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A Vine on a House by Ambrose Bierce

2020.11.19 12:32 Lombbards A Vine on a House by Ambrose Bierce

This work appears in Bierce's 1913 collection of short stories, Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories, but it's original publication date is 1905.
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About three miles from the little town of Norton, in Missouri, on the road leading to Maysville, stands an old house that was last occupied by a family named Harding. Since 1886 no one has lived in it, nor is anyone likely to live in it again. Time and the disfavor of persons dwelling thereabout are converting it into a rather picturesque ruin. An observer unacquainted with its history would hardly put it into the category of "haunted houses," yet in all the region round such is its evil reputation. Its windows are without glass, its doorways without doors; there are wide breaches in the shingle roof, and for lack of paint the weatherboarding is a dun gray. But these unfailing signs of the supernatural are partly concealed and greatly softened by the abundant foliage of a large vine overrunning the entire structure. This vine--of a species which no botanist has ever been able to name--has an important part in the story of the house.

The Harding family consisted of Robert Harding, his wife Matilda, Miss Julia Went, who was her sister, and two young children. Robert Harding was a silent, cold-mannered man who made no friends in the neighborhood and apparently cared to make none. He was about forty years old, frugal and industrious, and made a living from the little farm which is now overgrown with brush and brambles. He and his sister-in-law were rather tabooed by their neighbors, who seemed to think that they were seen too frequently together--not entirely their fault, for at these times they evidently did not challenge observation. The moral code of rural Missouri is stern and exacting.

Mrs. Harding was a gentle, sad-eyed woman, lacking a left foot.

At some time in 1884 it became known that she had gone to visit her mother in Iowa. That was what her husband said in reply to inquiries, and his manner of saying it did not encourage further questioning. She never came back, and two years later, without selling his farm or anything that was his, or appointing an agent to look after his interests, or removing his household goods, Harding, with the rest of the family, left the country. Nobody knew whither he went; nobody at that time cared. Naturally, whatever was movable about the place soon disappeared and the deserted house became "haunted" in the manner of its kind.

One summer evening, four or five years later, the Rev. J. Gruber, of Norton, and a Maysville attorney named Hyatt met on horseback in front of the Harding place. Having business matters to discuss, they hitched their animals and going to the house sat on the porch to talk. Some humorous reference to the somber reputation of the place was made and forgotten as soon as uttered, and they talked of their business affairs until it grew almost dark. The evening was oppressively warm, the air stagnant.

Presently both men started from their seats in surprise: a long vine that covered half the front of the house and dangled its branches from the edge of the porch above them was visibly and audibly agitated, shaking violently in every stem and leaf.

"We shall have a storm," Hyatt exclaimed.

Gruber said nothing, but silently directed the other's attention to the foliage of adjacent trees, which showed no movement; even the delicate tips of the boughs silhouetted against the clear sky were motionless. They hastily passed down the steps to what had been a lawn and looked upward at the vine, whose entire length was now visible. It continued in violent agitation, yet they could discern no disturbing cause.

"Let us leave," said the minister.

And leave they did. Forgetting that they had been traveling in opposite directions, they rode away together. They went to Norton, where they related their strange experience to several discreet friends. The next evening, at about the same hour, accompanied by two others whose names are not recalled, they were again on the porch of the Harding house, and again the mysterious phenomenon occurred: the vine was violently agitated while under the closest scrutiny from root to tip, nor did their combined strength applied to the trunk serve to still it. After an hour's observation they retreated, no less wise, it is thought, than when they had come.

No great time was required for these singular facts to rouse the curiosity of the entire neighborhood. By day and by night crowds of persons assembled at the Harding house "seeking a sign." It does not appear that any found it, yet so credible were the witnesses mentioned that none doubted the reality of the "manifestations" to which they testified.

By either a happy inspiration or some destructive design, it was one day proposed--nobody appeared to know from whom the suggestion came- -to dig up the vine, and after a good deal of debate this was done. Nothing was found but the root, yet nothing could have been more strange!

For five or six feet from the trunk, which had at the surface of the ground a diameter of several inches, it ran downward, single and straight, into a loose, friable earth; then it divided and subdivided into rootlets, fibers and filaments, most curiously interwoven. When carefully freed from soil they showed a singular formation. In their ramifications and doublings back upon themselves they made a compact network, having in size and shape an amazing resemblance to the human figure. Head, trunk and limbs were there; even the fingers and toes were distinctly defined; and many professed to see in the distribution and arrangement of the fibers in the globular mass representing the head a grotesque suggestion of a face. The figure was horizontal; the smaller roots had begun to unite at the breast.

In point of resemblance to the human form this image was imperfect. At about ten inches from one of the knees, the cilia forming that leg had abruptly doubled backward and inward upon their course of growth. The figure lacked the left foot.

There was but one inference--the obvious one; but in the ensuing excitement as many courses of action were proposed as there were incapable counselors. The matter was settled by the sheriff of the county, who as the lawful custodian of the abandoned estate ordered the root replaced and the excavation filled with the earth that had been removed.

Later inquiry brought out only one fact of relevancy and significance: Mrs. Harding had never visited her relatives in Iowa, nor did they know that she was supposed to have done so.

Of Robert Harding and the rest of his family nothing is known. The house retains its evil reputation, but the replanted vine is as orderly and well-behaved a vegetable as a nervous person could wish to sit under of a pleasant night, when the katydids grate out their immemorial revelation and the distant whippoorwill signifies his notion of what ought to be done about it.
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2020.11.18 16:25 JAMESFAULKNERSS You Must Watch These 5 Best Adaptations of Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is one of the most popular novels by Jane Austen. This novel was released in 1813, but the love story of a witty heroine and an elusive hero has not yet lost its charm. The level of popularity is such that there have been many adaptations of Pride and Prejudice into films and TV series, however, all of them have not turned out to be good. If you are a real Jane Austen fan, then you will at least want to watch the best adaptations of this classic novel. We have made things easier for you, as in this article, we have listed the best adaptations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. Let’s scroll down and find the best picks for you.
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Pride And Prejudice (1995)
Pride And Prejudice (1995) are one of the best adaptations of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice. One season of this drama consisted of six episodes, and it was aired on BBC. Simon Langton has directed this show, and he successfully managed to portray the chemistry between Darcy and Elizabeth on the screen. Colin Firth (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy), Jennifer Ehle (Elizabeth Bennet), Susannah Harker (Jane Bennet), and Julia Sawalha (Lydia Bennet) played important parts in this series. This popular series has received an IMDb rating of 8.8.
Pride And Prejudice (2005)
Pride And Prejudice (2005) is one of the best adaptations of Jane Austen’s popular novel to date. Directed by Joe Wright, this movie is available on Netflix and has been watched by millions of viewers, and most of them have appreciated it highly. Keira Knightley (Elizabeth Bennet), Matthew Macfadyen (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy), Rosamund Pike (Jane Bennet), and Jena Malone (Lydia Bennet) have dealt with the important characters with perfection, and this film was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. This movie has received an IMDb rating of 7.8.
Lost In Austen
Lost In Austen is a bit altered but a very refreshing version of the popular novel Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. Consisting of 4 episodes, the only season of this popular drama was released in 2008, which was written by Guy Andrews. Keeping it based on Jane Austen’s novel, there were some twists added to this series, which include a different heroine, and it’s her who falls in love with Darcy this time. Jemima Rooper (Amanda Price), Elliot Cowan (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy), Alex Kingston (Mrs. Bennet), and Hugh Bonneville (Mr. Claude Bennet) have delivered brilliant performances in this series. This series is rated 7.4 on IMDb.
Pride And Prejudice (1940)
The popularity of Pride and Prejudice has been enough that it was adapted as a movie long back in 1940. Director Robert Z. Leonard succeeded to an extent in dealing with the story and characters of the novel, and that makes it a great watch. Greer Garson (Elizabeth Bennet), Laurence Olivier (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy), Edna May Oliver (Lady Catherine de Bourgh), and Edmund Gwenn (Mr. Bennet) performed remarkably in this film. This movie is rated 7.4 on IMDb.
Pride And Prejudice (1980)
If you are looking for an early adaptation of Pride and Prejudice in drama form, then Pride And Prejudice (1980) is a good pick for you. This series consisted of 5 episodes, and it was aired on the BBC. Created by Cyril Coke, this series was decorated with the performances of Elizabeth Garvie (Elizabeth Bennet), David Rintoul (Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy), Irene Richard (Charlotte Lucas), and Elizabeth Stewart (Lady Lucas). This series has received an IMDb rating of 7.3.
There have been many adaptations of Pride and Prejudice in movies and series. In this article, we have listed the best adaptation of the popular novel. You can watch these films and series to dive once more into the brilliance of Jane Austen.
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2020.11.13 01:09 flagrantstats 2020 Conference Media/Coach Polls & All-Conference Teams (so far)

