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The League of Legends European Championship announces NEOM, the Saudi Arabian city project, as main partner for the summer season, while also currently celebrating Christopher Street Day. Casters, employees and the community come out in full force.

2020.07.29 15:00 Cahootie The League of Legends European Championship announces NEOM, the Saudi Arabian city project, as main partner for the summer season, while also currently celebrating Christopher Street Day. Casters, employees and the community come out in full force.

The partnership has been cancelled! Discussion about it can be found here.

The announcement

The partnership announcement was made about 1.5 hour ago, and Riot Games talks about being "excited" for a partnership with a city that "will be the home and workplace for more than a million citizens from around the world who want to be part of building a new model for sustainable living, working, and prospering in Saudi Arabia."
This announcement was then posted on the official LEC account, which resulted in people either being outraged or mocking those who are outraged (as you would expect), and was then posted to the leagueoflegends subreddit. Further posts were then made, including an article about the partnership and a satirical post about the North American league partnering with North Korea.

Twitter reactions

As it turns out, employees of Riot Games were completely blindsided by this after only being told about it last night. This led to every single member of the European on-air talent team as well as other casters, multiple people from within the company, former casters and team staff turning to Twitter to express their anger (credit to the leagueoflegends OP for compiling the beginning of this, as well as Spideraxe, ReganDryke and TBSkyen for retweeting a bunch of these tweets).

Casters an on-air talent

Trevor "Quickshot" Henry Link to an article from The Guardian titled "‘It’s being built on our blood’: the true cost of Saudi Arabia’s $500bn megacity".
Daniel Drakos
There have been many good days to be a member of the #LEC team, today is not one of those days.
Aaron "Medic" Chamberlain
I cannot express how frustrated and disappointed I am with #LEC today.
Indiana "Froskurinn" Black
This is disappointing because this is the LEC. It's my team, my product, my managers, my office. My family. My home. This isn't someone far away in HQ that I don't know. This is devastating because I know who made these choices and I feel silenced.
Andy "Vedius" Day
How very upsetting #LEC
Christy "Ender" Frierson
fuck
Eefje "sjokz" Depoortere
I am terribly disappointed.
Laure Valée
Disappointment is an understatement.
Joseph "Munchables" Fenny
Incredibly sad to see the league perceived and branded as the most "progressive" in our scene double back on the standards it set. #LEC
Ceirnan "Excoundrel" Lowe
I'm so disappointed in the #LEC today.
Georgia "Troubleinc" Paras
Where is the dislike button we were promised...?
Ovilee May
Tried to find nice words to express my feelings of today's news. Couldn't. This sucks It sucks for the #LEC It sucks for my friends who are casters It sucks for those who are LGBT It sucks for esports as a whole Thought we were better than this
Isaac "Azael" Cummings
Incredibly disappointed to hear about this partnership today. Spreading a positive message alone is not enough, actions must align with and support that message. Proud of all my friends and colleagues in the #LEC speaking up against this swiftly & unequivocally. We're with you.
James "Dash" Patterson
My disappointment is immeasurable. I adamantly do NOT support this partnership.
Dan "Foxdrop" Wyatt
Reminder of what your #LEC crew actually stands for. This isn't ironic or sarcastic, please remember that despite the disappointing news today that your on-air team (and many, many behind the scenes) stand with LGBTQ+ rights.
Richard "Pulse" Kam
alright listen up, I know a bunch of us are outraged at @LEC (and that's good you should be) but don't take your anger out on the broadcast team I know they might be the only folks you know but it's not their fault. Just because you don't have a human to aim at don't target them

Players

Greyson "Goldenglue" Gilmer
My heart goes out to all the talent at the LEC who has been doing an amazing job making content for the league community just to have their values shattered by their new sponsor..
Yiliang "Doublelift" Peng
human rights violation HYPE

Other Riot employees

Rioters Against Forced Arbitration
Riot’s decision to partner with NEOM flies in the face of all the progress that Rioters have worked hard to make over the past few years. Please join us in voicing your support for ending this partnership at #NoToNEOM #RiotGames
Renato "Shakarez" Perdigão
I'm still trying to find the words and the only thing I can say is that I do not support this #LEC partnership. A lot of us were blindsided with the news of this yesterday and we were not told when it would be announced.
Jeff Latham
Not sure what to say today. Sad. Disappointed. Frustrated. Betrayed. More than anything else being gay, and being proud of it, has defined my life, and it always will.
John Daniel "Triaged" Depa
I’m crestfallen and immensely pained by what has been announced today.
Michael Konkol
Fuck...
Riot Katana
At Riot we have spent years coming together, sharing, listening, I believe genuinely trying to improve inclusivity. Today we took a step off that path and failed. That step was heartbreaking and requires intense reflection and action. The next step speaks volumes to the future.
Sara "necrotix" Dadafshar
This is extremely disappointing & is making me sick to my stomach - this goes against creating a safe and inclusive space for all - using that logo is absolutely toxic - whoever green lit this decision needs to do some research & re-educate themselves Use your voice & speak up
Ananda Gupta
Leadership's got some explaining to do. Not sure how this partnership could have passed vetting without some pretty substantial lapses in process and judgment.
Tea "Evergreenily" Chang
There's actually just too much to say. I literally cannot support this. Remove your logo. Who are you representing?
J. T. Vandenbree
I'm really, REALLY sick of waking up to finding out my employer did something unbelievably offensive. I was so happy about the LGBT icons and our Pride month messaging, but to turn around and partner with a political leader of a country who punishes homosexuality with death.
Reina "Reinboom" Sweet
I usually like to keep personal feelings towards things off my twitter... but to this, fuck this. This partnership is a statement of active threat against the livelihoods of both myself and my wife. :(
Riot Shynkro
I usually feel proud to work at where I work but not today. Just sad, numb, and angry
Naomi McArthur
Riot has always had this mentality of teams being empowered within their problem spaces to do what they feel is best with little oversight, which creates a lot of agency and satisfaction for Rioters. This LEC Neom bullshit is what happens when this fails. Not proud of us today.
Dana Luery Shaw
This is a horrible and hurtful decision that needs to be reversed ASAP. I condemn this choice unequivocally, and I send my love and support to my fellow LGBTQ+ and female Rioters and players. I wish I felt like there was anything I could do other than speak out and wait.
Riot Wild Bazaam
As a Rioter and as a human this does not represent my views in any way, nor does it represent the views of any of the Rioters I know. I am ashamed.
Laura Michet
i don't want to help build a city where gay people will be killed lol
Mac "Duckfist" La Due
Every day I work to represent Riot's culture to new hires. To create a space where they feel welcomed and valued; where they can make a difference. Today I'm incredibly disappointed in a company that I love. I'm hurting for players as well as my fellow Rioters. I love y'all.
Alexandra "Eneopa" Cohen
I'm really disappointed and angered by this. I don't personally support this partnership. It's a sad day to be a Rioter. :(
Nathan "Blaustoise" Blau
I do NOT support this partnership. I'm joining colleagues who have already spoken out against the LEC x NEOM partnership on their own, and I hope these individuals don't face punitive action or get put on a "list" by our company.
Mel "Swimbananas" Capperino-Garica
As a Rioter who for the first time ever posted on my "Riot" account this pride about who I am, I'm embarrassed. To the community- please be kind to those who have "Riot" in their tag. For the most part, we don't know about these things until you do. And we are processing too.
Jocelyn "Guldeuxchats" Monahan
To my colleagues who have spoken up against Riot’s NEOM partnership: I am proud of every single one of you. This decision was disgraceful, and things like this set our progress so far back. I am proud to work with all of you, but today is a tough day to be proud of Riot.
Mark "Scruffy" Yetter
I can't and do not personally support this partnership. Sponsors are essential for the esport to thrive, but not at the cost of human life and freedoms.
Bret "Ashekandi" Forbus
Like many other Rioters, this is something I can't and won't support. The fact that its been done with a LEC pride icon still in place speaks loads to how worthless my existence feels.
Jo Graylock
This disgusts me. I wish I had the ability to be calm or reserved about this, but I don't. This is wrong in so many ways that I'm just a seething ball of rage.
Hideo Hikida
probably no more than 8 ppl at riot who have actual real power over the deal. pretty indicative of how disconnected they are from riot
Jeremy "Brightmoon" Lee
I am disturbed and unable to personally support this on multiple levels.
Rowan "L4T3NCY" Parker
#NoToNEOM
Jason Hendrich
Pretty horrible news to hear. Really disappointing.
Howon "CroissantCat" Lee
I've had the pleasure of working at Riot Games across three offices for over 5 years. There's been a lot of improvement over those five years, but today's a reminder that there's still a lot of work to do. My heart goes out to the Berlin team.
Alex "Astryx" Shahmari
Incredibly disappointed in Riot today and am baffled at how we could support this, does not reflect the company that I started at six years ago and goes against so much of the progress that we’ve been trying to make in the last few years.
Sassy Sunkern
I'm so so disappointed. As others have said, today is a sad day to be a Rioter. I fully support and stand by the LEC team members speaking up and sharing their pain. This is not right.
Jeffrey "Zephyreal" Dee
i admittedly was not well informed regarding neom before today, but given everything coming out and how much pain it's causing so many of my coworkers and community members, riot should backtrack on this immediately imo
Riot Whiskies
reminder to not take things out on the individuals who work at riot -- most of us do not have any say or impact on these larger decisions. i am disappointed in you, riot games. but i will fiercely love and protect my fellow rioters. even if it's from our own company.
Phillip Vargas
This is so disappointing.

Team staff

James "Stress" O'Leary
The league I cover is now promoting a country that would kill me just for existing. Feels great.
Darius Matuschak
I understand that a company is not responsible for the laws of the country it resides in, but this is literally an advertisement to go to a location where I and many other #LEC fans could be threatened by torture or even the death penalty for existing. Nice pride logo btw...
Becca Henry
It's important to not accept things on face value without having a full understanding of the implications. Sucks to be an LEC fan today.
Duncan "Dunc" Cox
I can't add anything to what has already been said. It's incredibly disappointing to see the recent actions of the #LEC and I feel sorry for those working close with the product who now feel oppressed.
Chris Whitley
Protesting NEOM is not hypocritical. Tencent is a global company w/ 63,000 employees. The #LEC is a family, where talent play a huge role in sponsorship content. The decision makers behind NEOM are our colleagues, friends, and the feeling of powerlessness is frustrating.

Journalists

Kevin Kim
This is really disappointing. You can't have a pride icon and then get into a partnership like this. This is one of the worst sponsorship deals I have ever seen in esports, especially from a league that portrays itself as a supporter of LGBTQ+ community. What a terrible news.
Rod "Slasher" Breslau
Riot's LEC, donning a pride flag logo right now, has just announced NEON, a new city backed by the regime of the Saudi Arabian government, as its title sponsor. the same regime that persecutes and kills LBGTQ members with human rights abuses

Former players and content creators

Ram "Brokenshard" Djemal
Once again glad I'm not currently actively working. This aint it LEC
Mike "Wickd" Petersen
If you work for Riot Games and you're truly against NEOM sponsoring the #LEC. You indirectly benefit from it by being paid by Riot Games. The only way to truly follow your morals is to tell your bosses. Stop/Remove the deal or I quit.
Travis Gafford
Honestly so proud of the LEC casters right now.
Joedat "Voyboy" Esfahani
The @LEC really gonna make me sit back down on the stairs already... Pathetic and depressing.
Tom Matthiesen
Riot Games donned the Pride Flag "in support of the LGBT community." Today, they show their true corporate colors. NEOM their is a project led by the Saudi Arabian government. Is Saudi Arabia, openly gay people can face whipping, chemical castrations, or the death penalty.
TB Skyen
Hey @riotgames your staff and players deserve better than to be forcibly associated with a regime that murders LGBTQ+ people and dissidents, or a project that violently displaces indigenous people #NoToNEOM

Subreddit reactions

As could be expected, the League of Legends subreddit aren't taking this too well, and there's some nice whataboutism going on in the comments to the post. Let's start with the reactions denouncing the partnership:
Ah yes truly a huge W by the LEC to be partnered with.. checks notes a genocidal murderer in the form of MBS

Can't wait for the LCS [the North American League] to partner with Al Qaeda

Today we present our newest sponsor! The NSDAP!

Imagine having the audacity to have a logo representing and supporting the same people your main partner would hunt down and kill for existing. They can go fuck themselves, I'm not watching a minute of a broadcast funded by those who would kill me if they had the chance.

Rule #1 never believe in corporate proganada. They are only interested in money. Do you think they take pride month seriously? Ofcourse not. People are so naive these days. Look at Nike, preaching moral highground, punishing the Washington Redskins...while employing asian child labor.

Tencent is like a horrible birth defect we have gotten used to. NEOM is a horrible decision we might be able to do something about.

Tencent is probably the closest thing to Big Brother: A superbig megacorp that wants to control as much data as possible to make as much money as possible. Horrible for sure, but at the end of the day they don't give a fuck about humans, they only care about money. Saudi Arabia however actively punishes, tortures and kills LGBT members, as well as other minorities and other religious groups. This makes it, imo, even worse.
And then there's the naturally spicy comments talking about all the other horrors in the world, since Riot are owned by Tencent:
The level of ignorance and hypocrisy in these dramas is always hilarious. Riot, owned by China. Half the sponsors are gross human rights violators, Samsung, Coca Cola, etc. People whining on twitter and reddit on their Samsung and Apple phones, materials for which were mined by African child slaves and then further processed by Chinese slaves. And now pretending like accepting Saudi money is anything new or interesting, lol. It's literally the same as it always has been, it's just that the Saudi's haven't whitewashed their brands yet like the others have.

Not a single one spoke out when Nestle became a sponsor. For everyone that doesnt know just take a look at their Wikipedia page.

