Michael t Weiss partner

Michael T. Weiss is an American television, film, stage and voice actor. Weiss is best known for the role of Jarod on The Pretender. Weiss has also done several off-Broadway plays and is an accomplished artist who works with mixed media. Weiss has voiced many characters in cartoons and video games and is also a playwright. He has done a bit of behind the camera work as well. He directed an ... where are all the I SLEPT WITH MICHAEL T WEISS fans. I can't deny that I haven't had those dreams. Real dreams during the night. yes, yes we know he's doing the voice overs but a visual of him walking down the street or shopping would be nice. Michael T. Weiss net worth is. $3 Million Michael T. Weiss Wiki: Salary, Married, Wedding, Spouse, Family Michael Terry Weiss (born February 2, 1962) is an American actor. Michael T. Weiss has been in 2 on-screen matchups, including Steven Weber in Jeffrey (1995) and Olivia d'Abo in Tarzan & Jane (2002).. Michael T. Weiss is a member of the following lists: 1962 births, American television actors and American voice actors.. Contribute. Help us build our profile of Michael T. Weiss! Login to add information, pictures and relationships, join in discussions and get ... Childhood. Michael T. Weiss was born in 1960s. The 1960s were an era of protests. The decade was dominated by the Vietnam War, Civil Rights Protests, Cuban Missile Crisis, antiwar protests and saw the assassinations of US President John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. Michael T Weiss is straight and is pretty 'gay'. Just a friendly reminder: don't be ashamed to admit that you have a crush on him. He has dark brown hair. Scroll down and check out his athletic body, short and/or medium dark brown hairstyles & haircuts. 2 Ways to Vote him Up! 1. Hit the 'Tweet' button at the top ↑ 2. Michael T. Weiss may be the star of The Pretender (Saturdays, 8 P.M./ET), but he has no interest in pretense. Four seasons into the NBC series, the 38-year-old leading man could easily afford a lavish pad, yet he still lives in the same fixer-upper he moved into when he was a struggling actor in the '80s. Partner. Chicago, Illinois Email 312-704-3266 vCard. Share. Search; Profile. Representative Matters. Presentations. Publications. Personal. Michael Weis represents privately and publicly held entities in business and commercial transactions. He has handled the negotiation and closing of hundreds of complex corporate and commercial real estate ...

The Billion Dollar Blog

2020.09.09 17:55 nathanbarry The Billion Dollar Blog

Hey everyone, in the past you've all enjoyed some of my blog posts as reddit threads (15 lessons from our first $15 million and The ladders of wealth creation) so I thought I'd share my latest essay, the billion dollar blog.
This is the result of all my research in trying to build a massive company myself and I figured it's better to share it than just keep it in my private notes. I'd love to hear what you think in the comments!

The Billion Dollar Blog

In the summer of 2010 Emily Weiss, a fashion assistant at Vogue, had the idea to start her own fashion blog. She bought a used camera, the domain intothegloss.com, and a couple months later the site was live. Into the Gloss showcased the real-world beauty routines of fashion influencers and celebrities. The blog was an immediate hit and by 2012 it received more than 200,000 visitors per month.
Eight years later, what do you think the site is worth? Millions? Tens of millions? While that would be an insane success for a blog, it’s not even close to the correct answer of $1.2 billion.
From Into the Gloss Emily created Glossier, the groundbreaking beauty brand now valued at over $1 billion. That’s the power of an audience.
At first Emily’s story seems like an incredible outlier: a billion dollar company born from a blog? How many times has that really happened? More often than you might think.
After digging deeper into the research I found example after example of creators building a traditional audience and then using it as a launching pad for a massive business.

MY JOURNEY

In 2011 I started my blog, nathanbarry.com, to write about software design and development. While I didn’t have instant traction, I was earning a living from my blog in just over a year. A year later that turned into a great living from selling ebooks and courses on design. I quickly exceeded my wildest dreams, earning over $250,000 a year blogging and teaching design.
But like Emily, I wanted to turn it into something bigger. From the blog I built ConvertKit, an email marketing software company for creators, that now earns $24 million in annual revenue and is valued at over $100 million and counting. It required a ton of time, persistence, and a completely new mindset on business, but I was able to also turn an audience into a business with massive upside.
In my own quest to build a billion dollar company I’ve studied dozens of creators who have made this transition. This post is for my readers who are thinking about following a similar path.
Let’s dive in.

THE 5 RULES OF A BILLION DOLLAR AUDIENCE

RULE #1: BUILD MORE THAN A PERSONAL BRAND

When Mark Sisson started his blog, Mark’s Daily Apple, in 2006 he didn’t think he was taking the first steps towards a $200 million business. At a time when blogs were mostly considered hobbies, Mark was about to build an empire.
As his blog grew, Mark earned a great living through all the traditional methods: paid products, sponsorships, and advertising. He continued to scale with a bestselling book and more products.
Then in 2015 Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a company selling paleo-friendly mayonnaise, dressing, and other sauces. They started just online, but then were able to get distribution in Whole Foods and other retail stores. Just two years later food-giant Kraft acquired Primal Kitchen for $200 million.
Jessica Alba has more name recognition than any blogger ever will. Despite that fame, her wealth doesn’t come from her name or movies, but instead from The Honest Company, a multi-billion dollar consumer goods company she founded.
In every example I looked at I found that personal brands are great for getting started, but this next level nearly always involves moving beyond a personal brand. Creators like Michael Hyatt and Marie Forleo will always be held back by their desire to build a brand around their own name.
That doesn’t mean creators aren’t a figure-head or their name isn’t a part of it—Air Jordan or Kylie Cosmetics come to mind—but the company or product brand is #1.

The Disneyland of quilting

After nearly going bankrupt during the 2008 recession, Jenny Doan and her family moved from California to the small town of Hamilton, Missouri. Her kids set her up with a sewing machine and helped her start a quilting business. After the first year when sales were slow, they helped her turn to YouTube to create tutorials.
In the years since then Jenny turned that tiny YouTube channel into The Missouri Star Quilt Company—which turned Hamilton, Missouri into “The Disneyland of quilting” and now employs over 400 people. Seriously, they own half the town. Forbes estimated their 2019 revenue at over $40 million.
Today Jenny is still putting out a video each week and her channel has grown to 680,000 subscribers. It would have been natural for her to build her online profile under her own name, but by naming it The Missouri Star Quilt Company she pushed her entire business far bigger.

RULE #2: SELL PRODUCTS, NOT ATTENTION

Kylie Jenner was one of the least famous Kardashians, but now she’s the wealthiest. Rather than chasing more fame or influencer status she channeled what she had into Kylie Cosmetics. She was so successful that the entire entrepreneur community wasted time arguing whether or not she was actually a billionaire.
Creators are better than anyone at capturing attention. Attention has value. Brands understand this and pay the creators to redirect that attention towards their own products through advertising and sponsorships.
In a perfect market that attention is worth more than the brand is paying for it. If the brand pays a creator $10,000 for a promotion, they do it because they believe the attention will drive more than $10,000 in product sales and long-term brand value. If that additional value is worth $5,000, that is the value gap that the creator missed out on.
That doesn’t mean the creator should charge $15,000—a brand won’t do something if they don’t get value—but instead the creator should sell their own product to capture the full value.
Ryan Reynolds understands this better than anyone. He could make a ton from endorsement deals, but he realized that’s giving up too much upside. Instead he became an owner in Aviation Gin (which he just sold for $610 million) and wireless carrier Mint Mobile. Each hilarious ad he records drives more sales and builds the brand.

A common misconception

Often creators with an audience will start selling products, but rather than a full product line, it’s branded merchandise. Like Casey Neistat selling branded hoodies and shirts. While these likely sell well to his millions of subscribers, that’s not the same as building a clothing brand.
On the other hand, Candice Poole (Casey’s wife) is truly building a clothing brand with Billy!. It’s important to understand the difference: selling branded products can be a step towards another revenue stream, but it’s not the same as building a brand that can stand on its own outside of the original audience.

You should do sponsorships when it raises your profile

If you are lending your name to another brand it’s likely selling your own product would have more long-term upside. But there are some times that a brand deal raises your own brand. For example, if an up and coming photographer does a deal to be featured in an Apple marketing campaign their own profile and brand will increase significantly.

Capture all the value

None of these companies used affiliate revenue, partnerships, or sponsored posts to drive their revenue. Instead they realized that they already had the most valuable asset that traditional companies were clamoring for: attention. They redirected their loyal following from buying other people’s products (for a small fee) to buying their own products to capture all the revenue and all the brand value.

RULE #3: DRIVE HIGHER CUSTOMER VALUE THROUGH RECURRING OR REPEAT PURCHASES

Justin Jackson made the switch from selling books and courses (which are sold once per customer) to selling Transistor, a subscription software product for hosting podcasts. Like all software as a service, customers pay every month for access to the product.
Katie and Seth Spears built the massively popular blog, WellnessMama.com earning a living from affiliates, digital products, and sponsorships. Then they leveraged that audience to launch Wellnesse, a personal care product company that I believe will scale to millions in revenue (I’m an investor). Wellnesse makes money from repeat purchases as fans buy more toothpaste, shampoo, and lotions.
How often can your best customers buy from you? If it’s only once or twice, you’ll struggle to scale that company. But if you sell a product they can buy over and over again, you’ll have a much higher customer lifetime value. George Clooney did this with Casamigos Tequila: if you love it you buy more when you run out. He sold the company in 2017 for over $700 million.
ConvertKit follows a similar model where not only do our best customers pay us every month, but as they grow their email list they spend more and more with us (and are thrilled to do it!).

RULE #4: CHOOSE A BETTER BUSINESS MODEL

Vani Hari built a massive audience for her site The Food Babe, where she led a crusade for healthy food with clean ingredients. She monetized through cookbooks, meal plans, and affiliates. She then focused that audience into Truvani, her own health supplements company with Derek Halpern which is now well into 8-figures of annual revenue.
As independent creators we’ve seen the incredible value of ebooks, digital products, and courses, but the traditional business community doesn’t value them. It’s not because traditional investors are foolish or snobby, but because that’s not how companies are valued.
Companies aren’t valued based on current revenues, but instead on projected future cash flow.
A company may lose money now, but if investors believe it has the ability for high margins on significant revenue in the future, they’ll pay a premium to own a share of it now. So what product lines have the potential for the best revenues at a solid margin?

Buying higher quality revenue

Andrew Wilkinson used the profits from MetaLab, his design agency, to buy an empire of companies through his investment firm Tiny Capital. Services revenue isn’t highly valued by the broader market (because long-term cash flow is capped), so Andrew used the profits to buy and invest in businesses that are highly valued (software, communities, etc). Effectively trading up for higher quality revenue.
OptinMonster made this move when they rebuilt their popular WordPress plugin into a SaaS platform. Not only could they build a better product that’s easier to maintain, but now they exist in a category (SaaS) that is trusted to deliver great long-term returns.

Better sound

When you think of how to earn more as a hip hop artist the ideas are probably scaling the audience and more endorsement deals with brands. But would you expect a rapper to create one of the most iconic hardware companies of the decade?
In 2006 Dr. Dre said to Jimmy Iovine, “Man, it’s one thing that people steal my music. It’s another thing to destroy the feeling of what I’ve worked on.” Referring to the low quality sound delivered by Apple’s basic earbuds that came with every iPod.
Two years later they debuted Beats by Dre, their own premium headphones. Through product placement and endorsement deals the headphones became iconic. In 2013 Apple purchased the company for $3 billion.
Vani, Andrew, and Dr. Dre all saw that while they could earn a great living in their current paths, they could trade money or attention for a better business model with an even higher upside.

BUILD A BUSINESS TO BE ACQUIRED

These 5 rules could all be summed up in one phrase: build a business that is desirable to acquire—even if you don’t want to sell. A powerful brand, recurring revenue, a great product line, and a quality business model will drive significant value long-term whether you sell or run the business yourself.

NOT EVERYONE MAKES IT, LET’S STUDY WHY

I just shared a ton of examples of creators who made the decision to graduate to bigger upside and pulled it off. This is insanely hard, so we can learn just as much from those who I think should have made the move or tried and failed.

THE WRONG BUSINESS MODEL

In 2015 Automattic, the makers of WordPress.com, acquired WooCommerce for “more than $30 million.” That’s a massive success and the founders never have to work again…but it’s nothing compared to what they could have built. Before Adii Pienar left WooCommerce he tried to push the other founders to build a hosted version to compete with Shopify directly. His co-founders didn’t want to. They bought him out and then later sold to Automattic.
It turns out selling themes and plugins can be a great business—earning the WooThemes/WooCommerce crew millions of dollars per year—but it can’t be a giant company. The real money is in building platforms like Shopify, BigCommerce, and WordPress.com. WP Engine did this and now earns over $100 million per year as a hosting company.
The higher leverage move for the WooCommerce team would have been to build two things:
  1. A user-friendly, hosted competitor to Shopify
  2. A hosting platform for the broader WordPress ecosystem
The WooThemes team turned a huge early hit into a solid exit, but it could have been two separate billion dollar companies.

ONLY SOLVING HALF THE PROBLEM

In 2015 I sat down with Pat Flynn in a San Diego coffeeshop to discuss working together on ConvertKit. Since then he’s become an invaluable advisor who helped rocket ConvertKit into what it was today. But there was another part of that conversation: I tried to convince him to turn Smart Podcast Player, a WordPress plugin that provided a beautiful podcast listening experience, into a full-fledged podcast hosting platform.
At the time Libsyn was the number one player and they had an absolutely terrible user experience. Everyone hated using them, but there wasn’t anything better out there. Pat solved 50% of the problem (the user facing side) by making the listening experience great. I was encouraging him to build it into a SaaS app and solve hosting as well. He had a ton of other great projects going at the time, so he decided not to.
While Smart Podcast Player was a great business, it doesn’t have the same trajectory as Anchor or Transistor.
In talking to Pat before publishing this article he pointed out that the biggest issue was timing. Back then he didn’t have the right team to build a full software platform. But now he does and he’s built Smart Podcast Player into a full podcast site platform called fusebox.fm.

SELLING THE WRONG PRODUCT

While I don’t know official numbers, I believe at one time Ramit Sethi was over $10 million in annual revenue with more than 50 employees. All focused on selling high-end courses.
Being in the personal finance industry there are plenty of startups or products Ramit could have created. But I think he wisely realized that creating the next Mint or Wealthfront is an insane amount of work and would require learning new skill sets. But if he wants it, the opportunity is there for him.
Marie Forleo could do the same. In fact, her audience—along with Tim Ferriss and others—was key in helping to launch Shopify’s Build a Business challenge in 2010, which they used to grow. Marie is doing amazing with her business, but if she wanted to take it to the next level she would need to pivot from selling information (her B-School course) to a traditional product for the mainstream market.

INVENTING A NEW CATEGORY

Casey Neistat leveraged his YouTube audience to provide initial traction for Beme, a new social network and video sharing app. Casey and the team worked hard, but ultimately couldn’t get traction and the company was acquired by CNN in 2016 for $25 million. The product was shut down and the team was assimilated into CNN.
While he still got his payday, Beme didn’t turn into the hundred million (or billion) dollar success that it could have been. Here’s the problem: Beme was trying to create an entirely new category. It had no competition, which also means there wasn’t built up demand. It’s a trap to think that no competition means an easy path to profits. Usually it means you’ll struggle to get initial adoption.
That said, Casey took his swing and I have a ton of respect for him in that! Interestingly, through starting Beme he actually kicked off his daily vlog which made him far more famous. As his audience grows I think Casey will continue to take big swings beyond Beme and 368 (his next venture). His massive audience will be a growing launch pad for each new idea.

TOO MANY GREAT OPPORTUNITIES

In January, 2019 Caleb Wojcik and Pat Flynn launched a Kickstarter for SwitchPod, their new tripod designed specifically for vloggers. Nearly every vlogger used the Jobi GorillaPod bent into a makeshift monopod to extend your arm and get the camera further away. The GorillaPod worked, but was clumsy and difficult to use.
The SwitchPod had great marketing and quickly raised $415,000 from over 4,000 backers. YouTubers with early access loved it. Creators like Levi Allen and Peter McKinnon recorded rave reviews. Even after launch it has continued to sell well. Caleb and Pat were able to use their audiences and relationships to launch this to initial success, but then… well, they mostly went back to their other (very successful) businesses.
I wanted Pat and Caleb to go all in—to turn SwitchPod into a camera gear company run by creators who really get the audience. I believe in this market they could beat out Gorillapod and build a company worth at least $10 million. They have other ventures that are doing really well (and there’s nothing easy about this), so I don’t fault them for choosing a different path.

THE WRONG PLATFORM

Copyblogger built a large audience through teaching content marketing. Rather than just selling courses or other content Brian Clarke partnered with Brian Gardner and others to merge together the content machine with Studiopress WordPress themes and Synthesis web hosting. It was a brilliant move to sell a higher value product to the same audience.
Later they bundled further to launch Rainmaker, an all-in-one marketing platform for bloggers. I believe this was a good move, and it was certainly an attempt to graduate to even more upside. Ultimately it failed and the company was divided up again and sold off in pieces.
It’s hard to say exactly why Rainmaker failed, but I think it was a combination of building as a bundle of WordPress plugins rather than a custom platform, the team coming from the marketing world and not building a true engineering culture, and the founders gradually losing interest.
The Copyblogger team had the right idea to use their audience to sell products with more long-term value than content, but were unable to truly execute.

DREAMING BIG

We’ve learned from both the wild successes and the missed opportunities. So let’s cement our learnings with a little fun: pick your favorite creator with a massive audience. How could they make this transition? I’ll start by speculating with a few:

YOUR NEXT STEP

For those who are just getting started, the most important thing to understand is that an audience is key. If you’re looking for step one on this massive journey it’s to get good at building an audience.
If you have an audience, focus on scaling it. What will get you in front of the most people? If you want to go big it probably isn’t the time to focus on monetization, but instead creating incredible content that will really spread.
For those that already have that massive audience, it’s time to look at selling your own products and driving that attention to build a brand.
If you’re already selling your own products and building a real brand, keep at it. This will take a long time. I’ve been working on ConvertKit for 7 years. I think that it will take me at least 5 more to build ConvertKit into a company worth $1 billion.
Compound interest is the most powerful force on earth. Build a product and brand that can experience compound growth. Then work on it for a really long time.
submitted by nathanbarry to Entrepreneur [link] [comments]


2020.08.20 09:15 Cicero1982 Your Pre-Market Brief for 08/20/2020

Your Pre Market Brief for Thursday August 20th 2020

You can subscribe to the daily 4:00 AM Pre Market Brief on The Twitter Link Here . Alerts in the tweets will direct you to the daily 4:00 AM Pre Market Brief in this sub.
Morning Research and Trading Prep Tool Kit
The Ultimate Quick Resource For the Amateur Trader.
Published 3:15 AM EST / Updated as of 4:00 AM EST
-----------------------------------------------
Stock Futures:
Tuesday 08/19/2020 News and Markets Recap:
Thursday August 20th 2020 Economic Calendar (All times are Eastern)
JOBLESS CLAIMS TODAY!
News Heading into Thursday August 20th 2020
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT YOLO THE VARIOUS TICKERS WITHOUT DOING RESEARCH. THE TIME STAMPS ON THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES MAY BE LATER THAN OTHERS ON THE WEB. THE CREATOR OF THIS THREAD COMPILED THE FOLLOWING IN A QUICK MANNER AND DOES NOT ATTEST TO THE VERACITY OF THE INFORMATION BELOW. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR VETTING YOUR OWN SOURCES AND DOING YOUR OWN DD.
Note: Seeking A url's and Reddit do not get along.
Upcoming Earnings:
COVID-19 Stats and News:
Macro Considerations:
Most Recent SEC Filings
Other
-----------------------------------------------
Morning Research and Trading Prep Tool Kit
Other Useful Resources:
The Ultimate Quick Resource For the Amateur Trader.
Subscribe to This Brief and the daily 4:00 AM Pre Market Brief on The Twitter Link Here . Alerts in the tweets will direct you to the daily brief in this sub
It is up to you to judge the accuracy and veracity of these headlines before trading.
submitted by Cicero1982 to pennystocks [link] [comments]


2020.06.06 21:10 ThirtydaysofPride Thirty Days of Pride with the Making Gay History Podcast, June 6th 2020 — Jeanne & Morty Manford (The founding of PFLAG)

Making Gay History Podcast - Episode 06 — Jeanne & Morty Manford
Episode Notes
By the time Jeanne Manford’s gay son Morty was beaten up at a 1972 protest, she had already lost her older son Charles to suicide. She wasn’t going to lose another son. And not at the hands of anti-gay bigots. So the shy, petite elementary school teacher from Flushing, Queens, put pen to paper and wrote a letter to the New York Post (which was then a liberal newspaper) expressing her outrage at the incident and stating, “I have a homosexual son and I love him.” The letter was published in the April 29, 1972; no parent had ever written such a letter before that was published in a major newspaper.
That letter and Jeanne’s subsequent participation in the 1972 New York City Gay Pride March set Jeanne and her son on a path that led to the founding of the first organization for parents of gay people that ultimately became PFLAG (originally known as Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays). Jeanne is yet another inspiring example of how one person can help change the course of history by having confidence in her beliefs, speaking up, and organizing. She’s an example for us all!
By the way, that 1972 protest was held at the Hilton Hotel during an annual dinner for New York City politicians and the political press. Morty was handing out leaflets protesting a New York Daily News editorial with the headline, “Any Old Jobs for Homos.” And the lead sentence was “Faires, nances, swishes, fags, lezzies, call ‘em what you please.” Morty was assaulted by Michael Maye, who was then the head of the New York City firemen’s union. He was never charged for his crime.
Episode Transcript
I’m Eric Marcus and this is Making Gay History.
For this episode we’ve dug into our stack of cassette tapes for a story that dates back to the early 1970s. It’s about Jeanne Manford and her son Morty. They founded a group for parents of gay people in 1973. Today it’s an international organization called PFLAG. Originally that stood for Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. It’s got 400 chapters across the country.
By the time I came out to my mom in 1977 I knew about PFLAG. So when my mom told me that she wanted me to see a psychiatrist I told her I’d go if she went to a PFLAG meeting. She said no. I said no. Big mistake. We both would have been better off. But thirteen years later my mother went to her first PFLAG meeting. She became such activist that I had to remind her that I was the gay one, that this was my issue. I’ve put a photo of my mom on makinggayhistory.com website from the 1993 gay march on Washington and you’ll see she paid no attention to me.
Jeanne and Morty’s story starts with a letter. I wish you could hear this story from the beginning, but I screwed up the audio. I thought I’d be interviewing Jeanne Manford by herself. But when I got to her house it turned that Morty was there, too, so I interviewed them together.
But I hadn’t done a double interview before.They were already part way through telling me about how Jeanne came to write a letter to a New York City newspaper about her gay son when I realized there was a problem with the sound. And that’s where we’ll pick up the story.
So, the context. 1972. Morty was 21. He’d gone to a protest against the New York Daily News, which had published a very offensive editorial calling gay people “fairies, nances, swishes, fags, and lezzes.” There are some words there that I hadn’t heard before used against gay people.
At the protest Morty got the shit kicked out of him by the president of the New York City Firemen’s union, who was never charged. Several protesters wound up in the hospital, including Morty. You can read all about the protest in our show notes on makinggayhistory.com.
So it’s seventeen years later and I’m sitting with Jeanne and Morty at the dining room table of the Manford family home in Flushing, Queens. Jeanne is a widow and Morty has moved home to live with his mom. He’s an assistant New York State attorney general.
Jeanne is very soft-spoken. Her face is framed by a halo of silver hair. Morty is not soft spoken. He’s handsome and his thick curly hair is chestnut brown. I have no idea where I put the microphone, but I definitely pressed record.
———
Eric: Interview with Jeanne Manford and Morty Manford on Saturday, May 13, 1989. Interviewer is Eric Marcus. Location is the Manford home in Queens, New York. Tape one, side one.
Jeanne: I had a call from the hospital and then I sat down and wrote a letter to The New York Post.
Eric: Did you have any hesitation about writing this letter?
Jeanne: No. I mean I was furious.
Eric: Why were you furious. What infuriated you?
Jeanne: What right have they got to assault my son and others. And why didn’t the police protect them? I guess it was the first time a mother ever sat down and said, “Yes, I have a homosexual child.”
Eric: Were you hesitant at all about saying that?
Jeanne: No, I didn’t even think about it. And I was amazed that Morty told me that it received such wide notice and that he had so many calls at the time from people.
Eric: What did you think of your mom?
Morty: I thought she was terrific! It seemed to me on one level to be a very natural kind of reaction and concern and involvement for a parent. What I thought was extraordinary was that other people weren’t doing the same at that time.
Eric: What made your mother different?
Morty: She’s a unique person.
Jeanne: I’ve always felt that Morty was a very special person. And I wasn’t going to let anybody walk over him.
Morty: Well, I mean a lot of parents who knew their gay children were gay felt their families were very important to them. The question is, what about our family? I would have to say that we were always very open thinkers. This was an area that they really didn’t understand. There was a lot of ignorance, but they were willing to consider what are the prejudices that we’re taught and are they in fact founded in any reality or are they pure prejudice. We’d all learned a great lesson from the black civil rights movement of the early ‘60’s and the women’s movement. And I think my parents agreed that the principles of civil rights for blacks and for women were just demands. And this was simply bringing into the discussion a new civil rights perspective.
Eric: How do we get then from this first letter to what has now become a national/international federation? Did you have any idea that this could come to pass? That you would wind up being in such a public position? You seem like a very private person.
Jeanne: Not at that time. Not at that time. I’m very shy, by the way. And I was not the type to… I’ve never belonged belonged to organizations. I never tried to do anything. So it just happened, you know.
Now I was asked to be on a television show in Boston and…
Morty: The three of us went. Went went out to Cincinnati. At one point my parents appeared on a TV show in New Orleans.
Jeanne: I was in Boston five times, Cleveland, two or three times Detroit.
Morty: Every talk show in New York City.
Jeanne: Because we were the only people who were willing to go public. We felt that it was a way of educating the public, you know, making people understand and besides that when I did march with Morty, was it ’72?
Eric: Did you ask your mom to march?
Jeanne: Yeah, you came to me and you said, you know, he said, “Will you march with us?” I said to him, “I will march if you let me carry a sign.”
Morty: “Parents of Gays: Unite In Support for Our Children.”
Eric: How did people react to you?
Jeanne: They screamed! They yelled! They ran over and kissed me. “Would you talk to my mother.” “Wow, if my mother saw me here…,” you know. They just couldn’t believe that a parent would do that.
Morty: It was unbelievable because I had been in the previous year’s march also. And the outpouring of emotion from our own community was overwhelming. Nobody got the loud emotional cheers that she did.
Jeanne: They were fearful of telling parents. Most of them wouldn’t tell. And many had been rejected because the parents knew. I guess they just didn’t feel that any parent could be supportive of any gay child.
Morty: The symbolic presence that my mother provided was a sign of great hope that parents can be supportive, that the people we’re closest to, whom we love the most need not be our enemies, can be our supporters.
Jeanne: As Morty and I walked along during that first march so many people said, “Talk to my parents,” and there were phone calls. All day long my phone was ringing. So that’s when we decided though, during the march, to start something, some kind of organization.
Eric: What kind of organization did you have in mind?
Morty: An organization for parents.
Jeanne: To talk to each other. To know that you’re not the only one. Because each person thinks, I’m the only one who has a child who is homosexual and nobody was willing to let anyone else know about it. To get together and to talk to people and say, “Look, there’s nothing wrong with them.”
Morty: And an organization which would be supportive of the struggle for gay liberation.
Jeanne: The parents group was a bridge between the gay community and the straight community, heterosexual community.
Eric: How so? How did you see it doing that?
Jeanne: Well, I think when we did finally have the meeting, I think I may have voiced some day, you know, we will fight for the rights of our children. We will become political. We will have a national organization. I remember thinking that at the very beginning. But the immediate thing was to talk to parents and help them come to terms with the fact that they have a gay child and there was nothing to be ashamed of. Nothing was wrong with it. He or she was no different than anybody else.
Eric: Did you get calls regularly at home from people?
Jeanne: There were so many and so many letters. They were upset they had a child who was homosexual. I told them to come to the meeting and talk. At the meetings they would tell me how much I had helped them on the phone.
Morty: It was not so much what my mother said, but that she said it. I remember her many times saying, “There’s nothing wrong with your son being gay or your daughter being lesbian.” We’ve been taught by society that there’s something wrong and society has been wrong. This is a civil rights issue. People had never heard this before and to hear it from another parent, a peer. They expected to spend the phone conversation in tears with someone at the other end saying, “Now, now, dearie.” But that’s not what they got. I think the effect was to make them stop a minute.
Jeanne: You don’t just believe everything you’re told by society. And that society could be wrong.
Morty: Police were still raiding bars where gays were. Gays had no job protection in any city in this country whatsoever. There was still the stigma of being gay. They used to be fond of saying that the churches said we were sinners. The psychiatrists said we were sick. Capitalists said we were subversive. Communists said we were immoral. And many gays also accepted those prejudices, if only tacitly.
Eric: There was no one to say otherwise.
Morty. There was no pro-gay propaganda. The support wasn’t out there. I think the emergence of the parents group at this time provided a much needed pro-gay propaganda. We had to reach our own and then reach the world.
The general public will listen to parents in a different way than they will listen to advocates who are gay.
Eric: What has your mother been able to do that you weren’t able to do?
Morty: To speak to a lot of bigots and get through on a level that mere political or social discussion wouldn’t accomplish. A lot of people will look at parents and they can identify with parents. They look at me and they say, “There is a gay person. I’m not like him.” And therefore they’re not listening to what I’m saying. But they would say, “I have a mother and father, too. Let us understand what they’re saying.” On that level I think they’ve been able to reach a lot of people we wouldn’t have been able to reach alone.
Eric: So you changed lives all over this country, really, through your work.
Jeanne: I think at one time you told me my picture was over a bar in Brazil someone told you?
Eric: At a gay bar?
Morty: Somebody came back from Brazil and said they were in a bar and they saw my mother’s picture on the wall, a big mural, with her marching.
Jeanne: And someone said there was an article in the, was it the London Economist? We were in Kinsey. And I know my niece was taking a course in college and she turned [the page] and she said, “Oh, that’s my uncle and aunt.” So we never knew what made us famous or infamous.
Eric: So in your own way you were a quiet revolutionary to these people.
Jeanne: Well, I made the revolutionary calendar the following June.
Eric: What is the revolutionary calendar?
Morty: There was a calendar that somebody published, which I picked up over on St. Mark’s Place. And it had for each month a picture of some occasion. When Mao Tse-Tung’s birthday was, there was a picture of Mao. There was, I think, a picture of Dr. Martin Luther King during his birthday month. And for June, guess who the calendar girl was?
Jeanne: Well, before you turned to June, you said this is not a true revolutionary calendar unless it talks about the gay march, about gays. And when you turned the page, there you saw my picture.
Eric: Were you surprised?
Morty: Sure I was.
Jeanne: I considered myself such a traditional person that I didn’t even cross the street against the light.
———
For a shy person Jeanne was fierce. And I knew it was her love for Morty that drove her. But it always felt like there was something more behind it. Then just recently I heard that Morty had an older brother, Charles.
I called Morty’s sister Suzanne and asked about him. She said it was something the family never talked about. Charles killed himself in 1966. He was 22. There was my answer. Jeanne wasn’t gonna’ lose another child.
So Jeanne was determined to make the world a safer place for her son and the rest of us, too. But she couldn’t save Morty from a virus. He died from complications of AIDS on May 14, 1992. He was only 41.
A month after Morty died, my mom and I did an event at the gay center in Manhattan for the publication of Making Gay History, my book. We read from Jeanne and Morty’s interview—pretty much what you’ve just heard. And then I introduced Jeanne. Oh, my goodness. Three hundred people got to their feet and cheered. People wouldn’t stop applauding until Jeanne came up to the microphone to say a few words. She was so tiny that her head hardly poked above the podium.
Just one more anecdote about Jeanne and I only just learned that my mom figures into this one as well. Eleven months after Morty died Jeanne got a call from an out, gay elementary school teacher in Queens named Danny Dromm. In those days there were virtually no out teachers.
Danny asked Jeanne to be the grand marshal of the first Queens Gay and Lesbian Pride Parade. Now, I’m from Queens and growing up there it felt the last place that would have a gay pride parade. Jeanne said yes. But there was a condition. She wanted Danny to help her start a Queens chapter of PFLAG.
And where is Danny the elementary school teacher now? He got himself elected to the New York City Council. And he chairs the Council’s Committee on Education. I met with Danny recently and he told me that he knew my mom. Turns out my mom helped Danny and Jeanne start the Queens PFLAG chapter. I had no idea. My mom’s been dead twelve years. I wish I could tell her how proud I was of her.
Jeanne spent the last years of her life with her daughter Suzanne and her husband just outside San Francisco. She died in 2013. She was 92. She outlived her Golden Boy by three decades.
One month after Jeanne died, President Obama awarded her with the 2012 Presidential Citizens Medal, which recognizes citizens of the United States who have performed exemplary deeds of service for their country or their fellow citizens. Jeanne’s daughter accepted the award at a White House Ceremony in her mother’s honor. To see a photo of that ceremony and to learn more about Jeanne, Morty, and PFLAG, please visit our website at makinggayhistory.com. That’s where you’ll also find the iconic 1972 photo of Jeanne carrying her “Parents of Gays” sign.
I’ve got a few key people I’d like to thank for making this podcast possible. Thank you to our executive producer, Sara Burningham, our audio engineer Casey Holford, who worked very hard on fixing the sound for this episode, and our composer, Fritz Myers.
Thank you also to our social media guru, Hannah Moch, our webmaster Jonathan Dozier-Ezell, and our head of research, Zachary Seltzer. We had production help from Jenna Weiss-Berman, who believed in this project before it was even a podcast.
Making Gay History is a co-production of Pineapple Street Media, with assistance from the New York Public Library’s Manuscripts and Archives Division.
Funding is provided by the Arcus Foundation, which is dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony with one another and the natural world. Learn more about Arcus and its partners at ArcusFoundation.org.
And if you like what you’ve heard, please subscribe to Making Gay History on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also listen to all our episodes on makinggayhistory.com.
So long. Until next time.
###
submitted by ThirtydaysofPride to lgbt [link] [comments]


