Ted-ed

The TED-Ed project — TED's education initiative — makes short video lessons worth sharing, aimed at educators and students. Within TED-Ed’s growing library of lessons, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which are collaborations between educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform. TED-Ed’s commitment to creating lessons worth sharing is an extension of TED’s mission of spreading great ideas. Within TED-Ed’s growing library… We’re the TED-Ed team -- a scrappy group of fifteen educators and artists who need your help to spread knowledge and opportunities to everyone, everywhere, for free. Why? Because smart, empowered people make the world a better, happier and safer place. TED-Ed is a nonprofit. Your donations through Patreon are tax-deductible. TED-Ed’s commitment to creating lessons worth sharing is an extension of TED’s mission of spreading great ideas. Within the growing TED-Ed video library, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which represent collaborations between talented educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform. TED-Ed is a “lesson creator” platform that allows you to structure an assignment around a video and assess students’ engagement with the material. The lesson format consists of a lesson title, a written introduction (“Let’s Begin”), a series of multiple choice or open-ended questions (“Think”), a place for additional resources to encourage further exploration (“Dig Deeper ... TED-Ed celebrates the ideas of teachers and students around the world. Discover hundreds of animated lessons, create customized lessons, and share your big ideas. TED-Ed - TED’s education initiative - sparks and celebrates the ideas of teachers and students around the world. TED-Ed serves millions of teachers and students every week with its original videos, interactive lessons, student clubs, and more. TED-Ed Best of Web - These are lessons created by TED-Ed users like you, who have used an existing video (on youtube or with a TED-Ed Animation). Then TED-Ed staff review nominated lessons and feature a select few. These will have a label on the upper right corner of their lesson page. TED-Ed is a website featuring a curated series of educational videos on a huge variety of subjects. From the folks at TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design), whose TED talks have featured some of the world's brightest minds, TED-Ed is a place where kids can get some of that same inspiration. TED-Ed lessons on all subjects. TED-Ed celebrates the ideas of teachers and students around the world. Discover hundreds of animated lessons, create customized lessons, and share your big ideas.

TED talks: Stir Your Curiosity

2008.05.28 00:23 TED talks: Stir Your Curiosity

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2014.06.23 03:24 The_Comma_Splicer Click and Consume

You know when you sit down for a meal in front of the computer and you just need something new to watch for a bit while you eat? If you search /videos or other places, you'll find mostly short videos. But while you're eating, you don't want to be constantly fumbling around with the mouse, loading video after video. You just want to 𝐂𝐥𝐢𝐜𝐤 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐂𝐨𝐧𝐬𝐮𝐦𝐞.
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2020.09.22 07:00 Rhunalith I can't hold it in anymore - someone please chat with me about the SVSSS donghua! (or incoherently screaming is fine too!)

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA THEY'RE OUT OF THE MICROWAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (((o( *゚ ▽゚ *)o)))
TLDR: I liked it more than I ever expected myself to - please scream with me. the donghua team has done a very good job so far given the budget they probably had to work with.
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The donghua title of scumbag system is surprisingly fitting - novel readers all know that the true title of the book should be the villain saves himself from the scum system. Jialdsf;asjdlkfas
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SHEN YUAN IS PURE GOLD - BLESS HIS VA - I WANNA MAIL THAT VA SOOOOOOO MANY HUGS FOR NAILING OUR LOCAL DORK AND DRAMA QUEEN! His shock, his indignation, his sarcasm, his "playing cool" and my fav, his sass!!!! (ノ^ ヮ ^ )ノ*:・゚✧
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Gotta say I went into this donghua with next to 0 expectations or rather on a scale of 1 to 10, my expectations were probably negative 2. Since I 1) don't like 3D animation and 2) I don't like Bingqiu, but WOW! I'm surprised that I'm actually seriously loving this so much!!!!
and this is coming from me, a "source material elitist", that ends every single adaptation be it movie/game/drama/animation with an obligatory "how dare they fail to capture the magnificence of the source material!!!" before angrily nitpicking it to death and back, I'm fun to goto movies with I swear! …sorta
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Episode 1 was absolutely beautiful! - SY's sarcastic high speed blitz of the PIDW had me rolling around dying of laughter. I loved the way the donghua team summarized PIDW while keeping the essence of it as a shameless fan-service heavy harem novel. I lost it at the repeat of "and take x girl into harem" - seems legit!
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Also - THE DARN SYSTEM IS SO SASSY!!!!! IM LITERALLY HOWLING!!!!! THEY NAILED THE SASS AND SPITE GOING BACK AND FORTH BETWEEN THE SYSTEM AND SY!!!! ╰(✧∇✧╰)
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PFT! AT THE EPISODE 1 - "YOU CAN YOU UP, NO CAN NO BB!”PFFFTTTT!!!!! AND THEN EPISODE 2 CAME AND KILLED ME!!!! I DIED AT THE HARRY POTTER LINE AND THE EXTREMELY PETTY "OOC IS OOC" FOLLOW UP!!!! IT WAS BETTER THAN I THOUGHT!!!! ヾ(@°▽°@)ノ
LOL, although i'm still sad that the donghua cut out/altered a lot of inner thoughts but im still so glad so many of my fav lines made it into the donghua.
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Also, there's lots of lost in translation nuggets in episode 1. (a large part of me died from heart break when tencent didn't translate the "website" SY was posting in episode 1…. Why tencent why…. OTZ)
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Please go and scroll through this person's thread and then come and join me and my incoherent screaming https://twitter.com/HakukumoN/status/1303944864946515970
A quick summary/copy and paste of their tweets are as follows:
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Im seeing people post short clips of episode 3 here and there and I already can't wait!!!! Dear brother liu! Please don't disappoint!!!!! Give us your best pretty boy ikeman face!!!!! while ruining SY's b-point farming~!
Alright thanks for listening to my ted talk for anyone who mangled to make any sense of my jumbled thoughts.
Heres to fulfill (if not already) the incoherant part of my thread title - feat Ch 205 SQX: WAH LAH WAH LAH-ed and cried a series of unintelligible noises. "I'M GOING TO GO HELP MY FRIENDS NOW, I'M LEAVING, I'M LEAVING! ANYONE ELSE COMIN'?"
Edit: formatting.. and typo fixes....(╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻
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2020.09.22 01:45 nightimegreen Spreading Misinformation: The TED-Ed edition

A few weeks ago, TED-Ed made a video about tinnitus. It gets some stuff right, mainly about the neuropathology, but most of the video is wrong, and some of it is so wrong it's actually harmful.

The Science

The video is mostly correct in describing the pathology of tinnitus. It acknowledges that tinnitus isn't generated by the ear, which is a huge misconception many people have about tinnitus. The science is correct and it's the only part of the video that isn't objectively incorrect. It's explanation of what in the brain causes tinnitus is very poor though, as it doesn't go into specific depth, or tell us what regions of the brain are associated other than "central nervous system", which is very vague and unhelpful. The biggest issue is the video says the brain deliberately "retunes" itself to account for the hearing loss, which is true; but it doesn't cause tinnitus. What causes tinnitus is the neurons of affected hearing changing neuroplastically and overracting. The brain "retuning" actually helps fix this in acute tinnitus cases. In chronic cases the signal in the affected neurons remains. This effect is similar to phantom limb syndrome.
Further Reading

The effects of tinnitus on sufferers

Here is by far where the video is most wrong, and it's so incorrect that it's actually dangerous. According to the video, the only issues tinnitus cause is triggering someone's PTSD or "other intrusive feelings" which is extremely far from the truth and can easily be disproven with a two minute google search. Here's just a small list of other negative effects of tinnitus:
Patients with tinnitus way more likely to commit suicide
Tinnitus patients way more likely to be anxious, depressed, and/or sleep deprived
Tinnitus patients are more unable to focus on received auditory information
People with tinnitus are 1.5x more likely to contract Alzheimer's Disorder
And of course, people with tinnitus are way more likely to be subject to misinformation about their disorder from TED-Ed than the general population.

Treatments

The video says their are no treatments and that the only treatment is now defunct cognitive therapies. It mentions neuromodulation which has shown mild success, but nothing to write home about. It talks about using cognative therapies that are extremely old, founded on a poor and overcomplicated understanding of habituation, and ineffective. TRT has been shown to have no clinical significance of effectiveness between other therapies, little therapy, or even less/partial TRT, suggesting very poor performance.

Conclusion

TED used to be a great source of information, but as time passed it became much less reliable to the point where they let basically anyone have a platform. With this video the extreme drop in quality shows. Tinnitus is already an esoteric and vague disorder to the general population as it is, and this doesn't do any favors in telling sufferers how to treat their disorder. Tinnitus sufferers have been subject to decades of misinformation about their disorder by ignorant and malicious actors, and this is just the latest example.
TL;DR Watching a TED-Ed video about something I'm an expert on and watching them butcher it so badly makes me wonder what else they're getting wrong. Please do not treat TED-Ed as a reputable source of information.
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2020.09.22 00:40 slaveryinjapan TED-Ed - Is the weather actually becoming more extreme? - Legendas em Português

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2020.09.21 23:28 TweetArchiveBot Donald J. Trump RT from Senator Ted Cruz: Read my op-ed on why President Trump must nominate a successor next week and why the Senate must confirm that successor before Election Day. 👇

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2020.09.21 22:00 displacedindavis Pitchers in baseball history with 100 or more starts and no postseason appearances

Imagine being a kid growing up hoping you could win the WS someday. You work your ass off and make an MLB roster. And...you spend several years in the MLB and don't even get to see the postseason in your life.
This is the harsh reality of baseball. A good number of MLB players never taste postseason action in their careers. Granted, it's a little easier to make the playoffs under the current format (and especially this year), but there are still going to be players that miss out on the big dance. I wanted to focus specifically on pitchers who fall in this category in this post (at least as of today).
To have made 100 or more starts in your career means you've probably proven for at least a short amount of time you had it as a starter. Unfortunately, history has shown that in no way does this earn you a ticket to the postseason. You won 20 games but your team sucked overall? Too bad, guilty by association, no playoffs for you. It's a real tragedy.
So let's tabulate a list of every pitcher that falls in this category. We will start from the year of the pitcher's last start, and go back in time. Note that with the playoffs coming up, some entries on this list may get a strike soon.
NOTE: it is possible for a pitcher's team(s) to have made postseasons and they still never got a single postseason appearance. I will not be covering pitchers who made 100 or more starts and only made relief postseason appearances, so pitchers like Jorge de la Rosa will be missing.

