 Jordan Chris 12 July 2018
228 Supreme Clientele 01:22:13 Ashley Feinberg and James Adomian 15 July 2018
- Bonus: SEX! Now that we have your attention: Work 01:00:45 Tai and Conner Habib 17 July 2018
229 Double A beep beep M L O! 01:10:34 Karina Moreno and Brendan James 19 July 2018
230 A Colossal Wreck 01:06:27 22 July 2018
231 Quiz Boys 00:55:21 Michael Kupperman 25 July 2018
232 America, You Sexy Bigfoot! 01:23:02 30 July 2018 America, You Sexy Bitch!
233 Frost/Christman Presents: The Purges 01:13:57 Kal (friend of Amber Frost) and Aaron J. Leonard 01 August 2018 The Purge film series
234 Congrat's 01:06:13 05 August 2018 Hope Never Dies: An Obama Biden Mystery
235 Q Let the Dogs Out? 01:18:44 Will Sommer 10 August 2018
236 Space Force: Mobile Infantry 01:15:27 13 August 2018
237 Our Cool Friends 00:57:49 Derek Davison 16 August 2018
- Bonus: Interview with Parquet Courts' A. Savage 00:56:59 A. Savage (of the band Parquet Courts) 18 August 2018
238 The Mueller's Tale 01:26:04 20 August 2018 John Podhoretz
- Bonus: Chris Talks to Stonybrook Apartments Activists 00:33:45 Crystal (head of the Stonybrook Tenant Association) and Grant 23 August 2018
239 Fact Fight 01:11:21 Matt Bruenig 24 August 2018
240 The Shittalk Express 01:16:22 27 August 2018
241 Hot Couch Nation 01:08:59 Stavros Halkias and Matt V. Brady 30 August 2018
242 Touched by a Funeral 01:06:12 03 September 2018
243 Live at DC's 9:30 Club 01:33:03 07 September 2018
- Bonus: Virgil interviews Cynthia Nixon 00:17:14 Cynthia Nixon September 10 September 2018
244 A Nice Chill Show 00:56:54 11 September 2018
245 Inebriated Past 5: Monster Fash 00:51:55 13 September 2018
246-1 Best of New England Live, Part 1 01:45:09 18 September 2018
246-2 Best of New England Live, Part 2 01:06:20 19 September 2018
247 Mayans, M.C. 01:16:19 Bryan Quinby 20 September 2018
Unions: They’re Good Folks! 00:34:16 Bhaskar Sunkara 22 September 2018
248 Too Many Bretts 01:19:47 24 September 2018
249 The Kneeling Drunkard's Plea 01:12:53 Dave Anthony 28 September 2018
Fascism II: The Legend of Adolf’s Gold 00:28:47 Matt 30 September 2018
250 Big Dickinson Energy 01:28:28 Alena Smith 01 October 2018 Frank Bruni
251 Sonic Reductionism 01:08:21 Briahna Joy Gray 06 October 2018
252 Rob Dreher's The Exorcist 01:31:46 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 09 October 2018 Rod Dreher
253 Full Goop Mode 01:12:42 12 October 2018
254 Best of the Midwest: Columbus & Chicago 01:42:10 Bryan Quinby and Brett Payne 15 October 2018 Campus Battlefield: How Conservatives Can WIN the Battle on Campus and Why It Matters by Charlie Kirk
255 Best of the Midwest: Mostly Minneapolis 01:07:21 20 October 2018
256 Ass, Grass or Sasse 01:05:00 22 October 2018
257 Public Banking 01:09:00 Josh Androsky 25 October 2018 David French
- Brazil 00:50:30 Ben Fogel Amber 26 October 2018
258 Lesko’s Lament 01:05:37 29 October 2018
259 The D’Souzaverse: Soros Rising 01:10:39 01 November 2018 Death of a Nation: Can We Save America a Second Time? By Dinesh D’Souza
260 Wonk the Pain Away: An Election Special 01:51:06 Will Sommer 04 November 2018
- Ham Man Bad 00:52:56 05 November 2018 Unintimidated by Scott Walker
261 Teen Party II 01:07:03 Brandon Wardell 08 November 2018
262 Blood and Cheesecake 01:23:48 11 November 2018
263 Who Defines the Definers? 01:11:09 15 November 2018
- Bonus: Chris Discusses U.S. Navy Bombing of the Mariana Islands 00:36:42 Sophia Perez Chris 16 November 2018
264 The Golden Ones 01:16:27 ContraPoints 18 November 2018
265 Thanksgiving Dinar 01:06:38 Felix, Matt, Will 21 November 2018
Bonus: Chris Talks Hurricane Relief & "Disaster Socialism" with Tallahassee DSA 00:43:56 Chris 22 November 2018
266 Rod Friended Me 01:22:00 James Adomian 27 November 2018 Rod Dreher
267 Eric the Bewitched 01:10:30 29 November 2018
268 Condom Depot Presents: Fighting in the Age of Horniness 01:09:00 Jon Bois Felix, Will, Amber 02 December 2018
269 Live at Princeton: Master Debaters 01:24:46 07 December 2018
270 Beto Males 01:24:31 Elizabeth Bruenig 10 December 2018 The Right War for the Right Reasons - The Weekly Standard, Why We Miss the WASPs
271 Hollow Men 01:18:56 Libby Watson Felix, Will 13 December 2018
272 The Butterfly Effect 01:11:25 Matt, Will, Amber 18 December 2018
273 Monoa, No Problem 01:16:07 21 December 2018 Aquaman
274 Chapo Trap House Presents: It's A Willderful Life 00:50:32 James Adomian, Katherine Krueger, Adam Friedland, Stavros Halkias, Nick Mullen Felix, Matt, Will, Amber, Virgil, Chris 24 December 2018
275 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. V: Musks of Nyarlathotep 02:25:18 Felix, Matt, Will 27 December 2018
