Kevin Dowd

Irish Government: Sealing of the Commission into Mother and Baby homes 2004 for 30 years

2020.10.24 11:43 Citzirl Irish Government: Sealing of the Commission into Mother and Baby homes 2004 for 30 years

Redit please give me you thoughts on this.
3 Q's: 1. Should it be released? 2. Why is the government constantly careless with women and childrens well being? 3. Should the government step down?
A report about that outlines the atrocities carried out by the state and Church in the 1950s onwards is going forward to be sealed today for 30 years. This report includes the fact that 800 children were buried in a slurry tank as well as many more stories of family separation and abuse all based on a moral code prominent at the time. All leading cabinet members have agreed to hide this document.
Irelands women and children have been abused by: 1. The catholic church 2. The Magdellan laundry 3. Scouting Ireland 4. Mothers forced hysterectomy after birth 5. Mother had pelvis broken during labor. 6. Approx 4000 children homeless today.
The government is now planning on kicking the can of this issue 30yrs into the future, to allow more suffering to happen. All FF FG and Green party members voted to seal this.
An independent spoke out against it. With only a scant few who voted to seal this did attend.
Catherine Connelly
Roderick O Gorman Minister for children poorly informed or communicated this report trying to push it through. Under GDPR 2018 supersedes 2004 commission into baby homes. Which seals the report for 30 yrs.
The Taoiseach or Tanistié did not bother to attend. They are leaving Mr O Gorman to face this alone. The party whip was used to get this to happen. It is a complete undermining of democracy. This is a huge violation of human rights by the Irish government.
The poor individuals involved will be dead by the time they can access their information.
The extent of this issue is much bigger than this. Please see below for more information
The report: the commission
These are the names of the 796 children who died at Tuam Mother and Baby Home.
Their names.
1925 Patrick Derrane 5 months Mary Blake 4 months Matthew Griffin 3 months Mary Kelly 6 months Peter Lally 11 months Julia Hynes 1 year James Murray 1 month
1926
Joseph McWilliam 6 months John Mullen 3 months Mary Wade 3 years Maud McTigue 6 years Bernard Lynch 3 years Martin Shaughnessy 18 months Bridget Glynn 1 year Margaret Glynn 1 year Patrick Gorham 21 months Patrick O’Connell 1 year John Carty 21 months Madeline Bernard 2 years Maureen Kenny 8 years Kathleen Donohue 1 year Thomas Donelan 2 years Mary Quilan 2 years Mary King 9 months Mary Warde 21 months George Coyne 2 years Julia Cummins 18 months Barbara Fola/ Wallace 9 months Pauline Carter 11 months Mary Walsh 1 year Annie Stankard 10 months John Connelly 9 months Anthony Cooke 1 month Michael Casey 3 years Annie McCarron 2 months Patricia Dunne 2 months John Carty 3 months Peter McNamara 7 weeks Mary Shaughnessy 4 months Joseph Coen 5 months Mary Murphy 2 months Patrick Kelly 2 months Martin Rabbitte 6 weeks Kathleen Quinn 7 months Patrick Halpin 2 months Martin McGuinness 6 months
1927
Mary Kate Connell 3 months Patrick Raftery 7 months Patrick Paterson 5 months James Murray 1 month Colman O’ Loughlin 5 months Agnes Canavan 18 months Christina Lynch 15 months Mary O’Loughlin 6 months Annie O’ Connor 15 months John Greally 11 months Joseph Fenigan 4 years Mary Connolly 2 months James Muldoon 4 months Joseph Madden 3 months Mary Devaney 18 months
1928
Michael Gannon 6 months Bridget Cunningham 2 months Margaret Conneely 18 months Patrick Warren 8 months James Mulryan 1 month Mary Kate Fahey 3 years Mary Mahon 1 month Martin Flanagan 1 month Mary Forde 4 months Patrick Hannon 20 months Michael Donellan 6 months Joseph Ward 7 months Walter Jordan 3 years Mary Mullins 1 month
1929
Peter Christian 7 months Mary Cunningham 5 months James Ryan 9 months Patrick O’Donnell 9 months Mary Monaghan 4 years Patrick O’Malley 1 year Philomena Healy 11 months Michael Ryan 1 year Patrick Curran 6 months Patrick Fahy 2 months Laurence Molloy 5 months Patrick Lynskey 6 months Vincent Nally 21 months Mary Grady 18 months Martin Gould 21 months Patrick Kelly 2 months
1930
Bridget Quinn 1 year William Reilly 9 months George Lestrange 7 months Christy Walshe 15 months Margaret Mary Gagen 1 year Patrick Moran 4 months Celia Healy 5months James Quinn 4 years Bridget Walsh 15months
1931
Patrick Shiels 4 months Mary Teresa Drury 1 year Peter O’Brien 18 months Peter Malone 18 months Carmel Moylan 8 months Mary Burke 10 months Mary Josephine Garvey 5 months Mary Warde 10 months Catherine Howley 9 months Michael Pat McKenna 3 months Richard Raftery 3 months
1932
Margaret Doorhy 8 months Patrick Leonard 9 months Mary Coyne 1 year Mary Kate Walsh 2 years Christina Burke 1 year Mary Margaret Jordan 18 months John Joseph McCann 8 months Teresa McMullan 1 year George Gavin 1 year Joseph O’Boyle 2 months Peter Nash 1 year Bridget Galvin 3 months Margaret Niland 3 years Christina Quinn 3 months Kathleen Cloran 9 years Annie Sullivan 8 months Patricia Judge 1 year Mary Birmingham 9 months Laurence Hill 11 months Brendan Patrick Pender 1 month Kate Fitzmaurice 4 months Baby Mulkerrins 5 days Angela Madden 3 months Mary McDonagh 1 year
1933
Mary C Shaughnessy 1 month Mary Moloney 11 months Patrick Joseph Brennan 1 months Anthony O’Toole 2 months Mary Cloherty 9days Joseph Fahy 10 months Mary Finola Cunniffe 6 months Martin Cassidy 5 months Francis Walsh 3 months Mary Garvey 4 months Kathleen Gilchrist 8 months Mary Kate Walsh 1 months Eileen Fallon 18 months Harry Leonard 3 years Mary Kate Guilfoyle 3 months John Callinan 3 months John Kilmartin 2 months Julia Shaughnessy 3 months Patrick Prendergast 6 months Bridgid Holland 2 months Bridgid Moran 15 months Margaret Mary Fahy 15 months Bridgid Ryan 9 months Mary Brennan 4 months Mary Conole 1 months John Flattery 2 years Margaret Donohue 10 months Joseph Dunn 3 years Owen Lenane 2 months Josephine Steed 3 months Mary Meeneghan 3 months James McIntyre 4 months
1934
John Joseph Murphy 4 months Margaret Mary O’Gara 2 months Eileen Butler 2 months Thomas Molloy 2 months James Joseph Bodkin 6 months John Kelly 2 months Mary Walshe 6 months Mary Jo Colohan 4 months Florence Conneely 7 months Norah McCann 1 months Mary Kelly 9 months Rose O’Dowd 6 months Mary Egan 4 months Michael Concannon 4 months Paul Joyce 10 months Mary Christina Kennedy 4 months Bridget Finnegan 2 months Mary Flaherty 3 months Thomas McDonagh 4 months Joseph Hoey 1 year Sheila Tuohy 9 years Teresa Cunniffe 3 months Joseph Clohessy 2 months Mary Kiely 4 months Thomas Cloran 6 months Mary Burke 3 months Mary Marg Flaherty 4 months John Keane 17 days Luke Ward 15 months Mary O’Reilly 5 months
1935
Ellen Mountgomery 18 months Mary Elizabeth Lydon 4 months Brigid Madden 1 month Mary Margaret Murphy 4 months Mary Nealon 7 months Stephen Linnane 4 months Josephine Walsh 1 years Kate Cunningham 2 months Mary Bernadet Hibbett 1 month Thomas Linnane 4 months Patrick Lane 3 months Mary Anne Conway 2 months James Kane 8 months Christopher Leech 3 months Elizabeth Ann McCann 5 months Margaret Mary Coen 2 months Michael Linnane 15months Bridget Glenane 5 weeks
1936
John O’Toole 7 months John Creshal 4 months Mary Teresa Egan 3 months Michael Boyle 3 months Anthony Mannion 6 weeks Donald Dowd 5 months Peter Ridge 4 months Eileen Collins 2 months Mary Brennan 2 months James Fahy 5 months Mary Bridget Larkin 8 months Margaret Scanlon 3 years Brian O’Malley 4 months Michael Madden 6 months
1937
Mary Kate Cahill 2 weeks Mary Margaret Lydon 3 months Festus Sullivan 1 month Annie Curley 3 weeks Nuala Lydon 5 months Bridget Collins 5 weeks Patrick Joseph Coleman 1 month Joseph Hannon 6 weeks Henry Monaghan 3 weeks Michael Joseph Shiels 7 weeks Martin Sheridan 5 weeks John Patrick Loftus 10 months Patrick Joseph Murphy 3 months Catherine McHugh 4 months Mary Patricia Toher 4 months Mary Kate Sheridan 4 months Mary Flaherty 19 months Mary Anne Walsh 14 months Eileen Quinn 2 years Patrick Burke 9 months Margaret Holland 2 days Joseph Langan 6 months Sabina Pauline O’Grady 6 months Patrick Qualter 3 years Mary King 5 months Eileen Conry 1 year
1938
Mary Nee 4 months Martin Andrew Larkin 14 months Mary Keane 3 weeks Kathleen V Cuffe 6 months Margaret Linnane 4 months Teresa Heneghan 3 months John Neary 7 months Patrick Madden 4 months Mary Cafferty 2 months Mary Kate Keane 3 months Patrick Hynes 3 weeks Annie Solan 2 months Charles Lydon 9 months Margaret Mullins 7 months Mary Mulligan 2 months Anthony Lally 5 months Joseph Spelman 6 weeks Annie Begley 3 months Vincent Egan 1 week Nora Murphy 5 months Patrick Garvey 6 months Patricia Burke 4 months Winifred Barret 2 years Agnes Marron 3 months Christopher Kennedy 5 months Patrick Harrington 1 week
1939
Kathleen Devine 2 years Vincent Garaghan 1 month Ellen Gibbons 6 months Michael McGrath 4 months Edward Fraser 3 months Bridget Lally 1 year Patrick McLoughlin 5 months Martin Healy 4 months Nora Duffy 3 months Margaret Higgins 1 week Patrick Egan 6 months Vincent Farragher 11 months Patrick Joseph Jordan 3 months Michael Hanley 1 month Catherine Gilmore 3 months Baby Carney 1 day Annie Coyne 3 months Helena Cosgrave 5 months Thomas Walsh 2 months Baby Walsh 1 day Kathleen Hession 4 months Brigid Hurley 11 months Ellen Beegan 2 months Mary Keogh 1 year Bridget Burke 3 months
1940
Martin Reilly 9 months Martin Hughes 11 months Mary Connolly 1 month Mary Kate Ruane 1 month Joseph Mulchrone 3 months Michael Williams 14 months Martin Moran 7 weeks Josephine Mahony 2 months James Henry 5 weeks Bridget Staunton 5 months John Creaven 2 weeks Peter Lydon 6 weeks Patrick Joseph Ruane 4 months Michael Quinn 8 months Julia Coen 1 week Annie McAndrew 5 months John Walsh 3 months Patrick Flaherty 6 months Bernadette Purcell 2 years Joseph Macklin 1 day Thomas Duffy 2 days Elizabeth Fahy 4 months James Kelly 2 months Nora Gallagher 4 months Kathleen Cannon 4 months Winifred Tighe 8 months Christopher Williams 1 year Joseph Lynch 1 year Andrew McHugh 15 months William Glennan 18 months Michael J Kelly 5 months Patrick Gallagher 3 months Michael Gerard Keane 2 months Ellen Lawless 6 months
1941
Mary Finn 3 months Martin Timlin 3 months Mary McLoughlin 1 month Mary Brennan 5 months Patrick Dominic Egan 1 month Nora Thornton 17 months Anne Joyce 1 year Catherine Kelly 10 months Michael Monaghan 8 months Simon John Hargraves 6 months Baby Forde 1 day Joseph Byrne 2 months Patrick Hegarty 4 months Patrick Corcoran 1 month James Leonard 16 days Jane Gormley 22 days Anne Ruane 11 days Patrick Munnelly 3 months John Lavelle 6 weeks Patrick Ruane 24 days Patrick Joseph Quinn 3 months Joseph Kennelly 15 days Kathleen Monaghan 3 months Baby Quinn 2 days Anthony Roche 4 months Annie Roughneen 3 weeks Anne Kate O’Hara 4 months Patrick Joseph Nevin 3 months John Joseph Hopkins 3 months Thomas Gibbons 1 month Winifred McTigue 7 months Thomas Joseph Begley 2 months
1942
Kathleen Heneghan 25 days Elizabeth Murphy 4 months Nora Farnan 1 month Teresa Tarpey 1 month Margaret Carey 11 months John Garvey 6 weeks Bridget Goldrick 4 months Bridget White 3 months Noel Slattery 1 month Mary T Connaughton 4 months Nora McCormack 6 weeks Joseph Hefferon 5 months Mary Higgins 9 days Mary Farrell 21 days Mary McDonnell 1 month Geraldine Cunniffe 11 weeks Michael Mannion 3 months Bridget McHugh 7 months Mary McEvady 18 months Helena Walsh 3 months William McDoell 2 days Michael Finn 14 months Mary Murphy 10 months Gertrude Glynn 6 months Joseph Flaherty 7 weeks Mary O’Malley 4 years John P Callanan 13 days Baby McDonnell 1 day Female McDonnell 1 day Christopher Burke 9 months Stephen Connolly 8 months Mary Atkinson 6 months Mary Anne Finegan 7 weeks Francis Richardson 15 months Michael John Rice 6 months Nora Carr 4 months William Walsh 16 months Vincent Cunnane 14 months Eileen Coady 10 months Female Roache 1 day Male Roache 1 day Patrick Flannery 2 months John Dermody 3 months Margaret Spellman 4 months Austin Nally 3 months Margaret Dolan 3 months Vincent Finn 9 months Bridget Grogan 6 months
1943
Thomas Patrick Cloran 9 weeks Catherine Devere 1 month Mary Josephine Glynn 1 day Annie Connolly 9 months Martin Cosgrove 7 weeks Catherine Cunningham 2 years Bridget Hardiman 2 months Mary Grier 5 months Mary P McCormick 2 months Brendan Muldoon 5 weeks Nora Moran 7 months Joseph Maher 20 days Teresa Dooley 3 months Daniel Tully 7 months Brendan Durkan 1 month Sheila O’Connor 3 months Annie Coen 6 months Patrick J Kennedy 6 days Thomas Walsh 2 months Patrick Rice 1 year Edward McGowan 10 months Brendan Egan 10 months Margaret McDonagh 1 month Annie J Donellan 10 months Thomas Walsh 14 days Bridget Quinn 6 months Mary Mulkerins 5 weeks Kathleen Parkinson 10 months Sheila Madeline Flynn 4 months Patrick Joseph Maloney 2 months Bridget Carney 7 months Mary M O’Connor 6 months Joseph Geraghty 3 months Annie Coen 10 months Martin Joseph Feeney 4 months Anthony Finnegan 3 months Patrick Coady 3 months Baby Cunningham 1 day Annie Fahy 3 months Baby Byrne 1 day Patrick Mullaney 18 months Thomas Connelly 3 months Mary Larkin 2 months Margaret Kelly 4 months Barbara McDonagh 4 months Mary O’Brien 4 months Keiran Hennelly 14 months Annie Folan 4 months Baby McNamara 1 day Julia Murphy 3 months
1944
John Rockford 4 months Vincent Geraghty 1 year Male O’Brien 2 days Anthony Deane 2 days Mary Teresa O’Brien 15 days John Connelly 3 months Bridget Murphy 3 months Patricia Dunne 2 months Francis Kinahan 1 month Joseph Sweeney 20 days Josephine O’Hagan 6 months Patrick Lavin 1 month Annie Maria Glynn 13 months Kate Agnes Moore 2 months Kevin Kearns 15 months Thomas Doocey 15 months William Conneely 8 months Margaret Spelman 16 months Mary Kate Cullen 22 months Kathleen Brown 3 years Julia Kelly 19 months Mary Connolly 7 years Catherine Harrison 2 years Eileen Forde 21 months Michael Monaghan 2 years Mary Frances Lenihan 3 days Anthony Byrne 6 months Jarlath Thornton 7 weeks John Kelly 6 days Joseph O’Brien 18 months Anthony Hyland 3 months Male Murray 1 day Female Murray 1 day Joseph F McDonnell 11 days Mary Walsh 15 months Baby Glynn 1 day James Gaughan 14 months Margaret Walsh 4 months Mary P Moran 9 days John Francis Malone 7 days
1945
Michael F Dempsey 7 weeks Christina M Greally 4 months Teresa Donnellan 1 month Rose Anne King 5 weeks Christopher J Joyce 2 months James Mannion 8 months Mary T Sullivan 3 weeks Patrick Holohan 11 months Michael Joseph Keane 1 month Bridget Keaney 2 months Joseph Flaherty 8 days Baby Mahady 3 days James Rogers 10 days Kathleen F Taylor 9 months Gerard C Hogan 7 months Kathleen Corrigan 2 months Mary Connolly 3 months Patrick J Farrell 5 months Patrick Laffey 3 years Fabian Hynes 8 months John Joseph Grehan 2 years Edward O’Malley 3 months Mary Fleming 6 months Bridget F McHugh 3 months Michael Folan 18 months Oliver Holland 6 months Ellen Nevin 7 months Margaret Horan 6 months Peter Mullarky 4 months Mary P O’Brien 4 months Teresa Francis O’Brien 4 months Mary Kennedy 18 months Sarah Ann Carroll 4 months Baby Maye 5 days
1946
Mary Devaney 21 days Anthony McDonnell 6 months Vincent Molloy 7 days John Patrick Lyons 5 months Gerald Aidan Timlin 3 days Patrick Costelloe 17 days John Francis O’Grady 1 month Bridget Mary Flaherty 12 days Josephine Finnegan 20 months Martin McGrath 3 days Baby Haugh 1 day James Frayne 1 month Mary Frances Crealy 14 days Mary Davey 2 months Patrick Joseph Hoban 11 days Angela Dolan 3 months Mary Lyden 5 months Bridget Coneely 4 months Austin O’Toole 4 months Bernard Laffey 5 months Mary Ellen Waldron 8 months Terence O’Boyle 3 months Mary Frances O’Hara 1 month Martin Dermott Henry 43 days Mary Devaney 3 months Bridget Foley 6 months Martin Kilkelly 40 days Theresa Monica Hehir 6 weeks Patrick A Mitchell 3 months John Kearney 5 months John Joseph Kelly 3 months John Conneely 4 months Stephen L O’Toole 2 months Thomas A Buckley 5 weeks Michael John Gilmore 3 months Patrick J Monaghan 3 months Mary Teresa Murray 2 months Patrick McKeighe 2 months John Raymond Feeney 3 months Finbar Noone 2 months John O’Brien 21 days Beatrice Keane 5 years Mary P Veale 5 weeks Winifred Gillespie 1 year Anthony Coen 10 weeks Michael F Sheridan 3 months Anne Holden 3 months Martin Joseph O’Brien 7 weeks Winifred Larkin 1 month
1947
Patrick Thomas Coen 1 month Mary Bridget Joyce 8 months Geraldine Collins 13 months Mary Flaherty 5 days Vincent Keogh 5 months John Francis Healy 10 days Martin J Kennelly 1 month Patrick Keaveney 2 months Philomena Flynn 2 months William Reilly 9 months Margaret N Concannon 1 year Patrick J Fitzpatrick 14days Joseph Cunningham 2 months Mary J Flaherty 13 months Kathleen Murray 3 years John O’Connell 2 years Alphonsus Hanley 21 months Bridget P Muldoon 11 months Patricia C Higgins 5 months Catherine B Kennedy 2 months John Desmond Dolan 15 months Stephen Joynt 2 years Catherine T Kearns 2 years Margaret Hurney 2 years John Patton 2 years Patrick J Williams 15 months Nora Hynes 8 months Anthony Donohue 2 years Brendan McGreal 1 year Anthony Cafferky 23 days Nora Cullinane 18 months Kathleen Daly 2 years Nora Conneely 15 months Mary Teresa Joyce 13 months Kenneth A Ellesmere 1 day Mary P Carroll 4 months Thomas Collins 17 months Margaret M Moloney 3 months Josephine Tierney 8 months Margaret M Deasy 3 months Martin Francis Bane 3 months Bridget Agatha Kenny 2 months Baby Kelly 1 day Mary Teresa Judge 15 months Paul Dominick Bennett 3 months Mary Bridget Giblin 18 months
1948
Kathleen Madden 2 months Mary P Byrne 8 weeks Joseph Byrce 4 months Joseph Byrne 11 months Kathleen Glynn 4 months Augustine Jordan 9 months Michael F Dwyer 18 months Noel C Murphy 14 months Margaret McNamee 6 months Patrick Grealish 6 weeks Bernadette O’Reilly 7 months John Joseph Carr 3 weeks Paul Gardiner 10 months Simon Thomas Folan 9 weeks Joseph Ferguson 3 months Peter Heffernan 4 months Patrick J Killeen 14 weeks Stephen Halloran 7 months Teresa Grealish 5 months John Keane 4 months Mary Burke 9 months Brigid McTigue 3 months Margaret R Broderick 8 months Martin Mannion 3 months 1949
Mary Margaret Riddell 8 months Thomas J Noonan 7 weeks Peter Casey 10 months Michael Scully 3 months Baby Lyons 5 days Hubert McLoughlin 4 months Mary M Finnegan 3 months Nicholas P Morley 3 months Teresa Bane 6 months Patrick J Kennedy 5 weeks Michael Francis Ryan 3 days John Forde 2 years Mary P Cunnane 3 months Margaret P Sheridan 4 months Patrick Joseph Nevin 3 months Joseph Nally 5 months Christopher Burke 3 months Anne Madden 7 weeks Bridget T Madden 7 weeks Thomas Murphy 3 months Francis Carroll 2 months Bridget J Linnan 9 months Josephine Staunton 8 days Mary Ellen McKeigue 7 weeks
1950
Mary J Mulchrone 3 months Catherine Higgins 4 years Catherine Anne Egan 3 months Thomas McQuaid 4 months Dermott Muldoo 4 months Martin Hanley 9 weeks John Joseph Lally 3 months Brendan Larkin 5 months Baby Bell 1 day Mary J Larkin 7 months Annie Fleming 9 months Colm A McNulty 1 month Walter Flaherty 3 months Sarah Burke 15 days Mary Ann Boyle 5 months John Anthony Murphy 5 months Joseph A Colohan 4 months Christopher Begley 18 days
1951
Catherine A Meehan 4 months Martin McLynskey 6 months Mary J Crehan 3 months Mary Ann McDonagh 2 months Joseph Folan 22 days Evelyn Barrett 4 months Paul Morris 4 months Peter Morris 4 months Mary Martyna Joyce 18 months Mary Margaret Lane 7 months
1952
John Noone 4 months Anne J McDonnell 6 months Joseph Anthony Burke 6 months Patrick Hardiman 6 months Patrick Naughton 12 days Josephine T Staunton 21 days John Joseph Mills 5 months
1953
Baby Hastings 1 day Mary Donlon 4 months Nora Connolly 15 months
1954
Anne Heneghan 3 months Mary Keville 9 months Martin Murphy 5 months Mary Barbara Murphy 5 months Mary P Logue 5 months Margaret E Cooke 6 months Mary Ann Broderick 14 months Ann Marian Fahy 4 months Anne Dillon 4 months Imelda Halloran 2 years
1955
Joseph Gavin 10 months Marian Brigid Mulryan 10 months Mary C Rafferty 3 months Nora Mary Howard 4 months Joseph Dempsey 3 months Patrick Walsh 3 weeks Francis M Heaney 3 years
1956
Dermot Gavin 2 weeks Mary C Burke 3 years Patrick Burke 1 year Paul Henry Nee 5 months Oliver Reilly 4 months Gerard Connaughton 11 months Rose Marie Murphy 2 years
1957
Margaret Connaire 4 months Stephen Noel Browne 2 years Baby Fallon 4 days
1958
Geraldine O’Malley 6 months
1959
Dolores Conneely 7 months Mary Maloney 4 months
1960
Mary Carthy 5 months.
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2020.10.22 11:51 tubsidis Cricket 19 Mega Test Championship (Every International Team) Round 2