I see no difference between this and being owned by Chinese company controlled by the government who literally tries to copy Germanys IIWW techniques of destroying whole cultures with reeducation camps, forced labor camps, separating families etc.
There is definitely more to come, so let's see how this plays out. Many people are expecting this partnership to be cancelled, calling for the casters to go on strike, calling for boycotts, but no matter what happens drama will be guaranteed.
Edit: Apparently it seems like they have also sponsored the BLAST Premier CS:GO tournament, and the CS:GO subreddit isn't happy either.
Edit 2: Drunk me just added a bunch more people to the list. I'll see if I find more tomorrow when I'm not as tired, not as drunk and hopefully not hungover.
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2020.07.13 20:21 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters G-I in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters G-I of Epstein's contacts. Last year, I wrote about letters A-C. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cpis3n/a_brief_rundown_of_the_first_ten_pages_of_jeffrey/).
I also wrote about letters D-F on July 5, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I have bolded some of the more interesting connections and information, but there could be much more that I overlooked. I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this. Please, if you know anything more about any of these people than what is presented here, post below. I am working off of the unredacted black book found here: https://www.coreysdigs.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Jeffrey-Epsteins-Little-Black-Book-unredacted.pdf
G-I
Gaetani, Gelasio: Count Gelasio Gaetani comes from one of the oldest families in Rome. The Gaetani (also known as Caetani) family has produced 3 popes, including Pope Boniface VIII. Gelasio is a wine specialist and vineyard owner who helps celebrities buy the most unique bottles of wine throughout the world.
Gaetani, Rufreido: Roffredo Gaetani was an Italian count, prince, and duke who died in a car crash in 2005. Roffredo came to the public’s attention when he dated Ivana Trump in the 1990s. Brother of Gelasio.
Gallman, Kuki: Kuki Gallmann is a best-selling author (5 of her books were global best sellers), poet, environmental activist, and conservationist. Owns a 98,000 acre cattle ranch in Kenya with her husband, which she turned into a conservation park.
Ganero, Mario Jr.: Where do we even begin? Mario Garnero is a Brazilian banker and entrepreneur who has been deemed the “father of the ethanol car” and is the chairman of the board and primary shareholder of Brasilinvest Group, a banking firm worth $700 million. Garnero’s connections run extremely deep. He is/has been personal friends with Jacob Rothschild, David Rockefeller, Bill Clinton, George H. W. Bush, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan, Henry Kissinger, Helmut Schmidt, and many others. The following website makes some startling connections between Garnero, Epstein, and others (source: https://aeltri.com/2019/02/12/john-of-god-mario-garnero-and-epstein/). Quick summary: Record producer Damon Dash (former co-founder of Roc-A-Fella Records with Jay-Z) allegedly raped a supermodel who worked for Naomi Campbell at a party thrown by Garnero (source: https://www.standard.co.uk/news/poshs-friend-sued-for-rape-6939248.html).
Garnero has been referred to as a “Rothschild pawn” who tried to help Aecio Neves rise to power. Garnero also appointed “George Soros frontman, Arminio Fraga, who worked in Soros’ Quantum Fund, as Minister of the Economy.”
Ganoza, Esteban Juan: A Peruvian businessman who said he met Maxwell in the 1980s when he lived in New York, but denied any ties to pedophilia when his contact information was revealed to be in Epstein’s ‘Black Book.’
Garcia, Ludmila: No info found.
Gardner. Adam: No info found.
Garland, Michael: Likely the Chairman of investment firm C5 Capital, located in London.
Garson, Jeremy: Likely refers to the lawyer who is a partner at Herbert Smith Freehills who specializes in large-scale international commercial disputes. Not completely positive, though.
Gaspar, Nacho: Not sure. Could be a number of Ignazio Gaspars, all of whom are businessmen.
Gaul, Harriett: Harriett Jagger is a fashion stylist and former fashion director of Tatler, a fashion magazine owned by Conde Nast (parent company of Vogue, GQ, etc.), which has come up several times during my investigations, and Harpers. She had a daughter with property dealer Simon Gaul, the Godson of Prince Rainier of Monaco.
Geary, Tim: Served in public relations and was Director of Membership at Soho House, a restaurant and private members club. Billionaire Ron Burkle owns 60% of Soho House. Burkle, along with Bill Clinton, Chris Tucker, Kevin Spacey, travelled to Africa for an anti-poverty, anti-AIDs tour on Epstein’s Lolita Express. Nothing fishy there.
Gelardin, Jack: No info found. The address listed is located in Chelsea, London, and sold for over 5 million pounds in 2013.
German-Ribon, Catriona: Catriona Blampied (nee German-Ribon) is the Managing Partner, Founder, and Owner of talent agency Procure Worldwide & Procure Digital since 2016. Worked as Managing Director at Platinum Rye Entertainment, another talent agency, before that.
Gertler, Eric: A venture capitalist who served as Chairman of U.S. News & World Report, a media company most known for publishing news, consumer advice, and rankings ranging from education (top universities, high schools, etc.) to job professions, healthcare, and too many others to mention. In 2019, Governor Andrew Cuomo nominated Gertler to serve as President and CEO of Empire State Development, New York’s chief economic agency. In Epstein’s ‘Black Book,’ Privista is listed under Gertler’s name. Privista is a company that protects against identity theft. Gertler was President and CEO.
Getty, Mark: Co-founder and Chairman of Getty Images, a photographic conglomerate. If you have ever surfed the Internet, you have seen several pictures/images belonging to Getty Images. From 2008-2016, Getty was the Chairman of the Trustees of the National Gallery in London. Grandson of Jean Paul Getty Sr., founder of Getty Oil Company, and one of the richest men in the world during his time. The Getty Family has a net worth north of $5 billion as of 2015.
Getty, Pia and Chris: Pia Getty is the daughter of billionaire Robert Warren Miller, an American-born British businessman and founder of Duty Free Shops. Pia’s sisters are Princess Alexandra von Furstenberg of designer fame and Maria-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece, Princess of Denmark. Her ex-husband (1992-2005), Christopher, is Mark Getty’s first cousin. Christopher is also the grandson of Jean Paul Getty Sr. When they were married, Pia and Mark would hold A-list parties on the rooftop of their Manhattan townhouse. Their townhouse was located half a mile from Jeffrey Epstein’s mansion. Many people think that the Getty Museum in Los Angeles houses an underground base and city for the elites.
Gibbs, Emma: Former girlfriend of Prince Andrew. Gibbs was introduced to Prince Andrew by her good friend, Ghislaine Maxwell. Gibbs worked as a PR consultant.
Gibson, Caroline: Likely to be the award-winning freelance copywriter and content writer who has worked on a number of high-profile advertisements.
Gilifilan, Andrew: Managing Director of Europe, the Middle East, and Africa for Cambridge University Press. Retired in 2012.
Gillford, Lord & Lady: Lord Gillford is Patrick Meade, the 8th Earl of Clanwilliam. He is a businessman who is on the board of Soma Oil & Gas Holdings and Eurasia Drilling Company, where he served as Chairman. Eurasia Drilling Company is owned by Russian billionaire oligarch, Alexander Dzhaparidze and billionaire Alexander Putilov.
Gilmour, Andrew & Emma: Gilmour is a diplomat for the UN who has spoken out strongly against Israel’s treatment of Palestinians. Gilmour’s father, Sir Ian Gilmour, served as a minister in Margaret Thatcher’s first cabinet. Emma Gilmour (nee Williams) is a physician and author.
Ginsberg, Gary: Former Executive VP of Global Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, the fourth-largest media group in the world prior to splitting in 2013. Ginsberg was a close confidant of Rupert Murdoch and Peter Chernin while at News Corp. Ginsberg also served in the Clinton Administration at the White House Counsel’s Office and Department of Justice. Ginsberg has brokered meetings between Rupert Murdoch and the Clintons, as well as Obama. Ginsberg is currently on the Board of Directors of New Visions for Public Schools, which designs course curricula for students in NYC. New Visions supports many schools, impacting 230,000 students (source: https://newyorkschooltalk.org/2019/07/at-new-visions-for-public-schools-its-all-about-continuous-school-improvement-hows-that-going/). Their Networks for School Improvement Initiative is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. New Visions also has ties to the Carnegie Foundation, which donates millions of dollars in grants (source: https://www.carnegie.org/grants/grants-database/grantee/new-visions-for-public-schools-inc/#!/grants/grants-database/grant/312395808.0/). Ginsberg is also a friend of and speechwriter for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Gittis, Howard: Gittis (1934-2007) was an attorney and adviser to billionaire businessman Ron Perelman. He worked at MacAndrews & Forbes, an investment firm owned by Perelman. In 1995, Perelman hosted a dinner with Bill Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein, Clinton college friend Arnold Paul Prosperi, Don Johnson, Jimmy Buffett, and Don Fowler, who was the co-chairman of the DNC. More on Perelman later.
Giussani, Luca: President, CEO of Dorial Telecom, Inc., a telecommunications company.
Glanville, Mary: A philanthropy consultant who spent years in TV, Glanville also worked as a PR contact for the Bonita Trust which donated £100,000 to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) back in 2009 to “update its ChildLine technical infrastructure and purchase essential equipment so that more children can get help from its ChildLine service” (source: https://www.prweb.com/releases/2009/07/prweb2625274.htm). Glanville was the author of that PR statement.
Glass, Charlie: Could possibly be Charles Glass, author, publisher, and journalist that specializes in the Middle East, but I cannot confirm.
Glentworth, Edmund & Emily: Edmund Pery is the 7th Earl of Limerick and was formerly known as Viscount Glentworth. He worked in British government until becoming director of Deutsche Bank. Emily is Edmund’s wife.
Goess, Pilar: A countess and Austrian-American model who posed for Playboy. Goess died in 1999 from a brain tumor.
Goldberg, Ellen: President of Santa Fe Institute, an organization in New Mexico that hosts faculty consisting of Nobel Laureates, members of the National Academy of Sciences, and MacArthur fellows. Goldberg is also a research professor in the Department of Biology at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Goldberg is a member of the Biology Advisory Committee of the National Science Foundation, and of the National Advisory Allergy and Infectious Diseases Council at the National Institutes of Health. Goldberg has a Ph.D. in genetics from Cornell University Medical College.
Goldsmith, Isabel: An art collector and owner of Hotel Las Alamandas in Mexico. Goldsmith is the daughter of Sir James Goldsmith, a French-British financier, tycoon, and member of the European Parliament.
Golinkin, Sandy: Former Vice President and Publisher of Lucky, a fashion and lifestyle magazine owned by Conde Nast. Has frequently been photographed with celebrities and elite at various parties.
Gomez, Thomas: Thomas Gommes is a former international corporate lawyer.
Gomme, William & Emma: William Gomme is a former director of several furniture manufacturing companies in London. Emma is his wife.
Gordon, Jacobo: Spanish businessman who co-founded several real estate and gaming companies with Alejandro Agag. Agag is a former politician in Spain. He became Secretary General of the European People’s Party (EPP), a tremendous political faction in Europe. Agag played a huge role in getting former Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi’s party into the EPP. Berlusconi has been charged for underage prostitution in the past. Agag quit politics to pursue financial and sporting interests. He is married to the daughter of Jose Maria Aznar, the former PM of Spain and Ana Botella Serrano, the first female mayor of Madrid. Guests at Agag’s wedding included kings and queens. Berlusconi and Tony Blair served as witnesses.
Gore, Juliet: The only Juliet Gore I found is the co-director of Neuro Orthopaedic Institute out of Australia. Doesn’t feel right.
Gottlieb, Steve: A music executive who discovered Nine Inch Nails, Pitbull, Sevendust, and Ja Rule. He has served on the boards of Napster and Musicmatch. He is currently CEO of Shindig, a Zoom-like platform for people to meet each other online.
Goulandris, Dimitri: Founder of The Cycladic Group, which invests and creates businesses. Spent 8 years at Morgan Stanley in its private equity group. Goulandris is the Executive Director and a Board Member for Knightsbridge Schools, which has 3 schools (KSI Montenegro [a boarding school], KSI Bogota, and KSI Panama), all of which are primary/secondary schools for students aged 2-18.
Grabau, Lorenzo: Spent seventeen years at Goldman Sachs before becoming CEO of Investment AB Kinnevik, a Swedish investment firm. He was fired less than 3 years after taking the position.
Graff, Francois: CEO of family-owned Graff, one of the world’s most notable jewellery houses. The company is worth several billion dollars. Graff has been photographed with the likes of Wilbur Ross. In 2001, there was a party celebrating the opening of a new Graff’s store. Attendees included Ghislaine Maxwell, Ivana Trump, Joan Collins, and Denise Rich (source: https://www.nytimes.com/2001/06/05/style/IHT-laurence-graff-and-his-pockets-full-of-diamonds-the-buccaneer-of.html)
Granby, David: David Charles Robert Manners is the 11th Duke of Rutland. He also goes by the Marquess of Granby. Granby is a high-profile supporter of the UK Independence Party and has hosted fundraising events at his ancestral home, Belvoir Castle. Employed Harvey Proctor, the former Conservative Parliament member who had to resign because he had sexual relations with underage male prostitutes, as his personal secretary.
Grange, Jacques: A French interior designer for the rich. Clients include Princess Caroline of Monaco, Francis Ford Coppola, Alain Ducasse, and several billionaires, to name a few.
Grant Jamie: Likely James Grant, owner of No2 Pound Street, an award-winning wine shop that specializes in British Cheese and cured meats. He and his wife previously worked at some leading hotels and restaurants.
Greece Princess Olga: Princess Olga, Duchess of Apulia (nee Princess Olga Isabelle of Greece) married her second cousin, Prince Aimone of Savoy, Duke of Apulia, in 2008. Olga’s father is first cousins with Prince Phillip (Queen Elizabeth’s wife).
Greece, MC & Pavlos: Pavlos is the eldest son of Constantine II, the last King of Greece, before the monarchy was abolished in 1973. Worked in New York as an investment portfolio manager. MC is his wife, Marie-Chantal, Crown Princess of Greece. Her father is the billionaire founder of Duty Free Shops. Her sisters, Alexandra and Pia, married into the von Furstenberg and Getty families, respectively. A dinner party was thrown for them at the Standard Hotel in 2009. There were about 12 guests there. One of those exclusive guests was Ghislaine Maxwell (source: https://wwd.com/eye/people/royal-standard-a-fete-for-princess-marie-chantal-and-prince-pavlos-2399957/)
Green, Deborah: No info found.
Green, Jeremy: Likely the former Chief Executive of Quba Property Holdings in South Africa.
Green, Judy: A New York socialite who hobnobbed with an elite crowd. She was considered Andy Warhol’s first muse. He did her photo portrait and she starred in his first movie, The Kiss. She was reportedly close with Frank Sinatra. Edgar M. Bromfman served as Best Man at her wedding to William John Green in 1964. Bromfman is the owner of Seagram, the beverage company. His daughters, Clare and Sara, were members of NXIVM, a cult that recruited women and forced them into sexual slavery.
Gregg Geordie & Katherine: Geordie Grieg is an English journalist and editor of The Daily Mail. Grieg is good friends and has been photographed partying with Ghislaine Maxwell. He is the former editor of Tatler, a Conde Nast-owned British magazine that is targeted towards the upper class and those interested in high society events. Tatler connections come up constantly in the ‘Black Book.’
Grenfell, Natasha: Daughter of Lord St Just, heir to a banking fortune and Wilbury Park mansion. Her mother was actress and one-time Tennessee Williams love interest, Maria Britneva. Natasha is a socialite who has is friends with royalty, actors, and musicians
Griffen, Ted: This is most likely screenwriter, producer, and director Ted Griffin. He has worked on The Wolf of Wall Street, Ocean’s Eleven, and Tower Heist.
Griscom, Nina: A model, socialite, TV personality, and entrepreneur who died earlier this year. Her first husband was a modeling booker for Ford Models, which I wrote about in the D-F section of Epstein’s ‘Black Book’ (link: https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hlrba8/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_df_in_jeffrey/). She went on to cheat on her next husband with sugar billionaire Pepe Fanjul, who is also mentioned in the D-F link above. Was a close friend of Blaine Trump, ex-wife of Robert Trump, Donald’s younger brother.
Gross, Pamela & Jimmy Finkelstein: James Finkelstein is the owner of The Hill, an American news website often cited here in /conspiracy. He is close with Donald Trump and Rudy Giuliani. Pamela Gross is his wife. She worked at CNN until 2017 and is close friends with Melania Trump.
Grossman Lloyd: Loyd Grossman is an British author and broadcaster best known for hosting Masterchef from 1990-2000, before it was reformatted. Also co-created Through the Keyhole, a British game show, with David Frost, who is also in Epstein’s ‘Black Book.’
Gubelmann, Marjorie: A socialite who is best known for hosting and performing as a DJ at high society parties. She has deejayed events for Bulgari, Versace, and others. She is currently the in-studio DJ for the Today with Hoda & Jenny show on NBC. Her ex-husband, Reza Raein works in oil. Guests at their wedding included Ivanka Trump, Tamara Mellon, Michael Kors, and Tory Burch.
Guccioni, Tony: Son of Penthouse creator Bob Guccione.
Gudefin, Christian: A financial advisor at Deutsche Bank, which as of Tuesday, July 7th, 2020, agreed to pay $150 million in fines because they ignored suspicious transactions made by Jeffrey Epstein (source: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/07/business/jeffrey-epstein-deutsche-bank-settlement.html?referringSource=articleShare). Gudefin is also a financial advisor at Fdx Capital LLC and Managing Partner at Confidas Capital.
Guedroltz, Solina & Nicolas: Solina is a photographer. Her father is a viscount. Nicolas is an antique Russian furniture dealer. He is a Russian prince and is of Belgian nobility through his mother’s side.
Guerini Maraldi, Alessandro: Chairman of Willis Towers Watson, a British insurance company. Guerrini-Maraldi’s name appears in the Panama Papers, which revealed the identities of many rich and powerful people who have avoided paying taxes through offshore accounts.
Guerrand-Hermes, Valesca: Socialite and ex-wife of French fashion house heir, Mathias Guerrand. Guerrand-Hermes is on the Board of Directors of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NYSPCC) (source: https://nyspcc.org/about-the-new-york-society-for-the-prevention-of-cruelty-to-children/people/). NYSPCC is a child protection agency. Photographed with Ghislaine Maxwell at the 2005 Wall Street Concert Series Benefitting Wall Street Rising at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. You can’t make this stuff up.
Guest, Cornelia: Named Debutante of the Decade of the 1980s, Cornelia is a well-known New York socialite who comes from money. Her family made money in iron and steel and have served in British politics. In December 2015, Ghislaine Maxwell attended Cornelia’s holiday party.
Guggenheim, Barbara & Bert Flelds: Guggenheim (not part of the Guggenheim museum family) is a partner at the well-known art advisory firm, Guggenheim, Asher Associates, Inc. They have built collections for Coca Cola and Sony, as well as Tom Cruise and alleged pedophile Steven Spielberg. Epstein victim Maria Farmer once worked for Barbara at her home before meeting Epstein. Farmer got the job through Barbara’s sister, Eileen, who has been accused of being an Epstein enabler. A petition (https://www.change.org/p/david-kratz-eileen-guggenheim-must-be-removed-for-harm-she-caused-to-maria-farmer-by-jeffrey-epstein?recruiter=30424804) to have her removed as Chair of the Board of Trustees of the New York Academy of Art as a result of Maria Farmer’s allegations has over 10,000 signatures. Farmer says that Eileen Guggenheim forced her to sell a painting replicating Degas’s “The Rape” to Epstein. Two weeks after meeting Epstein and Maxwell, Guggenheim took Farmer and other art students to Epstein’s Zorro Ranch in New Mexico (source: https://news.artnet.com/art-world/epstein-ranch-art-students-1760265). Barbara’s husband, Bert Fields, is an entertainment lawyer who has represented the likes of Steven Spielberg, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, George Lucas, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, etc.
Guiness, Sabrina: Guinness comes from a long line of wealthy bankers. She had a relationship with Prince Charles in 1979. Cousin of Edward Guinness, 4th Earl of Iveagh, heir to the Guinness fortune. Edward Guinness’s wife, Lady Clare Iveagh (nee Hazell) plays a HUGE role in Epstein’s pedophilia ring. More on her later (she is listed under I for Iveagh). Her sister, Anita Guinness, was married to Amschel Rothschild until his suicide in 1996.
Guinness, Mr Hugo: An artist from the same banking family as sister Sabrina (above). Guinness has collaborated with director Wes Anderson on a number of films. Cousin of Edward Guinness, 4th Earl of Iveagh, heir to the Guinness fortune. Edward Guinness’s wife, Lady Clare Iveagh (nee Hazell) plays a HUGE role in Epstein’s pedophilia ring. More on her later (she is listed under I for Iveagh).
Guissaini, Luca: Listed above under Giussani, Luca. CEO of Dorial Telecom.
Gumberg, Ira: Chairman and CEO of JJ Gumberg Co., a high-end real estate development firm based out of Pittsburgh. Gumberg served on the Board of Mellon Financial Corporation from 1989-2007.
Guttfreund, Susan & John: Susan is a former beauty queen and notorious party thrower. Her husband, John, was CEO of Salomon Brothers, the large investment bank. He was dubbed the “King of Wall Street” by Business Week in 1985. He died in 2016.
Hahn, Dr & Mrs: Likely Carl Hahn, former head of Volkswagen.
Hall, Pippa: There are two Pippa Halls that this could possibly be. One is a movie casting director who was in charge of casting children for movies (source: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0356002/). The other Pippa Hall is Director of Innovation and Chief Economist at the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO). There is not enough info to determine which one is in the ‘Black Book.’
Halpern Jen: A British philanthropist, PR guru, and businesswoman. Her father was knighted by Margaret Thatcher.
Hambro, Clementine: Great-granddaughter of Winston Churchill who also served as a bridesmaid at the wedding of Prince Charles and Princess Diana when she was just five-years-old. Her father, Richard, was a British heir and investment banker. K
Hamilton, George: Famous actor who took Ghislaine Maxwell to the Epsom Derby (horse race) in 1991. Epstein has a significant amount of phone numbers listed for Hamilton.
Hammond, Dana: Socialite and heiress to the Annenberg Publishing fortune. Hammond is friends with Ghislaine Maxwell. They have been photographed together at various parties.
Handler, Sharon: International attorney who is friends with Camilla Parker-Bowles and Prince Charles. Married to John Langeloth Loeb Jr., former United States Ambassador to Denmark under Reagan.
Hanover, Ernst & chantal: Prince Ernst Hanover is the head of the royal House of Hanover. The House of Hanover has produced six British monarchs, including King George III and Queen Victoria. The current British monarchy, the Windsors, are actually of German and British descent, which is why these family trees intersect. Most notably, the House of Hanover is perhaps the most important of the Black Nobility families. There have been some fantastic threads on Reddit about the Black Nobility.
Hanson, Brook: Adopted son of British industrialist, Lord Hanson, Brook died in 2014 at the age of 50.
Hanson, Lord & Lady: British industrialist who made a fortune in the ‘80s as a Trade and Industry Secretary in close friend Margaret Thatcher’s administration. His wife, Geraldine, was a former model. They are both dead.
Hanson, The Hon Robert: British financier and eldest son of Lord Hanson. Chairman of Hanson Family Holdings, a private investment firm. In the 1980s, Robert worked as a banker at NM Rothschild & Sons before returning to his father’s company. Before getting married, Hanson dated socialite Anouska de Georgiou, who became the first British woman to accuse Jeffrey Epstein of raping her as a teenager (source: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/how-british-teen-model-was-lured-jeffrey-epstein-s-web-n1056901). Odd that Robert Hanson, his brother Brook, and his parents would have wanted anything to do with Epstein.
Hapsburg, Marie: Royalty. Her father was Archduke Joseph Arpad of Austria and her mother, Archduchess Maria of Austria, was a Princess of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg and a member of the House of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rosenberg by birth. The Hapsburg (also called Habsburg) family is one of the most powerful and wealthiest families in Europe. The Hapsburgs are another Black Nobility family of very high prestige. I couldn’t find anything out about her husband, Raymond van der Meide. They have 7 children together.
Harvey Victoria: Ex-girlfriend of Prince Andrew, Hervey is an English model and socialite. Although her relationship with Andrew didn’t work out, she remained in his inner circle. In 2000, she attended a dinner with Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and Jeffrey Epstein (source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9844083/lady-victoria-hervey-jeffrey-epstein-too-old/). Hervey is also a friend of Ghislaine Maxwell, who introduced her to Epstein and “set her up in one of Epstein’s apartments in New York.” Hervey is the daughter of Victor Hervey, 6th Marquess of Bristol, businessman and member of the House of Lords.
Harvey-Watt, Isabelle: Director of PR for Giorgio Armani before moving on to Versace and other well-known fashion corporations.
Haslam, Nick: English interior designer and socialite. His mother was the Goddaughter of Queen Victoria. Haslam claims to have had an affair with Lord Snowdon one year before he married Princess Margaret (Queen Elizabeth’s sister), further fueling rumors of Lord Snowdon’s alleged bisexuality.
Hatkoff, Craig & Jane: Hatkoff is a real estate investor, who, along with his ex-wife, Jane Rosenthal, and Robert De Niro, founded the Tribeca Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Institute. Hatkoff has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.
Hauteville, Marc de: Manages Soc Civile du Frayssinet, a real estate company based out of France. There is very little information other than this. Both of his parents appear to be members of noble families - the Hautevilles and the Cazenoves - who have historical ties to the Du Ponts.
Hay, Henry & Patricia: Henry Hay is CEO and co-founder of Centaur Properties, a large real estate firm based out of New York. Centaur’s holdings are concentrated in the most expensive neighborhoods in Manhattan.
Hayworth Reggie: Heyworth runs the 160 acre Cotswold Wildlife Park, which attracts more than 400,000 people a year. He lives in the middle of the park at the Bradwell Grove estate. .
Hazell-Iveagh, Clare: This amazing thread made by clemanueverers contains all the info you need: https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hkk5g0/one_of_epstein_madam_ghislaine_maxwells/. Quick summary: Hazell-Iveagh helped Maxwell and Epstein procure children using her position as President of West Suffolk National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). Click on the link. Clemanueverers did a wonderful job.
Hearn, Barry & Susan: Barry is a hugely popular English sports promoter, as is his son, Eddie, who represents some of the biggest boxers in the world. Former boxer and popular Youtuber Tyan Booth was supposedly banned immediately after posting a video connecting Epstein to Hearn. I have tried to find the video or at least a summary of what he said, but have been unsuccessful. If anyone has any info on this, please post below.
Hefner III, Bob: Founder and CEO of GHK Companies, which specializes in oil and natural gas. Founded the Robert and MeiLi Hefner Foundation which sponsors educational trips to China for outstanding high school students. His grandfather, Robert Hefner Sr., served as Mayor of Oklahoma City, was a Supreme Court Justice of Oklahoma, was a member of the executive council of the Boy Scouts of America, and was a thirty-second degree Freemason. Although I try not to engage in speculation, this article makes a connection between Jeffrey Epstein, Bob Hefner III, and a winning Powerball lottery ticket that was purchased in Oklahoma in 2008 (source: https://www.thelostogle.com/2019/08/14/no-jeffrey-epstein-did-not-win-25-million-from-an-oklahoma-lottery-ticket-or-did-he/#comments). It’s too long to summarize. Read it and check it out.
Heiden, Lisa: Worked in Manhattan and London as an executive for ABC. Close friend of Ghislaine Maxwell. According to the fantastic research done by this person (https://twitter.com/Agent99Mom/status/1280580456400982016), two of Lisa Heiden’s properties are listed as an address for Ellmax, a company set up by Ghislaine.
Heineken, Mr. Fredie: A Dutch businessman for the Heineken brewing company. Was chairman and CEO from 1971-1989.
Helen and Tim Shifter: Helen is a former Vogue Magazine staffer. Tim is former CEO of LeSportsac and serves as Senior Advisor at Blackstone Group, a private equity firm. The Schifters are personal friends of Ghislaine Maxwell.
Helvin, Marie: Former fashion model and former girlfriend of Imran Khan, the current Prime Minister of Pakistan. According to her memoir, she knows pretty much any popular celebrity from the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Herbert, Jason: Likely a financial adviser based in London.
Hermes, Olga & Olaf: Olaf is a handbag heir. Olga is his ex-wife.
Herrero, Juan & Helen: Juan is like the managing director of an investment bank in Spain.
Hersov, Robert & Kim: Robert is a South African entrepreneur and mining heir who has worked for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and News Corp. (owned by Murdoch).. Ex-wife Kim is a London-based fashion editor and designer.
Heseltine, Mr & Mrs: Baron Michael Heseltine is a British businessman and politician who served in various roles in government for British PMs Margaret Thatcher and John Major. Heseltine was a friend of Robert Maxwell, Ghislaine’s father. Heseltine invested in Conservative Parliament member Harvey Proctor’s business after Proctor was forced to resign after it was revealed he had sexual relationships with and took nude pictures of male prostitutes aged 17-21 at his home (source: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/members-interests-top-tories-lose-on-proctors-shop-the-retailer-1445666.html). At the time, it was illegal to have same-sex relations with prostiutes under the age of 21.
Heseltine, Mr & Mrs: Same as above.
Heseltine, Ms. Annabel: Journalist, columnist, and TV and radio broadcaster. At the age of 22, she became the Assistant-editor for Hong Kong Tatler (there’s that publication again). Daughter of Baron Michael Heseltine.
Heseltine, Rupert: Businessman and heir to Haymarket Media Group. Son of Baron Michael Heseltine.
Hicks, India: A fashion model in the ‘80s and ‘90s, India Hicks is a good friend of Ghislaine Maxwell. Descendant of the Mountbatten family, a British dynasty (although much of their background is German). Granddaughter of the much-decorated war hero, Lord Mountbatten (Prince Charles’s mentor), who, according to FBI files, was “a homosexual with a perversion for young boys” (source: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/9745399/lord-mountbatten-fbi-dossier-prince-charles/). Prince Charles is her second cousin and Godfather.
Hill, Anthony: Son of Robin Hall, 8th Marquess of Downshire and Juliet Weld-Forester, daughter of 7th Baron Forester. Couldn’t find any more info.
Himmelstein, Howard: Co-owner of clothing brand Camp Beverly Hill and a producescreenwriter.
Hirsch, Jeff: Owner of Foto Care, a shop that sells professional camera equipment. Claims he is only in the ‘Black Book’ because he sold an expensive camera to Ghislaine many years ago and had to go to her house to show her how to use it (source: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/state/florida/article234312632.html). This, however, doesn’t explain why there are two numbers listed under Hirsch’s name that are attributed to Scott Geffert, the General Manager for Advanced Imaging at the MET museum. This could all be innocent or these two could have assisted in Epstein’s hidden camera setup and helped Epstein get high quality pictures of his victims. We can’t be sure.
Hissom, Robert & Andrea: Robert is the founder of Aspen Capital Partners, a large property management firm. He is a friend of Prince Charles. His ex-wife, Andrea, famously got remarried to Steve Wynn, billionaire Las Vegas hotel tycoon. Prince Harry was a guest of Wynn’s at his Encore resort. Andrea and Wynn are close friends of Donald and Melania Trump (source: https://www.pressreader.com/uk/scottish-daily-mail/20120901/281904475353844).
Hoffman, Dustin: Famous Hollywood actor. Hoffman has been accused of sexual assault on multiple occasions, including exposing himself to a minor (source: https://variety.com/2017/biz/news/dustin-hoffman-2-1202641525/)
Hoffman, Hetty: Married to Robin Dundas, Earl of Ronaldshay. Lady Ronaldshay is a patron and ambassador for Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice, a UK-based charity that provides care for terminally ill babies and children up to five years old. A good friend of Ben Holland-Martin (listed just below).
Hoffman, Jessica: Sister of Hetty Hoffman (above), Jessica is an artist and former model who married investment banker Leopoldo Zambeletti. She is a good friend of India Hicks (mentioned above), the granddaughter of Lord Mountbatten (Prince Charles’s mentor), who, according to FBI files, was “a homosexual with a perversion for young boys.”
Holland-Martin, Ben: Works for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC). His mother, Rosamund, was chairman of the NSPCC for 20 years while Princess Margaret was President and was involved with the NSPCC for more than 50 years (source: https://www.newspapers.com/image/?clipping_id=36141343&fcfToken=eyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJmcmVlLXZpZXctaWQiOjI1OTU4NDE2NSwiaWF0IjoxNTk0MzMwNTQ0LCJleHAiOjE1OTQ0MTY5NDR9.j1V2e0Mr3tJmPzusRYNneLVhUskWiIAvNIjdIpvuzj4). Both Ben and his mother are/were friends of Princess Margaret. Rosamund Holland-Martin (nee Hornby) was related to Charles Hornby, a British socialite and close friend of Prince Charles, who was sentenced to 2 ½ years for luring young runaway boys into prostitution, indecent assault, importuning, and living off the earnings of prostitution (source: https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=0FQ0AAAAIBAJ&sjid=YbkFAAAAIBAJ&pg=4638,2085303). Ben is also good friends with Hetty Hoffman (mentioned above), who is an ambassador for Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice.
Hollond Mr & Mrs James: James is a partner at EFP Capital, an investment and advisory firm. James’s mother married Baron Robert Rothschild after her and James’s father divorced. His now ex-wife, Beatrice, is on many investing firm boards, but most notably, she is a trustee on the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, a charity that specializes in helping disadvantaged children (source: https://esmeefairbairn.org.uk/beatrice-hollond). If anyone has more info on these two, please post. Epstein has 10 pieces of contact information under their name.
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2020.06.11 08:05 ArchVileSoup List of American traitors