2020.06.05 21:24 ThirtydaysofPride Thirty Days of Pride with the Making Gay History Podcast, June 5th, 2020 - Frank Kameny

Making Gay History Podcast - Episode 05 — Frank Kameny

Episode Notes
Here are the absolute basics of what you need to know about Frank Kameny, who lived a long and extraordinary life. He was fired from his federal government job in 1957 because he was gay. He didn’t just go home and pull the covers over his head. He fought a successful eighteen-year-battle with the government to change the law so the same thing didn’t happen to other gay people.
Along the way Frank founded a militant gay rights group in 1961 in Washington, DC, and in 1965 organized the first public protests by gay people in front of the White House, among other places. In 1968 Frank also coined the then-radical “Gay Is Good” battle cry. Beginning in the early 1970’s he fought successfully (along with Barbara Gittings and others) to get homosexuality removed from the list of mental illnesses. And Frank’s impressive list goes on.
Listening to Frank’s episode you learn that he lived by three rules that should inspire us all:
Have absolute confidence in your beliefs;
Fight for what’s right;
Never, ever give up.
Knowing the basics of Frank Kameny’s life isn’t nearly enough, so we encourage you to explore some of the resources below.
———
For students and scholars, there is a treasure trove of Frank Kameny’s papers (77,000 items!) to be found at the The Library of Congress.
View a selection of items from Frank’s Library of Congress collection here.
You can also explore some of what’s available at The Library of Congress on a now out-of-date website devoted to Frank’s papers.
Here’s an article about some of the artifacts of Frank’s activist career that are in the possession of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
Executive Order 10450 was used to fire gay people like Frank Kameny from their federal jobs.
In 2009 the U.S. Government officially apologized to Frank for his 1957 firing from his job with the Army Map Service because he was gay. You can read about it here, including the government’s letter of apology.
Frank Kameny is featured in a ReDistricted comic anthology, which includes additional links and videos (including a fantastic Charles Osgood tribute to Frank on “CBS Sunday Morning” from October 16, 2011).
For a collection of Frank’s letters, which provides insight into his remarkable life and work, have a look at Michael Long’s book, Gay Is Good: The Life and Letters of Gay Rights Pioneer Frank Kameny.
You can find Frank Kameny’s oral history in Eric Marcus’s book Making Gay History.
Frank would have been very pleased to know (although he wouldn’t have been surprised!) that he rated a New York Times obituary.
Episode Transcript
I’m Eric Marcus and this is Making Gay History.
In 1953, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an executive order that essentially banned gay people from federal employment. It was an incredibly paranoid time in our nation’s history. The anti-communists thought they saw subversives behind every tree and traitors under every rock.
So the federal government set out to fire all employees they believed threatened the nation’s security. And gay people were a huge risk. Why? Because they could be blackmailed by foreign spies. And why could they be blackmailed? Because they had to keep secret they were gay. And why did they have to keep secret that they were gay? Because they could be fired from their jobs, lose their homes, even lose their families if anyone knew they were gay. Don’t bother trying to figure out that logic because it’ll make your head explode.
One of the people who lost his job because he was a known homosexual was an astronomer employed by the Army Map Service named Frank Kameny. They had no idea what they were doing when they fired Frank.
Frank wound up becoming one of the most militant and important thinkers and leaders of the LGBT civil rights movement long before it was called the LGBT civil rights movement or even the gay rights movement.
So I went to Washington to interview Frank. It was a surprisingly mild early June day when I arrive at Frank’s house in Washington, DC. It’s a modest two-story post-war brick Colonial in a leafy prosperous neighborhood just outside the center of the city. His house is a bit scruffy around the edges with a lawn that could use some attention, too.
Frank greets me at the door wearing a white button down shirt and gray slacks. He looks like a retired scientist out of central casting. And he’s a bit scruffy around the edges, too. So Frank strikes me as the kind of person you’d expect to have a pocket protector in his shirt pocket filled with a half-dozen pens and pencils.
I don’t get a tour of the house. We go directly to Frank’s office. There are files and unidentifiable dust-covered piles everywhere. Frank takes a seat behind his desk. He motions for me to sit, and is ready to go. I quickly clip the microphone to his shirt because I don’t want to miss a word. He’s already talking as if addressing an auditorium filled with hundreds instead of an audience of one.
A lesson I learned a long time ago is that when a bulldozer is coming toward you, get out of the way. Frank was a bulldozer and I’m going to get out of the way and let him tell his story.
———
Eric: Interview with Frank Kameny. June 3, 1989, at the home of Frank Kameny in Washington, DC. Interviewer is Eric Marcus.
Frank: You will learn when you talk to me that I cast my sentences by putting all the modifying clauses and words at the beginning. And you have to listen, go along, and ultimately you will find what it is that I am modifying. So…
Eric: And my tendency is to interrupt, so do whatever you need to.
Frank: So, I was called in and said that “We have information that leads us to believe that you are a homosexual. Do you have any comment?” I said, “What’s the information?” They said, “We can’t tell you.” And I said, “Well, then I can’t give you an answer. You don’t deserve it. And in any case, this is none of your business.” Which got them upset because bureaucrats never like to be told that something is none of their business. That basically was the interview. Ultimately it resulted in my termination late that year.
Eric: You must have been shocked.
Frank: Well, yes, of course.
Eric: How did they do it? Did they come into your office?
Frank: No. They issue a… the way the government does anything. They issue you a letter.
Eric: Did they say we’re dismissing you because you were a homosexual?
Frank: Yes, for homosexuality. Such firings were not uncommon in that period.
Eric: Were you depressed by it?
Frank: Naturally, because I had no source of income. The next two or three years were extremely difficult. In fact, by the time I got into 1959 I was living for about eight months on 20 cents worth of food a day, which even by 1959 prices was not terribly much. It was a great day when I could afford five cents more and put a pat of butter on my mashed potatoe.
But meanwhile, by that time, I had decided that basically what this amounted to was a declaration of war against me by my government. “A,” I don’t grant my government the right to declare war against me. And “B,” I tend not to lose my wars.
I went through such appeal procedures as there were, which take you through the lower level of the bureaucracy and then on the philosophy that ultimately the head of the executive branch of the government is the president, you go to the top. And I have always gone to the top on these things. So I worked my way right on up without success, ultimately to letters to the president.
I… my feeling is that you always pursue things to their final conclusion. I was put in touch with a local attorney who had been a congressman and who was willing then, my having exhausted everything, my having exhausted everything, to take my case on a contingent fee basis, since I had no money.
In 1960 the U.S. Court of Appeals turned it down. And he indicated that he felt it was hopeless and therefore he didn’t want to pursue it further. I said I did. So he gave me a copy of the Supreme Court rules and told me about filing pro se documents. Pro se means for yourself. And in theory, any citizen can any time do anything that a lawyer will do, can do it for himself if he chooses. It’s not always wise, but you have the prerogative under our system always of doing it for yourself. You’re not required to have a lawyer.
I had the rule book. I don’t know if you’re familiar with Supreme Court procedure. It’s a double round. You have two knocks at the door. Your first effort is a knock at the door to say, “Will you let me in or won’t you let me in?” And if they say, “No,” that ends it. If they say, “Yes,” then you prepare all your briefs and really go at it. The first knock is called a petition for writ of certiorari.
And so he gave me some other petitions. And whenever I had questions, my philosophy then as now is, I pay for the government with my taxes, therefore they’re there to serve me. So if I had questions I called up the Supreme Court. Or walked over there and said, “Here’s my question. Give me an answer,” which they did, very nicely, not the Justices of course. I ultimately drafted and filed my own petition.
The government then put its disqualification of gays under the rubric of immoral conduct. The word simply does not belong in any issuance in this country. Morality is a matter of personal opinion and individual belief on which any American citizen may hold any view he wishes and upon which the government has no power or authority to have any view at all. But more than that, then having stated a general principal, you have to apply it very specifically and pointedly to the case at hand and that was that in my view homosexuality is not only not immoral, but is affirmatively moral. And that was the theme that underlay that. And that was the direct address to the government’s policy. And it had to be said and nobody else had ever said it that I know of in any kind of a formal court pleading.
And in March, not unpredictably, came the letter. As I recall, it was on blue paper. I still have it upstairs, signed by Chief Justice Warren, indicating that certiorari had been denied. That ended the formal case. But the battle went on for another fourteen years.
Eric: What the government essentially did is they turned an intellectual bookish astronomer into a radical.
Frank: Thank you for using that word. I have had cases over the years that I’ve been handling this or meek, mild, unassertive, un-aggressive people who just want to go about doing their work and suddenly they are hit hard. They are trampled upon with a hob-nailed boot and suddenly it does exactly that. It radicalizes them! And off they go marching militantly! And case after case after case. So anyway…
Eric: So by ‘61 you had become radicalized.
Frank: Oh, very much so. Very much so. So anyway…
Eric: Oh, boy, they had no idea what they were getting themselves into.
Frank: So, anyway, we founded the organization. And now the movement of those days, and I say this next, not critically, and not necessarily derogatorily, because it was a very, very, very different era. We were sick. We were sinners. We were perverts. You have your long litany or pejoratives. There was absolutely nothing whatsoever which anybody heard at any time anywhere at all which was other than negative! Nothing! And so the movement, predictively, in retrospect, responded accordingly. And that was the nature of the movement.
Eric: People were frightened and they had good reason to be.
Frank: It was not only frightened, it was simply a lack of intellectual strength. We had to defer to the experts.
Eric: Oh, you hated that, didn’t you.
Frank: My answer was, “We are the experts on ourselves and we will tell the experts they have nothing to tell us!” But it took a few years to get that across.
The movement of those days was a very unassertive, apologetic, defensive kind of structure. Not taking strong positions. Giving a hearing to everybody and saying, “All views must be heard, even those with the most harshly and viciously condemnatory. As long as it dealt with homosexuality they must be given a fair hearing.” Drivel! And I… That didn’t suit my personality. And the Mattachine Society of Washington was formed around my personality.
We characterized ourselves within the movement as an activist militant organization. Well, those were very dirty words in those days in the movement such as it was. This was ’61 and ’62.
Eric: No one else was, except for the civil rights movement just…
Frank: It was just beginning. Even within the gay movement, even more so. You weren’t supposed to be.
Eric: Did you have an overall goal? A stated plan of what you were going to do as an organization?
Frank: That was sort of set out in our statement of purposes, which I could dig out.
Eric: Generally, what was it?
Frank: Generally to work for gay rights, although gay rights as such wasn’t necessarily the phrase of choice of those days. But to achieve equality for homosexuals and homosexuality against heterosexuals and heterosexuality. Equality, I guess, was the primary theme.
Eric: That wasn’t born in ’69, those ideas.
Frank: Oh, certainly not! ‘69 wouldn’t have happened if we hadn’t come along.
Eric: But as you know, that’s not how it…
Frank: Well, they’re wrong. We started—to digress before I get back—we started picketing here in ‘65, which first created the mind set which allowed for gays doing openly public things by way of demonstration, as gays. There would not have been Stonewall if the mind set hadn’t already been established by us for that in ‘65, with our subsequent demonstrations year by year which were widely publicized in New York, at Independence Hall every Fourth of July each year after ’65. And which was being publicized in ’69 in preparation for that one when Stonewall occurred. And it would have never have occurred to gay people to do anything publicly if we hadn’t already started it.
Eric: What happened to your case though?
Frank: My case was dead with the Supreme Court. That ended that permanently.
Eric: The Commission changed its rule in ‘75. You must recall first hearing about that.
Frank: They called me up. By that time I was on—I speak with obvious hyperbole and figuratively—on virtually daily communication with the general counsel of the Civil Service Commission. He knew my cases. He knew other things that had come along.
Eric: So people were coming to you.
Frank: Oh, yes, he had informed me eighteen months before in ‘73 that they were beginning the process of changing their policy, but there are a lot minds that had to be changed inside the Commission and he informed me that it was going to come out on July 4, except that July 4 was a holiday, so it was going to have to be July 3, very appropriately. And that’s when they issued the news release and the formal change in policy.
Eric: July 3, 1975.
Frank: Yes, 1975. And that carried the day very nicely, until, of course, in ‘78, under the Carter administration, the Civil Service Reform Act went through Congress and that abolished the Civil Service Commission under that name. It’s the Office of Personnel Management, the O.P.M. Changed all the laws. So that, that’s one battle, one book, that has nicely been closed and put on a shelf as a complete success.
So at this point I’m sort of, I don’t know, people call me a living legend or…
Eric: I’ve heard that phrase. Do you like being called a living legend?
Frank: It doesn’t bother me. It’s complimentary. Or humorously, the world’s oldest living homosexual. Or the grandfather or the great-grandfather of the gay movement, which is not technically correct, as you well know.
Life takes its turnings, and you don’t foresee them. But ultimately, in retrospect, life has been more exciting and stimulating and interesting and satisfying and rewarding and fulfilling than I ever could possibly have dreamed it would have been.
———
I hope that by hearing Frank’s voice and a bit of his story that you have a sense of why he continues to inspire me and so many others.
There are three key lessons that Frank has taught me that I want to share with you:
Have confidence in your beliefs;
Fight for what’s right;
And even in the darkest of times, never, ever, give up.
We’re recording this two days after the election and part of me feels like giving up. I’m scared. I’m angry. I’m heartsick. But part of me also feels like I need to do something. On my own. And collectively. So I’m going to hang on to Frank’s fighting spirit for inspiration and remind myself that he didn’t give up. I shouldn’t give up. We shouldn’t give up. Not now. Not ever. No way.
I have two favorite photographs of Frank that I’ve posted on our website at makinggayhistory.com. The first is from a protest Frank organized and led in front of the White House in 1965. So for anyone who thinks there wasn’t a gay rights movement before 1969, look at that photograph. They are dressed in coats and ties for a good reason. Frank was an incredible marketer. His belief was, “Don’t get in the way of your message.” And if you wear a coat and tie and the women wear skirts and heels—which looks pretty ridiculous to our eyes—they knew, Frank knew, that you don’t get in the way of your message.
Frank is carrying a sign that says, “We Want: Federal Honorable Discharge…”—they weren’t even fighting to stay in the military; they at least wanted honorable discharges if they were thrown out—”Security Clearance…”—because you couldn’t get a job in the government and needed security clearance—and they wanted “Conferences with Our Government Officials.” So you’ll see that sign that Frank is carrying.
The second photo is of Frank shaking President Obama’s hand at a 2009 White House ceremony after signing a memorandum providing benefits to the same-sex partners of federal employees. This was before marriage equality became the law of the land. You can only see Frank from the side, but his smile and the President’s smile light up the room. In 2009, Frank also got a formal letter of apology from the U.S. Government for having fired him in 1957. Persistence paid off.
For a man who fought to break down the barriers between the federal government and the nation’s gay citizens, it seems fitting that Frank’s extensive papers now reside in the Library of Congress. And that’s thanks to the efforts of my friend Bob Witeck and several others.
Frank died on October 11, 2011, just weeks before his house was listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. You can find it online. Frank was 86.
Many talented people made this podcast possible. Thank you to our executive producer, Sara Burningham, our audio engineer, Casey Holford, and our composer, Fritz Myers.
Thank you also to our social media guru, Hannah Moch, for getting the word out about us, our webmaster Jonathan Dozier-Ezell, who’s made our podcast website a beautiful thing, and Zachary Seltzer, the man responsible for each episode’s show notes. We had production help from Jenna Weiss-Berman who believed in this podcast even before it was a podcast and always gives me good advice.
Making Gay History is a co-production of Pineapple Street Media, with assistance from the New York Public Library’s Manuscripts and Archives Division.
Funding is provided by the Arcus Foundation, which is dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony—we can hope—with one another and the natural world. Learn more about Arcus and its partners at ArcusFoundation.org.
And if you like what you’ve heard, please subscribe to Making Gay History on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also listen to all our episodes on makinggayhistory.com. That’s also where you’ll find photos and information about each of our interview subjects, including Frank Kameny.
So long. Until next time.
submitted by ThirtydaysofPride to lgbt [link] [comments]


2020.06.05 21:24 ThirtydaysofPride Thirty Days of Pride with the Making Gay History Podcast, June 5th, 2020 - Frank Kameny

Making Gay History Podcast - Episode 05 — Frank Kameny

Episode Notes
Here are the absolute basics of what you need to know about Frank Kameny, who lived a long and extraordinary life. He was fired from his federal government job in 1957 because he was gay. He didn’t just go home and pull the covers over his head. He fought a successful eighteen-year-battle with the government to change the law so the same thing didn’t happen to other gay people.
Along the way Frank founded a militant gay rights group in 1961 in Washington, DC, and in 1965 organized the first public protests by gay people in front of the White House, among other places. In 1968 Frank also coined the then-radical “Gay Is Good” battle cry. Beginning in the early 1970’s he fought successfully (along with Barbara Gittings and others) to get homosexuality removed from the list of mental illnesses. And Frank’s impressive list goes on.
Listening to Frank’s episode you learn that he lived by three rules that should inspire us all:
Have absolute confidence in your beliefs;
Fight for what’s right;
Never, ever give up.
Knowing the basics of Frank Kameny’s life isn’t nearly enough, so we encourage you to explore some of the resources below.
———
For students and scholars, there is a treasure trove of Frank Kameny’s papers (77,000 items!) to be found at the The Library of Congress.
View a selection of items from Frank’s Library of Congress collection here.
You can also explore some of what’s available at The Library of Congress on a now out-of-date website devoted to Frank’s papers.
Here’s an article about some of the artifacts of Frank’s activist career that are in the possession of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
Executive Order 10450 was used to fire gay people like Frank Kameny from their federal jobs.
In 2009 the U.S. Government officially apologized to Frank for his 1957 firing from his job with the Army Map Service because he was gay. You can read about it here, including the government’s letter of apology.
Frank Kameny is featured in a ReDistricted comic anthology, which includes additional links and videos (including a fantastic Charles Osgood tribute to Frank on “CBS Sunday Morning” from October 16, 2011).
For a collection of Frank’s letters, which provides insight into his remarkable life and work, have a look at Michael Long’s book, Gay Is Good: The Life and Letters of Gay Rights Pioneer Frank Kameny.
You can find Frank Kameny’s oral history in Eric Marcus’s book Making Gay History.
Frank would have been very pleased to know (although he wouldn’t have been surprised!) that he rated a New York Times obituary.
Episode Transcript
I’m Eric Marcus and this is Making Gay History.
In 1953, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed an executive order that essentially banned gay people from federal employment. It was an incredibly paranoid time in our nation’s history. The anti-communists thought they saw subversives behind every tree and traitors under every rock.
So the federal government set out to fire all employees they believed threatened the nation’s security. And gay people were a huge risk. Why? Because they could be blackmailed by foreign spies. And why could they be blackmailed? Because they had to keep secret they were gay. And why did they have to keep secret that they were gay? Because they could be fired from their jobs, lose their homes, even lose their families if anyone knew they were gay. Don’t bother trying to figure out that logic because it’ll make your head explode.
One of the people who lost his job because he was a known homosexual was an astronomer employed by the Army Map Service named Frank Kameny. They had no idea what they were doing when they fired Frank.
Frank wound up becoming one of the most militant and important thinkers and leaders of the LGBT civil rights movement long before it was called the LGBT civil rights movement or even the gay rights movement.
So I went to Washington to interview Frank. It was a surprisingly mild early June day when I arrive at Frank’s house in Washington, DC. It’s a modest two-story post-war brick Colonial in a leafy prosperous neighborhood just outside the center of the city. His house is a bit scruffy around the edges with a lawn that could use some attention, too.
Frank greets me at the door wearing a white button down shirt and gray slacks. He looks like a retired scientist out of central casting. And he’s a bit scruffy around the edges, too. So Frank strikes me as the kind of person you’d expect to have a pocket protector in his shirt pocket filled with a half-dozen pens and pencils.
I don’t get a tour of the house. We go directly to Frank’s office. There are files and unidentifiable dust-covered piles everywhere. Frank takes a seat behind his desk. He motions for me to sit, and is ready to go. I quickly clip the microphone to his shirt because I don’t want to miss a word. He’s already talking as if addressing an auditorium filled with hundreds instead of an audience of one.
A lesson I learned a long time ago is that when a bulldozer is coming toward you, get out of the way. Frank was a bulldozer and I’m going to get out of the way and let him tell his story.
———
Eric: Interview with Frank Kameny. June 3, 1989, at the home of Frank Kameny in Washington, DC. Interviewer is Eric Marcus.
Frank: You will learn when you talk to me that I cast my sentences by putting all the modifying clauses and words at the beginning. And you have to listen, go along, and ultimately you will find what it is that I am modifying. So…
Eric: And my tendency is to interrupt, so do whatever you need to.
Frank: So, I was called in and said that “We have information that leads us to believe that you are a homosexual. Do you have any comment?” I said, “What’s the information?” They said, “We can’t tell you.” And I said, “Well, then I can’t give you an answer. You don’t deserve it. And in any case, this is none of your business.” Which got them upset because bureaucrats never like to be told that something is none of their business. That basically was the interview. Ultimately it resulted in my termination late that year.
Eric: You must have been shocked.
Frank: Well, yes, of course.
Eric: How did they do it? Did they come into your office?
Frank: No. They issue a… the way the government does anything. They issue you a letter.
Eric: Did they say we’re dismissing you because you were a homosexual?
Frank: Yes, for homosexuality. Such firings were not uncommon in that period.
Eric: Were you depressed by it?
Frank: Naturally, because I had no source of income. The next two or three years were extremely difficult. In fact, by the time I got into 1959 I was living for about eight months on 20 cents worth of food a day, which even by 1959 prices was not terribly much. It was a great day when I could afford five cents more and put a pat of butter on my mashed potatoe.
But meanwhile, by that time, I had decided that basically what this amounted to was a declaration of war against me by my government. “A,” I don’t grant my government the right to declare war against me. And “B,” I tend not to lose my wars.
I went through such appeal procedures as there were, which take you through the lower level of the bureaucracy and then on the philosophy that ultimately the head of the executive branch of the government is the president, you go to the top. And I have always gone to the top on these things. So I worked my way right on up without success, ultimately to letters to the president.
I… my feeling is that you always pursue things to their final conclusion. I was put in touch with a local attorney who had been a congressman and who was willing then, my having exhausted everything, my having exhausted everything, to take my case on a contingent fee basis, since I had no money.
In 1960 the U.S. Court of Appeals turned it down. And he indicated that he felt it was hopeless and therefore he didn’t want to pursue it further. I said I did. So he gave me a copy of the Supreme Court rules and told me about filing pro se documents. Pro se means for yourself. And in theory, any citizen can any time do anything that a lawyer will do, can do it for himself if he chooses. It’s not always wise, but you have the prerogative under our system always of doing it for yourself. You’re not required to have a lawyer.
I had the rule book. I don’t know if you’re familiar with Supreme Court procedure. It’s a double round. You have two knocks at the door. Your first effort is a knock at the door to say, “Will you let me in or won’t you let me in?” And if they say, “No,” that ends it. If they say, “Yes,” then you prepare all your briefs and really go at it. The first knock is called a petition for writ of certiorari.
And so he gave me some other petitions. And whenever I had questions, my philosophy then as now is, I pay for the government with my taxes, therefore they’re there to serve me. So if I had questions I called up the Supreme Court. Or walked over there and said, “Here’s my question. Give me an answer,” which they did, very nicely, not the Justices of course. I ultimately drafted and filed my own petition.
The government then put its disqualification of gays under the rubric of immoral conduct. The word simply does not belong in any issuance in this country. Morality is a matter of personal opinion and individual belief on which any American citizen may hold any view he wishes and upon which the government has no power or authority to have any view at all. But more than that, then having stated a general principal, you have to apply it very specifically and pointedly to the case at hand and that was that in my view homosexuality is not only not immoral, but is affirmatively moral. And that was the theme that underlay that. And that was the direct address to the government’s policy. And it had to be said and nobody else had ever said it that I know of in any kind of a formal court pleading.
And in March, not unpredictably, came the letter. As I recall, it was on blue paper. I still have it upstairs, signed by Chief Justice Warren, indicating that certiorari had been denied. That ended the formal case. But the battle went on for another fourteen years.
Eric: What the government essentially did is they turned an intellectual bookish astronomer into a radical.
Frank: Thank you for using that word. I have had cases over the years that I’ve been handling this or meek, mild, unassertive, un-aggressive people who just want to go about doing their work and suddenly they are hit hard. They are trampled upon with a hob-nailed boot and suddenly it does exactly that. It radicalizes them! And off they go marching militantly! And case after case after case. So anyway…
Eric: So by ‘61 you had become radicalized.
Frank: Oh, very much so. Very much so. So anyway…
Eric: Oh, boy, they had no idea what they were getting themselves into.
Frank: So, anyway, we founded the organization. And now the movement of those days, and I say this next, not critically, and not necessarily derogatorily, because it was a very, very, very different era. We were sick. We were sinners. We were perverts. You have your long litany or pejoratives. There was absolutely nothing whatsoever which anybody heard at any time anywhere at all which was other than negative! Nothing! And so the movement, predictively, in retrospect, responded accordingly. And that was the nature of the movement.
Eric: People were frightened and they had good reason to be.
Frank: It was not only frightened, it was simply a lack of intellectual strength. We had to defer to the experts.
Eric: Oh, you hated that, didn’t you.
Frank: My answer was, “We are the experts on ourselves and we will tell the experts they have nothing to tell us!” But it took a few years to get that across.
The movement of those days was a very unassertive, apologetic, defensive kind of structure. Not taking strong positions. Giving a hearing to everybody and saying, “All views must be heard, even those with the most harshly and viciously condemnatory. As long as it dealt with homosexuality they must be given a fair hearing.” Drivel! And I… That didn’t suit my personality. And the Mattachine Society of Washington was formed around my personality.
We characterized ourselves within the movement as an activist militant organization. Well, those were very dirty words in those days in the movement such as it was. This was ’61 and ’62.
Eric: No one else was, except for the civil rights movement just…
Frank: It was just beginning. Even within the gay movement, even more so. You weren’t supposed to be.
Eric: Did you have an overall goal? A stated plan of what you were going to do as an organization?
Frank: That was sort of set out in our statement of purposes, which I could dig out.
Eric: Generally, what was it?
Frank: Generally to work for gay rights, although gay rights as such wasn’t necessarily the phrase of choice of those days. But to achieve equality for homosexuals and homosexuality against heterosexuals and heterosexuality. Equality, I guess, was the primary theme.
Eric: That wasn’t born in ’69, those ideas.
Frank: Oh, certainly not! ‘69 wouldn’t have happened if we hadn’t come along.
Eric: But as you know, that’s not how it…
Frank: Well, they’re wrong. We started—to digress before I get back—we started picketing here in ‘65, which first created the mind set which allowed for gays doing openly public things by way of demonstration, as gays. There would not have been Stonewall if the mind set hadn’t already been established by us for that in ‘65, with our subsequent demonstrations year by year which were widely publicized in New York, at Independence Hall every Fourth of July each year after ’65. And which was being publicized in ’69 in preparation for that one when Stonewall occurred. And it would have never have occurred to gay people to do anything publicly if we hadn’t already started it.
Eric: What happened to your case though?
Frank: My case was dead with the Supreme Court. That ended that permanently.
Eric: The Commission changed its rule in ‘75. You must recall first hearing about that.
Frank: They called me up. By that time I was on—I speak with obvious hyperbole and figuratively—on virtually daily communication with the general counsel of the Civil Service Commission. He knew my cases. He knew other things that had come along.
Eric: So people were coming to you.
Frank: Oh, yes, he had informed me eighteen months before in ‘73 that they were beginning the process of changing their policy, but there are a lot minds that had to be changed inside the Commission and he informed me that it was going to come out on July 4, except that July 4 was a holiday, so it was going to have to be July 3, very appropriately. And that’s when they issued the news release and the formal change in policy.
Eric: July 3, 1975.
Frank: Yes, 1975. And that carried the day very nicely, until, of course, in ‘78, under the Carter administration, the Civil Service Reform Act went through Congress and that abolished the Civil Service Commission under that name. It’s the Office of Personnel Management, the O.P.M. Changed all the laws. So that, that’s one battle, one book, that has nicely been closed and put on a shelf as a complete success.
So at this point I’m sort of, I don’t know, people call me a living legend or…
Eric: I’ve heard that phrase. Do you like being called a living legend?
Frank: It doesn’t bother me. It’s complimentary. Or humorously, the world’s oldest living homosexual. Or the grandfather or the great-grandfather of the gay movement, which is not technically correct, as you well know.
Life takes its turnings, and you don’t foresee them. But ultimately, in retrospect, life has been more exciting and stimulating and interesting and satisfying and rewarding and fulfilling than I ever could possibly have dreamed it would have been.
———
I hope that by hearing Frank’s voice and a bit of his story that you have a sense of why he continues to inspire me and so many others.
There are three key lessons that Frank has taught me that I want to share with you:
Have confidence in your beliefs;
Fight for what’s right;
And even in the darkest of times, never, ever, give up.
We’re recording this two days after the election and part of me feels like giving up. I’m scared. I’m angry. I’m heartsick. But part of me also feels like I need to do something. On my own. And collectively. So I’m going to hang on to Frank’s fighting spirit for inspiration and remind myself that he didn’t give up. I shouldn’t give up. We shouldn’t give up. Not now. Not ever. No way.
I have two favorite photographs of Frank that I’ve posted on our website at makinggayhistory.com. The first is from a protest Frank organized and led in front of the White House in 1965. So for anyone who thinks there wasn’t a gay rights movement before 1969, look at that photograph. They are dressed in coats and ties for a good reason. Frank was an incredible marketer. His belief was, “Don’t get in the way of your message.” And if you wear a coat and tie and the women wear skirts and heels—which looks pretty ridiculous to our eyes—they knew, Frank knew, that you don’t get in the way of your message.
Frank is carrying a sign that says, “We Want: Federal Honorable Discharge…”—they weren’t even fighting to stay in the military; they at least wanted honorable discharges if they were thrown out—”Security Clearance…”—because you couldn’t get a job in the government and needed security clearance—and they wanted “Conferences with Our Government Officials.” So you’ll see that sign that Frank is carrying.
The second photo is of Frank shaking President Obama’s hand at a 2009 White House ceremony after signing a memorandum providing benefits to the same-sex partners of federal employees. This was before marriage equality became the law of the land. You can only see Frank from the side, but his smile and the President’s smile light up the room. In 2009, Frank also got a formal letter of apology from the U.S. Government for having fired him in 1957. Persistence paid off.
For a man who fought to break down the barriers between the federal government and the nation’s gay citizens, it seems fitting that Frank’s extensive papers now reside in the Library of Congress. And that’s thanks to the efforts of my friend Bob Witeck and several others.
Frank died on October 11, 2011, just weeks before his house was listed in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. You can find it online. Frank was 86.
Many talented people made this podcast possible. Thank you to our executive producer, Sara Burningham, our audio engineer, Casey Holford, and our composer, Fritz Myers.
Thank you also to our social media guru, Hannah Moch, for getting the word out about us, our webmaster Jonathan Dozier-Ezell, who’s made our podcast website a beautiful thing, and Zachary Seltzer, the man responsible for each episode’s show notes. We had production help from Jenna Weiss-Berman who believed in this podcast even before it was a podcast and always gives me good advice.
Making Gay History is a co-production of Pineapple Street Media, with assistance from the New York Public Library’s Manuscripts and Archives Division.
Funding is provided by the Arcus Foundation, which is dedicated to the idea that people can live in harmony—we can hope—with one another and the natural world. Learn more about Arcus and its partners at ArcusFoundation.org.
And if you like what you’ve heard, please subscribe to Making Gay History on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also listen to all our episodes on makinggayhistory.com. That’s also where you’ll find photos and information about each of our interview subjects, including Frank Kameny.
So long. Until next time.
submitted by ThirtydaysofPride to askgaybros [link] [comments]