UAE vs Papua New Guinea Sharjah Cricket Ground
UAE 1st Innings 10/286
Ashfaq Ahmed 82 (121) Jason Kila 2/43
Chirag Suri 81 (124) Chad Soper 2/50
PNG 1st Innings 10/206
Assad Vala 87 (163) Imran Haider 4/36
Sese Bau 27 (42) Ahmed Raza 4/74
UAE 2nd Innings 10/277
Muhammed Usman 118 (151) Jason Kila 4/55
Shaiman Anwar 53 (72) Charles Amini 2/25
PNG 2nd innings 10/174
Assad Vala 62 (54) Mohammed Naveed 3/38
Kiplin Doringa 41 (67) Amir Hayat 3/52
UAE by 183 runs. MOM Muhammed Usman
Bangladesh v Hong Kong Sylhet International Stadium
BAN 1st innings 10/413
Mohammed Mithun 72 (118) Ehsan Nawaz 4/101
Shakib Al Hasan 71 (85) Tanwir Afzal 3/67
HK 1st Innings 10/120
Babar Hayat 64 (93) Mashrafe Mortaza 5/34
Nizakat Khan 18 (23) Mahmuddalah 2/17
HK 2nd Innings (F/O)
Anshuman Rath 34 (59) Mashrafe Mortaza 4/53
Jamie Atkinson 34 (70) Mahmuddalah 3/34
BAN by an innings and 118 runs MOM Mashrafe Mortaza
Afghanistan v Scotland Doon Sports Club
AFG 1st innings 10/331
Mohammed Shahzad 145 (145) Mark Watt 4/63
Rahmat Shah 69 (127) Josh Davey 3/56
SCO 1st innings 10/86
George Munsey 27 (34) Aftab Alam 4/29
Mark Watt 11 (22) Rahmat Shah 2/8
AFG 2nd innings 10/343
Hashmatuallah Shahidi 96 (132) Mark Watt 6/64
Mohammed Shahzad 74 (77) Josh Davey 3/60
SCO 2nd innings 10/118
Richie Berrington 24 (48) Aftab Alam 3/29
Calum Mcleod 20 (40) Dawlat Zadran 3/35
Afghanistan by 470 runs MOM Mohammed Shahzad
South Africa v India Newlands Cricket Ground
SA 1st innings 10/378
Heinrich Klaaseen 142 (226) Jasprit Bumrah 4/76
Dean Elgar 64 (102) Ishant Sharma 3/117
IND 1st Innings 10/304
Rohit Sharma 148 (154) Keshav Maharaj 6/70
Mayank Agarwal 44 (55) Wiaan Mulder 3/58
SA 2nd Innings 10/303
Quinton De Kock 100 (113) Ishant Sharma 4/70
Wiaan Mulder 64 (115) Ravi Ashwin 3/106
IND 2nd innings 10/252
Rishabh Pant 61 (58) Kagiso Rabada 5/60
Virat Kohli 56 (72) Keshav Maharaj 2/55
South Africa by 125 runs MOM Quinton De Kock
New Zealand v Netherlands Hagley Oval
NED 1st innings 10/162
Scott Edwards 44 (57) Trent Boult 6/40
Roelof Van Der Merwe 42 (53) Tim Southee 2/41
NZ 1st Innings 2/433 DEC
Tom Blundell 224* (254) Timm Van Der Gugten 1/80
Tom Latham 138 (185) Fred Klaasen 1/94
310 run partnership
NED 2nd innings 10/287
Max O’Dowd 127 (208) Tim Southee 4/65
Wesley Barresi 41 (75) Colin De Grandhomme 3/35
NZ 2nd Innings 0/17
Tom Blundell 16* (6)
Tom Latham 1* (1)
(310 runs partnership)
New Zealand won by 10 wickets (Target 17)
Pakistan v Oman Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
PAK 1st Innings 10/359
Mohammed Rizwan 158 (199) Bilal Khan 4/51
Asad Shafiq 69 (140) Mohammed Nadeem 2/54
OMA 1st Innings 10/263
Suraj Kumar 63* (117) Yasir Shah 4/74
Aqib Ilyas 45 (47) Wahab Riaz 3/56
PAK 2nd Innings 10/330
Asad Shafiq 69 (103) K Kaleemullah 3/58
Mohammed Rizwan 61 (56) Zeeshan Maqsood 2/36
OMA 2nd innings 10/79
Khawar Ali 35 (52) Yasir Shah 4/10
Zeeshan Maqsood 19 (25) Wahab Riaz 4/27
Pakistan by 347 runs MOM Mohammed Rizwan
Sri Lanka v USA Galle International Stadium
SL 1st Innings 10/176
Lahiru Thirimanne 54 (81) Timil Patel 4/27
Kusal Perera 37 (62) Saurabh Netravalker 3/41
USA 1st innings 10/41
Xavier Marshall 9 (19) Suranga Lakmal 3/3
Jessy Singh 8 (18) Lahiru Kumara 3/7
SL 2nd innings 10/428
Dinesh Chandimal 125 (169) Timil Patel 4/95
Kusal Perera 96 (113) Ali Khan 2/91
USA 2nd innings 10/141
Steven Taylor 46 (72) Suranga Lakmal 5/31
Aaron Jones 43 (95) Lahiru Kumara 2/32
Sri Lanka by 422 runs MOM Suranga Lakmal
Nepal v Canada Tribhuvan University
NEP 1st innings 10/181
Sandeep Lamichhane 43 (18) Nikhil Dutta 4/52
Sundeep Jora 40 (63) Romesh Erange 3/33
CAN 1st Innings 10/169
Navneet Dhaliwal 48 (67) Sandeep Lamichhane 4/45
Bhavindu Adhihetty 33 (62) Sompal Kami 2/56
NEP 2nd Innings 10/183
Dipendra Singh Airee 70 (131) Romesh Eranga 3/40
Paras Khadka 46 (93) Saad Bin Zafar 2/46
CAN 2nd Innings 10/164
Davy Jacobs 38 (65) Sandeep Lamichhane 4/62
Romesh Eranga 24* (15) Karan KC 3/44
Nepal won by 31 runs MOM Sandeep Lamichhane
England v Australia Lord’s
ENG 1st Innings 10/317
Jos Buttler 63 (69) Pat Cummins 3/68
Joe Root 61 (65) Mitchell Starc 2/51
AUS 1st Innings 10/330
Steve Smith 92 (138) Ben Stokes 3/58
Joe Burns 72 (80) James Anderson 3/76
ENG 2nd Innings 10/340
Joe Root 120 (148) Nathan Lyon 4/126
Jos Buttler 66 (76) Mitchell Starc 3/56
AUS 2nd Innings 4/333
Steve Smith 112* (145) Ben Stokes 2/57
Travis Head 78* (112) Stuart Broad 1/62
Australia win by 6 wickets MOM Steve Smith
Zimbabwe v Namibia Queens Sports Club
ZIM 1st Innings 10/215
Hamilton Masakadza 58 (86) JJ Smit 3/25
Malcolm Waller 45 (45) Christi Vijeon 2/30
NAM 1st Innings 10/105
Stephen Baard 22 (45) Tendai Chatara 3/10
Gerhard Erasmas 19 (25) Donald Tiripano 3/45
ZIM 2nd innings 10/288
Brendan Taylor 92 (136) Christopher Coombe 3/41
Sean Williams 69 (90) JJ Smit 2/25
NAM 2nd Innings 10/175
Stephen Baard 74 (123) Graeme Cremer 4/24
Lo-Handre Louwrens 45 (67) Tendai Chatara 2/61
Zimbabwe won by 223 runs MOM Brendan Taylor
Ireland v West Indies Malahide Cricket Ground
IRE 1st Innings 10/433
Paul Stirling 118 (150) Kemar Roach 4/119
Will Porterfield 118 (150) Jason Holder 2/61
WI 1st Innings 10/484
Shai Hope 146 (191) Craig Young 3/34
Kraigg Brathwaite 96 (144) Andy McBrine 2/108
IRE 2nd Innings 10/217
James McCollum 65 (122) Jason Holder 6/74
Gary Wilson 56 (76) Shannon Gabriel 2/53
WI 2nd Innings 6/170
Kraigg Brathwaite 77 (92) Stuart Thompson 2/17
Roston Chase 39 (64) Kevin O’Brien 1/13
West Indies by 4 wickets MOM Jason Holder
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2020.10.19 02:17 Bahamas_is_relevant NHL players by birth state: an analysis.