A number of individuals, companies, outlets, and media institutions have stepped forward to announce that they support the groups enabling riots, violence, vandalism, theft, assault, and murder taking place at the hands of vandals and thugs across the United States of America. Anyone looking to find out which companies, brands, and content creators have betrayed the trust of the American people by aligning with groups that support the deconstruction of Western values, this list will enlighten you as to who the traitors are so you can stay informed.
[Note:] Some of the people/brands/companies on this list are not headquartered in America. However, they still cater to and influence the American (consumer) audience, and in light of their influence to help sway the views of American citizens, they have been added to the list.
Corporations/Brands by alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Celebrities/E-celebs by alphabet: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

Corporations/Brands
100 Thieves (E-sports organization) – Traitor
20th Century Studios – Traitor
2K Games – Traitor
343 Industries (Halo developer) – Traitor
500 Women Scientists – Traitor
A&E Network – Traitor
ABC Network – Traitor
Abelton (Audio company) – Probation
Academy Awards – Traitor (Obviously)
Acer America – Traitor
ActBlue – Traitor
ACLU – Traitor
Activision Blizzard (Winnie The Flu’s minion) – Traitor
Adidas – Traitor
Adobe – Traitor
Adult Swim – Traitor
AIGA Design – Traitor
AirBnB – Traitor
AltPress (Music News) – Traitor
Amazon – Double Traitor
AMD – Traitor
American Airlines – Traitor
American Express – Traitor
American Institutes For Research – Probation
Americans For The Arts – Traitor
Amplitude Studios – Traitor
Anastasia Beverly Hills (Cosmetic company) – Traitor
Ancestry (Genealogy database) – Traitor
Anime Expo (Convention) – Traitor
Aniplex (Anime production) – Traitor
Annapurna Interactive (Indie publisher) – Traitor
ANR (Americans For Nonsmokers’ Rights) – Traitor
AOL (From the 1990s) – Traitor
Apollo Theater – Traitor
Apple – Traitor
Arab American Institute – Traitor
Arc System Works (Developer) – Traitor
Armani – Probation
Asobo Studio (A Plague Tale developers) – Traitor
ASTRO Gaming – Traitor
AT&T (Held iPhones hostage for five years) – Traitor
Atari (Impostors) – Traitor
Atlanta Records (Record company) – Traitor
Audible (Audio book company) – Traitor
Autodesk (Development software) – Traitor
Avalanche Studios – Traitor
Avid – Traitor
AVN Media Network – Traitor
AXE Body Spray (Keeping women at bay) – Traitor
BabyNames.com – Traitor
Bad Robot Entertainment – Traitor
Balenciaga – Traitor
Bandai Namco Entertainment – Traitor
Bandcamp – Traitor
Bang Zoom! Entertainment – Traitor
Bank of America (Allowed to steal $45 billion from the U.S. Treasury) – Traitor
Barnes & Noble – Traitor
Bayer (Science organization) – Probation
Beamdog (Developer) – Traitor
Behaviour Interactive (Dead By Daylight developer) – Traitor
Believe Global (Music promoter) – Traitor
Ben and Jerry’s (Ice cream) – Traitor
Benefit Cosmetics – Traitor
Be Quiet! (PC parts supplier) – Traitor
Bergdorf Goodman – Traitor
Best Buy – Traitor
Bethesda (Doesn’t pay modders for fixing their games) – Double Traitor
BioWare (A company with a tired face) – Traitor
Blabber Mouth (Rock music news site) – Traitor
Black Metal & Brews (Music review site) – Traitor
Blackstar Amps (Guitar amp supplier) – Probation
Bleacher Report – Traitor
Blueberry (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Bluehost – Probation
BMW USA – Traitor
Booking.com – Traitor
Books Are My Bag (Book curator) – Traitor
Boomerang (Cartoon streaming) – Traitor
Boost Mobile – Traitor
Bossa Studios (Surgeon Simulator developer) – Traitor
Bratz (Toys for thots-in-training) – Traitor
Brazzers – Traitor
Brookefield Zoo – Probation
Budweiser – Traitor
Bungie (Destiny developer) – Traitor
Burberry – Traitor
Burger King – Traitor
Callaway Golf – Probation
Call of Duty (War propaganda) – Traitor
Campbell’s Soup – Traitor
Capcom USA (Game publisher) – Traitor
Capital Records – Traitor
Cartoon Network – Traitor
Cash App – Traitor
CBS – Traitor
CD Baby (Music distributor) – Traitor
Center For American Progress (Think tank) – Traitor
Certain Affinity – Traitor
Change.org – Probation
Chaosium – Probation
Cheap Ass Gamer (Game sales) – Traitor
Chevron – Traitor
Chick-fil-A (Christian food) – Traitor
Chip Theory Games (Board game maker) – Traitor
Chucklefish (Game maker) – Traitor
Chili’s Bar & Grill – Traitor
Cinemablend – Traitor
Cisco (Tech company) – Traitor
Citibank – Traitor
Cloak (Clothing brand) – Traitor
Cloudflare – Traitor
Cloud Imperium Games (Star Citizen developers) – Traitor
CNET – Traitor
Coloured Raine Cosmetics (Cosmetic company) – Traitor
Coca-Cola – Traitor
Color of Change – Traitor
Columbus City Council – Traitor
Comedy Central – Traitor
Conde Nast (Parent company for a Communist hive) – Traitor
Continuous Delivery Foundation – Traitor
Corsair (Component maker) – Traitor
Cosplay Realm Magazine – Traitor
Covergirl – Traitor
Crackle TV – Probation
Creative Assembly – Traitor
Creative Commons (Non-profit licensing solution) – Traitor
Creative Review – Traitor
Criterion Collection – Traitor
Crucial Memory (Tech company) – Traitor
Crunchyroll (Producers of High Guardian Spice) – Traitor
CryEngine (Software development tool from Crytek) – Traitor
Curve Digital (Game publisher) – Traitor
CW Network – Traitor
Cyberpunk 2077 (Video game) – Traitor
D’Addario (Guitar strings) – Traitor
DC Comics – Traitor
Death Wish Coffee – Probation
Deep Silver (Game publisher) – Traitor
Def Jam Recordings – Traitor
Dell (Cheap PC maker) – Traitor
Derpibooru (Imageboard) – Traitor
Design Milk (Home decor) – Traitor
DeviantArt (Furry breeding ground) – Traitor
Devolver Digital (Game publisher that insincerely tries to be edgy) – Traitor
Dickies – Traitor
Discord (Another furry breeding ground) – Traitor
Digital Extremes (Warframe developer) – Double Traitor
DigiXArt (Game developer) – Traitor
Dimension Ink Games (Developer) – Traitor
Dior (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Discovery (TV network) – Traitor
Disney (Ruining childhoods) – Double Traitor
DistroKid – Traitor
Dollar General – Traitor
Dollar Tree – Traitor
Dolby – Traitor
Dolce & Gabbana – Traitor
Door Dash (Delivery company) – Traitor
Doritos (Gamer fuel) – Traitor
Double Fine Productions (Failed at sock-puppet math) – Double Traitor
Dreamworks (Discount Pixar) – Traitor
Dribble (Creative community) – Traitor
Dr. Martens Footwear – Traitor
Dropbox – Filthy Triple Traitor
Drug Policy Alliance – Traitor
Drum Workshop – Virtue-Signaling Traitor
DualShockers (Gaming news outlet) – Traitor
Dungeons & Dragons (The original Christian nightmare) – Traitor
EA Sports – Traitor
eBay – Traitor
Eddie Bauer – Traitor
EFF – Traitor
Eidos Montreal (Deux Ex developer) – Traitor
Electronic Arts (Gambling enthusiasts) – Double Traitor
Elektra Music Group (Music distributors) – Traitor
Eleven Arts – Traitor
Elevation Church – Probation
Elgato Gaming (Streaming solutions) – Traitor
E-Line Media (Game publisher) – Traitor
EMILY’s List (Pro-choice PAC) – Traitor
Entertainment Software Association (Guardians of loot boxes) – Traitor
Epic Games Store (CCP training tool) – Traitor
Epiphone (Guitar maker) – Probation
Ernie Ball (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Etsy – Traitor
Eurogamer – Traitor
EVO (Core values) – Traitor
Extra Credits – Traitor
F1 (Racing organization) – Traitor
Family Dollar – Traitor
Fanatical (Software distributor) – Traitor
Fandango (Ticket sales) – Traitor
Fandom (Fan-ran wiki) – Traitor
Fender (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Field Museum – Traitor
Fight For The Future – Traitor
Fine Brothers (Content creation brand) – Traitor
Finji (Night In The Woods developer) – Double Traitor
Firework TV – Traitor
Focusrite (Audio interface production) – Traitor
Forever 21 (Fashion outlet) – Traitor
Fox TV – Traitor
Freeform TV – Traitor
Fruit By The Foot (Tag-team partner with Gushers) – Traitor
Fujitsu America – Probation
Funimation – Traitor
Funko (Toy maker) – Traitor
Fur Affinity (You don’t want to know) – Traitor
Game Informer (GameStop’s b*tch) – Traitor
Game Revolution (Gaming news site) – Traitor
GamesIndustry.biz – Traitor
Gamespot – Traitor
GameStop (Essential during COVID-19) – Traitor
Games Workshop (Warhammer licensor) – Traitor
GameZone – Traitor
Garfield Eats – Traitor
GaymerX (Gay gamers) – Traitor
Gearbox Software (Borderlands creators and destroyers) – Traitor
General Assembly (Business educators) – Traitor
General Mills – Probation
General Motors – Traitor
Gematsu (Gaming news) – Traitor
Ghost Adventures (TV show) – Traitor
Gibson (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Github – Traitor
GKIDS Films – Traitor
GLAAD – Traitor
GNOME Foundation (Non-profit software distro) – Traitor
GoFundMe – Double Traitor
Goldman Sachs – Traitor
Google (Evil) – Double Traitor
Goose Island Beer – Traitor
Gorilla Glue (Glue company) – Traitor
Goto.Game (Gaming resource) – Traitor
Grand Central Pub (Book publisher) – Traitor
Grammarly – Traitor
Greenpeace – Traitor
Grindr – Traitor
Gucci – Traitor
Guerrilla Collective (Games festival) – Traitor
Guerilla Games (KillZone developers) – Traitor
Guitar Center – Traitor
Gumroad (E-commerce company) – Traitor
Gundam Planet (Official Gundam product retailer) – Traitor
Gushers (Tag-team partner with Fruit by the Foot) – Traitor
Häagen-Dazs (Obesity’s best friend) – Traitor
Hatchette Books (Book publisher) – Traitor
Half-Price Books (Bookstore chain) – Traitor
Hallmark – Probation
Harebrained Schemes (Game developer) – Traitor
Hardsuit Labs (Game developer) – Traitor
Harley-Davidson – Traitor
Harmonix – Traitor
Hasbro – Probation
HBO Max – Traitor
Heart Machine (Hyper Light Drifter developer) – Traitor
Hershey’s – Probation
Hinterland Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Hi-Rez Studios (Game developer) – Traitor
History Channel – Traitor
Hitachi U.S.A. – Probation
Hollywood Records – Traitor
Home Depot – Traitor
Honda – Traitor
Hootsuite (Social media news management) – Traitor
HostGator – Probation
House House (Untitled Goose Game developers) – Traitor
HP – Probation
Hulu – Traitor
Human Rights Campaign – Traitor
Humble Bundle – Traitor
HyperX (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
IAFFE (NGO) – Traitor
Ibanez Guitars – Traitor
IBM – Traitor
Idea Factory International (Game localizer) – Traitor
IGN (6/10) – Traitor
IGN Australia – Traitor
iHeartRadio (Music broadcaster) – Traitor
IKEA USA (LEGOS for adults) – Traitor
Indeed.com (Job search) – Traitor
Indiegogo (Crowdfunding service) – Traitor
IndyCar Series – Probation
Infinity Ward (Game developer) – Double Traitor
Insomniac Games – Traitor
Instagram – Traitor
Intel – Double Traitor
Island Records – Traitor
Itch.io (Indie gaming store) – Double Traitor
iZotope – Traitor
Jagex (Runescape developer) – Traitor
JAKKS Pacific (Toy maker) – Traitor
JCPenny – Traitor
Jet Blue (Travel agency) – Traitor
JFrog – Traitor
Jim Dunlop (Guitar picks) – Probation
Johnson & Johnson – Traitor
Kellogg Copmany – Traitor
Kerrang! Magazine (Rock magazine) – Traitor
KFC – Traitor
Kindle (E-reader) – Traitor
Kink.com – Traitor
Kitfox Games (Indie developers) – Traitor
Klei Entertainment (Don’t Starve developers) – Traitor
Kobo (E-reader) – Traitor
Kodansha Comics (Manga publisher) – Traitor
Kohl’s (If you can’t afford designer fashion) – Traitor
Kotaku (Blogging activists) – Traitor
Last.fm – Traitor
Lawyer’s Committee For Civil Rights – Traitor
LEGO – Traitor
Level 99 Games (Board game maker) – Traitor
Levi’s – Traitor
Lexus – Probation
Lifetime TV (Channel for lonely cat ladies) – Traitor
Limited Run Games – Traitor
LinkedIn – Traitor
Linux Foundation – Traitor
Little Orbit (Developer) – Traitor
Logitech – Traitor
L’Oréal Paris – Traitor
Louis Vuitton – Traitor
Lowe’s – Probation
LPGA – Probation
Luminosity Gaming (E-sports organization) – Traitor
Lush Cosmetics – Traitor
Lyrical Lemonade – Traitor
Lyft (Taxi service) – Traitor
Maybelline – Traitor
Macy’s (Martha Stewart’s personal playground) – Traitor
Magic: The Gathering (Trading card game) – Traitor
Make-A-Wish Foundation – Traitor
Manga Entertainment – Traitor
Mapex Drums – Probation
Marc Jacobs (Designer fashion) – Probation
Marijuana Policy Project – Traitor
Marvel Entertainment – Traitor
Martin Guitar – Traitor
Master Card – Traitor
Materia Collective (Music producers) – Traitor
Mattel (Toy company) – Traitor
McCormick * Company – Probation
McDonald’s – Traitor
MediaJustice – Traitor
Metal Blade Records – Probation
Metal Hammer Records – Traitor
MetalSucks (Leftist news site) – Traitor
Michael Kors (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Microsoft – Traitor
Minecraft – Traitor
MOD Pizza – Traitor
Moog Synthesizers – Traitor
Mondelēz Intl – Traitor
MoveOn Organization – Traitor
Mozilla – Traitor
MSI Gaming (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
MTV – Traitor
Mythical Entertainment – Traitor
Napalm Records – Traitor
NARAL (Abortion specialists) – Ironic Traitor
Native Instruments (Audio company) – Traitor
National Women’s Law Center – Traitor
NBC Entertainment – Traitor
NBC Universal – Traitor
NCSoft (MMO publisher) – Traitor
Neiman Marcus – Traitor
Nerdist – Traitor
Netflix (Left-wing propaganda) – Traitor
New Balance – Traitor
New Democrat Coalition – Traitor
Newgrounds (Edgelord’s first baby-step) – Traitor
NewRetroWave (Retro music promoter) – Probation
Nextdoor – Traitor
NFL – Traitor
Niantic Labs (Pokemon Go developer) – Traitor
Nickelodeon – Filthy Triple Traitor
NightDocs (YouTuber) – Traitor
Nike – Traitor
Nintendo of America (But NOT Japan) – Traitor
Nissan – Probation
NodeJS (Javascipt library) – Traitor
Noisy Pixel (Gaming news outlet) – Traitor
Nokia – Probation
No More Robots (Not Tonight developers) – Traitor
Nordstrom – Traitor
NORML Canada (Marijuana advocacy organization) – Traitor
Norvina (Cosmetic brand) – Traitor
Novation (Audio software) – Traitor
NYAV Post (Recording studio) – Traitor
NZXT (PC component supplier) – Traitor
Obsidian Entertainment (Game developer) – Traitor
Oddysey Golf – Probation
Offworld Industries (Squad developer) – Traitor
Olay – Traitor
Olympus – Traitor
Oprah Winfrey Network – Traitor
Orangeamps (Guitar amps) – Traitor
O’Reilly Media (Entrepreneurial advisors) – Traitor
OriginPC (PC maker) – Traitor
Otakon (East coast weeb convention) – Traitor
Outer Loop Games (Indie developers) – Traitor
Paiste Nation (Cymbal maker) – Traitor
Pandora Music – Traitor
Panera Bread – Traitor
Paradox Interactive (Publisher & developer) – Traitor
Paramount Network – Traitor
Paramount Pictures – Traitor
Parsons Xtreme Golf – Probation
Patreon (Hipster welfare) – Traitor
Paypal (Legal money laundering) – Traitor
PAX (Almost cancelled over Dickwolves) – Traitor
PC Master Race (Official PCMR org) – Traitor
PETA (Pokemon’s greatest nemesis) – Traitor
PC Gamer – Traitor
Pearl Drums (Drum maker) – Traitor
Peavey Electronics – Probation
Penguin Books USA – Traitor
Pepsico – Traitor
Pfizer Inc. – Traitor
PGA Tour – Traitor
Philips – Probation
Pinterest – Traitor
Pixar – Traitor
Planet Peebles (Arts and crafts) – Traitor
Planned Parenthood (All lives matter… except for fetusus) – Traitor
Playboy – Traitor
PlayStation – Double Traitor
PlayStation Japan – Traitor
PlayStation Lifestyle (PlayStation news site) – Traitor
Plugin Boutique – Traitor
Pokemon – Traitor
Poly – Traitor
Popeyes Chicken – Traitor
Pop-Tarts – Probation
Porsche – Probation
Pornhub (Subversion) – Traitor
Power Rangers – Probation
PPI (Progressive policy) – Traitor
PQube Games (Localization publisher) – Traitor
PreSonus (Audio software) – Traitor
Print Magazine – Traitor
Procter & Gamble (Mega corporation) – Traitor
Promark Drumsticks – Traitor
PRSGuitars (Guitar maker) – Traitor
Public Citizen (NGO) – Traitor
Puma – Traitor
Pusheen The Cat (E-tailer) – Traitor
Rare Ltd (Game developer) – Traitor
Raw Fury (Game publisher) – Traitor
Reason Studios (Music production) – Traitor
Rebellion (Game developer) – Traitor
Red Hat – Traitor
Redox (Healthcare resource) – Traitor
Republic Services – Traitor
Reddit (Communism) – Traitor
Reebok – Traitor
Remo Inc. (Drumhead maker) – Traitor
Respawn Entertainment (Titanfall developer) – Traitor
Revelation Records – Probation
Revlon – Traitor
Riot Games (League of Legends developer) – Traitor
Rising Star Games (Game publisher) – Traitor
Roadrunner Records – Traitor
Rockstar Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Rock, Paper, Shotgun – Traitor
Rock Sound Magazine – Traitor
Rock The Vote – Traitor
Rogue Fitness – Traitor
Rolling Loud (Music festival) – Traitor
Rooster Teeth (Production company) – Traitor
RPG Site (Gaming news) – Traitor
RuPaul’s Drag Race (NSFL) – Traitor
Rust (Programming language) – Traitor
Saint Laurent – Probation
Sample Magic (Royalty free audio samples) – Traitor
San Diego Comic-Con – Probation
San Japan Convention – Traitor
Santa Monica Studio (Gave Krato’s his wife’s son) – Traitor
Screen Junkies (Multimedia outlet) – Traitor
SCUF Gaming (Peripheral maker) – Traitor
Sega – Traitor
Sekai Project (H-Game publisher) – Traitor
Sennheiser – Traitor
Sephora – Traitor
Sesame Street – Double Traitor
Seymour Duncan (Guitar pickups and pedals) – Traitor
Shady Records – Traitor
Shonen Jump – Traitor
Showtime – Traitor
Shudder (Horror streaming network) – Double Traitor
Siliconera (Gaming news) – Traitor
SiriusXM – Traitor
SKA Studios (Salt & Sanctuary developer) – Traitor
Sketchfab – Traitor
SK Gaming – Traitor
Skillet Music – Traitor
Skill Share (Learning specialists) – Traitor
Smart – Probation
Smartsheet (Tech solutions) – Traitor
Snapchat – Traitor
Sony – Disgusting Traitor
Sony Music – Double Traitor
Sony Pictures – Traitor
Soulstone Cymbals – Traitor
Soundcloud – Traitor
Southern Poverty Law Center – Traitor
Southwest Airlines – Traitor
Spitfire Audio – Traitor
Spotify – Traitor
Spriters Resource – Traitor
Square (Card reader company) – Traitor
Square Enix (Game publisher) – Traitor
Starbucks (Hipster hangout) – Traitor
Star Trek (Waning quality) – Traitor
Star Wars (Feminist propaganda) – Double Traitor
STARZ – Traitor
State Farm – Traitor
Steam – Probation
Steel Series (Product maker) – Traitor
Strymon (Boutique electronics) – Traitor
Subset Games (FTL developers) – Double Traitor
Subway – Probation
Super Rare Games – Traitor
SUSE (Open source platform) – Traitor
Sweetwater (Audio gear) – Traitor
Swing Left – Traitor
SXSW – Traitor
SYFY (Cheap) – Traitor
Sysco Corporation – Traitor
Taco Bell (A toilet’s best friend) – Traitor
TAMA Drums – Traitor
Target – Traitor
TASER (Consumer self-defense) – Traitor
TBS Network – Traitor
TCG Player (Trading card company) – Traitor
Team17 (Game publisher) – Traitor
Team Meat (Meat Boy developers) – Double Traitor
TechRadar (Tech site) – Traitor
TechRaptor (Gaming news) – Traitor
TeePublic – Traitor
Telemundo (TV network) – Traitor
Tesco – Probation
Thatgamecompany (Journey developer) – Traitor
The Black Caucus – Traitor
The Body Shop – Traitor
The British Library – Traitor
The Coalition (Gears of War developer) – Traitor
The Orchard (Music distributor) – Traitor
The Pokemon Company (Game maker) – Traitor
The Socialist Party – Traitor
The Tor Project – Traitor
Threadless – Traitor
Thunderful Publishing (Game publisher) – Traitor
TikTok – Traitor
Threadless – Traitor
Ticketmaster – Traitor
Tinder (Keeping abortion clinics busy since 2012) – Traitor
T-Mobile – Traitor
Toei Animation – Traitor
Tokyo Otaku Mode – Traitor
TOMS – Traitor
Tom’s Hardware (Tech site) – Traitor
Toonami – Nonstop Virtue–Signaling Quintuple Traitors
Toontown – Traitor
Tooth & Nail Records (Record label) – Traitor
Toyota USA – Traitor
TronicsFix (Electronics repair) – Traitor
TT Games (Game developer) – Traitor
Tumblr (Cursed progenitor of Social Justice Warriors) – Traitor
TuneCore (Music distributor) – Traitor
Turn 10 Studios (Forza developer) – Traitor
Turnitin (Tech-learning solutions) – Traitor
TV Land – Traitor
Twitch.tv – Traitor
Twitter – Traitor
Uber (Spying taxi service) – Traitor
Uber Eats (Food delivery) – Traitor
Überliss – Traitor
Ubisoft (Cloning specialist) – Traitor
Udemy (Learning facilitators) – Traitor
Ulta Beauty – Traitor
Ultra Music – Traitor
Under Armour – Traitor
United Airlines – Traitor
Unilever (Business news) – Traitor
Universal Music Group – Traitor
University Of Berkeley – Traitor
Urban Decay – Traitor
U.S. Steel – Probation
UTSA (University of Texas at San Antonio) – Traitor
Vanguard Group – Traitor
Vans (If skateboard culture were shoes) – Traitor
Vater Percussion – Traitor
Verizon Media – Traitor
Versace (Designer fashion) – Traitor
Vevo – Traitor
VH1 – Traitor
Viacom/CBS – Traitor
Vic Firth (Drumstick supplier) – Traitor
ViewSonic – Probation
Virgil Abloh – Traitor
Vigor (Developed by Bohemia Interactive) – Traitor
Virgin Records – Traitor
Virtual Wrestling United – Traitor
Visa – Traitor
Vizio – Traitor
Viz Media – Traitor
Volition Software – Traitor
Volkswagen – Traitor
VRV – Traitor
Wacom (Software productivity) – Traitor
Walmart – Traitor
Warhammer – Traitor
Warner Bros. Entertainment – Traitor
Warner Media – Traitor
Warner Music Group – Probation
Warner Records – Traitor
Webtoon – Traitor
Wells Fargor – Traitor
Wendy’s (Pimped their mascot as a waifu) – Traitor
Wildbrain (Children’s programming) – Traitor
Wix – Traitor
WordPress – Traitor
Worldstar Hip Hop – Traitor
Wraith Games (Developers) – Traitor
WWE – Traitor
Xander (Advertising agency) – Traitor
XBIZ (Second-rate faps) – Traitor
Xbox – Traitor
Yacht Club Games (Shovel Knight developers) – Traitor
Yahoo! – Traitor
Yamaha Music – Probation
Yelp – Traitor
Yen Press (Comic book publisher) – Traitor
YouTube – Traitor
YMCA – Traitor
Yorkshire Tea – Traitor
Ysbryd Games (Boutique publisher) – Traitor
Zbrush – Traitor
Zildjian Company (Drum kit maker) – Traitor
Zoom (Video communications) – Traitor
Zynga (Incubators for microtransactions) – Probation
Celebrities/E-Celebs
2Z (K-pop group) – Traitor
5 Seconds of Summer (Musician) – Traitor
Aaron Mahnke (Podcaster) – Traitor
Adam Conover (Got owned by Joe Rogan… live) – Double Traitor
A Day To Remember (Musician) – Probation
Addison Riecke (Actress) – Traitor
Aidan Gallagher (Actor) – Traitor
Alpharad (YouTuber) – Traitor
Alexa (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Alex Gaskarth (Singer) – Traitor
Alexis Tipton (Voice actress) – Traitor
Allegra Clark (Voice actress) – Traitor
Alyssa Milano (#MeToo hypocrite) – Traitor
Amanda Lee (Voice actress) Double Traitor
Amber Liu (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Amy Marie (Game Theory editor) – Traitor
Andrew Yang (Politician) – Traitor
Andy Biersack (Singer) – Traitor
Andy Milonakis (Trying to breathe) – Traitor
Angelskimi (Streamer) – Double Traitor
Anita Sarkeesian (Destroyed the entire gaming industry) – Traitor
Anna Akana (Actress) – Traitor
Anne Munition (Streamer) – Traitor
Anonymous (hacking group) – Traitor
AntDude (YouTuber) – Traitor
Anthony Padilla (Smosh co-founder) – Traitor
Anthrax (Musician) – Probation
Aquana (Streamer) – Traitor
Ariana Grande (Wore a micro-skirt to a funeral) – Traitor
AriaSaki (Streamer) – Double Traitor
Arlo Stuff (YouTUber) – Traitor
Ashton Kutcher (Cougar hunter) – Traitor
Atreyu (Musician) – Traitor
AttackingTucans (Content creator) – Traitor
Avatar Metal (Musician) – Probation
Axel Braun – Traitor
Ben Eller (Guitarist) – Traitor
Beni (Singer) – Traitor
Ben Saint (Comic book artist) – Traitor
Ben Schwartz (Actor) – Traitor
Ben Stiller (Could never make a Tropic Thunder 2) – Traitor
Binging With Babish (YouTuber) – Traitor
Bill Nye “The Science Guy” – Traitor
Billie Eillish (Singer) – Traitor
Black Nerd – Traitor
Black Sabbath (Rock legends) – Traitor
Blake Lively (Actress) – Traitor
Bon Jovi (Was once Wanted Dead or Alive) – Probation
Brendon Urie (Panics at the disco) – Traitor
Brie Larson (Lacks a butt) – Traitor
Britney Spears (Singer) – Traitor
Bruno Mars (Singer) – Traitor
BTS (Femboys cosplaying as male singers) – Traitor
Bunni (I don’t know who the hell this is) – Traitor
Butch Hartman (Fairly Oddparents creator) – Probation
CalebCity (YouTuber) – Traitor
Chadtronic (YouTuber) – Traitor
Charli D’Amelio (Tiktok thot) – Traitor
Chevy Chase (Comedic icon) – Probation
Chiitan (Aspiring troublemaker) – Traitor
Chris Evans (Captain America) – Traitor
Chrisiousity (YouTuber) – Traitor
Chris Ray Gun (YouTuber) – Insincere Traitor
Chris Sabat (Tested if couch’s could cast) – Traitor
Chrissy Teigen (???) – Traitor
Chris Stuckmann (YouTuber) – Traitor
Christina Aguilera (Singer) – Traitor
Chuck Wendig (Impotent rage) – Traitor
Chuggaaconroy (YouTuber) – Traitor
Civvie11 (YouTuber) – Traitor
Cliffy ‘B’ Bleszinski (Used to make games for real men) – Traitor
Coach Gregg Popovich – Traitor
Comment Etiquette (YouTuber) – Traitor
Conan O’Brien (Way past his prime) – Traitor
Cory Barlog (Director of God of War) – Traitor
Cory Davis (Director of Spec Ops: The Line) – Traitor
Council of Geeks (YouTuber) – Traitor
Courtney Miller (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Cranbersher (Animation streamer) – Traitor
Crank Gameplays (YouTuber) – Traitor
Cr1TiKaL (Former world’s best slap-fight commentator) – Traitor
Cristina Vee (Singer & beloved voice actress) – Traitor
Critical Role (Roleplaying snowflakes) – Traitor
Crush (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Crystal Kay (Singer) – Traitor
Damien Haas (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Daniel “ZhugeEX” Ahmad (Industry analyst) – Guileful Traitor
Daniel D. Fox (Zweihander RPG creative director) – Traitor
Daniel Ibbertson (From Slopes Game Room) – Traitor
David Baszucki (Roblox CEO) – Traitor
Dave Bautista (Former superstar) – Traitor
Dave Davidson (Musician) – Traitor
David Guetta (Musician) – Traitor
David Hayter (Voice of a legendary soldier) – Traitor
David Szymanski (Dusk developer) – Probation
Delilah S. Dawson (Feminist Star Wars author) – Traitor
Demi Lovato (Dat ass) – Traitor
Disguised Toast (Streamer) – Traitor
Docm77 (Streamer) – Traitor
D0mics (YouTuber) – Traitor
Don Cheadle (Actor who starred in Traitor) – Traitor
Donna Brazile (Burned Bernie in 2016) – Traitor
Dove Cameron (Singer) – Traitor
Dr. Disrespect (Former role model) – Traitor
DreamcastGuy (YouTuber) _ Traitor
Dr. Lupo (YouTuber) – Traitor
Dude Perfect (Former purveyors of masculinity) – Traitor
Easy Allies (Streamers) – Traitor
Ed Boon (Former rebel) – Traitor
Ed Sheeran (Singer) – Traitor
Ellen DeGeneres (Dances better than she tells jokes) – Traitor
Ellie Goulding (Singer) – Traitor
Eminem (Inverted Oreo) – Traitor
Eric Nam (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Erin Fitzgerald (voice actress) – Traitor
Ethos (Samurai Zero creative director) – Traitor
Eva Marie (Couldn’t hang with Fandango) – Traitor
Exhumed (Musician) – Traitor
Fall Out Boy (Musician) – Traitor
FalseProof (YouTuber) – Traitor
FaZe Clan (E-sports competitors) – Traitor
Felicia Day (Fake gamer girl) – Traitor
Fergie (Wasn’t hot enough to keep Josh Duhamel from cheating) – Traitor
Fever 333 (Musician) – Traitor
Floaromaa (Streamer) – Traitor
Food Wishes (YouTuber) – Traitor
Foo Fighters (There goes my hero) – Traitor
Foxtrot44 (Streamer) – Traitor
Francesca Capaldi (Actress) – Traitor
Frank Iero and the Future Violents (Musician) – Traitor
FrivolousFox (YouTuber) – Double Traitor
Fuslie (Streamer) – Traitor
GameGrumps (YouTubers) – Traitor
Gigguk (YouTuber) – Probation
Glimmer (Podcasters) – Traitor
Goatwhore (Musician) – Probation
Godswill Ugwa Jr. (Viz Media community manager) – Traitor
Green Day (Musician) – Traitor
Greta Thunberg (Puppet) – Traitor
Gun Inaccuracies In Media – Insincere Traitor
Guns N’ Roses (Musician) – Traitor
H3H3 Productions (Disgraced) – Traitor
Halsey (Confused) – Traitor
Harry Styles (Only talented member of One Direction) – Traitor
Hasanabi (Streamer) – Traitor
Hayley Williams (Singer) – Double Traitor
HBomberguy (YouTuber) – Developing Traitor
Hillsong Worship (Musician) – Probation
Holland (Singer) – Traitor
Hoobastank (Musician) – Traitor
Ice Cube (Needs to swallow) – Traitor
Ify & Fiona(Entertainer) – Traitor
Iggy Azalea (Singer) – Traitor
iGumDrop (Streamer) – Traitor
iJustine (Digger) – Traitor
Imagine Dragons (Musician) – Traitor
Incubus (Musician) – Probation
Indeimaus (YouTuber) – Traitor
Internet Today TV (YouTuber) – Traitor
IntroSpecktive (YouTuber) – Traitor
ItsFunneh (YouTuber) – Traitor
Izzy Hale (Musician) – Traitor
James Charles (Catfishing heterosexual men) – Traitor
JackSepticEye (YouTuber) – Filthy Triple Traitor
Jad Saxton (Voice actress) – Traitor
Jaiden Animations (YouTuber) – Traitor
James Willems (Has really tiny dreams) – Double Traitor
Jamey Jasta (Singer) – Traitor
Jamie Marchi (Voice actress) – Traitor
Jane Fonda (Former sex symbol) – Traitor
Jason Derulo (One-hit wonder) – Traitor
Jax Blade Fitness (Blacked.com dream hire) – Traitor
Jay Park (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Jeffree Star (Opportunist) – Traitor
Jeff Gerstmann (Catalyst for proto-#GamerGate) – Probation
Jenna Marbles (Productive thot) – Traitor
Jennifer Scheurle (Guild Wars 2 narrative lead) – Traitor
Jenny Vu (Streamer) – Traitor
Jesse Cox (Still pondering if it’s gay to be trapped ) – Traitor
Jessi (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Jessica Nigri (Overrated cosplayer) – Traitor
Jessie Pridemore (Cosplayer) – Traitor
Jim Caddick (Streamer) – Traitor
Jim Gaffigan (What a man sounds like if he never left puberty) – Traitor
Jimmy Fallon (Paid to laugh) – Traitor
Jim Sterling (Former free speech advocate) – Traitor
Jirard Khalil “The Completionist” (YouTuber) – Double Traitor
J.K. Rowling (Revisionist storyteller) – Traitor
J. Michael Tatum (Voice actor) – Traitor
John Cena (Carried WWE on his back for 15 years) – Traitor
John Patrick Lowrie (Voice actor) – Traitor
John Wolfe (YouTuber) – Traitor
JoJo (Singer) – Traitor
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Jonathan Paula (Jogwheel owner) – Traitor
John Boyega (Rey’s simp) – Traitor
Joshua Ovenshire (YouTuber) – Traitor
Joshua “TheJWittz” Wittenkeller (YouTuber) – Traitor
Joy Reid (MSNBC anchor) – Traitor
Justin Bieber (Home-schooling gone wrong) Misguided Traitor
Justin Trudeau (Face-paint extraordinaire) – Traitor
Jvcki Wai (K-Pop singer) – Double Traitor
Kanye West (Gave Taylor Swift PTSD) – Traitor
Kellin Quinn (Sleeping With Giants) – Traitor
Kevin Woo (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Kathryn Knutsen (YouTube video editor) – Traitor
Katy Perry (Singer) – Traitor
Kesha Rose (Singer) – Traitor
Kevin Bacon (Never won an Oscar) – Traitor
Kevin Fagaragan (Artist) – Traitor
Kevin Hart (Unfaithful) – Traitor
Kim Kardashian (Cottage cheese connoisseur) – Traitor
Kinda Funny Games (YouTuber) – Traitor
KoneKoKitten (YouTuber) – Traitor
Korn – (Musician) – Traitor
KSI (Beat the snot out of Logan Paul) – Traitor
L.A. Beast (YouTuber) – Traitor
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Lady Gaga (Musician) – Traitor
Lasercorn (Smosh Games member) – Traitor
Last Podcast On The Left (Podcasters) – Traitor
Lauren Orlando (Conceited) – Traitor
LazarBeam (Tiktok reviewer) – Traitor
Lazy Game Reviews (Game reviewer) – Traitor
Lee Howon (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
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Marie Lu (Author) – Traitor
Mark Hamill (Senior breastfeeder) – Traitor
Mark Hoppus (Musician) – Traitor
Markiplier (If chocolate had a voice) – Traitor
Mark Ruffalo (Straightened out a lesbian) – Traitor
Mark Tuan (K-Pop singer) – Traitor
Mark Wahlberg (Sega CD rapper) – Traitor
Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook lizard) – Traitor
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MatPat From Game Theory (YouTuber) – Traitor
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Matt Reeves (Director of The Batman) – Traitor
Matt Sohinki (Streamer) – Traitor
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Mayday Parade (Musician) – Traitor
Mayor Muriel Bowser – Traitor
Michael Jordan (Legend) – Traitor
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2020.06.08 05:14 chainer9999 KBO Legend Profiles vol. 3 - The Phoenix and the Hulk