Last Active Appearance (Year) Player Teams # Starts Record / ERA
2020 Anderson, Chase ARI (2014-2015), MIL (2016-2019), TOR (2020) 167 53-42 / 4.05
2020 Chatwood, Tyler LAA (2011), COL (2012-2017), CHC (2018-2020) 143 51-57 / 4.40
2020 LeBlanc, Wade SDP (2008-2011), MIA (2012-2013), HOU (2013), LAA (2014), NYY (2014), LAA (2014), SEA (2016), PIT (2016-2017), SEA (2018-2019), BAL (2020) 120 46-47 / 4.55
2020 Lyles, Jordan HOU (2011-2013), COL (2014-2017), SDP (2017-2018), MIL (2018), PIT (2019), MIL (2019), TEX (2020) 150 44-65 / 5.21
2020 Richards, Garrett LAA (2011-2018), SDP (2019-2020) 128 47-41 / 3.64
2019 Cashner, Andrew CHC (2010-2011), SDP (2012-2016), MIA (2016), TEX (2017), BAL (2018-2019), BOS (2019) 188 57-87 / 4.10
2019 Duke, Zach PIT (2005-2010), ARI (2011), WSN (2012-2013), CIN (2013), MIL (2014), CHW (2015-2016), STL (2016-2017), MIN (2018), SEA (2018), CIN (2019) 169 69-91 / 4.31
2019 Hernandez, Felix SEA (2005-2019) 418 169-136 / 3.42
2019 Peralta, Wily MIL (2012-2017), KCR (2018-2019) 120 50-56 / 4.52
2019 Ross, Tyson OAK (2010-2012), SDP (2013-2016), TEX (2017), SDP (2018), STL (2018), DET (2019) 142 44-70 / 4.04
2018 Volstad, Chris FLA (2008-2011), CHC (2012), COL (2013), PIT (2015), CHW (2017-2018) 126 37-58 / 5.00
2017 Iwakuma, Hisashi SEA (2012-2017) 136 63-39 / 3.42
2017 Gee, Dillon NYM (2010-2015), KCR (2016), TEX (2017), MIN (2017) 128 51-48 / 4.09
2017 Koehler, Tom MIA (2012-2017), TOR (2017) 133 36-55 / 4.39
2017 Pelfrey, Mike NYM (2006-2012), MIN (2013-2015), DET (2016), CHW (2017) 256 68-103 / 4.68
2015 Chen, Bruce ATL (1998-2000), PHI (2000-2001), NYM (2001-2002), MON (2002), CIN (2002), HOU (2003), BOS (2003), BAL (2004-2006), TEX (2007), KCR (2009-2014), CLE (2015) 227 82-81 / 4.62
2015 Correia, Kevin SFG (2003-2008), SDP (2009-2010), PIT (2011-2012), MIN (2013-2014), LAD (2014), PHI (2015) 221 76-98 / 4.62
2015 Davies, Kyle ATL (2005-2007), KCR (2008-2011), NYY (2015) 144 43-65 / 5.57
2015 Harang, Aaron OAK (2002-2003), CIN (2003-2010), SDP (2011), LAD (2012), SEA (2013), NYM (2013), ATL (2014), PHI (2015) 381 128-143 / 4.26
2014 Bedard, Erik BAL (2002-2007), SEA (2008-2009, 2011), BOS (2011), PIT (2012), HOU (2013), TBR (2014) 230 71-82 / 3.99
2014 Lannan, John WSN (2007-2012), PHI (2013), NYM (2014) 148 46-58 / 4.18
2014 Maholm, Paul PIT (2005-2011), CHC (2012), ATL (2012-2013), LAD (2014) 250 77-100 / 4.30
2013 Johnson, Josh FLA/MIA (2005-2012), TOR (2013) 160 58-45 / 3.40
2012 Lopez, Rodrigo SDP (2000), BAL (2002-2006), COL (2007), PHI (2009), ARI (2010), CHC (2011-2012) 215 81-89 / 4.82
2012 Sheets, Ben MIL (2001-2008), OAK (2010), ATL (2012) 250 94-96 / 3.78
2012 Wells, Kip CHW (1999-2001), PIT (2002-2006), TEX (2006), STL (2007), COL (2008), KCR (2008), WSN (2009), CIN (2009), SDP (2012) 219 69-103 / 4.71
2011 Ramirez, Horacio ATL (2003-2006), SEA (2007), KCR (2008), CHW (2008), KCR (2009), LAA (2011) 105 40-35 / 4.65
2010 Benson, Kris PIT (1999-2000, 2002-2004), NYM (2004-2005), BAL (2006), TEX (2009), ARI (2010) 200 70-75 / 4.42
2010 Meche, Gil SEA (1999-2000, 2003-2006), KCR (2007-2010) 243 84-83 / 4.49
2010 Moehler, Brian DET (1996-2002), CIN (2002), HOU (2003), FLA (2005-2006), HOU (2007-2010) 252 84-107 / 4.81
2010 Snell, Ian PIT (2004-2009), SEA (2009-2010) 136 38-53 / 4.80
2010 Vargas, Claudio MON (2003-2004), WSN (2005), ARI (2005-2006), MIL (2007), NYM (2008), LAD (2009), MIL (2009-2010) 114 48-40 / 4.83
2009 Cabrera, Daniel BAL (2004-2008), WSN (2009), ARI (2009) 155 48-65 / 5.10
2009 Eaton, Adam (P) SDP (2000-2005), TEX (2006), PHI (2007-2008), BAL (2009), COL (2009) 201 71-68 / 4.94
2009 Fossum, Casey BOS (2001-2003), ARI (2004), TBD (2005-2007), DET (2008), NYM (2009) 120 40-53 / 5.45
2009 Jennings, Jason COL (2001-2006), HOU (2007), TEX (2008-2009) 180 62-74 / 4.95
2009 Ohka, Tomo BOS (1999-2001), MON/WSN (2001-2005), MIL (2005-2006), TOR (2007), CLE (2009) 178 51-68 / 4.26
2009 Redding, Tim HOU (2001-2004), SDP (2005), NYY (2005), WSN (2007-2008), NYM (2009) 144 37-57 / 4.95
2008 Armas, Tony MON/WSN (1999-2006), PIT (2007), NYM (2008) 167 53-65 / 4.65
2008 Johnson, Jason PIT (1997), TBD (1998), BAL (1999-2003), DET (2004-2005), CLE (2006), BOS (2006), CIN (2006), LAD (2008) 221 56-100 / 4.99
2007 Bell, Rob CIN (2000-2001), TEX (2001-2002), TBD (2003-2005), BAL (2007) 108 34-37 / 5.71
2007 Maroth, Mike DET (2002-2007), STL (2007) 150 50-67 / 5.05
2007 Zambrano, Victor TBD (2001-2004), NYM (2004-2006), TOR (2007), BAL (2007) 100 45-44 / 4.64
2006 Jarvis, Kevin CIN (1994-1997), MIN (1997), DET (1997), OAK (1999), COL (2000), SDP (2001-2003), SEA (2004), COL (2004), STL (2005), ARI (2006), BOS (2006) 118 34-49 / 6.03
2006 Meadows, Brian FLA (1998-1999), SDP (2000), KCR (2000-2001), PIT (2002-2005), TBD (2006) 122 47-62 / 5.05
2005 Castillo, Frank CHC (1991-1997), COL (1997), DET (1998), TOR (2000), BOS (2001-2002, 2004), FLA (2005) 268 82-104 / 4.56
2005 Wilson, Paul NYM (1996), TBD (2000-2002), CIN (2003-2005) 153 40-58 / 4.86
2004 Haynes, Jimmy BAL (1995-1996), OAK (1997-1999), MIL (2000-2001), CIN (2002-2004) 203 63-89 / 5.37
2004 Ritchie, Todd MIN (1997-1998), PIT (1999-2001), CHW (2002), MIL (2003), TBD (2004) 120 43-54 / 4.71
2003 Person, Robert NYM (1995-1996), TOR (1997-1999), PHI (1999-2002), BOS (2003) 135 51-42 / 4.64
2002 Arrojo, Rolando TBD (1998-1999), COL (2000), BOS (2000-2002) 105 40-42 / 4.55
2002 Haney, Chris MON (1991-1992), KCR (1992-1998), CHC (1998), CLE (1999-2000), BOS (2002) 125 38-52 / 5.07
2001 Bohanon, Brian TEX (1990-1994), DET (1995), TOR (1996), NYM (1997-1998), LAD (1998), COL (1999-2001) 157 54-60 / 5.19
2001 Bones, Ricky SDP (1991), MIL (1992-1996), NYY (1996), CIN (1997), KCR (1997-1998), BAL (1999), FLA (2000-2001) 164 63-82 / 4.85
2001 Bottenfield, Ken MON (1992-1993), COL (1993-1994), SFG (1994), CHC (1996-1997), STL (1998-1999), ANA (2000), PHI (2000), HOU (2001) 116 46-49 / 4.54
2001 Harnisch, Pete BAL (1988-1990), HOU (1991-1994), NYM (1995-1997), MIL (1997), CIN (1998-2001) 318 111-103 / 3.89
2001 Leiter, Mark NYY (1990), DET (1991-1993), CAL (1994), SFG (1995-1996), MON (1996), PHI (1997-1998), SEA (1999), MIL (2001) 149 65-73 / 4.57
2001 Olivares, Omar STL (1990-1994), COL (1995), PHI (1995), DET (1996-1997), SEA (1997), ANA (1998-1999), OAK (1999-2000), PIT (2001) 229 77-86 / 4.67
2000 Bregman, Sean DET (1993-1995), SDP (1996-1997), HOU (1998-1999), ATL (1999), MIN (2000) 117 39-47 / 5.28
2000 Cordova, Francisco PIT (1996-2000) 112 42-47 / 3.96
2000 Karl, Scott MIL (1995-1999), COL (2000), ANA (2000) 161 54-56 / 4.81
2000 Navarro, Jaime MIL (1989-1994), CHC (1995-1996), CHW (1997-1999), MIL (2000), CLE (2000) 309 116-126 / 4.72
1999 Abbott, Jim CAL (1989-1992), NYY (1993-1994), CHW (1995), CAL (1995-1996), CHW (1998), MIL (1999) 254 87-108 / 4.25
1998 Boskie, Shawn CHC (1990-1994), PHI (1994), SEA (1994), CAL (1995-1996), BAL (1997), MON (1998) 132 49-63 / 5.14
1998 Tewksbury, Bob NYY (1986-1987), CHC (1987-1988), STL (1989-1994), TEX (1995), SDP (1996), MIN (1997-1998) 277 110-102 / 3.92
1998 Wilson, Trevor SFG (1988-1993, 1995), ANA (1998) 115 41-46 / 3.87
1997 Gross, Kevin PHI (1983-1988), MON (1989-1990), LAD (1991-1994), TEX (1995-1996), ANA (1997) 368 142-158 / 4.11
1997 McDonald, Ben BAL (1989-1995), MIL (1996-1997) 198 78-70 / 3.91
1995 Bankhead, Scott KCR (1986), SEA (1987-1991), CIN (1992), BOS (1993-1994), NYY (1995) 110 57-48 / 4.18
1995 Deshaies, Jim NYY (1984), HOU (1985-1991), SDP (1992), MIN (1993), SFG (1993), MIN (1994), PHI (1995) 253 84-95 / 4.14
1995 Harris, Greg SDP (1988-1993), COL (1993-1994), MIN (1995) 109 45-64 / 3.98
1995 Kreuger, Bill OAK (1983-1987), LAD (1987-1988), MIL (1989-1990), SEA (1991), MIN (1992), MON (1992), DET (1993-1994), SDP (1994-1995), SEA (1995) 164 68-66 / 4.35
1995 Perez, Melido KCR (1987), CHW (1988-1991), NYY (1992-1995) 201 78-85 / 4.17
1995 Rasmussen, Dennis SDP (1983), NYY (1984-1987), CIN (1987-1988), SDP (1988-1991), CHC (1992), KCR (1992-1993, 1995) 235 91-77 / 4.15
1995 Wegman, Bill MIL (1985-1995) 216 81-90 / 4.16
1994 Ballard, Jeff BAL (1987-1991), PIT (1993-1994) 118 41-53 / 4.71
1994 Guzman, Jose TEX (1985-1988, 1991-1992), CHC (1993-1994) 186 80-74 / 4.05
1994 Hesketh, Joe MON (1984-1990), ATL (1990), BOS (1990-1994) 114 60-47 / 3.78
1994 Hibbard, Greg CHW (1989-1992), CHC (1993), SEA (1994) 158 57-50 / 4.05
1994 Higuera, Teddy MIL (1985-1994) 205 94-64 / 3.61
1993 Heaton, Neal CLE (1982-1986), MIN (1986), MON (1987-1988), PIT (1989-1991), KCR (1992), MIL (1992), NYY (1993) 202 80-96 / 4.37
1993 Jones, Jimmy SDP (1986-1988), NYY (1989-1990), HOU (1991-1992), MON (1993) 118 43-39 / 4.46
1993 Smith, Bryn MON (1981-1989), STL (1990-1992), COL (1993) 255 108-94 / 3.53
1992 Carman, Don PHI (1983-1990), CIN (1991), TEX (1992) 102 53-54 / 4.11
1992 Robinson, Ron CIN (1984-1990), MIL (1990-1992) 102 48-39 / 3.63
1990 Tibbs, Jay CIN (1984-1985), MON (1986-1987), BAL (1988-1990), PIT (1990) 133 39-54 / 4.20
1989 Palmer, David MON (1978-1985), ATL (1986-1987), PHI (1988), DET (1989) 176 64-59 / 3.78
1989 Rawley, Shane SEA (1978-1981), NYY (1982-1984), PHI (1984-1988), MIN (1989) 230 111-118 / 4.02
1988 Laskey, Bill SFG (1982-1985), MON (1985), SFG (1986), CLE (1988) 116 42-53 / 4.14
1988 Lea, Charlie MON (1980-1987), MIN (188) 144 62-48 / 3.54
1988 Sorensen, Lary MIL (1977-1980), STL (1981), CLE (1982-1983), OAK (1984), CHC (1985), MON (1987), SFG (1988) 235 93-103 / 4.15
1987 Barker, Len TEX (1976-1978), CLE (1979-1983), ATL (1983-1985), MIL (1987) 194 74-76 / 4.34
1987 Lynch, Ed NYM (1980-1986), CHC (1986-1987) 119 47-54 / 4.00
1987 Schrom, Ken TOR (1980, 1982), MIN (1983-1985), CLE (1986-1987) 137 51-51 / 4.81
1987 Shirley, Bob SDP (1977-1980), STL (1981), CIN (1982), NYY (1983-1987), KCR (1987) 162 67-94, 3.82
1986 Butcher, John TEX (1980-1983), MIN (1984-1986), CLE (1986) 113 36-49 / 4.42
1986 Montefusco, John SFG (1974-1980), ATL (1981), SDP (1982-1983), NYY (1983-1986) 244 90-83 / 3.54
1986 Rozema, Dave DET (1977-1984), TEX (1985-1986) 132 60-53 / 3.47
1985 Leal, Luis TOR (1980-1985) 151 51-58 / 4.14
1985 Spillner, Dan SDP (1974-1978), CLE (1978-1984), CHW (1984-1985) 123 75-89 / 4.21
1985 Waits, Rick TEX (1973), CLE (1975-1983), MIL (1983-1985) 190 79-92 / 4.25
1984 Augustine, Jerry MIL (1975-1984) 104 55-59 / 4.23
1984 Curtis, John BOS (1970-1973), STL (1974-1976), SFG (1977-1979), SDP (1980-1982), CAL (1982-1984) 199 89-97 / 3.96
1984 Falcone, Pete SFG (1975), STL (1976-1978), NYM (1979-1982), ATL (1983-1984) 217 70-90 / 4.07
1984 Swan, Craig NYM (1973-1984), CAL (1984) 185 59-72 / 3.74
1983 Jenkins, Fergie PHI (1965-1966), CHC (1966-1973), TEX (1974-1975), BOS (1976-1977), TEX (1978-1981), CHC (1982-1983) 594 284-226 / 3.34
1983 Rasmussen, Eric STL (1975-1978), SDP (1978-1980), STL (1982-1983), KCR (1983) 144 50-77 / 3.85
1983 Renko, Steve MON (1969-1976), CHC (1976-1977), CHW (1977), OAK (1978), BOS (1979-1980), CAL (1981-1982), KCR (1983) 365 134-146 / 3.99
1983 Travers, Bill MIL (1974-1980), CAL (1981, 1983) 168 65-71 / 4.10
1982 Griffin, Tom HOU (1969-1976), SDP (1976-1977), CAL (1978), SFG (1979-1981), PIT (1982) 191 77-94 / 4.07
1982 Jones, Randy SDP (1973-1980), NYM (1981-1982) 285 100-123 / 3.42
1982 Kravec, Ken CHW (1975-1980), CHC (1981-1982) 128 43-56 / 4.47
1982 McGlothen, Lynn BOS (1972-1973), STL (1974-1976), SFG (1977-1978), CHC (1978-1981), CHW (1981), NYY (1982) 201 86-93 / 3.98
1982 Redfern, Pete MIN (1976-1982) 111 42-48 / 4.54
1981 Jefferson, Jesse BAL (1973-1975), CHW (1975-1976), TOR (1977-1980), PIT (1980), CAL (1981) 144 39-81 / 4.81
1980 Busby, Steve KCR (1972-1980) 150 70-54 / 3.72
1980 Halicki, Ed SFG (1974-1980), CAL (1980) 157 55-66 / 3.62
1980 Bonham, Bill CHC (1971-1977), CIN (1978-1980) 214 75-83 / 4.01
1980 Lemanczyk, Dave DET (1973-1976), TOR (1977-1980), CAL (1980) 103 37-63 / 4.62
1980 Lockwood, Skip SEP/MIL (1969-1973), CAL (1974), NYM (1975-1979), BOS (1980) 106 57-97 / 3.55
1980 Richard, JR HOU (1971-1980) 221 107-71 / 3.15
1979 Decker, Joe CHC (1969-1972), MIN (1973-1976), SEA (1979) 105 36-44 / 4.17
1979 Friesleben, Dave SDP (1974-1978), CLE (1978), TOR (1979) 121 34-60 / 4.30