With the recent talk of how Jake Sanderson, #5OA pick of the Senators, could be the first-ever Montana-born NHLer, I decided to do a little research project. Here’s the amount of NHL players from each US state, as well as DC. Additionally, there’s the players per 100k residents ratio, as well as some notable-ish guys from each state.
Some ground rules:
State # of players Players per 100k residents Notable natives
Alabama 3 0.06 Nic Dowd
Alaska 13 1.78 Scott Gomez, Brandon Dubinsky, Matt Carle, Nate Thompson
Arizona 4 0.06 Sean Couturier, Matthew Tkachuk
Arkansas 0 N/A N/A
California 45 0.11 Auston Matthews, Jason Zucker, Brooks Orpik, Thatcher Demko
Colorado 16 0.28 Jaccob Slavin, Ben Bishop
Connecticut 33 0.93 Craig Janney, Jonathan Quick, Max Pacioretty, Kevin Shattenkirk, Ron Hainsey, and a lot of other guys.
Delaware 1 0.10 Mark Eaton, literally the only one.
District of Columbia 2 0.28 Kevyn Adams
Florida 14 0.07 Shayne Gostisbehere, Jakob Chychrun, Quinn and Jack Hughes
Georgia 3 0.07 Mark Mowers
Hawaii 0 N/A N/A
Idaho 2 0.11 Pat Shea and Guyle Fielder only have 19 combined games, and they’re the only two.
Illinois 69 0.55 Chris Chelios, Eddie Olcyzk, Craig Anderson, Ryan Dzingel, and a lot of other guys.
Indiana 10 0.15 Donald Brashear, Jack Johnson
Iowa 3 0.10 Cal Petersen
Kansas 0 N/A N/A
Kentucky 0 N/A N/A
Louisiana 0 N/A N/A
Maine 8 0.60 Brian Dumoulin, Rick DiPietro
Maryland 4 0.07 Jeff Halpern
Massachusetts 201 2.92 Jeremy Roenick, Keith Tkachuk, John Carlson, Keith Yandle, and a lot of other guys.
Michigan 181 1.81 Mike Modano, Doug Weight, Brian Rolston, Connor Hellebuyck, and a lot of other guys.
Minnesota 283 5.04 Phil Housley, Zach Parise, Matt Cullen, Blake Wheeler, and so, so many others. State of Hockey indeed.
Mississippi 1 0.03 Mathieu Olivier is literally the only one.
Missouri 22 0.36 Pat Lafontaine, Patrick Maroon, Clayton Keller, Brady Tkachuk, and a few others.
Montana 0 N/A N/A, although Jake Sanderson could become the first.
Nebraska 3 0.10 Jake Guentzel, Jed Ortmeyer
Nevada 1 0.03 Golden Knights Legend Gage Quinney is it.
New Hampshire 14 1.02 Ben Lovejoy, Casey DeSmith
New Jersey 23 0.26 Bobby Ryan, James and Trevor van Riemsdyk, Johnny Gaudreau, and a few others.
New Mexico 0 N/A N/A
New York 131 0.67 Patrick Kane, Nick and Marcus Foligno, Mathieu Schneider, Jimmy Howard, and a lot of others.
North Carolina 3 0.02 Jared Boll, Ben Smith, and Logan Brown are the only 3.
North Dakota 15 1.97 Paul Gaustad, Tim Jackman
Ohio 30 0.26 Dave Ellett, Brian Smolinski, JT Miller
Oklahoma 5 0.13 Tyler Arnason, Jon Merrill
Oregon 6 0.14 Jere Gillis
Pennsylvania 35 0.27 RJ Umberger, Mike Richter, Brandon Saad, John Gibson, and a few others.
Rhode Island 20 1.89 Keith Carney, Bryan Berard, Noel Acciari
South Carolina 1 0.01 Ryan Hartman's the only one.
South Dakota 0 N/A N/A
Tennessee 0 N/A N/A
Texas 10 0.03 Brian Leetch, Tyler Myers, Seth and Caleb Jones, Blake Coleman
Utah 5 0.15 Steve Konowalchuk, Trevor Lewis
Vermont 2 0.32 John Leclair
Virginia 5 0.06 Eric Weinrich, Scott Lachance, Scott Darling
Washington 13 0.17 TJ Oshie, Tyler Johnson, Derek Ryan
West Virginia 0 N/A N/A
Wisconsin 38 0.65 Gary and Ryan Suter, Phil Kessel, Joe Pavelski, Alex Galchenyuk, and a handful of other guys.
Wyoming 0 N/A N/A
And some other little data bits:
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Most players, state Minnesota, 283
Highest players-to-residents ratio, state Minnesota, 5.04 players per 100k residents.
Least players, state (not including 0-states) Delaware, Mississippi, Nevada, and South Carolina, 1 each.
Lowest players-to-residents ratio, state (not including 0-states) South Carolina,​ 0.01 players per 100k residents.
Thanks for reading!
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2020.08.06 20:54 Blinsin game thread: washington capitals @ phiadelphia flyers 4pm

HELLO EVERYONE! I'VE BEEN LET OUT OF MY BOX FOR TODAY'S GAME. IT'S THE FUCKING CAPITALS! FUCK THE CAPS! LET'S FUCKING DO THIS SHIT!
Channel: NBCSP
Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic
Comment Stream
Time Zone
4:00pm EST
3:00pm CST
2:00pm MTZ
1:00pm PST
8:00pm GMT

Philadelphia Flyers

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Claude Giroux Sean Couturier Jakub Voracek
Scott Laughton Kevin Hayes Travis Konecny
Connor Bunnaman Derek Grant Tyler Pitlick
Joel Farabee Nate Thompson Nic Aube-Kubel
Left Defense Right Defense
Ivan Provorov Matt Niskanen
Travis Sanheim Phil Myers
Robert Hagg Justin Braun
Goalie
Brian Elliott
Carter Hart

Washington Capitals

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Alex Ovechkin Evgeny Kuznetsov Tom Wilson
Jakub Vrana Nicklas Bäckström T.J. Oshie
Carl Hagelin Travis Boyd Ilya Kovalchuk
Richard Panik Nic Dowd Garnet Hathaway
Left Defense Right Defense
Brenden Dillon Dmitry Orlov
Michal Kempny Radko Gudas
Jonas Siegenthaler Nick Jensen
Goalie
Braden Holtby
Vitek Vanecek

Score

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1 1 1 3
0 0 1 1
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- sargent slaughton! travis konecny kevin hayes
- travie! kevin hayes scott laughton
- sargent slaughton!! kevin hayes travis konecny
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- Travis Boyd Carl Hagelin Radko Gudas
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2020.07.10 11:42 Btcyoda History rhymes, thank God we now have Bitcoin