KBO Legend Profiles vol. 3 - The Phoenix and the Hulk
What's up KBO! I'm back with vol.3 of the KBO Legends profiles. Apologies for the long delay between this and vol.2--I got swamped at work, and watching SK baseball made me want to avoid anything baseball-related for a while. I miss Trey Hillman.
Anyway, on to the real topic at hand. Per a request on aforementioned vol.2, I'll be covering one more of the original pitching aces of the KBO's formative years, and FINALLY a hitter! Fans in the South Side of Chicago will be familiar with the man they called "Hulk" in KBO.
Also like last time, all images (and a lot of miscellaneous info) are courtesy of namu.wiki.
Park Chul-Soon (박철순), pitcher, OB Bears (now known as Doosan Bears)

The Phoenix.
One of the first players to have their number retired in KBO, Park was instrumental in leading the Bears to the championship in KBO's inaugural season, 1982. A power righty with a fastball in the 90s, curve, slider and a palmball (which has pretty much never been used since Park's retirement), Park was a sensation in his debut KBO season. But let's rewind a bit.
After a tumultuous high school period (where his first high school had their baseball team disbanded for beating up an umpire), Park found his groove in the Air Force baseball team, with a highlight facing off against Choi Dong-Won in the amateur baseball finals and coming out on top.
Afterwards, he signed a minor league contract with the Milwaukee Brewers, although he never broke past Double A. It was at that time that the owner of the OB Bears, one of the inaugural teams of the newly-forming KBO, flew to the US, put forth $30,000, and brought Park over to Korea.
So, on to that first season. Let's dig up stats.
  • 36 appearances (out of an 80 game season)
  • 224.2 IP (as both starter and out of the pen; 29.1% of total innings pitched by OB pitchers)
  • 24 wins, 4 losses, 7 saves
  • 1.84 ERA
  • 0.97 WHIP
  • 22 straight wins
In terms of impact in one's rookie season, with the exception of Jang Myeong-Bu (covered in vol.1), Park had the highest sWAR in KBO history--yes, even higher than Choi Dong-Won or Sun Dong-Yul.
However, his form was very dynamic and placed a lot of stress on his back, which eventually led to a tragic tale of injury. In the final game of the 1982 season, Park slipped while attempting to field a bunt, severely injuring his already-damaged back. Were it 2010 or later, Park would have been put on the IR and shelved.
HOWEVER......
After missing Games 1 and 2 of the Korea Series, Park pretty much went directly against the will of his mentor and manager, Kim Young-Duk, insisting on painkiller shots to be able to get in the series. Kim vehemently refused (even saying something along the lines of "don't fucking do this, you fucking maniac") but ultimately Park's stubbornness won out. Park pitched, not dominantly, but very well, and was key to the Bears ultimately winning the title.
However, the price was costly; Park missed the 1983 season almost entirely. What makes this even more tragic is that in the final game of the 1983 season, after much rehab, Park returned to the mound to thunderous applause from the Bears fans. Tragically, in the first inning, a comebacker drilled Park right in the back.
Taken to a hospital, Park would miss the entirety of 1984 as well. His surgery did not go well; he experienced paralysis after the first surgery, necessitating a second surgery as well as hard rehabilitation and therapy. Miraculously, he managed to return after incredible pain and rehab, appearing in 9 games in the 85 season (1-4, 2.68 ERA) and 13 games in the 86 season (5-3, 3.54 ERA). This was a comeback to behold.
Then, a second tragedy. While filming an underwear commercial (yes, I'm serious), he landed awkwardly after jumping and tore his Achilles. I'm sure many of you know what an Achilles tear can do to a player even today, with modern medicine and surgery; at the time, nevermind his career, doctors were worried if Park would ever walk normally again.
Park, displaying the stubborness and tenacity which had ironically led him to his injuries, attacked rehab with a vengeance, and eventually was successful in returning to the diamond in 1989. It was at that time that fans, seeing Park's return from not one but two career-killer injuries, bestowed the nickname of "the Phoenix"--the mythical bird that comes back to life from its own ashes.
While he was no longer a dominant pitcher, he was still serviceable and racked up 7 wins each season from 1991 to 1994. And then, in 1994, there was one final strange chapter in Park's career--the OB Bears mutiny.
To put things in perspective, in the 80s and early 90s, corporal punishment and hard-ass "senior culture" (if you came first, you're gods) were rampant in Korean athletics. Park was no stranger to this, as he had beaten up his underclassmen a few times during his college days. However, around 1994, the corporal punishment part was beginning to become an item of public interest. (As an aside, senior culture is still prevalent in Korea today, although perhaps not quite as hard-assed as the old days. I personally hate how it works in Korea, but that's neither here nor there)
The Bears' manager was Yoon Dong-Kyun, a Bears franchise star in his own right in his playing days. He had led successful seasons in 92 and 93 as a new manager, but things weren't going well in 94. Yoon was also a hard-ass who valued the senior culture (as did many others, mind you), which was beginning to lead to friction with players. Nevertheless, Yoon had basically confirmed a contract extension for his work in 92 and 93 from higher-ups in Doosan (NOT the FO, which will become important later on), and the Bears' front office was looking to offload a lot of vets.
(In case you are wondering why Doosan comes up when the team name is OB Bears, OB is the signature beer of Doosan Group. While Samsung, for example, simply placed its corporate name as the team name, Doosan used its most commercially recognized product, OB Beer. The Bears would be renamed Doosan Bears in 1999.)
One fateful day, after a loss to the last-placed Ssangbangwool Raiders, Yoon got pissed off and grew even redder when Park and Kim Hyeong-Suk, the team's vet leaders for pitchers and batters respectively, showed up at the post-game meeting buzzed. Yoon essentially said he was going to break out the stick, if you will, which led to a full-scale retort from the team captain saying that they would refuse to play if they were getting beat like mules. (There have been accounts that dispute this version of the events, saying that Yoon was simply being hard verbally and never threatened wielding a baseball bat.)
17 players acted in defiance of Yoon, and Yoon told his assistant manager to take their names, send them back to Seoul (they were on the road) and forward it to the FO, saying he couldn't play with these schmucks. The 17 players, in turn, left the lodgings and gathered at a condo a ways away, where they called a press conference saying that they had mutinied (although using nicer language) and calling for Yoon's resignation. As the signature veteran and a friend (as much as one can be in senior culture, anyway) of Yoon, Park essentially became the pariah of the mutiny, with the stipulation being that if Yoon were to resign, Park would too, bringing closure to this chapter of the OB Bears.
What eventually happened was Yoon resigning (there are rumors that the FO wanted to get rid of Yoon, who was chummy with the Doosan Group's higher-ups), and many of the players involved eventually cutting ties with Doosan. However, because Park was such an icon to the OB faithful, the team gave in to public pressure (and the wishes of new manager Kim In-Sik) and brought Park back in to the fold.
The next season, to the surprise of many, the Bears stepped up from their self-inflicted wounds and won the 1995 title. Park pitched as a reliever, as a contributor. He retired in 1996, and the club hosted a retirement ceremony in 1997 (a rarity for KBO at the time) and retired his no.21. A final note to the mutiny: After the 1996 season, Yoon and Park ran into each other at a car wash, where they had a drink and apologized to each other as they both realized they bore blame for the incident. Yoon was present for Park's retirement ceremony, so that should tell you that they managed to reconcile.
While he spent some time as a coach post-retirement, a drunk driving charge and accusations of (ironically) corporal punishment led him away from the diamond.
A tumultuous career, but one that will never be forgotten by Bears fans.
You can see pictures and a GIF of his pitching form here. The second picture in the page is from his retirement, where he kissed the mound that he had worked so hard to return to.