I've gathered all of the conference media/coach polls & all-conference teams announced to date. Sorry for any formatting issues.
America East Conference
No. School Points (1st Place Votes) 1. Maine 78 (6) 2. Stony Brook 76 (4) 3. UMass Lowell 62 4. UAlbany 54 T5. Binghamton 43 UMBC 43 7. Vermont 36 8. Hartford 24 9. New Hampshire 23 10. NJIT 11
2020-21 America East Women’s Basketball Preseason All-Conference Team Maeve Carroll, Sr., Forward - Maine Kharis Idom, Jr., Guard - UMass Lowell Blanca Millan, Sr., Guard - Maine India Pagan, Sr., Forward - Stony Brook Dor Saar, Sr., Guard - Maine
American Athletic Conference Women's Basketball Preseason Coaches’ Poll
  1. USF (8) 98
  2. UCF (1) 79
  3. Tulane 78
  4. Cincinnati (2) 73
  5. Temple 57
  6. Wichita State 54
  7. Houston 49
  8. Memphis 40
  9. East Carolina 36
  10. SMU 31
  11. Tulsa 10
Preseason Players of the Year IImar’I Thomas, F, Cincinnati Mia Davis, F, Temple
Preseason All-Conference First Team Brittney Smith, F, UCF IImar’I Thomas, F, Cincinnati* Lashonda Monk, G, East Carolina Mia Davis, F, Temple* Krystal Freeman, F, Tulane*
Preseason All-Conference Second Team Dulcy Fankam Mendjiadeu, F, Memphis Elisa Pinzan, G, USF Elena Tsineke, G, USF Arsula Clark, G, Tulane Mariah McCully, G, Wichita State
*denotes unanimous selection
Atlantic 10 Conference
PRESEASON POLL 1. VCU (10) 185 2. Dayton (2) 176 3. Saint Louis (1) 171 4. Davidson 140 Duquesne (1) 140 Fordham 140 7. Massachusetts 118 8. Richmond 81 9. George Washington 78 10. La Salle 70 11. Rhode Island 65 12. St. Bonaventure 42 13. Saint Joseph’s 41 14. George Mason 23
PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM
Player School Suzi-Rose Deegan Davidson Erin Whalen Dayton Libby Bazelak Duquesne Sam Breen Massachusetts Ciaja Harbison Saint Louis Tera Reed VCU
PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM Katie Turner Davidson Laia Sole Duquesne Kendell Heremaia Fordham Claire Jacobs La Salle Asianae Johnson St. Bonaventure Taya Robinson VCU
PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE THIRD TEAM Sarah Donovan Davidson Araion Bradshaw Dayton Kyla Whitehead Dayton Anna DeWolfe Fordham Neila Luma George Washington Rachel Kent Saint Louis
PRESEASON ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM Araion Bradshaw Dayton Libby Bazelak Duquesne Brooke Flowers Saint Louis Ciaja Harbison Saint Louis Taya Robinson VCU
Atlantic Coast Conference
Head Coaches & Blue Ribbon Panel Preseason Player of the Year Dana Evans, Louisville, Sr., G
Head Coaches Preseason All-ACC Team Taylor Soule, Boston College, Jr., F Dana Evans, Louisville, Sr., G (12 Preseason Player of the Year Votes) Janelle Bailey, North Carolina, Sr., C Jakia Brown-Turner, NC State So., G Elissa Cunane, NC State, Jr., C (3) Kiara Lewis, Syracuse, Sr., G Tiana Mangakahia, Syracuse, Gr., G Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech, So., C Aisha Sheppard, Virginia Tech, Sr., G Ivana Raca, Wake Forest, Sr., F
Head Coaches Newcomer Watch List Hailey Van Lith, Louisville, Fr., G Kianna Smith, Louisville, Jr., G Deja Kelly, North Carolina, Fr., G Maddy Westbeld, Notre Dame, Fr., F Kamilla Cardoso, Syracuse, Fr., C
Head Coaches Predicted Order of Finish Louisville (13 first-place votes) - 223 NC State (2) - 210 Syracuse - 193 North Carolina - 157 Georgia Tech - 146 Notre Dame - 138 Virginia Tech - 125 Florida State - 124 Boston College - 120 Miami - 99 Duke - 74 Wake Forest - 73 Clemson - 56 Pittsburgh - 37 Virginia - 25
Blue Ribbon Panel Preseason All-ACC Team (57 voters) Taylor Soule, Boston College, Jr., F (3) Dana Evans, Louisville, Sr., G (40) Janelle Bailey, North Carolina, Sr., C Elissa Cunane, NC State, Jr., C (11) Sam Brunelle, Notre Dame, So., F Kiara Lewis, Syracuse, Sr., G Tiana Mangakahia, Syracuse, Gr., G (3) Elizabeth Kitley, Virginia Tech, So., C Aisha Sheppard, Virginia Tech, Sr., G Ivana Raca, Wake Forest, Sr., F () Indicates preseason player of the year votes
Blue Ribbon Panel Newcomer Watch List Tiana England, Florida State, Gr., G Hailey Van Lith, Louisville, Fr., G Deja Kelly, North Carolina, Fr., G Maddy Westbeld, Notre Dame, Fr., F Kamilla Cardoso, Syracuse, Fr., C
Blue Ribbon Panel Predicted Order of Finish (57 voters) Louisville (45 first-place votes) – 840 points NC State (10) – 797 points Syracuse (2) – 724 points Notre Dame – 555 points North Carolina – 547 points Florida State – 516 points Virginia Tech – 482 points Boston College – 468 points Georgia Tech – 452 points Duke – 385 points Miami – 359 points Wake Forest – 258 points Clemson – 183 points Virginia – 149 points Pitt – 125 points
Atlantic Sun Conference
2020-21 ASUN Preseason WBB Coaches Poll Place Team (1st-Place Votes) Points 1. FGCU (5) 75 2. Liberty (1) 71 3. North Florida (3) 65 4. Stetson 47 5. Jacksonville 46 6. North Alabama 36 7. Lipscomb 29 8. Kennesaw State 25 9. Bellarmine 11
2020-21 ASUN Preseason WBB Media Poll Place Team (1st-Place Votes) Points 1. FGCU (23) 243 2. Liberty (4) 211 3. North Florida (1) 172 4. North Alabama 154 5. Jacksonville 148 6. Stetson 135 7. Lipscomb 78 8. Kennesaw State 77 9. Bellarmine 46
Preseason Player of the Year: Jazz Bond, North Florida Preseason Defensive Player of the Year: Jazz Bond, North Florida ASUN Preseason WBB All-Conference Team *Jazz Bond, North Florida, Sr., F *Jada Perry, Jacksonville, Sr., F *Amani Johnson, Kennesaw State, Jr., G *Emily Lytle, Liberty, Sr., F *Taylor Clark, Lipscomb, Sr., F *Olivia Noah, North Alabama, Sr., F *Day'Neshia Banks, Stetson, Sr., F Breia Torrens, Bellarmine, Sr., G Andrea Cecil, FGCU, Sr., G Ashtyn Baker, Liberty, Sr., G
Big 12 Conference
2020-21 Big 12 Conference Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll 1. Baylor (9) 81 2. Texas (1) 73 3. Iowa State 69 4. Kansas State 50 5. West Virginia 45 6. Texas Tech 36 7. Oklahoma 33 8. Oklahoma State 26 9. TCU 23 10. Kansas 14
Preseason Player of the Year: NaLyssa Smith, Baylor, F, 6-2, Jr., Converse, Texas Preseason Newcomer of the Year: DiJonai Carrington, Baylor, G, 5-11, Gr., San Diego, Calif. Preseason Freshman of the Year: Sarah Andrews, Baylor, G, 5-6, Irving, Texas
Preseason All-Big 12 Team (honors listed alphabetical by school) Player School Pos Ht Cl-Exp Hometown Queen Egbo Baylor C 6-3 Jr.-2L Houston, Texas DiDi Richards Baylor G 6-1 Sr.-3L Cypress, Texas NaLyssa Smith* Baylor F 6-2 Jr.-2L Converse, Texas Ashley Joens* Iowa State G/F 6-0 Jr.-2L Iowa City, Iowa Ayoka Lee* Kansas State C 6-5 So.-1L Byron, Minn. Taylor Robertson Oklahoma G 5-7 Jr.-2L McPherson, Kan. Natasha Mack* Oklahoma State G 6-4 Sr.-1L Lufkin, Texas Lauren Heard* TCU G 5-9 Sr.-3L Denton, Texas Charli Collier* Texas F/C 6-5 Jr.-2L Mont Belvieu, Texas Vivan Gray Texas Tech G 6-1 Sr.-TR Argyle, Texas All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Kristin Scott (Iowa State), Zakiyah Franklin (Kansas), Holly Kersgieter (Kansas), Rachel Ranke (Kansas State), Ana Llanusa (Oklahoma), Madi Williams (Oklahoma), Celeste Taylor (Texas), Chrislyn Carr (Texas Tech), Kysre Gondrezick (West Virginia) and Kari Niblack (West Virginia). Big East Conference
Team (first-place votes) Points 
1 Connecticut (10) 100 2 DePaul (1) 90 3 Marquette 83 4 St. John’s 69 5 Creighton 60 6 Seton Hall 59 7 Villanova 44 8 Butler 37 9 Xavier 31 10 Providence 22 11 Georgetown 10
BIG EAST Preseason Player of the Year Christyn Williams, Connecticut, Jr., G
BIG EAST Preseason Freshman of the Year Paige Bueckers, Connecticut, Fr., G*
Preseason All-BIG EAST Team^ Olivia Nelson-Ododa, Connecticut, Jr., F Evina Westbrook, Connecticut, R-Jr., G Temi Carda, Creighton, Sr., G Lexi Held, DePaul, Jr., G Sonya Morris, DePaul, Jr., G* Selena Lott, Marquette, Sr., G* Leilani Correa, St. John’s, So., G Qadashah Hoppie, St. John’s, Sr., G* Desiree Elmore, Seton Hall, Sr., G/F* Maddy Siegrist, Villanova, So., F* A’riana Gray, Xavier, Sr., F extra player added due to a tie in voting *unanimous selection
Big Sky Conference
Coaches’ Poll Teams Points T1. Idaho (4) 91 T1. Idaho State (2) 91 3. Northern Arizona (3) 80 4. Montana State (1) 77 5. Northern Colorado (1) 64 6. Montana 53 7. Portland State 50 8. Southern Utah 36 9. Sacramento State 26 10. Eastern Washington 23 11. Weber State 14
Media Poll 1. Idaho (16) 221 2. Idaho State (2) 206 3. Northern Arizona 180 4. Montana State (2) 173 5. Northern Colorado (1) 135 6. Portland State 127 7. Montana 122 8. Southern Utah 73 9. Eastern Washington 65 10. Sacramento State 54 11. Weber State 29
All-Conference Team Khiarica Rasheed Forward Senior Northern Arizona Gina Marxen Guard Junior Idaho Darian White Guard Sophomore Montana State Beyonce Bea Guard/Forward Sophomore Idaho Dora Goles Guard Senior Idaho State Alisha Davis Forward Sophomore Northern Colorado
Rasheed was Player of the Year
Big South Conference
Rk - School (first-place votes) Points 1 - Campbell (6) 112 2 - Radford (2) 107 3 - High Point (3) 104 4 - Hampton 86 5 - Gardner-Webb 70 6 - Longwood 66 7 - UNC Asheville 56 8 - Presbyterian College 48 9 - USC Upstate 30 10 - Charleston Southern 24 11 - Winthrop 23
First-Team Skyler Curran ,High Point ,Jr., G (Clemmons, N.C.) Laren VanArsdale, Hampton, Jr., G (Powder Springs, Ga.) Kyla McMakin ,Longwood ,Soph. ,G (Virginia Beach, Va.) Nylah Young ,Hampton ,Soph. ,F (Suffolk, Va.) Nadiria Evans ,UNC Asheville ,Sr. ,G (Gainesville, Fla.)
Second-Team Trinity Johnson ,Presbyterian College ,Jr. ,G (Hopkins, S.C.) Taya Bolden ,Campbell ,R-Sr., F (Richmond, Va.) Shy Tuelle ,Campbell ,Jr. ,G (Hampton, Tenn.) Luana Serranho ,Campbell ,Jr. ,G (Lisbon, Portugal) Amele Ngwafang ,Radford ,Jr. ,F (Silver Spring, Md.)
Big Ten Conference
2020-21 COACHES BIG TEN PRESEASON RANKINGS 1. Indiana 2. Maryland 3. Michigan 4. Northwestern 5. Ohio State
2020-21 COACHES PRESEASON ALL-BIG TEN TEAM Grace Berger, Jr., G, Indiana Ali Patberg, Sr., G, Indiana Monika Czinano, Jr., F/C, Iowa Ashley Owusu, So., G, Maryland NAZ HILLMON, Jr., F, Michigan Nia Clouden, Jr., G, Michigan State Veronica Burton, Jr., G, Northwestern LINDSEY PULLIAM, Sr., G, Northwestern DORKA JUHÁSZ, Jr., F, Ohio State ARELLA GUIRANTES, Sr., G, Rutgers
2020-21 COACHES BIG TEN CO-PRESEASON PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Naz Hillmon, Jr., F, Michigan Arella Guirantes, Sr., G, Rutgers
2020-21 MEDIA BIG TEN PRESEASON RANKINGS 1. Indiana 2. Northwestern 3. Maryland 4. Michigan 5. Ohio State
2020-21 MEDIA PRESEASON ALL-BIG TEN TEAM Grace Berger, Jr., G, Indiana Ali Patberg, Sr., G, Indiana Monika Czinano, Jr., F/C, Iowa Ashley Owusu, So., G, Maryland Naz Hillmon, Jr., F, Michigan Nia Clouden, Jr., G, Michigan State Veronica Burton, Jr., G, Northwestern LINDSEY PULLIAM, Sr., G, Northwestern Dorka Juhász, Jr., F, Ohio State ARELLA GUIRANTES, Sr., G, Rutgers
2020-21 MEDIA BIG TEN PRESEASON PLAYER OF THE YEAR Lindsey Pulliam, Sr., G, Northwestern
Big West Conference
Coaches Poll Results 1. UC Davis (6) 114 2. UC Irvine (2) 101 3. UC Santa Barbara 92 4. Cal Poly (2) 83 5. Hawai'i 71 6. Long Beach State 69 7. Cal State Fullerton 56 8. CSU Bakersfield (1) 48 9. CSUN 36 10. UC Riverside 32 11. UC San Diego 25
They have not announced all conference team(s)
Colonial Athletic Association
2020-21 CAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH
  1. James Madison (6 first-place votes) 76
  2. Drexel (2 first-place votes) 65
  3. Towson (1 first-place vote) 60 t4. Elon (1 first-place vote) 54 t4. Northeastern 54
  4. Delaware 44
  5. Charleston 36
  6. William & Mary 33
  7. UNCW 15
  8. Hofstra 12
2020-21 CAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL PRESEASON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS
First Team Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown/High School Jasmine Dickey, Delaware Jr. G/F 5-10 Baltimore, Md./Catonsville Alexis Hill, Northeastern Jr. F 5-11 Lebanon, Pa./Lebanon Catholic Kiki Jefferson, James Madison So. G 6-1 Lancaster, Pa./Lancaster Catholic Kionna Jeter, Towson Sr. G 5-8 Spartanburg, S.C./Spartanburg Keishana Washington, Drexel Jr. G 5-7 Pickering, Ontario/Durham Prep
Second Team Cl. Pos. Ht. Hometown/High School Stella Clark, Northeastern Sr. G 5-4 Sea Girt, N.J./Manasquan Ariel Colon, Elon Sr. G 5-10 Orlando, Fla./Ocoee Arynn Eady, Charleston Jr. F 6-1 Atlanta, Ga./St. Francis Jaylen Hines, Hofstra Jr. F 5-10 Clinton, Md./Elizabeth Seton Latrice Perkins, Charleston Jr. G 5-11 Winder, Ga./Winder-Barrow
CAA Preseason Player of the Year: Kionna Jeter, Towson
Honorable Mention: Tyler Collins, Jr., G, Charleston; Hannah Nihill, Sr., G, Drexel; Carol-Anne Obusek, Sr., F, UNCW; Brie Perpignan, Jr., G, Elon; Brianna Tinsley, Jr., G, James Madison; Sydney Wagner, Jr., G, William & Mary
Conference USA
2020-21 C-USA Preseason Poll (first-place votes) 1. Middle Tennessee (8) 2. Rice (3) 3. Old Dominion (3) 4. Charlotte 5. WKU 6. UTEP 7. UAB 8. North Texas 9. Louisiana Tech 10. Florida Atlantic 11. Southern Miss 12. Marshall 13. UTSA 14. FIU 2020-21 C-USA Preseason Team Mariah Linney, Charlotte Amber Dixon, Louisiana Tech Savannah Wheeler, Marshall Aislynn Hayes, Middle Tennessee *Anastasia Hayes, Middle Tennessee *Nancy Mulkey, Rice Amari Young, Old Dominion Ajah Wayne, Old Dominion Katia Gallegos, UTEP
*Preseason Players of the Year
Horizon League
2020-21 #HLWBB Preseason Poll Results Pl. Team – Pts. (First-place votes) 1. IUPUI – 144 (12) 2. Green Bay – 120 3. Wright State – 118 4. Northern Kentucky – 105 5. Robert Morris – 88 6. Youngstown State – 84 7. Milwaukee – 76 8. Cleveland State – 64 9. Oakland – 54 10. Detroit Mercy – 38 11. Purdue Fort Wayne – 24 12. UIC – 21
Preseason Player of the Year Macee Williams, IUPUI
Preseason First Team (alphabetical order by school) Mariah White, Cleveland State Macee Williams, IUPUI Ally Niece, Northern Kentucky Angel Baker, Wright State Chelsea Olson, Youngstown State
Preseason Second Team (alphabetical order by school) Caitlyn Hibner, Green Bay Rachel McLimore, IUPUI Brandi Bisping, Milwaukee Kahlaijah Dean, Oakland Shamarre Hale, Wright State
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference
Preseason Coaches’ Poll 1 Manhattan (5) 109 T2 Fairfield (4) 108 T2 Quinnipiac (2) 108 4 Marist 82 5 Iona 66 6 Siena 65 7 Rider 61 8 Monmouth 49 9 Saint Peter’s 39 10 Niagara 20 11 Canisius 19
Preseason Player of the Year Lou Lopez-Senechal - Fairfield
Preseason All-MAAC First Team Player Position Year Institution Katie Armstrong Guard/Forward Gr. Fairfield Lou Lopez-Senechal* Forward Jr. Fairfield Juana Camilion Guard Jr. Iona Emily LaPointe Guard So. Manhattan Courtney Warley* Center Sr. Manhattan *Denotes unanimous selection.
Preseason All-MAAC Second Team Player Position Year Institution Lucy Thomas Forward Jr. Monmouth Shaq Edwards Guard Sr. Quinnipiac Mikala Morris Forward/Center So. Quinnipiac Amanda Mobley Guard Jr. Rider Taiah Thornton Guard R-Sr. Saint Peter’s
Preseason All-MAAC Third Team Player Position Year Institution Paulla Weekes Forward R-So. Iona Gabby Cajou Guard Gr. Manhattan Willow Duffell Forward Sr. Marist Amari Anthony Guard Jr. Siena Rayshel Brown Guard Sr. Siena
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference
2020-21 Predicted Order of Finish As voted on by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors; first-place votes are in parentheses
NORTHERN DIVISION School Points Norfolk State (12) 108 Morgan State (5) 105 Delaware State (1) 86 Howard 69 Maryland Eastern Shore (3) 61 Coppin State (1) 33 SOUTHERN DIVISION School Points Bethune-Cookman (18) 106 North Carolina A&T State (4) 85 North Carolina Central 69 South Carolina State 37 Florida A&M 33
2020-21 Preseason All-MEAC Teams As voted on by the league’s head coaches and sports information directors
Preseason Player of the Year: Amaya Scott, Bethune-Cookman
FIRST TEAM Name Pos. Ht. Class School Hometown Daniella Hatcher G 5-8 r-Sr. Bethune-Cookman Orlando, Fla. Amaya Scott F 6-1 Sr. Bethune-Cookman Sunrise, Fla. Jayla Thornton G 5-9 Sr. Howard Newark, N.J. Dahnye Redd F 5-11 r-Sr. Morgan State Darby, Pa. Anissa Rivera F 6-1 So. North Carolina Central Capitol Heights, Md.
SECOND TEAM Name Pos. Ht. Class School Hometown Sharajah Collins G/F 5-7 Sr. Delaware State Winter Haven, Fla. Ashia McCalla G 5-6 Jr. Morgan State Greenbelt, Md. Deja Winters F 5-11 Sr. North Carolina A&T State Cleveland, Ohio Kieche White G 5-4 Sr. North Carolina Central Washington, D.C. Heniaya Moton G 5-7 Sr. South Carolina State Washington, D.C.
THIRD TEAM Name Pos. Ht. Class School Hometown Aliyah Lawson G 5-7 Jr. Coppin State Whitby, Ontario Lyric Turner G 5-7 Sr. Delaware State Mansfield, Texas Krislyn Marsh F 6-0 Jr. Howard Houston, Texas Brooklyn Bailey G 5-4 Jr. Maryland Eastern Shore Rock Hill, S.C. Jayla Jones-Pack F/C 6-3 Sr. North Carolina A&T State Amityville, N.Y.
Missouri Valley Conference
2020-21 PRESEASON POLLRank Team (1st-place votes) Points 1. Missouri State (33) .....................................360 2. Bradley (7) ...................................................328 3. UNI ..............................................................288 4. Drake ...........................................................282 5. Illinois State .................................................223 6. Southern Illinois ..........................................201 7. Valparaiso ....................................................176 8. Loyola ...........................................................133 9. Indiana State ...............................................129 10. Evansville .......................................................80
Preseason All-Conference Team Brice Calip, Missouri State Jasmine Franklin, Missouri State Gabi Haack, Bradley Lasha Petree, Bradley Karli Rucker, UNI
Northeast Conference
  1. Mount St. Mary’s
  2. Sacred Heart
  3. Saint Francis U
  4. Fairleigh Dickinson
  5. Long Island U
  6. Wagner
  7. Merrimack
  8. Bryant
  9. St. Francis Brooklyn
  10. Central Connecticut
Preseason All-NEC team St. Francis Brooklyn’s Nevena Dimitrijevic (Kragujevac, Serbia) Sacred Heart’s Adrianne Hagood (Washington, DC) Mount St. Mary’s Michaela Harrison (Cleveland, OH) Wagner’s Emilija Krista Grava (Ligatne, Latvia) LIU’s Brandy Thomas (Baldwin, NY)
Ohio Valley Conference
2020-21 OVC Women’s Basketball Predicted Order of Finish 1. UT Martin (22 first-place votes) - 242 2. Belmont - 210 3. Southeast Missouri (Two first-place votes) - 206 4. Tennessee Tech - 172 5. Eastern Illinois - 157 6. Jacksonville State - 129 7. Morehead State - 119 8. Murray State - 106 9. Austin Peay - 104 10. Eastern Kentucky - 73 11. SIUE - 36 12 Tennessee State – 29
2020-21 Preseason All-Ohio Valley Conference Women’s Basketball Team Chelsey Perry, UT Martin* Tesia Thompson, Southeast Missouri* Maddie Waldrop, UT Martin* Karle Pace, Eastern Illinois* Macey Turley, Murray State* Kesha Brady, Tennessee Tech* Lariah Washington, Eastern Illinois*% Alexis Burpo, Murray State# Ariel Kirkwood, Morehead State#% Jamilyn Kinney, Belmont# Taylor Hawks, Jacksonville State#
Southern Conference
2020-21 Preseason Southern Conference Coaches Poll Team (1st-place votes) Total 1. Mercer (5) 45 2. Chattanooga (1) 39 3. Samford 33 4. Furman (1) 31 5. UNCG (1) 30 6. Wofford 24 7. ETSU 15 8. Western Carolina 7
2020-21 Preseason Player of the Year Shannon Titus, Sr., G/F, Mercer
2020-21 Preseason All-Southern Conference Team E’Lease Stafford, Jr., G/F, ETSU Tierra Hodges, R-Sr., G/F, Furman Jaron Dougherty, Jr., F, Mercer Shannon Titus, Sr., G/F, Mercer Aja Boyd, R-Sr., F/G, UNCG Natalie Armstrong, Sr., F, Samford Bria Dial, Sr., G, Chattanooga Eboni Williams, Jr., F, Chattanooga Lauren LaPlant, R-Sr., G, Western Carolina Jamari McDavid, Sr., F, Wofford
2020-21 Preseason Southern Conference Media Poll Team (1st-place votes) Total 1. Chattanooga (8) 115 2. Samford (4) 111 3. Mercer (2) 100 4. Furman (3) 89 UNCG (1) 89 6. Wofford 68 7. ETSU 52 8. Western Carolina 24
Southland Conference
2020-21 Southland Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll School (First-place votes) Total 1. Stephen F. Austin (14) 275 2. Sam Houston State (5) 257 3. Abilene Christian (4) 250 4. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (3) 216 5. Southeastern Louisiana 160 6. Central Arkansas 157 7. New Orleans 153 8. Lamar 144 9. Nicholls 127 10. UIW 126 11. Houston Baptist 72 12. McNeese 48 13. Northwestern State 43
2020-21 Southland Conference Women’s Basketball Preseason All-Conference Teams First Team School Pos. Class Hometown Anna McLeod Abilene Christian G Sr. Houston, Texas Faith Cook Sam Houston State G Sr. Baytown, Texas Amber Leggett* Sam Houston State F Jr. Navarre, Florida Aiyana Johnson* Stephen F. Austin F/C Jr. Lee’s Summit, Mo. Stephanie Visscher* Stephen F. Austin G Jr. Lulea, Sweden
Second Team School Pos. Class Hometown Makayla Mabry Abilene Christian F Sr. San Antonio, Texas Angel Hastings Lamar G Jr. San Antonio, Texas Jadyn Pimentel Lamar G Sr. St. Louis, Mo. Morgan Carrier Southeastern Louisiana G Sr. New Iberia, La. Zya Nugent Stephen F. Austin G So. Denison, Texas
Southwestern Athletic Conference
2020-21 SWAC Predicted Order of Finish 1. Jackson State (159) 2. Texas Southern (148) 3. Southern (132) 4. Alabama A&M (112) 5. Prairie View A&M (96) 6. Alabama State (81) 7. Grambling State (70) 8. Arkansas-Pine Bluff (65) 9. Alcorn State (46) 10. Mississippi Valley State (26) 2020-21 SWAC Preseason Player of the Year Ameshya Williams- Jackson State
2020-21 SWAC Preseason Defensive Player of the Year Ameshya Williams- Jackson State
2020-21 Preseason All-SWAC First Team
Position Name Classification School Hometown Guard Justice Coleman Senior Grambling State Baton Rouge, La. Guard Dayzsha Rogan Senior Jackson State Ripley, Miss. Forward Niya Mitchell Graduate Texas Southern Bay City, Texas Forward Dariauna Lewis Junior Alabama A&M Omaha, Neb. Center Ameshya Williams Senior Jackson State Gulfport, Miss.
2020-21 Preseason All-SWAC Second Team
Position Name Classification School Hometown Guard Ataiya Bridges Senior Texas Southern Lanett, Ala. Guard Deshawna Harper Senior Alabama A&M Indianapolis, Ind. Guard Jayla Crawford Junior Alabama State Birmingham, Ala. Guard Ayana Emmanuel Junior Alabama State Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Guard Nigeria Jones Senior Alabama A&M Lincoln, Neb.
Sun Belt Conference
Women's Basketball 2020-21 Preseason Coaches Poll: Troy 140 (9) UTA 115 (1) South Alabama 112 (1) Louisiana 111 (1) Little Rock 99 Coastal Carolina 83 Arkansas State 78 App State 56 Georgia State 44 Georgia Southern 41 Texas State 37 ULM 20
East Troy South Alabama Coastal Carolina App State Georgia State Georgia Southern
West UTA Louisiana Little Rock Arkansas State Texas State ULM
Women's Basketball Preseason Player of the Year Antoinette Lewis, South Alabama (#35, Sr, C - Memphis, Tenn.)
Women's Basketball Preseason All-Conference First Team Antoinette Lewis, South Alabama Ty'Reona Doucet, Louisiana Alexus Dye, Troy Aja Blount, Coastal Carolina Savannah Jones, South Alabama
Women's Basketball Preseason All-Conference Second Team Teal Battle, Little Rock Pre Stanley, App State Jasmine Robinson, Troy Da'Nasia Hood, Texas State Taylor Hosendove, Georgia State
Women's Basketball Preseason All-Conference Third Team Jireh Washington, Arkansas State Claire Chastain, UTA Brandi Williams, Louisiana Felmas Koranga, Troy Katie Ferrell, UTA
The Summit League
Preseason Poll Rank School (1st Place Votes) Points 1. South Dakota (25) 587 2. South Dakota State (11) 566 3. Western Illinois 389 4. Oral Roberts 376 5 North Dakota State 371 6. Kansas City 323 7. Denver 300 8. North Dakota 203 9. Omaha 124
2020-21 Preseason Summit League Player of the Year Hannah Sjerven – South Dakota
Preseason All-Summit League First Team Paiton Burckhard, South Dakota State, Jr., F (14.2 ppg/5.7 rpg/1.8 apg) Chloe Lamb, South Dakota, Sr., G (11.2 ppg/3.3 rpg/1.5 apg) Keni Jo Lippe, Oral Roberts, Sr., G (18.5 ppg/8.0 rpg/2.5 apg) Mariah Murdie, Omaha, Jr., F (11.1 ppg/6.0 rpg/1.2 bpg) Myah Selland, South Dakota State, Jr., F (13.8 ppg/5.0 rpg/3.0 apg) Hannah Sjerven, South Dakota, Sr., F (12.2 ppg/7.3 rpg/2.0 bpg)*
Preseason All-Summit League Second Team Monica Arens, South Dakota, Sr., G (9.3 ppg/3.9 rpg/1.8 apg) Julia Fleecs, North Dakota, Jr., F (12.2 ppg/4.8 rpg/0.7 apg) Tylee Irwin, South Dakota State, Sr., F (8.5 ppg/5.1 rpg/2.3 apg) Tori Nelson, South Dakota State, So., F (9.7 ppg/3.9 rpg/1.0 spg) Evan Zars, Western Illinois, Jr., F (9.1 ppg/9.3 rpg/1.5 bpg)
*Preseason player of the year automatically earns a spot on the first team
West Coast Conference
2020-21 WCC Preseason Women’s Basketball Coaches Poll Team (First Place Vote) Pts. 1. Gonzaga (7) 79 2. BYU (2) 73 3. Portland (1) 64 4. San Diego 53 5. Saint Mary’s 44 6. Pacific 42 7. Pepperdine 28 8. LMU 25 9. Santa Clara 22 10. San Francisco 20
2020-21 All-WCC Preseason Women’s Basketball Team Name Year Pos. Institution Haylee Andrews Jr. G Portland Alex Fowler So. F Portland Shaylee Gonzales So. G BYU Sara Hamson Sr. C BYU Valerie Higgins Sr. G Pacific Paisley Johnson Harding Sr. G BYU Brooklyn McDavid Sr. F Pacific Myah Pace Sr. G San Diego Sam Simons Jr. G Saint Mary’s Jill Townsend Sr. G Gonzaga Jenn Wirth Sr. F Gonzaga
Western Athletic Conference
2020-21 Preseason Women's Basketball Media Poll Rank Team (1st Place Votes) Points T1. California Baptist (5) 61 2. Utah Valley (1) 60 3. UT Rio Grande Valley 56 4. NM State (1) 53 5. Seattle U 41 6. Grand Canyon (1) 39 7. Tarleton 23 8. Dixie State 17 9. Chicago State 10
2020-21 Preseason Women's Basketball Media All-WAC Teams First Team Ane Olaeta, California Baptist Amara Graham, UT Rio Grande Valley Maria Carvalho, Utah Valley Aaliyah Prince, NM State Britney Thomas, California Baptist
Second Team Josie Williams, Utah Valley Courtney Murphy, Seattle U Georgia Dale, California Baptist Caitlyn Harper, California Baptist Soufia Inoussa, NM State
Preseason Player of the Year: Ane Olaeta, California Baptist
The MAC, the Mountain West, the Pac-12, the Patriot League, and the SEC haven’t announced anything yet. The Ivy League is not playing this season due to COVID-19.
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2020.10.27 18:48 BhushanAM HOW TO MANIFEST LOVE INTO YOUR LIFE...By Jasmine.