This is such a well written and researched piece of Alasdair I can only humble copy paste it, enjoy:
Get ready because unprecedented wealth destruction is coming.
July 9 (King World News) – Alasdair Macleod: So far, the current economic situation, together with the response by major governments, compares with the run-in to the depression of the 1930s. Yet to come in the repetitious credit cycle is the collapse in financial asset values and a banking crisis.
When the scale of the banking crisis is known the scale of monetary inflation involved will become more obvious. But in the politics of it, Trump is being set up as the equivalent of Herbert Hoover, and presumably Joe Biden, if he is well advised, will soon campaign as a latter-day Roosevelt. In Britain, Boris Johnson has already called for a modern “new deal”, and in his “Hundred Days” his Chancellor is delivering it.
In the thirties, prices fell, only offset by the dollar’s devaluation in January 1934. This time, monetary inflation knows no limit. The wealth destruction through monetary inflation will be an added burden to contend with compared with the situation ninety years ago.
Introduction Boris Johnson recently compared his reconstruction plan with Franklin D Roosevelt’s New Deal. Such is the myth of FDR and his new deal that even libertarian Boris now invokes them. Unless he is just being political, he shows he knows little about the economic situation that led to the depression.
It would not be unusual, even for a libertarian politician. FDR is immensely popular with the inflationists who overwhelmingly wrote the economic history of the depression era. In fact, FDR was not the first “something must be done” American president, a policy which started with his predecessor, Herbert Hoover. But the story told is that FDR took over from heartless Hoover who had failed to step in and rescue the economy from a free-market catastrophe, by standing back and letting events take their course instead. Nothing is further from the truth: Hoover was an interventionist to his fingertips. The last of the laissez-faire presidents was Calvin Coolidge, Hoover’s predecessor.
A few years ago, the BBC broadcast a programme extolling the virtues of FDR and his new deal. Stephanie Flanders, at that time the BBC’s economics correspondent, reiterated the myth about Hoover being a non-interventionist and FDR having all the correct reflationary policies. In a piece to camera at the Hoover Dam, no less, she recounted how it was an example of FDR’s new deal stimulus. While it wasn’t completed until 1936, building started in 1931 as a project by the eponymous Hoover, pursuing the same interventionist policies as FDR before FDR’s landslide election. It was never FDR’s project, the clue being in the dam’s name. Research by Flanders and the BBC was either biased, deficient, blind or all three.
The myth that has even drawn in Boris is so powerful it has intelligent people swearing the earth is flat. The FDR fairy-story is fundamental to the modern state’s interventionist stance; the very reason for its existence and its welfare commitments to the electorate. Wishful thinking about FDR’s pioneering role is now the pervasive theology. But the way the world is viewed cannot change the facts, and to quote FDR and his new deal as the template for economic policy is to repeat the errors that led to the longest and deepest depression in American history.
If in a few words one was to sum up why the state fails in its interventionist quest, it would be its inability to understand change. Free markets change all the time. Businesses and whole industries evolve and disappear in a natural process of selection driven by the consumer. The state’s response to a crisis is always aimed at a return to normality; normality being an unchanged state from before the crisis. The state protects yesterday’s jobs and yesterday’s businesses. Worse, by preventing evolutionary change at the heart of a dynamic economy it deprives it of the resources required to evolve. And that’s why the depression lasted into the Second World War.
The back-story to the depression
Before Hoover, US presidents understood a hands-off policy would let the economy rapidly fix itself. The post-war 1920—1921 depression in America was allowed to run its course. It lasted just eighteen months and was the prelude to a period of technological revolution that gave enormous benefits in the quality of life for all Americans. Following President Harding’s death in 1923, Coolidge was elected the new president. While Coolidge enforced a strict laissez-faire policy, he was either unaware of or ignored the monetary policies of Benjamin Strong at the Fed, which, to be fair to Coolidge, was only a decade old. The Fed’s monetary policy was the cause of an inflationary boom which ended in a stockmarket bubble in 1929.
In 1927, Coolidge announced he would not be standing for a second term, and Herbert Hoover was elected President in 1928 nearly a year before the stock market crisis occurred.
Fuelled by a free market approach and the stimulus of unbacked credit, when Hoover took office in March 1929 the economy was, in the epithet of historians, roaring. We can now begin our comparison with the present day. Boris Johnson became Prime Minister after a similar inflation-fuelled period; but the more important correlation is with Republican Donald Trump, whose interventionist policies imitate Hoover’s from his time as Secretary of Commerce in Harding’s administration onwards. Hoover deported immigrants and Trump builds a wall, both reasoning they take American jobs. And like Hoover, Trump uses tariffs to protect farmers and businesses from foreign competition deemed unfair.
The combination of a massive credit expansion in the 1920s and the Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act passed by congress in October 1929 — the month of the Wall Street Crash — serves as a template for the condition of America’s economy today. Apart from some differences in timing, the most significant difference is in the money. Before April 1933 the dollar was freely exchangeable by the public for gold at $20.67 to the ounce; today the dollar is unbacked. Prices were stable, today they rise.
By passing the Smoot-Hawley Act at the top of the credit cycle, Congress ensured a sharp downturn in the economic outlook, persuading bankers to call in their loans. The economy began to contract, and interventionist Hoover went to work. To quote from his memoires;
“…the primary question at once arose as to whether the President and the Federal government should undertake to investigate and remedy the evils… No President before had ever believed that there was a governmental responsibility in such cases. No matter what the urging on previous occasions, Presidents steadfastly had maintained that the Federal government was apart from such eruptions . . . therefore, we had to pioneer a new field.”
Hoover called a series of White House conferences with industry leaders and bankers to persuade them to invest and maintain wages in order to keep consumer spending going. Like the neo-Keynesians of today, Hoover believed consumer spending was vital for the economy, but failed to make the connection with production, which is always first in temporal order, and provides the product for consumption without which it cannot happen. Hoover’s view on maintaining wages is reflected today in minimum wage rates, which innocuous though they may seem render certain activities uneconomic.
As is the case today, the Fed was ready to inflate. According to Murray Rothbard, the Fed “…was just as ready to try to cure the depression by inflating further. It stepped in immediately to expand credit and bolster shaky financial positions. In an act unprecedented in its history, the Federal Reserve moved in during the week of the crash—the final week of October—and in that brief period added almost $300 million to the reserves of the nation’s banks. During that week, the Federal Reserve doubled its holdings of government securities, adding over $150 million to reserves, and it discounted about $200 million more for member banks.”
Monetary policy was a doppelganger for the Fed’s policies today. In today’s money, $300 million is about $26bn, using gold as the conversion factor. Today’s stimulus is a thousand times greater in real terms — so far.
In 1932 Roosevelt won a landslide against Hoover, and as was the custom at the time he took office the following March. Only a week before, an assassination attempt on Roosevelt struck the wrong man who died shortly afterwards. Banks were failing. Farmers were in revolt. The numbers of unemployed were increasing alarmingly. Hoover’s reflationary policies had failed, and he was said to be the least popular man in America on inauguration day. Fast-forward eighty-eight years and we see President Trump following in Hoover’s footsteps in this election year; and we can be pretty sure Joe Biden — if he is not asleep at the wheel — will cast himself as the new FDR with his version of the new deal.
Roosevelt then delivered his inaugural address, which included the famous line, “So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” His speech was followed by the Hundred Days, the first time a president had set such a schedule. In Britain, Rishi Sunak, the new Chancellor, is now pursuing his version of a Hundred Days announcing subsidies and new support as the occasion demands, financed by monetary inflation. Admittedly Sunak remains a free marketeer but has yet to prove his measures are temporary. Meanwhile, President Trump is destroying his administration’s finances in an attempt to contain the economic fallout from the coronavirus in his election year.
They say that repeating a failed action in search of a different outcome is a sign of madness. Hoover and Roosevelt were pioneers of today’s failed economic policies and it is their post-war successors who are arguably certifiable. But the problem is deeper than that, with the public voting for the same failed policies, so even an economically literate politician has to deliver solutions in that context. It is what makes history repetitious. Instead of economics, psychological factors drive politics, including the public desire for the state to provide easy solutions to economic and personal difficulties. But the lesson from the Hoover era is that we stand on the precipice of an economic collapse as a result of a combination of excessive credit creation in the years before and the introduction of trade tariffs. And that was before the coronavirus was added to this lethal mix.
The psychology suggests that this time the politicians and the monetary authorities will pursue much the same course as before, even more aggressively. So far, the evidence supports this thesis, and it allows us to anticipate mistakes yet to be made.
The credit cycle and the banks A notable feature of the Wall Street crash and the onset of the depression were bank failures. Not only had the 24,000 American commercial banks extended unbacked credit throughout the 1920s, but their reserves were to an extent, fictitious. This arose from double counting cheques in the process of clearing, remaining in the cash reserves of the bank upon which it was drawn while being immediately credited to the receiving bank’s cash reserves.
But when the public began to withdraw cash in increasing amounts this false liquidity was exposed. The initial banking panic began in November 1930 in Tennessee when a correspondent network in Nashville collapsed after the Bank of Tennessee closed its doors, forcing over 100 institutions to suspend operations. And as the contraction in bank credit continued, additional correspondent systems imploded. That was only the start of it. The Bank of the United States in New York in December was followed by a new banking crisis in Chicago the following June, this time involving real estate. In 1932 over 2,000 banks closed, and in 1933 a further 4,000.[iii]
The banking scene is very different today. Instead of many thousands of small one and two-branch banks the system is dominated by large international behemoths, global systemically important banks — the G-SIBs. They operate under the rules and regulations of the Basel Committee, currently Basel III, administered by national regulators.
Aping the crookery of double-counting floating cheques, today’s banks game the system, this time aided and abetted by the regulators, who, so long as the forms are correctly filed, are happy to look the other way. Indeed, as their stress tests have shown they would rather gloss over the issue of inadequate capitalisation. The full weakness of the global banking system is illustrated in Figure 1, which shows the leverage between total assets on the G-SIB balance sheets and their market capitalisation. The regulators persist in using the relationship between total assets and balance sheet equity instead, despite the market valuing a typical bank’s equity at considerably less than book value. 
Bank equity valuations on 8 July have benefited from the liquidity-driven rally in global stock markets, with Deutsche Bank’s shares, for example, almost doubling from a low of €4.50 in mid-March. The recovery is not a sign of new-found strength but merely reflects the severe disconnection between rising financial asset values and a collapsing economy, which will almost certainly lead to a substantial adjustment to the detriment of financial asset values.
The full weaknesses of the current system are described in a paper on the big UK banks, jointly authored by Dean Buckner and Kevin Dowd. Figure 1 was constructed using the methodology in that paper. It is a strongly recommended read for anyone seeking to understand the severe risks associated with not just the UK banking system, but the G-SIBs in all jurisdictions plus other significant banks not on the G-SIB list.
With a fundamentally weak global banking system, over-leveraged and virtually guaranteed to collapse as current financial and economic conditions deteriorate, a new banking failure could make the first wave of bank failures in 1930 Nashville look like a vicar’s tea-party. The failure of just one major bank anywhere in the world is likely to degenerate into a widespread panic, because global regulation has ensured they all game the system similarly and they all share the same weaknesses to greater or lesser degree. In another potentially fatal error, following the Lehman crisis the G-20 agreed new rules designed to ensure that the costs of future bank failures are to be carried by bond holders and large depositors as well as shareholders, and not governments. Fortunately, this bail-in route is intended to be optional, but there is a risk that in a widespread banking crisis one or more of the G-20 members will go down the bail-in route, probably for banks not on the G-SIB list but smaller and no less significant banks. With some bailing-out and some bailing-in, simple nationalisation and preservation of all customer deposits becomes less likely, prompting a collapse not just in the banks bailed in, but a panic in all bank bonds and major deposits which would otherwise be protected in a clean bail-out. Putting the bail-in uncertainty to one side, instead of a series of bank failures between 1930-33 today’s global banking interdependence suggests one major crisis is more likely, which arguably has already started given the liquidity injections that have taken place since last September, commencing in the repo market.
A difference from the thirties is that cash money today is a lower proportion of overall money supply, payments being overwhelmingly electronic. Depositors queueing up to withdraw their funds in old fashioned bank runs cannot be ruled out, but today failing banks find funds transferred from them far more swiftly by electronic means, particularly from larger account balances lacking depositor protection.
One reason that central banks have encouraged the abandonment of cash is to lessen banks’ vulnerability to old fashioned bank runs. Instead, by acting as back-stop liquidity provider, even when other banks reduce credit lines to a stricken bank, the intention is that no bank need fail. By the creation of bank reserves through QE and using the repo facility to provide overnight liquidity, commercial banks are already drawing on this support, without which there would almost certainly have been a banking crisis already. On this basis, bank failures are already here, only they are hidden from public view. All that’s needed is for bank bond holders and large depositors to wake up fully to the risks to their capital for the banking crisis to become public. And that’s why the values of financial assets cannot be permitted to slide, because if they were to do so the whole financial system would rapidly collapse.
Money differences In the 1930s the dollar was exchangeable for gold until one month after Roosevelt’s inauguration, when he signed an executive order banning the ownership of gold and gold certificates. It was a prelude to the devaluation of the dollar to $35 to the ounce the following January, the rate at which US citizens were forbidden to own gold. Apart from that devaluation, and despite its demonetarisation from gold the dollar retained its objective exchange value, while the depression led to falling prices for traded goods and commodities.
Falling prices were the natural consequence of the contraction of bank credit, the imposition of trade tariffs and failing price support operations. Instead of inflationary unbacked bank credit contracting, it was sound money in the form of a gold-backed dollar that took the blame. The inflationists were in control in both fact and of the narrative, but they couldn’t quite discard gold altogether — that didn’t happen until 1971.
Today there is no backing for government currencies, being entirely fiat. There is therefore no restriction in the deployment of an inflationary tax to balance the government’s books. Measured in gold, the dollar has already lost 98% of its purchasing power since the late sixties, and now its supply is being increased at an unprecedented rate.
The mistake being made by central banks is to not understand that money is merely the mechanism for converting an individual’s labour into consumption. It is the means by which we compare one good against another. It is not, as modern economists seem to think, a means for individuals to evaluate the cheapness or dearness of a good in isolation. If that was the case, then current and prospective prices would broadly have the effect they expect. The failure of monetary policy, therefore, is in large measure due to the error of not understanding the true role of money in the economy. It wasn’t the increased purchasing power of the dollar in the 1930s which contracted the economy, but the withdrawal of bank credit combined with trade tariffs. Similarly, the falling purchasing power of the dollar today will not, on its own, stimulate consumption. This is not to merely dismiss the distortions in the market from changes in the quantity of money, which are damaging in many other respects. But above all, the debasement of the currency impoverishes the creative economy, the exact opposite of the effect intended.
It remains to be seen how far the destruction of fiat money will go, but as Figure 2 shows, M1 money has already jumped sharply — by 104% annualised between 24 February to 22 June. 
Conclusion Unfortunately, governments in the developed nations are making the same mistakes dealing with the current economic crisis as they made ninety years ago. As was the case between 1930—1933 we can be almost certain of a banking crisis. This time it will be global and almost certainly will require banks to be taken into public ownership. The cost will be immense, and it will be paid for by inflationary means.
The scale of it will mean an unprecedented destruction of wealth — hardly the basis for economic recovery. At the same time statist preservation of existing production for fear of unemployment will hamper, not help economic recovery; and, so long as fiat currencies retain any exchange value, there can be no economic revival. Indeed, the most important difference from the 1930s is the money, which could well collapse entirely. Guided by the pre-Keynesian economic theory of the Austrian school, of the economic consequences we can be certain. The political consequences in the long run can only be guessed
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2020.06.22 16:52 hurtfocker Molly’s Game (2017)