Lee Man-Soo (이만수), catcher, Samsung Lions

The Neighborhood Friendly Hulk!
An iconic hitter in the KBO's formative years and an icon of longevity, Lee (nicknamed "Hulk" for his power) was also a bonafide superstar for Korean baseball. Lee possesses many significant batting milestones in KBO history:
  • First base hit ever in KBO
  • First RBI ever in KBO
  • First HR ever in KBO
  • First KBO batter to reach 100 HRs, and the same for 200 HRs
  • First Triple Crown winner in KBO
A son of parents from North Korea, Lee's family settled into Daegu (the home of the Samsung Lions) when Lee was about 10. While his father wanted to raise Lee into a boxer, Lee refused to put up with the barbaric teaching methods of boxers of the time and discovered baseball. In middle school, he went up to legendary hitter Jang Hyo-Jo (KBO's leader in career batting average with 0.331), who was three years his senior, and asked him to teach him baseball. After beating up the young Lee for being so insolent, Jang promptly did so, and they went through the same middle school, high school and university, as well as Samsung.
Another anecdote is with his battery partner, Kim Si-Jin (covered in vol.2). While they're the same age, because Lee had been held back a year (by the middle school to extend his career), Kim was one year his senior in high school. Lee was glad to see Kim again and addressed him like a friend, and Kim proceeded to beat him up for insolence against a senior member (that senior culture again). Nevertheless, they remained friends and continued their partnership into the pros.
Lee became a Samsung Lion in 1982, the inaugural KBO season, and proceeded to become an icon, playing until 1998--the longest career out of any player from the inaugural KBO season. An absolute training fiend, legend has it that for 11 years, Lee slept 4 hours and trained from the early dawn, every day.
So, let's take a look at career stats and highlights:
  • 1449 games played, 4310 plate appearances, 1276 hits, 252 HRs, 861 RBIs
  • 0.296 BA, 0.519 SLG, 0.388 OBP
  • 3-time HR champ (83~85; no other hitter has won three HR titles in a row)
  • 1984 Triple Crown winner (0.340, 23 HRs, 80 RBIs)
  • 4-time RBI leader (83~85, 87)
  • 1983 KBO MVP
  • 5-time Golden Glove (catcher) winner (note: Golden Glove is KBO's award for best player at a position. It is not to be confused with the MLB's Gold Glove, which measures defense.)
  • 672 BB's : 490 K's. He wasn't just a hacker--the man knew how to hit.
When you take into account the era (KBO was notoriously pitcher-friendly in its early years), Lee was a superstar slugger that excited fans all over Korea.
Expressive and a showman, he was analogous to Babe Ruth of the fledgling KBO, both in terms of batting firepower and the excitement he brought to stadiums. His philosophy was that baseball was a service and it was the duty of teams and players to put on a show for the fans to enjoy, which led to some stories both heartwarming and semi-ridiculous.
But let's go back to his career. If you read my profile of Kim Si-Jin, you'll note that Samsung never won a Korea Series during Kim's time. Seeing as how Lee's career overlaps with Kim's, you'd assume that it was similar with Lee......and you'd be correct. While the Lions won the 1985 championship, they did so without a Korea Series because they won both "splits" of the regular season, thus rendering a Korea Series unnecessary by the rules of the time.
The man put up numbers for years, until age and niggling injuries started getting the better of him in 1993. For years afterward, he was mainly used as a backup and also platooned at first base with Yang Joon-Hyuk and Lee Seung-yeop--two of the greatest hitters KBO has ever seen and through-and-through Samsung legends.
There are disputes about whether he was a good catcher defensively, which often comes up in debates over who's the best catcher in KBO history. The debate is between Lee and Park Gyeong-Wan, who played for Hyundai and SK and was known as the textbook of catcher defense in Korea. From what I can gather from the data, my opinion is that he was underrated in terms of defense but was not better than Park in that regard. However, while Park is no slouch in hitting stats, Lee trumps Park there.
The end of his playing career was a bit sad, as Samsung management ruthlessly got rid of Lee as his numbers were getting pretty awful. Even though he was an original franchise star, he never had a retirement ceremony and I think it can be said that his relationship with Samsung is......frosty.
Lee would find a second career as a coach, first landing a job as a coach in the minor leagues and then becoming the catching coordinator for the Chicago White Sox in 2000. He was there for the White Sox' WS victory in 05, arguably the highlight of his managerial career.
There's a somewhat sad story in that period, as Samsung contacted Lee in 2003 and offered him a coaching role, with the potential to move up to manager. Lee accepted and had resigned his White Sox post, and then Samsung (for reasons unknown) pulled the offer at the last moment. Lee still doesn't know why the offer was pulled, but was able to go back to the White Sox and enjoy a World Series victory (and Samsung probably burned the bridge with Lee with these shenanigans).
There's also a pretty heartwarming story during this time that shows Lee's commitment to what is dubbed "fan service" in Korea. In the 2005 World Series, a lifetime Astros fan got to a game early with his daughter. The daughter was accidentally struck by a foul ball during BP, and the first person to tend to her on the field was Lee. He gave her a baseball (he was always generous with baseballs given to fans in his playing days) and made sure that the little girl was OK and took her around the stadium, eliciting a lot of thanks from the parents. While the story is somewhat apocryphal, it is definitely in line with his character.

His White Sox coaching days.
After 2006, the SK Wyverns brought him in as assistant manager. Rumors were that he was guaranteed the next manager job, but after Kim Sung-Keun won the 07 and 08 KS, getting rid of Kim became untenable, so there was an uneasy tension between Kim, Lee, and the SK FO.
Even in his assistant manager days, Lee emphasized the importance of fans and the entertainment aspect of baseball. Famously, he pledged to run around Munhak Stadium in his underwear if the stadium sold out for an upcoming game. The game sold out, and so......

Run guys run!
Eventually, Kim Sung-Keun and the SK FO clashed heads one too many times, Kim was fired, and Lee took over as manager in 2011. While SK was sputtering a bit after dominating the 2010 season, Lee was able to take SK (and discover a few new players along the way) to the Korea Series in both 2011 and 2012, but they were dispatched by Samsung in both years.
While Lee wasn't a horrible manager, his weakness was in managing team chemistry and man management. This was especially evident with his treatment of foreign players at SK--with the exception of Chris Seddon, virtually none of the foreign players that came in during Lee's tenure (Luke Scott, JoJo Reyes, Travis Banwart, Ross Wolf) played well and were open in their discontent for how they were used during their SK stints. Furthermore, he seemingly could not keep a narrative straight and occasionally accused players of faking injuries in the media, eroding the trust of his players.
This bore out in the 2013 season, when SK crashed to 6th. While they improved to 5th in 2014, SK management had seen enough and did not renew Lee's contract. He has since concentrated on spreading baseball in Laos and other businesses, so I don't think he'll be coming back to the dugout.
As an SK fan, I feel conflicted about Lee's tenure, although let it be said that this is a big improvement from my sentiments a few years ago, when I viewed him as a good-natured but incompetent manager that ruined the SK dynasty. While his in-game management is suspect and the way he hung players out to dry in the media was depressing, he did discover new talents (Han Dong-Min, Yoon Hee-Sang, Park Hee-Soo, Kim Sung-Hyun) and perhaps most importantly, told Choi Jeong, SK's franchise 3B, to switch his swing to be a power hitter even if it meant more K's. That worked out incredibly well, although his K's definitely did go up (and is becoming a severe problem this season).
Still, his playing accomplishments earn him the status of legend, without a shadow of a doubt.

Sorry this new volume took so long. Hope you guys enjoy!
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2020.04.25 06:38 Inuma Repost of /u/IDreamtIWokeUp and his post on Biden with A LOT of his policy positions

I take no credit for this. It's just me copying and pasting from a certain hostile sub that shall remain nameless.
Anyway, enjoy the work of idreamtiwokeup and his hard work pointing out Biden's policies from a few months back:

FOREIGN POLICY

CIVIL LIBERTIES

WAR ON DRUGS:

GUNS:

REFORMS:

ECONOMY

QUESTIONABLE ASSOCIATIONS:

HEALTH CARE AND ENTITLEMENTS:

BIGOTRY AND SEXISM:

ENVIRONMENT:

MENTAL HEALTH:

CORRUPTION:

...
Special thanks to Weston David Pagano for many of these nuggets.
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2020.03.12 02:34 IDreamtIwokeUp 100+ reasons to vote for Tulsi over Joe Biden

The Bloomberg candidacy was disastrous for progressives. Regressives like Amy/Pete/Joe/Tom attacked Michael as did the progressive media in the critical time period leading up to Super Tuesday. This allowed the regressive block to NOT fracture over infighting and to unite behind Joe Biden who was never critically attacked or analyzed.
It may now be too late...but I thought it would be fun to critically analyze Joe's positions in contrast to Tulsi's.

FOREIGN POLICY

CIVIL LIBERTIES

WAR ON DRUGS:

GUNS:

REFORMS:

ECONOMY

QUESTIONABLE ASSOCIATIONS:

HEALTH CARE AND ENTITLEMENTS:

BIGOTRY AND SEXISM:

ENVIRONMENT:

MENTAL HEALTH:

CORRUPTION:

...
Special thanks to Weston David Pagano for many of these nuggets.
If you enjoyed these Tulsi vs Biden bullet breakdown...consider checking out my other breakdowns.
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2020.02.03 17:59 ThatParanoidPenguin Over the last year, I’ve been curating a list (with a lengthy description of each track) of the most overlooked, underrated, and slept on tracks. Here’s 50 Pop Songs You Missed in 2019.