2020.06.03 16:13 Quippykisset AL3

https://www.angel.co/antonios-fix
https://www.angel.co/tom-adams
https://www.angel.co/eyalh
https://www.angel.co/axel-eduardo-vielma-ordonez
https://www.angel.co/michael-banks-2
https://www.angel.co/mrsambertelfer-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/andrea-johnson-1
https://www.angel.co/pranav-pai
https://www.angel.co/james-birch-2
https://www.angel.co/suzanna-chiu
https://www.angel.co/ekwiti
https://www.angel.co/harniman
https://www.angel.co/marti-berg
https://www.angel.co/adamgries
https://www.angel.co/alexbaldwin
https://www.angel.co/bo-shen
https://www.angel.co/salomon
https://www.angel.co/ashish-dave
https://www.angel.co/andrew-kurland
https://www.angel.co/brad-neuman
https://www.angel.co/arve-hanstveit
https://www.angel.co/jeroen-bertrams
https://www.angel.co/bap
https://www.angel.co/pascal-bordat
https://www.angel.co/sbstern
https://www.angel.co/genesisnanotech
https://www.angel.co/anna-r-palmer
https://www.angel.co/alexander-davis
https://www.angel.co/sujay-babu-sekar
https://www.angel.co/zorian-rotenberg
https://www.angel.co/usman-ashraf-1
https://www.angel.co/frederick-bamber
https://www.angel.co/mitchthrower
https://www.angel.co/alejandro-t-reynal
https://www.angel.co/david-bevacqua
https://www.angel.co/peter-meisl
https://www.angel.co/chris-barley
https://www.angel.co/jas-khara
https://www.angel.co/rudy-siva
https://www.angel.co/hunter-beaumont
https://www.angel.co/kumar-kilari
https://www.angel.co/nbolton
https://www.angel.co/patricko
https://www.angel.co/ali-reza-moschtaghi
https://www.angel.co/daniel-r-zaterman
https://www.angel.co/alanm
https://www.angel.co/paul-shapansky
https://www.angel.co/tom-pryor
https://www.angel.co/brad-dolan
https://www.angel.co/ben-nader
https://www.angel.co/j-basilio-simoes
https://www.angel.co/joe-boyle-1
https://www.angel.co/dimitri-tsamados
https://www.angel.co/pascal-belloncle
https://www.angel.co/phillip-parker
https://www.angel.co/daniel-aronowitz
https://www.angel.co/michaellints
https://www.angel.co/daniel-benbassat
https://www.angel.co/joshua-chodniewicz
https://www.angel.co/shayna-modarresi
https://www.angel.co/avantglobal
https://www.angel.co/alexa-barron
https://www.angel.co/trevor-williams
https://www.angel.co/wayne-gerard
https://www.angel.co/anhminhdo
https://www.angel.co/tommvf
https://www.angel.co/steve-walling
https://www.angel.co/bob-senoff
https://www.angel.co/soundboy
https://www.angel.co/bruce-d-revzin
https://www.angel.co/amir-kanpurwala
https://www.angel.co/9aa
https://www.angel.co/nadav-berger
https://www.angel.co/davidskch
https://www.angel.co/galia-kut
https://www.angel.co/justin-bingham
https://www.angel.co/brendan-dickinson
https://www.angel.co/ajhudson
https://www.angel.co/yuval-ariav
https://www.angel.co/waldr
https://www.angel.co/stedmanhood-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/seth-lowry
https://www.angel.co/john-schmocker
https://www.angel.co/alastair-trueger
https://www.angel.co/bernhard-gold
https://www.angel.co/andrew-zubrilin-1
https://www.angel.co/ayush-gupta-8
https://www.angel.co/justin-zollars
https://www.angel.co/jared-slosberg
https://www.angel.co/brad-klaas
https://www.angel.co/john-hartnett
https://www.angel.co/steve-boymel
https://www.angel.co/patrice-decafmeyer
https://www.angel.co/ali-reza-adl-tabatabai
https://www.angel.co/adam-honore
https://www.angel.co/alexanderkvamme
https://www.angel.co/alan-chang
https://www.angel.co/peter-krmpotic
https://www.angel.co/idea-2
https://www.angel.co/daniel-terepins-1
https://www.angel.co/brian-o-halloran
https://www.angel.co/abosnian-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/evgomezleal
https://www.angel.co/howie-hecht
https://www.angel.co/simon-choi-1
https://www.angel.co/sahil-choudhry-asa
https://www.angel.co/jarbon
https://www.angel.co/pmeyers88
https://www.angel.co/balakrishnan-kunnambath-cfa
https://www.angel.co/larry-levy-2
https://www.angel.co/nick-avey
https://www.angel.co/benjamindouglasfox
https://www.angel.co/alessandrovigilante
https://www.angel.co/erik-thomas
https://www.angel.co/billbar
https://www.angel.co/willmurphy
https://www.angel.co/jeremy-liddle
https://www.angel.co/david-beazley-4
https://www.angel.co/ehjerpe
https://www.angel.co/blake-machado
https://www.angel.co/selcuk\_sarac
https://www.angel.co/brian-walsh-4
https://www.angel.co/sfadam
https://www.angel.co/omar-calvo
https://www.angel.co/ericbahn
https://www.angel.co/steve-boord
https://www.angel.co/benmcneil
https://www.angel.co/maximilian-bleyleben
https://www.angel.co/atul-vachhani
https://www.angel.co/moses-icyishaka
https://www.angel.co/alif
https://www.angel.co/mveith32
https://www.angel.co/thisisaleksey
https://www.angel.co/mo-khan
https://www.angel.co/isami-morris
https://www.angel.co/tseears
https://www.angel.co/armen-minasian
https://www.angel.co/eric-adleman-1
https://www.angel.co/ventilla
https://www.angel.co/marc-balkin-1
https://www.angel.co/brad-maienschein
https://www.angel.co/matt-trustrum
https://www.angel.co/pcarrescia
https://www.angel.co/mark-halstead
https://www.angel.co/bquimby
https://www.angel.co/angelbrane
https://www.angel.co/roi-1
https://www.angel.co/zakdavid
https://www.angel.co/vivian-stewart
https://www.angel.co/aymeric-boelle-1
https://www.angel.co/ohad-shaked-1
https://www.angel.co/helenhockney
https://www.angel.co/tammycamp
https://www.angel.co/gabriel-martinez
https://www.angel.co/alex-i-2
https://www.angel.co/paunonen
https://www.angel.co/pilu
https://www.angel.co/amir-moulavi
https://www.angel.co/alex-bogusky
https://www.angel.co/amit-kanabar-1
https://www.angel.co/nathan-cherry
https://www.angel.co/jigs-1
https://www.angel.co/arlogilbert
https://www.angel.co/bill-gordon
https://www.angel.co/reez-nordin
https://www.angel.co/jessie-liu-10
https://www.angel.co/buildingburma
https://www.angel.co/ningkai
https://www.angel.co/jason-feldman-3
https://www.angel.co/bracket-capital-manager
https://www.angel.co/poweredbydan
https://www.angel.co/eddy
https://www.angel.co/brandon-kleinman
https://www.angel.co/bart-wouters
https://www.angel.co/ruben-azrak
https://www.angel.co/bart-medici
https://www.angel.co/barbara-astiaangels-org
https://www.angel.co/chris-boudreaux-1
https://www.angel.co/andrew-gillis
https://www.angel.co/robert-do
https://www.angel.co/ssubo
https://www.angel.co/arvind-mathur
https://www.angel.co/leightonsmith12
https://www.angel.co/andrew-gordon-4
https://www.angel.co/brand-acumen-llc
https://www.angel.co/djamel-bettahar
https://www.angel.co/dirk-wolter
https://www.angel.co/amit-bhatia-1
https://www.angel.co/charles-marsh-3
https://www.angel.co/armen
https://www.angel.co/bengreenfieldfitness
https://www.angel.co/andy-bello
brianspencermartin
https://www.angel.co/darren-patterson
https://www.angel.co/paddy-hogan
https://www.angel.co/mark-rainosek
https://www.angel.co/beninato
https://www.angel.co/chumster
https://www.angel.co/adamlwhite-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/dilip-c-bhatia
https://www.angel.co/beckham-thomas
https://www.angel.co/martinbalas
https://www.angel.co/elena-sapegina
https://www.angel.co/bernardmoon
https://www.angel.co/jack-wang-28
https://www.angel.co/soeren-mund
https://www.angel.co/theasiainvestor
https://www.angel.co/adriaan
https://www.angel.co/joey-nelson
https://www.angel.co/ashish-bhargava
https://www.angel.co/jon-belmonte-1
https://www.angel.co/jrichards
https://www.angel.co/alexander-schepers
https://www.angel.co/andrew-bart
https://www.angel.co/robert-bailey
https://www.angel.co/nick-fasano
https://www.angel.co/shyam-narayanan
https://www.angel.co/h-mark-sponseller
https://www.angel.co/lbrentpoole
https://www.angel.co/ashley-reed
https://www.angel.co/alfonso-von-wunschheim
https://www.angel.co/andy-boyer
https://www.angel.co/adamquinton
https://www.angel.co/steven-van-houwelingen
https://www.angel.co/austinvedder
https://www.angel.co/bonjeanromain
https://www.angel.co/azlen
https://www.angel.co/john-austin-5494360
https://www.angel.co/aniszczyk
https://www.angel.co/brentdance
https://www.angel.co/alex-steffan
https://www.angel.co/matthew-finnimore
https://www.angel.co/joel-smolen
https://www.angel.co/murad-bayar
https://www.angel.co/bob111-aol-com
https://www.angel.co/yang-ericw-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/tulio-azevedo-machado
https://www.angel.co/arnoldoreyes
https://www.angel.co/anar-mammadov-3
https://www.angel.co/ohad-reshef
https://www.angel.co/kaushal-kulkarni
https://www.angel.co/suchitgupta
https://www.angel.co/joefalore
https://www.angel.co/daniel-scalosub
https://www.angel.co/dannybernstein
https://www.angel.co/adam-levyn
https://www.angel.co/andrew-leys
https://www.angel.co/colby-blitz
https://www.angel.co/amit-samdariya
https://www.angel.co/armaan-sarkar
https://www.angel.co/avelan
https://www.angel.co/ben-bandaru
https://www.angel.co/cwil
https://www.angel.co/ajhit406
https://www.angel.co/savinay-berry
https://www.angel.co/ross-buhrdorf
https://www.angel.co/brian-brooks-9
https://www.angel.co/ali-abbasi-7
https://www.angel.co/jonathan-basse
https://www.angel.co/roberto-nespolo
https://www.angel.co/mannypalvarez
https://www.angel.co/adamkalamchi
https://www.angel.co/kinkead-reiling
https://www.angel.co/andrea-ferzoco
https://www.angel.co/alex-keith
https://www.angel.co/yaniv-shirazi
https://www.angel.co/amalievk
https://www.angel.co/bengt-lowgren
https://www.angel.co/john-akerley
https://www.angel.co/amber-cole-1
https://www.angel.co/brandon-ngiam
https://www.angel.co/sumit-varshney-2
https://www.angel.co/prath-reddy
https://www.angel.co/alfred-lin
https://www.angel.co/cowgill
https://www.angel.co/asad-husain
https://www.angel.co/ashfontana
https://www.angel.co/alexander-andreas
https://www.angel.co/matthew-grant-1
https://www.angel.co/michael-blickenstaff
https://www.angel.co/brad-schoen
https://www.angel.co/kayvon-sadeghi-1
https://www.angel.co/elibernstein
https://www.angel.co/scott-ellison
https://www.angel.co/hansgieskes
https://www.angel.co/kamil-borowik
https://www.angel.co/rumela-das
https://www.angel.co/tyler-ares
https://www.angel.co/makis-levis
https://www.angel.co/roman-kostochka
https://www.angel.co/erling-amble
https://www.angel.co/deependra-bhartari
https://www.angel.co/andy-nowka
https://www.angel.co/susan-m-biglieri
https://www.angel.co/christopher-adams-14
https://www.angel.co/hhulian
https://www.angel.co/piergiorgio-mangialardi
https://www.angel.co/olexandr-chernyak
https://www.angel.co/rishi-bhorania
https://www.angel.co/taj-ahmad
https://www.angel.co/ryan-kiskis-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/brad-giblin
https://www.angel.co/nicolas-arqueros
https://www.angel.co/ryan-aviles
https://www.angel.co/neeral-shah
https://www.angel.co/nbt
https://www.angel.co/barrett-cohn
https://www.angel.co/arjun-bhohi
https://www.angel.co/adg-1
https://www.angel.co/biederman
https://www.angel.co/gandishh-aol-com
https://www.angel.co/nilesh-bansal
https://www.angel.co/shudhan-kohli
https://www.angel.co/pankaj-berde
https://www.angel.co/owen-gunden
https://www.angel.co/ankit-agrawal-3
https://www.angel.co/andrew-masanto
https://www.angel.co/brandon-drew
https://www.angel.co/tonino-belmonte
https://www.angel.co/keith-mayer-1
https://www.angel.co/brice
https://www.angel.co/wayt
https://www.angel.co/gary-c-bjorklund
https://www.angel.co/aman-brar
https://www.angel.co/nmberkovits
https://www.angel.co/brandon-mcganty
https://www.angel.co/jose-osorio-2
https://www.angel.co/steve-weinrib
https://www.angel.co/ravi-thottempudi
https://www.angel.co/mokoyfman
https://www.angel.co/braden-merritt
https://www.angel.co/brock-mcdonald-cfa
https://www.angel.co/dr-lee-h-babcock-m-agri-specialist
https://www.angel.co/ahmed-alshushan
https://www.angel.co/tom-peruzzi
https://www.angel.co/kevin-mcclave
https://www.angel.co/ben-williamson
https://www.angel.co/douglas-clinton
https://www.angel.co/ahmed-alnasser
https://www.angel.co/ardaeviraf-minocherhomjee
https://www.angel.co/lsagalovsky
https://www.angel.co/bartd
https://www.angel.co/andrew-hall-14
https://www.angel.co/sebastian-pollok
https://www.angel.co/mcintoshdavid
https://www.angel.co/brad-cohen-2
https://www.angel.co/brryant
https://www.angel.co/arthur-d-hauteville
https://www.angel.co/darwin-romero
https://www.angel.co/preetish-nijhawan
https://www.angel.co/arshaad-a-mirza
https://www.angel.co/jaffe-josh-gmail-com
https://www.angel.co/bill-raney
https://www.angel.co/brita-rosenheim
https://www.angel.co/joseph-hessling
https://www.angel.co/danwinter
https://www.angel.co/brandon-krieg
https://www.angel.co/portman-wills
https://www.angel.co/vinay-patankar
https://www.angel.co/bikkykhosla
https://www.angel.co/marty-weiss
https://www.angel.co/brooksjordan
https://www.angel.co/anup-mahansaria
https://www.angel.co/scott-mccarty
https://www.angel.co/yoheinakajima
https://www.angel.co/darnell-dunn
https://www.angel.co/philippe-suchet
https://www.angel.co/chintaka-ranatunga
https://www.angel.co/bob-carter
https://www.angel.co/jakeschwartz55
https://www.angel.co/brian-palacios
https://www.angel.co/bo-pedersen
https://www.angel.co/alan-downie
https://www.angel.co/bahaeddin-baha-nakiboglu
https://www.angel.co/jonathan-katz-1
https://www.angel.co/musclenerd23
https://www.angel.co/amit-anand
https://www.angel.co/larry-berkin
https://www.angel.co/marshall-mosher
https://www.angel.co/alexisfarcet
https://www.angel.co/david-boronat
https://www.angel.co/mark-donovan-4
https://www.angel.co/pamosioannidis
https://www.angel.co/brian-marick
https://www.angel.co/christopher-bergh
https://www.angel.co/nickwyman
https://www.angel.co/michael-bacon
https://www.angel.co/miked3
https://www.angel.co/brentfranks
https://www.angel.co/david-beatty-3
https://www.angel.co/ssargeant
https://www.angel.co/denis-hebert
https://www.angel.co/pallav-nadhani
https://www.angel.co/atul-chhabra
https://www.angel.co/jpaulos
https://www.angel.co/thedaoist
https://www.angel.co/bmodersitzki
https://www.angel.co/armano
https://www.angel.co/aunim
https://www.angel.co/ckurdziel
https://www.angel.co/rajet-krishnan
https://www.angel.co/vikduggal
https://www.angel.co/bvu
https://www.angel.co/brian-keil
https://www.angel.co/paul-maragakis
https://www.angel.co/omri-amir-12
https://www.angel.co/ananda-nandy
https://www.angel.co/alan-albert
https://www.angel.co/elliott-bisnow
https://www.angel.co/vijayaraghavan-amirisetty
https://www.angel.co/braemar-angels
https://www.angel.co/nilanjana-bhowmik
https://www.angel.co/dirk-massie
https://www.angel.co/sainath-gupta-1
https://www.angel.co/roger-soler-blanch
https://www.angel.co/thomas-rice
https://www.angel.co/matt-mcpherron
https://www.angel.co/amitc
https://www.angel.co/bryanrbradford
https://www.angel.co/arihant-jain
https://www.angel.co/ashutosh-jhaveri
https://www.angel.co/anees
https://www.angel.co/david-rodnitzky
https://www.angel.co/alex-millar-2
https://www.angel.co/douglas-manofsky
https://www.angel.co/evantstafford
https://www.angel.co/cameron-lester
https://www.angel.co/amy-gu-1
https://www.angel.co/jeremy-snepar
https://www.angel.co/umair-aziz
https://www.angel.co/michael-kane-cfa
https://www.angel.co/tkusui
https://www.angel.co/acchou
https://www.angel.co/patrick-de-laive
https://www.angel.co/seth-berger-1
https://www.angel.co/elias
https://www.angel.co/arajendiran
https://www.angel.co/burckhardt-bonello
https://www.angel.co/adam-kaliszewski
https://www.angel.co/han-verstraete
https://www.angel.co/matthew-lee-43
https://www.angel.co/siroya1
https://www.angel.co/brian-tomeo-1
https://www.angel.co/alexander-walsh
https://www.angel.co/allen-morgan
https://www.angel.co/alex-robart
https://www.angel.co/alexandre-de-beaulieu
https://www.angel.co/gonzal3x
https://www.angel.co/gordon-monk-1
https://www.angel.co/frederik-serup
https://www.angel.co/shlomi-podgaetz
https://www.angel.co/adrianhreyes
https://www.angel.co/yun-liu-8
https://www.angel.co/brian-schwartz-2
https://www.angel.co/peter-s-kastner
https://www.angel.co/daniel-ben-aron
https://www.angel.co/allan-vermeulen
https://www.angel.co/benjaminlevy74
https://www.angel.co/adrianbunter
https://www.angel.co/collaborateking
https://www.angel.co/ashwin-muni
https://www.angel.co/aristo-partners-1
https://www.angel.co/kenazar
https://www.angel.co/david-berger-17
https://www.angel.co/minda-brusse
https://www.angel.co/jane-akdoruk
https://www.angel.co/bradd-kern
https://www.angel.co/alex-aydin
https://www.angel.co/michael-paris
https://www.angel.co/christian-beck-2
https://www.angel.co/doug-mancosky
https://www.angel.co/benjamin-garcia2
https://www.angel.co/siddharth-bhansali
https://www.angel.co/indrani-chakravarty
https://www.angel.co/marc-hartog
https://www.angel.co/suzyryoo
https://www.angel.co/sigward-sigward-com
https://www.angel.co/qiyun-cai
https://www.angel.co/ericbcutler
https://www.angel.co/andrewmccormack
https://www.angel.co/mike-primeaux
https://www.angel.co/barry-daniels-1
https://www.angel.co/aime-achard
https://www.angel.co/urs-cete
https://www.angel.co/craig-issod
https://www.angel.co/mnaayem
https://www.angel.co/skernes
https://www.angel.co/flyingzumwalt
https://www.angel.co/mearon
https://www.angel.co/dela-awayn-com
https://www.angel.co/goel-amol
https://www.angel.co/mohammad-ali-10
https://www.angel.co/matt-gilbert-8
https://www.angel.co/rizk-sahyoun
https://www.angel.co/talkeinan
https://www.angel.co/lars-blanco-hansen-1
https://www.angel.co/ron-balchandani
https://www.angel.co/armando-biondi
https://www.angel.co/denimceo
https://www.angel.co/brian-ehrlich-1
https://www.angel.co/bill-michels
https://www.angel.co/charles-boorady
https://www.angel.co/ryan-hunt-2
https://www.angel.co/peter-albers
https://www.angel.co/phelan
https://www.angel.co/siddartha-naidu
https://www.angel.co/edesiree
https://www.angel.co/rod-barfield
https://www.angel.co/caruana
https://www.angel.co/ajay-patel-7
https://www.angel.co/kiarash-adl
https://www.angel.co/alejandrovelasco
https://www.angel.co/suhas-gopinath
https://www.angel.co/johnfox
https://www.angel.co/francisco-herrero
https://www.angel.co/steve-semelsberger
https://www.angel.co/victor-asemota
https://www.angel.co/alexander-shkolnik
https://www.angel.co/yaron-kniajer
https://www.angel.co/kevin-barenblat
https://www.angel.co/petelehrman
https://www.angel.co/campbell-andrews
https://www.angel.co/alex-petrov-3
https://www.angel.co/rserranon
https://www.angel.co/orlando-yabiku-s
https://www.angel.co/l-joseph-schmoke
https://www.angel.co/ramon-acedo
https://www.angel.co/jonah-manning
https://www.angel.co/imisra
https://www.angel.co/bora-kem
https://www.angel.co/mitchellfox
https://www.angel.co/warren-p-baker-iii
https://www.angel.co/bryan-baskin
https://www.angel.co/akatz
https://www.angel.co/dkimerling
https://www.angel.co/ryanborn
https://www.angel.co/dennis-fehrenbacher
https://www.angel.co/alberto-gomez-2
https://www.angel.co/adit-vaidya
https://www.angel.co/kai-bolik
https://www.angel.co/alana-wexler
https://www.angel.co/kevin-hollins
https://www.angel.co/mike-beames
https://www.angel.co/aross89
https://www.angel.co/birgerlie
bonniehk
https://www.angel.co/kundan-s-shekhawat
https://www.angel.co/hugoblum
https://www.angel.co/jaycock
https://www.angel.co/boris-onefater
https://www.angel.co/luke-antal
https://www.angel.co/helz
https://www.angel.co/brian-lee-106
https://www.angel.co/krishna-gupta
https://www.angel.co/genexp
https://www.angel.co/bradian-muliadi-1
https://www.angel.co/arvydasdabulskis
https://www.angel.co/alexandre-lebrun
https://www.angel.co/allan-amnon-fisch
https://www.angel.co/garu2000
https://www.angel.co/denis-biju-duval
https://www.angel.co/vwtalbert
https://www.angel.co/kevin-jornlin
https://www.angel.co/david-basiji
https://www.angel.co/anoop-adya
https://www.angel.co/carsonmehl
https://www.angel.co/aybike-doganci-crott
https://www.angel.co/bilahari-akkiraju
https://www.angel.co/benjamin-clark-8
https://www.angel.co/shivmadan
https://www.angel.co/tomzachystal
https://www.angel.co/brett-haymond
https://www.angel.co/martin-nance
https://www.angel.co/lorraine-fox-1
https://www.angel.co/marc-doolittle
https://www.angel.co/amir-b-e
https://www.angel.co/bradley-reid
https://www.angel.co/blair-j-ryan
https://www.angel.co/doron-cohen
https://www.angel.co/patrick-horsman-cfa
https://www.angel.co/michael-smith-52
submitted by Quippykisset to peaceCorpsCoding [link] [comments]