1979 Murphy, Paul CAL (1968-1972), KCR (1972), STL (1973), MIL (1974-1976), BOS (1976-1977), TOR (1977-1979) 147 68-101 / 3.78
1979 Twitchell, Wayne MIL (1970), PHI (1971-1977), MON (1977-1978), NYM (1979), SEA (1979) 133 48-65 / 3.98
1978 Broberg, Pete WSA/TEX (1971-1974), MIL (1975-1976), CHC (1977), OAK (1978) 134 41-71 / 4.56
1978 Colborn, Jim CHC (1969-1971), MIL (1972-1976), KCR (1977-1978), SEA (1978) 204 83-88 / 3.80
1978 Fitzmorris, Al KCR (1969-1976), CLE (1977-1978), CAL (1978) 159 77-59 / 3.65
1978 Wood, Wilbur BOS (1961-1964), PIT (1964-1965), CHW (1967-1978) 297 164-156 / 3.24
1977 Brown, Jackie WSA (1970-1971, 1973-1975), CLE (1975-1976), MON (1977) 105 47-53 / 4.18
1977 Dierker, Larry HOU (1964-1976), STL (1977) 329 139-123 / 3.31
1977 Hargan, Steve CLE (1965-1972), TEX (1974-1976), TOR (1977), TEX (1977), ATL (1977) 215 87-107 / 3.92
1977 Kekich, Mike LAD (1965, 1968), NYY (1969-1973), CLE (1973), TEX (1975), SEA (1977) 112 39-51 / 4.59
1977 Singer, Bill LAD (1964-1972), CAL (1973-1975), TEX (1976), MIN (1976), TOR (1977) 308 118-127 / 3.39
1976 Champion, Bill PHI (1969-1972), MIL (1973-1976) 102 34-50 / 4.69
1976 Foster, Alan LAD (1967-1970), CLE (1971), CAL (1972), STL (1973-1974), SDP (1975-1976) 148 48-63 / 3.74
1976 Kirby, Clay SDP (1969-1973), CIN (1974-1975), MON (1976) 239 75-104 / 3.84
1976 Morton, Carl MON (1969-1972), ATL (1973-1976) 242 87-92 / 3.73
1976 Peterson, Fritz NYY (1966-1974), CLE (1974-1976), TEX (1976) 330 133-131 / 3.30
1975 Bradley, Tom CAL (1969-1970), CHW (1971-1972), SFG (1973-1975) 151 55-61 / 3.72
1975 Dobson, Chuck KCR (1966-1967), OAK (1968-1971, 1973), CAL (1974-1975) 190 74-69 / 3.78
1975 Hands, Bill SFG (1965), CHC (1966-1972), MIN (1973-1974), TEX (1974-1975) 260 111-110 / 3.35
1975 McDowell, Sam CLE (1961-1971), SFG (1972-1973), NYY (1973-1974), PIT (1975) 346 141-134 / 3.17
1975 Siebert, Sonny CLE (1964-1969), BOS (1969-1973), TEX (1973), STL (1974), SDP (1975), OAK (1975) 307 140-114 / 3.21
1975 Wright, Clyde CAL (1966-1973), MIL (1974), TEX (1975) 235 100-111 / 3.50
1974 Barber, Steve BAL (1960-1967), NYY (1967-1968), SEP (1969), CHC (1970), ATL (1970-1972), CAL (1972-1973), SFG (1974) 272 121-106 / 3.36
1974 Krausse, Lew KCA/OAK (1961, 1964-1969), MIL (1970-1971), BOS (1972), STL (1973), ATL (1974) 167 68-91 / 4.00
1974 McAndrew, Jim NYM (1968-1973), SDP (1974) 110 37-53 / 3.65
1974 Stoneman, Bill CHC (1967-1968), MON (1969-1973), CAL (1974) 169 54-85 / 4.08
1974 Wilson, Don HOU (1966-1974) 245 104-92 / 3.15
1973 Culp, Ray PHI (1963-1966), CHC (1967), BOS (1968-1973) 268 122-101 / 3.58
1973 Short, Chris PHI (1959-1972), MIL (1973) 308 135-132 / 3.43
1972 Blasingame, Wade MLN (1963-1965), ATL (1966-1967), HOU (1967-1972), NYY (1972) 128 46-51 / 4.52
1972 Hardin, Jim BAL (1967-1971), NYY (1971), ATL (1972) 100 43-32 / 3.18
1972 Lemaster, Denny MLN (1962-1965), ATL (1966-1967), HOU (1968-1971), MON (1972) 249 90-105 / 3.58
1972 Nash, Jim KCA (1966-1967), OAK (1968-1969), ATL (1970-1972), PHI (1972) 167 68-64 / 3.58
1972 Peters, Gary CHW (1959-1969), BOS (1970-1972) 286 124-103 / 3.25
1971 Brunet, George KCA (1956-1957, 1959-1960), MLN (1960-1961), HOU (1962-1963), BAL (1963), LAA/CAL (1964-1969), SEP (1969), WSA (1970), 213 69-93 / 3.62
1971 Bunning, Jim DET (1955-1963), PHI (1964-1967), PIT (1968-1969), LAD (1969), PHI (1970-1971) 519 224-184 / 3.27
1971 Ellsworth, Dick CHC (1958, 1960-1966), PHI (1967), BOS (1968-1969), CLE (1969-1970), MIL (1970-1971) 310 115-137 / 3.72
1971 Hannan, Jim WSA (1962-1970), DET (1971), MIL (1971) 101 41-48 / 3.88
1971 McCormick, Mike NYG/SFG (1957-1962), BAL (1963-1964), WSA (1965-1966), SFG (1967-1970), NYY (1970), KCR (1971) 333 134-128 / 3.73
1970 Aguirre, Hank CLE (1955-1957), DET (1958-1967), LAD (1968), CHC (1969-1970) 149 75-72 / 3.25
1970 Kline, Ron PIT (1952, 1955-1959), STL (1960), LAA (1961), DET (1961-1962), WSA (1963-1966), MIN (1967), PIT (1968-1969), SFG (1969), BOS (1969), ATL (1970) 203 114-144 / 3.75
1970 Ramos, Pedro WSH (1955-1960), MIN (1961), CLE (1962-1964), NYY (1964-1966), PHI (1967), PIT (1969), CIN (1969), WSA (1970) 268 117-160 / 4.08
1970 Talbot, Fred CHW (1963-1964), KCA (1965-1966), NYY (1966-1969), SEP (1969), OAK (1969-1970) 126 38-56 / 4.12
1969 Ellis, Sammy CIN (1962-1967), CAL (1968), CHW (1969) 140 63-58 / 4.15
1969 Farrell, Turk PHI (1956-1961), LAD (1961), HOU (1962-1967), PHI (1967-1969) 134 106-111 / 3.45
1969 Fisher, Jack BAL (1959-1962), SFG (1963), NYM (1964-1967), CHW (1968), CIN (1969) 265 86-139 / 4.06
1969 Jackson, Al PIT (1959, 1961), NYM (1962-1965), STL (1966-1967), NYM (1968-1969), CIN (1969) 184 67-99 / 3.98
1969 Ortega, Phil LAD (1960-1964), WSA (1965-1968), CAL (1969) 141 46-62 / 4.43
1969 Wickersham, Dave KCA (1960-1963), DET (1964-1967), PIT (1968), KCR (1969) 124 68-57 / 3.66
1968 Bennett, Dennis PHI (1962-1964), BOS (1965-1967), NYM (1967), CAL (1968) 127 43-47 / 3.69
1968 Buzhardt, John CHC (1958-1959), PHI (1960-1961), CHW (1962-1967), BAL (1967), HOU (1967-1968) 200 71-96 / 3.66
1968 Jackson, Larry STL (1955-1962), CHC (1963-1966), PHI (1966-1968) 429 194-183 / 3.40
1968 Monbuquette, Bill BOS (1958-1965), DET (1966-1967), NYY (1967-1968), SFG (1968) 263 114-112 / 3.68
1967 Bruce, Bob DET (1959-1961), HOU (1962-1966), ATL (1967) 167 49-71 / 3.85
1967 Hendley, Bob MLN (1961-1963), SFG (1964-1965), CHC (1965-1967), NYM (1967) 126 48-52 / 3.97
1967 Kralick, Jack WSH (1959-1960), MIN (1961-1963), CLE (1963-1967) 169 67-65 / 3.56
1967 Latman, Barry CHW (1957-1959), CLE (1960-1963), LAA/CAL (1964), HOU (1966-1967) 134 59-68 / 3.91
1967 Owens, Jim PHI (1955-1956, 1958-1962), CIN (1963), HOU (1964-1967) 103 42-68 / 4.31
1967 Schwall, Don BOS (1961-1962), PIT (1963-1966), ATL (1966-1967) 103 49-48 / 3.72
1966 Broglio, Ernie STL (1959-1964), CHC (1964-1966) 184 77-74 / 3.74
1966 Herbert, Ray DET (1950-1951, 1953-1954), KCA (1955-1961), CHW (1961-1964), PHI (1965-1966) 236 104-107 / 4.01
1966 Hoeft, Billy DET (1952-1959), BOS (1959), BAL (1959-1962), SFG (1963), MLN (1964), CHC (1965-1966), SFG (1966) 200 97-101 / 3.94
1966 Mahaffey, Art PHI (1960-1965), STL (1966) 148 59-64 / 4.17
1966 Nuxhall, Joe CIN (1944, 1952-1960), KCA (1961), LAA (1962), CIN (1962-1966) 287 135-117 / 3.90
1966 Stallard, Tracy BOS (1960-1962), NYM (1963-1964), STL (1965-1966) 104 30-57 / 4.17
1966 Stigman, Dick CLE (1960-1961), MIN (1962-1965), BOS (1966) 119 46-54 / 4.03
1965 Daniels, Bennie PIT (1957-1960), WSA (1961-1965) 139 45-76 / 4.44
1964 Lary, Frank DET (1954-1964), NYM (1964), MLN (1964), NYM (1965), CHW (1965) 292 128-116 / 3.49
1965 McBride, Ken CHW (1959-1960), LAA/CAL (1961-1965) 122 40-50 / 3.79
1964 Brown, Hal CHW (1951-1952), BOS (1953-1955), BAL (1955-1962), NYY (1962), HOU (1963-1964) 211 85-92 / 3.81
1964 Foytack, Paul DET (1953-1963), LAA (1963-1964) 193 86-87 / 4.14
1964 Hobbie, Glen CHC (1957-1964), STL (1964) 170 62-81 / 4.20
1964 Hook, Jay CIN (1957-1961), NYM (1962-1964) 112 29-62 / 5.23
1964 McLish, Cal BRO (1944, 1946), PIT (1947-1948), CHC (1949, 1951), CLE (1956-1959), CIN (1960), CHW (1961), PHI (1962-1964) 209 92-92 / 4.01
1964 Jones, Sam CLE (1951-1952), CHC (1955-1956), STL (1957-1958), SFG (1959-1961), DET (1962), STL (1963), BAL (1964) 222 102-101 / 3.59
1963 Delock, Mike BOS (1952-1963), BAL (1963) 147 84-75 / 4.03
1963 Drott, Dick CHC (1957-1961), HOU (1962-1963) 101 27-46 / 4.78
1963 Kemmerer, Russ BOS (1954-1955, 1957), WSH (1957-1960), CHW (1960-1962), HOU (1962-1963) 109 43-59 / 4.46
1963 Sullivan, Frank BOS (1953-1960), PHI (1961-1962), MIN (1962-1963) 219 97-100 / 3.60
1962 Score, Herb CLE (1955-1959), CHW (1960-1962) 127 55-46 / 3.36
1961 Brewer, Tom BOS (1954-1961) 217 91-82 / 4.00
1961 Garver, Ned SLB (1948-1952), DET (1952-1956), KCA (1957-1960), LAA (1961) 330 129-157 / 3.73
1961 Hacker, Warren CHC (1948-1956), CIN (1957), PHI (1957-1958), CHW (1961) 157 62-89 / 4.21
1961 Stobbs, Chuck BOS (1947-1951), CHW (1952), WSH (1953-1958), STL (1958), WSH (1959-1960), MIN (1961) 238 107-130 / 4.29
1960 Harshman, Jack NYG (1952), CHW (1954-1957), BAL (1958-1959), BOS (1959), CLE (1959-1960) 155 69-65 / 3.50
1960 Lawrence, Brooks STL (1954-1955), CIN (1956-1960) 127 69-62 / 4.25
1960 Portocarrero, Arnie PHA/KCA (1954-1957), BAL (1958-1960) 117 38-57 / 4.32
1959 Kellner, Alex PHA/KCA (1948-1958), CIN (1958), STL (1959) 250 101-112 / 4.41
1959 Porterfield, Bob NYY (1948-1951), WSH (1951-1955), BOS (1956-1958), PIT (1958-1959), CHC (1959), PIT (1959) 193 87-97 / 3.79
1958 Nixon, Willard BOS (1950-1958) 177 69-72 / 4.39
1958 Wight, Bill NYY (1946-1947), CHW (1948-1950), BOS (1951-1952), DET (1952-1953), CLE (1953, 1955), BAL (1955-1957), CIN (1958), STL (1958) 198 77-99 / 3.95
1958 Wehmeier, Herm CIN (1945, 1947-1954), PHI (1954-1956), STL (1956-1958), DET (1958) 240 92-108 / 4.80
1958 Wilson, Jim BOS (1945-1946), SLB (1948), PHA (1949), BSN/MLN (1951-1954), BAL (1955-1956), CHW (1956-1958) 217 86-89 / 4.01
1957 Byrd, Harry PHA (1950, 1952-1953), NYY (1954), BAL (1955), CHW (1955-1956), DET (1957) 108 46-54 / 4.35
1957 Kinder, Ellis SLB (1946-1947), BOS (1948-1955), STL (1956), CHW (1956-1957) 122 102-71 / 3.43
1957 Poholsky, Tom STL (1950-1951, 1954-1956), CHC (1957) 104 31-52 / 3.93
1957 Rogovin, Saul DET (1949-1951), CHW (1951-1953), BAL (1955), PHI (1955-1957) 121 48-48 / 4.06
1957 Surkont, Max CHW (1949), BSN/MLN (1950-1952), PIT (1954-1956), STL (1956), NYG (1956-1957) 149 61-76 / 4.38
1956 Kretlow, Lou DET (1946, 1948-1949), SLB (1950), CHW (1950-1953), SLB (1953), BAL (1954-1955), KCA (1956) 104 27-47 / 4.87
1956 Masterson, Walt WSH (1939-1942, 1945-1949), BOS (1949-1952), WSH (1952-1953), DET (1956) 184 78-100 / 4.15
1956 Parnell, Mel BOS (1947-1956) 232 123-75 / 3.50
1956 Pillette, Duane NYY (1949-1950), SLB/BAL (1950-1955), PHI (1956) 119 38-66 / 4.40
1956 Schmitz, Johnny CHC (1941-1942, 1946-1951), BRO (1951-1952), NYY (1952), CIN (1952), NYY (1953), WSH (1953-1955), BOS (1956), BAL (1956) 235 93-114 / 3.55
1955 Coleman, Joe PHA (1942, 1946-1953), BAL (1954-1955), DET (1955) 140 52-76 / 4.38
1955 Gray, Ted DET (1946, 1948-1954), CHW (1955), CLE (1955), NYY (1955), BAL (1955) 162 59-74 / 4.37
1954 Fox, Howie CIN (1944-1946, 1948-1951), PHI (1952), BAL (1954) 132 43-72 / 4.33
1954 Hudson, Sid WSH (1940-1942, 1946-1952), BOS (1952-1954) 279 104-152 / 4.28
1954 Raffensburger, Ken STL (1939), CHC (1940-1941), PHI (1943-1947), CIN (1947-1954) 282 119-154 / 3.60
1954 Scheib, Carl PHA (1943-1945, 1947-1954), STL (1954) 107 45-65 / 4.88
1953 Chambers, Cliff CHC (1948), PIT (1949-1951), STL (1951-1953) 113 48-53 / 4.29
1953 Leonard, Dutch BRO (1933-1936), WSH (1938-1946), PHI (1947-1948), CHC (1949-1953) 375 191-181 / 3.25
1952 Fowler, Dick PHA (1941-1942, 1945-1952) 170 66-79 / 4.11
1952 Gumpert, Randy PHA (1936-1938), NYY (1946-1948), CHW (1948-1951), BOS (1952), WSH (1952) 113 51-59 / 4.17
1952 Haynes, Joe WSH (1939-1940), CHW (1941-1948), WSH (1949-1952) 147 76-82 / 4.01
1950 Flores, Jesse CHC (1942), PHA (1943-1947), CLE (1950) 113 44-59 / 3.18
1950 Haefner, Mickey WSH (1943-1949), CHW (1949-1950), BSN (1950) 179 78-91 / 3.50
1950 Marchildon, Phil PHA (1940-1942, 1945-1949), BOS (1950) 162 68-75 / 3.93
1949 Grove, Orval CHW (1940-1949) 152 63-73 / 3.78
1949 Sewell, Rip DET (1932), PIT (1938-1949) 243 143-97 / 3.48
1948 Black, Don PHA (1943-1945), CLE (1946-1948) 113 34-55 / 4.35
1948 Dietrich, Bill PHA (1933-1936), WSH (1936), CHW (1936-1946), PHA (1947-1948) 253 108-128 / 4.48
1948 Heusser, Ed STL (1935-1936), PHI (1938), PHA (1940), CIN (1943-1946), PHI (1948) 104 56-67 / 3.69
1948 Lee, Thornton CLE (1933-1936), CHW (1937-1947), NYG (1948) 272 117-124 / 3.56
1948 Ostermueller, Fritz BOS (1934-1940), SLB (1941-1943), BRO (1943-1944), PIT (1944-1948) 246 114-115 / 3.99
1948 Strincevich, Nick BSN (1940-1941), PIT (1941-1942, 1944-1948), PHI (1948) 103 46-49 / 4.05
1947 Harder, Mel CLE (1928-1947) 433 223-186 / 3.80
1947 Johnson, Si CIN (1928-1936), STL (1936-1938), PHI (1940-1943, 1946), BSN (1946-1947) 272 101-165 / 4.09