Talking about manifesting love and relationships is one of my favorite things to teach on and talk about because it was one of the very first things I began playing with manifestation wise. Growing up I saw dysfunctional relationships all around me. I was not born into a family that taught me about healthy relationships, what it looked like to be in love, or even where to find that.
I remember being 8 years old and listening to my aunt and her husband fight in the other room for the hundredth time that night. I was young, but I decided then and there that I would not have that kind of love. All I knew for sure was the kind of love I had witnessed up until that point which was chaos, fighting, and separation but I was willing to see things differently so like the little scientist I’ve always been at heart, I sat out to look for proof it could be different.
I actually have a memory box of stuff I’ve saved since I was a kid now and one of my favorite things inside of it is a picture of one of my cousins and his girlfriend at the time at a family wedding. It’s a candid picture the photographer took and they are gazing into each others eyes totally unaware they are being photographed. I remember seeing it in our photo album and feeling my heart swell: they were so in love. It was palpable. The intensity coming from the picture was all the convincing I needed and I took it from the photo album and stashed it in my memory box. On the back I wrote in pen “Proof”.
That was only the beginning for me and I began to hunt for love everywhere I went. At the grocery store, at restaurants we went to, in books, in movies. I began a process I now call when I am teaching manifestation “building faith”. I was changing my mind, little by little and day by day.
As you can tell, I started unlearning all the unhelpful stories about love very early on and began building my faith, setting my intentions, and manifesting what I truly craved: life changing, deep, passionate, beautiful love. As a result, I have very little resistance around love and in this post I’m going to break down how you can begin to unlearn your own stories about love and how you can manifest you own beautiful love!
  1. Start Building Your Faith
The first step is to assess what you already believe about love and relationships. Just like everything else. we are taught rules about things based on what we observed as children from our parents but also the world around us. So the first thing you need to do is ask yourself is do you think true love is even real? And if you do believe it is real, do you believe you can have it? What kinds of things do you find yourself saying about love/dating? If you find that your beliefs and examples of relationships were less than perfect just like I did when I was 8, it is time to start building your faith! When it comes to the brain we will always find proof of the things we are actively looking for. Start to think about yellow cars and suddenly they are all you will see! Same thing goes for love. Start actively looking for it and you will start to find it everywhere. Just like I did when I was little, start to create a list of every time you observe the kind of love you desire for yourself. This could be seeing couples be sweet to each other in public, this could be seeing the love between people in your own family, or even examples on social media, it doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that you do this until you believe it is possible and it can happen for you.
Depending on your unique upbringing and life experience you might have a lot to sort through, unlearn, and reprogram. That’s okay. I had no examples of the kind of relationship I hoped to have when I got older as a kid and for a long time, I didn’t even believe love was real as a way to protect myself. However, as I started to build my faith those defenses fell away and I began to think that love did not have to look like the chaos I was so familiar with. So start to seek out examples of the kind of love you crave, and begin to disprove the stories that say love isn’t real, you don’t deserve it, it’s hard to find, or whatever other untrue things your brain is telling you. No matter what, the ultimate truth is that you can manifest love and you deserve it.
  1. Get Very Specific And Unapologetic
When it comes to how to manifest love and attract a soul partner you need to know what you really want. So many people are caught up in just wanting any relationship that they don’t think to get clear on what kind of relationship they actually want. When we don’t set clear standards for things we tend to just manifest whatever we subconsciously expect. Which, if you grew up seeing dysfunctional love, or no love at all is not a good thing. So many people feel like setting too high of a standard makes finding love harder but it’s not true. It is okay to want what you want and not back down until you get it. I remember being 14 years old and feeling so weird seeing all my friends have their first boyfriends and get their first kisses and never having had a boyfriend or anything close to one. I remember talking to some of my friends one day and one of them who had just had her first kiss was telling us all about it.
It had been while playing a game of truth and dare and eventually the attention shifted to me as I was the only one hadn’t ever been kissed or had a boyfriend yet and I was asked why I never went out with anyone. I replied I wanted it to be like the movies and special. Most of friends poked fun at me and laughed saying that it was in the movies for a reason and that it was totally unrealistic to real life. I shrugged and basically channelled Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
I want the fairy tale. I want the fairy tale. Pretty woman movie ... Anyway very shortly after I ended up dating my best friend. On one of our first dates he asked me to go our towns fair and it was one of the most magical days of my life. I had my first kiss on top of the ferris wheel right when the fire works show started. I remember feeling my heart swell and thinking to myself “I waited for this.”
We dated for years after and it was a transformational experience for me. He was everything I spent my time dreaming about and convincing myself was possible. We were young but that was my very first experience with the kind of love I wanted. He was empathetic, big hearted, and such a romantic. Just like I hoped. I never had any of the terrible experiences many of my friends had when we were teenagers because he was so unlike most of the boys they talked about.
He sent the cheesy texts, he was incredibly emotionally intelligent and helped me heal so many parts of myself, he wrote poems, and best of all he never left me wondering. He was so open, always there for me, and supported me fiercely in every single thing I did. Although it didn’t work out in the long term, it was a magical experience. I have no doubt now that I manifested him and our relationship together.
I tell you this story to say don’t let anyone tell you what is unrealistic. I wanted the fairy tale whisked away type of romance and first love and it is exactly what I got. Now I want you to ask yourself what kind of love do you want? What does your dream relationship look like if anything was possible? How does this person treat you? Are they romantic, patient, adventurous, kind? What kind of things do they say to you?
Nothing is too good for you or unrealistic so don’t censor yourself. I recommend doing this in your journal or the notes on your phone to start setting a standard for the kind of love you are attracting and manifesting. The most important thing to remember is that no matter what you desire, it is out there and you do not have to settle for less.
  1. Feel The Feelings Of Love
If you are trying to manifest love it is important you start to surround yourself with these feelings and start feeling them inside. This is super important and what worked for me was watching a lot of romantic movies, reading romance novels, and integrating romance into all areas of my life. With every movie watched and book read, the kind of love I craved became more real and seemed closer and closer. When something really moves you there is rush of emotion that runs through you and that’s the kind of feelings I want you to create when it comes to love. What moves each person is different but for me it was definitely movies and books. When I watched or read romantic things I could feel inside myself what the main character was feeling. I would feel after watching those movies or reading those books that love was real, that it was for me, that someone out there would care so deeply for me, take time to understand me, and put in massive effort to be with me. For you it might be music, spending time with other people who are in love, or something else but it doesn’t actually matter. What matters is creating the feelings of being in love in your body because when you can do that the universe will reflect them back to you very fast and you will attract someone wonderful and manifest love faster than you thought possible.
A lot of dating/love coaches might say watching romance movies and reading love stories might be a bad idea and give you unrealistic or unhealthy expectations but it’s not really about modeling your relationships after movies but viewing yourself like those main characters. Special, interesting, and worthy of a fantastic and life changing love story. Just like Allie in The Notebook, Vivian in Pretty Woman, and Lara Jean in To All The Boys I loved Before. You are the main character of your own life, so of course magical, fairytale-like, and awe inspiring things happen to you. Of course great love is a part of your story.
So do whatever it takes to inspire those loving feelings inside of you. If you’re looking for things to watch I honestly recommend Say I do on Netflix. The show is full of beautiful and magical love stories of the kind of stuff that is possible! Even if watching stuff isn’t your thing find what is and start to really feel it and watch stuff start to unfold and you start to manifest love with ease!
  1. Decide You Are Destined For Great Love
When any thought comes up that tries to tell you that what you want isn’t possible, or it’s too late, or no one like that exists, remember that because you desire great love that you are destined for it. When you set a new standard for something in your life it is like drawing a line in the sand. From that point on, it is this or something better. That’s what I want you to do with your love life. You are special, wonderful, and interesting, of course someone will fall in love with you. Now the question is, will you find someone to fall in love with! I think a lot of the times when we want something so bad we ignore red flags, settle, and put up with things we otherwise wouldn’t if we didn’t want the things so bad. But what if you approached love like you were destined to have an amazing love story? What if you were so sure inside yourself that the right person was out there and looking for you too? Every date and relationship you entered would look so different! Because you’d be certain that no matter what happened with that particular person or date that you were destined for great love, and there was no way you could mess that up.
When you approach love like this, all the pressure to make things work, hold on to people who aren’t a good fit, or settle fall away because there is nothing you can do to mess it up. You are destined for great love no matter what and if it’s not them, it’s someone else. When I began to practice this I experienced the most freedom I ever had in love because there was no pressure to be anything less than who I was. It didn’t matter if I laughed too loud, ordered a messy burger on a first date, or said the wrong thing because I was destined for great love, and there was no way I could mess that up. I invite you to try on this belief yourself and see how it feels and changes your love life.
  1. Remember You Are Complete All By Yourself
When you remember that you are totally complete by yourself you free yourself from desperate energy which makes it harder to manifest love. You don’t need someone else to be complete. There is no person on planet earth that could make you more cool, interesting, and awesome. You are already all these things. So when you approach love and dating with this energy, there is so much less pressure. You don’t need someone to complete you because you are already complete! Instead, you are looking for someone to compliment you and support you! When you approach relationships this way the other person can sense there is no pressure to complete you and instead they can feel free to be themselves and enjoy you instead of worry about completing you. Of course you get to have great love, but you don’t need it to be complete. It is okay to want it, but when you feel like your worth is dependent on another person it is time to go inward and fill yourself up first.
I hope you enjoyed this post and until next time,
Don’t give up on your daydreams!
Let me know your thoughts?
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2020.10.27 18:47 BhushanAM HOW TO MANIFEST LOVE INTO YOUR LIFE...By Jasmine.