Watch this movie. I thought it’d be drier and filled with legal/gambling jargon and I was only half right.
It moves pretty fast for such a dense story. I was happy enough to recognize Jessica Chastain’s voice from her video calls in ‘Interstellar’. Her acting in my opinion, seems accurate of someone who has to remain calm in high stakes situations such as million dollar poker games or Olympic-qualifying sports. I don’t know if that’s what the real Molly Bloom was like, but I know that Chastain plays the role the ways it’s expected.
The dialogue is snappy. Even though they have to lay out the events that took place at Molly Bloom’s poker tables and what she and lawyer (played by Idris Elba) did to deal with the aftermath, they don’t bore you with it. I could see how less charming actors would make it a drag to watch.
This film knocks it out of the park when it comes to casting: Kevin Costner, Jeremy Strong, Michael Cera, Chris O’Dowd, and Bill Camp turn in memorable performances as well.
Edit: Learning who Matthew Robinson was blew my mind. That poor guy. Usually, when your day job is disappointing, you can rely on family to pick you up, but nope! He came in 2nd there too!
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2020.05.18 01:26 lacourseauxetoiles Since Da 5 Bloods is releasing it's first trailer tomorrow, here are my Oscar nomination predictions before we get the first real information on the race!

These predictions are being made under the assumption that Nomadland, Next Goal Wins, Jesus Was My Homeboy, Prisoner 760, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Land, After Yang, C’mon C’mon, Red White and Water, The Humans, Deep Water, French Exit, and The Last Duel all aren’t coming out until 2021.
These predictions are listed in order of likelihood of nomination, with the winner in bold and the runner-up italicized.
Best Picture
  1. Mank - Netflix (12 nominations, 2 wins: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Original Score)
  2. Dune - Warner Bros. (11 nominations, 4 wins: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound, Best Original Score)
  3. News of the World - Universal (9 nominations, 4 wins: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design)
  4. Da 5 Bloods - Netflix (9 nominations, 2 wins: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Film Editing, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Sound, Best Original Score)
  5. The Father - Sony Pictures Classics (4 nominations, 1 win: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay)
  6. The French Dispatch - Searchlight Pictures (8 nominations, 1 win: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Makeup & Hairstyling, Best Original Score)
  7. Soul - Pixar (4 nominations, 1 win: Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Sound, Best Animated Feature)
  8. West Side Story - 20th Century Studios (7 nominations, 0 wins: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Film Editing, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design, Best Sound)
  9. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom - Netflix (5 nominations, 1 win: Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Makeup & Hairstyling)
Alternates: Tenet - Warner Bros. (4 nominations, 0 wins: Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects, Best Sound, Best Original Score), Hillbilly Elegy - Netflix (3 nominations, 1 win: Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Adapted Screenplay), Minari - A24 (2 nominations, 0 wins: Best Supporting Actor, Best Original Screenplay), Stillwater - Focus Features (1 nomination: Best Actor), Ammonite (2 nominations, 0 wins: Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress), I’m Thinking of Ending Things - Netflix, The Trial of the Chicago 7 - Paramount (1 nomination, 0 wins: Best Supporting Actor), The Starling - Netflix, Respect - United Artists, Annette - Amazon, On the Rocks - A24, The Eyes of Tammy Faye - Searchlight Pictures, The Midnight Sky - Netflix, The Life Ahead - Netflix, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime - 20th Century Studios
Best Director
  1. David Fincher - Mank
  2. Denis Villeneuve - Dune
  3. Paul Greengrass - News of the World
  4. Spike Lee - Da 5 Bloods
  5. Wes Anderson - The French Dispatch
Alternates: Christopher Nolan - Tenet, Steven Spielberg - West Side Story, Charlie Kaufman - I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Leos Carax - Annette, Francis Lee - Ammonite, Sofia Coppola - On the Rocks, Lee Isaac Chung - Minari, Tom McCarthy - Stillwater, Florian Zeller - The Father, George Clooney - The Midnight Sky, Ron Howard - Hillbilly Elegy, Theodore Melfi - The Starling
Best Actor
  1. Anthony Hopkins - The Father
  2. Gary Oldman - Mank
  3. Tom Hanks - News of the World
  4. Chadwick Boseman - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
  5. Matt Damon - Stillwater
Alternates: Gabriel Basso - Hillbilly Elegy, Jesse Plemons - I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Adam Driver - Annette, Bill Murray - On the Rocks, Timothee Chalamet - Dune, Ben Affleck - The Way Back, John David Washington - Tenet, Andrew Garfield - The Eyes of Tammy Faye, George Clooney - The Midnight Sky
Best Actress
  1. Viola Davis - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
  2. Olivia Colman - The Father
  3. Rachel Zegler - West Side Story
  4. Kate Winslet - Ammonite
  5. Amy Adams - Hillbilly Elegy
Alternates: Jessie Buckley - I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Jennifer Hudson - Respect, Melissa McCarthy - The Starling, Elisabeth Moss - Invisible Man, Sophia Loren - The Life Ahead, Rashida Jones - On the Rocks, Jessica Chastain - The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Felicity Jones - The Midnight Sky
Best Supporting Actor
  1. Delroy Lindo - Da 5 Bloods
  2. Tom Pelphery - Mank
  3. Jonathan Majors - Da 5 Bloods
  4. Steven Yeun - Minari
  5. Yahya Abdul-Mahteen II - The Trial of the Chicago 7
Alternates: David Alvarez - West Side Story, Arliss Howard - Mank, Oscar Isaac - Dune, Timothee Chalamet - The French Dispatch, Benicio del Toro - The French Dispatch, Jeffrey Wright - The French Dispatch, Neil Sandilands - News of the World, Mark Rylance - The Trial of the Chicago 7, David Thewlis - I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Chris O’Dowd - The Starling, Sacha Baron Cohen - The Trial of the Chicago 7, Stellan Skarsgard - Dune, Kevin Kline - The Starling, Charles Dance - Mank, Eddie Redmayne - The Trial of the Chicago 7, Glynn Turman - Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Robert Pattinson - Tenet, Jeremy Strong - The Trial of the Chicago 7, Kyle Chandler - The Midnight Sky, Richard E. Grant - Everybody’s Talking About Jaime, Timothy Olyphant - The Starling
Best Supporting Actress
  1. Glenn Close - Hillbilly Elegy
  2. Amanda Seyfried - Mank
  3. Helena Zengel - News of the World
  4. Rita Moreno - West Side Story
  5. Saoirse Ronan - Ammonite
Alternates: Rebecca Ferguson - Dune, Abigail Breslin - Stillwater, Frances McDormand - The French Dispatch, Ariana de Bose - West Side Story, Toni Collette - I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Marion Cotillard - Annette, Youh Yuh-jung - Minari, Camille Cottin - Stillwater, Elizabeth Debicki - Tenet
Best Original Screenplay
  1. Mank
  2. Da 5 Bloods
  3. The French Dispatch
  4. Soul
  5. Minari
Alternates: Stillwater, Ammonite, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Tenet, The Starling, Annette, On the Rocks
Best Adapted Screenplay
  1. News of the World
  2. Dune
  3. The Father
  4. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
  5. Hillbilly Elegy
Alternates: I’m Thinking of Ending Things, West Side Story, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, The Midnight Sky, The Life Ahead, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime
Best Cinematography
  1. The French Dispatch
  2. Mank
  3. Dune
  4. Tenet
  5. News of the World
Alternates: West Side Story, I'm Thinking of Ending Things, Da 5 Bloods, Mulan, Annette, On the Rocks, Ammonite, The Midnight Sky, Respect, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime
Best Film Editing
  1. Mank
  2. Dune
  3. News of the World
  4. Da 5 Bloods
  5. Next Goal Wins
Alternates: Tenet, West Side Story, The French Dispatch, Stillwater, Hillbilly Elegy, No Time to Die, Respect, The Father, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Annette, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, The Midnight Sky, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime, The Starling, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Minari, Ammonite, On the Rocks, The Life Ahead
Best Production Design
  1. Dune
  2. The French Dispatch
  3. Mank
  4. News of the World
  5. West Side Story
Alternates: Tenet, Mulan, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Ammonite, Da 5 Bloods, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Respect, The Midnight Sky
Best Costume Design
  1. The French Dispatch
  2. Mank
  3. Dune
  4. News of the World
  5. West Side Story
Alternates: Ammonite, Mulan, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, The Trial of the Chicago 7, Respect, Da 5 Bloods, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime
Best Makeup & Hairstyling
  1. Mank
  2. Dune
  3. The French Dispatch
  4. Da 5 Bloods
  5. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
Alternates: News of the World, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime, Annette, Hillbilly Elegy, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, The Trial of the Chicago 7
Best Visual Effects
  1. Dune
  2. Tenet
  3. Black Widow
  4. Godzilla vs. Kong
  5. Wonder Woman 1984
Alternates: Mulan, No Time to Die, The Witches, The Midnight Sky
Best Sound
  1. Dune
  2. Da 5 Bloods
  3. Tenet
  4. West Side Story
  5. Soul
Alternates: News of the World, No Time to Die, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Respect, Mulan, Annette, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, Everybody’s Talking About Jaime, The Midnight Sky
Best Original Score
  1. Da 5 Bloods
  2. Mank
  3. The French Dispatch
  4. Dune
  5. Tenet
Alternates: Soul, Mulan
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2020.04.27 21:41 WalterEagle Most Mentioned Real People and/or Fictional Characters in the History of Blank Check

Going for the real nerdy shit record here...
Yes, I know, this is insane. I compiled it while operating the doors at a barely attended parking garage and finished it up in quarantine. Mostly it's just how my brain works, I'd rather be counting something than not while I sit around, and formulas do the bulk of the rest.
Numbers include any mention of a person/characteanimal/deity/robot/alien/monster, including nicknames and titles that refer to specifically that person. Also includes mentions of things named after them, e.g. movie title or corporations named for someone, if they refer specifically to one character. Some judgment calls were made for eligibility.
Includes all audio original to the podcast and its Patreon (the first time said audio is played), as well as episode titles and descriptions within the podcast apps, ads, and bonus episodes.

100 MOST MENTIONED
1. Ben Hosley - 10619
2. David Sims - 4502
3. Griffin Newman - 3745
4. Bruce Wayne - 2127
5. Anakin Skywalker - 1326
6. George Lucas - 1240
7. Steven Spielberg - 1229
8. Bruce Banner - 1079
9. Tony Stark - 1049
10. M. Night Shyamalan - 1012

11. Tim Burton - 1009
12. Tom Cruise - 951
13. Peter Parker - 840
14. Michael Mann - 821
15. Thor - 783
16. The Joker - 709
17. James Cameron - 706
18. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 700
19. Christopher Nolan - 675
20. Han Solo - 671

21. Jonathan Demme - 648
22. Sheev Palpatine - 644
23. Tom Hanks - 590
24. Yoda - 571
25. Padmé Amidala - 559
26. Ang Ferraguto - 553
27. Steve Rogers - 543
27. Luke Skywalker - 543
29. Hayao Miyazaki - 522
30. Nancy Meyers - 509

31. Ang Lee - 503
32. Will Smith - 498
33. Superman - 494
34. Cameron Crowe - 469
35. T-800/"The Terminator" - 453
36. Jack Nicholson - 450
37. Emily Yoshida - 441
38. Al Pacino - 424
39. Jar-Jar Binks - 413
40. Brad Bird - 411

41. Arnold Schwarzenegger - 397
42. J.D. Amato - 396
43. Alex Murphy/RoboCop - 372
44. Johnny Depp - 370
45. Robert Downey Jr. - 369
45. Max Rockatansky - 369
47. Robert De Niro - 357
48. Rey - 354
49. The Tick - 351
50. Paul Verhoeven - 339

51. Leia Organa - 338
52. Donald Trump - 336
53. Watto - 328
53. Tintin - 328
55. Mark Wahlberg - 314
56. James L. Brooks - 309
57. Scott Lang - 307
58. Chewbacca - 306
59. C-3PO - 305
60. Bucky Barnes - 302

61. Samuel L. Jackson - 300
62. Shrek - 294
63. Bruce Willis - 291
64. Meryl Streep - 288
64. R2-D2 - 288
64. Irwin "Fletch" Fletcher - 288
67. Richard Lawson - 287
68. Mel Gibson - 286
69. Kylo Ren - 284
70. Leonardo DiCaprio - 283

71. Abraham Lincoln - 277
72. Lana Wachowski - 275
73. Kathryn Bigelow - 274
74. God - 273
74. Jimmy Smits - 273
74. George Miller - 273
77. Lilly Wachowski - 272
78. Forky - 271
78. Thanos - 271
80. Harrison Ford - 270
80. T'Challa - 270
80. Bill Murray - 270