1947 Lanning, Johnny BSN (1936-1939), PIT (1941-1946), BSN (1947) 104 58-60 / 3.58
1947 Mulcahy, Hugh PHI (1935-1940, 1945-1947) 145 45-89 / 4.49
1947 Rigney, Johnny CHW (1937-1942, 1946-1947) 132 63-64 / 3.59
1947 Smith, Eddie PHA (1936-1939), CHW (1939-1943, 1946-1947), BOS (1947) 197 73-113 / 3.82
1947 Wolff, Roger PHA (1941-1943), WSH (1944-1946), CLE (1947), PIT (1947) 128 52-69 / 3.41
1946 Humphries, Johnny CLE (1938-1940), CHW (1941-1945), PHI (1946) 111 52-63 / 3.78
1946 Javery, Al BSN (1940-1946) 147 53-74 / 3.80
1946 Milnar, Al CLE (1936-1943), SLB (1943, 1946), PHI (1946) 127 57-58 / 4.22
1946 Knott, Jack SLB (1933-1938), CHW (1938-1940), PHA (1941-1942, 1946) 192 82-103 / 4.97
1946 Lyons, Ted CHW (1923-1942, 1946) 484 260-230 / 3.67
1946 Niggeling, Johnny BSN (1938), CIN (1939), SLB (1940-1943), WSH (1943-1946), BSN (1946) 161 64-69 / 3.22
1945 Beck, Boom-Boom SLB (1924, 1927-1928), BRO (1933-1934), PHI (1939-1943), DET (1944), CIN (1945), PIT (1945) 101 38-69 / 4.28
1945 Bowman, Joe PHA (1932), NYG (1934), PHI (1935-1936), PIT (1937-1941), BOS (1944-1945), CIN (1945) 184 77-96 / 4.40
1945 Butcher, Max BRO (1936-1938), PHI (1938-1939), PIT (1939-1945) 229 95-106 / 3.75
1945 Kennedy, Vern CHW (1934-1937), DET (1938-1939), SLB (1939-1941), WSH (1941), CLE (1942-1944), PHI (1944-1945), CIN (1945) 263 104-132 / 4.67
1945 Lisenbee, Hod WSH (1927-1928), BOS (1929-1932), PHA (1936), CIN (1945) 107 37-58 / 4.81
1945 Mungo, Van BRO (1931-1941), NYG (1942-1943, 1945) 259 120-115 / 3.47
1945 Ross, Buck PHA (1936-1941), CHW (1941-1945) 182 56-95 / 4.94
1944 Hamlin, Luke DET (1933-1934), BRO (1937-1941), PIT (1942), PHA (1944) 181 73-76 / 3.77
1944 Hudlin, Willis CLE (1926-1940), WSH (1940), NYG (1940), SLB (1940, 1944) 328 158-156 / 4.41
1944 Lohrman, Bill PHI (1934), NYG (1937-1941), STL (1942), NYG (1942-1943), BRO (1943-1944), CIN (1944) 120 60-59 / 3.69
1943 Chase, Ken WSH (1936-1941), BOS (1942-1943), NYG (1943) 160 53-84 / 4.27
1943 MacFayden, Danny BOS (1926-1932), NYY (1932-1934), CIN (1935), BSN (1935-1939), PIT (1940), WSH (1941), BSN (1943) 334 132-159 / 3.96
1943 Swift, Bob PIT (1932-1939), BSN (1940), BRO (1941), CHW (1943) 165 95-82 / 3.58
1942 Blanton, Cy PIT (1934-1939), PHI (1940-1942) 167 68-71 / 3.55
1942 Brown, Clint CLE (1928-1935), CHW (1936-1940), CLE (1941-1942) 130 89-93 / 4.26
1942 McGee, Bill STL (1935-1941), NYG (1941-1942) 102 46-41 / 3.74
1942 Whitehead, John CHW (1935-1939), SLB (1939-1940, 1942) 119 49-54 / 4.60
1942 Wilson, Jack PHA (1934), BOS (1935-1941), WSH (1942), DET (1942) 121 68-72 / 4.59
1941 Ferrell, Wes CLE (1927-1933), BOS (1934-1937), WSH (1937-1938), NYY (1938-1939), BRO (1940), BSN (1941) 323 193-128 / 4.04
1940 Brown, Lloyd BRO (1925), WSH (1928-1932), SLB (1933), BOS (1933), CLE (1934-1937), PHI (1940) 181 91-105 / 4.20
1940 Weiland, Bob CHW (1928-1931), BOS (1932-1934), CLE (1934), SLB (1935), STL (1936-1940) 179 62-94 / 4.24
1939 DeShong, Jimmie PHA (1932), NYY (1934-1935), WSH (1936-1939) 100 47-44 / 5.08
1939 Frankhouse, Fred STL (1927-1930), BSN (1930-1935), BRO (1936-1938), BSN (1939) 213 106-97 / 3.92
1939 Johnson, Hank NYY (1925-1932), BOS (1933-1935), PHA (1936), CIN (1939) 116 63-56 / 4.75
1939 Marcum, Johnny PHA (1933-1935), BOS (1936-1938), SLB (1939), CHW (1939) 132 65-63 / 4.66
1939 Parmalee, Roy NYG (1929-1935), STL (1936), CHC (1937), PHA (1939) 145 59-55 / 4.27
1939 Weaver, Jim WSH (1928), NYY (1931), SLB (1934), CHC (1934), PIT (1935-1937), SLB (1938), CIN (1938-1939) 108 57-36 / 3.88
1938 Benge, Ray CLE (1925-1926), PHI (1928-1932), BRO (1933-1935), BSN (1936), PHI (1936), CIN (1938) 248 101-129 / 4.52
1938 Brandt, Ed BSN (1928-1935), BRO (1936), PIT (1937-1938) 278 121-146 / 3.86
1938 Cain, Sugar PHA (1932-1935), SLB (1935-1936), CHW (1936-1938) 137 53-60 / 4.83
1938 Lucas, Red NYG (1923), BSN (1924), CIN (1926-1933), PIT (1934-1938) 302 157-135 / 3.72
1937 Cantwell, Ben NYG (1927-1928), BSN (1928-1936), NYG (1937), BRO (1937) 163 76-108 / 3.91
1937 Clark, Watty CLE (1924), BRO (1927-1933), NYG (1933-1934), BRO (1934-1937) 209 111-97 / 3.66
1937 Fischer, Carl WSH (1930-1932), SLB (1932), DET (1933-1935), CHW (1935), CLE (1937), WSH (1937) 105 46-50 / 4.63
1937 Sorrell, Vic DET (1928-1937) 216 92-101 / 4.43
1936 Blaeholder, George SBL (1925-1935), PHA (1935), CLE (1936) 251 104-125 / 4.54
1936 Frey, Benny CIN (1929-1931), STL (1932), CIN (1932-1936) 127 57-82 / 4.50
1936 Rhodes, Gordon NYY (1929-1932), BOS (1932-1935), PHA (1936) 135 43-74 / 4.85
1935 Benton, Larry BSN (1923-1927), NYG (1927-1930), CIN (1930-1934), BSN (1935) 261 128-128 / 4.03
1935 Betts, Huck PHI (1920-1925), BSN (1932-1935) 125 61-68 / 3.93
1935 Collins, Phil CHC (1923), PHI (1929-1935), STL (1935) 141 80-85 / 4.66
1935 Kaufmann, Tony CHC (1921-1927), PHI (1927), STL (1927-1928, 1930-1931, 1935) 124 64-62 / 4.18
1934 Carroll, Ownie DET (1925-1930), NYY (1930), CIN (1930-1932), BRO (1933-1934) 153 64-90 / 4.43
1934 Gaston, Milt NYY (1924), SLB (1925-1927), WSH (1928), BOS (1929-1931), CHW (1932-1934) 269 97-164 / 4.55
1934 Elliott, Jumbo SLB (1923), BRO (1925, 1927-1930), PHI (1931-1934), BSN (1934) 144 63-74 / 4.24
1934 Kolp, Ray SLB (1921-1924), CIN (1927-1934) 172 79-95 / 4.08
1934 Meine, Heinie SLB (1922), PIT (1929-1934) 132 66-50 / 3.95
1934 Shaute, Joe CLE (1922-1930), BRO (1931-1933), CIN (1934) 208 99-109 / 4.15
1934 Wells, Ed DET (1923-1927), NYY (1929-1932), SLB (1933-1934) 140 68-69 / 4.65
1933 Gray, Sam PHA (1924-1927), SLB (1928-1933) 231 111-115 / 4.18
1933 Heimach, Fred PHA (1920-1926), BOS (1926), NYY (1928-1929), BRO (1930-1933) 127 62-69 / 4.46
1933 Miller, Jake CLE (1924-1931), CHW (1933) 139 60-58 / 4.09
1933 Seibold, Socks PHA (1916-1917, 1919), BSN (1929-1933) 135 48-85 / 4.43
1933 Thurston, Sloppy SLB (1923), CHW (1923-1926), WSH (1927) 178 89-86 / 4.24
1932 Donahue, Pete CIN (1921-1930), NYG (1930-1931), CLE (1931), BOS (1932) 267 134-118 / 3.87
1931 Stoner, Lil DET (1922, 1924-1929), PIT (1930), PHI (1931) 111 50-57 / 4.76
1931 Willoughby, Claude PHI (1925-1930), PIT (1931) 101 38-58 / 5.84
1930 Blankenship, Ted CHW (1922-1930) 156 77-79 / 4.29
1930 Genewich, Joe BSN (1922-1928), NYG (1928-1930) 166 73-92 / 4.29
1930 Holloway, Ken DET (1922-1928), CLE (1929-1930), NYY (1930) 110 64-52 / 4.40
1930 Jones, Percy CHC (1920-1928), BSN (1929), PIT (1930) 114 53-57 / 4.34
1930 McWeeny, Doug CHW (1921-1922, 1924), BRO (1926-1929), CIN (1930) 116 37-57 / 4.17
1930 Petty, Jesse CLE (1921), BRO (1925-1928), PIT (1929-1930), CHC (1930) 153 67-68 / 3.68
1929 Doak, Bill CIN (1912), STL (1913-1924), BRO (1924, 1927-1928), STL (1929) 369 169-157 / 2.98
1929 Vangilder, Elam SLB (1919-1927), DET (1928-1929) 187 99-102 / 4.28
1928 Harriss, Slim PHA (1920-1926), BOS (1926-1928) 229 95-135 / 4.25
1928 Robertson, Charlie CHW (1919, 1922-1925), SLB (1926), BSN (1927-1928) 141 49-80 / 4.44
1927 Jacobs, Elmer PHI (1914), PIT (1916-1918), PHI (1918-1919), STL (1919-1920), CHC (1924-1925), CHW (1927) 133 50-81 / 3.55
1926 Cooper, Wilbur PIT (1912-1924), CHC (1925-1926), DET (1926) 406 216-178 / 2.89
1926 Dauss, Hooks DET (1912-1926) 388 223-182 / 3.30
1926 Davis, Dixie CIN (1912), CHW (1915), PHI (1918), SLB (1920-1926) 164 75-71 / 3.97
1926 Sothoron, Allan SLB (1914-1915, 1917-1921), BOS (1921), CLE (1921-1922), STL (1924-1926) 193 91-99 / 3.31
1925 Fillingim, Dana PHA (1915), BSN (1918-1923), PHI (1925) 114 47-73 / 3.56
1925 Gregg, Vean CLE (1911-1914), BOS (1914-1916), PHA (1918), WSH (1925) 161 92-63 / 2.70
1925 Hubbell, Bill NYG (1919-1920), PHI (1920-1925), BRO (1925) 108 40-63 / 4.68
1925 Oeschger, Joe PHI (1914-1919), NYG (1919), BSN (1919-1923), NYG (1924), PHI (1924), BRO (1925) 199 82-116 / 3.81
1924 Hamilton, Earl SLB (1911-1916), DET (1916), SLB (1916-1917), PIT (1918-1923), PHI (1924) 262 115-147 / 3.16
1924 Morton, Guy CLE (1914-1924) 185 98-86 / 3.13
1924 Naylor, Rollie PHA (1917, 1919-1924) 136 42-83 / 3.94
1923 Miller, Frank CHW (1913), PIT (1916-1919), BSN (1922-1923) 127 52-66 / 3.01
1923 Ragan, Pat CIN (1909), CHC (1909), BRO (1911-1915), BSN (1915-1919), NYG (1919), CHW (1919), PHI (1923) 181 77-104 / 2.99
1923 Smith, George NYG (1916-1917), CIN (1918), NYG (1918), BRO (1918), NYG (1919), PHI (1919-1922), BRO (1923) 115 39-81 / 3.89
1922 Bailey, Bill SLB (1907-1912), BAL (1914-1915), CHI (1915), DET (1918), STL (1921-1922) 117 38-76 / 3.57
1922 Myers, Elmer PHA (1915-1918), CLE (1919-1920), BOS (1920-1922) 127 55-72 / 4.06
1921 Ayers, Doc WSH (1913-1919), DET (1919-1921) 140 64-78 / 2.84
1921 Boland, Bernie DET (1915-1920), SLB (1921) 119 68-53 / 3.25
1921 Cullop, Nick CLE (1913-1914), KCP (1914-1915), NYY (1916-1917), SLB (1921) 121 57-54 / 2.73
1921 Shaw, Jim WSH (1913-1921) 194 84-98 / 3.07
1921 Wilhelm, Kaiser PIT (1903), BSN (1904-1905), BRO (1908-1910), BAL (1914-1915), PHI (1921) 158 56-105 / 3.44
1920 Boehling, Joe WSH (1912-1916), CLE (1916-1917, 1920) 118 56-50 / 2.97
1920 Gallia, Bert WSH (1912-1917), SLB (1918-1920), PHI (1920) 135 66-69 / 3.14
1920 Weilman, Carl SLB (1912-1917, 1919-1920) 179 84-93 / 2.67
1919 Benz, Joe CHW (1911-1919) 163 77-75 / 2.43
1919 Davenport, Dave CIN (1914), SLM (1914-1915), SLB (1916-1919) 186 73-83 / 2.93
1919 Mitchell, Willie CLE (1909-1916), DET (1916-1919) 190 83-92 / 2.88
1919 Packard, Gene CIN (1912-1913), KCP (1914-1915), CHC (1916-1917), STL (1917-1918), PHI (1919) 153 85-69 / 3.01
1919 Schneider, Pete CIN (1914-1918), NYY (1919) 157 59-86 / 2.66
1918 Coveleski, Harry PHI (1907-1909), CIN (1910), DET (1914-1918) 151 81-55 / 2.39
1918 Groom, Bob WSH (1909-1913), SLM (1914-1915), SLB (1916-1917), CLE (1918) 288 119-150 / 3.10
1918 Harmon, Bob STL (1909-1913), PIT (1914-1916, 1918) 240 107-133 / 3.33
1918 McQuillan, George PHI (1907-1910), CIN (1911), PIT (1913-1915), PHI (1915-1916), CLE (1918) 173 85-89 / 2.38
1917 Allen, Frank BRO (1912-1914), PBS (1914-1915), BSN (1916-1917) 127 50-66 / 2.93
1917 Falkenberg, Cy PIT (1903), WSH (1905-1908), CLE (1908-1913), INT (1914), NEW (1915), BTT (1915), PHA (1917) 266 130-123 / 2.68
1917 Knetzer, Elmer BRO (1909-1912), PBS (1914-1915), BSN (1916), CIN (1916-1917) 134 69-69 / 3.15
1917 Lavender, Jimmy CHC (1912-1916), PHI (1917) 142 63-76 / 3.09
1917 Scott, Jim CHW (1909-1917) 226 107-114 / 2.30
1917 Seaton, Tom PHI (1912-1913), BTT (1914-1915), NEW (1915), CHC (1916-1917) 155 92-65 / 3.12
1916 Beebe, Fred CHC (1906), STL (1906-1909), CIN (1910), PHI (1911), CLE (1916) 153 62-83 / 2.86
1916 Schulz, Al NYY (1912-1914), BUF (1914-1915), CIN (1916) 110 47-63 / 3.32
1915 Barger, Cy NYY (1906-1907), BRO (1910-1912), PBS (1914-1915) 111 46-63 / 3.56
1915 Ford, Russ NYY (1909-1913), BUF (1914-1915) 170 100-71 / 2.59
1915 Fromme, Art STL (1906-1908), CIN (1909-1913), NYG (1913-1915) 167 80-90 / 2.90
1915 Perdue, Hub BSN (1911-1914), STL (1914-1915) 122 51-64 / 3.85
1915 Smith, Frank CHW (1904-1910), BOS (1910-1911), CIN (1911-1912), BAL (1914-1915), BTT (1915) 255 139-111 / 2.59
1915 Suggs, George DET (1908-1909), CIN (1910-1913), BAL (1914-1915) 185 99-91 / 3.11
1915 Warhop, Jack NYY (1908-1915) 150 68-92 / 3.12
1913 Brown, Buster STL (1905-1907), PHI (1907-1909), BSN (1909-1913) 165 51-103 / 3.21
1913 Lake, Joe NYY (1908-1909), SLB (1910-1912), DET (1912-1913) 139 62-90 / 2.85
1913 Morgan, Cy SLB (1903-1905, 1907), BOS (1907-1909), PHA (1909-1912), CIN (1913) 172 78-78 / 2.51
1912 Pelty, Barney SLB (1903-1912), WSH (1912) 217 92-117 / 2.63
1911 Bell, George BRO (1907-1911) 124 43-79 / 2.85
1911 Karger, Ed PIT (1906), STL (1907-1908), CIN (1909), BOS (1909-1911) 123 48-67 / 2.79
1911 Scanlan, Doc PIT (1903-1904), BRO (1904-1907, 1909-1911) 149 65-71 / 3.00
1911 Young, Irv BSN (1905-1908), PIT (1908), CHW (1910-1911) 161 63-95 / 3.11
1910 Corridon, Frank CHC (1904), PHI (1904-1909), STL (1910) 140 70-67 / 2.80
1910 Dygert, Jimmy PHA (1905-1910) 105 57-49 / 2.65
1910 Lush, Johnny PHI (1904-1907), STL (1907-1910) 155 66-85 / 2.68
1909 Weimer, Jake CHC (1903-1905), CIN (1906-1908), NYG (1909) 180 97-69 / 2.23
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2020.09.21 17:09 Emberily123 Mummy issues make psychopaths, daddy issues make emos