Talking about manifesting love and relationships is one of my favorite things to teach on and talk about because it was one of the very first things I began playing with manifestation wise. Growing up I saw dysfunctional relationships all around me. I was not born into a family that taught me about healthy relationships, what it looked like to be in love, or even where to find that.
I remember being 8 years old and listening to my aunt and her husband fight in the other room for the hundredth time that night. I was young, but I decided then and there that I would not have that kind of love. All I knew for sure was the kind of love I had witnessed up until that point which was chaos, fighting, and separation but I was willing to see things differently so like the little scientist I’ve always been at heart, I sat out to look for proof it could be different.
I actually have a memory box of stuff I’ve saved since I was a kid now and one of my favorite things inside of it is a picture of one of my cousins and his girlfriend at the time at a family wedding. It’s a candid picture the photographer took and they are gazing into each others eyes totally unaware they are being photographed. I remember seeing it in our photo album and feeling my heart swell: they were so in love. It was palpable. The intensity coming from the picture was all the convincing I needed and I took it from the photo album and stashed it in my memory box. On the back I wrote in pen “Proof”.
That was only the beginning for me and I began to hunt for love everywhere I went. At the grocery store, at restaurants we went to, in books, in movies. I began a process I now call when I am teaching manifestation “building faith”. I was changing my mind, little by little and day by day.
As you can tell, I started unlearning all the unhelpful stories about love very early on and began building my faith, setting my intentions, and manifesting what I truly craved: life changing, deep, passionate, beautiful love. As a result, I have very little resistance around love and in this post I’m going to break down how you can begin to unlearn your own stories about love and how you can manifest you own beautiful love!
  1. Start Building Your Faith
The first step is to assess what you already believe about love and relationships. Just like everything else. we are taught rules about things based on what we observed as children from our parents but also the world around us. So the first thing you need to do is ask yourself is do you think true love is even real? And if you do believe it is real, do you believe you can have it? What kinds of things do you find yourself saying about love/dating? If you find that your beliefs and examples of relationships were less than perfect just like I did when I was 8, it is time to start building your faith! When it comes to the brain we will always find proof of the things we are actively looking for. Start to think about yellow cars and suddenly they are all you will see! Same thing goes for love. Start actively looking for it and you will start to find it everywhere. Just like I did when I was little, start to create a list of every time you observe the kind of love you desire for yourself. This could be seeing couples be sweet to each other in public, this could be seeing the love between people in your own family, or even examples on social media, it doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that you do this until you believe it is possible and it can happen for you.
Depending on your unique upbringing and life experience you might have a lot to sort through, unlearn, and reprogram. That’s okay. I had no examples of the kind of relationship I hoped to have when I got older as a kid and for a long time, I didn’t even believe love was real as a way to protect myself. However, as I started to build my faith those defenses fell away and I began to think that love did not have to look like the chaos I was so familiar with. So start to seek out examples of the kind of love you crave, and begin to disprove the stories that say love isn’t real, you don’t deserve it, it’s hard to find, or whatever other untrue things your brain is telling you. No matter what, the ultimate truth is that you can manifest love and you deserve it.
  1. Get Very Specific And Unapologetic
When it comes to how to manifest love and attract a soul partner you need to know what you really want. So many people are caught up in just wanting any relationship that they don’t think to get clear on what kind of relationship they actually want. When we don’t set clear standards for things we tend to just manifest whatever we subconsciously expect. Which, if you grew up seeing dysfunctional love, or no love at all is not a good thing. So many people feel like setting too high of a standard makes finding love harder but it’s not true. It is okay to want what you want and not back down until you get it. I remember being 14 years old and feeling so weird seeing all my friends have their first boyfriends and get their first kisses and never having had a boyfriend or anything close to one. I remember talking to some of my friends one day and one of them who had just had her first kiss was telling us all about it.
It had been while playing a game of truth and dare and eventually the attention shifted to me as I was the only one hadn’t ever been kissed or had a boyfriend yet and I was asked why I never went out with anyone. I replied I wanted it to be like the movies and special. Most of friends poked fun at me and laughed saying that it was in the movies for a reason and that it was totally unrealistic to real life. I shrugged and basically channelled Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
I want the fairy tale. I want the fairy tale. Pretty woman movie ... Anyway very shortly after I ended up dating my best friend. On one of our first dates he asked me to go our towns fair and it was one of the most magical days of my life. I had my first kiss on top of the ferris wheel right when the fire works show started. I remember feeling my heart swell and thinking to myself “I waited for this.”
We dated for years after and it was a transformational experience for me. He was everything I spent my time dreaming about and convincing myself was possible. We were young but that was my very first experience with the kind of love I wanted. He was empathetic, big hearted, and such a romantic. Just like I hoped. I never had any of the terrible experiences many of my friends had when we were teenagers because he was so unlike most of the boys they talked about.
He sent the cheesy texts, he was incredibly emotionally intelligent and helped me heal so many parts of myself, he wrote poems, and best of all he never left me wondering. He was so open, always there for me, and supported me fiercely in every single thing I did. Although it didn’t work out in the long term, it was a magical experience. I have no doubt now that I manifested him and our relationship together.
I tell you this story to say don’t let anyone tell you what is unrealistic. I wanted the fairy tale whisked away type of romance and first love and it is exactly what I got. Now I want you to ask yourself what kind of love do you want? What does your dream relationship look like if anything was possible? How does this person treat you? Are they romantic, patient, adventurous, kind? What kind of things do they say to you?
Nothing is too good for you or unrealistic so don’t censor yourself. I recommend doing this in your journal or the notes on your phone to start setting a standard for the kind of love you are attracting and manifesting. The most important thing to remember is that no matter what you desire, it is out there and you do not have to settle for less.
  1. Feel The Feelings Of Love
If you are trying to manifest love it is important you start to surround yourself with these feelings and start feeling them inside. This is super important and what worked for me was watching a lot of romantic movies, reading romance novels, and integrating romance into all areas of my life. With every movie watched and book read, the kind of love I craved became more real and seemed closer and closer. When something really moves you there is rush of emotion that runs through you and that’s the kind of feelings I want you to create when it comes to love. What moves each person is different but for me it was definitely movies and books. When I watched or read romantic things I could feel inside myself what the main character was feeling. I would feel after watching those movies or reading those books that love was real, that it was for me, that someone out there would care so deeply for me, take time to understand me, and put in massive effort to be with me. For you it might be music, spending time with other people who are in love, or something else but it doesn’t actually matter. What matters is creating the feelings of being in love in your body because when you can do that the universe will reflect them back to you very fast and you will attract someone wonderful and manifest love faster than you thought possible.
A lot of dating/love coaches might say watching romance movies and reading love stories might be a bad idea and give you unrealistic or unhealthy expectations but it’s not really about modeling your relationships after movies but viewing yourself like those main characters. Special, interesting, and worthy of a fantastic and life changing love story. Just like Allie in The Notebook, Vivian in Pretty Woman, and Lara Jean in To All The Boys I loved Before. You are the main character of your own life, so of course magical, fairytale-like, and awe inspiring things happen to you. Of course great love is a part of your story.
So do whatever it takes to inspire those loving feelings inside of you. If you’re looking for things to watch I honestly recommend Say I do on Netflix. The show is full of beautiful and magical love stories of the kind of stuff that is possible! Even if watching stuff isn’t your thing find what is and start to really feel it and watch stuff start to unfold and you start to manifest love with ease!
  1. Decide You Are Destined For Great Love
When any thought comes up that tries to tell you that what you want isn’t possible, or it’s too late, or no one like that exists, remember that because you desire great love that you are destined for it. When you set a new standard for something in your life it is like drawing a line in the sand. From that point on, it is this or something better. That’s what I want you to do with your love life. You are special, wonderful, and interesting, of course someone will fall in love with you. Now the question is, will you find someone to fall in love with! I think a lot of the times when we want something so bad we ignore red flags, settle, and put up with things we otherwise wouldn’t if we didn’t want the things so bad. But what if you approached love like you were destined to have an amazing love story? What if you were so sure inside yourself that the right person was out there and looking for you too? Every date and relationship you entered would look so different! Because you’d be certain that no matter what happened with that particular person or date that you were destined for great love, and there was no way you could mess that up.
When you approach love like this, all the pressure to make things work, hold on to people who aren’t a good fit, or settle fall away because there is nothing you can do to mess it up. You are destined for great love no matter what and if it’s not them, it’s someone else. When I began to practice this I experienced the most freedom I ever had in love because there was no pressure to be anything less than who I was. It didn’t matter if I laughed too loud, ordered a messy burger on a first date, or said the wrong thing because I was destined for great love, and there was no way I could mess that up. I invite you to try on this belief yourself and see how it feels and changes your love life.
  1. Remember You Are Complete All By Yourself
When you remember that you are totally complete by yourself you free yourself from desperate energy which makes it harder to manifest love. You don’t need someone else to be complete. There is no person on planet earth that could make you more cool, interesting, and awesome. You are already all these things. So when you approach love and dating with this energy, there is so much less pressure. You don’t need someone to complete you because you are already complete! Instead, you are looking for someone to compliment you and support you! When you approach relationships this way the other person can sense there is no pressure to complete you and instead they can feel free to be themselves and enjoy you instead of worry about completing you. Of course you get to have great love, but you don’t need it to be complete. It is okay to want it, but when you feel like your worth is dependent on another person it is time to go inward and fill yourself up first.
I hope you enjoyed this post and until next time,
Don’t give up on your daydreams!
Let me know your thoughts?
If any of the following sound familiar… Then it's for you...
Every day, we live our lives as if we need to do everything. We are so busy that we neglect taking time for ourselves to process our emotions, address our personal issues, etc. It is when we find ourselves seated at a comfortable couch and in therapy, do we realize how we let negativity and other bad emotions and thoughts take over our lives.
If only we could find a way to refresh ourselves and reframe our minds…
That’s where the Sacred Sound Healing System comes in.
Not only will it help you release negativity and energy blockages, but it can also help boost the manifestation process.
I am using SSHS & it's amazingly working for me, my friends & the people to whom I recommended, I got amazing response from them. That's why I am sharing with you.
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2020.10.27 18:46 BhushanAM HOW TO MANIFEST LOVE INTO YOUR LIFE...By Jasmine.