2020.06.02 15:50 Quippykisset ins14

https://investorscout.co/investors/christina-bechhold-russ
https://investorscout.co/investors/kelly-klein
https://investorscout.co/investors/eckhard-ortwein
https://investorscout.co/investors/uzo-ometu
https://investorscout.co/investors/angela-ferrante
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-p-roever
https://investorscout.co/investors/vivian-luo
https://investorscout.co/investors/chip-bay
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexander-pease
https://investorscout.co/investors/marcel-van-der-heijden
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-maccaw
https://investorscout.co/investors/hussein-barakat
https://investorscout.co/investors/marcelo-berger-cfa
https://investorscout.co/investors/sergio-mur-boada
https://investorscout.co/investors/bran-kalmar
https://investorscout.co/investors/arjun-bansal
https://investorscout.co/investors/danish-rizvi
https://investorscout.co/investors/nicolas-borgis
https://investorscout.co/investors/brent-bellm
https://investorscout.co/investors/shelly-baldwin
https://investorscout.co/investors/ellen-pao
https://investorscout.co/investors/jonathan-friedman
https://investorscout.co/investors/nitish-mehta
https://investorscout.co/investors/lukas-bouvrie
https://investorscout.co/investors/alejo-chouela
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-hu
https://investorscout.co/investors/sanjay-nath
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-butler
https://investorscout.co/investors/brent-kelton
https://investorscout.co/investors/bruce-falck
https://investorscout.co/investors/brandon-saw
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-bresee
https://investorscout.co/investors/alan-braverman
https://investorscout.co/investors/wesley-barrow
https://investorscout.co/investors/eric-hjerpe
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-dobbrick
https://investorscout.co/investors/carol-gallagher
https://investorscout.co/investors/jas-khara
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-walls
https://investorscout.co/investors/amelia-boone
https://investorscout.co/investors/atul-vachhani
https://investorscout.co/investors/ken-baylor
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexander-rafael
https://investorscout.co/investors/hiten-suthar
https://investorscout.co/investors/albert-prast
https://investorscout.co/investors/josh-gillespie
https://investorscout.co/investors/rahim-md-earteza
https://investorscout.co/investors/rishi-narayan
https://investorscout.co/investors/zach-piester
https://investorscout.co/investors/sean-hge
https://investorscout.co/investors/dan-kashman
https://investorscout.co/investors/jorge-luiz-botrel-junior
https://investorscout.co/investors/john-mh-mogensen
https://investorscout.co/investors/brad-flaugher
https://investorscout.co/investors/aviv-asulin
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-roth
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-mcininch
https://investorscout.co/investors/max-shapiro
https://investorscout.co/investors/robert-barron
https://investorscout.co/investors/anderson-hicklen
https://investorscout.co/investors/aristo-partners
https://investorscout.co/investors/prakash-jhawar
https://investorscout.co/investors/faisal-aftab
https://investorscout.co/investors/vidya-sagar-s
https://investorscout.co/investors/tom-adams
https://investorscout.co/investors/alberto-sheinfeld
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-de-aboitiz
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-chehansky
https://investorscout.co/investors/gary-baddeley
https://investorscout.co/investors/richard-kimball
https://investorscout.co/investors/adrien-prot
https://investorscout.co/investors/kingsley-advani
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-wengert
https://investorscout.co/investors/landon-morales
https://investorscout.co/investors/yoni-blau
https://investorscout.co/investors/josh-holtzman
https://investorscout.co/investors/asdasdadsas-asdasdasd-asd
https://investorscout.co/investors/evan-rabble-henshawplath
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-lopez-ridruejo
https://investorscout.co/investors/alta-sparling
https://investorscout.co/investors/mihovil-barani
https://investorscout.co/investors/dean-mcclelland
https://investorscout.co/investors/eran-bielski
https://investorscout.co/investors/bryan-goodwin
https://investorscout.co/investors/allen-brouwer
https://investorscout.co/investors/lauren-booker-allen
https://investorscout.co/investors/ajay-madan
https://investorscout.co/investors/chris-adelsbach
https://investorscout.co/investors/louis-coppey
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexander-pack
https://investorscout.co/investors/sanjay-gupta
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-ben-kotch
https://investorscout.co/investors/bo-shen
https://investorscout.co/investors/azeem-ansar
https://investorscout.co/investors/julia-forsyth
https://investorscout.co/investors/ali-afridi
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-mavredakis
https://investorscout.co/investors/samir-sampat
https://investorscout.co/investors/scott-julian
https://investorscout.co/investors/mike-beames
https://investorscout.co/investors/chip-bay
https://investorscout.co/investors/brennen-hodge
https://investorscout.co/investors/zidi-wei
https://investorscout.co/investors/muhannad-abulhasan
https://investorscout.co/investors/jeanpatrice-anciaux
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-blum
https://investorscout.co/investors/tom-mills
https://investorscout.co/investors/aditya-mattoo
https://investorscout.co/investors/amanda-lettmann
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-agger
https://investorscout.co/investors/patrick-heim
https://investorscout.co/investors/roman-reed
https://investorscout.co/investors/beppe-camia
https://investorscout.co/investors/carl-bass
https://investorscout.co/investors/pokkhet-ratchakitprakarn
https://investorscout.co/investors/brad-dolan
https://investorscout.co/investors/matt-hersh
https://investorscout.co/investors/jerome-mol
https://investorscout.co/investors/samuel-agius
https://investorscout.co/investors/gaurav-aggarwal
https://investorscout.co/investors/bassam-saliba
https://investorscout.co/investors/ambar-bhattacharyya
https://investorscout.co/investors/matt-bittner
https://investorscout.co/investors/patrick-horsman-cfa
https://investorscout.co/investors/rodrigo-abreu
https://investorscout.co/investors/geoff-hamm
https://investorscout.co/investors/steven-gomberg
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-grenier
https://investorscout.co/investors/peter-lehrman
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-milsom
https://investorscout.co/investors/mohd-ridzwan-nordin
https://investorscout.co/investors/jon-carrharris
https://investorscout.co/investors/vanessa-bartram
https://investorscout.co/investors/arun-sikka
https://investorscout.co/investors/barney-dalton
https://investorscout.co/investors/sofia-hmich
https://investorscout.co/investors/barry-schuler
https://investorscout.co/investors/bhaskar-chadalavada
https://investorscout.co/investors/graham-free
https://investorscout.co/investors/alan-mcconnell
https://investorscout.co/investors/nick-oganesoff
https://investorscout.co/investors/christopher-piedmonte
https://investorscout.co/investors/allen-lo
https://investorscout.co/investors/george-davanzo
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-roberts
https://investorscout.co/investors/annette-bianchi
https://investorscout.co/investors/leo-tenenblat
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-blanck
https://investorscout.co/investors/jorey-bernstein
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-tomeo
https://investorscout.co/investors/lamide-adeosun
https://investorscout.co/investors/maurice-bakley
https://investorscout.co/investors/ken-morse
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-gould
https://investorscout.co/investors/sugam-sarin
https://investorscout.co/investors/tom-kysar
https://investorscout.co/investors/benoit-barrier
https://investorscout.co/investors/alan-harris
https://investorscout.co/investors/brandon-m-geraldo
https://investorscout.co/investors/ryan-burke
https://investorscout.co/investors/brendan-synnott
https://investorscout.co/investors/derick-downs
https://investorscout.co/investors/john-kobs
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-curtis
https://investorscout.co/investors/peter-bradley
https://investorscout.co/investors/scott-griest
https://investorscout.co/investors/marty-weiss
https://investorscout.co/investors/bhuvan-mittal
https://investorscout.co/investors/anup-mahansaria
https://investorscout.co/investors/amit-jain
https://investorscout.co/investors/chris-bishko
https://investorscout.co/investors/alan-c
https://investorscout.co/investors/joshua-summers
https://investorscout.co/investors/yohei-nakajima
https://investorscout.co/investors/chris-bon
https://investorscout.co/investors/ariel-jalali
https://investorscout.co/investors/jeffrey-wan
https://investorscout.co/investors/andres-lares
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-cramer
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-russell
https://investorscout.co/investors/dr-mark-hon
https://investorscout.co/investors/aykut-karaalioglu
https://investorscout.co/investors/ada-hui
https://investorscout.co/investors/alberto-cuevas
https://investorscout.co/investors/alan-hibben
https://investorscout.co/investors/ryan-maynard
https://investorscout.co/investors/carlos-salim-tibi
https://investorscout.co/investors/brandon-bryant
https://investorscout.co/investors/kerim-baran
https://investorscout.co/investors/eduardo-abreu
https://investorscout.co/investors/joel-vergs
https://investorscout.co/investors/charles-lorenceau
https://investorscout.co/investors/devdutt-yellurkar
https://investorscout.co/investors/aditya-doshi
https://investorscout.co/investors/patrick-garrity
https://investorscout.co/investors/wade-eyerly
https://investorscout.co/investors/arnas-iugda
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-lerner
https://investorscout.co/investors/bijan-m-marashi
https://investorscout.co/investors/sandeep-birla
https://investorscout.co/investors/brett-donovan
https://investorscout.co/investors/jung-suh
https://investorscout.co/investors/jim-ausman
https://investorscout.co/investors/adi-pundakmintz
https://investorscout.co/investors/stefanie-thomas
https://investorscout.co/investors/samuel-hodges
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-scott-riff
https://investorscout.co/investors/west-shell-iii
https://investorscout.co/investors/agape-group
https://investorscout.co/investors/wayne-pan
https://investorscout.co/investors/pieterjan-bouten
https://investorscout.co/investors/patrik-axelsson
https://investorscout.co/investors/sundip-naik
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-blickenstaff
https://investorscout.co/investors/ori-birnbaum
https://investorscout.co/investors/aunkur-arya
https://investorscout.co/investors/robert-bratzler
https://investorscout.co/investors/ricky-horwitz
https://investorscout.co/investors/matt-abrams
https://investorscout.co/investors/brent-dorfman
https://investorscout.co/investors/susanne-mitschke
https://investorscout.co/investors/eric-clymer
https://investorscout.co/investors/andy-payne
https://investorscout.co/investors/brent-dance
https://investorscout.co/investors/murad-bayar
https://investorscout.co/investors/dean-poole
https://investorscout.co/investors/ali-ahmed
https://investorscout.co/investors/jeffrey-skelton
https://investorscout.co/investors/karim-solanji
https://investorscout.co/investors/juan-lopez-salaberry
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-fares
https://investorscout.co/investors/roy-bahat
https://investorscout.co/investors/johnathan-ti
https://investorscout.co/investors/brad-rosen
https://investorscout.co/investors/anup-arora
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-goldberg
https://investorscout.co/investors/kevin-jornlin
https://investorscout.co/investors/paul-baker
https://investorscout.co/investors/ari-wallach
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-mccay
https://investorscout.co/investors/jennifer-e-byrne
https://investorscout.co/investors/arti-villa-chandok
https://investorscout.co/investors/nicolas-bernadi
https://investorscout.co/investors/brooke-seawell
https://investorscout.co/investors/gretchen-sword
https://investorscout.co/investors/morgan-beller
https://investorscout.co/investors/craig-johnson
https://investorscout.co/investors/petr-bajer
https://investorscout.co/investors/luigi-bajetti
https://investorscout.co/investors/jrgen-balle-olesen
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-hermelin
https://investorscout.co/investors/aleksandr-kaplun
https://investorscout.co/investors/geoffrey-auzou
https://investorscout.co/investors/eric-aubery
https://investorscout.co/investors/vincent-koc
https://investorscout.co/investors/teri-lowinger
https://investorscout.co/investors/constantin-gavrilenko
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-barreto
https://investorscout.co/investors/steve-abbott
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-eugene-botha
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-sharma
https://investorscout.co/investors/alfred-yang
https://investorscout.co/investors/brad-zumwalt
https://investorscout.co/investors/bart-lorang
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-beverage
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-pulis
https://investorscout.co/investors/kirill-mudrryy
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-borrus
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-silverthorne
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-acton
https://investorscout.co/investors/alistair-duff
https://investorscout.co/investors/irsal-j-alsanea
https://investorscout.co/investors/gordon-daugherty
https://investorscout.co/investors/fran-strajnar
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-allen
https://investorscout.co/investors/avant-global
https://investorscout.co/investors/doug-rivers
https://investorscout.co/investors/will-ballard
https://investorscout.co/investors/brent-farese
https://investorscout.co/investors/beagle-limited
https://investorscout.co/investors/brendan-rempel
https://investorscout.co/investors/hanno-stegmann
https://investorscout.co/investors/brett-moyer
https://investorscout.co/investors/rob-biederman
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-nguyen
https://investorscout.co/investors/prath-reddy-cfa
https://investorscout.co/investors/ramesh-nuti
https://investorscout.co/investors/cory-eaves
https://investorscout.co/investors/ruben-baerga
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-tsai
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-ainsbury
https://investorscout.co/investors/bobby-gupta
https://investorscout.co/investors/alex-asseilly
https://investorscout.co/investors/sanjay-nasta
https://investorscout.co/investors/raymond-gao
https://investorscout.co/investors/vik-vad
https://investorscout.co/investors/brendan-cook
https://investorscout.co/investors/carl-haynes
https://investorscout.co/investors/ted-c
https://investorscout.co/investors/sara-wedgwood
https://investorscout.co/investors/par-gandhi
https://investorscout.co/investors/jeffrey-carter
https://investorscout.co/investors/irfan-ranmal
https://investorscout.co/investors/travis-bogard
https://investorscout.co/investors/jared-berlin
https://investorscout.co/investors/eddie-cejvan
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-so
https://investorscout.co/investors/sam-havelock
https://investorscout.co/investors/bala-pitchaikani
https://investorscout.co/investors/martinluc-archambault
https://investorscout.co/investors/kiran-bhatraju
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-kelly
https://investorscout.co/investors/lawrence-guo
https://investorscout.co/investors/carol-gunby
https://investorscout.co/investors/izhar-armony
https://investorscout.co/investors/joey-glickman
https://investorscout.co/investors/jim-martz
https://investorscout.co/investors/nicola-riordan
https://investorscout.co/investors/gil-canaani
https://investorscout.co/investors/anthony-arrigotti
https://investorscout.co/investors/ralf-baumann
https://investorscout.co/investors/yoni-blau
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-strange
https://investorscout.co/investors/vaibhav-arya
https://investorscout.co/investors/joshua-agusta
https://investorscout.co/investors/brittany-laughlin
https://investorscout.co/investors/braja-nandan
https://investorscout.co/investors/will-martin
https://investorscout.co/investors/phineas-barnes
https://investorscout.co/investors/neal-berger
https://investorscout.co/investors/matt-bigge
https://investorscout.co/investors/patrick-coyne
https://investorscout.co/investors/arend-lars-iven
https://investorscout.co/investors/neda-blocho
https://investorscout.co/investors/virl-hill
https://investorscout.co/investors/mustafa-m
https://investorscout.co/investors/edward-peter-flinter
https://investorscout.co/investors/ian-mckelvie
https://investorscout.co/investors/john-s-yun
https://investorscout.co/investors/paul-bennetts
https://investorscout.co/investors/altan
https://investorscout.co/investors/tony-hsieh
https://investorscout.co/investors/steve-bell
https://investorscout.co/investors/craig-hall
https://investorscout.co/investors/dennis-abts
https://investorscout.co/investors/mike-markson
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-amirian
https://investorscout.co/investors/nikunj-agrawal
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexis-maskell
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-crowley
https://investorscout.co/investors/sonali-vijayavargiya
https://investorscout.co/investors/avish-bhama
https://investorscout.co/investors/lee-h-babcock
https://investorscout.co/investors/arthur-e-benjamin
https://investorscout.co/investors/pieter-van-eck
https://investorscout.co/investors/mickey-clark
https://investorscout.co/investors/aristo-purboadji-pariadji
https://investorscout.co/investors/junaid-abbasi
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-kovacs
https://investorscout.co/investors/toby-heap
https://investorscout.co/investors/olof-von-lindequist
https://investorscout.co/investors/doron-cohen
https://investorscout.co/investors/jennifer-lewis
https://investorscout.co/investors/inbae-lee
https://investorscout.co/investors/james-bilefield
https://investorscout.co/investors/ramzi-abadou
https://investorscout.co/investors/anas-siraj
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-ackerman
https://investorscout.co/investors/steve-schellbach
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexei-karpenko
https://investorscout.co/investors/bryan-stolle
https://investorscout.co/investors/darwin-hunt
https://investorscout.co/investors/lee-rierson
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-loudenslager
https://investorscout.co/investors/joshua-chodniewicz
https://investorscout.co/investors/romi-bose
https://investorscout.co/investors/derrick-hsiang
https://investorscout.co/investors/eric-ver-ploeg
https://investorscout.co/investors/chirayu-wadke
https://investorscout.co/investors/gerard-pais
https://investorscout.co/investors/ajit-sancheti
https://investorscout.co/investors/donald-baker
https://investorscout.co/investors/kris-bjomerad
https://investorscout.co/investors/alberto-barzaghi
https://investorscout.co/investors/karin-klein
https://investorscout.co/investors/adrian-fortino
https://investorscout.co/investors/ray-madronio
https://investorscout.co/investors/thomas-nilsson
https://investorscout.co/investors/eldar-buchris-krypton-vc
https://investorscout.co/investors/kim-armor
https://investorscout.co/investors/claiborne-deming
https://investorscout.co/investors/aim-achard
https://investorscout.co/investors/itay-birnboim
https://investorscout.co/investors/bulent-arslan
https://investorscout.co/investors/yuval-baharav
https://investorscout.co/investors/robert-finocchio
https://investorscout.co/investors/wenjian-zhang
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexander-blum
https://investorscout.co/investors/l-joseph-schmoke
https://investorscout.co/investors/albert-lin
https://investorscout.co/investors/babak-pasdar
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-harrington
https://investorscout.co/investors/eng-taing
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-hirsch
https://investorscout.co/investors/lewis-man
https://investorscout.co/investors/mark-peters
https://investorscout.co/investors/larry-robinson
https://investorscout.co/investors/justin-mclain
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrs-nez-lvarez
https://investorscout.co/investors/evgenii-tkachuk
https://investorscout.co/investors/youllee-kim
https://investorscout.co/investors/sanford-argabrite
https://investorscout.co/investors/amanda-reed
https://investorscout.co/investors/marc-doolittle
https://investorscout.co/investors/shellye-archambeau
https://investorscout.co/investors/allen-alley
https://investorscout.co/investors/bjorn-timmerhuis
https://investorscout.co/investors/manan-patel
https://investorscout.co/investors/sam-zebarjadi
https://investorscout.co/investors/makis-levis
https://investorscout.co/investors/adan-zweig
https://investorscout.co/investors/gary-morabito
https://investorscout.co/investors/timo-ahopelto
https://investorscout.co/investors/arti-kuthiala
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-lugsdin
https://investorscout.co/investors/barrett-lyon
https://investorscout.co/investors/george-ascherl
https://investorscout.co/investors/simon-shin
https://investorscout.co/investors/wade-beavers
https://investorscout.co/investors/srini-panguluri
https://investorscout.co/investors/bart-dessaint
https://investorscout.co/investors/rupert-ashe
https://investorscout.co/investors/amardeep-chhatwal
https://investorscout.co/investors/nicholas-carso
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-williamson
https://investorscout.co/investors/eric-adlam
https://investorscout.co/investors/anand-chhatpar
https://investorscout.co/investors/frank-laprade
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-narasin
https://investorscout.co/investors/greg-schroy
https://investorscout.co/investors/sameer-narula
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-sathianathan
https://investorscout.co/investors/noah-bloom
https://investorscout.co/investors/kevin-shane
https://investorscout.co/investors/james-burge
https://investorscout.co/investors/fake-account
https://investorscout.co/investors/edward-cady
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-hatton
https://investorscout.co/investors/peter-obrien
https://investorscout.co/investors/sax-capital-investment-advisor
https://investorscout.co/investors/srilekha-akula
https://investorscout.co/investors/joshua-to
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-aubourg
https://investorscout.co/investors/eiji-araki
https://investorscout.co/investors/amit-chatterjee
https://investorscout.co/investors/ali-vahabzadeh
https://investorscout.co/investors/andrew-mccormack
https://investorscout.co/investors/yashar-behzadi
https://investorscout.co/investors/bill-tai
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-bryant
https://investorscout.co/investors/cristian-petschen
https://investorscout.co/investors/yme-bosma
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-dixon
https://investorscout.co/investors/avinash-harsh
https://investorscout.co/investors/bryan-whitnack
https://investorscout.co/investors/peter-amling
https://investorscout.co/investors/adil-kodsi
https://investorscout.co/investors/ankush-goyal
https://investorscout.co/investors/ellen-chang
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-weisberg-cfa
https://investorscout.co/investors/mark-cunningham
https://investorscout.co/investors/arun-venkatachalam
https://investorscout.co/investors/sophie-boyko
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-rodnitzky
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-tino
https://investorscout.co/investors/mo-koyfman
https://investorscout.co/investors/baiju-bhatt
https://investorscout.co/investors/ram-aiyar
https://investorscout.co/investors/brad-langston
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-armstrong
https://investorscout.co/investors/andre-huaman
https://investorscout.co/investors/roman-shportko
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-fischer
https://investorscout.co/investors/benjamin-butler
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-j-neff
https://investorscout.co/investors/brett-keintz
https://investorscout.co/investors/jeffrey-broer
https://investorscout.co/investors/baudouin-hue
https://investorscout.co/investors/matt-pierson
https://investorscout.co/investors/eran-egozy
https://investorscout.co/investors/jerry-croteau
https://investorscout.co/investors/brendon-sebera
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-feldman
https://investorscout.co/investors/piruze
https://investorscout.co/investors/d-blake-pendergrast
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-bailey
https://investorscout.co/investors/maarten-de-zeeuw
https://investorscout.co/investors/justin-tan
https://investorscout.co/investors/bruce-seago
https://investorscout.co/investors/klaus-von-saynwittgenstein
https://investorscout.co/investors/harish-thimmappa
https://investorscout.co/investors/praveen-yadav
https://investorscout.co/investors/jonathan-birnbaum
https://investorscout.co/investors/aspha-j-dada-ba-jd
https://investorscout.co/investors/pablo-simon-casarino
https://investorscout.co/investors/rohini-chakravarthy
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-berry
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-davis
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-hizak
https://investorscout.co/investors/michael-bloomfield
https://investorscout.co/investors/agnes-chu
https://investorscout.co/investors/andy-vitus
https://investorscout.co/investors/daniel-barney
https://investorscout.co/investors/adrian-mott
https://investorscout.co/investors/will-brooks
https://investorscout.co/investors/julie-ruvolo
https://investorscout.co/investors/w-jewell-strong-sparks
https://investorscout.co/investors/romain-bonjean
https://investorscout.co/investors/brenton-mauriello
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-assia
https://investorscout.co/investors/konstantinos-zanetopoulos
https://investorscout.co/investors/robert-shaw
https://investorscout.co/investors/adi-gamon
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-symons
https://investorscout.co/investors/adrian-reyes
https://investorscout.co/investors/chelsey-roney
https://investorscout.co/investors/jason-spinell
https://investorscout.co/investors/arek-kurkciyan
https://investorscout.co/investors/bill-gelpi
https://investorscout.co/investors/bob-pasker
https://investorscout.co/investors/alice-zhang
https://investorscout.co/investors/alexander-korchevsky
https://investorscout.co/investors/david-king
https://investorscout.co/investors/elad-gil
https://investorscout.co/investors/barry-x-lynn
https://investorscout.co/investors/ben-marcus
https://investorscout.co/investors/richey-rogers
https://investorscout.co/investors/shimrit-benyair
https://investorscout.co/investors/adam-burrows
https://investorscout.co/investors/bernard-david
https://investorscout.co/investors/john-mclellan
https://investorscout.co/investors/hicham-bouabdallah
https://investorscout.co/investors/brian-cummings
https://investorscout.co/investors/bruce-mccormack-md
submitted by Quippykisset to peaceCorpsCoding [link] [comments]