Okay here me out. Ted Bundy, Ed Gein, Even John Wayne Gacy all had mummy issues, most serial killers real and fictional have mummy issues. In terms of fictional characters there’s Azula, Sangwoo, And many others, all of them are killers. Why? Mummy issues! Daddy issues turn you into either a Zuko, a Yoonbum or an emo... or all three.
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2020.09.20 20:10 BlueGrassOfHome 22 [M4F] New York/Anywhere - Let's See if We Can Connect

Hey everyone, I'll jump right into things. Lately I have been craving real connections and I can't think of a better way to wait out the world than with real friendship or more! Maybe ... an emphasis on a little more, but friendship is fine too, met some cool people on the Internet/Reddit thus far and I never dismiss these friends as "illegitimate", friends are friends, if you connect you connect.
Originally I was looking for connections for romance, or at least something in between friendship and that. But really, I'm down for whatever one may want at this point. Of course, it doesn't have to be anything serious unless we truly get along, but being flirtatious and open can sometimes lead to that.
A little about me, I am currently in my final semester of undergrad. And I'll be graduating with an English Bachelor's. I'm an avid writer and reader, though the reading's been scarce nowadays (and not to mention the editing ... oh god the editing) as I am still a member of this television and YouTube generation and can't really stop entertaining myself with that stuff.
I love me some video games (though I wonder if that's just me procrastinating, got any procrastination tips? HELP), typically playing Indie stuff and the larger single player AAA titles. Also have gotten into plenty of RPGs and JRPGs. Strategy games I am also big into, even if I suck at them. Crusader Kings III has been a great time.
As well as books, I do read comics. Mostly manga, though I am interested in the American comic canon and Indie works. Indie works/visual novels primarily I'd say. I think DC and Marvel need to work on a different model for their comics rather than the confusion that is getting into them this late in the game.
When it comes to my movie interests, I'm a huge fan of animation and a very amateur artist. I don't plan on pursuing art unless one day I'm secure and have the time for practice, but I have been putting all my personal practice stock into my writing. I'm a fan of a wide variety of series. I love highly stylized films, so ... Wes Anderson, and when it comes to animation Coraline and The Song of the Sea are some of my all time favorites. Animation in general though can sometimes blow my mind and inspire me. So Pixar also gets a mention for looking so damn good.
I'd say one more huge interest of mine worth mentioning is my love of history and mythology. They often go hand in hand, and I'm particularly fond of ancient history. Folklore and myth deeply intrigue me. Been watching a lot of Ted-Ed and various video essay and history channels on Youtube, would love some recommendations!
After some existential crises I've come out of it a pretty logical person I'd say. It's been a point in my life lately to explore spiritual avenues to see if there's some kinda' spark, so definitely interested in this sort of discussion as well! Philosophy and theology can be fun to chat about. Been learning tarot recently, and at one point even got into astrology, but these things really clash with who I am and I don't know where I stand with them.
That's about it for now. I have plenty to talk about I guess! I don't care where you're from. Whether you want friendship or moreship, I'd be interested either way, so let's get to chatting and see if we click!
And feel free to message any time you see this!
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2020.09.20 18:52 umoop Kin Homies.