Talking about manifesting love and relationships is one of my favorite things to teach on and talk about because it was one of the very first things I began playing with manifestation wise. Growing up I saw dysfunctional relationships all around me. I was not born into a family that taught me about healthy relationships, what it looked like to be in love, or even where to find that.
I remember being 8 years old and listening to my aunt and her husband fight in the other room for the hundredth time that night. I was young, but I decided then and there that I would not have that kind of love. All I knew for sure was the kind of love I had witnessed up until that point which was chaos, fighting, and separation but I was willing to see things differently so like the little scientist I’ve always been at heart, I sat out to look for proof it could be different.
I actually have a memory box of stuff I’ve saved since I was a kid now and one of my favorite things inside of it is a picture of one of my cousins and his girlfriend at the time at a family wedding. It’s a candid picture the photographer took and they are gazing into each others eyes totally unaware they are being photographed. I remember seeing it in our photo album and feeling my heart swell: they were so in love. It was palpable. The intensity coming from the picture was all the convincing I needed and I took it from the photo album and stashed it in my memory box. On the back I wrote in pen “Proof”.
That was only the beginning for me and I began to hunt for love everywhere I went. At the grocery store, at restaurants we went to, in books, in movies. I began a process I now call when I am teaching manifestation “building faith”. I was changing my mind, little by little and day by day.
As you can tell, I started unlearning all the unhelpful stories about love very early on and began building my faith, setting my intentions, and manifesting what I truly craved: life changing, deep, passionate, beautiful love. As a result, I have very little resistance around love and in this post I’m going to break down how you can begin to unlearn your own stories about love and how you can manifest you own beautiful love!
  1. Start Building Your Faith
The first step is to assess what you already believe about love and relationships. Just like everything else. we are taught rules about things based on what we observed as children from our parents but also the world around us. So the first thing you need to do is ask yourself is do you think true love is even real? And if you do believe it is real, do you believe you can have it? What kinds of things do you find yourself saying about love/dating? If you find that your beliefs and examples of relationships were less than perfect just like I did when I was 8, it is time to start building your faith! When it comes to the brain we will always find proof of the things we are actively looking for. Start to think about yellow cars and suddenly they are all you will see! Same thing goes for love. Start actively looking for it and you will start to find it everywhere. Just like I did when I was little, start to create a list of every time you observe the kind of love you desire for yourself. This could be seeing couples be sweet to each other in public, this could be seeing the love between people in your own family, or even examples on social media, it doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that you do this until you believe it is possible and it can happen for you.
Depending on your unique upbringing and life experience you might have a lot to sort through, unlearn, and reprogram. That’s okay. I had no examples of the kind of relationship I hoped to have when I got older as a kid and for a long time, I didn’t even believe love was real as a way to protect myself. However, as I started to build my faith those defenses fell away and I began to think that love did not have to look like the chaos I was so familiar with. So start to seek out examples of the kind of love you crave, and begin to disprove the stories that say love isn’t real, you don’t deserve it, it’s hard to find, or whatever other untrue things your brain is telling you. No matter what, the ultimate truth is that you can manifest love and you deserve it.
  1. Get Very Specific And Unapologetic
When it comes to how to manifest love and attract a soul partner you need to know what you really want. So many people are caught up in just wanting any relationship that they don’t think to get clear on what kind of relationship they actually want. When we don’t set clear standards for things we tend to just manifest whatever we subconsciously expect. Which, if you grew up seeing dysfunctional love, or no love at all is not a good thing. So many people feel like setting too high of a standard makes finding love harder but it’s not true. It is okay to want what you want and not back down until you get it. I remember being 14 years old and feeling so weird seeing all my friends have their first boyfriends and get their first kisses and never having had a boyfriend or anything close to one. I remember talking to some of my friends one day and one of them who had just had her first kiss was telling us all about it.
It had been while playing a game of truth and dare and eventually the attention shifted to me as I was the only one hadn’t ever been kissed or had a boyfriend yet and I was asked why I never went out with anyone. I replied I wanted it to be like the movies and special. Most of friends poked fun at me and laughed saying that it was in the movies for a reason and that it was totally unrealistic to real life. I shrugged and basically channelled Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
I want the fairy tale. I want the fairy tale. Pretty woman movie ... Anyway very shortly after I ended up dating my best friend. On one of our first dates he asked me to go our towns fair and it was one of the most magical days of my life. I had my first kiss on top of the ferris wheel right when the fire works show started. I remember feeling my heart swell and thinking to myself “I waited for this.”
We dated for years after and it was a transformational experience for me. He was everything I spent my time dreaming about and convincing myself was possible. We were young but that was my very first experience with the kind of love I wanted. He was empathetic, big hearted, and such a romantic. Just like I hoped. I never had any of the terrible experiences many of my friends had when we were teenagers because he was so unlike most of the boys they talked about.
He sent the cheesy texts, he was incredibly emotionally intelligent and helped me heal so many parts of myself, he wrote poems, and best of all he never left me wondering. He was so open, always there for me, and supported me fiercely in every single thing I did. Although it didn’t work out in the long term, it was a magical experience. I have no doubt now that I manifested him and our relationship together.
I tell you this story to say don’t let anyone tell you what is unrealistic. I wanted the fairy tale whisked away type of romance and first love and it is exactly what I got. Now I want you to ask yourself what kind of love do you want? What does your dream relationship look like if anything was possible? How does this person treat you? Are they romantic, patient, adventurous, kind? What kind of things do they say to you?
Nothing is too good for you or unrealistic so don’t censor yourself. I recommend doing this in your journal or the notes on your phone to start setting a standard for the kind of love you are attracting and manifesting. The most important thing to remember is that no matter what you desire, it is out there and you do not have to settle for less.
  1. Feel The Feelings Of Love
If you are trying to manifest love it is important you start to surround yourself with these feelings and start feeling them inside. This is super important and what worked for me was watching a lot of romantic movies, reading romance novels, and integrating romance into all areas of my life. With every movie watched and book read, the kind of love I craved became more real and seemed closer and closer. When something really moves you there is rush of emotion that runs through you and that’s the kind of feelings I want you to create when it comes to love. What moves each person is different but for me it was definitely movies and books. When I watched or read romantic things I could feel inside myself what the main character was feeling. I would feel after watching those movies or reading those books that love was real, that it was for me, that someone out there would care so deeply for me, take time to understand me, and put in massive effort to be with me. For you it might be music, spending time with other people who are in love, or something else but it doesn’t actually matter. What matters is creating the feelings of being in love in your body because when you can do that the universe will reflect them back to you very fast and you will attract someone wonderful and manifest love faster than you thought possible.
A lot of dating/love coaches might say watching romance movies and reading love stories might be a bad idea and give you unrealistic or unhealthy expectations but it’s not really about modeling your relationships after movies but viewing yourself like those main characters. Special, interesting, and worthy of a fantastic and life changing love story. Just like Allie in The Notebook, Vivian in Pretty Woman, and Lara Jean in To All The Boys I loved Before. You are the main character of your own life, so of course magical, fairytale-like, and awe inspiring things happen to you. Of course great love is a part of your story.
So do whatever it takes to inspire those loving feelings inside of you. If you’re looking for things to watch I honestly recommend Say I do on Netflix. The show is full of beautiful and magical love stories of the kind of stuff that is possible! Even if watching stuff isn’t your thing find what is and start to really feel it and watch stuff start to unfold and you start to manifest love with ease!
  1. Decide You Are Destined For Great Love
When any thought comes up that tries to tell you that what you want isn’t possible, or it’s too late, or no one like that exists, remember that because you desire great love that you are destined for it. When you set a new standard for something in your life it is like drawing a line in the sand. From that point on, it is this or something better. That’s what I want you to do with your love life. You are special, wonderful, and interesting, of course someone will fall in love with you. Now the question is, will you find someone to fall in love with! I think a lot of the times when we want something so bad we ignore red flags, settle, and put up with things we otherwise wouldn’t if we didn’t want the things so bad. But what if you approached love like you were destined to have an amazing love story? What if you were so sure inside yourself that the right person was out there and looking for you too? Every date and relationship you entered would look so different! Because you’d be certain that no matter what happened with that particular person or date that you were destined for great love, and there was no way you could mess that up.
When you approach love like this, all the pressure to make things work, hold on to people who aren’t a good fit, or settle fall away because there is nothing you can do to mess it up. You are destined for great love no matter what and if it’s not them, it’s someone else. When I began to practice this I experienced the most freedom I ever had in love because there was no pressure to be anything less than who I was. It didn’t matter if I laughed too loud, ordered a messy burger on a first date, or said the wrong thing because I was destined for great love, and there was no way I could mess that up. I invite you to try on this belief yourself and see how it feels and changes your love life.
  1. Remember You Are Complete All By Yourself
When you remember that you are totally complete by yourself you free yourself from desperate energy which makes it harder to manifest love. You don’t need someone else to be complete. There is no person on planet earth that could make you more cool, interesting, and awesome. You are already all these things. So when you approach love and dating with this energy, there is so much less pressure. You don’t need someone to complete you because you are already complete! Instead, you are looking for someone to compliment you and support you! When you approach relationships this way the other person can sense there is no pressure to complete you and instead they can feel free to be themselves and enjoy you instead of worry about completing you. Of course you get to have great love, but you don’t need it to be complete. It is okay to want it, but when you feel like your worth is dependent on another person it is time to go inward and fill yourself up first.
I hope you enjoyed this post and until next time,
Don’t give up on your daydreams!
Let me know your thoughts?
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2020.10.27 18:45 BhushanAM HOW TO MANIFEST LOVE INTO YOUR LIFE...By Jasmine.