276 Under the Hood at the Beltway Garage 01:08:55 31 December 2018
277 Tabletop Game Theory Pt. VI: Musks of Nyarlathotep 02:26:29 Felix, Matt, Will 03 January 2019
278 Vision 2020 01:08:59 06 January 2019 new congress (aoc, tlaib), trump wall fight
279 Paul Walls 01:10:33 Matt V. Brady 10 January 2019 Australian’s Have More Fun by Bari Weiss walls 10, AOC wikifeet 9
280 MacKenzie's 60 Billion Dollar Challenge 01:14:16 Amber, Matt, Will 14 January 2019 it's bernie bitch 8, bezos divorce/60bn 7
281 Burger Night 01:19:25 David Roth 16 January 2019 trump burgers and reactions 8.5, shutdown 8
282 Syzygy of a Down 01:23:31 Gillian Russom and Karla Griego 21 January 2019 abortion rally maga schoolkid video 9
283 Contrarian Corner 01:08:42 Felix, Will 24 January 2019 felix contrarian cold open 9, venezuela 7.5, harris declares 7.5, contrarian oscars 6
284 Dave & Busters 01:26:42 27 January 2019 shutdown end-strike, pelosi; immigration; trumpism after trump; bernie 2020; ojeda
Bonus: Venti Schultz Roast 20:02:00 28 January 2019 “Onward” and “Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time” by Howard Schultz
285 Studio 69 01:16:31 31 January 2019 Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip [2000s culture, serious comedy, credentialism, sfuture sorkin on podcasts]
286 Soul Man 01:08:48 05 February 2019 PSA against M4A, Bookefilibuster, Northam blackface, J Mendoza Ferrer
287 Killy Elliott 01:11:37 John Schwarz 07 February 2019 TOO NICE TO WIN? ISRAEL’S DILEMMA by John Podhoretz
288 So You Want to Start a Union Brace Belden 10 February 2019
289 Support the Tropes 01:13:38 14 February 2019 A Colossal Wreck by Alexander Cockburn omar antisemitic tropes 9*, omar on abrams 8, harris weed 8.5, larouche dead 85
290 Maximum Boot 01:09:15 Lyle Jeremy Rubin Felix, Matt, Will 18 February 2019 The Corrosion of Conservatism lydon larouche 7, max boot memoir+past 8, libs and neocons 9, "anti-war" tucker 8.5
291 Brnie or Bst 01:14:36 02 February 2019 The Classicist Who Sees Donald Trump as a Tragic Hero by Isaac Chotiner bernie declares (2016 rehash), b v warren, tulsi; NYT - idealist Bernie v pragmatic Klobuchar
292 Hats Off to Larry
293 The Nissan Sentra Cannot Hold Niskanen centre-moderation, horseshoe, Tony Blair speech
294 CPAC: Judgement Days 02:10:48 CPAC - wohl/loomer, kirk/don jfalwell jr, diamond and silk, TPUSA party, trump speech
295 Ballistic: Frost vs Menaker 07 March 2019 Sanders rally 7, Cuba 7, AOC on Omar 9.5
296 The Unsullied 01:09:10 11 March 2019 Ilhan Omar is the Steve King of the Left from WaPo and Ilhan Omar meets Mrs Maisel tucker radio leaks 7.5, Omar antis - M Mccain, Maisel fanfic, Omar=Steve King 9, yang gang 8
297 King, Warrior, Magician, Lover Rob Delaney 13 March 2019 college admissions 7, brexit votes 7, porn, NHS, shootings 8
This is Where I Leave EU
298 The Israel Nerd Eli Valley 18 March 2019 Trump’s Hannukah Party reminded me of why America is great for Jews NZ shooting- Chelsea heckled 9, M Mc on E Valley 8.5,
Bonus: Will Interviews Kim Stanley Robinson with The Antifada Kim Stanley Robinson 21 March 2019
299 All Cops Are Burgers 01:12:26 Bill Oakley 21 March 2019
300 EMERGENCY POD: THE MUELLER REPORT James Adomian (as Sebastian Gorka) 24 March 2019 Glenn Beck’s a Christmas Sweater
301 The Magicians Alex Pareene 27 March 2019
302 The Russia House Matt Taibbi 01 April 2019
303 In the Golan Heights Derek Davison 04 April 2019 Jackson Beale, Trump’s Intervention in Venezuela has stalled, The UK has gone mad by Thomas Friedman
304 Moby Dick Energy 01:21:33 08 April 2019
305 A Simple Plan Leigh Phillips and Michal Rozworski 11 April 2019
306 2 Cities, 1 Cup 01:27:53 14 April 2019 The Right Side of History by Ben Shapiro
307 The Inebriated Past: American Conspiracies 01:18:56 17 April 2019
308 There’s Nothing Like a Dame Nick Hayes 21 April 2019 The Rematch: Bernie Sanders versus a Clinton Loyalist, Stop Sanders Democrats are…
309 The Trumpman Prophecies 24 April 2019 The Trump Prophecy
Bonus: Virgil Interviews John Cameron Mitchell on "Anthem: Homunculus" John Cameron Mitchell 28 April 2019
Bonus: Amber Interviews Vivek Chibber on "The ABC's of Capitalism” Vivek Chibber 28 April 2019
310 Marianne Mindset 29 April 2019
311 2 Mountain, 2 Furious 02 May 2019
312 Kenneth Friendly's Scorpio Smiling Yael Bridge and Morgan Spector 06 May 2019
313 A Cure for Wellness 09 May 2019 Who is Arthur Chu?, Trust Pelosi
314 What, Us Worry? James Adomian 12 May 2019
315 A Song of Air and America Sam Seder 16 May 2019
316 PBS: Permanent Revolution Hasan Pikar 19 May 2019
317 Friends of the Pod 23 May 2019
318 Rahm Emmanuelle: The Joys of a Neolib Ryan Grim 27 May 2019
319 Live at Cornell: Perfect Balance 30 May 2019