83. Adam Sandler - 266
84. Satan/The Devil - 264
85. Alex Ross Perry - 262
86. Hannibal LecteLecktor - 260
87. Chris Gethard - 256
88. Romilly Newman - 246
89. Wreck-It Ralph - 243
90. Natalie Portman - 240

91. Harry Potter - 239
91. Betelgeuse/Beetlejuice - 239
91. Groot - 239
94. Martin Scorsese - 236
94. Indiana Jones - 236
96. Finn - 233
97. Bradley Cooper - 231
98. Liam Neeson - 230
99. Kevin Feige - 228
99. J.J. Abrams - 228

And some supplemental/category info:

MAIN FEED ONLY
  1. Ben Hosley - 8670
  2. David Sims - 3505
  3. Griffin Newman - 2984
  4. Bruce Wayne - 1949
  5. Steven Spielberg - 1191
  6. Anakin Skywalker - 1136
  7. George Lucas - 998
  8. M. Night Shyamalan - 988
  9. Tom Cruise - 913
  10. Tim Burton - 890
  11. Michael Mann - 773
  12. James Cameron - 693
  13. The Joker - 662
  14. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 654
  15. Christopher Nolan - 650
  16. Jonathan Demme - 576
  17. Padme Amidala - 549
  18. Tom Hanks - 542
  19. Sheev Palpatine - 527
  20. Nancy Meyers - 494

(major dips for Marvel, but Hulk is still 24th)

PATREON ONLY
  1. Ben Hosley - 1949
  2. David Sims - 997
  3. Tony Stark - 871
  4. Griffin Newman - 761
  5. Thor - 635
  6. Bruce Banner - 627
  7. Peter Parker - 543
  8. Steve Rogers - 491
  9. Bucky Barnes - 291
  10. Han Solo - 270
  11. Scott Lang - 256
  12. George Lucas - 242
  13. Thanos - 238
  14. Luke Skywalker - 236
  15. Groot - 215
  16. Robert Downey Jr. - 212
  17. Ang Ferraguto - 206
  18. T’Challa - 206
  19. Kevin Feige - 195
  20. Loki - 194

MENTIONED IN THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF EPISODES
  1. David Sims - 330
  2. Griffin Newman - 330
  3. Ben Hosley - 319
  4. Bruce Wayne - 183
  5. Angela Ferraguto - 156
  6. Pat Reynolds - 145
  7. Layne Montgomery - 145
  8. Joe Bowen - 141
  9. The Tick - 134
  10. Steven Spielberg - 132
  11. Peter Parker - 123
  12. George Lucas - 118
  13. Donald Trump - 113
  14. Clark Kent - 106
  15. God - 99
  16. Tom Cruise - 96
  17. M. Night Shyamalan - 88
  18. Tony Stark - 86
  19. Tim Burton - 84
  20. Thor - 84

MENTIONS-PER-EPISODE (minimum 5 episodes)
  1. Ben Hosley - 33.29
  2. Anakin Skywalker - 17.92
  3. Hayao Miyazaki - 17.37
  4. Groot - 17.07
  5. Neo - 15
  6. The Vision - 14.75
  7. Lupin the Third - 14.57
  8. Finn - 14.56
  9. Porco Rosso - 14.29
  10. Gina Gershon - 14.2
  11. Ron Silver - 14.2
  12. Ponyo - 14.07
  13. Sheev Palpatine - 13.7
  14. David Sims - 13.64
  15. Kylo Ren - 13.52
  16. Michael Mann - 13.24
  17. Jonathan Demme - 13.23
  18. Chip Smith - 13.17
  19. Rey - 13.11
  20. Padme Amidala - 13

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
  1. Bruce Wayne - 2127
  2. Anakin Skywalker - 1326
  3. Bruce Banner - 1079
  4. Tony Stark - 1049
  5. Peter Parker - 840
  6. Thor - 783
  7. The Joker - 709
  8. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 700
  9. Han Solo - 671
  10. Sheev Palpatine - 644
  11. Yoda - 571
  12. Padme Amidala - 559
  13. Steve Rogers - 543
  14. Luke Skywalker - 543
  15. Superman - 494
  16. The TerminatoT-800 - 453
  17. Jar-Jar Binks - 413
  18. Alex Murphy/RoboCop - 372
  19. Max Rockatansky - 369
  20. Rey - 354

DIRECTORS
  1. George Lucas - 1240
  2. Steven Spielberg - 1229
  3. M. Night Shyamalan - 1012
  4. Tim Burton - 1009
  5. Michael Mann - 821
  6. James Cameron - 706
  7. Christopher Nolan - 675
  8. Jonathan Demme - 648
  9. Tom Hanks - 590
  10. Hayao Miyazaki - 522
  11. Nancy Meyers - 509
  12. Ang Lee - 503
  13. Cameron Crowe - 469
  14. Jack Nicholson - 450
  15. Emily Yoshida - 441
  16. Al Pacino - 424
  17. Brad Bird - 411
  18. J.D. Amato - 396
  19. Johnny Depp - 370
  20. Robert De Niro - 357

ACTORS
  1. Griffin Newman - 3745
  2. M. Night Shyamalan - 1012
  3. Tom Cruise - 951
  4. Tom Hanks - 590
  5. Will Smith - 498
  6. Jack Nicholson - 450
  7. Al Pacino - 424
  8. Johnny Depp - 370
  9. Robert Downey Jr. - 369
  10. Robert De Niro - 357
  11. Mark Wahlberg - 314
  12. Samuel L. Jackson - 300
  13. Bruce Willis - 291
  14. Meryl Streep - 288
  15. Mel Gibson - 286
  16. Leonardo DiCaprio - 283
  17. Jimmy Smits - 273
  18. Harrison Ford - 270
  19. Bill Murray - 270
  20. Adam Sandler - 266

FEMALE ACTORS
  1. Meryl Streep - 288
  2. Natalie Portman - 240
  3. Anne Hathaway - 207
  4. Sigourney Weaver - 141
  5. Michelle Pfeiffer - 126
  6. Scarlett Johansson - 122
  7. Kate Winslet - 121
  8. Cameron Diaz - 110
  9. Holly Hunter - 109
  10. Reese Witherspoon - 108
  11. Carrie Fisher - 105
  12. Amy Adams - 104
  13. Goldie Hawn - 96
  14. Emma Stone - 87
  15. Kirsten Dunst - 85
  16. Oprah Winfrey - 82
  17. Jamie Lee Curtis - 81
  18. Diane Keaton - 78
  19. Tea Leoni - 78
  20. Gwyneth Paltrow - 77
  21. Marisa Tomei - 77

TOTAL THROUGHOUT STAR WARS EPISODES/COMMENTARIES
  1. Anakin Skywalker - 1280
  2. Ben Hosley - 1238
  3. George Lucas - 1001
  4. Griffin Newman - 729
  5. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 679
  6. Sheev Palpatine - 622
  7. Davis Sims - 596
  8. Han Solo - 574
  9. Padme Amidala - 544
  10. Yoda - 517
  11. Luke Skywalker - 498
  12. Jar-Jar Binks - 394
  13. Rey - 314
  14. Leia Organa - 313
  15. C-3PO - 292
  16. R2-D2 - 285
  17. Kylo Ren - 257
  18. Chewbacca - 252
  19. Watto - 248
  20. Finn - 223

IN THE BLANK CHECK AWARDS EPISODES (including Patreon)
  1. Ben Hosley - 243
  2. Joe Reid - 111
  3. Griffin Newman - 110
  4. David Sims - 104
  5. Bruce Wayne - 59
  6. Bruce Willis - 47
  7. Sully Sullenberger - 44
  8. Adam Driver - 39
  9. Tom Hanks - 35
  10. Bradley Cooper - 31
  11. Billy Crystal - 31
  12. Willem Dafoe - 31
  13. Carol Aird - 28
  14. Lady Bird McPherson - 27
  15. Vicky Krieps - 27
  16. Mahershala Ali - 26
  17. Amy Adams - 25
  18. Michael B. Jordan - 25
  19. Florence Pugh - 25
  20. Saoirse Ronan - 24

IN THE MCU COMMENTARIES (+performance review)
  1. Ben Hosley - 1113
  2. Tony Stark - 871
  3. Thor - 618
  4. Bruce Banner - 581
  5. Peter Parker - 526
  6. Steve Rogers - 489
  7. David Sims - 405
  8. Griffin Newman - 332
  9. Bucky Barnes - 289
  10. Scott Lang - 248
  11. Thanos - 236
  12. Groot - 214
  13. Robert Downey Jr. - 209
  14. T'Challa - 194
  15. Loki - 194
  16. Kevin Feige - 180
  17. Stephen Strange - 179
  18. The Vision - 165
  19. Carol Danvers - 138
  20. Ultron - 128

IN THE MARCH MADNESS RECAPS
  1. Ben Hosley - 137
  2. Chip Smith - 126
  3. David Sims - 87
  4. Michael Bay - 53
  5. Robert Zemeckis - 51
  6. Griffin Newman - 45
  7. Guillermo Del Toro - 45
  8. Sam Raimi - 40
  9. Ang Ferraguto - 37
  10. George Miller - 37
  11. Prince - 36
  12. Jonathan Demme - 34
  13. Barry Sonnenfeld - 34
  14. Bong Joon-ho - 34
  15. Martin Brest - 33
  16. Francis Ford Coppola - 28
  17. Gore Verbinski - 28
  18. Joel Coen - 28
  19. Ethan Coen - 28
  20. Paul Thomas Anderson - 27
  21. Elaine May - 27
  22. Michael Mann - 27

BLANK CHECK GUESTS
  1. George Lucas - 1240
  2. Emily Yoshida - 441
  3. J.D. Amato - 396
  4. Richard Lawson - 287
  5. Alex Ross Perry - 262
  6. Chris Gethard - 256
  7. Romilly Newman - 246
  8. David Ehrlich - 227
  9. Layne Montgomery - 189
  10. Esther Zuckerman - 184
  11. James Newman - 158
  12. Chip Smith - 158
  13. Bobby Finger - 154
  14. Katey Rich - 152
  15. Joe Reid - 152
  16. Emma Stefansky - 143
  17. Fran Hoepfner - 138
  18. James Schamus - 125
  19. Pilot Viruet - 125
  20. Emily VanDerWerff - 116

GUYS NAMED CHRIS
  1. Nolan - 675
  2. Gethard - 256
[Bale]
  1. Walken - 124
  2. Hemsworth - 106
  3. Weitz - 98
  4. Pine - 96
  5. Evans - 92
  6. Pratt - 88
[Waltz]
  1. Rock - 79
  2. Lee - 71
  3. McQuarrie - 50
  4. Miller - 43
  5. Plummer - 37
  6. Columbus - 30
  7. Elliott - 26
  8. Christopher Robin - 25
  9. Christopher Weiss/Slipknot - 24
  10. Markus - 23
  11. Meloni - 20
  12. O'Dowd - 20


And, top ten by miniseries (including bonus and Patreon bonus related to the series):

THE PHANTOM PODCAST
  1. Jar-Jar Binks - 219
  2. George Lucas - 204
  3. Padme Amidala - 179
  4. Qui-Gon Jinn - 157
  5. Ben Hosley - 138
  6. Anakin Skywalker - 136
  7. Watto - 130
  8. Griffin Newman - 112
  9. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 106
  10. David Sims - 92

ATTACK OF THE PODCAST
  1. Anakin Skywalker - 224
  2. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 196
  3. Ben Hosley - 179
  4. Padme Amidala - 176
  5. Count Dooku - 106
  6. George Lucas - 105
  7. Griffin Newman - 101
  8. Dexter Jettster - 97
  9. David Sims - 96
  10. Yoda - 96

REVENGE OF THE PODCAST
  1. Anakin Skywalker - 535
  2. George Lucas - 369
  3. Sheev Palpatine - 310
  4. Ben Hosley - 263
  5. Obi-Wan Kenobi - 245
  6. Griffin Newman - 222
  7. General Grievous - 179
  8. Yoda - 177
  9. Padme Amidala - 170
  10. David Sims - 128

POD NIGHT SHYAMACAST
  1. M. Might Shyamalan - 838
  2. Ben Hosley - 471
  3. Bruce Willis - 193
  4. Griffin Newman - 164
  5. David Sims - 155
  6. Mr. Glass - 117
  7. Mel Gibson - 112
  8. Mark Wahlberg - 99
  9. Will Smith - 95
  10. Joaquin Phoenix - 74

THE PODCHOWSKI CASTERS
  1. Ben Hosley - 431
  2. Lana Wachowski - 201
  3. Lilly Wachowski - 197
  4. Neo - 172
  5. Speed Racer - 158
  6. Griffin Newman - 97
  7. David Sims - 90
  8. Agent Smith - 74
  9. Jupiter Jones - 71
  10. Morpheus - 71

WE POD A CAST
  1. Ben Hosley - 407
  2. Cameron Crowe - 376
  3. Tom Cruise - 204
  4. Jerry Maguire - 173
  5. David Sims - 107
  6. Griffin Nemwan - 98
  7. Orlando Bloom - 66
  8. Emma Stone - 57
  9. Penelope Cruz - 55
  10. John Cusack - 48
  11. Marc Maron - 48

PODINATOR: JUDGMENT CAST
  1. Ben Hosley - 600
  2. James Cameron - 503
  3. T-800/The Terminator - 337
  4. Arnold Schwarzenegger - 220
  5. David Sims - 151
  6. Toruk - 150
  7. Griffin Newman - 138
  8. Bill Paxton - 101
  9. Sigourney Weaver - 81
  10. Ed Harris - 65
  11. Leonardo DiCaprio - 65