Hi there,
We've created an Open Discussion on Kin Foundation on Telegram. All welcome to have a say, weither positive or negative. Freedom of speech, Censor-free. Come on in!
Without any fear of reprisal or being targeted as a fudster. We want to have smart conversations, detective works, anything to give us to talk about Kin on a daily basis.
Anyone is welcome. The bigger the better.
https://t.me/kinhomiess
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2020.09.20 18:19 Akingeo92 Think my egg cracked

I'm getting such nice words on my body and "boy" face, confusing sisters thinking I'm already on e.
But last night I dove deep into a scary place. I mat have - Klinefelter syndrome ,intersex. Extra X chromosomes.
All the signs are there, small frame, wide hips, soft shoulder, f a t tissue on my vreast, little body hair, fem pubic hair shape, very stubborn stomach fat. Even my trading teeth match up. Developmentally I had a hard time learning to ted, write, spell and still suck at math - which matches well.
I've also had bouts of ED at 25,27 and 28. Low sex drive as of late. And even after years of unprotected sex with my GF, we never had a pregnancy scare - deep down I know im infertility I just know it
Last night....... put me in a crazy place. Im still there
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2020.09.20 14:45 FlowRiderBob This Is What Republicans Previously Said About Appointing SCOTUS Justices During An Election Year

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO): “The Senate should not confirm a new Supreme Court justice until we have a new president.”
Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC): “In this election year, the American people will have an opportunity to have their say in the future direction of our country. For this reason, I believe the vacancy left open by Justice Antonin Scalia should not be filled until there is a new president.”
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX): “I believe the American people deserve to have a voice in the selection of the next Supreme Court Justice, and the best way to ensure that happens is to have the Senate consider a nomination made by the next President.
Confirming a new Supreme Court Justice during a presidential election year for a vacancy arising that same year is not common in our nation’s history; the last time it happened was in 1932. And it has been almost 130 years since a presidential election year nominee was confirmed for a vacancy arising the same year under divided government as we have today."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX): “It has been 80 years since a Supreme Court vacancy was nominated and confirmed in an election year. There is a long tradition that you don’t do this in an election year.”
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA): “We will see what the people say this fall and our next president, regardless of party, will be making that nomination.”
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO): “I think we’re too close to the election. The president who is elected in November should be the one who makes this decision."
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC): “If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump’s term, and the primary process has started, we’ll wait to the next election”
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA): “A lifetime appointment that could dramatically impact individual freedoms and change the direction of the court for at least a generation is too important to get bogged down in politics. The American people shouldn’t be denied a voice.”
Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND): “There is 80 years of precedent for not nominating and confirming a new justice of the Supreme Court in the final year of a president’s term so that people can have a say in this very important decision.”
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK): “It makes the current presidential election all that more important as not only are the next four years in play, but an entire generation of Americans will be impacted by the balance of the court and its rulings. Sens. Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid have all made statements that the Senate does not have to confirm presidential nominations in an election year. I will oppose this nomination as I firmly believe we must let the people decide the Supreme Court’s future.”
Sen. David Perdue (R-GA): “The very balance of our nation’s highest court is in serious jeopardy. As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I will do everything in my power to encourage the president and Senate leadership not to start this process until we hear from the American people.”
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): “I believe the best thing for the country is to trust the American people to weigh in on who should make a lifetime appointment that could reshape the Supreme Court for generations. This wouldn’t be unusual. It is common practice for the Senate to stop acting on lifetime appointments during the last year of a presidential term, and it’s been nearly 80 years since any president was permitted to immediately fill a vacancy that arose in a presidential election year.”
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL): “I don’t think we should be moving on a nominee in the last year of this president’s term — I would say that if it was a Republican president .”
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC): “Vice President Biden’s remarks may have been voiced in 1992, but they are entirely applicable to 2016. The campaign is already under way. It is essential to the institution of the Senate and to the very health of our republic to not launch our nation into a partisan, divisive confirmation battle during the very same time the American people are casting their ballots to elect our next president.”
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): “The next Court appointment should be made by the newly-elected president.”
Sources: Blunt, Burr, Cornyn, Cruz, Ernst, Gardner, Graham, Grassley, Hoeven, Inhofe, Perdue, Portman, Rubio, Tillis, Toomey
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2020.09.20 14:44 FlowRiderBob This Is What Republicans Previously Said About Appointing SCOTUS Justices During An Election Year

Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO): “The Senate should not confirm a new Supreme Court justice until we have a new president.”
Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC): “In this election year, the American people will have an opportunity to have their say in the future direction of our country. For this reason, I believe the vacancy left open by Justice Antonin Scalia should not be filled until there is a new president.”
Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX): “I believe the American people deserve to have a voice in the selection of the next Supreme Court Justice, and the best way to ensure that happens is to have the Senate consider a nomination made by the next President.
Confirming a new Supreme Court Justice during a presidential election year for a vacancy arising that same year is not common in our nation’s history; the last time it happened was in 1932. And it has been almost 130 years since a presidential election year nominee was confirmed for a vacancy arising the same year under divided government as we have today."
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX): “It has been 80 years since a Supreme Court vacancy was nominated and confirmed in an election year. There is a long tradition that you don’t do this in an election year.”
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA): “We will see what the people say this fall and our next president, regardless of party, will be making that nomination.”
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO): “I think we’re too close to the election. The president who is elected in November should be the one who makes this decision."
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC): “If an opening comes in the last year of President Trump’s term, and the primary process has started, we’ll wait to the next election”
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA): “A lifetime appointment that could dramatically impact individual freedoms and change the direction of the court for at least a generation is too important to get bogged down in politics. The American people shouldn’t be denied a voice.”
Sen. John Hoeven (R-ND): “There is 80 years of precedent for not nominating and confirming a new justice of the Supreme Court in the final year of a president’s term so that people can have a say in this very important decision.”
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK): “It makes the current presidential election all that more important as not only are the next four years in play, but an entire generation of Americans will be impacted by the balance of the court and its rulings. Sens. Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Chuck Schumer and Harry Reid have all made statements that the Senate does not have to confirm presidential nominations in an election year. I will oppose this nomination as I firmly believe we must let the people decide the Supreme Court’s future.”
Sen. David Perdue (R-GA): “The very balance of our nation’s highest court is in serious jeopardy. As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, I will do everything in my power to encourage the president and Senate leadership not to start this process until we hear from the American people.”
Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): “I believe the best thing for the country is to trust the American people to weigh in on who should make a lifetime appointment that could reshape the Supreme Court for generations. This wouldn’t be unusual. It is common practice for the Senate to stop acting on lifetime appointments during the last year of a presidential term, and it’s been nearly 80 years since any president was permitted to immediately fill a vacancy that arose in a presidential election year.”
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL): “I don’t think we should be moving on a nominee in the last year of this president’s term — I would say that if it was a Republican president .”
Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC): “Vice President Biden’s remarks may have been voiced in 1992, but they are entirely applicable to 2016. The campaign is already under way. It is essential to the institution of the Senate and to the very health of our republic to not launch our nation into a partisan, divisive confirmation battle during the very same time the American people are casting their ballots to elect our next president.”
Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA): “The next Court appointment should be made by the newly-elected president.”
Sources: Blunt, Burr, Cornyn, Cruz, Ernst, Gardner, Graham, Grassley, Hoeven, Inhofe, Perdue, Portman, Rubio, Tillis, Toomey
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2020.09.20 13:31 eamezey Ed Solomon discusses all 3 Bill & Ted films and paying tribute to George Carlin

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2020.09.20 10:00 KBatch115599 English Regional Teams by Birthplace

Thought I'd see the strength of different English regions based on the players born there. This is only players that already play in the premiership (couldn't be arsed to look further afield!) and I'm sure I've still missed out a lot of players! But this is my best attempt at a starting 15 for each region - let me know of any improvements I could make or if you can fill in any of the gaps!
SOUTH WEST
  1. Ellis Genge
  2. Luke Cowan-Dickie
  3. WillGriff John
  4. Joe Launchbury
  5. Charlie Ewels
  6. Sam Skinner
  7. Jake Polledri
  8. Sam Simmonds
  9. Andy Uren
  10. Joe Simmonds
  11. Jonny May
  12. Sam Hill
  13. Henry Slade
  14. Jack Nowell
  15. Josh Matavesi
SOUTH EAST
  1. Joe Marler
  2. Todd Gleave
  3. ?
  4. Will Spencer
  5. George Kruis
  6. Ben Earl
  7. Jack Willis
  8. Alex Dombrandt
  9. Harry Randall
  10. Zack Henry
  11. Ollie Hassell-Collins
  12. Piers Francis
  13. Joe Marchant
  14. Anthony Watson
  15. Mike Brown
LONDON
  1. Beno Obano
  2. ?
  3. Kyle Sinckler
  4. Maro Itoje
  5. Courtney Lawes
  6. Tom Curry
  7. Ben Curry
  8. Jamie Gibson
  9. Tom Whiteley
  10. Danny Cipriani
  11. Ollie Thorley
  12. Ruaridh McConnochie
  13. Terrance Hepetema
  14. Tom O'Flaherty
  15. Elliot Daly
EAST
  1. ?
  2. Jamie George
  3. Karl Garside
  4. Josh McNally
  5. Tim Swinson
  6. Lewis Ludlam
  7. Will Evans
  8. Nick Isiekwe
  9. Ben Youngs
  10. Will Hooley
  11. Josh Bassett
  12. Fraser Dingwall
  13. Rory Hutchinson
  14. George Furbank
  15. Alex Goode
WEST MIDLANDS
  1. Ryan Bower
  2. Tommy Taylor
  3. Christian Judge
  4. Elliot Stooke
  5. Jonny Hill
  6. Ted Hill
  7. Sam Lewis
  8. Tom Wood
  9. Dan Robson
  10. Jamie Shillcock
  11. ?
  12. Jonathan Joseph
  13. ?
  14. Paolo Odogwu
  15. Chris Pennell
EAST MIDLANDS
  1. Alex Waller
  2. Harry Thacker
  3. Dan Cole
  4. Ed Slater
  5. ?
  6. ?
  7. ?
  8. ?
  9. Will Chudley
  10. James Grayson
  11. Tom Collins
  12. ?
  13. Duncan Taylor
  14. Alex Lewington
  15. ?
NORTH WEST
  1. Ross Harrison
  2. Tom Cruse
  3. Simon McIntyre
  4. ?
  5. Sean Lonsdale
  6. Mark Wilson
  7. Matt Rogerson
  8. Josh Beaumont
  9. Ben Spencer
  10. George Ford
  11. Sam Bedlow
  12. Owen Farrell
  13. Chris Harris
  14. Chris Ashton
  15. Luke James
NORTH EAST
  1. ?
  2. Ross Batty
  3. Fraser Balmain
  4. ?
  5. ?
  6. Calum Clark
  7. Jackson Wray
  8. ?
  9. ?
  10. Johnny McPhillips
  11. ?
  12. ?
  13. ?
  14. ?
  15. Tom Hudson
YORKSHIRE & HUMBER
  1. Ben Harris
  2. Jack Walker
  3. Tomas Francis
  4. Will Witty
  5. Lewis Bean
  6. ?
  7. ?
  8. Zach Mercer
  9. Danny Care
  10. Jacob Umaga
  11. Jordon Olowofela
  12. Perry Humphreys
  13. Ryan Olowofela
  14. Zach Kibirige
  15. Simon Hammersly
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2020.09.19 22:05 TopGolfUFO In February of 1982 Leon Moncer of Bellaire Ohio received a death threat in the mail. Made out of cut out magazine letters, the note read "leave it alone or you are dead". He vanished soon after and his case has never been solved. Almost forty years later, his daughter is searching for answers.