2020.05.16 18:58 NotMarilee RT Rundown May 9, 2020 - May 15, 2020

Last Week
This post lists everything Rooster Teeth has released from May 9, 2020 to May 15, 2020. The organization of this post follows the order of the links on the sidebar on the website. First exclusive content is surrounded in asterisks ( *EXAMPLE*) while content that is currently exclusive but will be available publicly later is followed by an asterisks and the date in which it will be free (EXAMPLE*Free May 23rd.) This does not include content that will lose exclusivity on the day this post is made (May 16th.)
NEWS:
ROOSTER TEETH:
RT PODCAST #596 - GUS ATE MEAT!
*RT PODCAST POST SHOW #596 - Dude’s Do Shit*
*RT PODCAST - Stuck At Home - Geoff Learns to Appreciate Halo*
ALWAYS OPEN #136 - Who Had A Crush on Bart Simpson?
*STILL OPEN #136 - Being A Protagonist in A Rom-Com*
ALWAYS OPEN - Just The BOIS - Save That Money!
CHUMP #11 - WHO Got A THONG for Christmas?
*CHUMP CHANGE #11 - You Gotta Stop Gyrating*
GOOD MORNING FROM HELL - Jack Nicholson and the Return of Gambo
BLACK BOX DOWN - A Fight In Flight
HARD MODE - How to play Hide ‘N Seek in Quarantine
RT INBOX - Blaine’s Island of Doom
RT LIFE - Can the Boys do their own Makeup?
*RT EXTRAS - Gang Beats with RT Core*
RT EXTRAS - No Pain, No Gain - with Blaine!
RTTV SPECIALS - Online Shopping Adventures
ROOSTER TEETH STREAMS - Gus & Chirs Play With Airplanes - Sim Airport!
ROOSTER TEETH STREAMS - Screen Time: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
ROOSTER TEETH STREAMS - Welcome to Trash Island
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER:
OFF TOPIC #232 - Fit For The New World
*LAST CALL #232 - Getting Jacked for 2020*
FACE JAM - Wienerschnitzel World of Wieners
AHWU #525 - GET REKT
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER - Time Alone With Dante Basco - Keeping The Lights On #07
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER - Runaway Successes with Eric Baudour - Keeping The Lights On #08
AH ANIMATED - That Time Raft Got Weird
TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES - I Build a Stabbing Machine
BETWEEN THE GAMES - Achievement: Corn Dog (AH Vault)
*7 WONDERINGS - MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA*
LET’S ROLL - Oxygen’s Getting Real Low - Deep Sea Adventure - Tabletop Simulator
PLAY PALS - Stilt Fella - What Game is This?!
ROULETSPLAY - Infinite Falling Limbs - Viscera Cleanup Detail
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Doing The Monster Smash with KieraPlease and KillingKrystal
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - A Barbarian Named Sorry - Role Initiative
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - 7 Days to Die
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Halo MP
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Monopoly
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Ultimate Chicken Horse
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Moving Out
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Gmod Murder
ACHIEVEMENT HUNTER STREAM ARCHIVE - Post Team Does Octodad: Dadliest Catch
LET’S PLAY - Get to the Roof! - Halo 3 LASO ODST (Part 3)* Free May 17th
LET’S PLAY - Push The Button! - How Many Hacks Are There!?
LET’S PLAY - Trash Gavin Gets Fab in Animal Crossing New Horizons
LET’S PLAY GTA V - I’m the Juggernaut!* Free May 18th
LET’S PLAY GMOD - Boomerangs Are Better than Lightsabers - TTT* Free May 20th
LET’S PLAY MINECRAFT #422 - Upping Our Diamond Game - YDYD 3 Part 7* Free May 22nd
FUNHAUS:
*LAST LAUGH - Male Lactation, Pedophilia, and Ronald Reagan - Episode 4*
*NO IDEA - We Build Ikea Furniture With Toddler Toys*
FILMHAUS - Judgement Day: Perfect Movie Battle Royale Part 2
FILMHAUS - Mandalorian Season 2 Cast is Getting Crowded
DUDE SOUP #278 - Tony Hawk and Arnold are BACK, and Quibi Blames Coronavirus
DEMO DISK - Share the Load - w/ Jack Pattillo
YOUR COMMENTS - What Else Can I Motorboat?
FULLHAUS - Net Zeroes (UNCUT) - Internet Cafe Simulator Funny Moments
FULLHAUS - We’re Nuts For Busting (UNCUT) - Ghostbusters Funny Moments
GAMEPLAY - Obstacle Courses and Bidets - Funhaus Animal Crossing Island Tour Part 2!
GAMEPLAY - Loading the Chamber of Secrets - GTA Online Casino Heist Part 5
GAMEPLAY - Our DRUNK Game Show: 20 Second Showdown
FUNHAUS LIVE - Adam and Lindsey’s Thumb School Part 2
FUNHAUS LIVE - Animal Crossing Fun w/ Jacob and the Gang!
ANIMATION:
RTAA - Covid Dreamin* Free May 18th
*BACKWARDZ COMPATIBLE - Minecraft: Building Bases*
*BACKWARDZ COMPATIBLE - CTRL+Z: Xbox Games Showcase Disaster!*
*BACKWARDZ COMPATIBLE - Gears of War*
SELECT ALL - Top Hog! - Sonic the Hedgehog Tier List Top Tier
SELECT ALL - Lost in Rotterdam - Map Crunch Game
I HAVE NOTES - College: To Go or Not To Go?
INSIDE GAMING:
INSIDE GAMING ROUNDUP - Modern Warfare’s Size Is Infuriating
INSIDE GAMING PODCAST - Send News #12 - Unreal Engine 5 Looks INSANE
INSIDE GAMING FEATURES - The Biggest Nintendo Leak EVER
INSIDE GAMING SPECIAL - How To Make A Telenovela
INSIDE GAMING DAILY - Nintendo’s Still Making Our Lives Hard
INSIDE GAMING DAILY - Microsoft Planning To Sabotage PS5
INSIDE GAMING DAILY - Will The Tony Hawk Remakes Disappoint Us?
INSIDE GAMING DAILY - Ninja Failed Mixer
INSIDE GAMING DAILY - Unreal Engine 5 Demo Was Hiding This?
INSIDE GAMING LIVE! - The Lego Black Market - Model Employees
INSIDE GAMING LIVE! - Community Is Family - Stay Zen with Kdin #5
INSIDE GAMING LIVE! - Halo: The Master Chief Collection
INSIDE GAMING LIVE! - How To Play Big Mutherf***in Crab Truckers
INSIDE GAMING LIVE! - Peggle 2
DEATH BATTLE:
DEATH BATTLE FIGHT PREVIEWS - Danny Fenton is Goin’ Ghost in DEATH BATTLE!
DEATH BATTLE FIGHT PREVIEWS - Jake Long Dragons Up for DEATH BATTLE!
DEATH BATTLE CAST #178 - Ghosts, Dragons, and a Sneak Peek!
*SUDDEN DEATH #178 - Bring Chad The Wookie*
THE YOGSCAST:
TTT - THIS TESTER BREAKS THE GAME
TTT - DON’T FALL IN THE POO PIT
TTT - STUCK IN A REVOLVING DOOR
TTT - THE LONGEST GUNFIGHT EVER
TTT - GREATEST GRAV GRENADE
TTT - EATEN ALIVE BY CROCODILES (w/ Achievement Hunter)
TTT - GIANT FAN OF DEATH
SIMON’S PECULIAR PORTIONS - Hole In Wall Voted Top UK Tourist Spot
SIMON’S PECULIAR PORTIONS - Horse Allowed On Plane, Flies First Class
GMOD SANDBOX - ROCK ‘N ROLL POPEMOBILE
KINDA FUNNY:
WE HAVE COOL FRIENDS - GameSpot’s Lucy James Is Losing Her Accent
WE HAVE COOL FRIENDS - IGN’s Ryan McCaffery on Xbox, Tesla, and Anxiety
KINDA FUNNY PODCAST #69 - How Close Can We Get To Marisa Tomei?* Free May 17th
KINDA FUNNY LIVE REACTIONS - Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 & 2
KINDA FUNNY LIVE REACTIONS - WOW. This Is What Next-Gen Can Look Like Unreal 5
KINDA FUNNY LIVE REACTIONS - Paper Mario The Origami King Reveal
KINDA FUNNY LIVE REACTIONS - Ghost of Tsushima State of Play
KINDA FUNNY GAMESCAST #17 - Game of the Year So Far
KINDA FUNNY GAMESCAST #18 - UPDATED Video Game Predictions and Bets
KINDA FUNNY GAMESCAST #19 - What Was The Most Hype Game Launch?
KINDA FUNNY GAMESCAST #20 - What’s The Value of a $60 Game?
KINDA FUNNY GAMES DAILY 05.15.20 - Ghost of Tsushima’s Reveal is a Month Late
FRIENDS OF RT:
DC DAILY May 11th, 2020 - Daddy Issues
DC DAILY May 12th, 2020 - Brian Michael Bendis & Gene Yang Superman chat
DC DAILY May 13th, 2020 - Meagan Tandy & Nicole Kang Interview
DC DAILY May 14th, 2020 - Marv Wolfman Talks TV & Comics
DC DAILY May 15th, 2020 - Stargirl Special
SUGAR PINE 7:
BEYOND THE PINE #141 - What’s wrong with K-Pop stans?
STORE:
RWBY - Remix Weiss & Arma Giga Zip Up Hoodie
RWBY - Remix Ruby & Jinn T-Shirt
RWBY - Remix Ren & Nora T-Shirt
submitted by NotMarilee to roosterteeth [link] [comments]


2020.04.20 17:16 TimeX13 Time's Revisited Reviews [#4] - Volume 2 Character Tier List

Tier List in Picture Form
Oi oi, Fan Friends!
My name is Pip, but you can call me Time. As part of quarantine I've decided to finally rewatch all of RWBY from the beginning to reassess my opinions on the show and how it has grown over the years with each volume. Each Volume will receive a Character Tier List, a full review, and a Rosen Globes among other potential things.
For this next batch, we'll be focusing on Volume 2, the volume I didn't actually remember watching. I knew I did but maybe I just thought it was forgettable....and boy, was I wrong!
I hope you enjoy/respect my opinions as I will yours. Now on to the reasons!
Best Girl (Goes to the character that regardless of the rating system had me grinning like a dolt and excited to see them on screen no matter what) * Weiss Schnee has finally become Best Girl after only two volumes, dethroning the Queen of the Castle...for now. Honestly, she was just a treat to watch as most of her unlikable tendencies have started to peel away to unveil a more awkward lovable side of Weiss who cares for her friends in her own special way and wants to show everyone a good time. Also a pun never hurts, not matter what Yang said. Weiss has grown so much without sacrificing what made her an interesting character. This volume properly sets up her series arc on not letting the Schnee name end with her father who makes her force a smile to just talk to the front desk of the SDC. Also her fight with the Chainsaw guy was great and yes, this is possibly the start of the Weiss losing streak I keep hearing about (but don't believe), however, it was a great showing and fits into the narrative more so than her actual skill (She dominated most of the fight, probably got cocky leaving herself open for a lucky shot, and that's how she lost). Also the moment that cemented best girl status was her crying hug with Ruby over a game...now that is the Best Girl Zwei and I know and love!
A-Tier (Incredible characters that help carry the story with amazing dialogue, subtle moments, and captivating screen presence that demands to be observed) * Blake Belladonna: Wow, still A-Tier...why did I not like Blake before? Honestly, she's just incredibly engaging and her story is front and center this volume which is a huge plus. Seeing this warrior unravel and eventually rise back up is astounding and this volume builds upon her relationships organically with arguably my favorite scene in the volume with Yang. Her voice acting is top notch selling every emotion and every line. Her anger and distance wasn't over the top, but rather fit realistically into her story to a warming resolution.
B-Tier (Good characters that had their moments and served their role well! Maybe not the most interesting of the bunch but definitely still a highlight) [Don't worry these are shorter] * Ruby Rose: I did not expect to write this...I had to think it over a lot, but it just couldn't be changed. This has nothing to do with Ruby becoming a worse character by any means! She's still just as good as she was in Volume 1...and that's part of the problem. She doesn't really evolve the same way she did in Vol 1 and part of that is because she wasn't the focus of this volume. Honestly, Weiss would be here too if she wasn't Best Girl. Vol 2 was more centered around Blake and the unravelling mystery behind Cinder's nefarious plan. Ruby doesn't have her own story or really her own moment of any kind. She wasn't apart of the Oobleck Campfire realization and while that may just be because Oobleck already knew why she wanted to be a huntress, it didn't really help her character (Edit: In comparison with the rest of her team). Other than that she was still really enjoyable to watch with great fight scenes and little dialogue exchanges with Weiss & Penny. I know she's in for a big push next volume, but for now she's B-Tier....albeit a very high B-Tier
C-Tier (Not bad but nothing special. They were there but did nothing of real consequence that made them stand out) [No reviews unless you want them]
Anyone here is here because they didn't really do anything of consequence or have any big standout moments. I'd like to see more from Junior as he seems like a fun enough side baddie and Velvet is in for a ride next volume, trust me! Chainsaw guy was...fine. He was a nice goon for Weiss to beat the crap out of before a lucky shot got the better of her. He served his narrative purpose for Weiss' character and that's it. Finally Cardin was Pyrrha's whipping bag for one episode. He did nothing for the rest of the volume unlike the last one. I guess it really was his peek.
I hope y'all enjoyed the read. Remember this is all a matter of opinion and you have every right to disagree. Discuss your favorites or least favorites as of Volume 2 in the comments below. Be good people and have a nice day!
submitted by TimeX13 to RWBY [link] [comments]


2020.02.10 03:49 bevvymarsh [ A for A ] Fandom Pairings

Hello, friends! I’m Bev. I’m a 19 year old student from Canada looking for some Roleplay partners
I’m a student and a worker so at times, my schedule can become a little convoluted so I may not be able to answer actively every second, but I do my best to make time for people. My DMs are quite piled up right now, so if I never got back to you, please feel free to message me again! I truly don’t mean to ignore anyone, but I get a bit overwhelmed. I’m hoping that a more specific post like this might help to cut back on the swarms of messages.
My interests in genres are quite a wide range, so I’m sure we can find a plot we both enjoy! The only thing I’m not looking for plot wise is a majority of smut. The occasional scene is totally fine, but I’d like to keep the focus on the plot (:
Below, you’ll find a list of some pairings I enjoy, but if you don’t see one that suits your fancy, but you enjoy the fandoms, feel free to suggest your own pairing! I obviously won’t be able to let every pairing that I enjoy or this post will be 3 years long, haha!
If any of this interests you, feel free to message me! I use discord, emails and kik!
Pairings:
Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Poe/Finn (Star Wars)
Ben/Rey (Star Wars)
Rey/Jessika Pava (Star Wars)
Poe/Zorii (Star Wars)
Leia/Han (Star Wars)
Leia/Evaan Verlaine (Star Wars)
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Ginny/Luna (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Lily/James (Harry Potter)
Remus/Sirius (Harry Potter)
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Teddy/Victoire (Harry Potter)
Newt/Tina (Harry Potter)
Queenie/Jacob (Harry Potter)
Newt/Leta (Harry Potter)
Ruby/Weiss (RWBY)
Yang/Blake (RWBY)
Blake/Sun (RWBY)
Yang/Weiss (RWBY)
Jaune/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Weiss/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Ilia/Blake (RWBY)
Neptune/Sun (RWBY)
Weiss/Blake (RWBY)
Velvet/Coco (RWBY)
Ruby/Penny (RWBY)
Qrow/Winter (RWBY)
Taiyang/Summer (RWBY)
Allura/nearly anyone (Voltron) I just luv her ):
Jeremy/Michael (Be More Chill)
Jeremy/Christine (Be More Chill)
Brooke/Chloe (Be More Chill)
Adrien/Marinette (Miraculous Ladybug)
PeteMJ (MCU)
Steve/Bucky (MCU)
Tony/Pepper (MCU)
ThoBruce (MCU)
Bruce/Natasha (MCU)
Carol/any female (MCU) lmao
Valkyrie/any female (MCU) lmao
Miles/Gwen (Into The Spiderverse)
America/Kate (Marvel Comics)
AlexandeEliza (Hamilton)
AlexandeLaurens (Hamilton)
Eliza/Maria (Hamilton)
Maria/Alexander (Hamilton)
Philip/Theodosia II (Hamilton)
Charlie/Vaggie (Hazbin Hotel)
Katniss/Peeta (The Hunger Games)
Finnick/Annie (The Hunger Games)
Veronica/Heather M (Heathers)
Veronica/Heather C (Heathers)
Heather C/Heather M (Heathers)
JD/Veronica (Heathers)
Rosalie/Bella (Twilight)
Ben/Beverly (IT)
Eddie/Richie (IT)
Bill/Beverly (IT)
Stan/Bill (IT)
Lup/Barry (The Adventure Zone)
Taako/Kravitz (The Adventure Zone)
Lup/Lucretia (The Adventure Zone)
Magnus/Julia (The Adventure Zone)
Sloane/Hurley (The Adventure Zone)
Carey/Killian (The Adventure Zone)
Elsa/Honeymaren (Frozen)
Anna/Kristoff(Frozen)
Henley/anyone (Now You See Me) I’ve been loving this movie lately lol
Adora/Glimmer (She Ra)
Adora/Catra (She Ra)
Catra/Scorpia (She Ra)
Mermista/Perfuma (She Ra) day
submitted by bevvymarsh to RoleplayPartnerSearch [link] [comments]


2020.01.18 19:29 bevvymarsh [ A for A ] Fandom Pairings

Hello, friends! I’m Bev. I’m a 19 year old student from Canada looking for some Roleplay partners
I’m a student and a worker so at times, my schedule can become a little convoluted so I may not be able to answer actively every second, but I do my best to make time for people. My DMs are quite piled up right now, so if I never got back to you, please feel free to message me again! I truly don’t mean to ignore anyone, but I get a bit overwhelmed. I’m hoping that a more specific post like this might help to cut back on the swarms of messages.
My interests in genres are quite a wide range, so I’m sure we can find a plot we both enjoy! The only thing I’m not looking for plot wise is a majority of smut. The occasional scene is totally fine, but I’d like to keep the focus on the plot (:
Below, you’ll find a list of some pairings I enjoy, but if you don’t see one that suits your fancy, but you enjoy the fandoms, feel free to suggest your own pairing! I obviously won’t be able to let every pairing that I enjoy or this post will be 3 years long, haha!
If any of this interests you, feel free to message me! I use discord, emails and kik!
Pairings:
Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Poe/Finn (Star Wars)
Ben/Rey (Star Wars)
Rey/Jessika Pava (Star Wars)
Poe/Zorii (Star Wars)
Leia/Han (Star Wars)
Leia/Evaan Verlaine (Star Wars)
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Ginny/Luna (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Lily/James (Harry Potter)
Remus/Sirius (Harry Potter)
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Teddy/Victoire (Harry Potter)
Newt/Tina (Harry Potter)
Queenie/Jacob (Harry Potter)
Newt/Leta (Harry Potter)
Ruby/Weiss (RWBY)
Yang/Blake (RWBY)
Blake/Sun (RWBY)
Yang/Weiss (RWBY)
Jaune/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Weiss/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Ilia/Blake (RWBY)
Neptune/Sun (RWBY)
Weiss/Blake (RWBY)
Velvet/Coco (RWBY)
Ruby/Penny (RWBY)
Qrow/Winter (RWBY)
Taiyang/Summer (RWBY)
Allura/nearly anyone (Voltron) I just luv her ):
Jeremy/Michael (Be More Chill)
Jeremy/Christine (Be More Chill)
Brooke/Chloe (Be More Chill)
Adrien/Marinette (Miraculous Ladybug)
PeteMJ (MCU)
Steve/Bucky (MCU)
Tony/Pepper (MCU)
ThoBruce (MCU)
Bruce/Natasha (MCU)
Carol/any female (MCU) lmao
Valkyrie/any female (MCU) lmao
Miles/Gwen (Into The Spiderverse)
America/Kate (Marvel Comics)
AlexandeEliza (Hamilton)
AlexandeLaurens (Hamilton)
Eliza/Maria (Hamilton)
Maria/Alexander (Hamilton)
Philip/Theodosia II (Hamilton)
Charlie/Vaggie (Hazbin Hotel)
Katniss/Peeta (The Hunger Games)
Finnick/Annie (The Hunger Games)
Veronica/Heather M (Heathers)
Veronica/Heather C (Heathers)
Heather C/Heather M (Heathers)
JD/Veronica (Heathers)
Rosalie/Bella (Twilight)
Ben/Beverly (IT)
Eddie/Richie (IT)
Bill/Beverly (IT)
Stan/Bill (IT)
Lup/Barry (The Adventure Zone)
Taako/Kravitz (The Adventure Zone)
Lup/Lucretia (The Adventure Zone)
Magnus/Julia (The Adventure Zone)
Sloane/Hurley (The Adventure Zone)
Carey/Killian (The Adventure Zone)
Elsa/Honeymaren (Frozen)
Anna/Kristoff(Frozen)
Henley/anyone (Now You See Me) I’ve been loving this movie lately lol
Adora/Glimmer (She Ra)
Adora/Catra (She Ra)
Catra/Scorpia (She Ra)
Mermista/Perfuma (She Ra)
submitted by bevvymarsh to RoleplayPartnerSearch [link] [comments]


2020.01.10 22:43 bevvymarsh [ A for A ] Fandom Pairings

Hello, friends! I’m Bev. I’m a 19 year old student from Canada looking for some Roleplay partners
I’m a student and a worker so at times, my schedule can become a little convoluted so I may not be able to answer actively every second, but I do my best to make time for people. My DMs are quite piled up right now, so if I never got back to you, please feel free to message me again! I truly don’t mean to ignore anyone, but I get a bit overwhelmed. I’m hoping that a more specific post like this might help to cut back on the swarms of messages.
My interests in genres are quite a wide range, so I’m sure we can find a plot we both enjoy! The only thing I’m not looking for plot wise is a majority of smut. The occasional scene is totally fine, but I’d like to keep the focus on the plot (:
Below, you’ll find a list of some pairings I enjoy, but if you don’t see one that suits your fancy, but you enjoy the fandoms, feel free to suggest your own pairing! I obviously won’t be able to let every pairing that I enjoy or this post will be 3 years long, haha!
If any of this interests you, feel free to message me! I use discord, emails and kik!
Pairings:
Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Poe/Finn (Star Wars)
Ben/Rey (Star Wars)
Rey/Jessika Pava (Star Wars)
Poe/Zorii (Star Wars)
Leia/Han (Star Wars)
Leia/Evaan Verlaine (Star Wars)
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Ginny/Luna (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Lily/James (Harry Potter)
Remus/Sirius (Harry Potter)
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Teddy/Victoire (Harry Potter)
Newt/Tina (Harry Potter)
Queenie/Jacob (Harry Potter)
Newt/Leta (Harry Potter)
Ruby/Weiss (RWBY)
Yang/Blake (RWBY)
Blake/Sun (RWBY)
Yang/Weiss (RWBY)
Jaune/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Weiss/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Ilia/Blake (RWBY)
Neptune/Sun (RWBY)
Weiss/Blake (RWBY)
Velvet/Coco (RWBY)
Ruby/Penny (RWBY)
Qrow/Winter (RWBY)
Taiyang/Summer (RWBY)
Allura/nearly anyone (Voltron) I just luv her ):
Jeremy/Michael (Be More Chill)
Jeremy/Christine (Be More Chill)
Brooke/Chloe (Be More Chill)
Adrien/Marinette (Miraculous Ladybug)
PeteMJ (MCU)
Steve/Bucky (MCU)
Tony/Pepper (MCU)
ThoBruce (MCU)
Bruce/Natasha (MCU)
Carol/any female (MCU) lmao
Valkyrie/any female (MCU) lmao
Miles/Gwen (Into The Spiderverse)
America/Kate (Marvel Comics)
AlexandeEliza (Hamilton)
AlexandeLaurens (Hamilton)
Eliza/Maria (Hamilton)
Maria/Alexander (Hamilton)
Philip/Theodosia II (Hamilton)
Charlie/Vaggie (Hazbin Hotel)
Katniss/Peeta (The Hunger Games)
Finnick/Annie (The Hunger Games)
Veronica/Heather M (Heathers)
Veronica/Heather C (Heathers)
Heather C/Heather M (Heathers)
JD/Veronica (Heathers)
Rosalie/Bella (Twilight)
Ben/Beverly (IT)
Eddie/Richie (IT)
Bill/Beverly (IT)
Stan/Bill (IT)
Lup/Barry (The Adventure Zone)
Taako/Kravitz (The Adventure Zone)
Lup/Lucretia (The Adventure Zone)
Magnus/Julia (The Adventure Zone)
Sloane/Hurley (The Adventure Zone)
Carey/Killian (The Adventure Zone)
Elsa/Honeymaren (Frozen)
Anna/Kristoff(Frozen)
Adora/Glimmer (She Ra)
Adora/Catra (She Ra)
Catra/Scorpia (She Ra)
Mermista/Perfuma (She Ra)
submitted by bevvymarsh to RoleplayPartnerSearch [link] [comments]


2020.01.09 19:20 bevvymarsh [ A for A ] Fandom Pairings

Hello, friends! I’m Bev. I’m a 19 year old student from Canada looking for some Roleplay partners <3
I’m a student and a worker so at times, my schedule can become a little convoluted so I may not be able to answer actively every second, but I do my best to make time for people. My DMs are quite piled up right now, so if I never got back to you, please feel free to message me again! I truly don’t mean to ignore anyone, but I get a bit overwhelmed. I’m hoping that a more specific post like this might help to cut back on the swarms of messages.
My interests in genres are quite a wide range, so I’m sure we can find a plot we both enjoy! The only thing I’m not looking for plot wise is a majority of smut. The occasional scene is totally fine, but I’d like to keep the focus on the plot (:
Below, you’ll find a list of some pairings I enjoy, but if you don’t see one that suits your fancy, but you enjoy the fandoms, feel free to suggest your own pairing! I obviously won’t be able to let every pairing that I enjoy or this post will be 3 years long, haha!
If any of this interests you, feel free to message me! I use discord, emails and kik!
Pairings:
Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Poe/Finn (Star Wars)
Ben/Rey (Star Wars)
Rey/Jessika Pava (Star Wars)
Poe/Zorii (Star Wars)
Leia/Han (Star Wars)
Leia/Evaan Verlaine (Star Wars)
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Ginny/Luna (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Lily/James (Harry Potter)
Remus/Sirius (Harry Potter)
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Teddy/Victoire (Harry Potter)
Newt/Tina (Harry Potter)
Queenie/Jacob (Harry Potter)
Newt/Leta (Harry Potter)
Ruby/Weiss (RWBY)
Yang/Blake (RWBY)
Blake/Sun (RWBY)
Yang/Weiss (RWBY)
Jaune/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Weiss/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Ilia/Blake (RWBY)
Neptune/Sun (RWBY)
Weiss/Blake (RWBY)
Velvet/Coco (RWBY)
Ruby/Penny (RWBY)
Qrow/Winter (RWBY)
Taiyang/Summer (RWBY)
Allura/nearly anyone (Voltron) I just luv her ):
Jeremy/Michael (Be More Chill)
Jeremy/Christine (Be More Chill)
Brooke/Chloe (Be More Chill)
Adrien/Marinette (Miraculous Ladybug)
PeteMJ (MCU)
Steve/Bucky (MCU)
Tony/Pepper (MCU)
ThoBruce (MCU)
Bruce/Natasha (MCU)
Carol/any female (MCU) lmao
Valkyrie/any female (MCU) lmao
Miles/Gwen (Into The Spiderverse)
America/Kate (Marvel Comics)
AlexandeEliza (Hamilton)
AlexandeLaurens (Hamilton)
Eliza/Maria (Hamilton)
Maria/Alexander (Hamilton)
Philip/Theodosia II (Hamilton)
Charlie/Vaggie (Hazbin Hotel)
Katniss/Peeta (The Hunger Games)
Finnick/Annie (The Hunger Games)
Veronica/Heather M (Heathers)
Veronica/Heather C (Heathers)
Heather C/Heather M (Heathers)
JD/Veronica (Heathers)
Rosalie/Bella (Twilight)
Ben/Beverly (IT)
Eddie/Richie (IT)
Bill/Beverly (IT)
Stan/Bill (IT)
Lup/Barry (The Adventure Zone)
Taako/Kravitz (The Adventure Zone)
Lup/Lucretia (The Adventure Zone)
Magnus/Julia (The Adventure Zone)
Sloane/Hurley (The Adventure Zone)
Carey/Killian (The Adventure Zone)
Elsa/Honeymaren (Frozen)
Anna/Kristoff(Frozen)
Adora/Glimmer (She Ra)
Adora/Catra (She Ra)
Catra/Scorpia (She Ra)
Mermista/Perfuma (She Ra)
submitted by bevvymarsh to RoleplayPartnerSearch [link] [comments]


2020.01.02 18:25 bevvymarsh [ A for A ] Fandom Pairings

Hello, friends! I’m Bev. I’m a 19 year old student from Canada looking for some Roleplay partners <3
I’m a student and a worker so at times, my schedule can become a little convoluted so I may not be able to answer actively every second, but I do my best to make time for people. My DMs are quite piled up right now, so if I never got back to you, please feel free to message me again! I truly don’t mean to ignore anyone, but I get a bit overwhelmed. I’m hoping that a more specific post like this might help to cut back on the swarms of messages.
My interests in genres are quite a wide range, so I’m sure we can find a plot we both enjoy! The only thing I’m not looking for plot wise is a majority of smut. The occasional scene is totally fine, but I’d like to keep the focus on the plot (:
Below, you’ll find a list of some pairings I enjoy, but if you don’t see one that suits your fancy, but you enjoy the fandoms, feel free to suggest your own pairing! I obviously won’t be able to let every pairing that I enjoy or this post will be 3 years long, haha!
If any of this interests you, feel free to message me! I use discord, emails and kik!
Pairings:
Finn/Rey (Star Wars)
Poe/Finn (Star Wars)
Ben/Rey (Star Wars)
Rey/Jessika Pava (Star Wars)
Poe/Zorii (Star Wars)
Leia/Han (Star Wars)
Leia/Evaan Verlaine (Star Wars)
Ron/Hermione (Harry Potter)
Ginny/Luna (Harry Potter)
Neville/Luna (Harry Potter)
Draco/Astoria (Harry Potter)
Lily/James (Harry Potter)
Remus/Sirius (Harry Potter)
Scorpius/Albus (Harry Potter)
Teddy/Victoire (Harry Potter)
Newt/Tina (Harry Potter)
Queenie/Jacob (Harry Potter)
Newt/Leta (Harry Potter)
Ruby/Weiss (RWBY)
Yang/Blake (RWBY)
Blake/Sun (RWBY)
Yang/Weiss (RWBY)
Jaune/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Weiss/Pyrrha (RWBY)
Ilia/Blake (RWBY)
Neptune/Sun (RWBY)
Weiss/Blake (RWBY)
Velvet/Coco (RWBY)
Ruby/Penny (RWBY)
Qrow/Winter (RWBY)
Taiyang/Summer (RWBY)
Allura/nearly anyone (Voltron) I just luv her ):
Jeremy/Michael (Be More Chill)
Jeremy/Christine (Be More Chill)
Brooke/Chloe (Be More Chill)
Adrien/Marinette (Miraculous Ladybug)
PeteMJ (MCU)
Steve/Bucky (MCU)
Tony/Pepper (MCU)
ThoBruce (MCU)
Bruce/Natasha (MCU)
Carol/any female (MCU) lmao
Valkyrie/any female (MCU) lmao
Miles/Gwen (Into The Spiderverse)
America/Kate (Marvel Comics)
AlexandeEliza (Hamilton)
AlexandeLaurens (Hamilton)
Eliza/Maria (Hamilton)
Maria/Alexander (Hamilton)
Philip/Theodosia II (Hamilton)
Charlie/Vaggie (Hazbin Hotel)
Katniss/Peeta (The Hunger Games)
Finnick/Annie (The Hunger Games)
Veronica/Heather M (Heathers)
Veronica/Heather C (Heathers)
Heather C/Heather M (Heathers)
JD/Veronica (Heathers)
Rosalie/Bella (Twilight)
Ben/Beverly (IT)
Eddie/Richie (IT)
Bill/Beverly (IT)
Stan/Bill (IT)
Lup/Barry (The Adventure Zone)
Taako/Kravitz (The Adventure Zone)
Lup/Lucretia (The Adventure Zone)
Magnus/Julia (The Adventure Zone)
Sloane/Hurley (The Adventure Zone)
Carey/Killian (The Adventure Zone)
Elsa/Honeymaren (Frozen)
Anna/Kristoff(Frozen)
Adora/Glimmer (She Ra)
Adora/Catra (She Ra)
Catra/Scorpia (She Ra)
Mermista/Perfuma (She Ra)
submitted by bevvymarsh to RoleplayPartnerSearch [link] [comments]