POD ME IF YOU CAST
  1. Steven Spielberg - 880
  2. Ben Hosley - 656
  3. Tom Hanks - 282
  4. Tintin - 273
  5. Tom Cruise - 238
  6. Abraham Lincoln - 181
  7. Griffin Newman - 167
  8. David Sims - 158
  9. Indiana Jones - 148
  10. The BFG - 87

THE POD KNIGHT CASTS
  1. Bruce Wayne - 862
  2. Christopher Nolan - 496
  3. Ben Hosley - 490
  4. Richard T. Joker - 185
  5. David Sims - 177
  6. Harvey Dent - 126
  7. Al Pacino - 119
  8. Griffin Newman - 117
  9. Bane - 98
  10. Michael Caine - 91

POD-19: THE WIDOWCASTER
  1. Ben Hosley - 296
  2. Kathryn Bigelow - 205
  3. David Sims - 117
  4. Griffin Newman - 95
  5. Jeremy Renner - 71
  6. Bodhi - 65
  7. Ron Silver - 56
  8. Harrison Ford - 54
  9. Osama Bin Laden - 53
  10. Keanu Reeves - 50

PODSHIP CASTERS
  1. Ben Hosley - 367
  2. Paul Verhoeven - 282
  3. Alex Murphy/RoboCop - 242
  4. David Sims - 120
  5. Griffin Newman - 97
  6. Arnold Schwarzenegger - 76
  7. Kuato - 76
  8. Johnny Rico - 57
  9. Kevin Bacon - 54
  10. J.D. Amato - 50
  11. Michael Ironside - 50

AS POD AS IT CASTS
  1. Ben Hosley - 327
  2. James L. Brooks - 242
  3. Jack Nicholson - 145
  4. Albert Brooks - 130
  5. Greg Kinnear - 88
  6. Griffin Newman - 81
  7. Tea Leoni - 71
  8. David Sims - 68
  9. Nick Nolte - 61
  10. William Hurt - 53
  11. Esther Zuckerman - 53
  12. Adam Sandler - 53

THE PODCASTIBLES
  1. Brad Bird - 326
  2. Ben Hosley - 316
  3. Tom Cruise - 137
  4. Griffin Newman - 102
  5. The Iron Giant - 91
  6. David Sims - 67
  7. Bob Parr - 65
  8. Helen Parr - 61
  9. Remy - 51
  10. Romilly Newman - 47

PODBACK MOUNTCAST
  1. Ben Hosley - 517
  2. Ang Lee - 391
  3. Bruce Banner - 368
  4. David Sims - 198
  5. Griffin Newman - 155
  6. James Schamus - 105
  7. Will Smith - 101
  8. Tobey Maguire - 98
  9. Billy Lynn - 92
  10. Pi Patel - 73

SOMETHING'S PODDA CAST
  1. Nancy Meyers - 400
  2. Ben Hosley - 195
  3. David Sims - 99
  4. Jack Nicholson - 97
  5. Griffin Newman - 81
  6. Alec Baldwin - 62
  7. Mel Gibson - 58
  8. Steve Martin - 56
  9. Bobby Finger - 55
  10. Diane Keaton - 55

PODWARD SCISSORCAST
  1. Tim Burton - 839
  2. Ben Hosley - 489
  3. Bruce Wayne - 412
  4. David Sims - 243
  5. Johnny Depp - 215
  6. Beetlejuice - 194
  7. Griffin Newman - 178
  8. Dumbo - 178
  9. Pee-Wee Herman - 165
  10. Edward Scissorhands - 148

CAST OF THE PODHICANS, AKA MICHAEL MANNSPLAINING
  1. Michael Mann - 686
  2. Ben Hosley - 322
  3. David Sims - 227
  4. Al Pacino - 176
  5. Griffin Newman - 154
  6. Robert De Niro - 135
  7. Jamie Foxx - 135
  8. Muhammad Ali - 132
  9. Radu Molasar - 119
  10. Hannibal Lecktor - 118

HOWL'S MOVING PODCASTLE
  1. Hayao Miyazaki - 461
  2. Ben Hosley - 403
  3. David Sims - 312
  4. Ponyo - 194
  5. Griffin Newman - 150
  6. Totoro - 150
  7. Lupin the Third - 101
  8. Porco Rosso - 95
  9. Howl - 78
  10. Forky - 70
  11. Kiki - 70

STOP MAKING PODCASTS
  1. Jonathan Demme - 543
  2. David Sims - 297
  3. Ben Hosley - 177
  4. Denzel Washington - 117
  5. Hannibal Lecter - 116
  6. Griffin Newman - 114
  7. Tom Hanks - 97
  8. Meryl Streep - 95
  9. Shrek - 93
  10. Ricki Rendazzo - 93

MAD POD: FURY CAST (up to Lorenzo's Oil)
  1. Max Rockatansky - 293
  2. George Miller - 191
  3. Jack Nicholson - 70
  4. Ben Hosley - 64
  5. David Sims - 62
  6. Lorenzo Odone - 60
  7. Mel Gibson - 52
  8. Griffin Newman - 48
  9. Nick Nolte - 47
  10. Chappie - 39

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2020.03.21 15:44 AjaxTreesdown Match Thread: Newcastle United vs Arsenal

Saturday 5th February 2011 - St. James' Park (Premier League

Newcastle United 3-4 Arsenal

Referee: Phil Dowd

Live Stream: NUFC YouTube

Line-ups

Newcastle United Arsenal
Steve Harper Wojcech Szczesny
Danny Simpson Bacary Sagna
Fabricio Coloccini Laurent Koscielny
Mike Williamson Johan Djourou
Jose Enrique Gael Clichy
Joey Barton Abou Diaby
Cheick Tiote Jack Wilshere
Kevin Nolan Theo Walcott
Jonas Gutierrez Cesc Fabregas
Leon Best Andriy Arshavin
Peter Lovenkrands Robin Van Persie
SUBS SUBS
Tim Krul Manuel Almunia
Sol Campbell Sebastian Squillaci
James Perch Emmanuel Eboue
Danny Guthrie Kieran Gibbs
Shane Ferguson Tomas Rosicky
Michael Richardson Marouane Chamakh
Nile Ranger Nicklas Bendtner

LIVE FEED

0' St. James' Park is packed and ready for kick-off!
1' Goal! A through ball from Arshavin splits Newcastle's defence and Walcott charges through and slots home past the on-rushing Harper. Disastrous start.
3' Goal! A free kick from out wide finds Djourou who has a free header from 6 years out. Arshavin assist again. We are shite.
10' Goal! Nolan gets caught in possession in just outside the Newcastle box, Diaby finds Walcortt out wide who plays it across the box to an unmarked Van Persie who smashes it into the net from 10 yards out.
26' Goal! Sagna's cross deflects off Enrique and Van Persie powers a header over Harper. Miserable defending again.

HALF TIME NEWCASTLE UNITED 0-4 ARSENAL

45' The teams are ready to kick off the second half with Newcastle being all but defeated already
48' Johann Djourou limps off and is replaced by Sebastian Squillaci
50' RED CARD! Abou Diaby reacts badly to a heavy challenge from Joey Barton and pushes him to the ground, following it up with a push on Nolan to force Phil Dowd to sent him off with a straight red.
67' PENALTY TO NEWCASTLE! Best is tripped in the box by Koscielny and Phil Dowd awards a penalty.
68' GOAL! Barton dispatches well into the bottom left corner. A scuffle breaks out in the aftermath with Szczesny being booked for time wasting.
69' Tomas Rosicky comes on for Andriy Arshavin
73' Peter Lovenkrands makes way for Nile Ranger
74' OFFSIDE! Best is found in the box by Barton, he turns and finishes coolly but is ruled to be offside... Incorrectly.
75' GOAL! A goalline scramble sees the ball fall to Leon Best who scores again, but this time is onside! 4-2!
79' Emmanuel Eboue comes on for Theo Walcott
82' PENALTY AGAIN! Williamson goes down under challenge from 2 Arsenal defenders and Phil Dowd points to the spot!
83' GOAL! 4-3!!!!!! Barton powers the penalty off Szczesny's leg and it flies into the roof of the net! Surely not?!
86' GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL!!!!!!!!!! JOEY BARTON FIRES A FREE KICK INTO THE AREA IT'S HEADED AWAY AND CHEICK TIOTE FIRES A LEFT FOOTED VOLLEY FROM MILES OUT IN THE BOTTOM LEFT CORNER! MADNESS!
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2020.03.05 03:48 GDT_Bot Post Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals - 04 Mar 2020

NHL.com Boxscore
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
PHI 0 3 2 5
WSH 1 1 0 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
PHI 29 28 15 47.3% 12 7 1/5
WSH 27 23 11 52.7% 18 10 0/5
Period Time Team Strength Description
1st 14:09 WSH Even Lars Eller (16) Snap Shot, assists: Richard Panik (10), Carl Hagelin (16)
2nd 07:06 PHI Power Play Travis Konecny (24) Snap Shot, assists: Ivan Provorov (23), Claude Giroux (31)
2nd 14:48 PHI Even Kevin Hayes (23) Wrist Shot, assists: Derek Grant (8), Nicolas Aube-Kubel (8)
2nd 17:05 PHI Even Tyler Pitlick (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Michael Raffl (12), Derek Grant (9)
2nd 18:32 WSH Even Garnet Hathaway (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Tom Wilson (22), Nic Dowd (7)
3rd 06:36 PHI Even Ivan Provorov (12) Snap Shot, assists: Jakub Voracek (41)
3rd 14:15 PHI Even Scott Laughton (13) Wrist Shot, assists: Kevin Hayes (18)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
1st 01:08 PHI Minor 2 Scott Laughton Interference against T.J. Oshie
1st 11:55 PHI Minor 2 Justin Braun Holding against Garnet Hathaway
1st 17:05 WSH Minor 2 Tom Wilson Roughing against Nate Thompson served by Jakub Vrana
1st 17:05 WSH Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Nate Thompson
1st 17:05 PHI Major 5 Nate Thompson Fighting against Tom Wilson
1st 18:37 PHI Minor 2 Kevin Hayes Interference against Garnet Hathaway
2nd 01:17 WSH Minor 2 Evgeny Kuznetsov Slashing against Kevin Hayes
2nd 03:46 WSH Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Jakub Vrana
2nd 05:34 WSH Minor 2 Garnet Hathaway Hi-sticking against Travis Sanheim
2nd 12:42 WSH Minor 2 Brenden Dillon Roughing against Scott Laughton
2nd 19:45 PHI Major 5 Robert Hagg Fighting against Tom Wilson
2nd 19:45 WSH Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Robert Hagg
3rd 03:15 PHI Minor 2 Michael Raffl Hooking against Dmitry Orlov
3rd 15:49 PHI Minor 2 Scott Laughton Hi-sticking against John Carlson
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2020.03.05 00:30 GDT_Bot Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers (38-20-7) at Washington Capitals (40-19-6) - 04 Mar 2020 - 07:00PM EST

Philadelphia Flyers (38-20-7) at Washington Capitals (40-19-6)

Capital One Arena, Washington, DC, USA

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In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
PHI 0 3 2 5
WSH 1 1 0 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
PHI 29 30 15 47.3% 12 7 1/5
WSH 27 23 11 52.7% 18 10 0/5
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 14:15 PHI Even Scott Laughton (13) Wrist Shot, assists: Kevin Hayes (18)
3rd 06:36 PHI Even Ivan Provorov (12) Snap Shot, assists: Jakub Voracek (41)
2nd 18:32 WSH Even Garnet Hathaway (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Tom Wilson (22), Nic Dowd (7)
2nd 17:05 PHI Even Tyler Pitlick (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Michael Raffl (12), Derek Grant (9)
2nd 14:48 PHI Even Kevin Hayes (23) Wrist Shot, assists: Derek Grant (8), Nicolas Aube-Kubel (8)
2nd 07:06 PHI Power Play Travis Konecny (24) Snap Shot, assists: Ivan Provorov (23), Claude Giroux (31)
1st 14:09 WSH Even Lars Eller (16) Snap Shot, assists: Richard Panik (10), Carl Hagelin (16)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 15:49 PHI Minor 2 Scott Laughton Hi-sticking against John Carlson
3rd 03:15 PHI Minor 2 Michael Raffl Hooking against Dmitry Orlov
2nd 19:45 WSH Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Robert Hagg
2nd 19:45 PHI Major 5 Robert Hagg Fighting against Tom Wilson
2nd 12:42 WSH Minor 2 Brenden Dillon Roughing against Scott Laughton
2nd 05:34 WSH Minor 2 Garnet Hathaway Hi-sticking against Travis Sanheim
2nd 03:46 WSH Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Jakub Vrana
2nd 01:17 WSH Minor 2 Evgeny Kuznetsov Slashing against Kevin Hayes
1st 18:37 PHI Minor 2 Kevin Hayes Interference against Garnet Hathaway
1st 17:05 PHI Major 5 Nate Thompson Fighting against Tom Wilson
1st 17:05 WSH Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Nate Thompson
1st 17:05 WSH Minor 2 Tom Wilson Roughing against Nate Thompson served by Jakub Vrana
1st 11:55 PHI Minor 2 Justin Braun Holding against Garnet Hathaway
1st 01:08 PHI Minor 2 Scott Laughton Interference against T.J. Oshie
  • Referee: Gord Dwyer
  • Referee: Peter MacDougall
  • Linesman: Brad Kovachik
  • Linesman: Kiel Murchison

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2020.03.04 23:58 Blinsin Game Thread: Philadelphia flyers @ Washington capitals 7pm