Talking about manifesting love and relationships is one of my favorite things to teach on and talk about because it was one of the very first things I began playing with manifestation wise. Growing up I saw dysfunctional relationships all around me. I was not born into a family that taught me about healthy relationships, what it looked like to be in love, or even where to find that.
I remember being 8 years old and listening to my aunt and her husband fight in the other room for the hundredth time that night. I was young, but I decided then and there that I would not have that kind of love. All I knew for sure was the kind of love I had witnessed up until that point which was chaos, fighting, and separation but I was willing to see things differently so like the little scientist I’ve always been at heart, I sat out to look for proof it could be different.
I actually have a memory box of stuff I’ve saved since I was a kid now and one of my favorite things inside of it is a picture of one of my cousins and his girlfriend at the time at a family wedding. It’s a candid picture the photographer took and they are gazing into each others eyes totally unaware they are being photographed. I remember seeing it in our photo album and feeling my heart swell: they were so in love. It was palpable. The intensity coming from the picture was all the convincing I needed and I took it from the photo album and stashed it in my memory box. On the back I wrote in pen “Proof”.
That was only the beginning for me and I began to hunt for love everywhere I went. At the grocery store, at restaurants we went to, in books, in movies. I began a process I now call when I am teaching manifestation “building faith”. I was changing my mind, little by little and day by day.
As you can tell, I started unlearning all the unhelpful stories about love very early on and began building my faith, setting my intentions, and manifesting what I truly craved: life changing, deep, passionate, beautiful love. As a result, I have very little resistance around love and in this post I’m going to break down how you can begin to unlearn your own stories about love and how you can manifest you own beautiful love!
  1. Start Building Your Faith
The first step is to assess what you already believe about love and relationships. Just like everything else. we are taught rules about things based on what we observed as children from our parents but also the world around us. So the first thing you need to do is ask yourself is do you think true love is even real? And if you do believe it is real, do you believe you can have it? What kinds of things do you find yourself saying about love/dating? If you find that your beliefs and examples of relationships were less than perfect just like I did when I was 8, it is time to start building your faith! When it comes to the brain we will always find proof of the things we are actively looking for. Start to think about yellow cars and suddenly they are all you will see! Same thing goes for love. Start actively looking for it and you will start to find it everywhere. Just like I did when I was little, start to create a list of every time you observe the kind of love you desire for yourself. This could be seeing couples be sweet to each other in public, this could be seeing the love between people in your own family, or even examples on social media, it doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that you do this until you believe it is possible and it can happen for you.
Depending on your unique upbringing and life experience you might have a lot to sort through, unlearn, and reprogram. That’s okay. I had no examples of the kind of relationship I hoped to have when I got older as a kid and for a long time, I didn’t even believe love was real as a way to protect myself. However, as I started to build my faith those defenses fell away and I began to think that love did not have to look like the chaos I was so familiar with. So start to seek out examples of the kind of love you crave, and begin to disprove the stories that say love isn’t real, you don’t deserve it, it’s hard to find, or whatever other untrue things your brain is telling you. No matter what, the ultimate truth is that you can manifest love and you deserve it.
  1. Get Very Specific And Unapologetic
When it comes to how to manifest love and attract a soul partner you need to know what you really want. So many people are caught up in just wanting any relationship that they don’t think to get clear on what kind of relationship they actually want. When we don’t set clear standards for things we tend to just manifest whatever we subconsciously expect. Which, if you grew up seeing dysfunctional love, or no love at all is not a good thing. So many people feel like setting too high of a standard makes finding love harder but it’s not true. It is okay to want what you want and not back down until you get it. I remember being 14 years old and feeling so weird seeing all my friends have their first boyfriends and get their first kisses and never having had a boyfriend or anything close to one. I remember talking to some of my friends one day and one of them who had just had her first kiss was telling us all about it.
It had been while playing a game of truth and dare and eventually the attention shifted to me as I was the only one hadn’t ever been kissed or had a boyfriend yet and I was asked why I never went out with anyone. I replied I wanted it to be like the movies and special. Most of friends poked fun at me and laughed saying that it was in the movies for a reason and that it was totally unrealistic to real life. I shrugged and basically channelled Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.
I want the fairy tale. I want the fairy tale. Pretty woman movie ... Anyway very shortly after I ended up dating my best friend. On one of our first dates he asked me to go our towns fair and it was one of the most magical days of my life. I had my first kiss on top of the ferris wheel right when the fire works show started. I remember feeling my heart swell and thinking to myself “I waited for this.”
We dated for years after and it was a transformational experience for me. He was everything I spent my time dreaming about and convincing myself was possible. We were young but that was my very first experience with the kind of love I wanted. He was empathetic, big hearted, and such a romantic. Just like I hoped. I never had any of the terrible experiences many of my friends had when we were teenagers because he was so unlike most of the boys they talked about.
He sent the cheesy texts, he was incredibly emotionally intelligent and helped me heal so many parts of myself, he wrote poems, and best of all he never left me wondering. He was so open, always there for me, and supported me fiercely in every single thing I did. Although it didn’t work out in the long term, it was a magical experience. I have no doubt now that I manifested him and our relationship together.
I tell you this story to say don’t let anyone tell you what is unrealistic. I wanted the fairy tale whisked away type of romance and first love and it is exactly what I got. Now I want you to ask yourself what kind of love do you want? What does your dream relationship look like if anything was possible? How does this person treat you? Are they romantic, patient, adventurous, kind? What kind of things do they say to you?
Nothing is too good for you or unrealistic so don’t censor yourself. I recommend doing this in your journal or the notes on your phone to start setting a standard for the kind of love you are attracting and manifesting. The most important thing to remember is that no matter what you desire, it is out there and you do not have to settle for less.
  1. Feel The Feelings Of Love
If you are trying to manifest love it is important you start to surround yourself with these feelings and start feeling them inside. This is super important and what worked for me was watching a lot of romantic movies, reading romance novels, and integrating romance into all areas of my life. With every movie watched and book read, the kind of love I craved became more real and seemed closer and closer. When something really moves you there is rush of emotion that runs through you and that’s the kind of feelings I want you to create when it comes to love. What moves each person is different but for me it was definitely movies and books. When I watched or read romantic things I could feel inside myself what the main character was feeling. I would feel after watching those movies or reading those books that love was real, that it was for me, that someone out there would care so deeply for me, take time to understand me, and put in massive effort to be with me. For you it might be music, spending time with other people who are in love, or something else but it doesn’t actually matter. What matters is creating the feelings of being in love in your body because when you can do that the universe will reflect them back to you very fast and you will attract someone wonderful and manifest love faster than you thought possible.
A lot of dating/love coaches might say watching romance movies and reading love stories might be a bad idea and give you unrealistic or unhealthy expectations but it’s not really about modeling your relationships after movies but viewing yourself like those main characters. Special, interesting, and worthy of a fantastic and life changing love story. Just like Allie in The Notebook, Vivian in Pretty Woman, and Lara Jean in To All The Boys I loved Before. You are the main character of your own life, so of course magical, fairytale-like, and awe inspiring things happen to you. Of course great love is a part of your story.
So do whatever it takes to inspire those loving feelings inside of you. If you’re looking for things to watch I honestly recommend Say I do on Netflix. The show is full of beautiful and magical love stories of the kind of stuff that is possible! Even if watching stuff isn’t your thing find what is and start to really feel it and watch stuff start to unfold and you start to manifest love with ease!
  1. Decide You Are Destined For Great Love
When any thought comes up that tries to tell you that what you want isn’t possible, or it’s too late, or no one like that exists, remember that because you desire great love that you are destined for it. When you set a new standard for something in your life it is like drawing a line in the sand. From that point on, it is this or something better. That’s what I want you to do with your love life. You are special, wonderful, and interesting, of course someone will fall in love with you. Now the question is, will you find someone to fall in love with! I think a lot of the times when we want something so bad we ignore red flags, settle, and put up with things we otherwise wouldn’t if we didn’t want the things so bad. But what if you approached love like you were destined to have an amazing love story? What if you were so sure inside yourself that the right person was out there and looking for you too? Every date and relationship you entered would look so different! Because you’d be certain that no matter what happened with that particular person or date that you were destined for great love, and there was no way you could mess that up.
When you approach love like this, all the pressure to make things work, hold on to people who aren’t a good fit, or settle fall away because there is nothing you can do to mess it up. You are destined for great love no matter what and if it’s not them, it’s someone else. When I began to practice this I experienced the most freedom I ever had in love because there was no pressure to be anything less than who I was. It didn’t matter if I laughed too loud, ordered a messy burger on a first date, or said the wrong thing because I was destined for great love, and there was no way I could mess that up. I invite you to try on this belief yourself and see how it feels and changes your love life.
  1. Remember You Are Complete All By Yourself
When you remember that you are totally complete by yourself you free yourself from desperate energy which makes it harder to manifest love. You don’t need someone else to be complete. There is no person on planet earth that could make you more cool, interesting, and awesome. You are already all these things. So when you approach love and dating with this energy, there is so much less pressure. You don’t need someone to complete you because you are already complete! Instead, you are looking for someone to compliment you and support you! When you approach relationships this way the other person can sense there is no pressure to complete you and instead they can feel free to be themselves and enjoy you instead of worry about completing you. Of course you get to have great love, but you don’t need it to be complete. It is okay to want it, but when you feel like your worth is dependent on another person it is time to go inward and fill yourself up first.
I hope you enjoyed this post and until next time,
Don’t give up on your daydreams!
Let me know your thoughts?
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2020.10.15 09:08 portlane Paul Schwarzkopf (May 4, 1930 - Oct. 11, 2020)

Paul Junior Schwarzkopf
May 4, 1930 - Oct. 11, 2020
Paul was born to Paul and Julia Alice Ann Schwarzkopf (née Lalumendre) in Smithland Woodbury County Iowa in 1930. Paul's family moved to Portland during WWII where his parents worked in the Van Port Shipyards supporting the war effort.
As a teenager Paul was a bike messenger in the Portland metro area.
He joined the U.S. Navy spending two years in the Coast Guard stationed on the Oregon Coast at the Yaquina Bay Lighthouse in Newport, Ore. He also served in the Army National Guard with the 237th Artillery Group in the 1950's. He met, and fell in love, with his wife Rita Shepherd in 1947 while she was living in Portland. They were married in 1948. He was a faithful member of the Catholic church.
Paul was a hard-working father of nine, who loved his children and grandchildren. He's had many jobs over the years; gas station attendant, worked for Tektronix, worked at two HiFIi shops in the Hawthorne District. During the 1980's he became the owner of the Oregon City TV Repair shop in Oregon City until he retired in the mid 90's.
He loved to go fishing, capture family moments with his many cameras, took joy waking the family every Sunday morning by blasting out sound effects or playing Tennessee Ernie Ford belting out Sixteen Tons over his high-powered speakers. Every Christmas he would tape our family's excitement and joy as the presents were opened, played our favorite Christmas albums. He also loved Halloween, scaring the neighbors with scary sound effects, Easter and the fourth of July. He took great joy in seeing his children's excitement during the holidays.
He loved his dogs his favorite was his Bull Terrier Rocky.
Paul passed away due to complications from the COVID-19 virus and pneumonia Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020 at Kaiser's, Sunnyside Hospital. We were unable to spend time with him before his passing due to COVID. He was preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Rose Hanomi; sister, Shirley Kackley (née Carmen); brothers, Larry Carmen, Robert Carmen, David Schwarzkopf; his eldest son, Dennis Schwarzkopf; and grandson, Ryan Sudlow.
He is survived by his wife of 72 years, Rita Schwarzkopf; sisters, Helen Heimbach (née Carmen), Sandy Reyes (née Carmen); his daughters, Judy Schwarzkopf, Lila Sims, Paula Moore, Laura Corlies, Elizabeth McVicker, Rita Wincsewski; his sons, Richard Schwarzkopf, Eric Schwarzkopf; 26 grandchildren; and 36 great-grandchildren.
Paul's wish was to not have a funeral or memorial service, We will honor his wish to have his ashes scattered at sea at a future date.
Please make a donation in Paul's name to:
Boys Town: https://www.boystown.org/Pages/default.aspx
Union Gospel Mission: https://ugmportland.org/donate
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=paul-junior-schwarzkopf&pid=196946816
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2020.10.12 20:42 jonisantucho Oscar Watch - Post Venice/TIFF/NYFF Edition