Here’s the Spotify playlist!
You may remember this from the last few years (here’s 2018’s post), and each year I spend some time taking note of songs that I feel don’t get enough attention on here. I try to curate a healthy variety of different types of pop tracks, and this year, I’ve ended up with what I consider to be the most diverse list of tracks I’ve done yet.
If you’re looking for music you haven’t heard yet, look no further - I’ve even provided a similar artist for each track, so if you just want to find music that sounds like your favorite artist, you can do just that.
Hope you enjoy the list, and hopefully I’ll have the time to do this in 2020! Thanks for reading!
Without further ado, here’s the music:
Sharon Van Etten - Seventeen
  • for fans of Angel Olsen
Sharon Van Etten’s Remind Me Tomorrow isn’t the best album in 2019 to feature a disheveled bedroom on the cover (Weyes Blood takes that crown, who knows how long it will take to pump the water out of that room), and Seventeen is the star of the album. A powerhouse indie pop track with a ton of pulsating uncertainty, Seventeen is a love letter to New York City. It’s a city that changes constantly, and it’s hard to remain the same when everything around you isn’t. It erupts into a burst of emotion, a rallying cry, a pleading to a past self, and it’s easily one of the best songs of the year.
Little SIMZ - Selfish (feat. Cleo Sol)
  • for fans of Noname
It’s been a great year for UK hip hop, with great releases from Slowthai, Dave, Loyle Carner, and more, but Little Simz may have the crown, as there’s a myriad of cuts on Grey Area that shine above the rest. Most of Little Simz’ stellar record Grey Area is hip hop, but on Selfish she dabbles in a sultry poppy R&B jam. It’s smooth, hazy, and most of all, packed with emotion as Little Simz admits her wrongdoing.
Nilüfer Yanya - In Your Head
  • for fans of Big Thief
British singer Nilüfer Yanya made a bold statement with In Your Head, the lead single to 2019’s wonderful Miss Universe. It’s a brash, bombastic ode to internal monologues and anxious cacophony. It’s a rough track with some raw delivery, and while the chorus is as rock as it gets, it’s perpetually infectious, echoing and blossoming with character.
ALMA - When I Die
  • for fans of Tove Lo
Ironically enough, I started this list before ALMA and Tove Lo collaborated on Worst Behaviour, which is also a pretty enjoyable pop track. However, earlier in 2019, ALMA released this versatile banger that wavers back and forth between a dreamy pop track and a club rager, a perfect fit for an artist who has a fair share of both.
Anna of the North - Leaning On Myself
  • for fans of Shura
Anna of the North is an artist who really should’ve been an internet darling - she excels at chill, ethereal pop music, and Leaning On Myself is one of her best, a daze of self-acceptance that doesn’t reinvent her formula but instead caters to her spacey, airy delivery. It’s a bit druggy, a bit dreamy, and has a lot of self-love.
Mahalia - Do Not Disturb
  • for fans of Kehlani
Mahalia deserves to be in the conversation with the likes of artists like Kehlani, SZA, Ella Mai, and all the R&B pop girls, because her 2019 album Love And Compromise is one of the most cohesive and consistent records of the year. On Do Not Disturb, she makes a chant out of her decision to shut herself out digitally. It’s a catchy track, as are most of the songs on the album, and she pleads over a lush and beautiful instrumental, carefully navigating off rhymes that sound perfect together.
Claud - Easy
  • for fans of Clairo
Non-binary Brooklyn-based bedroom pop singer Claud is the newest in a series of twinkly, lovely DIY pop artists, and Easy is one of the best examples of the genre. Drum machines lace a catchy melody, and their delivery is pale yet lush. It’s got a hint of Frankie Cosmos, a bit of Clairo, and a lot of heart.
Uffie - Nathaniel
  • for fans of Poppy
Yes, it’s that Uffie! Her first album in 9 years may be a bit hit or miss, but the outro, Nathaniel, is a certified banger. It’s loaded with dilating, winding synths, and her vocals echo and bounce around the track, cutting and crushing over the jangly instrumental. It’s a light, sunny track, and exactly the type of comeback I would want Uffie to make in 2019.
Hatchie - Without A Blush
  • for fans of Allie X
Hatchie sounds ripped straight out of the 80s on Without A Blush, complete with a bell-esque synth that dings and drones on. It’s a smoky synthpop track that feels born out of a world with Sky Ferreira and Allie X, and yet, Hatchie makes it her own. She’s definitely been an artist the sub has been sleeping on, and Without A Blush is just another example of her exemplary songwriting that deserves to be recognized.
Stella Donnelly - Die
  • for fans of Kero Kero Bonito
With a pinch of distortion and the twinge of the song title, Stella Donnelly grapples with duality of a happy song with depressing lyrics. Exploring a failing relationship, she pleads to her partner to simply tell the truth. It’s an upbeat, infectious anthem that serves as a great example of Stella Donnelly’s signature quirkiness.
SASAMI - I Was A Window (feat. Dustin Payseur)
  • for fans of Mitski
It’s hard to stand out in the crowded, ever changing genre of dark, DIY bedroom indie rock. Where SASAMI succeeds in the wake of others’ shortcomings is her haunting delivery over rough, distorted guitars that feel part Beach House, part Mitski, and all revealing. It’s a track about taking out self-revelations and insecurities on those you love, and the title is equally intriguing and powerful, becoming a chant in the song’s gripping echo of an outro.
Jamila Woods - Eartha
  • for fans of Solange
Jamila Woods’ Legacy! Legacy! is a stunning record, one forgotten in the throes of early 2019’s pop releases. However, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to enjoy one of the year’s best records, and what better way to start than checking out this poppy, sultry, honest-to-god jam. Pushy percussion and Jamila’s lovely vocals bring this song so much life, and lush synths give this song a cool funk that feels very her, light and summery.
Elise Hayes - Giving Up
  • for fans of Tessa Violet
Definitely one of the smaller artists on this list, Elise Hayes is an artist I stumbled upon on Spotify who has a very cute, very colorful sound - think Sigrid meets Tessa Violet, and I’m into it. There’s a sticky hook, a twang of acoustic guitar, some killer synths and sounds, and a whole lot of charisma.
Lolo Zouaï - Ride
  • for fans of Banks
Lolo Zouaï’s title track on High Highs To Low Lows may have become her biggest hit to date, but Ride is a hell of a track, a bad bitch anthem that proudly asks you to “watch [her] fuck it up.” It’s bustling with energy and intrigue as Lolo taunts and teases with a bass-heavy rhythmic chorus laced with croons and calls that would make a siren jealous.
Maude Latour - Superfruit
  • for fans of Lorde
There’s more to the Lorde comparisons than both artists’ mention of orange juice and dismissal of small talk. Instantly, you hear a bit of the New Zealand singer’s whispery delivery and youthful lyricism in Maude Latour’s Superfruit, a poppy, pensive track that bounces between joyful and abated. “And this is real life, by the poolside/Have I told you that I’m really fucking scared to die” really sums it up.
Burns - Energy (with A$AP Rocky & Sabrina Claudio)
  • for fans of Mura Masa
It’s surprising that Burns hasn’t garnered more attention with this track - A$AP Rocky and Sabrina Claudio are surprisingly fitting on here, and while Rocky is no stranger to a dance beat (his song with Mura Masa is quite great), he sounds so comfortable alongside Sabrina, who gives a mellow yet tender performance over the jazzy and warm instrumental.
SG Lewis - Flames (feat. Ruel)
  • for fans of 5 Seconds of Summer
SG Lewis and Ruel team up for a synthwave banger that would make The Weeknd blush. While Ruel’s vocals are more akin to songs on his discography, the two flood the track with sounds that could go toe to toe with Stranger Things’ signature synths. It’s an instrumental-focused track, but Ruel is more than welcome to bring the instrumental some life.
Ingrid Michaelson - Missing You
  • for fans of Betty Who
Ingrid Michaelson is making music popheads would adore if they actually heard it. Much like Carly’s seminal release of Emotion, Stranger Songs is Ingrid’s slice of 80’s bliss. Missing You is a wistful, simmering pop bop full of passion and regret. Sure, the missing/kissing rhyme has been done many times before, but never quite as good as it’s done here.
Yuna - Blank Marquee (feat. G-Eazy)
  • for fans of Mark Ronson
I think if you listen to one song on this list, maybe consider making it this one. Before you’re scared of the G-Eazy feature, just know that not only does he fit on this song, he actually enhances the narrative - his brief appearance adds another layer to the back and forth of the hook. And Yuna, she absolutely murders this song. Her whispery, sassy disposition sells the shit out of this song, and the spiteful chorus is literally perfect, a funky, punchy display of dominance and independence that makes for one of my favorite hooks of the year. It’s a total jam, and it’s beyond infectious. I can’t help but dance to this one.
Kiana Ledé - Bouncin (feat. Offset)
  • for fans of Summer Walker
In a post-Girls Need Love world, you would think a poppy rap track with an Offset feature (that wasn’t from Tinashe) would be a surefire hit, but despite this song being catchy as hell, Kiana Ledé hasn’t been that lucky. However, this song has it all - charisma, a sticky hook, and a solid rap feature that should have it blasting out of every BMW in Brooklyn, but here we are. When this girl blows up, at least you can say you heard her first.
Shygirl - Uckers
  • for fans of Azealia Banks
The main hook of this track is a looping, unfurling bloodcurdling screech that makes for one of the most interesting beats of 2019. It’s like Cupcakke meets Clipping. and it’s every bit as jarring and magical as it sounds, somehow managing to sound both sexy and disturbing.
Vagabon - Flood
  • for fans of Chromatics
Vagabon is a New York indie rock artist entirely writing and producing her music. 2019’s self-titled release was one of the most underrated albums of the year, lush with ominous instrumentation and haunting delivery. Flood is the wistful lead single, a plead to a lost soul backed by stoning guitars and menacing synths.
Michael Kiwanuka & Tom Misch - Money
  • for fans of Leon Bridges
This funky, soulful jam is a UK dream collaboration from singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka and producer Tom Misch. It’s nostalgic and retro, but doesn’t feel dated, as cinematic strings and sorrowful background synths back Kiwanuka’s pleads to understand the devilish intent of greed. If you’re into disco and disco-influenced pop, look no further.
dvsn - Miss Me?
  • for fans of Miguel
OVO’s R&B act dvsn may be the label’s best kept secret. Miss Me? is a tongue-in-cheek acknowledgement of the duo’s brief hiatus while also asking their love “do you miss me?” It’s a sweet, downtempo Toronto trap tune, and like their contemporaries PARTYNEXTDOOR and The Weeknd, there’s just something about a sad, pitch-shifted love song that hits way harder than it should.
VÉRITÉ - Youth
  • for fans of Sigrid
VÉRITÉ has gotten some attention on Popheads, but not nearly enough. It was a toss-up to feature this wobbly electronic track or the damning, vengeful anthem Think Of Me. In the end, though, I had to go with the bombastic drop of Youth. “I waste my youth on you,” she exclaims, and you are forced to believe her. Armed with a fiery instrumental that sounds like drowning as well as a revenge-addled chorus, Youth is one of the most vulnerable tracks to release in 2019.
Miquela - Money
  • for fans of Rina Sawayama
You may know Miquela as the sentient robot/fashion model/cyborg influencer that’s been making the waves on Instagram. The B-side to this double single, Sleeping In, was produced by none other than PC Music’s Danny L Harle, but this A-side, Money, is a sugary, sassy pop bop. It’s quite odd to realize this is the result of an inorganic character, but with a hook this strong, it’s hard not to dance along.
Kitten - Memphis
  • for fans of The Japanese House
You may know Kitten’s front woman, Chloe Chaidez, as the guitarist in Charli XCX’s favorite girl band, Nasty Cherry. In Kitten, Chloe channels the weirdest of modern electronic mashed with late 90s punk pop. Oh, and the instrumental in the chorus literally samples the sounds of a dying DSL modem. And the craziest part? It works. Chloe’s nonchalant sing-talk delivery fits the wild instrumentation quite well, and as a result, Memphis is one of the most interesting, experimental pop tracks of the year.
Emotional Oranges - Just Like You
  • For fans of The 1975
Emotional Oranges’ aesthetic is as simple as it looks - they like oranges and they’re emotional. More seriously, the California pop duo has exploded in the last year, releasing two exceptional records stacked with simmering, sexy songs that bounce between sultry R&B and uptempo pop. Just Like You is a downright sensual synthpop single, sounding like if Oh Wonder and The 1975 had a baby, and that baby listening to Terror Jr. growing up. A lustful slow burn, the track dances around with innuendos and references to “navels,” a clever nod to the duo’s dedication to the fruit, while also keeping that steamy feeling of missing someone’s body as much as you miss them.
Deb Never - Swimming
  • for fans of Dominic Fike
Deb Never, alongside 100 Gecs, Dominic Fike, Slowthai, and JPEGMAFIA completes the spectrum of weird indie pop/rap artists to open for Brockhampton. However, as talented and incredible as all of these musicians are, Deb Never may be the most underrated and exciting. The angsty singer-songwriter has a very eclectic and visceral style, blending raw trap elements with alternative rock guitars on Swimming, a dark and brooding single that may be her best yet.
Wafia - Hurts (feat. Louis The Child & Whethan)
  • for fans of Zara Larsson
Wafia is best known for her contribution on Louis The Child’s hit single Better Not, and on Hurts, she enlists the DJ duo along with rising producer Whethan to create a slick, futuristic bop with sliding synths and solid vocals. It’s a bit of a vibe, and for a song with so many people producing and writing and singing, things can fall apart, but Hurts never feels like it has too many cooks in the kitchen - it seems like it has just enough.
Roy Blair - I Don’t Know About Him
  • for fans of Kevin Abstract
Roy Blair was Brockhampton frontman Kevin Abstract’s background singer when he was simply a small internet solo act. Roy’s got music of his own, and 2017’s Cat Heaven is a rather slept on indie pop release with some great songs. He graced 2019 with a 3 song EP called Graffiti, where he he delves in a more experimental route, following in the footsteps of other alternative pop artists. The result is a somber, expressive collection of tracks that impress and surprise. I Don’t Know About Him is the first of the three, and perhaps the best. Rife with pitch-adjusted vocal samples, a chant of a chorus, and punchy production, this may be one of the most alluring indie pop tracks you’ll hear all year.
HOLYCHILD - Over You
  • for fans of Broods
HOLYCHILD recently announced they’re going on an indefinite hiatus, but not before dropping a damn solid sendoff of an album. The pulsating, explosive intro, Over You, is a gorgeous synthpop smash - its instrumental marches on and on, providing ample background for anthemic vocals to do their thing.
REI AMI - Snowcone
  • for fans of Doja Cat
REI AMI is my personal favorite new artist of 2019. She only has 3 singles out, but has carved a unique space for herself, with a love for beat switches that halve her tracks. The first half of Snowcone is a certified bad bitch anthem, with quippy and sassy lyrics, cutesy yet menacing delivery, and a raw beat with some clever moments in production. The second half couldn’t be any more different, as she finds herself vulnerable and alone, “a thrift store sweater with the holes.” There’s a nice duality to this one that is shocking in a first listen but seems almost necessary every time after that.
Bermuda - Under The Bridge (Only Pretty People Can Hear This Song)
  • for fans of Kim Petras
This bizarre track is the debut from Lil Miquela’s “hacker.” And just like the digital influencer, Bermuda is a computer-generated personality. It’s exactly what it sounds like, a poppy, autotuned cover of the Red Hot Chili Peppers song. On its own, it may not be an interesting piece of music. It’s not quite as abrasive or absent garde as an 100 Gecs track, nor is it as polished as Miquela’s PC music-friendly tracks, but it’s a relic of the zeitgeist. It’s a catchy, infectious clout chasing debut from an artist who doesn’t exist, one that might even be birthed from Miquela’s creators. Why would you make a debut single a pop cover of an early 90s rock track? Who knows. Maybe things aren’t that complicated. Maybe this is just a synthy, self-aware bop.
Tei Shi - Even If It Hurts (feat. Blood Orange)
  • for fans of Empress Of
Tei Shi has mostly been slept on in the pop/R&B spectrum despite releasing quite a few stunning singles across her two solid releases. Even If It Hurts is a smoky collaboration with Blood Orange in the vein of his 2018 album Negro Swan (of which they had a song together called Hope), and fit the most part, it shares a lot of qualities with the record: the dreamy, lush synths that lose you in a daze, the percussion that punches and drags like chains across pavement, and the whispery echoes of vocals that sound both in your face and distant at the same time. It’s easily one of the best songs of the year, and perhaps one of the best in Tei Shi’s career.
Deaton Chris Anthony - Racecar (feat. Clairo, Coco & Clair Clair)
  • for fans of Yaeji
For as small of an artist as Deaton Chris Anthony may be, he seems to have already caused quite the buzz online. In the last few months, he’s met up with Charli XCX, got Tony Hawk to star in a music video, and had this alt pop crew cut named one of the best tracks of the year by Gorilla vs. Bear (think Pitchfork but better). And this Clairo-featuring track is exactly that, a 3 minute rollercoaster ride that swerves and evades any sense of cliche as it dances around vaporwave, brat pop, sassy rap, and everywhere in between. It’s a lot to unpack, but luckily, you’ll be dying to hit replay to figure it all out.
Chelsea Cutler - You Are Losing Me
  • for fans of Sasha Sloan
This soft, Spotify-core vocal chop pop tune is a certified jam, a tried-and-true playful act of resistance. It’s got a really great drop, which bounces and shines in contrast to Chelsea’s hazy, hurtful delivery. It’s a testament to honesty and vulnerability, and while there’s a lot of tracks out there that sound like this, they’re often sterile, whereas You Are Losing Me almost feels unstable, ready to burst at any moment.
Chromatics - Whispers In The Hall
  • for fans of Beach House
For those unfamiliar with the synthpop group Chromatics, they’re one of the most influential modern dream pop groups out there, taking heavy inspiration from film scores and Italian disco. Their music has always skated on the line of horror and suspense, but on 2019’s Closer To Gray, they finally lean right into the spooky side of electronic music, with a downright menacing baseline, a Carpenter-esque melody, and a chaotic hell of an outro. It’s every bit as scary as the cover and title would suggest, and it’s every bit glorious as well.
FLUXX.WORLD - Sit W Me
  • for fans of 100 gecs
Probably the smallest group in this list, FLUXX.WORLD only has a handful of tracks to their name, but released one of my favorite tracks of the year with Sit W Me. It’s a winding, dizzying hyperpop song with a repetitive drawl, an immaculate chorus, and production that would make Charli XCX blush. It’s a fever dream, the closest thing 2019 has gotten to drone pop, and I love it. Definitely check this one out.
Poliça - Trash In Bed
  • for fans of Robyn
Minneapolis synthpop band Poliça has gone under the radar even in indie circles despite releasing some pretty great albums over the last decade, and if Trash In Bed is any indication, they’re going to continue that streak. This dark, brooding pop track oozes mystique, an omen to a past lover. It’s bleak, but enjoyable.
LIZ - Laguna Nights
  • for fans of Slayyyter
LIZ has gotten some traction here, but not quite as much as the other PC Music affiliates. Laguna Nights may be the most pure pop track on the record, but it’s a great one. Britney vibes are abound, and so are references to mood rings as well as the TV show of which the song shares a similar name. Endlessly catchy, poppy, and glittery. What more could you ask for?
Kilo Kish - Bite Me
  • for fans of Grimes
Vicious. That’s the one word I would use to describe Kilo Kish and her brand of industrial pop. Bite Me is every bit as visceral as it sounds, complete with pouncing drums, primal screams, and other various background sounds that make this such a scary, intriguing track. It all accumulated into a rush of an outro, as it feels like the entire song is packed into a 15 second snippet that erupts with increasing intensity.
Perfume Genius - Pop Song
  • for fans of Caroline Polachek
If you don’t listen to Perfume Genius, you’re going to fix that today. One of the best indie pop musicians currently in the game, Perfume Genius is always finding new ways to express himself through lovely and lush compositions. The smugly named Pop Song May be one of his best, a foray into an atmospheric garden of ambient noises and gentle vocals. Don’t let that fool you, though, as this song is grim, violent, and mellow underneath the otherwise gorgeous sheen of instruments that grace this song’s exterior. It’s a five minute song with one single hook repeated twice but it never outstays its welcome, and by the time you’re finished, you would like to play it again.
Låpsley - My Love Was Like The Rain
  • for fans of James Blake
Låpsley is one of the most underrated English songwriters out there. She wrote and produced every track on her bedroom pop debut album Long Way Home, which was brimming with deep, ocean-like downtempo pop tracks. She returns after a hiatus to bring us even more warm synths and haunting vocals on My Love Was Like The Rain. It’s a bit Billie Eilish meets Jamie xx with Adele at the helm, but it’s all full of feeling.
Banoffee - Tennis Fan (feat. Empress Of)
  • for fans of King Princess
Banoffee is still an unknown for many fans of Charli XCX or SOPHIE, but the LA songwriter will be making waves in 2020 with her eclectic delivery and lighthearted lyrical metaphors. Tennis Fan is downright infectious, coupling dancey production with bouncy vocals reminiscent of something from MØ. Top it off with a fire Empress Of feature, and you have a recipe for pop perfection.
EDEN - Projector
  • for fans of Jon Bellion
EDEN makes sad, electronic heavy pop music that’s very similar in vein to someone like James Blake, but his demeanor is far more deadpan, and his production is rather hazy and shoegazey. Projector is full of sorrowful beeps and bloops, downright depressing delivery, and an ominous fog that surrounds the entire track.
Flo Milli - In The Party
  • for fans of Doja Cat
Flo Milli may be the rapper to watch in 2020. Charisma and personality is a huge part of success in hip hop, and the Alabama rapper has it in spades. With a rapid fire, sassy flow like Rico Nasty and raw, hard beats, she has carved out a hell of a lane for herself, and already secured a Tok Tok hit with her debut single Beef FloMix. In The Party is a poppier, more audacious single, with Flo Milli serving various bad bitch aphorisms over a blunt, bodacious beat. It’s a cheerleader anthem for homewreckers and it’s as much of a banger as it sounds like it is.
Eluera - Good When We Fight
  • for fans of Tove Styrke
Eluera is an Australian lo-fi pop artist with a whispery, downtempo songwriting style that’s downright alluring. Paired with a punchy instrumental on her new single, Good When We Fight, she’s making moves. It’s got a damn nice chorus, a hint of vulnerability, and a lot of character. Definitely a must-listen for fans of the light, post-Lorde pop singers.
Torres - Good Scare
  • for fans of Marina
Torres is that one artist who has come so close to releasing that one album to put her on the map. After three great albums (all of which have managed to score an exact 8.0 on Pitchfork), Torres may finally have found her record. Good Scare, the lead single, is an indie pop bombshell, the type of slow burn that is electrifying, revealing, and unyielding. Hopefully the rest of the album can follow.
Teyana Taylor - We Got Love
  • for fans of Tinashe
Teyana Taylor is an artist with quite the crazy career - a debut that should’ve been massive but was anything but, an album infinitely delayed and finally retooled by Kanye West as part of his Wyoming sessions, a smattering of singles reworked and released over the course of 2019, and being so coveted as an opener on Jeremih’s tour she literally kicked out the main act from his own tour. So for all intents and purposes, We Got Love feels like a victory lap. It was meant to be on her last album, K.T.S.E., then intended for Kanye West’s own scrapped record Yandhi, but was shelved and shelved again, and here it is. And it’s great. A soulful Kanye production, We Got Love is a holy, beautiful rap with an endearing hook and ton of positivity and love. It sounds like a classic, nostalgic track hook release, and it’s easily up there with Teyana’s best tracks, with short quips that have West’s lyrical stamp, an organ that feels oh so churchlike, and a background choir sample that elevates this track to another level. Definitely one of my favorite songs of the year.
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2020.01.10 17:51 fullbloodedwhitemale Michelle Malkin: Stop Exporting US Troops To/ Stop Importing People From/ Countries That Hate Our Guts

Michelle Malkin: Stop Exporting US Troops To/ Stop Importing People From/ Countries That Hate Our Guts

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My plan to "Keep America Great" is very simple:
When I voted for Donald Trump in 2016, I thought this was the plan. The "America First" champion rightly assailed Barack Obama for recklessly endangering the lives of our soldiers to pursue politically driven endless wars. President Trump promised to build an effective wall on the southern border. He enacted tough travel restrictions, upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, on visitors from countries whose terror-coddling governments pose national security threats.
Yet, here we are at the dawn of 2020 with thousands of U.S. troops headed back to the Stone Age Middle East maw, Mexican drug cartels on the loose while our Border Patrol hands out diapers to illegal immigrants and refugees from around the world—including nearly 1,400 welcomed just last year from the very high-risk countries the Trump travel banwas supposed to block—transforming the nation without the consent of the governed. The leaky block list includes Syria, Iraq and Iran, which launched multiple missiles at U.S. airbases late Tuesday in retaliation for our deadly airstrike last week that killed Quds General Qassem Soleimani.
Now, we are on heightened alert here in our homeland with authorities nervous that Hezbollah sleeper cells (which I've documented since writing "Invasion" in 2002) might strike from within.
Some of you still wonder why I write so frequently and vehemently about our failed immigration and entrance policies. It's because nothing matters more right now to the survival of our country than the right to determine who gets in and the ability to enforce it.
As I reported last year, thanks to an executive order signed by Trump in September, local communities were given the explicit opt-in rights to stem the lucrative tide of refugees coming largely from Third World countries and jihadist breeding grounds. This Wednesday, religious "charities" that profit the most from this multi-billion-dollar racket will be in court to assert blanket, open-borders veto power over the people.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland will hear arguments from vested refugee resettlement interests who oppose Trump's order requiring government contractors to obtain written consent from all localities and states in which they plan to resettle refugees. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Church World Service and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service—three of the nine State Department partners who resettle all refugees—argue that the federal government should prioritize family reunification of foreign refugees over local control. Translation: Americans come last.
The lawsuit assails the White House executive order for threatening "to systematically dismantle the organizations—including Plaintiffs—that have spent decades developing networks, expertise, and resources to carry out the American ideal of welcoming refugees." Those "resources" come from you and me: Tax subsidies that constitute the vast majority of these nonprofit activists' budgets. Over the past decade, according to an analysis by immigration researcher James Simpson, the three plaintiff groups have raked in the following amounts from the federal refugee resettlement program:
The refugee resettlement contractors, in turn, spread their massive wealth—from both public and private sources—to a galaxy of subcontractors looking to register Democratic voters, fill their pews and recruit new clients and constituents. The "Interfaith Immigration Coalition" holding a protest event after the hearing on Wednesday to support the refugee pipeline includes: Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach; Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd; U.S. Provinces; Daughters of Charity; Disciples Refugee & Immigration Ministries; Franciscan Action Network; Interfaith Immigration Coalition; Jewish Council for Public Affairs; Leadership Conference of Women Religious; National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd; National Council of Jewish Women; Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; Rise for Refuge; Sisters of Mercy of the Americas - Institute Leadership Team; T'ruah; The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights; The United Church of Christ; and We Are All America.
Thanks to pressure from these groups with bottomless budgets and clout, 18 Republican—yes, Republican—governors are also standing against Trump and self-determination in favor of increased refugee settlement, including: Doug Ducey of Arizona, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Eric Holcomb of Indiana, Kim Reynolds of Iowa, Brad Little of Idaho, Mike Parsons of Missouri, Larry Hogan of Maryland, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, Mike DeWine of Ohio, Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma, Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, Chris Sununu of New Hampshire, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Bill Lee of Tennessee, Gary Herbert of Utah, Jim Justice of West Virginia and Phil Scott of Vermont.
The names must be named and the sellouts must be shamed, especially as war breaks out on all fronts. What's the point of sending young American troops to fight enemies "over there" if we are welcoming them by the tens and hundreds of thousands over here?
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2020.01.08 15:12 fullbloodedwhitemale Michelle Malkin: Stop Exporting US Troops To/ Stop Importing People From/ Countries That Hate Our Guts

Michelle Malkin: Stop Exporting US Troops To/ Stop Importing People From/ Countries That Hate Our Guts

📷
My plan to "Keep America Great" is very simple:
When I voted for Donald Trump in 2016, I thought this was the plan. The "America First" champion rightly assailed Barack Obama for recklessly endangering the lives of our soldiers to pursue politically driven endless wars. President Trump promised to build an effective wall on the southern border. He enacted tough travel restrictions, upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, on visitors from countries whose terror-coddling governments pose national security threats.
Yet, here we are at the dawn of 2020 with thousands of U.S. troops headed back to the Stone Age Middle East maw, Mexican drug cartels on the loose while our Border Patrol hands out diapers to illegal immigrants and refugees from around the world—including nearly 1,400 welcomed just last year from the very high-risk countries the Trump travel banwas supposed to block—transforming the nation without the consent of the governed. The leaky block list includes Syria, Iraq and Iran, which launched multiple missiles at U.S. airbases late Tuesday in retaliation for our deadly airstrike last week that killed Quds General Qassem Soleimani.
Now, we are on heightened alert here in our homeland with authorities nervous that Hezbollah sleeper cells (which I've documented since writing "Invasion" in 2002) might strike from within.
Some of you still wonder why I write so frequently and vehemently about our failed immigration and entrance policies. It's because nothing matters more right now to the survival of our country than the right to determine who gets in and the ability to enforce it.
As I reported last year, thanks to an executive order signed by Trump in September, local communities were given the explicit opt-in rights to stem the lucrative tide of refugees coming largely from Third World countries and jihadist breeding grounds. This Wednesday, religious "charities" that profit the most from this multi-billion-dollar racket will be in court to assert blanket, open-borders veto power over the people.
The U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland will hear arguments from vested refugee resettlement interests who oppose Trump's order requiring government contractors to obtain written consent from all localities and states in which they plan to resettle refugees. The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, Church World Service and Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service—three of the nine State Department partners who resettle all refugees—argue that the federal government should prioritize family reunification of foreign refugees over local control. Translation: Americans come last.
The lawsuit assails the White House executive order for threatening "to systematically dismantle the organizations—including Plaintiffs—that have spent decades developing networks, expertise, and resources to carry out the American ideal of welcoming refugees." Those "resources" come from you and me: Tax subsidies that constitute the vast majority of these nonprofit activists' budgets. Over the past decade, according to an analysis by immigration researcher James Simpson, the three plaintiff groups have raked in the following amounts from the federal refugee resettlement program:
The refugee resettlement contractors, in turn, spread their massive wealth—from both public and private sources—to a galaxy of subcontractors looking to register Democratic voters, fill their pews and recruit new clients and constituents. The "Interfaith Immigration Coalition" holding a protest event after the hearing on Wednesday to support the refugee pipeline includes: Columban Center for Advocacy and Outreach; Congregation of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd; U.S. Provinces; Daughters of Charity; Disciples Refugee & Immigration Ministries; Franciscan Action Network; Interfaith Immigration Coalition; Jewish Council for Public Affairs; Leadership Conference of Women Religious; National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd; National Council of Jewish Women; Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism; Rise for Refuge; Sisters of Mercy of the Americas - Institute Leadership Team; T'ruah; The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights; The United Church of Christ; and We Are All America.
Thanks to pressure from these groups with bottomless budgets and clout, 18 Republican—yes, Republican—governors are also standing against Trump and self-determination in favor of increased refugee settlement, including: Doug Ducey of Arizona, Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas, Eric Holcomb of Indiana, Kim Reynolds of Iowa, Brad Little of Idaho, Mike Parsons of Missouri, Larry Hogan of Maryland, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, Mike DeWine of Ohio, Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma, Pete Ricketts of Nebraska, Chris Sununu of New Hampshire, Doug Burgum of North Dakota, Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Bill Lee of Tennessee, Gary Herbert of Utah, Jim Justice of West Virginia and Phil Scott of Vermont.
The names must be named and the sellouts must be shamed, especially as war breaks out on all fronts. What's the point of sending young American troops to fight enemies "over there" if we are welcoming them by the tens and hundreds of thousands over here?
from
https://vdare.com/articles/michelle-malkin-stop-exporting-us-troops-to-stop-importing-people-from-countries-that-hate-our-guts
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2019.10.25 20:59 next3days Your Weekend Event Rundown: Over 110 Big Events at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg and throughout the New River Valley