2019.12.13 04:58 SoCloseButFarAway Worldviews, models, and causality

Okay, so, I notice a huge disconnect between myself and other posters on this sub comes down to worldview.
A lot of the modern perspective of twin flames is based on "new age" views. This involves stuff like vibrations, law of attraction, etc. Basically, because yourself and your twin are part of the same soul, there is a link there. You can feel each others' states. And some suspect that the "psychic pressure" of one twin causes the other to run. There's a lot of emphasis on new age concepts like mental states, vibrations, law of attraction, etc. And while I cant discount this specifically in the case of twins, if the twin flame theory is true as it is modeled, I feel like it seems contradictory. Like why would the universe keep reminding us of this person if we're supposed to move on and forget about them and stuff? Why the syncs? I mean, it seems like contradictory nonsense IMO.
However, it should be noted everyone's spiritual journey is different. I started life as a christian. I believed in a god who was active in human affairs and our lives. I believed he had a plan for us. Career, purpose, spouses, etc. And that if we believed in him, it would come forth. As such, I placed a great deal of trust in "god" in pursuing my twin, as I felt like the syncs were signs we were supposed to be together. But her, having rejected me, caused an existential crisis. I grappled with big existential issues over this. The line between god's plan and free will. How that works with omni qualities like omniscience. Whether im being tested. If I'm being tested, why would god need to do that if he knew the outcome? And I grappled a lot with these issues. I wondered if i was being punished, and if so, why isnt everyone else also punished in the same way? So that didnt make sense. I wondered if i was being tested, but if god was omniscient, why would i need a test? God's plan and free will. Well, god knows everything so he would know all future outcomes and thus he knew this wouldnt work, so pressure me to ask her out like that? He should clearly know that she wouldnt say yes. I could tell that from the get go. I only tried because of the freakish signs and syncs between us.
All of these questions overloaded my brain, and ultimately, upon entering the "dark night of the soul", i became an atheist. I started demanding evidence to continue my belief. I started investigating stuff, grappling with issues. And I just found no evidence. Like, I searched everywhere for god, and could find him nowhere when i really went looking. Most prayers answered seemed to fall in line with statistic coincidence. I mean just look at the "why won't god heal amputees" stuff. It's a question of stats. God seems to operate within the statistics where people claim miracles, but this stuff doesnt really fit as demonstrable miracle. It operates within the murkyness of statistics. When you ask for something impossible like a regenerating limb, it never happens. God never heals amputees. God's existence is nondistinguishable from his nonexistence. It's like he isnt there at all.
I would argue the law of attraction seems to fall into this. The law of attraction, which seems to be a new age concept that seems very commonly held within the new age community, finds that our minds manifest our reality. And I will say the mind is a weird thing, placebo effect is real, and attitudes do seem to help or hurt outcomes in some situations, our minds do not generally influence external reality directly. If they did, this effect would be observable and repeatable, and someone would get rich off of james randi's million dollar challenge. But it's not. It has never been demonstrated. Believers tend to accept it when it happens and disregard it and rationalize it when they dont. And that's where you gotta be cautious. I see people citing "new world all star" on twin flame stuff. And his stuff seems similar. Our minds and mental states influence external reality. But has anyone demonstrated this? Not that I know of.
Anyway, to get back to my existential perspective, you probably see where I'm coming from at this stuff. I'm now an EX-atheist. Still skeptical, but i've found stuff that meets my own personal standard of evidence. And the thing that convinced me is this. I found out something about my twin flame, that demonstrated to me that some power was trying to get me and her together before i even met her, and before i was aware of her. And of course, i experienced more freakish synchronicities upon finding this fact out that creeped me out. So...yeah. There likely is a "god", or some other power out there working with me after all.
And upon researching synchronicity in relation to weird romantic attractions i found the twin flame thing and it fit, given the mirroring and existential angst this girl has demonstrably caused me.
However, that doesnt mean i just accept everything out there about twin flames. I accept I have a romantic attraction to this person. That it is intense, creepily supernatural, and isnt going away. That there does seem to be a supernatural hand in it. However, beyond that, I don't know. Coming off of hard atheism, I must take baby steps. I want to have stuff demonstrated to me, to understand it. I dont accept stuff merely on faith.
This caused me to do intensive research this past summer on this stuff. And eventually i found a breakthrough. And that breakthrough was michael newton's "journey of souls" and "destiny of souls" books, as well as brian weiss's books. So I came across them and I read them. And these guys, like me, came from an academic background. Very scientific, trained in the way of naturalism and all that good stuff. But they seemed to stumble upon getting people to remember past life memories under hypnosis, and weiss seemed to talk to supernatural beings directly.
These guys seemed to use this method to argue for reincarnation and past lives, and seemed to be a good example of ex naturalists finding the supernatural, much like me, and trying to investigate the stuff. And while people dispute it, I look at what they're doing and think it's a good attempt and honestly, their stuff lines up. They seem to outline the same overall general spiritual realm as each other. And their experiences seem consistent with that reported by NDEs, which i was already familiar with as i studied them a lot when i lost my faith. Maybe there's something to those NDEs after all. And then i found ian stevenson and jim tucker studying reincarnation and these dudes are scientists who meticulously documented a phenomena of kids remembering past lives. Which also aligned with what newton and weiss said.
So a general worldview began to emerge. Yes, we die, we go through a life review, we experience life on the other side, and then we come back for another life. The purpose of coming here seems to be to learn. While none of these guys documented twin flames, newton did indicate it is possible to split souls into multiple consciousnesses, although it's rare and he never documented twin flames per se.
HOWEVER, that's not to say that they dont exist, or the phenomena isnt real. Both weiss and newton talked a lot about our relationships with others. Soul relationships. Soul mates. And honestly, i could see some advanced souls having twin flames, or twin flames being a certain kind of soul mate relationship.
Since we come here to learn, relationships arent all puppies and rainbows. Soul mate relationships can be tumultuous as fudge. That's kinda why were here. We're dysfunctional and trying to learn lessons to be functional. These lessons vary by the individual, but they all have purpose.
As for all of those weird syncs and stuff. Well....when we come to earth, we come with our soul crew. They take the roles of family members, romantic partners, etc. And we work out lessons with each other while we're here. And a lot of planning goes into our lives. So there is a plan after all. And as for why we cant detect much divine intervention? Well, i'd argue it's because synchronicities are planned before hand. We're supposed to recognize each other in this life, and one way of doing that, is to see signs. So the syncs were planned, intended to guide us in the right direction.
It's weird, my experience with my twin comes off like a crazy plot to some really bad romance anime sometimes. It has weird unexpected plot twists, and music coming into my life at the right time, and yeah.
So it seems planned, but yeah, no external intervention other than what's planned it seems. Syncs are either psychological, or they're preplanned. I figured this by combining the above resources,w ith my experiences. It fits. It all fits. But the thing is, life doesnt go as planned. Or sometimes we just dont understand the lesson life is trying to teach us. We have free will. We have amnesia. But then we're on our own to some extent. Destiny can guide us toward certain people and things, but then it's up to us how we deal with them. And that's where the lessons come in. Each of us is here, on a journey, to learn lessons. We call it a twin flame journey. And all of us probably has a path unique to us. We might be encountering similar things, but im not sure that means there's a one size fits all solution to the problem. It all depends on us, our life path, and of course, free will.
You see this is different from my christian view. Was i being punished? Well, yeah. kinda. Mirroring can be a ***** sometimes and nothing is more infuriating than dealing with a person who is just like me and dealing with the same freaking flaws i have. It tends to freaking hurt. She literally did the same thing to me i did to her. Life is funny like that.
What about testing? Well, i wouldnt say the universe was testing us intentionally. Idk on this really. But yeah, given how free will exists, and our spiritual support team isnt omniscient, the outcomes of our lives dont have a predetermined outcome.
Free will? Ditto. It exists, therefore it's possible for the plan to exist along side of her freaking rejecting me.
Again, take away an omniscient god and it makes sense. Our spiritual support team isnt omniscient. They're actually quite fallible. And while they try to help us, sometimes things just dont work. Cant blame them. They're trying. And thus, while i was frustrated back when i lost my faith, i will say one thing i learned is that yeah, they probably did their best and we messed up.
So existentially it all fits. I found a model of spirituality consistent with my observations as a skeptic and former atheist, and my own experiences. I have reason to believe i am on what is called a twin flame journey based on the symptoms, but dont really accept the common dogma around it. I havent found evidence a lot of this law of attraction/vibration/mental states affect reality stuff is true. It seems very untrue to me. Sorry guys, but not thinking about your twin probably isnt gonna bring them to you. Not to say this isnt a good idea. If you cant be with them, detaching helps. But keep in mind the purpose is to improve your mental state and overcome the depressive state they put you win. Not union. And hoenstly, you shouldnt expect union if you do that. You should just expect to get over the person. It's a placebo to make you feel better, that's ALL IT IS. It's not some secret to actually get them to come to you. I doubt your attraction toward them has ANY effect on them at all. Might be hard to get over them, especially knowing they were literally a match made in heaven, but soemtimes free will is like that I guess. It sucks.
And yeah. I just wanted to post that given recent butting of heads I'm having with some users on this board. I absolutely dont accept the so called "twin flame journey" in the sense of stages and prescriptions to solve the problem. It's too formulaic, too contradictory to my own worldview and its bases, and it just doesnt have enough evidence.
THIS IS NOT TO SAY TWIN FLAMES ARENT REAL OR THAT THIS IS IN YOUR HEAD. I often get accusations I feel that im kinda discounting experiences totally on the basis that i reject dogma. I'm not. What you're experiencing IS real. And Im experiencing it too. I just have a different perspective on it, because i come from a skeptic/atheist's perspective when he tries to rediscover spirituality but wants to apply some standards to it. But from a new age perspective based on vibrations and law of attraction or whatever.
submitted by SoCloseButFarAway to twinflames [link] [comments]


2019.11.23 17:08 Gourmet_Salad List of Las Vegas Casinos that Never Opened

List of Las Vegas casinos that never opened
Over the years there have been several casinos and resorts planned for the Las Vegas Valley that never opened. The stages of planning may have been just an announcement or groundbreaking.[1][2][3]
Asia Resort and Casino
Where the Palazzo Casino and Resort currently stands (adjacent to the Venetian Hotel and Casino and the Sands Expo and Convention Center), an Asian themed casino was proposed but was rejected for the present Palazzo project.[4]
Alon Las Vegas
A proposed luxury hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip on the former site of the New Frontier Hotel and Casino, announced in 2015.[5] The project was put in doubt after Crown Resorts announced in late 2016 it was suspending its involvement in the development.[6] Crown announced in December 2016 that it was halting the project and seeking to sell its investment. The remaining partner Andrew Pascal announced he was seeking other partners to proceed with the project. However in May 2017, the land went up for sale.[7] The land was later purchased by Steve Wynn.
Beau Rivage
Steve Wynn, who had purchased and demolished the Dunes hotel-casino, had originally planned to build a modern hotel in the middle of a man-made lake. He later built the Bellagio with a man-made lake in the front of the hotel.[citation needed] The name was later used by Wynn for a resort built in Biloxi, Mississippi.
Caribbean Casino
In 1988, a sign for a proposed casino was erected on a fenced vacant lot on Flamingo Road. Standing near the sign was a scale model galleon. For several years, that was all that stood on the property. The empty lot was the source of many jokes by the locals until the ship, which was later damaged by a fire started by a homeless person, was torn down in the 1990s and the lot became the site of the Tuscany Suites and Casino co-owned by Charles Heers, who has owned the property since the 1960s.[8]
Carnival
In 1990, the Radisson group proposed a 3,376-room hotel next to the Dunes, with a casino shaped like a Hershey's Kiss.[9]
Cascada
A proposed resort that was to have been built on the site of El Rancho Vegas. The parcel is now partially taken by the Hilton Grand Vacations Club and Las Vegas Festival Grounds.[4]
City by the Bay Resort and Casino
A San Francisco-themed resort was proposed for the site of the New Frontier Hotel and Casino. The project was rejected in favor of the Swiss-themed Montreux, which was also eventually cancelled.[4]
Countryland USA
A country music-themed resort was planned for construction of the site of the former El Rancho Hotel and Casino. For some years, the El Rancho sign stood with the words "Coming Soon - Future Home of Countryland USA."[10][11]
Craig Ranch Station
Main article: Craig Ranch Station A Mediterranean-themed hotel-casino for North Las Vegas, proposed by Station Casinos in March 2000.[12] The project faced opposition from nearby residents,[13][14][15] which led to the proposed location being changed to a vacant property on the nearby Craig Ranch Golf Course.[16] Residential opposition to the new location led to the project being rejected by the Nevada Gaming Policy Committee in March 2001. Station Casinos still had the option to develop the project on the initial site,[17][18] but the project was cancelled entirely in July 2001, following a weak financial quarter for the company.[19]
Crown Las Vegas
Main article: Crown Las Vegas Formerly known as Las Vegas Tower, the Crown Las Vegas was to have been a supertall skyscraper built on the former site of a Wet 'n Wild water park. In March 2008, the project was canceled and the property was put up for sale.[20]
Desert Kingdom
In 1993, ITT Sheraton purchased the Desert Inn casino, and had announced plans to develop the large parking lot into a Balinese themed resort to complement the Desert Inn. The project was never developed and the site is now the location of Wynn Las Vegas.[4]
DeVille Casino
After building the Landmark Hotel and Casino on Convention Center Drive and selling it to Howard Hughes, developer Frank Carroll built the DeVille Casino across the street from the Landmark at 900 Convention Center Drive in 1969. Chips were made for the casino (and are sought-after collectibles), but the casino never opened.[21] The building was renovated in 1992 as a race book parlor named Sport of Kings which closed after nine months.[22] It became the location of The Beach nightclub, which was demolished in 2007 to make room for a planned 600-unit tower[23] that was never built.[24] The land sits currently empty.
Echelon Place
Main article: Echelon Place An announced project by Boyd Gaming planned to have a hotel built on the property of the former Stardust Resort & Casino. Construction was suspended on August 1, 2008 due to the Great Recession. In March 2013, Boyd Gaming sold the proposed site for $350 million to the Genting Group, which is redeveloping the project as the Asian-themed Resorts World Las Vegas.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas
Main article: The Drew Las Vegas Located on the Las Vegas Strip and originally known as Fontainebleau Las Vegas. Construction began in 2007, and the resort was to include a casino, 2,871 hotel rooms, and 1,018 condominium units.[25] Construction on the $2.9 billion project ceased in 2009, the year of its planned opening. Investment firms Witkoff Group and New Valley LLC purchased the unfinished resort in 2017.[26] In 2018, Witkoff and Marriott International announced a partnership to open the renamed project as The Drew Las Vegas in 2020. The resort will include a casino and three hotels totaling nearly 4,000 rooms, with the condominium aspect removed from the project.[27]
Harley-Davidson Hotel and Casino
A resort themed after the motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson was proposed, complete with hotel towers shaped like gigantic exhaust pipes, but was never built.[4]
Jockey Club Casino
The Jockey Club is a condominium and timeshare resort at 3700 Las Vegas Boulevard South. It was planned to have a casino, and chips were made for its use, but the casino was never opened.[28]
Kactus Kate's
By April 1994, Gold Coast Hotel and Casino owner Michael Gaughan was interested in building a hotel-casino in North Las Vegas,[29] at the northeast corner of North Rancho Drive and Carey Avenue. In January 1995, the city planning commission approved the rezoning of the land for use as a hotel-casino. The resort, to be named Kactus Kate's, would be built by Gold Coast Hotel/Casino Limited. The hotel would include 450 rooms, and the casino would be 105,000 sq ft (9,800 m2),[30] later decreased to 102,000 sq ft (9,500 m2).[31] The resort would be located directly north of the nearby Fiesta and Texas Station resorts.[31]
In December 1998, Coast Resorts, Inc. received approval from the planning commission for a use-permit relating to the undeveloped property. In November 2000, the planning commission unanimously approved a two-year extension on the permit, giving the company more time to decide whether it would build Kactus Kate's. Because of a 1999 Senate bill that placed restrictions on casinos in neighborhoods, Coast Resorts had a deadline of 2002 to build the casino. The hotel would measure over 100 feet (30 m) high, and Coast Resorts was required to notify the Federal Aviation Administration of its final plans, due to the site being located less than 1,000 feet (300 m) from a runway at the North Las Vegas Airport.[32] In January 2001, Station Casinos purchased the 29-acre (12 ha) site for $9 million. Coast Resorts president Harlan Braaten said, "As we saw the competitive nature of that area intensify, in terms of the size of competing facilities, we just felt we would have to build something much bigger than we had intended to compete with Texas Station and Santa Fe Station. It was just going to be a very expensive project, and we didn't feel the returns would be that good." Station Casinos planned to sell the property as a non-gaming site.[31]
Las Vegas Plaza
Main article: Las Vegas Plaza Not to be confused with the Plaza Hotel & Casino.
This was to have been modeled after the Plaza Hotel in New York City. The project was announced shortly before the demolition of the New Frontier Hotel and Casino, where the new hotel would be built. Las Vegas Plaza was cancelled in 2011 due to the Great Recession.
London Resort and Casino
This announced project was to have been themed around the city of London, and featuring replicas of the city's landmarks. The project was to be built on land across from the Luxor Hotel and Casino. A second London-themed resort was to be built on the former land of the El Rancho Hotel and Casino. Neither project ever began construction.[4]
London, Las Vegas
This was a proposed three-phase project using London as its design inspiration. When completed, the 38.5-acre (15.5 ha) property would have featured 1,300 hotel rooms, a casino, a 500-foot-tall (152.4 m) observation wheel named Skyvue (partially constructed), and 550,000 square feet (51,097 square meters) of restaurants and shops — all of which would be architectural replicas of various British landmarks and neighborhoods.[33] The project was to be constructed on land across from the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip, where — as of November 2019 — the partially-constructed Skyvue still stands. The wheel was to be "Phase I of London, Las Vegas".
Montreux Resort
This Swiss-themed resort was to have been built on the property of the former New Frontier Hotel and Casino, but was ultimately cancelled.[34]
Moon Resort and Casino
Proposed by Canadian developer Michael Henderson, this is a planned 10,000-room, 250-acre (1.0 km2) lunar-themed casino resort.[35] Gaming experts doubt it will ever be built in Las Vegas, simply because the space planned for it is too large for the Las Vegas Strip.[4]
NevStar 2000
Further information: Craig Ranch Station § NevStar 2000 Proposed by NevStar Gaming in 1998, the NevStar 2000 entertainment complex in North Las Vegas would have included a hotel and casino,[36] but the project faced opposition from nearby residents who did not want a casino in the area.[37][38] The project was cancelled when NevStar Gaming filed for bankruptcy in December 1999.[12]
North Coast/Boyd Gaming project
In May 2003, Coast Casinos had plans for the North Coast hotel-casino, to be built at the southwest corner of Centennial Parkway and Lamb Boulevard in North Las Vegas. The project would be built on approximately 40 acres (16 ha) of vacant land, surrounded by other land that was also undeveloped. At the time, the North Las Vegas Planning Commission was scheduled to review requests for zoning changes and approvals for the project. The project was not scheduled to be built for at least another four years, after completion of a highway interchange at Lamb Boulevard and the nearby Interstate 15, as well as the completion of an overpass over nearby railroad tracks. Bill Curran, an attorney for the land owner, said, "We're going through the zoning changes now so everybody knows what's going to be out there." The North Coast would include a casino, a 10-story hotel with 398 rooms, a bowling alley, movie theaters, and a parking garage.[39] In June 2003, the Planning Commission voted 6 to 1 to approve preliminary applications necessary to begin work on the North Coast.[40][41]
Boyd Gaming, the owner of Coast Casinos, announced in February 2006 that it would purchase the 40-acre site for $35 million.[42] Jackie Gaughan and Kenny Epstein were the owners at the time.[43] Boyd Gaming had not decided on whether the new project would be a Coast property or if it would be similar to the company's Sam's Town hotel-casino. At the time, no timetable was set for building the project.[42] In March 2007, the project was put on hold. At the time, Boyd Gaming had been securing construction permits for the project but decided to first review growth in the area. Construction had been scheduled to begin in mid-2007.[44] In August 2013, Boyd Gaming sold the undeveloped property for $5.15 million.[43]
Palace of the Sea Resort and Casino
This was to have been built on the former Wet 'n Wild waterpark site. Conceptual drawings included yacht-shaped towers that housed suites, a casino resembling the Sydney Opera House and a 600-foot (180 m) tall Ferris wheel-type attraction dubbed a "Sky Wheel". It never left the planning stages.[4]
Paramount Las Vegas
A casino and hotel and condo resort with more than 1,800 units that was planned by Royal Palms Las Vegas, a subsidiary of Royal Palms Communities.[45][46] The project was to replace the Klondike Hotel and Casino at the south end of the Las Vegas Strip,[47][45] beside the Las Vegas welcome sign.[48] The resort was approved in October 2006,[45] but an investor pulled out of the project in August 2007, and the land was put up for sale in May 2008.[46]
Pharoah's Kingdom
Pharoah's Kingdom was planned as a $1.2 billion gaming, hotel and theme park complex to be built on 710 acres (290 ha) at Pebble Road and Las Vegas Boulevard, five miles south of the Las Vegas Strip.[49][1] Construction was approved in October 1988,[49] with Silano Development Group as the developer.[50]
The project would have an Egyptian theme, including two 12-story pyramids made of crystal, with each containing 300 suites. The hotel would have a total of 5,000 rooms,[50] making it the largest in the world.[51] The 230,000 sq ft (21,000 m2) casino would include 100 table games and 3,000 slot machines, while an RV park, mini-golf, a bowling alley, and a video game arcade would be located beside the casino area.[52] Three of the project's various pyramid structures would house the 50-acre (20 ha) family theme park. Other features would include sphinxes, man-made beaches, waterways resembling the Nile river, an underwater restaurant, a 24-hour child-care facility, a 100-tenant shopping promenade, and a repertory-style theater that would be overseen by actor Jack Klugman.[52] Additionally, the resort would feature an 18-hole PGA Championship golf course,[52] and a monorail located within the theme park.[50] The project would have one mile of frontage along Las Vegas Boulevard.[52]
Frank Gambella, president of the project, stated that financing was in place, with groundbreaking planned for March or April 1989. Gambella said the project would be financed by several entities, with the money coming from a Nevada corporation, suggesting the entities would be grouped together as an umbrella corporation. Gambella stated that the project could be opened by Labor Day 1990. The resort was expected to employ 8,000 people. Following the completion of the resort, Gambella said a complex of 750 condominiums would be built on the land along with 900 retirement-care apartments.[52]
The project was cancelled shortly after it was announced, as authorities became suspicious of developer Anthony Silano's fundraising efforts for the project. It was discovered that Silano and his associates hacked into the Switzerland bank accounts of Philippine president Ferdinand Marcos following his death in 1989. Silano pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges. Another Egyptian-themed resort, Luxor Las Vegas, would open on the south Las Vegas Strip in 1993.[1]
Planet Hollywood Resort (original plans)
Not to be confused with the current Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
Originally planned to open in the late 1990s on the site of the Desert Inn, it was to be one of the largest hotels in Las Vegas. Because of the bankruptcy of Planet Hollywood Restaurants, the hotel was never built. However, in the 2000s, a group of investors bought the new Aladdin Hotel and Casino and remodeled it with a modern Hollywood theme.[4]
Playboy Hotel and Casino
A proposed casino resort themed after Playboy magazine was rejected in favor of a nightclub and suites built at the top two floors of the new Palms tower.[4] The planned location for the Playboy Hotel and Casino, on the Las Vegas Strip, was later used for the Cosmopolitan resort.[53]
Santa Fe Valley
Main article: Santa Fe Valley Santa Fe Gaming, which owned the Santa Fe hotel-casino in northwest Las Vegas, had plans for a second Santa Fe property in 1996.[54] The Santa Fe Valley would be built on a 40-acre (16 ha) lot[55] in Henderson, Nevada, adjacent to the Galleria at Sunset mall. The start of construction was delayed several times because of poor financial quarters for Santa Fe Gaming,[54] and because of the company not yet receiving financing for the project.[56] Site preparation started in July 1998, with an opening date scheduled for December 1999,[57] but construction never began. In 1999, the property was sold to Station Casinos,[58][59] which sold the land a year later for use as a shopping center.[60]
Shenandoah Hotel and Casino
A project by Wayne Newton. Although the hotel operated for a short time at 120 E. Flamingo Road, the management was unable to get a gaming license. After years of floundering it was sold to a Canadian company and became Bourbon Street Hotel and Casino.
Silver City proposals
By January 2000, Luke Brugnara was planning to build a San Francisco-themed resort on the site of the closed Silver City Casino.[61] Brugnara intended to give Silver City a multimillion-dollar renovation, with plans to have a fully operational hotel-casino by 2002.[62] In March 2001, Brugnara's request for a gaming license was rejected.[63] In May 2002, it was announced that Brugnara had sold the casino while retaining six acres located behind the building.[64] In 2003, Brugnara was planning to build a 24-story, 304-room hotel and casino resort on a portion of the Silver City property. The resort, to be named "Tycoon", was to be designed by Lee Linton, with an expected cost of approximately $100 million.[65]
Starship Orion
International Thoroughbred Breeders (ITB) announced plans to demolish the El Rancho and construct Starship Orion, a $1 billion hotel, casino, entertainment and retail complex with an outer space theme, covering 5.4 million square feet (501,676 square meters). The resort was to include seven separately owned casinos, each approximately 30,000 square feet (2,787 square meters).[66][67] Each potential casino owner was to contribute up to $100 million to own and operate a casino within the complex.[68] The complex would have included 300,000 square feet (27,871 square meters) of retail space, as well as 2,400 hotel rooms and a 65-story hotel tower. ITB hoped to begin construction later in 1996, with a planned opening date of April 1998.[67]
Sunrise
This was to have been located at 4575 Boulder Highway. Property developer Michael Mona Jr. built the hotel-casino and stated that he was going to break tradition by starting a "casino without a theme". He failed to get an unrestricted gaming license when suspicions arose concerning his associations with alleged organized crime figures. Chips were made for the casino, but were never used.[69] The building was opened as Arizona Charlie's Boulder.
Titanic
In 1999, Bob Stupak was planning a 400-foot-high (122 m) resort themed after the RMS Titanic, to be built on a 10-acre (4 hectares) property he owned near downtown Las Vegas. The resort would have included 1,200 rooms, 800 of which were to be used for timeshares to help finance the project. That year, planning commissioners rejected Stupak's request to change the zoning to allow for a hotel.[70] The project was later planned for the former site of the El Rancho Vegas on the Las Vegas Strip, but was rejected by the Las Vegas City Council.[4]
W Las Vegas
Main article: W Las Vegas W Las Vegas was proposed in August 2005, as a $1.7 billion joint project between Starwood and Edge Resorts, with a scheduled opening in 2008. The project would include a 75,000 sq ft (7,000 m2) casino and approximately 3,000 hotel, condo hotel, and residential units.[71][72] The project was cancelled in May 2007, after Starwood pulled out of the deal.[73]
Wally's Wagon Wheel
Wally's Wagon Wheel was to be developed by Walter Weiss through his company, Magna Leisure Partnership.[74][75] The project was proposed for 2200 South Boulder Highway in Henderson,[76][77] between Wagon Wheel Drive and Roberts Road,[78] near Henderson's Old Vegas western theme park. Manga Leisure Partnership purchased the 15.5-acre property in late February 1988. Weiss, at that time, had tentative plans for a western-themed, 112-room property known then as the Wagon Wheel Hotel and Casino. The Wagon Wheel was expected to cost $15 million, and financing had yet to be obtained for the project, which Weiss expected to open in early 1990.[74] The project, which would include a 55,000 sq ft (5,100 m2) casino, was to be built in two phases.[79]
By October 1991, Wally's Wagon Wheel remained unbuilt due to difficulty obtaining financing.[80][76] That month, the Henderson Planning Commission voted to give Weiss more time to make progress on the project. At that time, the project was to include 204 hotel rooms and would be built on 13.30 acres (5.38 ha). Weiss noted that the nearby successful Sam's Town hotel-casino opened with 204 rooms, and he believed his project would be successful if he opened with the same amount of rooms for good luck.[76] By the end of 1992, Weiss had still not acquired financing for Wally's Wagon Wheel. At the time, the project was the largest of five casinos being planned for Henderson. The three-story project was to include 200 rooms, two restaurants, a theater lounge for country and western entertainment, and a large bingo room. Weiss stated that groundbreaking was scheduled for May 1993, with an expected opening in June 1994. The hotel-casino would employ approximately 600 people upon opening.[81]
Weiss met with nearby residents to discuss the project, and he had the original design changed to include a larger buffer zone between homes and the hotel-casino. In November 1994, the Henderson Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of Weiss' requested zone change as part of the redesign. The project, at that time, was to include a one-story casino and a four-story hotel with 400 rooms.[82][83] In December 1994, the Henderson City Council rejected Weiss' plans for a 200-foot (61 m) buffer.[84]
In July 1997, the unbuilt project received its sixth extension from the Henderson Planning Commission for a use permit and architectural review.[85] In August 1997, the Henderson City Council approved the sixth extension, but denied Weiss' appeal for a one-year extension, instead giving him six months to make progress on the project.[77] Up to that time, $1.7 million had been invested in the project by Magna Leisure Partnership.[86] As of 1998, the project was expected to cost $80 million and employ at least 1,200 people, and the proposed site had increased to 19 acres (7 ha). At that time, Weiss stated that he was close to obtaining financing for the project from a casino operator.[87] The project was never built.
Wild Wild West
Not to be confused with Wild Wild West Gambling Hall & Hotel. As of 1993, Station Casinos owned a 27-acre (11 ha) site on Boulder Highway with the potential to be developed as a casino. The site was located across the street from Sam's Town hotel-casino.[88] In January 1998, Crescent Real Estate Equities Co. announced plans to purchase Station Casinos, which had intended to sell the land prior to the announcement.[89] By March 1998, Station Casinos was planning to develop a hotel-casino complex on the land, which was occupied by a vacant strip mall. The complex would be known as Wild Wild West, with local residents as the target clientele.[90][89]
Crescent's purchase of Station Casinos failed in August 1998, and Station Casinos subsequently slowed its plans to build the project.[91] By the end of the year, the project had received approval from the Clark County Planning Commission for a 273,000 sq ft (25,400 m2) casino and a 504-room hotel.[92] No timetable for construction was announced,[92][93] and Station Casinos had already decided by that point not to start any new projects prior to 2000.[92] Station Casinos sold the undeveloped land for $11.2 million to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in April 2004.[94]
World Port
In 2000, Howard Bulloch, David Gaffin, and their partner Tom Gonzales transferred ownership of the Glass Pool Inn property to their group, known as New World, with plans for a megaresort.[95] New World purchased several other nearby motels to accumulate a 77-acre (31 ha) parcel located on the Las Vegas Strip and east of the Mandalay Bay.[96] In January 2001, plans were announced for World Port Resorts, a megaresort consisting of hotel-casinos, a convention center and a fine arts facility. The project was to be built on the 77-acre (31 ha property, a portion of which was occupied by the Glass Pool Inn.[96]
World Trade Center
To have been located at 925 East Desert Inn Road. Leonard Shoen, co-founder of U-Haul truck rental, purchased the property of what had been the Chaparral Hotel & Casino in 1996, renovating it into the World Trade Center Hotel. A gaming license was applied for, but when it was discovered that two of Shoen's closest partners were convicted felons, the application was denied in 1998. He withdrew his application, and died in a car crash in 1999 that was ruled a suicide. Cards and gaming chips were produced for the World Trade Center Casino, but were never used.[97] The property has since been demolished and is now a parking lot, part of the Las Vegas Convention Center Annex.
World Wrestling Federation
A casino resort themed after the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) was proposed for a property near the Interstate 15 freeway across from Mandalay Bay. The project never went past the proposal stage.[4] The land where it would have stood is now Allegiant Stadium.
WWF also proposed to open the project on the property once used by the Clarion Hotel and Casino, which was demolished in 2015 to become a parking lot.
Xanadu
In February 1976, the Clark County Commission approved the 23-story Xanadu resort, to be built on the Las Vegas Strip at the corner of South Las Vegas Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue. The resort would include approximately 1,700 hotel rooms and a casino, as well as convention facilities, a showroom, dining, and indoor tennis courts. The resort was to be developed by Tandy McGinnis – of Bowling Green, Kentucky – and his Xanadu Corporation, and would be built on 48.6 acres (19.7 ha) owned by Howard Downes, a resident of Coral Gables, Florida.[98][99][100] The Xanadu would feature a pyramid design, and was expected to cost $150 million.[100] It would have been the first themed mega-resort. Much information and many artifacts of the project are housed at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas library. The Excalibur Hotel and Casino ultimately opened on the property in 1990.[101]
See also
Category:Defunct casinos in the Las Vegas Valley List of Atlantic City casinos that never opened
submitted by Gourmet_Salad to OneWordBan [link] [comments]