Several months ago, right after the last Academy Awards, I posted a long, long, long list of possible contenders that had prospects to fight for the next Oscars. It was a time of hope, of looking forward, and of positivity.
Then, COVID-19 happened.
And now, we find ourselves in a year that may change the movie industry forever, with the lack of safety of theaters in times of a pandemic accelerating the switch of mainstream audiences to streaming and VOD. These are times where some people are beginning to wonder, even after they pushed the eligibility date for two more months, why the Academy doesn’t cancel next year’s Oscars. And in this rocky terrain, we lost many contenders. Fire up the Hunger Games cannons, because these are some casualties of the season (so far).
Launched to 2021: Annette, Benedetta, Deep Water, Dune, In the Heights, King Richard, Last Night in Soho, Memoria, Nightmare Alley, Passing, Red, White and Water, Raya and the Last Dragon, The Last Duel, The Power of the Dog, Tick, Tick… Boom!, West Side Story.
Unknown status / missing in action: After Yang, Blonde, Breaking News in Yuba County, C’mon C’mon, Next Goal Wins, Stillwater, The French Dispatch, The Humans, The Tragedy of Macbeth, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Those Who Wish Me Dead.
But even if this year isn’t as loaded with clear awards candidates, there are plenty of movies that are already drawing buzz for an Oscar season that started brewing a month ago, with the kickoff of the Venice Film Festival, and will go on for six and a half more months, when the Academy Awards take place on April 25, 2021. It’s gonna be a long, weird and rocky season, which is gonna be great to see in terms of the narratives that are coming up.
-Ammonite (trailer): When people were betting on the likelier contenders of this year, many people pointed in the direction of Francis Lee’s period drama, with previous Best Actress winner Kate Winslet and constant nominee Saoirse Ronan. Going into the premiere at Toronto, people had their eyes set in this queer romance between a paleontologist and a young wife in the coasts of England during the 19th century. But then, some things happened. First, Winslet started her promotion of the movie by talking about her regret for working with Woody Allen and Roman Polanski that sounded unconvincing to the ominous Film Twitter. Then, another queer period drama, Mona Fastvold’s The World to Come, started to take the attention away at Venice. And finally, the movie premiered. The reaction? Cold. Critics came out mixed with the movie, with many of them comparing it negatively to last year’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and saying that it’s too dull and alienating. Does that mean that all is lost? Not exactly. While the movie (which, considering the genre, really needs critics' support to get into the Best Picture category) has been dismissed, the acting by Winslet and Ronan has been received positively. Now that so many other contenders have been dropping out of the year, they might get some room to campaign from a (social) distance.
-Another Round (trailer): Speaking of TIFF premieres, a film that had a better time at the Canadian festival was the reunion between director Thomas Vinterberg and star Mads Mikkelsen, who reunited years after making the stirring drama The Hunt (not the one with Betty Gilpin carrying a bad political satire, the one about a Danish teacher wrongly accused of sexual abuse). This time, the material is lighter, being a dramedy about four teachers who decide to test out a theory about how people can live and work a little better if they increase the level of alcohol in their blood. Critics really liked the way the movie dealt with alcoholism, and Toronto audiences made it a runner up for the People’s Choice Award of the festival. In a year without so much exposure from other festivals, this Cannes 2020 selection could make a candidate for the Best International Film category.
-Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (trailer): Surprise, new Borat film! While Sacha Baron Cohen made headlines several times this year because of stunts that people assumed were about a second season of Who is America?, the Internet was shocked when, in early September, it was confirmed that it was actually a very niiiiice return from the journalist character that made him famous, shot during quarantine. In a matter of weeks after the reveal, the sequel got sold to Amazon Prime and got a release date for October 23. Why so soon? Well, apparently the movie, which got him in trouble with Rudy Giuliani and other people, is about Borat taking his daughter on a road trip to give her as a bride to VP Mike Pence. Even if this movie doesn’t manage to achieve the feats of the 2006 movie (which got a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination, let’s remember), it will help Baron Cohen’s image a lot, because it will come a week after his big Oscar play.
-Cherry: While everybody knows them mostly because of their contributions to the MCU, directors Joe and Anthony Russo and actor Tom Holland are trying to branch out together. Now Apple has bought into their efforts, paying more than 40 million dollars to acquire their new crime drama, about the life of former Army medic Nico Walker, who started robbing banks after his days in Iraq left him with PTSD and a pill addiction. Will Holland manage this time to escape from the shadow of “oh, jeez, Mr. Stark” Spider-Man before Chaos Walking or the Uncharted movie come out? That’s a question for another day.
-Da 5 Bloods (trailer): Talk about timing. Merely days after the country was mobilized by the police brutality that continues to divide the United States, Spike Lee premiered his new war drama on Netflix. In a vibrant, disjointed but passionate portrait of four African American veterans who return to Vietnam to search for their fallen leader and some treasure, Lee struck gold yet again with his usual fans, even though the moving of the Oscar ceremony threatened to make it harder to remind Academy voters about this movie. However, with an astounding performance from Delroy Lindo (who is confirmed to be campaigned in the Best Actor category) and a supporting turn from Chadwick Boseman which got reframed with the news of his bravery in life and death, this has what it takes to fight for a spot in the Best Picture lineup.
-Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (trailer): When it became clear that quarantine wasn’t gonna be a breeze, the first movie in consideration wise enough to move a little further ahead in the calendar was this adaptation of the hit West End production about a gay British teenager who dreams of becoming a drag queen and get his family and schoolmates to accept his sexuality. With a release date on February 26, 20th Century Studios (man, it’s weird to not use Fox in that name) hopes to strike gold, with a cast that mixes young unknowns, familiar names (Sharon Horgan, Sarah Lancashire and my boy Ralph Ineson) and the previously nominated legend that is Richard E. Grant (who is playing a former drag queen named Loco Chanelle), now taking advantage of the move of other musicals like Annette, In The Heights and West Side Story. I mean, this has at the very least some Golden Globes nods in the bag.
-French Exit: Before its premiere as the closing film of the NYFF, many pundits were expecting this surreal comedy to be somewhat of a comeback for past Best Actress nominee Michelle Pfeiffer, who here plays a close to penniless widow who moves to Paris with her son (Lucas Hedges) and cat, who also happens to be her reincarnated husband (Tracy Letts). However, the first reactions for the film adaptation of the Patrick deWitt novel were all over the place, with some people feeling cold by the execution of the weirdness and others being won over. Still, everybody had good things to say about Michelle Pfeiffer’s performance, but after the mixed reception to the rest of Azazel Jacobs’ film she really would need a lot of critics support to get anywhere near the Best Actress category. With a release date on February 12, it seems that Sony Pictures Classics is skipping the critics awards, and the distributor has a couple of big competitors above this one.
-Good Joe Bell: Every year, there are movies with big stars that go to festivals full of hope for praises and awards. Some of them work and go on, others don’t and get forgotten about. Mark Wahlberg tried to remind people that he occasionally is a good actor with a true life drama where he plays a father who decides to walk across America to raise awareness about bullying after his son, tormented for being gay, commits suicide. The film by Reinaldo Marcus Green premiered at TIFF, and the reaction was… not great. Some critics defended it, but most saw it as a flawed, baity product starring a man with a history of hate. Still, it got bought by a distributor: Solstice Studios, a new player in the game which just released its first movie, Unhinged (yup, the one about Russell Crowe road raging). While they paid 20 million dollars for Good Joe Bell, it’s clear that this won’t get near the Oscar telecast.
-Hillbilly Elegy: While many movies this year have some level of anticipation, Film Twitter is bracing for this movie in the “is this gonna be the next Green Book?” way. Ron Howard’s adaptation of J.D. Vance’s memoir about his low income life in a poor rural community in Ohio has many fearing about the overuse of tropes involving what’s called white trash porn, but rarely, Netflix has kept silent about this release. Even though it has Oscar bridesmaids Glenn Close (7 nominations) and Amy Adams (6 nominations), the streamer has not even released a photo of the movie, which supposedly will come out in November. And if you want another bad omen, take a look at the lower levels of this list by a familiar voice.
-I’m Thinking of Ending Things (trailer): Speaking of Netflix, did you know that there is a new Charlie Kaufman there, right now? While his adaptation of the dark novel by Iain Reid, seemingly about a woman (Jessie Buckley) who is taken by her boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to meet his parents (Toni Collette and David Thewlis), got the usual reception of confusion and praise that follows his movies, the release was followed for what befalls most of the Netflix original movies: a couple of days in the Top 10, and then it fell into the void. While Buckley and Plemons deliver great work in this demented, melancholic story, it’s hard to see this movie getting anything else than a Best Adapted Screenplay nomination for Charlie. And that’s a long shot.
-I’m Your Woman: Following the little seen but critically acclaimed Miss Stevens and Fast Color, Julia Hart started 2020 with a Disney+ adaptation of the YA book Stargirl, and now she follows it with a drama for Amazon that will have its world premiere as the opening film of the AFI fest on October 15. In this movie, Rachel Brosnahan hopes to translate her TV success with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the big screen, playing a woman in the ‘70s that has to go on the run with her kid due to her husband’s crimes.
-Judas and the Black Messiah (trailer): Even if this doesn’t end up winning any awards, it has a real shot at being the best trailer of 2020. Formerly titled Jesus Was My Homeboy, this biographical drama by Shaka King tells the tale of two men: Fred Hampton (Kaluuya), an activist and Black Panther leader, and William O’Neal (Stanfield), the FBI agent sent to infiltrate the party and arrest him. While the trailer for this movie promised a release “only in theaters”, we shall see if Warner Bros backs down from that fight.
-Let Them All Talk: While we’re on the subject of Warner Bros, we have to mention what’s happening with HBO Max. While the start of the streaming service hasn’t been good (I mean, there are still people confused about that name) and it lead to some people assume will cause many firings, it has begun to make some buzzed titles on TV, like Close Enough, Raised by Wolves and the remains of the DC Universe failed streaming service. Now, to make a mark in the movie business, the streamer has a new Steven Soderbergh movie, a comedy that stars Meryl Streep as a celebrated author that takes her friends (Candice Bergen, Dianne Wiest) and her nephew (Lucas Hedges) in a cruise to find fun and come to terms with the past, while he flirts with a literary agent (Gemma Chan). While it doesn’t have a date yet, it’s confirmed to release in 2020, and at least we know that it can’t be worse than The Laundromat.
-Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: While the expectations for the next film adaptation of an August Wilson acclaimed play were already high, the tragic death of Chadwick Boseman made this Netflix release one of the most anticipated movies of the season, considering this is his final movie. While past Supporting Actress winner Viola Davis takes the lead playing blues singer Ma Rainey in this tale of a heated recording session with her bandmates, her agent and her producer in 1927, Chadwick Boseman has a turn as the trumpeter Levee that was already being considered for awards, and now has even more people waiting to see. The thing is that one of the biggest competitions for Boseman this year will be Boseman himself, for his already acclaimed supporting turn on Da 5 Bloods, also released by Netflix. While the streamer will have to decide which of Chadwick’s performances will get the bigger campaign, this film by director George C. Wolfe has a cushy date set for December 18, and Viola is gunning hard for this movie to win.
-Mank (trailer): As you may have noticed by now, Netflix has a lot of plates spinning around this season, and this is the big one. After befriending the service with House of Cards and Mindhunter, David Fincher is going black and white to tackle a script by his late father Jack, about the making of the classic of classics, Citizen Kane. More specifically, the making of the script, with previous Oscar winner Gary Oldman playing the lead role of screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, while accompanied by Amanda Seyfried, Lily Collins, Tuppence Middleton, Charles Dance and Tom Burke. After watching the first trailer of his satire of 1930’s Hollywood (that will release on streaming on December 4), it’s clear that this is gonna be catnip to old Academy voters, and it would be really hard for this to miss the Best Picture line up. Unless it’s a complete cinematic disaster, Mank is bank.
-Minari (trailer): While the last edition of Sundance took place in January, quarantine makes you feel like it took place two years ago. This year, the big winner of the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award in the US Dramatic Competition was a dramedy by Lee Isaac Chung, about a Korean family in the ‘80s who suddenly gets moved by their father (Steven Yeun) to Arkansas, to start a farm. Even though the reviews have been great, distributor A24 hasn’t really had a big, Oscar nominated hit for the last couple of years, and the COVID-19 crisis made them delay all their releases. But when we were ready to write this off, a new trailer for the movie came out, confirming that it’s in the game of this awards season. Maybe the pandemic will be of help to A24, considering that one of the reasons they haven’t had success is that they divided their attention into too many releases, and ended up getting not much. This time, they are betting all on Lee who, even if this doesn’t go anywhere, also has a new gig coming up as the director of the live action remake of Your Name.
-News of the World (sneak peek): So much of this year has felt like a game of chicken between a virus and movie studios. While many movies chose to skip this year altogether, Universal remains firm (for now) with its plans to open a wide movie on Christmas Day, with a Western that reunites Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks in an enticing premise. In this drama based on Paulette Jiles’ novel, Hanks plays a traveling newsreader in the aftermath of the American Civil War, who is tasked with reuniting an orphaned girl with her living relatives. While the first sneak peek of the movie looks promising, the future is still in the air.
-Nomadland (trailer): While the world burns around Hollywood, Searchlight is betting big on Chloe Zhao’s new film. Using the strategy of taking the spotlight while the rest of the contenders is uncertain about how or when to be released, the indie drama began its journey at Venice, with critics raving about the story of a woman (two-time Oscar winner Frances McDormand) who, after losing everything in the Great Recession, embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad. At the end of the fest, the movie won the coveted Golden Lion. To put that into perspective, the last three winners of the award were past Best Picture nominees The Shape of Water, Roma and Joker, with The Shape of Water (also distributed by Searchlight) also winning the big prize. After drawing critical acclaim following its virtual showing on TIFF and NYFF, Nomadland seems like the first lock in the Best Picture line up. Still, there are obstacles ahead. Will Zhao break the disappointment of the last few years, when deserving candidates for Best Director got blocked by the likes of Adam McKay and Todd Phillips? And will McDormand manage to get near a third Oscar, following a recent win for Three Billboards in Ebbing, Missouri? Time will tell.
-On the Rocks (trailer): While she hasn’t been near the Oscars for a while, Sofia Coppola is still a name that draws attention. This time, she opened the NYFF with a dramedy about a young mother (Rashida Jones) who reunites with her playboy father (Bill Murray, also reuniting with Sofia after Lost in Translation) on an adventure through New York to find out if her husband (Marlon Wayans) is cheating on her. The consensus seems to be that, while light and not near her best work, it’s still a fun and breezy movie, with a very good turn by Murray. While many would assume that this A24 production will disappear into the abyss when it releases on Apple TV+ on October 23, the dropping out of many candidates gives the movie a chance to, at least, fight for some Golden Globes.
-One Night in Miami (sneak peek): Following her recent Oscar and Emmy wins for If Beale Street Could Talk and Watchmen, Regina King is still striking hard, and this time, she’s doing it as a director. For her big screen debut as a filmmaker, she chose to adapt Kemp Powers’ play that dramatizes a real meeting on February 25, 1964, when Muhammad Ali (Eli Goree) followed an iconic win with a hangout session with Malcolm X (Kingsley Ben-Adir), Sam Cooke (Leslie Odom Jr.) and Jim Brown (Aldis Hodge). Opening at Venice, the film received glowing reviews, with many praising King (even though some said that the movie doesn’t fully translate the play to the film medium) and the actors’ performances, especially Ben-Adir and Odom Jr. (who, it should be said, also wrote an original song for the end credits of the movie, which could help his Oscar chances). Amazon Prime is hoping that this is their big contender this year, with plans of a theatrical release on Christmas and a streaming release on January 15. Judging by the praise this got at festival season, it has a chance to go a long way.
-Over the Moon (trailer): In a year with not that many contenders for Best Animated Feature, Netflix is betting on a musical adventure directed by the legendary Glen Keane, a classic Disney animator who recently won an Oscar for Best Animated Short for co-directing Dear Basketball. While our expectations were lowered by the first trailer for the movie, centered around a Chinese girl who builds a rocket ship and blasts off to the Moon in hopes of meeting a legendary Goddess, it’s still safe to assume that it has a shot at being nominated for something. Netflix also hopes that you like its big candidate for Best Original Song, which really, really sounds like a Disney ballad.
-Pieces of a Woman: While this year doesn’t have the amount of surprise contenders that a regular Oscar season usually has, we still have some movies that sneaked through festival season. The first one was the new, somber drama by Hungarian director Kornél Mundruczó, known for the doggy uprising pic White God, and the not-so-well-received sci-fi Jupiter’s Moon. This time, we follow a woman (Vanessa Kirby) whose life is torn apart after a home birth at the hands of a flustered midwife (Molly Parker) ends in tragedy, and then leads to a court battle that also makes her confront her husband (Shia LaBeouf) and her domineering mother (Ellen Burstyn). While the movie had mixed reactions, Kirby had plenty of raves in her direction, particularly concerning her performance during a 25-minute birth sequence that is said to be brutal. That brutality paid off, though, because Kirby ended up winning Best Actress at Venice, and Netflix bought the movie, which also has Martin Scorsese as an executive producer. If the Academy wants to crown a new face in the scene, Kirby is the one who will be targeted, following her acclaimed turn in The Crown and her supporting roles in blockbusters like Mission Impossible: Fallout and Hobbs & Shaw.
-Promising Young Woman (trailer): When theaters started to close because of the pandemic, Universal started the push of their movies going straight to VOD, with titles including Trolls World Tour and Never Rarely Sometimes Always. However, there was a title that was supposed to premiere in April, and then suddenly disappeared from existence. It was the directorial debut of actress Emerald Fennell, who wrote a black comedy with touches of a thriller, centered on a woman in her thirties (Carey Mulligan) whose bright future was derailed by a traumatic event, and who’s now looking for revenge. While the reaction to its premiere at Sundance wasn’t enough to consider a Best Picture run, the twisted performance by Mulligan earned her the best praise since the last time she was nominated for an Oscar, a decade ago for An Education. Now, Focus Features is planning to open the movie at Christmas, and are positioning Carey for a run at Best Actress.
-Rebecca (trailer): When the news came out saying that Ben Wheatley would adapt Daphne du Maurier’s psychological thriller novel for Netflix, many were shocked. Some people considered the chance that this was an awards play by the cult director, who is doing the same work that earned Alfred Hitchcock his only Best Picture win. But seeing the trailer for this new version, with Lily James playing the newly married young woman who finds herself battling the shadow of her husband's (Armie Hammer) dead first wife Rebecca, we have to wonder if there’s a point to the existence of this remake. We will find out if there’s any awards chances for this movie on October 21, when it releases on streaming. Let’s hope that Kristin Scott Thomas has something to play with as Mrs. Danvers.
-Respect (trailer): Every year, there’s one or two actors who announce to the world “I want an Oscar” and campaign like their lives depended on it. Last time, it was Taron Egerton (accompanied by Elton John, who actually ended up winning another Oscar). This year, it is the turn of Jennifer Hudson, who is playing Aretha Franklin in a biopic directed by first timer Liesl Tommy, and who’s hoping that this attempt at awards ends up more like Dreamgirls than like Cats. She has been doing announcement trailers (a year in advance), quarantine tributes, award show tributes, and every possible thing to get the industry to notice that she’s playing Aretha. Hey, Rami Malek and Renee Zellweger did it in the last few years, why can’t she. With a release date of January 15, Hudson wants that gold.
-Soul (trailer): Disney may be the studio that suffered the biggest hit because of the pandemic. Their parks are a loss, most of their big productions had to stop because of quarantine, and theaters in many parts of the world are closed. After the failure of Tenet for Warner Bros. and the experiment of the mouse house of charging people 30 dollars to see Mulan (which didn’t work at all), many wondered if Disney was gonna delay the new production by Pixar, written and directed by Pete Docter, who brought Oscar gold to his home with Up and Inside Out. The movie, which centers on a teacher (Jamie Foxx) who dreams of becoming a jazz musician and, just as he’s about to get his big break, ends up getting into an accident that separates his soul from his body, had a lot of promise, but the speculation of lost money was also a concern. Finally, Disney decided to release the movie on Christmas, but only on Disney Plus, causing another failure for theaters, but assuring that Disney at least can get more subscribers to its streaming service. And the movie? Well, it just premiered at the London Film Festival, and the critics are saying it’s Pixar at its best, with praises going from the look, to the script by co-director Kemp Powers (who also wrote the play of One Night in Miami, so he has many chances for a nod), to the score by Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross and Jon Batiste. That means that it’s already a top contender to win Best Animated Feature, and this may not be the only category in which the movie is gonna get nominated.
-Supernova (trailer): If there’s a theme this year in terms of Oscar contenders, it might be dementia. One of the examples of this is a small road movie directed by Hairy Macqueen, which premiered to good reviews at the San Sebastian festival. This drama centers on a trip taken by Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), partners for 20 years, who travel across England reuniting with friends and family, because Tusker was diagnosed with early onset dementia. While usually the big awards role is usually the one of the person who suffers the illnesses, some reviewers are calling Firth’s work as the supporting companion some of the best of his career. With Bleecker Street buying the rights for a US release, this is a little film that could still make some moves.
-Tenet (trailer): For the first five months of quarantine, the big narrative in the world of film was “Christopher Nolan is gonna save cinemas”. But after postponing the release of the mind bending actioner for months on end, creating big demands and expectations to theater owners, and finally releasing as the sacrificial lamb of Hollywood, Warner Bros ended up seeing the opposite effect. Even though Tom Cruise loved to be back at the movies, critics didn’t share enough excitement to make a spy movie that goes backwards worth the possibility of dying of coronavirus. The audiences didn’t show up as much, and those who did attend, mostly complained about the sound mixing and the plot. After all the sacrifice, it’s highly unlikely that Tenet goes beyond technical awards. Let’s start the “Travis Scott for Best Original Song” campaign now, before it’s too late.
-The Boys in the Band (trailer): The Ryan Murphy blank check for Netflix has been interesting to follow. On the one hand, we have his new TV shows, which go from not existing (The Politician), to alternate movie history that doesn’t know how alternate history works (Hollywood), to a challenge of how much TV will you stomach if Sarah Paulson and other middle aged actresses are campy in it (Ratched). And now, we are seeing his producing hand over the movie side, which starts with the new film adaptation of the cult play from 1968, which was already a movie in 1970 and recently jumped to Broadway in 2018. The cast from the recent Broadway production (which includes Jim Parsons, Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells) stars in Joe Mantello’s movie, telling the story of a group of gay friends in pre-Stonewall New York who reunite for a birthday party and end up revealing a lot of open wounds. While this movie got good reviews from critics, it kinda disappeared without a sound after beginning to stream on Netflix at the end of September. Unless the service wants to campaign for Golden Globes, this film is lost in the algorithm.
-The Devil All the Time (trailer): Another September release on Netflix was the new psychological thriller by Antonio Campos (Simon Killer, Christine) who didn’t manage to continue his streak of intense and terrifying character dramas with his messy adaptation of the dark novel by Donald Ray Pollock. Wasting a cast that includes Tom Holland, Sebastian Stan, Robert Pattinson, Mia Wasikowska, Eliza Scanlen, Bill Skarsgard, Jason Clarke and Riley Keough, this twisted period piece managed to stay for a while in the Top 10, but the reactions from critics were mixed, and audiences were busy asking what was happening with Pattinson’s Southern accent (which with The King makes two years in a row, baby). The many prognosticators who had hopes for an awards play moved on a while ago.
-The Father (trailer): It’s safe to say at this point that Anthony Hopkins is a lock for a Best Actor nomination at the next Oscars. After its premiere in Sundance, every prognosticator pointed in his direction, and for the next few months he swept praise for his harrowing portrayal of an old man grappling with his age as he develops dementia, causing pain to his beleaguered daughter (recent winner Olivia Colman, who also got praised). Sony Pictures Classics will make Florian Zeller’s adaptation of his acclaimed play its big contender of the season, using Hopkins (who this year got a nom for The Two Popes) as a starter to also get Colman, Zeller and the movie nominated.
-The Human Voice (trailer): And speaking of Sony Pictures Classics, it’s almost safe to say that they have another Oscar in the bag this year. That’s because they just bought Pedro Almodóvar’s short film, his English-speaking debut that is an adaptation of the play by Jean Cocteau. In his version (that was acclaimed by critics after premiering in Venice), Tilda Swinton plays the woman waiting at the end of a phone, expecting to hear from his ex-lover who abandoned her. Considering how the competition for Best Live Action Short Film has become somewhat lacking in the last few years (I mean, have you seen Skin), this should be an easy award to win, especially considering how beloved Almodóvar is in the Academy, which nominated him this year for the great Pain and Glory.
-The Life Ahead: While we’re talking about legends, it’s time to talk about Sophia Loren. 16 years after her last leading role in a movie, the Italian icon returns with a drama that was bought by Netflix, who plans to campaign for her as Best Actress and for the movie in the Best International Film category. Directed by Edoardo Ponti (who is also Sophia’s son), this movie centers on a Holocaust survivor who takes in a 12-year-old boy who recently robbed her, in a contemporary adaptation of Romain Gary’s novel The Life Before Us. Netflix has set a date for November 13 to release this movie, and the campaign seems to be about the narrative of seeing Loren winning another Oscar 60 years after she won her first one for Two Women, by Vittorio De Sica.
-The Midnight Sky: Based on the novel Good Morning, Midnight, this collaboration between George Clooney and Netflix is once again making us ask one thing. Are we gonna get the director Clooney of Good Night and Good Luck, or are we gonna get the director Clooney of Leatherheads, The Ides of March, The Monuments Men and Suburbicon? Let’s hope he breaks his streak of blandness with this sci-fi story, which makes us think a little bit of Gravity: A lonely scientist in the Arctic (Clooney) races to stop a group of astronauts led by Felicity Jones from returning to a devastated Earth. With a release set for December, we have to hope that this is more than some Top 10 filler that will evaporate from existence in a week’s time.
-The Prom: In probably the biggest blank check of the Ryan Murphy deal with Netflix, this musical he’ll direct is based on the Tony-nominated show about a group of Broadway losers (Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Andrew Rannells and James “boo” Corden) who try to find a viral story to get back in the spotlight, and end up going to a town in Indiana to help a lesbian high school student who has been banned from bringing her girlfriend to the prom. While it’s clear that this December 11 release is gonna sweep the Golden Globes, the emptiness of this year compared to others could clear the way for some Oscar nominations, including Meryl and the obligatory original song added to a preexisting musical for easy clout.
-The Trial of the Chicago 7 (trailer): When it was announced that Paramount was selling Aaron Sorkin’s new movie to Netflix, some people saw it as a studio dumping a failed awards vehicle to be forgotten. However, the excuse that Sorkin wanted to release this movie before the US presidential elections seems to be true, because critics really enjoyed his old school courtroom drama, centered around the trial on counter cultural activists in the late ‘60s. Everybody praised uniformly the huge cast, that includes Sacha Baron Cohen, Eddie Redmayne, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Jeremy Strong, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Frank Langella, William Hurt, Michael Keaton and Mark Rylance, which guarantees a SAG awards nomination (but makes it difficult to decide which actors will actually get nominated for Oscars). With a reaction that brings to mind the days of A Few Good Men and is the best reception he got since his Oscar winning script for The Social Network, the film faces a couple of hurdles. First of all, it got positioned as the frontrunner in the Best Picture race by some people, which instantly puts a target on its back. Then, we have to consider that the movie releases on Netflix this Friday, October 16, which makes it the first big contender this year to face the world, and which in these times of lockdown will probably make the reception to Marriage Story and The Irishman from last year look like a walk in the park. I mean, there are some people who aren’t swayed by Sorkin, and for good reason.
-The United States vs. Billie Holiday: While Paramount was quick to hand The Trial of the Chicago 7 to Netflix, there’s another movie that the studio kept to play in the upcoming awards season. This biographical drama follows the life of another famous musician, Billie Holiday (Andra Day), and we see the journey of her career in jazz as she is targeted by the Federal Department of Narcotics with an undercover sting operation led by Federal Agent Jimmy Fletcher (Trevante Rhodes), with whom she had a tumultuous affair. While the movie counts with a screenplay credit by Pulitzer winner Suzan-Lori Parks, the big question mark is the film’s director, Lee Daniels, who hit it big with Precious and then had results that were disastrous (The Paperboy) or financially successful, but not awards-wise (Lee Daniels’ The Butler). However, Paramount trusts in this movie, and with a release date on February 12, they want to make a splash.
-Wolfwalkers (trailer): While the attempts by Apple TV+ to establish themselves as a player in the TV world go from trainwrecks (See) to forgettable (The Morning Show) to eventually great (see Ted Lasso, everybody, this is not a joke), their plans to make a name in the film business have something to do with this year’s Oscars. While Cherry can come or go, they have a solid contender for the Best Feature Documentary with Boys State, but their big dog this year is the new movie by Cartoon Saloon, an Irish studio responsible for the acclaimed The Secret of Kells, The Song of the Sea, and The Breadwinner, all of which were nominated for Best Animated Feature. This time, Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart direct a story about a young apprentice hunter who journeys with her father to Ireland to help wipe out the last wolf pack. But everything changes when she befriends a free-spirited girl from a mysterious tribe rumored to transform into wolves by night. After getting critically acclaimed following its premiere at TIFF, this is a surefire contender for this year’s Best Animated Feature category, and Apple is gonna parade it before its streaming release on December 11. Also, while you watch that, you could watch a couple of episodes of Ted Lasso, too. It’s a really good show, it’s all I’m saying.
Anyways, that’s all the news from the last few months of festivals. No matter what happens next, this is gonna be a long, long, long race.
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2020.10.12 15:39 pepperpavlov 1989 and 2019 compared