320 Live from Berlin: Der Fonkybeatz 3 June 2019
321 Live from Glasgow: Bottle of Buckie 6 June 2019
322 Second Dark Age Alan Moore 10 June 2019
323 Best of UK Live: Toby Young Sex Diaries 13 June 2019
324 Live from Dublin: Irish Valor 17 June 2019
325 Living in America 20 June 2019
Bonus: Virgil Interviews Tiffany Cabán Tiffany Cabán 20 June 2019
326 Beltway Garage: Infinity Candidates 25 June 2019
Bonus: The Marianne Williamson Interview Marianne Williamson 26 June 2019
327 Have You Heard The Good News? David Sirota 28 June 2019
Bonus: Gremlins 2 Joe Dante 30 June 2019
328 Dios, Patria, Fueros, Rod 1 July 2019
329 The Inebriated Past, Part 5: DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans 4 July 2019
330 Hunter on the Loose Will Sommer 8 July 2019
331 The Wide World of Warcraft John Dolan 10 July 2019
332 Fear of a Netroots Nation Brendan James 15 July 2019
Bonus: The Andrew Yang Interview Andrew Yang 18 July 2019
333 One in the Pinker 18 July 2019
334 American Mids 22 July 2019
335 Shrugging Towards Bethlehem Brace Belden and Liz Franczak 25 July 2019
336 Neom 2049 Glenn Greenwald 29 July 2019
337 I Think You Should Leave Brendan James 1 August 2019
338 Live from Traverse City: Michael and We Brendan James and Michael Moore 5 August 2019
339 House of the Rising Sundown 8 August 2019
340 A Big Bowl of Strawberry Ice Cream 12 August 2019
341 Live from Des Moines: Bring Out the Hogs! 15 August 2019
342 The Cuts Stay In The Podcast 20 August 2019
343 Checking the Dipstick 22 August 2019
344 Koch & Poll Torture 26 August 2019
AHOY! The Joe Sestak Interview Joe Sestak 27 August 2019
345 The Conspiracy Files: The Deep-ly Gay State 29 August 2019 JFK
346 Twisted Tales 3 September 2019
347 Renn Faire Stefan Heck 8 September 2019
348 Dragged Across Concrete Marcus Barnett and Osita Nwanevu 9 September 2019
389 The Righteous Fallwells 12 September 2019
350 Gotta Have My Pop! 16 September 2019
Bonus Interview: Tom O'Neill and Chaos Tom O'Neill 16 September 2019
351 Give Up Your Inquiries Which Are Completely Useless Nick Mullen 20 September 2019 Eyes Wide Shut
352 Rod Dreher's The Exorcist II 24 September 2019
353 The Education of a Cynic Jon Schwarz 26 September 2019 Samantha Power's book The Education of an Idealist
Bonus: Tabletop Game Theory Origins: Mr. Jeffstein's House 30 September 2019
354 Thou, Nature, Art My Goddess 1 October 2019
355 North American Scum Luke Savage and Don Hughes 3 October 2019
Bonus: The Bernie Sanders Interview Bernie Sanders 4 October 2019
356 Sympathy for the Joker Jen Pan, Nick Mullen, Adam Friedland and Matt V. Brady 8 October 2019
357 We Have a Rat Problem Tim Heidecker 10 October 2019 Heidecker's film Mister America
358 World on a Wire Naomi Klein 14 October 2019 Klein's 2nd episode
359 SSSSSSSSMoking with Slavoj Slavoj Žižek 17 October 2019
360 Bernie Blanco Goes To Queens Matt Karp 21 October 2019
361 The Brothers Brendan James 25 October 2019 The Reliant
362 Wet Sauce Kenzo Shibata 28 October 2019
363 Epstein Ain't Going Away Brace Belden 31 October 2019
364 Human Deadspinality Project David Roth 4 November 2019
365 Big Johnson's Hard Election Grace Blakeley 7 November 2019
366 The Terminal 12 November 2019
368 High, High Hopes feat. Kathryn Ledebur Kathryn Ledebur 18 November 2019
369 CIA Jim: Caracas Connection 18 November 2019 Jack Ryan
370 WeWork Will Set You Free 25 November 2019
371 Beltway Garage: The Legend of Bernie's Gold 28 November 2019
372 Karmala Police 2 December 2019
373 It's Demon Night In America! 5 December 2019
374 Perverts of Interest 9 December 2019
375 Live in London: Chapo Calling feat. Rob Delaney Rob Delaney 12 December 2019
376 Imagine A World Without 17 December 2019
377 Escape from UK 20 December 2019
378 Imagine A World Without 23 December 2019
379 A Very COBRA Christmas 25 December 2019
380 Imagine Our Dumb Decade 30 December 2019
381 Pod Tweet America 2 January 2020
Bonus: So, I Just Watched 300... feat. Derek Davison Derek Davison 6 January 2020
382 Falcon Seeks Falconer feat. Briahna Joy Gray Briahna Joy Gray 6 January 2020
383 No War But The Meme War 10 January 2020
384 Beltway Garage: Warren Strikes Back 14 January 2020
385 Lyin' Liz feat. Brendan James Brendan James 17 January 2020
386 Brother Magic feat. Josh and Benny Safdie Josh and Benny Safdie 20 January 2020
Bonus: Will Interviews Nithya Raman Nithya Raman 22 January 2020
387 The Royals 23 January 2020
388 A Perfectly Frumulent Episode 28 January 2020 POLITICO - ‘They let him get away with murder’ & Bernie Can't Win by David Frum
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2020.06.25 18:44 chyld989 r/SeriesXbox Upcoming/Recent Xbox Releases - Megathread