This is a case where information is sparse at best, but there were still several notable discrepancies between sources. In an effort to clarify details about the case, I spoke with Leon’s daughter, Julie Wurtzbacher. This conversation took place over the phone in August of 2020. I’d contacted her for a podcast I work on, and she is actively trying to get more publicity for the case. I posted this on the Unresolved Mysteries sub as well a little while ago, but I wanted to post it on here to maybe get more attention for the case.
Here’s the Charley Project link if you just want a brief overview, but they got a few details wrong, mainly that his car was idling when it was found. http://charleyproject.org/case/leon-arthur-moncer
Leon Moncer was a complicated young man. In the investigation that ensued following his disappearance it would become public knowledge that he was an alcoholic, abusive towards his wife Irene and had had a tendency to be unfaithful with his romantic partners. Despite all of this, he was a well liked member of the community with many dedicated friends and many people had very kind words to say about him following his disappearance.
The city of Bellaire in Belmont County, is tucked into a bend in the Ohio River. It is a lush area covered in vegetation right on the edge of Ohio, fading into West Virginia. Wheeling, WV is the largest city in the area. There is evidence of a bygone golden age. Belmont county of the 1980s would have been firmly on the downslide of that golden age. The rise of Industries like the Junk trade in which Leon worked was indicative of the slow decay of the manufacturing and production industries which dominated in the past.
Leon Moncer worked for Hermon Strauss, a business in the Junk recycling industry. Leon also had aspirations of starting his own business and had recently purchased a tow truck of his own in the months leading up to his disappearance. In the Times Leader Article published on February 28th 1982, just ten days after his disappearance, Leon was described by his wife Irene as a helpful and caring man, “He’ll do anything for anybody.” His disappearance is also out of character for Leon, with Irene stating, “He’s got a lot of friends...Its just not like Leon, he's never done nothing like this before
In the leadup to his disappearance, Leon’s life was chaotic. He was on the tail end of a failed marriage as he was in the process of finalizing a divorce with his wife Irene. He was working a full time job and trying to start his own business on the side. He was trying to navigate a new world where he had to learn how to co-parent with Irene while no longer being in a relationship with her and on top of all of this he was still a young 21 year old man with lots of growing up to do and was dealing with a number of bad habits, namely drinking and drug use.
His wife is quoted as saying he “had a tendency to get rowdy” when drinking, which was further evidenced by the fact that he was recently involved in several bar fights. There was one tussle of particular note that had occurred several months prior as it took place at Tin Pan Alley, the known gathering spot of the notorious local mob in Wheeling. According to his wife Irene, Leon was mostly unfazed by these things. By all accounts it appears that he and Irene had worked out how to both be present in their daughter’s life even if they were no longer together. According to his daughter, him and Irene got along very well as co-parents. Though, they’d been separated long enough for Leon to move on romantically, and he had actually been seeing someone long enough to have proposed. We will refer to his fiance as GG. GG lived in nearby Bethlehem West Virginia.
While a rowdy 21 year old man getting into a handful of bar fights may seem normal, another event that happened during the week before his disappearance may cast his presence at Tin Pan Alley in a more interesting light. During the week leading up to his disappearance Leon received a death threat in the mail, compiled from a hodgepodge of newspaper and magazine clippings. It simply read "Leave it alone or you are dead." The letter had no stamp on it, so it had been put directly in the mailbox by whoever wrote it. Leon simply shrugged off the death threat. However it has also been reported by Irene that in the weeks and days leading up to his disappearance Leon had become more guarded, especially with regard to his three year old daughter Julie. He suddenly began to forbid anyone from taking pictures of the girl. He was very careful about who he would let hold her, and became somewhat overprotective. Could this pattern of violence culminating in a death threat note have something to do with his disappearance?
Leon Moncer was last seen on the night of February 18th 1982. It was his brother, Raymond’s birthday party, and Raymond said “ He couldn’t make it because he had a hot date.” Him and GG had been in a bit of a rough patch, as he’d hit her recently, and possibly broken her nose. Her brothers were upset with Leon, and whether or not he had made up with GG yet is unclear. His hot date was likely with a different woman, as no one at the time knew who he was meeting. To this day, who the date was with remains a mystery.
Irene told the Times Leader in an interview ten days later what she knew of Leon’s timeline that night. He’d left from his parents house across the street, then stopped by his boss’s house to borrow $20. Then he drove to his friend, Ted’s house in Wheeling. Irene did not know Ted’s last name. Multiple friends placed Leon at Ed’s Lounge in Lloydsville later on that evening, but none made any mention of Leon’s mystery date. The true concern for Leon began the next day Feb. 19th when he failed to show up for work, it was pay day at Herman Strauss Inc. Leon’s brother Ray said that his brother “never missed work unless he was sick.” Leon’s absence at work was enough for the family to file a report with the Belmont County Sheriff's Department that very day.
That very night that the case began to take a turn towards the bizarre. Irene would later tell the press about a strange phone call Leon’s mother, Shelby received. She was speaking on the telephone around 9 p.m. when the operator suddenly interrupted her conversation asking both parties to hang up because of an emergency phone call from Leon Moncer. His mother hung up the phone and sat waiting for a call from her lost son, which never came.
The next day, Irene and Raymond decided to take the search into their own hands. They drove around the Bannock area, as Leon had been known to cruise around the old mining roads. After searching for a while, they spotted Leon’s gray Dodge Aspen parked in a ditch off the side of the road. Irene told WTOV9 that “My heart like sunk. I mean, I was happy. I was really happy because I figured maybe he was in there sleeping or something like that, but he wasn't there.” The car was empty, along a road that branched from 331 near Belmont Technical college. Persons living in the area told Irene that the car had been sitting in that same location since Thursday night, the day Leon vanished. It was not near Powerline Park, as reported in other articles. The car had empty beer cans, and an empty bottle of wine.
According to Raymond, while they were examining the car, a local resident stopped and told them that the car had been idling, and the lights had been on, and he had turned the lights off and taken the key out before Irene got there, and he’d put the key in the ashtray. The key found in the ashtray however was a spare, and Leon’s usual keys were missing. There was also a flashlight missing from inside the car. Some articles report that the driver’s side door was open, though this is not mentioned in every article, and some articles mention that the inside of the car was muddy. Julie later remarked that the mud by itself was not suspicious, as it was February. In addition to the spare key, Leon’s wallet, his cigarettes and coat were all in the vehicle. Some sources reported signs of a struggle, which likely just alluded to his valuables being left behind, and the car being muddy. In 2007 local authorities would say the suspicious nature of the car indicated foul play.
Later in 2007 Sheriff Fred Thompson told the State Journal that it "Sounds like someone knew he was going to be out there on this road at a certain time, and they had a surprise for him." Moncer’s family notified authorities of the discovery right away, and tried to turn the car over to them. But according to Irene, they said “Keep it. Get it out of here.” They had the car towed to Leon’s parent’s house, where it would sit in the front yard for years. In later articles, local authorities mildly criticized this police work, saying that had the car been found today it would have been thoroughly examined.
On February 28th Irene told the Times Leader that she hoped Leon just needed time to “get his head together” because he was under stress due to the divorce, and the pressure of trying to start his own business. She told the paper “I just wish he’d call to ease everyone’s mind.”
While family members conducted searches for Leon following his disappearance, the sources do not mention any large scale effort on the part of law enforcement. As of the 28th Irene had visited several drinking establishments in Wheeling for possible clues to Leon’s disappearance. Three people told her that they saw Leon on February 20th in a Wheeling bar on Main Street. Irene reported being skeptical as to whether this individual was actually Leon. On March 5th Leon’s sister Cindy thought she saw Leon walking around town, but later said she wasn’t sure. The investigation on the part of law enforcement largely stopped after this sighting.
Soon after he vanished, Irene received a phone call from a stranger who asked her if she wanted to know where her husband was. She said that she did, and the caller replied “well his head's in a garbage bag in the river, his arms and legs are out in the strip pits." Any searches or follow-up to this phone call on the part of law enforcement were not documented if they occurred.
For months after Leon’s disappearance, Irene thought there was someone in a pick up truck following them. If she ever got the plates, or turned them over to law enforcement is unclear. To make matters worse, someone started lurking around outside her house. Irene said “This person would stand out in front of our house. He was in blue jeans and a black shirt with a hood on it and he would stand there. I thought it might be him [Leon]. Julie was everything to him. So was that him, wanting to see her, to know what she looked like? I don't know." During this time they moved about half a mile away from the house they’d lived in when Leon was there, but this mysterious figure knew their new address. However the move put them just past the jurisdiction of the authorities they’d been working with, and into the St Clairsville Police territory. Irene called the police every time this figure showed up, but St Clairesville was farther away, and police would take about half an hour to get there, so this person was always long gone by the time they showed up. This went on, sporadically, for two years.
There is a theory that perhaps Leon had been a victim of mob activity in Wheeling. The Mob was very active in Wheeling from the 60s through the late 80s. This theory mostly originates from the fact that Leon had some associations with a few shady individuals through his involvement with drugs. The mysterious note he received in the mail and his brawl at Tin Pan Alley only add fuel to this theory. But without further information, this remains just that, a theory.
Leon Moncer was declared legally dead on November 16th 1988 on what would have been his 28th birthday. Shelby struggled with that decision, but decided it was time for some kind of closure. Irene eventually moved on and remarried, but she always speaks fondly of Leon in interviews, and hopes to one day find answers.
In 1992 the Times Leader interviewed Leon’s family to discuss the ten year anniversary of his disappearance. Leon’s brother Raymond said “I believe he’s dead, I just wonder where he’s at and what happened”. At the time Raymond was still checking with the sheriff’s office every once in a while. He said the consensus seemed to be that someone knew what happened, but wasn’t coming forward. Donald Samples echoed this, saying “it could be that he doesn’t want to be found, but we haven’t ruled out foul play” and told the paper that he was still following up on leads, but no one had come forward with anything useful so far. Samples said “you can only take an investigation so far, and then you need help from the public.”
During that interview, Shelby Moncer, told the Times Leader “All I want to do is find out where he is before I die”. She kept Leon’s keys, cigarettes, and loose change that was found in the car, along with much of his old clothing. She passed away in 2010, and just like her husband, she never found the answers she was looking for about her son Leon.
Later in a 2015 interview with Weelunk, Julie remarked on her grandfather's struggle to find answers, saying “I also feel I need to do this for my grandfather because he tried and he tried, but he passed away without answers. When I was young, it wasn’t this hard. It was what it was, but the older I get, I feel like I am missing something,”. In that same article, when asked what she would do if she ever had the chance to meet him, she said “I’d probably be very mad at him if I ever met him. I’d be mad because my grandparents’ number is still the same as it was when he vanished. But I don’t exactly know what I will say to him when I meet him again, whether it’s here on Earth or in Heaven, if he goes there. I just want to know what happened, and why he didn’t come back. If I find out that he is dead, at this point I’m not concerned with who did it. I’d just want to know where he is so I can put him to rest next to my grandfather. If he’s dead, that’s where he belongs. That would be proper.”
2007 had been the year that, Moncer’s casefile was rediscovered after having been misplaced during some unknown time in the past. His file was found during an intensive search of an old storage building. His case was reopened and has periodically made the news. Much of the media coverage was pushed by Fred Connors, a reporter who worked with the Ohio Valley Cold Case Task Force. Because of this, a few of the rare articles available have the Ohio Valley Cold Case Task force email listed as the contact information, an email which no longer exists as of 2020.
During his push for media attention, Fred Connors made a general statement aimed at anyone who might have information about the case. He said “You know something about this case. "So man up! Help this young lady find her dad, or find out what happened to her dad. She needs that. Our mission has always been to give voice to the victims and justice to the families. And knowing Julie how I do and knowing how her heart is just broken, somebody needs to man up and give this girl some peace."
Sheriff Fred Thompson made a similar plea asking anyone with information to come forward, saying "They don't have to give us their name if they don't want to. Just call us in with what they know or what they think they know." The Sheriff would occasionally speak to the media to try and help get the word out. He told WTRF that “you know, it’s been 30 years. It’s time we put closure to this case for the sake of the family”. This same article touched base with Leon’s family once again, and mentioned that Leon’s sister, Hazel thinks her brother was murdered.
During the initial media buzz in 2007, Irene was more than eager to talk to the press. She still wants answers, and told the State Journal that "Not knowing is the hardest part. Even after all these years, you still want to know."
Ryan Aller, the detective who for a time was in charge of looking into tips relating to the case, said "Hope is a dangerous thing. And I would tell anybody in this situation that chances are he passed on long ago. We do believe he is dead. He was declared legally dead. Circumstances of him missing were extremely suspicious.” Aller went on to say “Somebody knows what happened to Leon Moncer -- maybe more than one person -- and I guarantee you that. What detectives need is for someone to come forward. At the very least, they could have the common courtesy to anonymously reach out and let somebody know where he is. His father went to his grave not knowing for sure if he was still alive or not.”
At one point after the case started gaining publicity, Julie spoke with a psychic near Columbus, who told her that her father was alive and had been keeping an eye on her. The psychic said that her father had changed his name to James Johnston, and shortly after putting her number on an article, Julie got a call from someone claiming to have that name. They told her she could call them if she needed anything, but didn’t claim to actually be Leon Moncer. When she tried calling the number back again it was no longer active.
In 2015 investigators followed a tip to nearby Columbus Ohio, where they ended up digging up a basement. Julie was not informed of this tip, or what came of it if anything. She found out about it when it was published in the WTOV9 article, that she would also be quoted in when interviewers asked her how she would feel if answers were ever found. She said "Either way, I'll be sad. If he's alive, I'll be sad that he left. And if something happened to him, I'll be sad that somebody took him from me." In this same article, Irene told reporters that she was still looking for answers. She said she wants to know who did it, and that her and Julie have a right to know.
That same year in an interview with Weelunk, Julie said “I think he’s out there. I don’t think he’s dead, but I can’t really explain to you why I have that feeling. That’s what it is – a feeling. I just want to know, one way or another. It didn’t really bother me when I was younger or when I was in school, but the older I get, the more I want to know.If he did something that got him in trouble, or if his hot date was just leaving, that’s something I want to know, one way or the other. I don’t know what he was doing. And I know that he was hanging around in a lot of the bars during those days, and some of my relatives have told me that he did do drugs. My aunt told me that his nickname was the ‘Candyman,’ and that it was a reference to the drugs he was dealing.”
In 2020 she told us that an uncle had tried to tell her that the nickname was just because Leon liked sweets, but she’s responded by saying that she’s an adult and she’s old enough to know the truth. She has no illusions about the fact that he did drugs, or the fact that he could get violent when he was using. She goes back and forth on what she believes, but right now is leaning toward the idea that he was in over his head, possibly involved with some dangerous people, and decided to disappear. She said it would have been easier to do back then.
These days Julie is in her forties with a family and child of her own. She thinks about her father often, but isn’t sure what else to do to garner publicity. In the Weelunk article she said “I am very frustrated, but I’ll only stop when I’m dead. That’s when this will stop for me. I just keep thinking that if I keep pushing, someone will eventually feel guilty enough to come forward and tell me what I want to know … what I need to know.”
It’s certainly not a case that would normally be front page news. When a loved one goes missing nowadays, people will try to hide the less flattering parts of the missing person’s life, because even the slightest hint of trouble will destroy any press interest in the story. The homeless population, sex workers, and criminals do not get reported on. With Leon Moncer we already know about the less flattering parts of his life. Moncer sold drugs, and was unfaithful and abusive towards his romantic partners. In the fairly limited media attention this case has gotten so far, a few commenters have not been afraid to voice a sort of ‘good riddance’ opinion about him. But whatever you think about Leon Moncer, his family wants to know the truth.
Sources
I don’t think I can link to facebook but Julie runs a page called “helpfindleonmoncer” where she recently posted all of the Times Leader articles about the case. The WTOV9 segment I referenced is only archived on facebook as well, but if you search it, it’s easy to find.
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2020.09.19 11:11 synaps_1 Book recommendations

Hey Stoicism,
I'm relatively new here and was wondering if you guys have any resources or book recommendations for somebody who wants to learn the basics. I've watched The Philosophy Of Stoicism Ted Talk and it sparked some interest so I'm wondering if there are any good sources for novices preferably something on the shorter end (100-300 pages)
Cheers :)
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2020.09.18 19:00 alicent256 A Day in the Life of a Roman Soldier (2018) TED-Ed

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2020.09.18 15:56 reeree2k20 Relapsed

Well, I was Ed behaviour free (a compensatory behaviour,purging).
I really thought I could make it 2 months but I was 3-4 days away from 2 months 🥴😐😦. I’m trying to study for my lab quiz cuz rn I feel like shit 😑
Thanks for listening to my short ted talk/rant 😱
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2020.09.18 12:50 A_Spoon_For_Soup Where to start ?