The is one of the biggest weekends of the year with Halloween just around the corner and one of the last weekends where there are still events outside. If you're looking for something to do, this is definitely the weekend to get out and explore with over 110 offered throughout the New River Valley.
I strongly encourage you to visit NextThreeDays Featured Events section because I'm only previewing the biggest events and ones I think are most applicable to VT students so a lot are getting left out. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEvents.cfm
20 Virginia Tech & Blacksburg Events: 1. 2019 Fall Puppy Palooza Graduate Life Center Lawn, Virginia Tech Friday, October 25, 2019, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Puppy & Dog Playtime: $2.00 for 20 minutes The Pre-Veterinary Medical Association of Virginia Tech presents the Annual Fall Puppy Palooza. Enjoy some dog loving to support the Pre-Vet Club and two local animal charities. We will have dogs available for playtime and photos along with baked goods for sale. All other donations are welcome. Both cash and Venmo will be accepted. Proceeds will benefit the Montgomery County Animal Care and Adoption Center that provides care and adoptable companion animals and the Southwest Virginia Wildlife Center of Roanoke. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527692
2. Pumpkin Carving Party Beliveau Farm Winery (formerly Beliveau Estate Winery), Blacksburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 5:00 - 8:00 PM Admission: $10.00 The $10.00 entry gets you a pumpkin of your choice and all sorts of spooky decorations to make your jack-o-lantern really light up! There will be live music starting at 6:30 PM to help get you in the spirit of the holiday. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=526644
2. State of the Alt: Artist on the Rise with Honest Man, Brandt Orange, Love You Later & David Kim Haymarket Theater, Virginia Tech Friday, October 25, 2019, 5:30 - 9:30 PM Admission: Free The Virginia Tech Union presents "State of the Alt: Artists on the Rise" featuring rising bands Honest Man, Brandt Orange, Love You Later and David Kim. Enjoy a showcase concert of rising artists that are making a name for themselves around the country in the indie and alternative genre. Mixing 80’s tinged synth-pop with guitar forward indie rock, Honest Men is based in Austin, Texas. "Love You Later is the brainchild of 20 year old and inhabitant of both LA and Nashville, Lexi Aviles. Love You Later is a dance party at a discotheque, cherry red lipstick on a Friday night, bubblegum and bell bottoms." --Melted Magazine. Brandt Orange, age 21, is an emerging singer-songwriter based in Los Angeles, California. His slow, rhythmic music infused with hints of R&B has captured everyone's attention as fans find themselves lost in the sound and the source of it. All are welcome. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527411
3. Blacksburg Brew Do Pre-Party Sharkey's, Blacksburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 6:00 PM - TBD Admission: Free Get ready for Blacksburg Brew Do with a special pre-party event on the Friday night before the festival! Brew Do’s host brewery Three Notch’d will takeover Sharkey’s taps. Come out for a great time and delicious brews. This fun event is free and open to the public. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527693
4. Mountainfilm on Tour 2019: Blacksburg Premier Lyric Theatre, Blacksburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 9:30 PM Admission: $15.00 Cabo Fish Taco presents "Mountainfilm on Tour 2019", Blacksburg Premier. Mountainfilm on Tour is coming to Blacksburg bringing a selection of culturally rich, adventure-packed and inspiring documentary films curated from the Mountainfilm festival held every Memorial Day weekend in Telluride, Colorado. The show will explore themes connected to Mountainfilm’s mission: to use the power of film, art and ideas to inspire audiences to create a better world. Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Blacksburg Mountain Biking Skills Park. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527699
5. Hokies Wrestling Intrasquad Wrestle-Off Cassell Coliseum, Virginia Tech Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Hokies Wrestling presents their 2019/2020 Intrasquad Wrestle-Off. This is Hokie Wrestling fans first chance to see the No. 18 Hokies in action before the regular season gets underway next weekend. Hokies will have an intrasquad wrestle-off to help determine the starters at the various weight classes to start the season. The meet will also feature a special freestyle match featuring National and World Champion Mekhi Lewis who is taking an Olympic redshirt in hopes of making the United States 2020 National Team vs. 2018 ACC Freshmen of the Year Hunter Bolen. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527713
6. Men's Soccer: UVA vs. Virginia Tech (Senior Night) Thompson Field, Blacksburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: Free Watch the Virginia Tech Men's Soccer team compete against ACC conference and in-state rival University of Virginia in their regular season home match. It's Senior Night to celebrate all the team's senior players and their families before the match. Early arriving fans will receive free goalie gloves. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=525115
7. The Kingdom Choir in Concert Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:30 - 9:30 PM Adult Tickets (based on seat location): $20.00-$45.00, Students with ID and Youth 18 and Under: $10.00 The London ensemble is bringing their infectious joy and inspiration across the Atlantic for a major North American tour. An audience of over two billion watched The Kingdom Choir’s show-stopping performance of Stand By Me at the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The choir’s rendition of Stand By Me went straight to the top of the Billboard charts, and their first full-length album of the same name is now available worldwide. They have appeared on several U.K. and American television shows, including ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning. Founded in 1994 by award-winning conductor Karen Gibson, the London, England choir draws from various Christian traditions and is dedicated to creating a sound that reflects the community they share through their warm energy and enthusiastic performances. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=517696
9. 2019 Biannual Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine Fall Community Dog Wash VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Dog Wash: $10.00, Nail Trim or Ear Cleaning: $5.00 Presented by Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students enrolled in the college, the dog wash is always a popular community event. Animals will be washed on a first-come, first-served basis, and no appointments are necessary. Dogs will be washed while owners wait. Dogs must be on a leash and be at least five months old with current vaccinations. Please provide proof of rabies vaccination upon arrival at the dog wash. Proceeds from the event will go to the Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association, a professional organization for doctor of veterinary medicine students and the doctor of veterinary medicine classes of 2022 and 2023. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527721
10. Blacksburg Brew Do 2019 Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM Regular Tasting Tickets: Advance: $30.00, Day Of: $35.00, Premium Tasting Tickets: Advance: $55.00, Day Of: $60.00 Non-Tasting Tickets: $10.00 Children 12 & Under: Free The Blacksburg Partnership presents the 11th Annual Blacksburg Brew Do. This year Brew Do will welcome back the best in craft brewers from the Mid-Atlantic region and beyond, offering another outstanding selection of ales, lagers, stouts, pilsners, ciders, and specialty beers. There will also be delicious food, cooking and brewing demonstrations and live entertainment! Well behaved pets are allowed on a leash. And, feel free to bring your chair to enjoy the music and brews. Volunteers are also needed.And, make sure to grab a NextThreeDays pen as you enter. We'll be handing them out until we run out. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=501441
11. Quidditch Tournament: Blacksburg Brawl 2019 Nellie's Cave Park, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 12:30 - 5:30 PM Admission: Free The Quidditch Club at Virginia Tech presents the Blacksburg Brawl 2019, their annual fall collegiate quidditch tournament competing against several other regional college teams from Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Watch the game featured in Harry Potter come to real life. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527716
12. Monty Phython's Flying Circus' "And Now for Something Completely Different" Lyric Theatre, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 3:00 - 4:30 PM Admission: $1.00 In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the "Virginia is For Lovers" tagline, the Lyric is bringing back a classic from 1969 complete with 1969 prices. Dress up as your favorite Monty Python character or in your favorite funky attire from 1969 and join the costume contest. There will be prizes! Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527722
13. Official Brew Do After Party Rivermill, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 5:00 PM - TBD Admission: Free Enjoy food and drink specials with reps from the Brew Do breweries! 3 Notch'd Brewing will be featured on tap. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527694
14. A Smithfield Hallowe'en: Sips and Spirits for Ages 18 & Up Historic Smithfield, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 6:00 - 10:00 PM Sips and Spirits: $20.00 per person, Lantern-Lit Tours: Additional $10.00 per person Embark on a moonlit walk on the historic grounds of Smithfield and become enthralled by a dramatic re-telling of Washington Irving’s classic, "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow", performed by professional actors. Walk the Smithfield’s grounds to see open-hearth cooking, blacksmithing and more, all while enjoying wine, cider, and doughnuts available for purchase from our featured vendors, Blue Ridge Cider Doughnuts and Whitebarrel Winery. Add on a lantern-lit cemetery tour for extra fun for $10.00 a person available at 7:00 pm, 8:00 pm or 9:00 pm. Exclusively available to Sip and Spirits attendees. Lantern-Lit Tours attendees will travel to the Preston Family Cemetery and watch as it comes alive with spirits of past Prestons who will share their stories and tales with all who visit this 1.5 mile round trip walk. Advance ticket purchase recommended. All activities for ages 18 and above. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=524375
15. 2019 Hallow-Swing Dance Graduate Life Center (VT), Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 6:00 - 10:00 PM Admission: Free Solely Swing presents their annual Hallow-Swing Dance with costumes encouraged! There will be dancing, great music, friendly faces and a costume contest where you can earn cool prizes. No partner or experience required. Beginners should arrive at 6:00 pm for a basic swing dance lesson and the dancing starts at 7:00 pm. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527712
16. 2019 Hillcrest Haunted House HIllcrest Hall, Virginia Tech Saturday, October 26, 2019, 8:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: Two Canned Goods or One Dried Good The Hillcrest Hall Council presents the 7th Annual Hillcrest Haunted House. Hillcrest Hall will be transformed into a soul-wrenching building with scenes straight out of your worst nightmares. They will make the darkest and creepiest dungeons of campus look tame to the horrors that haunt the old building to benefit charity. Additionally, Corps of Cadets Canine Ambassador Growley II will be at the welcome desk from 8:00-9:00 pm. All are welcome. All donations will be given to the 209 Manna Ministries Food Pantry which helps Virginia Tech students in need of food. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527409
17. La Sopa and Why Bother in Concert The Milk Parlor, Blacksburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9:00 PM - 12:30 AM Admission: $3.00 La Sopa is a Latin-based band performing with guitar, vocals, saxophone, bass and percussion. Their music incorporates funk, R&B and jazz from various cultures, flavors and people. Why Bother is a five-piece band based in Virginia. Note: Must be 21 or older to enter after 11:00 pm. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527710
18. Flight School Open House and Aircraft Display Virginia Tech Montgomery Executive Airport, Blacksburg Sunday, October 27, 2019, 1:00 - 3:00 PM Admission: Free Star Flight Training presents a Flight School Open House and Aircraft Display. Aircraft from their training fleet, including the Diamond DA20, Diamond DA40, and Diamond DA42 TwinStar, will be on display. Flight instructors and staff will be on hand to let you in and around the aircraft, answer questions about becoming a pilot, career opportunities, and anything else aviation-related you’d like to know. This event is open to the public and family and kid-friendly. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527053
19. Virginia Tech Choir Festival Moss Arts Center at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg Sunday, October 27, 2019, 2:00 - 3:30 PM Admission: $5.00 The Virginia Tech Chamber Singers, Women's Chorus, and Tech Men share the stage with the Virginia Tech Honor Choir (100 high school singers from Virginia and the surrounding states) to showcase the dynamic choral singing happening at Virginia Tech. The concert will be conducted by Hyesoo Yoo, Larry Wyatt and Jeb Sturgill. Only a limited number of tickets remain. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527723
20. Diwali 2019 Cultural Show and Fireworks Celebration Haymarket Theater, Virginia Tech Sunday, October 27, 2019, 5:00 - 8:00 PM Admission: Free The Indian Students Association (ISA) at Virginia Tech presents the Diwali 2019 Cultural Show and Fireworks Celebration. Enjoy the performances of dance, drama and music from the talented student body, an amazing display of fireworks, and savor the flavors of Indian cuisine, all in one night! Diwali, also called the festival of lights, is one of the most important and widely celebrated festivals in India, signifying the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. In addition to the Cultural Show, there is also a special Diwali Dinner planned starting at 8:00 pm. Reservations are required. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527698
16 New River Valley Events: 1. Backwoods of Terror Claytor Lake State Park, Dublin Friday, October 25, 2019 and Saturday, October 26, 2019, 6:00 - 9:45 PM $5.00 per person, State Park Admission: $7.00 parking fee per vehicle You will have only two nights to experience one of the areas most unique and affordable haunted attractions. Take a stroll through the backwoods of terror trail and then see if you'll make it through the haunted house alive. Note: A glow stick is included with admission if desired. Proceeds from the event will go to the Claytor Lake State Park Ambassadors, the park's nonprofit 501(c)(3) volunteer support and project friends group. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=522721
2. Giles Film Screenig Night III with Premier of "Summer Slasher" Giles County High School, Pearisburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 6:30 - 9:30 PM Admission: Free The Giles County Film Office presents Giles Film Screenig Night III. Celebrate local projects and people through film! The night will feature a fun red carpet entrance complete with paparazzi beginning at 6:30 pm. The program starts at 7:00 pm and will include an updates on the Community Film Project and how all guests can be involved in capturing Giles County as the place to stay, play, love and enjoy. The premier of Summer Slasher, will be the feature of the evening. This horror project was written, directed, and produced by local residents. There will be a fun photo booth provided by Cooke Photography to take home your own keepsake photo as well as popcorn and movie snacks for purchase. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527697
3. The NRV Radio Show - October & Halloween Edition Draper Mercantile and Trading Company, Draper Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 9:00 PM Admission: $15.00 New River Valley Regional Theatre presents The NRV Radio Show's October and Halloween Edition. Recorded live, this evening of fun features regular characters, a guest host, a guest bluegrass and/or Appalachian band, audience participation, laughs, prizes and more! This month's band is Gate 10 and the guest host is David Horton. Make sure to dress in your Halloween Costume to win a prize for our Halloween Edition. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=526652
4. Haunted House: Slayhouse St. Albans, Radford Friday, October 18, 2019 and Saturday, October 19, 2019, 7:00 PM - 12:00 AM General Admission: $15.00, Line Jump Tickets: $25.00 Visit one of Virginia's best haunted houses this Halloween season! Saint Albans Sanatorium is a historical facility that began life in 1892 as a Lutheran boys' school. The school closed in 1911 and reopened in 1916 as an institution to treat the mentally ill. After the closing of medical facility in the 1990s, the facility has been open to paranormal investigators and the general public. Numerous television shows and paranormal celebrities have visited the confines of St. Albans and it is claimed to be one of the most active paranormal locations on the East Coast. Both line jump and general admission tickets are available. A No Scare option is available on site by letting the staff know before you enter the haunted house. For the No Scares, one of our staff will escort you through the attraction with a flashlight and our Slayhouse residents aren’t allowed to scare you. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=524491
5. Haunted Experience: 2019 Hexed Haunted Attraction Gallows Haunted Farm, Elliston Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 10:30 PM Admission: Standard Admission: $20.00, VIP Admission Line Jump: $30.00, Ultimate Gallows Experience: $50.00 Parking: $5.00 (cash only) Experience the twisted sights and living nightmares of Southwest Virginia’s most exciting haunted attraction. Scream through four bone chilling attractions, all for one price. You can expect heavy fog, light touches, loud screams, flashing lights, scenes of pure horror, and more. VIP admission allows you to skip the line. The Ultimate Gallows Experience is intense and interactive is only for ages 18 above. It allows you to skip the line, includes extra terror (patrons will be touched) and includes a t-shirt. For the Ultimate Gallows Experience, patrons must present a valid ID and sign a waiver. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=524827
6. The Jared Stout Band in Concert Sinkland Farms Brewery, Christiansburg Friday, October 25, 2019, 7:00 - 10:00 PM Admission: $5.00 Jared Stout is a musician based in Blacksburg, VA playing all the music under the sun and may be best known for his viral video "Home" filmed in downtown Blacksburg. Enjoy him and his band performing a firm variety of country, pop, rock, R&B, folk and many others. All ages are welcome. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=525542
7. JP Harris in Concert Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd Friday, October 25, 2019, 8:00 - 11:30 PM Advance Tickets: $12.00, At the Door: $15.00 JP Harris returns to Floyd for one night! You thought country music ain't what it used to be. Think again. J.P. Harris and The Tough Choices have been resurrecting the ghosts of a time when real, hardcore Honky Tonk ruled the airwaves; before the words "pop" or "new" ever met the word "country." Leaving home at the young age of 14, J.P. Harris has lived the songs he writes for well over a decade, getting his start around fires in sheep-herding camps in the southwest and hobo jungles across the country. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=525615
8. 2019 Huckleberry Hustle 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run, Getting Scary on the Huckleberry Christiansburg Recreation Center, Christiansburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 7:30 - 11:00 AM 5K: $30.00, One Mile Fun Run: Free Christiansburg Department of Parks and Recreation presents the 2019 Huckleberry Hustle 5K and One Mile Fun Run titled "Getting Scary on the Huckleberry". The event includes the Huckleberry Hustle 5K Race, Kids One Mile Fun Run for ages 8 and under and Costume Contest with awards for Most Creative Adult Costume and Most Creative 17 & Under Costume. After the race, the awards ceremony will follow as soon as possible and participants can enjoy free breakfast prepared by Parks and Recreation staff including pumpkin pancakes, apple cider, water, bananas, apples. Additionally, the annual Christiansburg Truck or Treat event in the Rec Center parking lot will occur from 8:00-11:00 am. Strollers are welcome however participants with strollers will need to start at the back. No animals will be allowed on the course during the races. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=526926
9. New River Community College Comic Con 2019 New River Community College (Dublin), Dublin Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Admission: Free New River Community College's sixth annual Comic Con, sponsored by the library, will include guest artists, authors, full schedule of panel discussions, and comic book, toy and collectible dealers from throughout the New River Valley and beyond. Cosplayers and children wearing their Halloween costumes are welcome at the all-ages event. There will be a costume parade, allowing anyone who wants to show off their costume the chance to walk across the stage. Guests include: Guy A. Sims, author, poet & writer for Brotherman Comics, John Rose, writer & artist of comic strip "Snuffy Smith", Mike Allen, publisher of "Mythic Delerium", Chris Barcomb, author of "The Amazing Adventure of Superior Sam", Jimmy "The Boogie Woogie Man" Valiant, former WWE wrestler & Hall of Famer and many more. Food will be available to purchase from the Snack Time food truck. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527051
10. 2019 Semi-Annual Repair Cafe Habitat for Humanity ReStore, Christiansburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Admission: Free The NRV Timebank and The NRV Habitat for Humanity present the Semi-Annual Repair Cafe. Join them for another repair event as well as an opportunity to check out the NRV Toolbank, a new way to borrow tools. A Repair Cafe is a free event that promotes repair as an alternative to throwing things out. Services available will include furniture & small appliance repair, knife & tool sharpening, house plant advice, clothing repair and alterations, and computer repair. There will also be an "Inflation Station," dedicated to inflating bike tires and sporting equipment. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=526921
11. 2019 Sinkland Farms Pumpkin Festival Sinkland Farms, Christiansburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM and Sunday, October 27, 2019, 12:00-5:00 PM Adult: $10.00, Seniors & Military: $8.00, Children Ages 2 & Under: Free It's the last weekend before Halloween and Sinkland Farms continues the 28th Annual Pumpkin Festival which is known as a family tradition and offers many family-friendly attractions for the young and young at heart including hayrides to the pumpkin fields, a brain-twisting corn maze, farmyard animals and live music on two stages every weekend. Extras include horseback trail rides ($12.00 a person), pony activities and beer & wine tastings. Pumpkins, gourds, squash, fall décor and some of Virginia's Finest products are for sale in the cottage shoppe. For snacks and food, there is kettle korn, ice cream, great home cooked food and a coffee bar with hot chocolate and apple cider. New for 2019 is a Kidz Zip Line and Giants Slides which are $5.00 to ride all day. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=524477
12. 2019 Halloween Hoedown with Costume Contest and DJ and Dirt Road Breakdown Sinkland Farms Brewery, Christiansburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 6:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: Free Dress in your best ghoulish or glamorous costume and kick up your heels at Sinkland Farms Brewery for their annual Halloween Hoedown featuring blues-tinged rock & roll from Dirt Road Breakdown with DJ dance music to follow into the night. Costume Competition Prizes: include a $100 for first prize and gift cards for second and third. Winners will be announced at 9:00 pm and must be present to win. There is no entry fee and you must be ages 21 or older. Proceeds benefit Sinkland Farms AG CEED, a non-profit project. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=525544
13. Halloweekend Costume Party Sub Rosa Studios, Christiansburg Saturday, October 26, 2019, 6:00 - 11:00 PM Admission: Free Enjoy costume contests for both children and adults, tons of candy, snacks and food to fill you up. There will also be scary movies, music, games and the camaraderie of others who love Halloween. Costume categories include scariest, funniest and most creative for both age groups and best overall for adults. Prizes for the costume contest include tattoo and piercing gift cards to age appropriate winners, toys, grab bags and more! All are welcome. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527711
14. Morgan Wade & the Stepbrothers in Concert with Special Guests Chris Ross & the North Dogtown Roadhouse, Floyd Saturday, October 26, 2019, 8:00 - 11:30 PM Admission: $10.00 Morgan Wade is a singer-songwriter based out of Floyd, Virginia who has played up and down the East Coast and has become a favorite to see at her hometown national festival FloydFest. She exploded onto the Southwest Virginia music scene playing a blend of country, folk and high-energy Americana and jamming with a rotating group of musicians. She was immediately noticed for her tremendous song writing and powerful voice. Although Morgan still plays to her Americana roots, the music is driven by sensitive and penetrating lyrics and a tight, electrifying rock band. Chris Ross spent the better part of a decade tucked away on the coast of Maine developing his voice as a writer. Inside the arsenal of tracks he’s penned, one finds dangerous, hard-hitting reflections; stories of love, life and longing, appealing because they’re so real. Tinted with an appetite for self-destruction, his writing style is smooth and eloquent while remaining sincere to genuine grit of experience. All ages are welcome. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=525616
15. The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Halloween Dress-Up) Radford Theatre, Radford Saturday, October 26, 2019, 11:55 PM - 01:40 AM Admission: $8.50 The Tolls of Madness cast presents the Rocky Horror Picture Show starting at midnight. The Tolls of Madness shadow cast based in Blacksburg, Virginia wraps up their 2019 Halloween season and acts out the 1975 musical horror-comedy "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" in front of a big-screen projection of the movie. This audience-interactive experience is unprecedented by any other cult movie showing, and promises to be a night full of wonderfully exotic laughs. Tickets include your very own Rocky Horror Survival Pack and a glow stick with everything you'll need to play along with the show. Additional items will be on sale in the lobby. The audience is encouraged to come in their Halloween costumes. This show is appropriate for mature audiences and college students. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=527325
16. 2019 Spirits Along the Wilderness Road Wagon Ride Wilderness Road Regional Museum, Newbern Sunday, October 27, 2019, 4:00 - 8:00 PM Admission: $10.00 Join the Wilderness Road Regional Museum for a family friendly and educational wagon ride into the past at our annual Spirits Along the Wilderness Road event. A leisurely, 30-minute horse drawn wagon will transport participants back in time to the early days of Historic Newbern. Colonel James Patton, Colonel William Christian, patriot and village founder Adam Hance, storekeeper Henry Hance, neighbor Mary Draper Ingles, Representative Benjamin Franklin Wysor, Colonel Rutherford B. Hayes, tavern guest Andrew Jackson, and so many other people who once visited or lived in Newbern will once again make an appearance. Kid's activities in the log kitchen including besom making, corn husk dolls, and colonial games for your enjoyment before and after the wagon rides. Fresh mulled Newbern Cider and pear butter cookies will be available while they last. All aspects of the Spirits Along the Wilderness Road are family friendly and educational in purpose and content. Due to the extreme popularity and limited wagon space per ride, it is advise to reserve your time. Call the museum at 540-674-4835 or email [email protected] to make a reservation. All proceeds support other educational outreach for the museum. Link: http://www.nextthreedays.com/FeaturedEventDetails.cfm?E=526643
Here's to a great weekend! And, if you have events to add, please post them!
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2019.10.16 18:33 EyeSpyNicolai 8th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo - Registration is OPEN

8th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo - Registration is OPEN
The Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) is the largest trade show and conference focused exclusively on Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties, and is the 2nd largest wine industry show in North America. Established in 2012 by Wine Industry Network, WIN Expo is considered a must-attend event and has become an integral part of California's North Coast wine industry with more than 3,000 wine professionals attending each year.
More Information: http://wineindustryexpo.com
Thursday, December 5, 2019 - Santa Rosa, CA
The trade show features nearly 300 exhibitors presenting the latest products and services available along with a robust educational conference focusing on three distinct tracks, Winemaking, Sales & Marketing, and Strategy & Leadership. The event is hosted at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA, 9:00am - 4:00pm, on Thursday, December 5, 2019.