2019.07.09 10:59 syro_u473t8e Huge collection of instructional BDSM/Kink books

http://wonder-woman.info/ds/

File List:
50 Shades of Kink - Tristan Taormino.pdf 50 Ways to Play BDSM For Nice People.pdf A Charm School For Sissy Maids - Lorelei.pdf A Defense Of Masochism - Anita Phillips.pdf A Dominants Handbook with exam 26-11.pdf A Guide To The Correction of Young Gentlemen.pdf A Keyholders Diary - Esther Park.pdf A KeyHolders Handbook - Georgia Ivey Green.pdf An Owned Life - Dennis Najee.pdf Around Her Finger - Addison.pdf At Her Feet - TammyJo Eckhart.pdf A to Z Of BDSM - Bill Reed.pdf A Womans Guide To a Female Led Relationship - Victoria West.pdf BDSM Basics for Beginners - Michelle Fegatofi.pdf BDSM Playbook - Melissa Beach.pdf Becoming A Slave - Jack Rinella.pdf Behave - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst.pdf Beyond Games of Trance - Alex Tsander.pdf Bound To Be Free The SM Experience.pdf Breaking My Slave - De Coster.pdf Caring Domination.pdf Collared - Melissa Cohen.pdf Concertina - Susan Winemaker.pdf Consensual Sadomasochism.pdf Consensual Spanking - Jules Markham.pdf Control Your Submissive Boy- Lockhart.pdf Creating a Personal Protocol - Shannon Reilly.pdf Devil In The Details III - LT Morrison.pdf Devil In The Details II - LT Morrison.pdf Devil In The Details I - LT Morrison.pdf Diary Of An S&M Romance - Dollie Llama.pdf Diary of a Submissive - Sophie Morgan.pdf Different Loving - Brame.pdf Dining With Humpty Dumpty.pdf Discipline- Adding Rules And Discipline To Your BDSM Relationship.pdf Domestic Discipline - Jules Markham.pdf Dominant Female Submissive Male - Sophia James.pdf Domination and Submission - The BDSM Relationship Handbook.pdf Dom's Guide to Submissive Training - Elizabeth Cramer.pdf Dom's Guide to Submissive Training Vol2- Elizabeth Cramer.pdf Electro Stim Safety - Lady Robin.pdf Em And Lo Sex Toy.pdf Endless Knot - Mathew Styranka.pdf Enough To Make You Blush - Princess Kali.pdf Erotic Power An Exploration of Dominance and Submission - Gini Scott .pdf Erotic Slavehood - Christina Abernathy.pdf Erotic Surrender The Sensual Joys Of Female Submission - Claudia Varrin.pdf Essence of Shibari - Shin Nawakari.pdf Extreme Space The Domination And Submission Handbook - Mallory.pdf Family Jewels A Guide To Male Genital Play And Torment - Hardy Haberman.pdf Female Dominance Rituals And Practices - Claudia Varrin.pdf Female Domination 101 - Smythe.pdf Female Domination - Elise Sutton.pdf FemDom And Brainwashing Techniques - William Bond.pdf Femdom for Nice Girls - Lucy Fairbourne.pdf FemDom Training of Submissive Males - Vanessa Chaland.pdf Fetichism - Sexual Nature of Erotic Symbolism.pdf Finding Love Through Female Domination - Renee Lane.pdf Finding Your Domme - Hart.pdf Flames Of Passion Handbook Of Erotic Fire Play.pdf Flogging - Joseph Bean.pdf Give Women Wild Screaming Orgasms - David Shade.pdf Guide To Female Supremacy - Mistress Peggy Sue.pdf Health Care Without Shame - Charles Moser.pdf How to Be a Dominant Diva.pdf How to Get Your Wife to Cuckold - Lionel Maximilien.pdf How To Love A Powerful Woman - Te-Erika Patterson.pdf How To Set Up An FLR - Georgia Ivey Green.pdf HypnoDomme - Forbidden Erotic Hypnosis Secrets Revealed - Kali DuBois.pdf Hypnotize Your Lover - Wendi Friesen.pdf Imaginative Sex - John Norman.pdf Its Called Polyamory - Tamara Pincus.pdf Jay Wiseman's Erotic Bondage Handbook.pdf Juice - Electricity For Pleasure And Pain.pdf Kink- The Shocking Hidden Sex Lives Of Americans.pdf La Laisse A Common Sense Approach To Dominance And Submission.pdf Leading and Supportive Love - Chris M. Lyon.pdf Learning The Ropes - Race Bannon.pdf Leather And Latex Care - Thibault.pdf Leathersex - Joseph Bean.pdf Lessons In Service From Charlie Trotter.pdf list.txt Look Into My Eyes - Peter Masters.pdf Male Chastity A Guide for Key Holders - Lucy Fairbourne.pdf Manual Creation - Machele Kindle.pdf Mastering Erotic Hypnosis.pdf Master Nage's Guide To Training Consensual Slaves.pdf Master-Slave Relations-Theory And Practice - Rubel.pdf Mating in Captivity Unlocking Erotic Intelligence - Esther Perel.pdf Mind Play A Guide To Erotic Hypnosis - Mark Wiseman.pdf Miss Abernathys Concise Slave Training Manual.pdf On The Safe Edge A Manual For SM Play.pdf Order For Discipline And Service Handbook.pdf Our Lives Our History.pdf Owning And Training A Male Slave - Ingrid Bellemare.pdf Paradigms Of Power - Raven Kaldera.pdf Partners In Power Living In Kinky Relationships - Jack Rinella.pdf Pillow Talk- A Comprehensive Guide To Erotic Hypnosis And Relyfe Programming.pdf Playing On The Edge - Staci Newmahr.pdf Playing Well with Others - Lee Harrington.pdf Power Circuits - Raven Kaldera.pdf Protocol Manual - James Gordon.pdf Protocols Handbook For The Female Slave - Robert Rubel.pdf Real Service - Joshua Tenpenny.pdf Real Women Dont Do Housework - Fumika Misato.pdf Real Women Dont Do Housework.pdf Restart Intimacy A Unique Approach To Male Chastity - Sierra Parker.pdf Sadism - Sex Love and Pain - A Strange Urge.pdf Sadomasochism Powerful Pleasures.pdf Safe Sane And Consensual.pdf Screw the Roses-Send Me the Thorns.pdf Sensuous Magic A Guide to SM - Patrick Califia.pdf Serving Me - Slave Instruction Manual - Ingrid Bellemare.pdf Sex Power and Pleasure - Mariana Valverde.pdf Sex Tips from a Dominatrix - Patricia Payne.pdf Sexual Power for Women - Georgeann Cross.pdf She Comes First - Ian Kerner.pdf Shes In Control - MsNN.pdf She Wants A Loving Female Led Relationship - Te-Erika Patterson.pdf Shibari You Can Use Japanese Rope Bondage and Erotic Macrame.pdf SlaveCraft - Guy Baldwin.pdf SM 101- A Realistic Introduction - Jay Wiseman.pdf S-M The Last Taboo.pdf Submissive Training - 23 Things - Elizabeth Cramer.pdf Taking Back Your Marriage - Georgia Ivey Green.pdf Techniques Of Pleasure - Margot Weiss.pdf The Adult Spanking and Discipline Handbook - Gemma Forbes.pdf The Art of Sensual Female Dominance A Guide for Women - Claudia Varrin.pdf The Bride Wore Black Leather - Drew Campell.pdf The Compleat Slave - Jack Rinella.pdf The Control Book - Peter Masters.pdf The Courage to Submit - Wallace Vernor.pdf The Curious Human Phenomenon - Peter Masters.pdf The Domestic Revolution - Eve Bannet.pdf The Dominant Wife Rulebook - Mistress Jessica.pdf The Erotic Mind - Jack Morin.pdf The Ethical Slut - Easton & Hardy.pdf The Female Dominant Games She Plays - Claudia Varrin.pdf The FemDom Experience - Elise Sutton.pdf The Forked Tongue A Handbook For Treating People Badly - Flagg.pdf The Good Girls Guide to Domination.pdf The Good Wifes Guide to Taking Charge - Rebecca Lawson.pdf The Hesitant Mistress - Dvanna Hightower.pdf The History And Arts of the Dominatrix - Anne O Nomis.pdf The Leathermans Handbook II - Larry Townsend.pdf The Leathermans Protocol Handbook - John Weal.pdf The Lesbian SM Safety Manual - Pat Califia.pdf The Little Bit Naughty Book of Blow Jobs.pdf The Loving Dominant - John Warren.pdf The Mamoth Book Of Erotic Romance And Domination - Jakubowski.pdf The Many Shades of BDSM - B.J. Dempsey.pdf The Masters Manual - Jack Rinella.pdf The Mind Whisperer Erotic Hypnosis Sensual Trace And Beyond - Shane Hill.pdf The Mistress Manual - Lorelei.pdf The New Bottoming Book.pdf The New Brides Guide to Training Her Husband - Addison.pdf The New Topping Book.pdf The Ritual of Dominance and Submission - David English.pdf The Sexually Dominant Woman - Lady Green.pdf The Surrendered Wife - Laura Doyle.pdf The Tao of Relationship Maintenance for Mind Controllers.pdf The Toybag Guide To Foot And Shoe Worship - Midori.pdf The Training Of Lust Pet.pdf The Truth About Sex- A Sex Primer For The 21st Century - Gloria G. Brame.pdf The Ultimate Guide to Bondage - Mistress Couple.pdf The Ultimate Guide to Kink - Tristan Taormino.pdf The Ultimate Guide to Sexual Fantasy - Violet Blue.pdf The Velvet Underground - Michael Leigh.pdf Thinking Kink - Catherine Scott.pdf Ties That Bind - Guy Baldwin.pdf Tips and Tricks For KeyHolders - Georgia Ivey Green.pdf To Love To Obey To Serve - V.M. Johnson.pdf Training of a Slave - De Coster.pdf Training With Miss Abernathy.pdf Two Knotty Boys Back on the Ropes.pdf Two Knotty Boys Showing You The Ropes.pdf Uniquely Rika - Ms Rika.pdf What You Always Wanted To Know About Sex Fantasies - Thomas Hilton.pdf When Someone You Love Is Kinky - Dossie Easton.pdf Where I Am Led - Christina Parker.pdf Why Women Should Rule The World - William Bond.pdf Worshipping Your Wife - Mark Remond.pdf 
Zip containing all files:
wonder-woman.info/ds/ds.zip
submitted by syro_u473t8e to opendirectories [link] [comments]


2019.07.08 20:34 abhijoysarkar Weekly Update: PAR on CMC, The Parachute Story, AXPR on Binance Chain, Opacity Willard... – 21 Jun - 27 Jun'19

Weekly Update: PAR on CMC, The Parachute Story, AXPR on Binance Chain, Opacity Willard... – 21 Jun - 27 Jun'19
Hiya folks! Here’s your week at Parachute (21 Jun - 27 Jun'19):

This was the biggest week at Parachute yet. So we will need multiple paragraphs for Parachute in this update. It has been a long time coming. PAR got listed on CoinMarketCap and we are super stoked about it! Some of the factors that led upto the listing were – 80k BOMB tokens tipped around in ParJar in 29k tips and Weekly ParJar user chart going parabolic. Thanks once again to BOMB for the shoutout! Great chemistry indeed. This was also an appropriate time to share the Parachute story – how it all started, where we are right now and where we are headed to. One step at a time towards #cryptoforeveryone. What a journey! Also, Cap published the PAR tokenomics article for anyone wanting to see how it will move around in the Parachute ecosystem.
Ice @Parachute HQ on a Saturday contemplating “What is Parachute?”
The CMC listing called for a celebratory Parena. And glorious it was! Blood was spilled, alliances crushed and in the end Marcone stood victorious. He took home 150k PAR from a 525k PAR pot. Still not sure how Parena works? Well, TTR folks got your back. Community members from the tip room made some amazing Video Tutorials on Parena. Click here to check them out! ParJar turned into trivia central this week with Victor, Ian (props to Rene for sticking with “Picasso” for every answer in the art quiz. Lol), Afful and Sophie hosting back to back quizzes. A total of 245k PAR were given out. Say what! This week’s two-for-Tuesday theme was cover songs.
Jason’s beer consignment from last week reached its destination. Cheers Chris!
Sebastian had taken the lead in the Big Chili Race in the middle of the week, only to be beaten by Tony (again!) by the end of the week at 38 cm. The ultra hots breached 20 cm just this week. Gian announced the start of the Big Brother 21 contest with a 240k PAR pot. BB fans assemble! Watch out for updates from GC in Parachute. Facebook just announced the Libra cryptocurrency project and we had to get in on that discussion. Right on cue, this week’s Parachute + Uptrennd brainstorm session was based on how Libra would impact crypto.
Alexis repping PAR with that uber cool OG gear
New feature alert on ParJar: type /price and then coin/token ticker to get current price statistics in USD (Eg. /price PAR) OR, type /price then coin/token ticker and then a representing coin/token/currency ticker (any one between BTC/ETH/LTC/XLM/XRP/BCH/CAD/EUGBP/PLN/RUB) to get price statistics in representing currency (Eg. /price PAR ETH to get price statistics of PAR in ETH) [P.S. It is recommended to use the /price function in PM with the bot to avoid spam]. Oh and did I mention that ParJar tip confirmation messages now include the tipper as well? This will help keep an audit trail of tips should it be required. Also, check out the revised Parachute 101 Doc. It is a whitepaperoadmap/plan/technical documentation/pitch deck all rolled into one. Can’t get simpler than that. For ParJar support issues, we have a specific channel now to handle individual cases. Plus, there’s new Parachute swag in the Parachute Shop now. Thanks Clinton!
New group logo. Clean and simple
Whew! And we are not done yet. This was just Parachute news. For partner news, keep reading! aXpire is now integrating with Binance Chain to create a BEP2 version of AXPR for trading on Binance Dex. Woohoo! Remember, we had mentioned that Fantom was open sourcing its ERC20-BEP2 bridge? Well, that’s what’s helping aXpire get to BEP2. Thanks Fantom! The ERC20 version of the token will also continue to exist and this is not a token swap. Just a means to be able to trade on Binance Dex. aXpire aired the first ever episode of its Blockchain for Good Series which talks about use of blockchain in humanitarian aid. The project got a detailed feature on SS Connection’s video this week. The team wasn’t even aware until a community member pointed it out. Spanish speakers, enjoy! aXpire also attended the Crypto Evolved conference hosted by Viable Mkts this week. Don’t forget to check out the detailed piece by CardRates that covers the various enterprise solutions offered by aXpire.
aXpire at Crypto Evolved Conference
BOMB token was listed on Switcheo this week in a Flash Listing. What this means is if BOMB trade volumes are sustained over a month, the listing will be permanent. One cool feature of Switcheo is that you can create OTC deals on it. Heard the BOMB Theme Song yet? A community member made a super catchy one. Listen in here. BOMB core developer Austin sat down for an interview with Crypto Lifestyle this week to delve into the project and talk all things BOMB. The BOMB Video contest is on full swing with terrific entries in already. Check out this tweet thread to watch some of them. CoinsOnFire’s review of BOMB is up too. Have a read! And finally a big one. Founder Zachary Dash’s tete-a-tete with Occupy Wall Street co-founder Micah White is out now.
Can’t get over how deeply analysed Benjamin’s BOMB Reports are
Horizon State was featured in a list compiled by researcher Ellis Jones covering the various ways blockchain was creating social impact. Founder Nimo also shared his observation this week (in his weekly “Good Dickens” message) that sales calls to countries for their elections are proving to be futile and expensive. “Instead, we are now targeting companies and other entities who need relatively lower-stake votes….The plan is to get a good number of happy customers - so that any subsequent sale becomes a bit easier”. Sounds like a great plan! Like always, the District Weekly and Dev Update provide ample news from District0x. Similarly Bounty0x’s Distribution Report and Product Update should be of interest to bounty hunters and BNTY fans. Switch’s ESH token got listed on Instantbitex this week. ETHOS is now listed on Simple Swap and Change NOW. And Birdchain’s BIRD token was listed on P2PB2B exchange.
First 5 days of the 2gether referral program
Hydro founder Matthew Kane travelled to Tel Aviv this week to speak at the FinTech Junction Conference on Digital Transformations in the Banking sector (click here for pics). Check out Mark Anstead’s quick intro videos on Hydro products and Hydro Pay. The team also announced the start of a video contest this week for some cool HYDRO up for grabs. Check out the deets here. The Hydro Pay platform also has some pretty cool referral bonuses. If you haven’t seen them yet, have read of this article for a quick lowdown. The Opacity 101 article came out this week. It’s a comprehensive guide to get started using the platform from scratch. Plus, Tim made a cool new bot to share Opacity Gift Codes with each other. There are 8 codes in the article but they are probably all redeemed by now. Fantom’s push for transparency has already seen tie-ups with Messari and Binance (V label). In line with this, the project also partnered with Xangle. CMO Michael Chen has been travelling this week to speak about Fantom - at Blockchain Expo and ZKLux#1. Reflecting on the Binance listing, the Fantom team listed their top takeaways in this tweet thread. KuCoin moved FTM to its KuCoin Plus Trading Area which is the exchange’s own curated list of top projects. Woot! Weiss Ratings’ review of FTM was also published this week. Check it out! Fantom's infographic contest has been seeing some stellar entries already. Click here to check an absolute stunner. And finally, the Wednesday airdrops have now started on the WednesdayClub dApp. Get in on it!

And with that we close for this week at Parachute. See you tomorrow with another update and then we will be all caught up. Ciao!
submitted by abhijoysarkar to ParachuteToken [link] [comments]


2019.05.05 17:00 xenokilla Fun and Exciting Event Note-Foodie Happenings in Michiana!