HELLO EVERYONE! I'VE BEEN LET OUT OF MY BOX FOR TONIGHT'S GAME. IT'S THE FUCKING CAPITALS! FUCK THE CAPS! LET'S FUCKING DO THIS SHIT!
Channel: NBCSN
Radio: 97.5 The Phanatic
Comment Stream
Time Zone
7:00pm EST
6:00pm CST
5:00pm MTZ
4:00pm PST
12:00am GMT

Philadelphia Flyers

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Claude Giroux Sean Couturier Jakub Voracek
Scott Laughton Kevin Hayes Travis Konecny
James van Riemsdyk Derek Grant Tyler Pitlick
Michael Raffl Nate Thompson Nic Aube-Kubel
Left Defense Right Defense
Ivan Provorov Matt Niskanen
Travis Sanheim Phil Myers
Robert Hagg Justin Braun
Goalie
Brian Elliott
Carter Hart

Washington Capitals

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Alex Ovechkin Evgeny Kuznetsov Tom Wilson
Jakub Vrana Nicklas Backström T.J. Oshie
Carl Hagelin Lars Eller Ilya Kovalchuk
Richard Panik Nic Dowd Garnet Hathaway​
Left Defense Right Defense
Brenden Dillon John Carlson
Dmitry Orlov Nick Jensen
Jonas Siegenthaler Radko Gudas​​
Goalie
Braden Holtby
Ilya Samsonov

Score

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
0 3 2 5
1 1 - 2
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- TEEK! Ivan Provorov Claude Giroux
- MR. OVERPAID! Derek Grant nic aube-kubel
- 💪👅 Michael Raffl Derek Grant
- PROVY! Jakub Voracek -
- SLAUGHTER Kevin Hayes -
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- Lars Eller - -
- Garnet Hathaway​ - -
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2020.03.04 16:02 HockeyMod Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers (38-20-7) at Washington Capitals (40-19-6) - 04 Mar 2020 - 07:00PM EST

Philadelphia Flyers (38-20-7) at Washington Capitals (40-19-6)

Capital One Arena, Washington, DC, USA

Comment with all tables

Time

PT MT CT ET AT
04:00PM 05:00PM 06:00PM 07:00PM 08:00PM
TV NBCSN
Streams First Row - ATDHE - Vipbox - StreamHunter - LiveTV - /nhlstreams
Listen PHI - WSH
Other-Away Preview - Boxscore - Recap
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In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
0 3 2 5
1 1 0 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
29 30 15 47.3% 12 7 1/5
27 23 11 52.7% 18 10 0/5
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 14:15 Even Scott Laughton (13) Wrist Shot, assists: Kevin Hayes (18)
3rd 06:36 Even Ivan Provorov (12) Snap Shot, assists: Jakub Voracek (41)
2nd 18:32 Even Garnet Hathaway (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Tom Wilson (22), Nic Dowd (7)
2nd 17:05 Even Tyler Pitlick (8) Wrist Shot, assists: Michael Raffl (12), Derek Grant (9)
2nd 14:48 Even Kevin Hayes (23) Wrist Shot, assists: Derek Grant (8), Nicolas Aube-Kubel (8)
2nd 07:06 Power Play Travis Konecny (24) Snap Shot, assists: Ivan Provorov (23), Claude Giroux (31)
1st 14:09 Even Lars Eller (16) Snap Shot, assists: Richard Panik (10), Carl Hagelin (16)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 15:49 Minor 2 Scott Laughton Hi-sticking against John Carlson
3rd 03:15 Minor 2 Michael Raffl Hooking against Dmitry Orlov
2nd 19:45 Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Robert Hagg
2nd 19:45 Major 5 Robert Hagg Fighting against Tom Wilson
2nd 12:42 Minor 2 Brenden Dillon Roughing against Scott Laughton
2nd 05:34 Minor 2 Garnet Hathaway Hi-sticking against Travis Sanheim
2nd 03:46 Bench Minor 2 Too many men/ice served by Jakub Vrana
2nd 01:17 Minor 2 Evgeny Kuznetsov Slashing against Kevin Hayes
1st 18:37 Minor 2 Kevin Hayes Interference against Garnet Hathaway
1st 17:05 Major 5 Nate Thompson Fighting against Tom Wilson
1st 17:05 Major 5 Tom Wilson Fighting against Nate Thompson
1st 17:05 Minor 2 Tom Wilson Roughing against Nate Thompson served by Jakub Vrana
1st 11:55 Minor 2 Justin Braun Holding against Garnet Hathaway
1st 01:08 Minor 2 Scott Laughton Interference against T.J. Oshie
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2020.02.09 07:42 RMcD94 Favourite Character: Patti [Spoilers All Seasons]

Just finished watching the show and I have to give props to Ann Dowd for a phenomenal performance. As a foil for Kevin she works wonderfully, being mostly calm and considered compared to his high-strung emotion-driven attitude. She's absolutely the most badass character, composure both in the hotel, when called by Kevin and when kidnapped him was amazing, especially when you consider her heartbreaking history. It's rare that an antagonist is so well developed and then with a nice perspective shift she becomes an ally, it's notable that the whole time she was Kevin's ghost she never did anything at all harmful to him. She told him not to tell Nora and when he did she kidnapped his foster child and abandoned him. She didn't really tell him to do much else, just was looking out for him, like telling him the girls departed instead of having him getting involved in the risky stuff with the GR when he needs to focus on his family.
She's also hilarious and definitely my pick for the best character on the show.
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2020.02.09 03:40 GDT_Bot Post Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers at Washington Capitals - 08 Feb 2020

NHL.com Boxscore
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
PHI 1 3 3 7
WSH 1 0 1 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
PHI 26 21 11 73.0% 9 12 2/5
WSH 27 28 13 27.0% 17 17 1/4
Period Time Team Strength Description
1st 15:22 PHI Power Play Sean Couturier (14) Slap Shot, assists: Claude Giroux (23), Jakub Voracek (30)
1st 18:18 WSH Power Play T.J. Oshie (20) Wrist Shot, assists: Jakub Vrana (23), Nicklas Backstrom (32)
2nd 02:45 PHI Even Michael Raffl (6) Slap Shot, assists: Nicolas Aube-Kubel (4)
2nd 02:59 PHI Even Sean Couturier (15) Wrist Shot, assists: Jakub Voracek (31), Justin Braun (9)
2nd 04:30 PHI Even James van Riemsdyk (15) Tip-In, assists: Matt Niskanen (18), Tyler Pitlick (9)
3rd 02:58 PHI Even Nicolas Aube-Kubel (3) Snap Shot, assists: none
3rd 05:47 PHI Even Travis Konecny (18) Tip-In, assists: Claude Giroux (24)
3rd 08:02 PHI Power Play Claude Giroux (14) Snap Shot, assists: Travis Konecny (28)
3rd 12:17 WSH Even Evgeny Kuznetsov (19) Wrist Shot, assists: T.J. Oshie (20), Martin Fehervary (1)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
1st 15:13 WSH Minor 2 Jonas Siegenthaler Hooking against Connor Bunnaman
1st 17:49 PHI Minor 2 Brian Elliott Tripping against Lars Eller served by Nicolas Aube-Kubel
2nd 07:48 PHI Minor 2 Sean Couturier Embellishment against Alex Ovechkin
2nd 10:52 PHI Minor 2 Jakub Voracek Roughing against Nic Dowd
2nd 10:52 WSH Minor 2 Nic Dowd Roughing against Jakub Voracek
2nd 11:55 PHI Minor 2 Kevin Hayes Hooking against Alex Ovechkin
2nd 15:58 PHI Minor 2 Travis Sanheim Slashing against Richard Panik
2nd 19:53 WSH Minor 2 Richard Panik Hooking against Tyler Pitlick
3rd 03:31 WSH Minor 2 Richard Panik Hooking against Robert Hagg
3rd 06:17 WSH Minor 2 Tom Wilson Unsportsmanlike conduct
3rd 07:00 WSH Minor 2 Garnet Hathaway Cross checking against Travis Konecny
3rd 11:00 WSH Major 5 Brendan Leipsic Fighting against Nicolas Aube-Kubel
3rd 11:00 PHI Major 5 Nicolas Aube-Kubel Fighting against Brendan Leipsic
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2020.02.09 00:39 GDT_Bot Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers (29-18-7) at Washington Capitals (36-13-5) - 08 Feb 2020 - 07:00PM EST

Philadelphia Flyers (29-18-7) at Washington Capitals (36-13-5)

Capital One Arena, Washington, DC, USA

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In-Game Updates

Time Clock
FINAL
Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
PHI 1 3 3 7
WSH 1 0 1 2
Team Shots Hits Blocked FO Wins Giveaways Takeaways Power Plays
PHI 26 21 11 73.0% 9 12 2/5
WSH 27 28 13 27.0% 17 17 1/4
Period Time Team Strength Description
3rd 12:17 WSH Even Evgeny Kuznetsov (19) Wrist Shot, assists: T.J. Oshie (20), Martin Fehervary (1)
3rd 08:02 PHI Power Play Claude Giroux (14) Snap Shot, assists: Travis Konecny (28)
3rd 05:47 PHI Even Travis Konecny (18) Tip-In, assists: Claude Giroux (24)
3rd 02:58 PHI Even Nicolas Aube-Kubel (3) Snap Shot, assists: none
2nd 04:30 PHI Even James van Riemsdyk (15) Tip-In, assists: Matt Niskanen (18), Tyler Pitlick (9)
2nd 02:59 PHI Even Sean Couturier (15) Wrist Shot, assists: Jakub Voracek (31), Justin Braun (9)
2nd 02:45 PHI Even Michael Raffl (6) Slap Shot, assists: Nicolas Aube-Kubel (4)
1st 18:18 WSH Power Play T.J. Oshie (20) Wrist Shot, assists: Jakub Vrana (23), Nicklas Backstrom (32)
1st 15:22 PHI Power Play Sean Couturier (14) Slap Shot, assists: Claude Giroux (23), Jakub Voracek (30)
Period Time Team Type Min Description
3rd 11:00 PHI Major 5 Nicolas Aube-Kubel Fighting against Brendan Leipsic
3rd 11:00 WSH Major 5 Brendan Leipsic Fighting against Nicolas Aube-Kubel
3rd 07:00 WSH Minor 2 Garnet Hathaway Cross checking against Travis Konecny
3rd 06:17 WSH Minor 2 Tom Wilson Unsportsmanlike conduct
3rd 03:31 WSH Minor 2 Richard Panik Hooking against Robert Hagg
2nd 19:53 WSH Minor 2 Richard Panik Hooking against Tyler Pitlick
2nd 15:58 PHI Minor 2 Travis Sanheim Slashing against Richard Panik
2nd 11:55 PHI Minor 2 Kevin Hayes Hooking against Alex Ovechkin
2nd 10:52 WSH Minor 2 Nic Dowd Roughing against Jakub Voracek
2nd 10:52 PHI Minor 2 Jakub Voracek Roughing against Nic Dowd
2nd 07:48 PHI Minor 2 Sean Couturier Embellishment against Alex Ovechkin
1st 17:49 PHI Minor 2 Brian Elliott Tripping against Lars Eller served by Nicolas Aube-Kubel
1st 15:13 WSH Minor 2 Jonas Siegenthaler Hooking against Connor Bunnaman
  • Referee: Pierre Lambert
  • Referee: Steve Kozari
  • Linesman: Ryan Gibbons
  • Linesman: Mark Shewchyk

Time

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2020.02.09 00:07 Blinsin Game Thread: Philadelphia Flyers @ Washington Capitals 7pm

HELLO EVERYONE! I'VE BEEN LET OUT OF MY BOX FOR TONIGHT'S GAME. IT'S THE FUCKING CAPITALS! FUCK THE CAPS! LET'S FUCKING DO THIS SHIT!
Channel: NBCSP
Radio: 97.5 The Phanatic
Comment Stream
Time Zone
7:00pm EST
6:00pm CST
5:00pm MTZ
4:00pm PST
12:00am GMT

Philadelphia Flyers

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Claude Giroux Sean Couturier Jakub Voracek
Scott Laughton Kevin Hayes Travis Konecny
James van Riemsdyk Morgan Frost Tyler Pitlick
Michael Raffl Connor Bunnaman Nic Aube-Kubel
Left Defense Right Defense
Ivan Provorov Matt Niskanen
Travis Sanheim Phil Myers
Robert Hagg Justin Braun
Goalie
Brian Elliott
Alex Lyon

Washington Capitals

Left Wing Center Right Wing
Alex Ovechki Nicklas Backström Tom Wilson
Jakub Vrana Evgeny Kuznetsov TJ Oshie
Carl Hagelin Lars Eller Richard Panik
Brendan Leipsic Nic Dowd Garnet Hathaway​
Left Defense Right Defense
Michal Kempny John Carlson
Dmitry Orlov Nick Jensen
Martin Fehervary Radko Gudas​
Goalie
Braden Holtby
Ilya Samsonove

Score

Teams 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1 3 3 7
1 0 1 1
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- COOTS! Claude Giroux Jakub Voracek
- GET YOUR RAFFL TICKETS! Nic Aube-Kubel -
- COOTS!! Jakub Voracek Justin Braun
- PIGEON! Matt Niskanen Tyler Pitlick
- NAK! - -
- TEEKS! Claude Giroux -
- OH CAPTIAN MY CAPTAIN! Travis Konecny
Scorer Primary Assist Secondary Assist
- T.J. Oshie Jakub Vrana Nicklas Backström
- Evgeny Kuznetsov TJ Oshie Martin Fehervary

Stream

Stream Link
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