This post will be no longer be updated on this sub. For future updates please see this post.
 
Last updated 2020-09-15 - See bottom of post for list of 8 recent additions and 6 recent updates
NOTE: The Recently Released section will be in a pinned comment below.

September, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Inertial Drift No Trailer September 11
eFootball PES 2021 No Trailer September 15
Leisure Suit Larry - Wet Dreams Don't Dry No Trailer September 15
Active Neurons 2 No Trailer September 16
Johnny Rocket No Trailer September 16
Dog Duty No Trailer September 17
Exp Parasite No Trailer September 17
Pacer No Trailer September 17
Vampire's Fall: Origins No Trailer September 17
Welcome to Elk Yes Trailer September 17
Biped No Trailer September 18
Commandos 2/Praetorians HD Remaster Double Pack No Trailer September 18
Crysis Remastered No Trailer September 18
Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle No Trailer September 18
GORSD No Trailer September 18
Harvest Moon: Light of Hope SE Complete No Trailer September 18
Tamiku No No trailer available September 18
The Blobs Fight! Yes Trailer September 18
The Secret Order: Return to the Buried Kingdom No Trailer September 18
WWE 2K Battlegrounds No Trailer September 18
Rebel Galaxy Outlaw No Trailer September 22
Tennis World Tour 2 No Trailer September 22
The Sojourn No Trailer September 22
Castlestorm 2 No Trailer September 23
The Drone Racing League Simulator No Trailer September 23
Twin Breaker: A Sacred Symbols Adventure No Trailer September 23
Unrailed! No Trailer September 23
Going Under No Trailer September 24
Little Big Workshop Yes Trailer September 24
Tears of Avia Yes Trailer September 24
This is the Zodiac Speaking No Trailer September 24
Mafia: Definitive Edition No Trailer September 25
Port Royale 4 No Trailer September 25
Trollhunters Defenders of Arcadia No Trailer September 25
Bartlow's Dread Machine Yes Trailer September 29
Projection: First Light No Trailer September 29
Re:Turn - One Way Trip No Trailer September 29
The Persistence No Trailer September 29
Commander '85 Yes Trailer September 30
Swordbreaker The Game No Trailer September 30
Iron Harvest No Trailer September TBD
Nexomon Extinction No Trailer September TBD

Q3, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Armed and Gelatinous No Trailer Q3
Conan Chop Chop No Trailer Q3
Nine Witches: Family Disruption No Trailer Q3
The Vale: Shadow of the Crown Yes Trailer Q3

October, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time No Trailer October 2
Dragon Lapis No Trailer October 2
Star Wars: Squadrons No Trailer October 2
Warsaw No Trailer October 2
Foregone No Trailer October 5
Ministry of Broadcast No Trailer October 6
Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix No Trailer October 6
Ikenfell Yes Trailer October 8
RIDE 4 No Trailer October 8
The Watchmaker No Trailer October 8
Ben 10: Power Trip No Trailer October 9
FIFA 21 No Trailer October 9
The Survivalists No Trailer October 9
G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout No Trailer October 13
NHL 21 No Trailer October 13
Red Wings: Aces of the Sky No Trailer October 13
Cloudpunk No Trailer October 15
Raji: An Ancient Epic No Trailer October 15
Space Crew No Trailer October 15
9 Monkeys of Shaolin No Trailer October 16
Blair Witch No Trailer October 16
Bladed Fury No Trailer October 20
Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One DLC No Trailer October 20
Remothered: Broken Porcelain No Trailer October 20
ScourgeBringer No Trailer October 21
Asterix & Obelix XXL: Romastered No Trailer October 22
Monstrum No Trailer October 23
Spacebase Startopia No Trailer October 23
Transformers Battlegrounds No Trailer October 23
Carto No Trailer October 27
Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues No Trailer October 27
Slide Stars No Trailer October 27
The Bluecoats: North vs South No Trailer October 27
Song of Horror: Complete Edition No Trailer October 29
Watch Dogs: Legion No Trailer October 29
The Dark Pictures - Little Hope No Trailer October 30
Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3 No Trailer October TBD

Fall, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Cyber Shadow No Trailer Fall
Kova: AlphaLink No Trailer Fall
Orphan of the Machine Yes Trailer Fall
Shantae: Risky's Revenge - Director's Cut No Trailer Fall
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 No Trailer Fall
Torchlight 3 No Trailer Fall
Unturned No Trailer Fall

November, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Dirt 5 No No Trailer November 6
PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay No No Trailer November 6
Assassin's Creed Valhalla No No Trailer November 10
Destiny 2: Beyond Light DLC No No Trailer November 10
Fuser No No Trailer November 10
Gears Tactics Yes No Trailer November 10
Tetris Effect: Connected Yes No Trailer November 10
The Falconeer Yes No Trailer November 10
XIII Remake No No Trailer November 10
Death Crown No No Trailer November 12
Farming Simulator 19: Alpine Farming DLC No No Trailer November 12
Just Dance 2021 No No Trailer November 12
Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War No No Trailer November 13
Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory No No Trailer November 13
Let's Sing 2021 No No Trailer November 13
Yakuza: Like a Dragon No No Trailer November 13
Cris Tales No No Trailer November 17
Professor Rubik's Brain Fitness No No Trailer November 17
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? No No Trailer November 17
Biomutant No No Trailer November 19
Cyberpunk 2077 No No Trailer November 19
Kaze and the Wild Masks No No Trailer November 27
Handball 21 No No Trailer November TBD

December, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Chronos: Before the Ashes No No Trailer December 1
Empire of Sin No No Trailer December 1
Immortals: Fenyx Rising No No Trailer December 3
Dragon Quest XI S No No Trailer December 4
Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 No No Trailer December 8
Who's Your Daddy? Remake Yes No Trailer December 23
DARQ: Complete Edition No No Trailer December TBD

Winter, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
The Forgotten City Yes No Trailer Winter

Holiday, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Dangerous Driving 2 No No Trailer Holiday
Outriders No No Trailer Holiday
Override 2: Super Mech League No No Trailer Holiday
Planet Coaster: Console Edition No No Trailer Holiday
Scorn Yes Yes Trailer Holiday
Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game - Complete Edition No No Trailer Holiday
The Medium Yes Yes Trailer Holiday

Q4, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Call of the Sea Yes No Trailer Q4
Dark Envoy No No Trailer Q4
Five Dates No No Trailer Q4
Observer: System Redux No No Trailer Q4

TBD, 2020

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
12 Minutes Yes No Trailer TBD
Alaloth - Champions of the Four Kingdoms Yes No Trailer TBD
Aquanox Deep Descent No No Trailer TBD
Atrio: The Dark Wild Yes No Trailer TBD
Beyond a Steel Sky No No Trailer TBD
Black Book No No Trailer TBD
Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition No No Trailer from original game TBD
Blazing Beaks No No Trailer TBD
Bonkies No No Trailer TBD
Bridge Constructor: The Walking Dead No No Trailer TBD
Cake Bash No No Trailer TBD
Chicken Police No No Trailer TBD
Circuit Superstars No No Trailer TBD
Construction Simulator 3 No No Trailer TBD
Crossfire X No No Trailer TBD
Cuphead: The Delicious Last Course DLC No No Trailer TBD
Digimon Survive No No Trailer TBD
Disco Elysium No No Trailer TBD
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot: A New Power Awakens - Part 2 DLC No No Trailer TBD
Dry Drowning No No Trailer TBD
Dying Light 2 No No Trailer TBD
El Hijo: A Wild West Tale No No Trailer TBD
Evergate No No Trailer TBD
Everspace 2 No No Trailer TBD
Exo One Yes Yes Trailer TBD
First Class Troube No No Trailer TBD
Gearshifters No No Trailer TBD
Ghostrunner No No Trailer TBD
Green Hell No No Trailer TBD
Grim Dawn No No Trailer TBD
Haven No No Trailer TBD
Hitchhiker: A Mystery Game No No Trailer TBD
Killer Queen Black No No Trailer TBD
King's Bounty 2 No No Trailer TBD
Kingdom Majestic No No Trailer TBD
Kingpin: Reloaded No No Trailer TBD
Klang 2 No No Trailer TBD
Knight Squad 2 No No Trailer TBD
KungFu Kickball No No Trailer TBD
League of Legends: Wild Rift No No Trailer TBD
Liftoff: Drone Racing No No Trailer TBD
Mad Streets No No Trailer TBD
Mars Horizon No No Trailer TBD
Microsoft Flight Simulator Yes No Trailer TBD
Minute of Islands No No Trailer TBD
Monster Truck Championship No No Trailer TBD
Morbid: The Seven Acolytes No No Trailer TBD
My Child Lebensborn No No Trailer TBD
Ooblets No No Trailer TBD
Paradise Lost No No Trailer TBD
Paranoia: Happiness is Mandatory No No Trailer TBD
Phogs No No Trailer TBD
Pile Up! No No Trailer TBD
Project Witchstone No No Trailer TBD
Psikodelya Yes No Trailer TBD
Psychonauts 2 No No Trailer TBD
Quantum League No No Trailer TBD
Rainbow Six Quarantine No No Trailer TBD
Rainbow Six Siege No Yes No next-gen trailer released TBD
RBI Baseball 20 No No Trailer TBD
Roller Champions No No Trailer TBD
RPG Time: The Legend of Wright Yes No Trailer TBD
Rust No No Trailer TBD
Sable Yes No Trailer TBD
Sail Forth No No Trailer TBD
Session Yes No Trailer TBD
SKYHILL: Black Mist No No Trailer TBD
Someday You'll Return No No Trailer TBD
Star Child No No Trailer TBD
Star Renegades No No Trailer TBD
Subnautica: Below Zero No No Trailer TBD
Summer in Mara No No Trailer TBD
The Academy: The First Riddle No No Trailer TBD
The Ascent Yes No Trailer TBD
The Eternal Cylinder No No Trailer TBD
The Good Life No No Trailer TBD
The Red Lantern No No Trailer TBD
The Riftbreaker No No Trailer TBD
The Universim No No Trailer TBD
This Is Pool No No Trailer TBD
This Is Snooker No No Trailer TBD
Transient No No Trailer TBD
Trash Sailors No No Trailer TBD
Twin Mirror No No Trailer TBD
VoidTrain Yes No Trailer TBD
Warlander No No Trailer TBD
Way to the Woods No No Trailer TBD
Xuan-Yuan Sword VII No No Trailer TBD
Zengeon No No Trailer TBD

January, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Hitman 3 No No Trailer January 20, 2021
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time Remake No No Trailer January 21, 2021

February, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood No No Trailer February 4, 2021
Little Nightmares 2 No No Trailer February 11, 2021
Far Cry 6 No No Trailer February 18, 2021
Riders Republic No No Trailer February 25, 2021
Wrath: Aeon of Ruin No No Trailer February 25, 2021

Q1, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Blue Fire No No Trailer Q1, 2021
Fallen Knight No No Trailer Q1, 2021
Gravity Heroes No No Trailer Q1, 2021
In Sound Mind No Yes Trailer Q1, 2021
Operation: Tango No No Trailer Q1, 2021
Read Only Memories: Neurodiver No No Trailer Q1, 2021
Surviving the Aftermath No No Trailer Q1, 2021