So I'm a student philosophy, and I've always been interested in the formations of words by others word or else, I don't really know.
Recently, a lecture of the poem "Jabberwocky" ,on Ted-ed, rekindled my passion for the subject of contraptions of meanings and words to creates new words. Dark Souls does it to with names for exemple, of course it's everywhere that's where it struck me the most.
If anyone kept up with my rambling, I'm searching guidance on what I just described. If you got a books or podcast, or else that feat my "description".
Thank you kindly.
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2020.09.18 06:33 Olivia_yoga 16 August 2020 - the most popular on Wikipedia Top Gun

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2020.09.18 00:22 tengrrl Texts Nominated for IWCA Awards

While the IWCA Awards will not be announced until later this fall, below is a list of nominated scholarship. Please join us in celebrating and reading these works. Most of all, congratulations to the authors and editors of these texts.
Lisa Bell and Lingshan Song (IWCA Awards Chairs)
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NOMINATED ARTICLES OR BOOK CHAPTERS
Babcock, Rebecca Day, Aliethia Dean, Victoria Hinesly, and Aileen Taft. "Evaluating the Synthesis Model of Tutoring Across the Educational Spectrum." Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, vol. 57, 2019, pp. 57-77.
Carpenter, Russell, Scott Whiddon, and Courtnie Morin. “Understanding What Certifications Mean for Writing Centers: Analyzing a Pilot Program via a Regional Organization.” How We Teach Writing Tutors: A WLN Digital Edited Collection. Eds. Karen Johnson and Ted Roggenbuck, 2019.
Cheatle, Joseph J., and David M. Sheridan. "Multimodal Composing: Beyond the Text." WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, vol. 44, no.1-2, 2019, pp. 3-11.
Eckstein, Grant. “Directiveness in the Center: L1, L2, and Generation 1.5 Expectations and Experiences.” The Writing Center Journal, vol. 37, no. 2, 2019, pp. 61–92. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/26922018. Accessed 17 Sept. 2020.
Fladd, Nadine, Clare Bermingham, and Nicole Westlund Stewart. "Evaluating the Effectiveness of Dissertation Boot Camp Delivery Models." The Writing Center Journal, vol. 37, no. 2, 2019, pp. 195-226.
Giaimo, Genie. "Where Theory and Praxis Collide: Supporting Student-Led Writing Center Research at Two-Year Colleges." Teaching English in the Two Year College, vol. 46, no. 4, 2019, pp. 297-316.
Latta, Mark. "Can't Fix Anyone: Confronting Our Historical Love Affair with Deficit Thinking." WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship, vol. 44, no. 3-4, 2019, pp. 17-25.
Lockett, Alexandria. "Why I Call it the Academic Ghetto: A Critical Examination of Race, Place, and Writing Centers." Praxis: A Writing Center Journal, vol. 16, no. 2, 2019, pp. 20-33.

NOMINATED BOOKS OR MAJOR PROJECTS
Greenfield, Laura. Radical Writing Center Praxis: A Paradigm for Ethical Political Engagement. University Press of Colorado, 2019.
Johnson, Karen Gabrielle, and Ted Roggenbuck, eds. How We Teach Writing Tutors: A WLN Digital Edited Collection, 2019
LaFrance, Michelle. Institutional Ethnography: A Theory of Practice for Writing Studies Researchers. University Press of Colorado, 2019.
Lawrence, Susan, and Terry Myers Zawacki. Re/Writing the Center: Approaches to Supporting Graduate Students in the Writing Center. University Press of Colorado, 2019.
Mackiewicz, Jo, and Rebecca Babcock, eds. Theories and Methods of Writing Center Studies: A Practical Guide. Routledge, 2019.
Sabatino, Lindsay A., and Brian Fallon, eds. Multimodal Composing: Strategies for Twenty-First-Century Writing Consultations. University Press of Colorado, 2019.
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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (4K) - $4.50
Deadpool (4K) - $4.50
Despicable Me 2 (4K) - $4
Dora & the Lost City of Gold (4K)* - $4.50
Dracula Untold (4K) - $4
Dragonheart #3
Fast & Furious 6 (4K) - $4
Fifty Shades Darker (4K)
Finest Hours - $4.50
Fast & Furious 4 (4K) - $4.50
Furious 7: Ext. Ed. (4K) - $4
Game of Thrones S1-8* - $30
Gemini Man (4K)* - $4.50
Get Out (4K) - $4.50
Ghost in the Shell (4K) - $4.50
G.I. Joe: Retaliation (4K)* - $4
Girls: Season 5*
The Gunman
Hercules (2014) (4K)* - $4
Hidden Figures - $4
Ice Age - $4
Jack Reacher (4K)* - $4
Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit (4K)* - $4
Justice (2017)*
Life of Pi (4K) - $5
Logan (4K) - $4.50
The Longest Ride - $2
Madagascar 3 (SD) - $2.50
Minions (4K) - $4
Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children (4K) - $4.50
Mission Impossible 1 (4K)* - $6
Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation (4K)* - $4.50
Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (4K)* - $4
Mission Impossible: Fallout (4K)*
Monster High Electrified
My Dinner with Herve* - $4.50
Neighbors
Noah*
The Other Woman - $4
Overlord (4K)* - $4.50
Paranormal Activity 2: Unrated*
paul - $4
The Peanuts Movie (4K) - $4
Pet Semetary (1989) (4K)* - $4.50
Pet Semetary (2019) (4K)* - $4
Playing with Fire - $4
Pitch Perfect
Rings*
R.I.P.D.
Rocketman (4K)* - $4.50
Safe House
Secret Life of Pets (4K) - $4
Sing (4K) - $4
Slap Shot
Snow White & The Huntsman: Ext. Ed. (4K) - $4
Split (4K) - $4.50
Star Trek (4K)* - $4.50
Star Trek: Into Darkness (4K)* - $4
Taken 3
Ted - $4
Ted 2: Unrated - $4
Terminator: Dark Fate (4K)* - $4.50
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (4K)* - $4.50
Transformers: Age of Extinction (4K)* - $4
Unbroken
War for the Planet of the Apes (4K) - $4.50
Warcraft (4K) - $4.50
Wolf of Wall Street* - $4.50
World War Z* - $4
X-Men: Days of Future's Past (4K) - $4.50
xXx: Return of Xander Cage (4K)*

iTunes (SD) - $2.50 unless marked otherwise. 
Not sure which ones will port to MA.
The Croods
Epic
Family Guy: Blue Harvest
A Good Day to Die Hard
The Heat
Jake and the Neverland Pirate's: Peter Pan Returns - $3
Kick Ass
Life of Pi
Miss March
New Years Eve
Parental Guidance
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters
The Rocker
Sex & the City 2
Skyfall
Taken
Turbo
Transporter 3

GOOGLE PLAY (HD) - $3 unless marked otherwise 
Big Little Lies: S1* - $4
The Boardwalk Empire: Season 2*
The Boardwalk Empire: Season 4*
Fehrenheit 451* - $2.50
Game of Thrones Season 1*
Game of Thrones Season 2*
Game of Thrones: Season 7*
Logan - $2
Looking: Season 1*
My Dinner with Herve\*
Silicon Valley: Season 4* - $4.50
The Wire: Complete Series* - $18
Big list of $3-4 Canadian GP's here (many of which port to MA)

Disney/Marvel/Star Wars 
101 Dalmatians (iTunes) - $5
Aladdin: animated (MA) - $5
Aladdin - live action (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
Alice through the looking glass (iTunes) - $4.50
Ant Man (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Ant Man & the Wasp (iTunes) - $4.50
Avengers: Age of Ultron (iTunes) - $4
Avengers: Endgame (iTunes) - $3 (GP) - $3
Avengers Infinity War (iTunes) - $3 (GP) - $3
Beauty & The Beast - Enchanted Christmas (MA) - $4.50
Beauty & The Beast - live action (iTunes) - $3.50
Big Hero 6 (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $3
The BFG (iTunes) - $4 (MA) - $4.50
Black Panther (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $3.50
Call of the Wild (GP) - $3.50
Captain America: First Avenger (MA) - $5
Captain Marvel (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
Christopher Robin (iTunes) - $4.50 (GP) - $4.50
Cinderella - animated (iTunes) - $4.50
Cinderella - live action (4K MA) - $5.50 (GP) - $4.50
Coco (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Disneynature's: Bears (MA) - $5 (GP) - $4.50
Disneynature's: Born in China (iTunes) - $4
Doctor Strange (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $3.50
Dumbo: live action (MA) - $4.50 (iTunes) - $4
Finding Dory (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Fox and the Hound 2 (iTunes) - $4
Frozen (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Frozen 2 (GP) - $4
Frozen: Sing-along Edition (MA) - $3.50 (GP) - $3
The Good Dinosaur (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
Guardians of the Galaxy (GP) - $4.50
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $3
The Incredibles 2 (iTunes) - $4.50
Inside Out (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Iron Man 3 (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
The Jungle Book - live action (iTunes) - $3.50
The Jungle Book 2 (iTunes) - $5
Lion King - animated (GP) - $4.50
The Lion King - 1 1/2 (iTunes) - $5
Lion King - Live action (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
The Little Mermaid (iTunes) - $5
Maleficent (iTunes) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Mary Poppins (MA) - $4.50
Moana (MA) - $4.50 (iTunes) - $4
The Nightmare Before Christmas (iTunes SD) - $2.50
Nutcracker & the 4 Realms (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
Pete's Dragon (iTunes) - $4
Peter Pan (iTunes) - $4.50
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (MA) - $3.50 (GP) - $3
The Pirate Fairy: Tinkerbell (MA) - $3.50 (GP) - $3
Planes (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Pocahontas 2 (iTunes) - $4
Princess & the Frog (iTunes) - $4
Ralph Breaks the Internet (MA) - $4 (GP) - $3.50
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (iTunes) - $4 (GP) - $4
The Santa Clause 2 (GP) - $3
The Santa Clause 3 (GP) - $3
Sleeping Beauty (MA) - $4.50 (iTunes) - $4
Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker (iTunes) - $4
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (MA) - $3 (GP) - $2.50
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (MA) - $4.50 (GP) - $4
Super Buddies (iTunes) - $3
Thor: Ragnarok (MA) - $4 (GP) - $3.50
Toy Story 4 (GP) - $4 (iTunes) - $4
Wrinkle in Time (MA) - $4 (GP) - $3.50
Zootopia (GP) - $4
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2020.09.16 22:22 nascentt ‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ Original Ending Revealed by Co-Writer Ed Solomon

‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’ Original Ending Revealed by Co-Writer Ed Solomon submitted by nascentt to Slashfilm [link] [comments]


Introducing TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing - YouTube A brie(f) history of cheese - Paul Kindstedt - YouTube The bug that poops candy - George Zaidan - YouTube TED-Ed - YouTube Can you solve the world’s most evil wizard riddle? - Dan ... The myth of Loki and the master builder - Alex Gendler ... Ugly History: Witch Hunts - Brian A. Pavlac - YouTube The history of the world according to cats - Eva-Maria ...

TED-Ed Animation on Vimeo

  1. Introducing TED-Ed: Lessons Worth Sharing - YouTube
  2. A brie(f) history of cheese - Paul Kindstedt - YouTube
  3. The bug that poops candy - George Zaidan - YouTube
  4. TED-Ed - YouTube
  5. Can you solve the world’s most evil wizard riddle? - Dan ...
  6. The myth of Loki and the master builder - Alex Gendler ...
  7. Ugly History: Witch Hunts - Brian A. Pavlac - YouTube
  8. The history of the world according to cats - Eva-Maria ...
  9. Which is stronger: Glue or tape? - Elizabeth Cox - YouTube

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