Trade Show & Conference

In addition to offering an extensive array of cutting edge products and services found on the trade show floor, the 2019 WIN Expo educational conference sessions include nine comprehensive workshops focusing on three main tracks: Winemaking & Production, Sales & Marketing, and Business Strategy & Leadership.
All three tracks feature interactive sessions to facilitate greater subject emersion, insights, and value for the attendees, as expert panels of industry thought leaders and innovators will be sharing their ideas, information, and predictions to help better prepare for the coming year.
"This business isn’t getting any less competitive," acknowledges George Christie, Founder & CEO of Wine Industry Network. "That’s why the educational component has evolved into a much bigger experience. It’s imperative that we touch on all the main points; how do we make better wine, grow better grapes, and be more effective with our sales and marketing strategies? That’s exactly what we’ve designed these sessions to focus on."

#ExpoDeals

WIN Expo's successful #ExpoDeals program is expanding this year and will once again provide Black Friday / Cyber Monday discounts for the wine industry. This one-day-only buying opportunity is for wineries to save on end-of-year specials and discounts offered exclusively by WIN Expo Exhibitors.
http://wineindustryexpo.com/expodeals

Conference - Winemaking Track (w/ Trial Tastings)

http://wineindustryexpo.com/conference
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Conference - Sales & Marketing Track

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Conference - Strategy & Leadership Track

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Panel of Experts

http://wineindustryexpo.com/conference.php#speakers
GEOFF ABLES Managing Partner / C5 Insight
KIM BADENFORT Editor / Wine Industry Advisor
KATIE CALHOUN President / Calhoun & Company Communications
MICHAEL CANN Founder & CEO / WineCountry Media
EGLANTINE CHAUFFOUR Product Manager, Winemaking Solutions / BucherVaslin
GINELLE CLOAR Innovation Manager / Bogle Vineyards
JULIANA COLANGELO West Coast Director / Colangelo & Partners
CHRIS DENNY President, Founder / The Engine is Red
DANIEL DYCUS Technical Manager North America / Laffort USA
ROBERT EYLER Dean of the School of Extended and International Education / Sonoma State University
BAHANEH HOBEL Partner / Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty
RAY MARSILI Flavor Chemist, Owner / Marsili Consulting
MARISSA MCCOLLUM Marketing Manager / The Wine Group
LIZ MERCER GM / Bluxome Street Winery Instructor & Content Developer / WISE Academy
JOY MERRILEES Director of Winemaking & Production / Shannon Ridge Family of Wines
CHRISTINE MOLL VP of Marketing / O'Neill Vintners & Distillers
CLINT NELSON Vineyard Manager / Beckstoffer Vineyards - Red Hills
DEBBIE NOVOGRAD Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Marketing Officer / ConeTech, Advanced Beverage Technologies
ARTHUR O'CONNOR President & Winemaker / Disruption Wine Co.
PETER OBERDORFER Founder / Tactic
DR. ANITA OBERHOLSTER Cooperative Extension Specialist in Enology / UC Davis
CARIN OLIVER Chief Innovation & Growth Officer / Angelsmith, Inc.
GLENN PROCTOR Partner / Ciatti
MIKE PROVANCE CEO / 3x3 Insights
FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ Head Winemaker / Casa Madero
JOSÉ SANTOS President & CEO / Enartis
RON SCHARMAN CEO / Astra Digital
ELIZABETH 'E' SLATER Founder / In Short Direct Marketing
BRYAN ST. AMANT Founder & CEO / Vinteractive
MICHAEL WANGBICKLER President / Balzac Communications & Marketing
LARRY WU VP of Innovation, R&D / ConeTech, Advanced Beverage Technologies

2018 Highlight Video

2018 WIN Expo Highlight Video
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2019.10.16 18:23 EyeSpyNicolai 8th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo - Registration is OPEN

8th Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo - Registration is OPEN
The Annual North Coast Wine Industry Expo (WIN Expo) is the largest trade show and conference focused exclusively on Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Lake counties, and is the 2nd largest wine industry show in North America. Established in 2012 by Wine Industry Network, WIN Expo is considered a must-attend event and has become an integral part of California's North Coast wine industry with more than 3,000 wine professionals attending each year.
More Information: http://wineindustryexpo.com
Thursday, December 5, 2019 - Santa Rosa, CA
The trade show features nearly 300 exhibitors presenting the latest products and services available along with a robust educational conference focusing on three distinct tracks, Winemaking, Sales & Marketing, and Strategy & Leadership. The event is hosted at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA, 9:00am - 4:00pm, on Thursday, December 5, 2019.

Trade Show & Conference

In addition to offering an extensive array of cutting edge products and services found on the trade show floor, the 2019 WIN Expo educational conference sessions include nine comprehensive workshops focusing on three main tracks: Winemaking & Production, Sales & Marketing, and Business Strategy & Leadership.
All three tracks feature interactive sessions to facilitate greater subject emersion, insights, and value for the attendees, as expert panels of industry thought leaders and innovators will be sharing their ideas, information, and predictions to help better prepare for the coming year.
"This business isn’t getting any less competitive," acknowledges George Christie, Founder & CEO of Wine Industry Network. "That’s why the educational component has evolved into a much bigger experience. It’s imperative that we touch on all the main points; how do we make better wine, grow better grapes, and be more effective with our sales and marketing strategies? That’s exactly what we’ve designed these sessions to focus on."

Conference - Winemaking Track

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Conference - Sales & Marketing Track

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Conference - Strategy & Leadership Track

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Panel of Experts

http://wineindustryexpo.com/conference.php#speakers
GEOFF ABLES Managing Partner / C5 Insight
KIM BADENFORT Editor / Wine Industry Advisor
KATIE CALHOUN President / Calhoun & Company Communications
MICHAEL CANN Founder & CEO / WineCountry Media
EGLANTINE CHAUFFOUR Product Manager, Winemaking Solutions / BucherVaslin
GINELLE CLOAR Innovation Manager / Bogle Vineyards
JULIANA COLANGELO West Coast Director / Colangelo & Partners
CHRIS DENNY President, Founder / The Engine is Red
DANIEL DYCUS Technical Manager North America / Laffort USA
ROBERT EYLER Dean of the School of Extended and International Education / Sonoma State University
BAHANEH HOBEL Partner / Dickenson Peatman & Fogarty
RAY MARSILI Flavor Chemist, Owner / Marsili Consulting
MARISSA MCCOLLUM Marketing Manager / The Wine Group
LIZ MERCER GM / Bluxome Street Winery Instructor & Content Developer / WISE Academy
JOY MERRILEES Director of Winemaking & Production / Shannon Ridge Family of Wines
CHRISTINE MOLL VP of Marketing / O'Neill Vintners & Distillers
CLINT NELSON Vineyard Manager / Beckstoffer Vineyards - Red Hills
DEBBIE NOVOGRAD Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Chief Marketing Officer / ConeTech, Advanced Beverage Technologies
ARTHUR O'CONNOR President & Winemaker / Disruption Wine Co.
PETER OBERDORFER Founder / Tactic
DR. ANITA OBERHOLSTER Cooperative Extension Specialist in Enology / UC Davis
CARIN OLIVER Chief Innovation & Growth Officer / Angelsmith, Inc.
GLENN PROCTOR Partner / Ciatti
MIKE PROVANCE CEO / 3x3 Insights
FRANCISCO RODRIGUEZ Head Winemaker / Casa Madero
JOSÉ SANTOS President & CEO / Enartis
RON SCHARMAN CEO / Astra Digital
ELIZABETH 'E' SLATER Founder / In Short Direct Marketing
BRYAN ST. AMANT Founder & CEO / Vinteractive
MICHAEL WANGBICKLER President / Balzac Communications & Marketing
LARRY WU VP of Innovation, R&D / ConeTech, Advanced Beverage Technologies

2018 Highlight Video

2018 WIN Expo Highlight Video
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2019.09.22 18:18 bookseller10 Mega eTextbooks release thread (part-16)! Find your textbooks here between $5-$25 :)

Please find the list below:
  1. Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques, 9th Edition: Anne Griffin Perry & Patricia A. Potter & Wendy Ostendorf
  2. Management: Leading & Collaborating in a Competitive World, 13th Edition: Thomas Bateman
  3. Comedy (The New Critical Idiom), 2nd Edition: Andrew Stott
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2019.02.20 15:12 peterboykin North Carolina hearing on alleged election fraud enters third day

FILE PHOTO: Mark Harris waits to be introduced during a volunteer meeting and rally at the Ardmore Auditorium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File PhotoFebruary 20, 2019
(Reuters) – North Carolina election officials were to hear a third day of testimony about an investigation into an alleged election fraud scheme led by a Republican operative to sway a close and still unsettled congressional race.
The probe into the disputed Nov. 6 election for the state’s 9th Congressional District seat has uncovered an unlawful absentee ballot scheme by an operative for Republican candidate Mark Harris, according to testimony at the hearing that could prompt a new vote.
The seat has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris’ apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast.
The five-member State Board of Elections, which must decide if the evidence warrants a new election, heard on Monday that Republican operative Leslie McCrae Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests from voters and then return to retrieve the ballots, in violation of state law.
In some instances, the paid workers falsely signed as witnesses and filled in votes for contests left blank at Dowless’ home or office, said Kim Strach, executive director of the elections board.
Andy Yates, founder and partner of consultancy Red Dome Group, testified on Tuesday he paid Dowless more than $130,000 for his work for the Harris campaign.
Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests, among other duties, Yates said. But Yates said he never paid Dowless to collect actual ballots, adding he would have reported such activity to the state.
“Mr. Dowless told me that he knew it was illegal to collect ballots, and that he told all of his workers that it was illegal to collect ballots,” Yates said.
Dowless’ lawyer has said he did nothing wrong.
Dallas Woodhouse, director of the state Republican party, told reporters the testimony did not support calling for a new election, either due to affected ballots or overall fairness concerns.
Republicans have pushed for the board to certify Harris as the district’s representative. The U.S. House of Representatives would then determine whether to seat him.
McCready’s lawyer Marc Elias, one of the nation’s top election law specialists, said the evidence had revealed “massive election fraud” that justified a new election.
If Democrats pick up the seat, they would widen their 235-197 majority in the House after taking control of the chamber from President Donald Trump’s Republicans in November.
(Reporting by Gabriella Borter in New York; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
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2019.02.20 15:05 peterboykin North Carolina hearing on alleged election fraud enters third day

FILE PHOTO: Mark Harris waits to be introduced during a volunteer meeting and rally at the Ardmore Auditorium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File PhotoFebruary 20, 2019
(Reuters) – North Carolina election officials were to hear a third day of testimony about an investigation into an alleged election fraud scheme led by a Republican operative to sway a close and still unsettled congressional race.
The probe into the disputed Nov. 6 election for the state’s 9th Congressional District seat has uncovered an unlawful absentee ballot scheme by an operative for Republican candidate Mark Harris, according to testimony at the hearing that could prompt a new vote.
The seat has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris’ apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast.
The five-member State Board of Elections, which must decide if the evidence warrants a new election, heard on Monday that Republican operative Leslie McCrae Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests from voters and then return to retrieve the ballots, in violation of state law.
In some instances, the paid workers falsely signed as witnesses and filled in votes for contests left blank at Dowless’ home or office, said Kim Strach, executive director of the elections board.
Andy Yates, founder and partner of consultancy Red Dome Group, testified on Tuesday he paid Dowless more than $130,000 for his work for the Harris campaign.
Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests, among other duties, Yates said. But Yates said he never paid Dowless to collect actual ballots, adding he would have reported such activity to the state.
“Mr. Dowless told me that he knew it was illegal to collect ballots, and that he told all of his workers that it was illegal to collect ballots,” Yates said.
Dowless’ lawyer has said he did nothing wrong.
Dallas Woodhouse, director of the state Republican party, told reporters the testimony did not support calling for a new election, either due to affected ballots or overall fairness concerns.
Republicans have pushed for the board to certify Harris as the district’s representative. The U.S. House of Representatives would then determine whether to seat him.
McCready’s lawyer Marc Elias, one of the nation’s top election law specialists, said the evidence had revealed “massive election fraud” that justified a new election.
If Democrats pick up the seat, they would widen their 235-197 majority in the House after taking control of the chamber from President Donald Trump’s Republicans in November.
(Reporting by Gabriella Borter in New York; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
Source: OANN
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2019.02.20 15:04 peterboykin North Carolina hearing on alleged election fraud enters third day

FILE PHOTO: Mark Harris waits to be introduced during a volunteer meeting and rally at the Ardmore Auditorium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File PhotoFebruary 20, 2019
(Reuters) – North Carolina election officials were to hear a third day of testimony about an investigation into an alleged election fraud scheme led by a Republican operative to sway a close and still unsettled congressional race.
The probe into the disputed Nov. 6 election for the state’s 9th Congressional District seat has uncovered an unlawful absentee ballot scheme by an operative for Republican candidate Mark Harris, according to testimony at the hearing that could prompt a new vote.
The seat has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris’ apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast.
The five-member State Board of Elections, which must decide if the evidence warrants a new election, heard on Monday that Republican operative Leslie McCrae Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests from voters and then return to retrieve the ballots, in violation of state law.
In some instances, the paid workers falsely signed as witnesses and filled in votes for contests left blank at Dowless’ home or office, said Kim Strach, executive director of the elections board.
Andy Yates, founder and partner of consultancy Red Dome Group, testified on Tuesday he paid Dowless more than $130,000 for his work for the Harris campaign.
Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests, among other duties, Yates said. But Yates said he never paid Dowless to collect actual ballots, adding he would have reported such activity to the state.
“Mr. Dowless told me that he knew it was illegal to collect ballots, and that he told all of his workers that it was illegal to collect ballots,” Yates said.
Dowless’ lawyer has said he did nothing wrong.
Dallas Woodhouse, director of the state Republican party, told reporters the testimony did not support calling for a new election, either due to affected ballots or overall fairness concerns.
Republicans have pushed for the board to certify Harris as the district’s representative. The U.S. House of Representatives would then determine whether to seat him.
McCready’s lawyer Marc Elias, one of the nation’s top election law specialists, said the evidence had revealed “massive election fraud” that justified a new election.
If Democrats pick up the seat, they would widen their 235-197 majority in the House after taking control of the chamber from President Donald Trump’s Republicans in November.
(Reporting by Gabriella Borter in New York; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
Source: OANN
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2019.02.20 15:03 peterboykin North Carolina hearing on alleged election fraud enters third day

FILE PHOTO: Mark Harris waits to be introduced during a volunteer meeting and rally at the Ardmore Auditorium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File PhotoFebruary 20, 2019
(Reuters) – North Carolina election officials were to hear a third day of testimony about an investigation into an alleged election fraud scheme led by a Republican operative to sway a close and still unsettled congressional race.
The probe into the disputed Nov. 6 election for the state’s 9th Congressional District seat has uncovered an unlawful absentee ballot scheme by an operative for Republican candidate Mark Harris, according to testimony at the hearing that could prompt a new vote.
The seat has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris’ apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast.
The five-member State Board of Elections, which must decide if the evidence warrants a new election, heard on Monday that Republican operative Leslie McCrae Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests from voters and then return to retrieve the ballots, in violation of state law.
In some instances, the paid workers falsely signed as witnesses and filled in votes for contests left blank at Dowless’ home or office, said Kim Strach, executive director of the elections board.
Andy Yates, founder and partner of consultancy Red Dome Group, testified on Tuesday he paid Dowless more than $130,000 for his work for the Harris campaign.
Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests, among other duties, Yates said. But Yates said he never paid Dowless to collect actual ballots, adding he would have reported such activity to the state.
“Mr. Dowless told me that he knew it was illegal to collect ballots, and that he told all of his workers that it was illegal to collect ballots,” Yates said.
Dowless’ lawyer has said he did nothing wrong.
Dallas Woodhouse, director of the state Republican party, told reporters the testimony did not support calling for a new election, either due to affected ballots or overall fairness concerns.
Republicans have pushed for the board to certify Harris as the district’s representative. The U.S. House of Representatives would then determine whether to seat him.
McCready’s lawyer Marc Elias, one of the nation’s top election law specialists, said the evidence had revealed “massive election fraud” that justified a new election.
If Democrats pick up the seat, they would widen their 235-197 majority in the House after taking control of the chamber from President Donald Trump’s Republicans in November.
(Reporting by Gabriella Borter in New York; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
Source: OANN
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2019.02.20 15:02 peterboykin North Carolina hearing on alleged election fraud enters third day

FILE PHOTO: Mark Harris waits to be introduced during a volunteer meeting and rally at the Ardmore Auditorium in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Chris Keane/File PhotoFebruary 20, 2019
(Reuters) – North Carolina election officials were to hear a third day of testimony about an investigation into an alleged election fraud scheme led by a Republican operative to sway a close and still unsettled congressional race.
The probe into the disputed Nov. 6 election for the state’s 9th Congressional District seat has uncovered an unlawful absentee ballot scheme by an operative for Republican candidate Mark Harris, according to testimony at the hearing that could prompt a new vote.
The seat has remained vacant since state officials refused to certify Harris’ apparent victory over Democratic rival Dan McCready by 905 votes out of 282,717 ballots cast.
The five-member State Board of Elections, which must decide if the evidence warrants a new election, heard on Monday that Republican operative Leslie McCrae Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests from voters and then return to retrieve the ballots, in violation of state law.
In some instances, the paid workers falsely signed as witnesses and filled in votes for contests left blank at Dowless’ home or office, said Kim Strach, executive director of the elections board.
Andy Yates, founder and partner of consultancy Red Dome Group, testified on Tuesday he paid Dowless more than $130,000 for his work for the Harris campaign.
Dowless hired workers to collect absentee ballot requests, among other duties, Yates said. But Yates said he never paid Dowless to collect actual ballots, adding he would have reported such activity to the state.
“Mr. Dowless told me that he knew it was illegal to collect ballots, and that he told all of his workers that it was illegal to collect ballots,” Yates said.
Dowless’ lawyer has said he did nothing wrong.
Dallas Woodhouse, director of the state Republican party, told reporters the testimony did not support calling for a new election, either due to affected ballots or overall fairness concerns.
Republicans have pushed for the board to certify Harris as the district’s representative. The U.S. House of Representatives would then determine whether to seat him.
McCready’s lawyer Marc Elias, one of the nation’s top election law specialists, said the evidence had revealed “massive election fraud” that justified a new election.
If Democrats pick up the seat, they would widen their 235-197 majority in the House after taking control of the chamber from President Donald Trump’s Republicans in November.
(Reporting by Gabriella Borter in New York; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
Source: OANN
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2019.02.18 14:42 Seagull_No1_Fanboy This Week in Overwatch February 11th - February 18th

Tuesday

Video LAST CHANCE Overwatch Lunar New Year 2019

Thursday

Why nobody likes 3-4 DPS (Jeff Replied)
We actually tried a mode we called “411” because it limited comps to 1 tank, 1 healer and the rest DPS.
It was not fun and we didn’t enjoy it. The way the game is tuned, the importance it placed on the lone tank or lone support was too significant. Also, we’ve all evolved as players since 2016 and we’re much better these days at melting the tank or melting the healer than we used to be. Once your lone tank or healer died, it felt like you were forced to completely regroup with no chance of pulling out a win.
It was a good experiment for us to try and led to a lot of good discussion. But yeah, wasn’t fun…
Were you guys expecting 2/2/2 to be the standard go to comp when the game launched?
Well, just speaking for myself here, but I expected 1 to 2 tanks and 1 to 2 supports with more variance. I also expected more hero switching. Naively, I didn’t expect “maining” and “one-tricking” to be so dominant.
We imagined a world where players would be ok with Torbjorn on defense but not playing him on attack. The maining/one-trick mindset led to us having to rework those characters to fit with how the game eventually evolved to be played. I guess what I am saying is we hoped to be able to create more highly situational characters with the thought that players would switch in situations where those characters weren’t as viable.
We like the direction things evolved and in hindsight, it seems obvious that they would evolve that way. It’s not that one direction is good or bad… they’re just different directions and we adapted to what the playerbase was doing, rather than fighting against their instincts.
Is Hammond a scientist or engineer?
He’s really more of a mechanic, but if you had to choose between those two, he’s more engineer than scientist.

Friday

Pros use White HUDs and I’m wondering if i can get it (possible way in description if you know how Over-Watch’s files work)
When the pros play Overwatch at the Blizzard Arena, it looks just like it does for you and me at home. They don’t see the team coloring of the HUD or the Visual FX. They don’t even see the team uniforms. It’s the spectator functionality and the broadcast that makes the game look that way.
You can use some color blind settings to adjust the way things look for you at home, but it’s not quite like the OWL view.
Pros use White HUDs and I’m wondering if i can get it (possible way in description if you know how Over-Watch’s files work)
When the pros play Overwatch at the Blizzard Arena, it looks just like it does for you and me at home. They don’t see the team coloring of the HUD or the Visual FX. They don’t even see the team uniforms. It’s the spectator functionality and the broadcast that makes the game look that way.
You can use some color blind settings to adjust the way things look for you at home, but it’s not quite like the OWL view.
Genji’s pick rate in a tank meta proves he’s OP
We don’t currently perceive Genji to be a balance problem.
Apex Legends Ping system in Overwatch
Respawn did such a good job with the Ping System in Apex Legends. It works really well.
Back in early development of Overwatch, we actually had a very similar ping system. Ours was inspired from MOBA’s like League of Legends and Heroes of the Storm.
We eventually removed it because of a few issues.
  1. With 6 people on the team, it got very spammy if more than a few people were using it
  2. The geography of Overwatch maps as well as the engagement distances is fairly constrained. This made pinging upwards challenging and often frustrating. An example is standing at the gate of point A of Temple of Anubis and trying to ping the upper ledge above the gate entering point B. Our engagement distances tend to be in the 10-30 meter range (for perspective it’s about 45 meters all the way across the entire dojo in Hanamura B). In Apex, you have very long engagement distances and very big maps… it makes it easier to ping below you
It would be fun to revisit the system and see if we could make something like that workable. We do have some designs for improvements and customization to the communication wheel that we’re trying to get in. But we’re always appreciative of feedback and suggestions.
Unpopular Opinion: Rialto
Rialto balance stats for the past month:
49.35% Attackers, 50.65% Defenders

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Is Hammond a scientist or engineer?
Hammond didn’t create the AI that’s in the mech, and the mech’s AI is really pretty simple compared to most of the other ones we’ve seen in Overwatch so far.
Why was sombras ultimate line changed? (Alexis!) (Michael Chu responded)
You pretty much hit it. When we were testing the two lines, we felt that “Apagando las luces” worked a little better as an ult line compared to the other. Would have loved to keep the story reference in, but ultimately (groan) it lives on as a voice line.

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Waterproof Omnics (/Genji)?
None of the Overwatch heroes seem very waterproof though, do they…
Bastion is definitely waterproof enough to exist/walk along the seafloor though (the result of which is seen in the “Binary” comic).

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