Spring, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Balan Wonderworld No No Trailer Spring, 2021
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga No No Trailer Spring, 2021
Lemnis Gate No No Trailer Spring, 2021
Mundaun No No Trailer Spring, 2021

Q2, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Foreclosed No No Trailer Q2, 2021

Fall, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Destiny 2: The Witch Queen DLC No No Not Trailer Fall, 2021
Kerbal Space Program 2 No No Trailer Fall, 2021

Q4, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
GTA 5 (Next-gen version) No Yes Trailer Q4, 2021

TBD, 2021

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
A Rat's Quest - The Way Back Home No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Airhead No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Atomic Heart No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Backbone No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Bus Simulator 21 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Chivalry 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Chorus No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Curse of the Sea Rats No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Dead Static Drive Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
Dustborn No Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
Echo Generation Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
Endling - Extinction is Forever No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Exomecha Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
Gotham Knights No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Halo Infinite Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
Hood: Outlaws & Legends No No Trailer TBD, 2021
IGI: Origins No No Trailer TBD, 2021
KeyWe No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Lake No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Last Days of Lazarus No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Last Stop No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Lost in Random No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Lost Words: Beyond the Page No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Magic: Legends No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Martha is Dead Yes Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
Metal: Hellsinger No No Trailer TBD, 2021
One Hand Clapping No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Phantasy Star Online 2: New Genesis No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Resident Evil Village (Resident Evil 8) No Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
Rogue Lords No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Sam & Max: This Time It's Virtual No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Serial Cleaners No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Sherlock Holmes: Chapter 1 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Shredders Yes Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
Skull and Bones No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Song of Iron Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
Tales of Arise No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Temtem No Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
The Artful Escape Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021
The Big Con No No Trailer TBD, 2021
The Lord of the Rings - Gollum No Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
The Outer Worlds: Murder on Eridanos DLC No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Ultimate Fishing Simulator 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Unexplored 2: The Wayfarer's Legacy No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide Yes Yes Trailer TBD, 2021
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Storm Ground No No Trailer TBD, 2021
Wild at Heart Yes No Trailer TBD, 2021

October, 2022

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes No No Trailer October TBD, 2022

TBD, 2022

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
Pragmata No Yes Trailer TBD, 2022
Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League No Yes Trailer TBD, 2022

TBD

Game Name Xbox Exclusive Next-Gen Exclusive Trailer Release Date
A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher No No Trailer TBD
Above No No Trailer TBD
Agents: Biohunters No No Trailer TBD
Alchemist Adventure No No Trailer TBD
Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX No No Trailer TBD
Aniquilation No No Trailer TBD
Antipole DX No No Trailer TBD
Ars Fabulae No No Trailer TBD
As Dusk Falls Yes Yes Trailer TBD
Avowed Yes Yes Trailer TBD
Back 4 Blood No No Not Trailer TBD
Back to Belt No No Trailer TBD
Baldo No No Trailer TBD
Baldur's Gate 3 No No Trailer TBD
Battlefield 6 No No Trailer TBD
Beyond Good and Evil 2 No No Trailer TBD
Black Myth: Wukong No No Trailer TBD
Book of Adventum No No Trailer TBD
Bright Memory: Infinite No No Trailer TBD
Bugsnax No No Trailer TBD
Buildings Have Feelings Too No No Trailer TBD
Clea No No Trailer TBD
Commandos 2 - HD Remaster No No Trailer TBD
Control (Next-gen version) No Yes No next-gen trailer yet TBD
Curved Space No No Trailer TBD
Dandy Ace No No Trailer TBD
Dead Island 2 No No Trailer TBD
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2020.06.17 19:30 Johnnnnnnnnnnnhn With NYC Primary Elections in one week, will there be another AOC(s)? Some more Julia Salazar(s)? Will we all be *laughing in establishment* after June 23? My Predictions for NYC Congressional, State Senate, and State Assembly races:

I promised you guys I'd do an effortpost on the nyc primaries that would get 10 upvotes, so here you go. It's not as long as it looks, it's just the chart makes it look big.
There is no model behind this, just my feels based on the data we have.
I only included the competitive races, but if you're here to laugh at cringy socialists, I encourage you to check out Lindsey Boylan. Here's a bunch of them crying when AOC endorsed Nadler, who she's running against.
NOTE: You may see me use the word "socialist" here. In NYC, socialists are SOCIALIST. Not Bernie socialist, not social democrats, but socialist. I define NYC socialist as being someone who wants nationalized healthcare, nationalized utilities, Warren-style regulation, and tax the rich like crazy.
Happy election watching!
District (Area) *Incumbent*, Challenger(s) Probability of Winning Story
NY-09 (Brooklyn) Yvette Clarke, Adem Bunkedekko, Isiah James, Chaim Deutsch Clarke 70%, Bunkedekko 30%. Clarke is a reasonably progressive congresswoman. Two years ago she was challenged just by Adem, who came within 4% of beating her. Two things are different this year, though: Deutsch and James. James is a socialist dude who's running because Bunkedekko took 100 bucks from a corporation or something, idk DSA is weird. That'll hurt Adem. Deutsch is a conservative haredi jew. That'll hurt Clarke. NYT also endorsed Adem, too. Should be close, but Clarke is the favorite.
NY-12 (Upper East Side and the western end of Queens) Carolyn Maloney, Suraj Patel, Lauren Ashcraft, Peter Harrison. Maloney 95%, Patel 5%. Patel ran a solid race last time around, taking over 40% of the vote, but this time there are also TWO MORE lefty candidates because the first lefty wasn't lefty enough, I guess. Unlikely Suraj will be able to pull it off, but just because he did well in 2018, I'm giving him a shot.
NY-15 (South Bronx) (Open Seat), Ritchie Torres, Ruben Diaz Sr., Ydanis Rodriguez, Melissa Mark Viverito, Michael Blake, Samelys Lopez, Tomas Ramos. Torres 40%, Diaz Sr. 30%, MMV 8, Lopez 8%, Blake 7%, Rodriguez 7%. Open Seat left by Jose Serrano. Dems are starting to coalesce around Torres as the anti-Diaz candidate, but he's got company. MMV, Ydanis, and Blake all have support from a solid group of people, and I wouldn't be super shocked if one of them pulled off an upset. Samelys Lopez has the AOC + Bernie + DSA endorsements, so maybe she could pull off a win with 20% in a crowded field? Still most likely that it'll be either Torres or Diaz Sr.
NY-16 (North Bronx and lower Westchester) Eliot Engel, Jamaal Bowman, Chris Fink, Sammy Ravelo Bowman 70%, Engel 30%. Fink is some rando, Ravelo is a yang gang dude. This is the premier race to watch on June 23, with Engel struggling to hold on to his political life. He made a big gaffe when he asked to speak at a Black Lives Matter presser, saying "if I didn't have a primary, I wouldn't care". Bowman's been raising big money, recently claiming to have raised $1.2 million. With all the momentum, I think this is Bowman's race to lose, but Engel's still got a solid 3 in 10 chance to hold on.
SD-23 (Staten Island, some Brooklyn) Diane Savino, Rajiv Gowda Savino 90%, Gowda 10%. Savino is the very last member of the IDC still in the state senate. For those in the back who don't know what the IDC is, it's a group of dipshit democrats who voted for a Republican majority leader. Fuck them. Gowda hasn't run much of a campaign, but with the visibility the IDC got after 6/8 of them lost in 2018, I have to think there's a solid chance people vote for "not Savino".
SD-25 (North Brooklyn) (Open Seat) Tremaine Wright, Jason Salmon, Jabari Brisport. Jabari Brisport 40%, Jason Salmon 30%, Tremaine Wright 30%. This is the socialists best pickup opportunity in the state legislature, because they have a strong candidate, Jabari Brisport, with hella cash, and the moderate vote will be split. Assemblywoman Tremaine Wright is endorsed by the outgoing State Senator, but has literally no grassroots support. In one FEC filing period, she reported donations from only *17* people. Salmon, my preferred candidate, is backed by some grassroots orgs and has a solid stack of cash. Jabari Brisport, the DSA candidate, is endorsed by every org of progressive dudes, and has gotten a shit ton of small donations, making him the leader in fundraising, and the leader in my predictions.
AD-34 (Queens) Michael DenDekker, Jessica Gonzalez Rojas. DenDekker 80%, JGR 20%. Socialist JGR has mounted a solid campaign, racking up endorsements from all the lefty orgs. She's raised a respectable though not huge amount of cash. DenDekker himself hasn't raised a ton, though he has still outraised JGR.
AD-36 (north Queens) Aravella Simotas, Zohran Mamdani. Simotas 50%, Mamdani 50%. Zohran Mamdani is on DSA's slate, meaning he'll have tons of $$ and volunteers. He's raised about the same as Simotas. Mamdani also has endorsements from all the usual lefty orgs. The district is also in an area where progressives tend to do well, in AOC's district.
AD-43 (Central Brooklyn) Diana Richardson, Jesse Hamilton. Richardson 90%, Hamilton 10%. Former State Senate IDCer Jesse Hamilton is now running for an Assembly seat, against one of NYC's most progressive incumbents, Diana Richardson. Richardson has dominated fundraising, but I'll give Hamilton a shot just because he used to be a State Senator.
AD-50 (North Brooklyn) Joe Lentol, Emily Gallagher. Lentol 80%, Gallagher 20%. Lentol is a LONG time incumbent who's spent a huge warchest on this race. Gallagher has a bit of money, but not much.
AD-51 (Central Brooklyn) Felix Ortiz, Marcela Mitaynes, Katherine Walsh, Genesis Aquino. Ortiz 50%, Mitaynes 36%, Walsh 7%, Aquino 7%. Socialist Mitaynes is another one of DSA's candidates, so she's got cash. Ortiz is an incumbent battling a ton of corruption scandal stuff, and he's low on money. His best asset? Walsh and Aquino, two more lefties, who will split the vote.
AD-57 (North Brooklyn) Walter Mosley, Phara Souffrant Forrest. Mosley 55%, Forrest 45%. Forrest is another DSAer. She's outraised Mosley and is endorsed by all the lefty orgs. She's also running alongside Jabari Brisport (SD-25) because their districts overlap, so they should be able to take from each other's coattails. Phara also has a compelling story for the moment because she is a nurse.
AD-65 (Lower Manhattan) Yuh-Line Niou, Grace Lee. Niou 90%, Lee 10% Lee has donated 250k to her own campaign which already makes this campaign competitive. She's challenging progressive Niou from the right. All the progressive orgs have rushed to Niou's rescue, though, and an incumbent with grassroots support will be hard to beat.
AD-73 (Upper East Side) Dan Quart, Cameron Koffman. Quart 90%, Koffman 10%. Koffman is a well funded 22 year old insurgent, but all the progressive orgs are backing Quart. Giving Koffman a chance here just because he's young and has run a solid campaign, whereas Quart has run an awful campaign. (he didn't even have a website up until the month before the election) But Quart's incumbency and progressivism should be enough to let him hold on.
AD-79 (Bronx) (Open Seat), Chantel Jackson, George Alvarez, Cynthia Cox, Elvis Santana, Eric Stevenson. Jackson 75%, Alvarez 8%, Stevenson 8%, Santana 5%, Cox 4%. Vacated by Michael Blake, who's running for Congress. Anti-Vaxxer Chantel has most of the establishment backing, which in an election with no attention is big. Alvarez is backed by Ruben Diaz Sr., the conservative dem running for NY-15, but has been raising peanuts. Santana has progressive backing, but his campaign (if you could even call it that) hasn't raised much. Cox is a Biden Delegate and has somewhat of a campaign going on. Stevenson used to hold this seat, until he went to prison for three years for bribery. Oh, New York.
Queens Borough President (Open Seat) Donovan Richards, Elizabeth Crowley (yes, that Crowley! they're back!) Costa Constantinides. Richards 60%, Costa 20%, Crowley 20%. Vacated by Melinda Katz, now the DA. Richards is the establishment candidate, Crowley is the money candidate, Costa is the progressive candidate. Because this election has been so crazy, with three different election dates scheduled, I'm giving the edge to the establishment candidate.
wow, you read all that? your life is sad.
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2020.06.16 19:42 Acount4MusicalBoots Wants