Fun and Exciting Event Note - Foodie Happenings in Michiana!
Created by the Michiana Cork and Fork Facebook Page
Sun, May 5th – Ironhand Vineyard – Cinco de Mayo from noon – 5:30pm. In celebration of Cinco de Mayo, we'll be featuring shrimp ceviche and tortilla chips. Enjoy Latitude Latin Music from 4-6pm.
Weds, May 8th – Eat. Drink. Downtown South Bend – Wednesday Wine Walk – CHANGE this year – Tickets will NOT be sold at participating restaurants but through Eventbrite ahead of time. You can then pick up your wristbands downtown at the DTSB offices Mon-Weds before event or on the Gridiron next to the South Bend Chocolate Café that night. Cost is $40 per person and gets you 3 wine tastings with 3 appetizer pairings.
Thurs, May 9th – Chalet Party Shoppe, Co Rd 17 – Mother’s Day Tasting Event from 6- 8pm. Mother's day is just around the corner and you probably don't have a gift lined up yet. Well, if you need a little help, come out to our Mother's Day Tasting Event on Thursday May 9th from 6 - 8 at our County Road 17 location in Elkhart for a FREE tasting event! Bring Mom, leave the kids at home and try some fantastic products! We will be sampling a wide variety of Wines, Spirits and Beer; should have no problem finding Mom that little something she enjoys. Snack items will be available between samples to cleanse the palate. We hope to see you there! Please sample responsibly!
Sat, May 11th – Goshen Brewing Company – GBCo’s 4thanniversary party from 11am – 11pm. We're throwing a party to celebrate 4 years of fun! Join us for beer releases, food specials from our BBQ trailer, music courtesy of The VinylWagon, and a general rocking good time!
Local Mother’s Day Dining Options
Sun, May 12th – Bacon Hill Kitchen & Pub – Mother’s Day Brunch with seating at 10am and 1pm. Your mama works hard! This is her day! Bring her out to BHKP for a very special Mother's Day Brunch buffet and let her relax and load up on all of her brunch favorites including a build-your-own mimosa and bloody mary bar! We are still putting together the last of the items that will be available and will post pricing here soon - we just wanted to get the event up so you all can make your plans! This event is by reservation only! Call (574) 264-2337 to make your reservations and choose from two setting times: the first at 10:00am and the second at 1:00pm!
Sun, May 12th – Tapastrie – Mamas & Tapas - Celebrate Mom Tapas Style on May 12th, “Brunch Menu” 11:30am- 3:00pm. Call 574-232-9200 or visit www.tapastrie.com for reservations. See detailed menu at: https://www.facebook.com/tapastrie/posts/2377455809137398?__tn__=K-R
Sun, May 12th – Ironhand Vineyards – Mother’s Day Mimosa Bar & Brunch Specials from noon – 4pm. Build your own mimosas with Michigan Brut, gourmet juices, fruit and garnishes. $12/mimosa. Brunch Specials: Quiche: Burst Tomato, Prosciutto, and Goat Cheese, OR a Spinach, Red Pepper, and Feta Quiche ​served with Fresh Melon and a Mixed Green Salad with Walnuts, Feta, Blueberries, Raspberries, Blackberries and Balsamic Vinaigrette. $13/plate. Sun, May 12th – Villa Macri Ristorante – Mother’s Day Brunch & Dinner - Join us for Mother's Day Brunch from 10am-2pm or for Dinner from 4pm-9pm! Our Brunch Buffet includes Prime Rib, Carved Ham, Salmon, Applewood Bacon Chicken, Pasta, Assorted Salads, Fruit, Vegetables, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Custom Omelettes, French Toast, Hashbrowns, Biscuits and Gravy, Desserts....and more! Adults $28.95, Children 12 and under $12.95. Coffee, Tea and Soda are included. Dinner Service begins at 4pm with our Full Menu. Special Mother's Day Dinner Features will be offered in addition to Beer, Wine, and Cocktail Features available all day! Reservations are Recommended: 574-277-7273.
Sun, May 12th – Capri Italian Restaurant Granger – Mother’s Day at 11am. Don't forget to make your Mothers Day reservations NOW! We are offering our Regular Lunch and Dinner Menu. Call today 574-271-1500.
Sun, May 12th – Morris Inn at University of Notre Dame – Mother’s Day Brunch from 10:30am – 2:30pm. Celebrate all of the mothers in your life at Morris Inn’s annual Mother’s Day Brunch. Enjoy a buffet full of appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts while you and your family create lifelong memories. Adults // $44.95, Children (5-12 years) // $10.95, Children 4 and under // Free. https://morrisinn.nd.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/017534_MI_Mothers-Day-Brunch-Menu_R1.pdf
Sun, May 12th – The Lerner Theater – Mother’s Day Brunch - We invite you to join us for our Mother's Day Brunch in the beautiful Crystal Ballroom at The Lerner Theatre! ✨ 🌷 🌻Alongside a delicious menu, we will be featuring made-to-order Bloody Marys and mimosas! Find the full menu here and purchase your tickets: https://bit.ly/2HsLdw0
Sun, May 12th – Café Navarre – Mother’s Day Brunch from 10am-2pm, regular dinner service from 4 – 10pm
Sun, May 12th – Doc Pierce’s Restaurant - Mother's Day Hours at Doc Pierce's Restaurant are 11:30am to 6:30pm. Please call 574-255-7737 for Reservations
Sun, May 12th – Bistro 933 – Mother’s Day Brunch from 10am – 2pm. $29 per adult, $12 kids 12 and under. See detailed menu at https://www.facebook.com/Bistro933/photos/a.10150534614648831/10156440395218831/?type=3&theater
Sun, May 12th – Artisan – Mother’s Day Dinner from 4 – 9pm. Celebrate Mom this Mother's Day! Join us for dinner. Reservations are encouraged, so call today to reserve your seat or visit www.artisanelkhart.com {last seating at 8p}.
Sun, May 12th – Kelly Jae’s Café – Mother’s Day Brunch from 11am – 2pm. For that special person in your life! Text 260.267.5523 or call us at 574.537.1027 to make a reservation.
Sun, May 12th – The Blackbird Waterhouse, Coloma – Mother’s Day Brunch from 9am – 3pm. Spoil mom this year, with an unforgettable dining experience at The Blackbird Waterhouse. The Restaurant will round out it’s Grand Opening weekend with a special day for Moms! Open limited hours: 9am-3pm, we will be serving up a one-of-a-kind, upscale brunch buffet + drink specials.* $35 ADULT $15 AGES 6-12. Children ages 5 and under eat free. Reservations are required for this event. Please call 269.468.BIRD to reserve your table. *Bar service + drink specials begin at noon. Exact specials will be shared the week of the event.
Sun, May 12th – Traditions Restaurant & Bar – Mother’s Day Brunch from 10:30am – 2:30pm. To all the mothers, this one’s for you! On Mother’s Day we will have special items and brunch will be extended by an hour. Come enjoy a mom-osa on us! For detailed menu, visit https://www.facebook.com/TraditionsND/photos/a.311900382939717/419086622221092/?type=3&theater
Sun, May 12th – Skip’s Restaurant & Catering – Mother’s Day Celebration from noon – 4pm. Skip’s would like to invite you to its annual Mother’s Day Celebration! Every lady who joins us will receive a live plant to take home. We will be offering an open menu along with our AYCE Prime Rib & Seafood Buffet: adults $39.95, children 6-12 half price, 5 and under are free with a adult buffet. Soft drinks will be included with the Mother’s Day Buffet. Mother’s Day hours are 12-4 eastern time and reservations are HIGHLY recommended. Reservations can be made by calling 269-469-3341 or messaging our social media pages, Facebook (Skip’s Restaurant & Catering), Instagram (@Skipsnewbuffalo) & Twitter (@skipsfam). Large groups are always welcome!
Sun, May 12th – ONE TEN craft meatery, Warsaw – Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet from 10am – 2pm. What better way to show appreciation to the momma's in your life! Get dolled up, alleviate the work, and let us make it easy for you to enjoy some relaxing quality time with your mother, wife, or Nana. $28 per Adult Under 12 years old, $1 per year. We'll have our endless Brunch Buffet spread for you and your family. There will be a wide variety of sweet, savory, pastries, and proteins. Round it out by adding Coffee, Bloody Mary Bar, or Mimosa and you'll be set! NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS. Call 574-267-7007 or through Open Table.
Sun, May 12th – Wood Fire Trattoria, Dowagiac – Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet from 10am – 3pm. Adults $38, kids 12 and under $19 and children under 5 eat free. Buffet includes carving station with ham and prime rib, chicken & salmon dishes, seafood bar including crab legs, shrimp and much, much more. Full dinner service available from 5 – 8pm.
Happy Mother’s Day!!
Weds, May 29th – LEX 530 – Spring Wine Dinner starting at 6pm. Our third LEX 530 Wine Dinner will be held on May 29, 2019, at the LEX 530 Event Center in Elkhart, IN. This Spring Wine Dinner will feature premium Glenwood Cellars and Tiedemann wines made by vintner Carl Tiedemann to pair with Executive Chef Chad Coryn’s delectable five-course dinner. The event begins at 6:00 pm with dinner starting at 6:30 pm. Each course is listed below. First Course: Tartine of wild mushrooms, comte cheese, thyme and crispy garlic. Paired with the 2015 Glenwood Cellars Sauvignon Blanc. Second Course: Pan-seared sea scallop, spring vegetable and guanciale succotash and pickled wild ramp vinaigrette. Paired with the 2014 Glenwood Cellars Chardonnay. Third Course: Sumac and rosemary-rubbed lamb chop, smoky eggplant caviar, quinoa-herb salad and toum. Paired with the 2015 Glenwood Cellars Pinot Noir. Fourth Course: Harissa-spiced hanger steak, charred spring onions and Rogue River smoked blue cheese fondue. Paired with the 2015 Tiedemann Adler’s Blend. Fifth Course: Orange-poppyseed cream biscuit, macerated local strawberries and spiked diplomat cream. Paired with the 2010 Tiedemann Signature Series Bordeaux Style Red Blend. We look forward to seeing everyone at this delightful Spring Wine Dinner. If you are a LEX 530 Wine Club Member please contact Courtney at 574-296-1314. There is limited seating for this event and we expect it to fill up fast. We are located at 530 E. Lexington Avenue in Elkhart. Guests must be at least 21 years of age, with a valid ID. Tickets are $100.00 (tax not included). Individual and shared seating options are available. If you have a preference please contact Lou Ann at 574-296-1335 after purchasing your tickets. Ticket sales end on Friday, May 24th at 5:00 p.m.
Weds, May 29th – Purple Porch Co-op - Best.Co-op.Ever - 10 Year Anniversary and BWE Launch Party from 4 – 9pm. We've been around for 10 years! Come celebrate the monumental occasion with us. Music . Food . Drink . Annual Market Launch . Kids Activities.
Thurs, Jun 6th – Taste of Michiana – Century Center - The 2019 Taste of Michiana is officially part of South Bend’s Best Week Ever! Mark your calendars now: June 6th at the Century Center! Ticket Prices: Adults: $25, Children 6-16: $10, Children 5 and under: FREE. Food and drinks from a variety of local vendors. Ticket Sales at the door. Learn more at TasteOfMichiana.com! 100% of all revenue collected for this event goes to the veterans program at Life Treatment Centers!
Fri, Jun 7th – Hickory Creek Winery – Dinner with the Winemaker! The date is set for our Chef/Winemaker dinner. Friday, June 7th, 6:30pm. Join us for an intimate evening of locally crafted wine paired with a masterfully curated six-course menu by Michael Faltum of The Peasant's Pantry. The evening starts at 6:30pm with a welcome wine in our barrel room. We then move to our winery's private event room and lounge for the meal. We will feature our latest releases from 2017 and 2018. Spend time talking winemaking and viticulture with award-winning winemaker Adam McBride. Seating is extremely limited for this event. Please notify us of any dietary restrictions. Tickets are $75 pe person and can be purchased at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dinner-with-the-winemaker-tickets-60566471948
Fri, Jun 21st – Ironhand Vineyards – Summer Solstice Party! from 5 – 10pm. Celebrate the Summer Solstice at the wine bar with fresh small plate specials and s'mores with marshmallows from Love & Macarons and chocolate from Violet Sky. We'll have a fire pit on the patio for your marshmallow roasting! Menu coming soon!
Restaurant Openings
Fri, Mar 8th - Remedy - Grand opening date for a social hub located next to Notre Dame. Grab a drink, have a bite, and forget about social standards. We're all here to have a good time. Located at 1902 South Bend Ave, South Bend, IN, open 7 days a week - Mon - Fri, 4pm - 3am and Sat and Sun from noon - 3am. See their menu at http://remedysb.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/REMEDY_Menu_Mar19_v2.pdf
Weds, Apr 10th - Iron Shoe Distillery - Grand opening date for new small batch distillery, cocktail bar and restaurant located at 3 North 3rd Street in Niles, Michigan. For more about the new restaurant, visit: https://www.leaderpub.com/2018/08/06/discovering-the-spirit-of-niles/
Mon, Apr 15th - Ghost Isle Brewing Company - Grand opening date for new local brewpub coming to 17684 US Highway 12 in New Buffalo. Read all about them at: https://www.harborcountry-news.com/features/ghost-isle-brewery-debut-draws-neaarticle_21909950-4b01-11e9-894c-e3756a4c8154.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share&fbclid=IwAR3cclaJtPH5sGohyuT-ffMaJHpvfWddMQjWs9k2EAlUwzkUJnB_tngODDI
Early 2019 - The Rage coming to old Riverfront Cafe located at 219 N. Front Street, Niles. The restaurant and café will feature options for casual dining and a place to enjoy coffee or frozen yogurt. For more information, visit https://www.leaderpub.com/2018/03/20/behind-the-scenes-former-riverfront-cafe-has-been-evolving-into-a-new-business/ Spring 2019 - Voyageurs Brewpub & Tiki Lounge - New themed brew pub scheduled to open in Niles at 115 E. Main Street and run by the owners of The Brass Eye. Tiki themed bar will offer rotating craft beers and creative libations. They will also offer food. For more information, visit: https://www.leaderpub.com/2018/02/01/business-owner-plans-to-create-tiki-lounge-at-voyageurs-brew-pub/
Spring 2019 - Niles Brewing Company - New local brewpub coming to 104 N 3rd Street in downtown Niles.
Spring 2019 - The Garage Arcade Bar - New concept coming to 503 E. Colfax near downtown South Bend with a free play arcade bar. Located in the old Lasalle Body Shop, The Garage will be South Bend’s first free-play Arcade Bar. We'll have a wide selection of drinks, many from local vendors. And all of our arcade games will be free-to-play. No quarters required. Just grab a drink or 3, and get gaming.
June 2019 - Ruhe152 - New upscale restaurant, sushi bar and brewery is going to be opening early 2019 in Nappanee, Indiana. More information can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/RUHE152/about/?ref=page_internal
2019 - Yet to be named restaurant - Coming to the old Rack House Tavern and Miracle on the Ave space located at 1902 South Bend Ave, South Bend. The space is now owned by the RendeFat Cap’s team and we are waiting for more information on the concept and estimated opening date. (Remedy)
2019 - Yet to be named restaurant - Coming to the old McCarthy’s on the Riverwalk space in Elkhart. Expected to be a local brewpub concept with great local food. We are waiting for more information on the concept and estimated opening date but activity is going on in the restaurant. 2019 - The Point BBQ and Smokehouse- BBQ and smokehouse featuring full service catering for the greater Michiana area [ brick & mortar coming soon ].
Local Sunday Brunch Options
Weiss Gasthaus, South Bend – 10am – 2pm South Bend Brew Werks – 11am – 2pm Uptown Kitchen, Granger – 7am – 3pm Evil Czech Brewery, Mishawaka – Hangover Buffet from 11am - 3pm. $15.95 adults, $10.95 kids and under 5 is free. Curve Café, Mishawaka – 6am – 2pm Chicory Café, South Bend – Super delicious breakfast sandwiches and homemade quiche and BYO Bloody Marys for only $4 from 9am-6pm Bistro 933, South Bend - Breakfast buffet from 7am – noon Moser's Austrian Cafe, New Carlisle Bacon Hill Kitchen and Pub, Elkhart - Sunday Brunch Fiddler's Hearth, South Bend The Brass Eye, Niles - Bloody Mary bar every Sunday starting at 11am! Crooked Ewe Brewery - noon until close at 8pm. Simonini Gourmet – Sunday Brunch from 9am – 2pm Staymaker at Journeyman Distillery – Brunch from 10am – 2pm Bistro on the Boulevard, St. Joseph, MI – Sunday Brunch from 11:30am – 2pm. Terrace Room, New Buffalo, MI – Weekend Brunch from noon – 4pm, Friday through Sunday Goshen Brewing Company – 11am – 2pm Paris Soda Co, Niles – Sunday brunch buffet from 10am – 2pm. Common Spirits, Goshen - Last Sunday of every month. Check their Facebook page for menu and times. Rocky River Tap and Table - Serving up brunch from 11am to 4pm!
Gluten Free Local Restaurant and Store Suggestions
Sassy’s Sandwich Shack, Granger, Tapastrie, downtown South Bend, Moringa Tree, Elkhart, East Tokyo Hibachi and Sushi, South Bend – gluten free sauces, Breads4Life – South Bend Farmer’s Market and Town and Country, Mishawaka, Barbici, South Bend – Gluten Free Pasta, Davinci’s, Elkhart – Gluten Free Pizza Crusts
Weekly Specials
MONDAY
Lucchese's - $6 Martinis, Stirred martinis - $8, 6 piece Bella Bella shrimp - $6 523 Tap & Grill - 1/2 priced bottles of wine Woochi Japanese Fusion & Bar - $5 well martinis Between the Buns - $.49 Jumbo wings Flippin Cow - $4.99 Steak and Tater dinner Chubby Trout – ½ priced sushi night Evil Czech Brewery – Burger Box Monday! Burger, fries and a pint starting at only $10! Rohr's, Notre Dame - $5 martinis, $4 Hesburgh Manhattans, $2 Sliders from 2-5pm and $8 Murf burger from 5pm-close. Baker’s Bar and Grille, Doubletree, downtown South Bend – Half priced select bottles of wine! LaSalle Grill - $6 glasses of select wines! El Arriero South Bend, 4505 Ameritech Dr, St. 100 – Monday and Tuesday Kids eat FREE! Limit one kids per adult entree. Kids 11 and under Tapastrie - $5 glasses of wine Bistro 933 – Burger Special Monday! Build your own burger for just $5.95. OneFourteen – Made It To Monday – Basic Burger & 16oz PBR for $10 South Bend Brew Werks - Half-Priced Appetizers Monday thru Thursday 2:00-6:00 pm Rocky River Tap & Table - Half priced bottle of wine night!
TUESDAY 523 Tap & Grill - All Draft beers - $3 a pint! Evil Czech - Tacotastic Tuesday - $2, $3 and $4 tacos. Corndance Tavern – Wine Safari - $9 glasses and $32 bottles Between the Buns - $3.99 Angus steak burger and fries Lucchese's - Domestic beer bottles - 1/2 off and any size pizza, 2 toppings for free! Bistro 933 – Taco Tuesday - $2.50 fish tacos from 5 – 10pm Bacon Hill Kitchen & Pub – Taco Tuesday – Chef’s Choice, $3 and ½ off wine by the glass Polito’s Pizzeria Restaurant - $5.75 subs and supreme subs are $6.25. Rohr's Notre Dame - $2 well drinks, $2 sliders from 2-5pm, $2 tacos from 5pm - close. LaSalle Kitchen and Tavern – Whiskey Flight Night – 25 different flight specials, ½ off small plates from 5 – 7pm Baker’s Bar and Grille, Doubletree, downtown South Bend – Half priced select bottles of wine! El Arriero South Bend, 4505 Ameritech Dr, St. 100 – Monday and Tuesday Kids eat FREE! Limit one kids per adult entree. Kids 11 and under The Exchange Whiskey Bar – Free Tuesday Tastings at 6pm Main St. Grille – 25% off all bottles of wine. Pat’s Irish Pub - 2 tacos for $5.00, 1 quesadilla for $6.00 (your choice of chorizo, beef or chicken), $1.00 off all domestic bottles and $3.00 well drinks! Koto - Buy 1, Get 1 Sushi Render Kitchen & Bar - 1/2 priced wines and boards from our "With Bread" category OneFourteen – Taco Tuesday – Chef Choice Taco & $7 Patron Margaritas South Bend Brew Werks - Half-Priced Appetizers Monday thru Thursday 2:00-6:00 pm Woochi Japanese Fusion - Half off bottle sakes on Tuesday. Dandino’s Supper Club - 1/2 off glass or bottle of wine!
WEDNESDAY Corndance Tavern – Prix Fixe Menu – 3 courses for $25. Woochi Japanese Fusion & Bar – ½ priced wine Between the Buns - $5.99 Mulligan – chicken strips and fries Flippin Cow - $1.99 Steak Burger Day! Lucchese's - House made Pasta Night - $10 with your choice of pasta and sauce. Bistro 933 – FREE Bottle of house wine with purchase of 2 dinner entrees. Bacon Hill Kitchen & Pub – Wing Wednesday - .85 smoked/fried wings Politio’s Pizzeria Restaurant – $10 large thin cheese pizzas, dine in only. Additional toppings are $1.75 each. Uptown Kitchen - $5 featured cocktail. Rohr's Notre Dame - 1/2 off bottles of wine $50 and under, $5 select wine by the glass, $4 draft beers, $2 sliders from 2pm-close, $.50 bone in or boneless wings from 5pm to close. Taphouse on the Edge - $5 Street Tacos (Pulled pork, chorizo, veggie and sesame chicken) & Tots LaSalle Kitchen and Tavern – Pint Night - $8 pint with a 1 oz whiskey taster, 2 pints and a cheese and charcuterie board for $20. ½ off small plates from 5 – 7pm. Baker’s Bar and Grille, Doubletree, downtown South Bend – Half priced select bottles of wine! The Pub, Mishawaka – Half Price Wine Day! Between the Buns – ½ off kids meals every Wednesday, includes carry out! Pat’s Irish Pub - $.65 wangs all day! With a choice of one of our many tasty handcrafted sauces! $1.00 off all craft and imports, bottle or draft. Koto - Half off Rotating Wine list by the bottle Bistro on the Boulevard – Drink & Nosh Pairing from 5pm until close. Pairing 4 tastes and 4 delicious small bites for $15 per person. Render Kitchen & Bar - partner with Bare Hands Brew South Bend to do a new "Barehands and Bar snacks" special OneFourteen – Whiskey Wednesday - $2 off Signature Whiskey cocktails South Bend Brew Werks - Half-Priced Appetizers Monday thru Thursday 2:00-6:00 pm
THURSDAY Lucchese's - 1/2 priced glasses of wine 523 Tap & Grill - $5 Martini Night! Corndance Tavern – Martini and tapas night – Order any martini and receive a free tapas appetizer. Between the Buns – Triple Play (2 meals for app & dessert for $20) or Double Play (2 meals for only $12.99). Choose from over 2 dozen of their most popular meals. Bistro 933 - Fresh fish Thursday! Come out for dinner from 5 - 10pm and see what new weekly fresh fish dish they offer! Flippin Cow – 50 cent wing night, bone in or boneless! Bacon Hill Kitchen & Pub – Smoked Baby Back Rib Platter – Half-rack = $15, Full Rack = $24 and $5 Tito’s Moscow Mules Uptown Kitchen - 25% off bottles of wine Polito’s Pizzeria Restaurant – Pasta dishes are buy one, get one half off. Dine in only! Rohr's Notre Dame - $4 Jim Beam, $4 Captain Morgan, $2 sliders from 2pm - close and $5 Mac and Cheese from 5pm to close. LaSalle Kitchen and Tavern – Thirsty Thursday - $2 off draft beers (Indiana and Michigan breweries only). ½ off small plates from 5 – 7pm. Baker’s Bar and Grille, Doubletree, downtown South Bend – Half priced select bottles of wine! Macri’s Italian Kitchen – Polish Buffet from 11am – 2pm. Pat’s Irish Pub - $2.00 off any large pizza, $2.00 16 ounce PBR tall boy cans!! Koto - Half off appetizers and Half off Sake by the glass. Render Kitchen & Bar - "Dry + Rye" night where we feature dry aged steaks and a select rye whiskey every week. The dry aged steaks will be on a first come first serve basis. OneFourteen – Thirsty Thursday - $1 off draft beers & $2 off Signature Burgers South Bend Brew Werks - Half-Priced Appetizers Monday thru Thursday 2:00-6:00 pm
FRIDAY Between the Buns – The Gipper Dinner - $6.99. Mild, tender fish broiled, fried or Cajun-fried. Sports Time Family Pub & Grill - $10.99 AUCE hand breaded fried fish, comes with 2 sides. Curve Café – All You Can Eat Polish Dinner from 2 – 8pm for $10.95. LaSalle Kitchen and Tavern – Happy Weekend - $4 beer specials, $5 cocktail specials and live music! Baker’s Bar and Grille, Doubletree, downtown South Bend – Half priced select bottles of wine! Pat’s Irish Pub - All you can eat fish, with a choice of potato and slaw for $10.99! Curve Cafe - Open on Friday evenings with a dinner menu and their Polish Buffet for only $10.95 per person. SATURDAY Between the Buns - $6.99 wet burritos Bacon Hill Kitchen & Pub – BHKP Brunch - $5 Bacon Hill Bloody Mary’s and $5 Tito’s and Redbull LaSalle Kitchen and Tavern – Happy Weekend - $4 beer specials, $5 cocktail specials and live music! Sassy's Sandwich Shack - Brunch menu available from 9am - 2pm. SUNDAY Between the Buns - $6.99 Fish and Chips dinner Koto - Dollar off Draft Beer and $4 Koto's Signature Spiced Bloody Mary
submitted by xenokilla to SouthBend [link] [comments]


2019.04.10 20:35 wisecryptosignals EVERYONE, Have A Look Here

So, I've come up to the following comment of a video on youtube and since the guy is obviously biased towards EOS, and missing a lot essential information regarding Cardano, I've actually realized he is making a good point in a way or another. Especially considering the fact that the two projects have almost similar life-length.
Let me make it clear, ADA is 99.5% of my portfolio, and i'm in since November of 2018, but let's be honest, there are questions to be raised, and I would start with: how about getting Staking released after 5 official postponements?
Here's the comment:
Some facts about Cardano: - They have a wallet. Its not working very well, takes forever to sync. But, its peer reviewed....like everything else will be. - still running on one server, but promisses to be the most decentralized of all. Some day... - The IOHK contract expires in 2020. - One of the only two dapps that were developing on cardano (sp8do) moved to eos. - Did i mention that they have a wallet?

Some facts about eos: - running with NO FEES and INSTANT transactions (try gaming sites...youll be amazed) on 21 Block Producers out of 500+ from which the voters can choose from, every 2 minutes. - VC founds investing 100s of millions (Novogratz Galaxy digital 325 Million, $100m FinLab AG and BlockOne VC Fund, $50m SVK Crypto and B1 fund, $50m Tomorrow Blockchain opportunities fund, ...___). - $1bn BlockOne commitment to fund Dapps in the Eco system (EOS VC Initiative) - $200m VC fund with Blockchain veterans Michael Cao and Winnie Liu, which will make strategic investments in Asia-focused projects utilizing EOSIO - Bitmain's Jihan Wu investing heavy in BlockOne - PayPal’s Peter Thiel investing heavy in BlockOne - Rob Jesudason, the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Australia’s Commonwealth Bank (CBA), has left the bank to join BlockOne as chief operating officer - Tomorrow Ventures, a venture capital linked to former Alphabet Inc chairman Eric Schmidt, is also involved. - sister chains launching (Worbly, Telos, Eosforce, Boid, Evolution, Eoseurope, BOS,..) They will eventually have inter-Blockchain communication (IBC) which will be a revolution in speed and usability. - Activision (call of duty, angry birds) and Mythical games giants already building on eos. Mythical Games $16m founded by VC's. - China government rated EOS number 1 crypto many times. - Weiss Rating rated EOS number 1 crypto - blocktivity shows - 87 million trx per day, more than all other crypto combined and multiplied many times - in its inphancy (In comparison Ethereum average 600k and Bitcoin average 500k) - 17.000 trx pre pecond on testnet, beating every other project many times over - Wickipedia founder launched Everypedia on EOS, growing fast and thinking on launching their own eos sister chain - DappRadar - most used dapps of all other crypto - Second in number of developers, behind ethereum (not for long as they are moving to eos) - free Airdrops and Airgrabs, worth 1/3 of the EOStokens in just 8 months and coming more and more frequent - Bancor launched a decentralised exchange where you can trade ETH, ERC20, EOS and all EOS airdrops directly beetween them, without fees - many DEX exchanges where you can trade EOS airdrops directly from/to your EOS account - no need to send them anywhere!! (jeah, really!) Eos is growing a brand new internal blockchain market of its own. Many tokens atm are only tradable in EOS. - introducing EOSBTC, EOSETH and EOSUSDT..that act like eth, btc and usdt stable coins, but on eos's blockchain speed - Ledger Nano S integration, where you can set up Ledger to be your active or owner key... and so protecting your eos account even if someone steals your Ledger. A revolution in crypto security. - 4,8 BILLION US DOLLARS warchest in CASH - EOS's development funding is the only crypto that is not effected by the bear market - BlockOne is the only one out there hireing lots of developers in a bear market when others are laying them off. - Many Dapps migrating from ETH to EOS (Sense coin, havven, texico, medipedia, sentinel, Eos Dice bet,...). Even one of the only two dapps developing on cardano just moved to eos (sp8do), publicly exposing cardano as too complicated to build on. - incredibly scalable (every future issue can be fixed easily without a fork) - FORTH crypto in trading volume in a BEAR market (only behind BTC, ETH and USDT) - multiple exchanges adding EOS trading pairs regularly - Blockchain with human readable names, makes transferes as easy as possible - Blockchain with top security, the first one with the so called 'owner' and 'active' key pairs. - one of the strongest and largest community there is. EOS reddit, EOS telegram, a huge amount of sub communities too like for Block Producers, Developers, Designers, people who just talk price action... Even the individual block producers have their own communities, sister chains have their own, dapps build on eos have their own communities... - Virginia Tech - the tech school where Dan Larimer is teaching young troops on eos and blockchain...wait till they come out of there... - Chintai lending, where you can lent your eos resources for profit, today. - Huobi just launched a new exclusively EOS based exchange, where voting and other things will be possible. - referendum voting is on, the ultimate decentralisation. Power to the token hodlers. - EVA, the Uber competition dapp built on EOS got an official operating permit in Quebec - Just out - support for Microsofts . NET - Virginia Tech partnering with Block One - pEOS - just Airdroped to all eos holders. Privacy coin on eos mainet! Immagine a monero on eos... That you can send from eos account to another eos account without a trace... ;) - Tapatalk, a forum system that has over 200.000 forums all around the internet, and more that 300 mio users, is implementing their reward system on EOS. - EffectAI (EFX) moving from NEO to EOS in april 19. - Sense, the new telegram on eos, launched. - Wanchain announced it will integrate with EOS. - FCAS standars of CoinMarketCap rates EOS in first place. - Block one released an hardware wallet as an open source library so any HW can use it - cybersecurity veteran Eddie Schwartz joins Block1 as chief information security officer - EOS is listed on CoinBase Pro. - Still to come (and consequently rise the price): - REX renting (voting incentive, CPU congestion solving) - Block One wallet (with all the goodies in one secure place) - Trezor and other hard wallets implementation - banking on eos (yes, they are opening their own bank where the costumers will be the owners, it is called The Good Bank) - dmail - an email beetween eos accounts, just about finished - facebook on eos, - identitiy on eos, - genome on eos - financial markets on eos, - last but not least - Dan Larimer thinking of a Bitcoin on stereoids on the eos chain (so called Shower coin, that made the competition shit in their pants according to the "Dan is leaving" FUD they are still desperately trying to spread) All this in under a year... And June is coming...
submitted by wisecryptosignals to cardano [link] [comments]


2019.04.07 03:33 moviefan6 [Script] Jake and Amir: Basketball

INTRO
AMIR: Sauce me the b-ball, horndog.
JAKE: What?
END OF INTRO
INT. BASKETBALL GAME - COURTSIDE SEATS
AMIR: Thanks for inviting me to the big game. I love it when we do shit like this.
JAKE: I didn't invite you anywhere. Micah won these tickets in a raffle, and wanted to go to the game with me, but yesterday he got sick from something called "Notgivingashit-itis".
AMIR: Yeah, it's when you don't give a shit so hard you become bedridden.
JAKE: I'm 99% you poisoned him.
AMIR: You're absolutely right.
CUT
AMIR: This is so boring. Where the hell is Michael Jordan?
JAKE: He retired in 2003.
AMIR: I'd thought he'd have done a cameo by now. Sort of like how they have guest hosts on SNL.
JAKE: How are those two things comparable?
CUT
JAKE: I tried to get Jill to come with me, but she too fell victim to Notgivingashit-itis. By the way, it's pretty fucked that you Phantom Thread-ed both my brother and my wife.
AMIR: Holy guac, you're wed? How is this the first I'm hearing of this?
JAKE: You were the best man.
AMIR: Oh yeah. Thanks by the way.
JAKE: Don't get cocky, I have an absurdly low amount of friends.
CUT
AMIR's now wearing earbuds.
AMIR (loudly singing off-key to Purple Toupee by TMBG): Purple toupee is on the way...
JAKE: You need to stop singing. Weirdly obscure song choice, by the way.
CUT
JAKE: C'mon ref, you gotta call that!
AMIR: Yeah, ya fucking bum. I'm glad your sister pulled a murder-suicide on her husband and kids.
JAKE: Dude, so dark.
AMIR: Yeah, I did my research on this prick.
CUT
JAKE: I can't believe you're wearing the khakis you shat yourself in.
AMIR: It's a call-back. People are gonna look and laugh because they remember that time I shat the khakis.
JAKE: Who else is gonna remember that?
CUT
AMIR: Hey ref, your dad Terrence Wendles cheated on your mom Maria Simmons over a period of twenty years with forty different sexual partners, including Sleater-Kinney drummer Janet Weiss.
JAKE: How do you know so much about this guy's life?
AMIR: That one was a shot in the dark, to be honest.
CUT
AMIR: Hey Jake, what do you call a Twitter account for cottage cheese?
JAKE: You gotta stop reusing your old material. Try coming up with something original for once.
Beat.
AMIR: You're a coward and a fool for this.
CUT
The REF is confronting AMIR.
REF: I don't know what beef you have with me, but I'm just trying to call a game, alright?
AMIR: Fair, fair. You're being a bit of an asshole, but whatever.
JAKE: You think he's the asshole here?
CUT
AMIR: It's a home run!
JAKE: That one's baseball.
AMIR: Touchdown!
JAKE: Football.
AMIR: It's a legit punt!
JAKE: Still football.
AMIR slaps JAKE.
AMIR: Don't correct me, bitch.
CUT
AMIR (loudly singing off-key to "Don't Let's Start"): Don't don't don't let's start, this is the worst SHART!
AMIR points to JAKE, who suddenly sharts himself.
JAKE: What the fuck? How'd you do that?
AMIR: I poisoned your food. Take some pills for your Notgivingashit-itis.
AMIR tosses JAKE some pills.
JAKE: You're not human, are you?
AMIR: Nay.
END
submitted by moviefan6 to jakeandamir [link] [comments]


2019.03.22 15:06 Itrader_com Glossier raised $100 million at the estimated value of $1.2 bn

Glossier raised $100 million at the estimated value of $1.2 bn
The American manufacturer of cosmetics for skin care Glossier has become a unicorn with a valuation of $1.2 billion. Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal shared this information, citing informed sources.
https://preview.redd.it/780jl80hgon21.jpg?width=980&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=1ca9838909ed30c1251cf7e471e548d0f02b0a56
Glossier has raised $100 million from a group of investors led by the venture fund Sequoia Capital on March 19. Tiger Global Management and Spark Capital also took part in the round. It should be noted, that the evaluation of the company wasn`t given in the message. Also, investors estimated Glossier at $390 million in the spring of 2018.
The company also hired Vanessa Wittman as CFO. She previously held similar positions at Dropbox and Motorola Mobility. Her predecessor, Henry Davis, left Glossier in December 2018.
The story of Glossier began in 2010. It was time when Vogue magazine employee Emily Weiss launched the beauty blog called Into the Gloss. She opened the skin care and makeup production company under the Glossier line in 2014.
“This is one of the most efficient direct-to-consumer businesses we’ve encountered, and with this new capital, we believe Glossier is well positioned to define the next era of the beauty industry,” Michael Abramson, a partner at Sequoia, told Bloomberg in a statement.
The company does not cooperate with retail chains. The producer sells its products using its own online store. In addition, the company has two sales points in New York and Los Angeles.
Glossier works in the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Ireland, France, Denmark, and Sweden, with more than 200 employees. According to its own data, the company's revenue doubled and exceeded $100 million in 2018.
Disclaimer: The past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 89.9% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Please read the company Full Risk Disclosure Statement. Legal Information: ITRADER is a trade name of Hoch Capital Ltd., registered as a Cyprus Investment Firm CIF and licensed by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission CySEC under license number 198/13 in accordance with the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive MiFID II
submitted by Itrader_com to u/Itrader_com [link] [comments]


New Slideshow Of Gillian Anderson Andrea Parker in 'Common Law' Pilot Promo Oldies - YouTube a new gillian anderson long slideshow Written in Blood ANDREA PARKER nakedmag's Video

Michael T. Weiss - the DataLounge

  1. New Slideshow Of Gillian Anderson
  2. Andrea Parker in 'Common Law' Pilot Promo
  3. Oldies - YouTube
  4. a new gillian anderson long slideshow
  5. Written in Blood
  6. ANDREA PARKER nakedmag's Video
  7. new gillian anderson slideshow

Don't like this video? Sign in to make your opinion count. ... is incarcerated for the murder of his wife and her lover, he suggests that his ex-partner, Matthew Ransom (Michael T. Weiss, TV's The ... Don't like this video? ... Real-life Partners 2019 Revealed ⭐ OSSA Radar - Duration: ... A very New Slideshow Of Andrea Parker And Michael T . Weiss - Duration: 6:01. Dana logan 3,174 views. Poldark Cast: Real-life Partners Revealed! ⭐ OSSA Radar - Duration: 10:01. ... new slideshow of Michael T Weiss - Duration: 5:06. Dana logan Recommended for you. 5:06. What we have all been waiting for! After Desperate Housewives Andrea Parker will appear in Common Law this Winter! I can't wait :) And she seems to play a cop! Even better! Yay! Sign in to like videos, comment, and subscribe. Sign in. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue. Remove all; Disconnect; The next video is starting stop slideshow of gillian anderson. This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue This video is unavailable. Watch Queue Queue. Watch Queue Queue