Hi! I'm looking for my wants, I'll trade unfairly for any of these :)

Audios:
Footloose - US Tour - June 6, 1999
St. Paul, MO
Richard H Blake (u/s Ren McCormack), Nikki Scalera (Ariel Moore), Christian Borle (Willard Hewitt), Daren Kelly (Reverend Shaw Moore), Mary Gordon Murray (Vi Moore), Stephanie St James (Rusty), Katie Harvey (Wendy Jo), Andrea McCormack (Urleen), Marsha Waterbury (Ethel McCormack)

Footloose - US Tour - November 4, 1999
Joe Machota (Ren McCormack), Nikki Scalera (Ariel Moore), Christian Borle (Willard Hewitt), Daren Kelly (Reverend Shaw Moore), Mary Gordon Murray (Vi Moore), Stephanie St James (Rusty), Katie Harvey (Wendy Jo), Michelle Kittrell (u/s Urleen), Matthew Morrison (Chuck Cranston), Marsha Waterbury (Ethel McCormack), Andrew Wright (Travis/Cowboy Bob), David Patrick Floyd (Lyle), Ted Boulton (Principal Clarke), Steve Luker (Uncle Wes), Jessica Sheridan (Eleanor), Jessica Sheridan (Irene/Betty Blast), Robert Boles (Coach Dunbar)

Peter and the Starcatcher - Broadway - March 28, 2012
Adam Chanler-Berat (Boy (Peter)), Celia Keenan-Bolger (Molly Aster), Christian Borle (Black Stache), Kevin Del Aguila (Smee), Rick Holmes (Lord Leonard Aster), Arnie Burton (Mrs. Bumbrake/Teacher)

Miscast: Concert Series - 2013 - March 4, 2013
Cheyenne Jackson, Christian Borle, Jeremy Jordan, Jonathan Groff, LaChanze, Nicole Parker, Sierra Boggess

Mary Poppins - Broadway - November 12, 2009
The New Amsterdam Theatre
Laura Michelle Kelly (Mary Poppins), Christian Borle (Bert), Juliette Angelo (Jane Banks), Andrew Shipman (Michael Banks), Jeff Binder (George Banks), Rebecca Luker (Winifred Banks), Ann Arvia (Bird Woman), Jenny Galloway (Mrs. Brill)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Broadway - October 12, 2014
Belasco Theatre, NYC
Andrew Rannells (Hedwig), Lena Hall (Yitzhak)
Notes: Andrew Rannells FINAL SHOW! Clear audio!

The Boys in the Band - Broadway - May 31, 2018
Booth Theatre, NYC
Jim Parsons (Michael), Zachary Quinto (Harold), Matt Bomer (Donald), Andrew Rannells (Larry), Robin de Jesús (Emory), Michael Benjamin Washington (Bernard), Brian Hutchison (Alan), Tuc Watkins (Hank), Charlie Carver (Cowboy)
Notes: Opening Night

Videos:
RENT - Benny Tour - January 9, 1998
Los Angeles, CA
Neil Patrick Harris (Mark Cohen), Owen Johnston II (Roger Davis), Julia Santana (Mimi Márquez), Andy Señor Jr (Angel Dumott Schunard), Mark Leroy Jackson (Tom Collins), Carla Bianco (Maureen Johnson), Kenna J Ramsey (Joanne Jefferson)
Notes: Muffled sound, camera is all over the place including off the stage, date tag in corner for most of the show, washout left and right. This is the only vid of NPH, but even so, it’s for diehard RENT and NPH fans *ONLY*. Remastering took out a lot of static but the source DVD was at quarter-res so it’s not going to get very good.
Actually this is the only *circulating* video. There is one other video from Fall 1997, Los Angeles. It's auroraspiderwoman's master so unfortunately it'll never be released (NFT forever), but there is a clip of La Vie Boheme on their YouTube channel.

Monty Python's Spamalot - Broadway - March 12, 2005 (Preview)
Tim Curry (King Arthur), Sara Ramirez (Lady of the Lake), Michael McGrath (Patsy), Steve Rosen (Sir Bedevere), Hank Azaria (Sir Lancelot), Christopher Sieber (Sir Galahad), David Hyde Pierce (Sir Robin), Christian Borle (Prince Herbert), Christian Borle (Historian)

Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Broadway - August 31, 2014
Belasco Theatre, NYC
Andrew Rannells (Hedwig), Lena Hall (Yitzhak), Justin Craig (Skszp), Peter Yanowitz (Schlatko), Tim Mislock (Krzyzhtoff), Matt Duncan (Jacek)
Master: SunsetBlvd79
Notes: Super nice quality capture filmed from the right mezzanine. Andrew's just fantastic as usual.

Here's my list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/17K9FLrSONbc0pz4mf42rVP5uTGl9sPh-3TuXUrbMz6A/edit?usp=sharing
Stay safe :D
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