I know lots of us have the experience of a well-meaning older person suggesting names like "Heather" or "Erica" for our little ones, without understanding why those names might be unappealing to Millennials. So with that in mind, I put together some lists.
Here are the names that appear in 2019 top 100, but not at all on the 1989 top 1000 -- that is, the modern common names that might sound the most unusual to an older person who hasn't been exposed to contemporary name trends, and the most likely to be mistaken for "unique" by a non-name nerd.
Boys Girls
Aiden Aaliyah
Asher Addison
Declan Adeline
Easton Aria
Greyson Arya
Hudson Bella
Jaxon Brooklyn
Jaxson Camila
Jayden Delilah
Kayden Eliana
Luca Ella
Mateo Ellie
Maverick Emery
Emilia
Everly
Harper
Hazel
Isabella
Isla
Kennedy
Kinsley
Layla
Luna
Nevaeh
Nova
Mila
Paisley
Penelope
Peyton
Piper
Quinn
Riley
Rylee
Scarlett
Serenity
Skylar
Stella
Valentina
Violet
Willow
Zoey
The following names were in the top 100 in both years, that is, the names that both a modern name nerd/parent and an older non-name nerd might both agree are "classic."
Boys Girls
Aaron Abigail
Adam Allison
Adrian Anna
Alexander Elizabeth
Andrew Emily
Anthony Hannah
Austin Julia
Benjamin Leah
Caleb Natalie
Cameron Samantha
Charles Sarah
Christian Victoria
Christopher
Daniel
David
Ethan
Evan
Ian
Jacob
James
John
Jonathan
Jordan
Jose
Joseph
Joshua
Matthew
Michael
Nathan
Nicholas
Robert
Ryan
Samuel
Thomas
Wesley
William
Below are all the names that were on the top 1000 list in 1989, but not in 2019. It's crazy how names can change so much in one generation! Names in bold were in the top 100 in 1989, which are the names likely to sound common and normal to an older non-name nerd, but dated and unappealing to a young parent or name nerd.
Boys Girls
Addison Abbey
Adolfo Abbie
Agustin Adrian
Akeem Adrianne
Alexandro Adrienne
Alphonso Aimee
Alton Aja
Andrea Alecia
Andreas Alesha
Antione Alex
Antoine Alexandrea
Anton Ali
Antony Alisa
Antwan Alisha
Antwon Alissa
Aric Allyssa
Armand Alycia
Arnold Alyse
Arron Alysha
Arsenio Alysia
Ashley Amie
Aubrey Anabel
Austen Andria
Barry Angelia
Benito Angelique
Bennie Anita
Benny Anjelica
Bernard Annette
Bernardo Annmarie
Bill Antionette
Blair Antoinette
Brad Antonia
Bradford Araceli
Bradly Arlene
Brandan Asha
Branden Ashanti
Brandin Ashely
Brandt Ashlee
Brandyn Ashleigh
Brant Ashli
Brenden Ashlie
Brendon Ashly
Brennen Ashton
Brent Asia
Brenton Audra
Bret Audriana
Brice Audrianna
Britton Beatriz
Broderick Becky
Bryon Belinda
Cale Bernadette
Camron Beth
Carey Betsy
Carlo Betty
Carlton Beverly
Cary Billie
Cassidy Blanca
Cecil Bobbi
Cedric Bobbie
Cedrick Brandee
Chad Brandi
Chadd Brandie
Chadwick Brandy
Channing Breana
Chauncey Breann
Chaz Breanna
Chester Breanne
Clarence Bree
Claude Brenda
Cleveland Brenna
Clifford Brianne
Clifton Bridgett
Clint Bridgette
Clinton Brigitte
Coby Britany
Codey Britney
Coleman Britni
Cordell Britny
Cordero Brittaney
Cornelius Brittani
Cornell Brittanie
Cortez Brittnay
Cortney Brittnee
Coty Brittney
Courtney Brittni
Craig Brittnie
Cristobal Brittny
Cristopher Brook
Dale Bryanna
Damion Candace
Dan Candice
Dana Candy
Dandre Caitlin
Daquan Caitlyn
Daren Cara
Darien Cari
Darin Carina
Darion Carissa
Darnell Carla
Daron Carley
Darrel Carlie
Darrell Carol
Darrick Carrie
Darrin Casandra
Darrius Casie
Darron Cassie
Darryl Cassondra
Daryl Cathy
Dashawn Catrina
Dave Cayla
Davin Cecily
Davon Celina
Deangelo Chandra
Dejuan Chanelle
Demarco Chantal
Demarcus Chantel
Demario Chantelle
Denis Charity
Denny Charlene
Deon Charmaine
Deonte Chasity
Dereck Chastity
Deric Chelsey
Derick Chelsi
Derik Chelsie
Deron Cherelle
Derrek Cheri
Derrell Cherie
Deshawn Cherish
Devan Cheryl
Deven Chiquita
Dewayne Christa
Dimitri Christen
Dionte Christi
Dirk Christian
Dion Christiana
Domingo Christie
Dominique Christin
Dominque Christy
Don Chrystal
Donavan Ciara
Donnell Ciera
Donnie Cierra
Donta Cindy
Dontae Claudia
Donte Cody
Duane Colleen
Duncan Connie
Dusty Constance
Dwayne Corey
Dwight Cori
Earl Corina
Earnest Corrine
Eddy Cortney
Efrain Cory
Edgardo Courtney
Edmond Cristal
Edmund Cristina
Edwardo Danica
Efren Danika
Elmer Danyelle
Elvin Dara
Elvis Darlene
Erich Darcy
Erin Dawn
Ervin Dayna
Erwin Deana
Estevan Deanna
Federico Debbie
Fidel Debra
Floyd Deidra
Francesco Deidre
Frankie Deirdre
Fred Deja
Freddie Delia
Freddy Demetria
Fredrick Dena
Galen Denise
Garret Desirae
Garrick Desiree
Garrison Destinee
Garry Devin
Gene Devon
Geoffrey Diamond
Gerard Diane
German Dianna
Glen Dina
Glenn Dolores
Gilbert Dominique
Gilberto Dominque
Gino Domonique
Gonzalo Donna
Greg Dora
Gregg Doris
Gregorio Eboni
Guadalupe Ebony
Guy Edna
Hakeem Elisha
Hans Elissa
Herbert Elizabet
Heriberto Emilie
Herman Erica
Horace Ericka
Humberto Eunice
Irvin Fabiola
Irving Felicia
Isiah Felisha
Isidro Geneva
Jackie Georgina
Jacques Geraldine
Jamaal Gina
Jamar Gillian
Jamarcus Ginger
Jamel Gladys
Jamil Glenda
Jaquan Graciela
Jaren Gretchen
Jarod Griselda
Jarred Heather
Jarrell Hilary
Jarrett Hillary
Jarrod Holli
Jarvis Hollie
Javon Irma
Jean Ivette
Jed Jackie
Jeff Jacklyn
Jerad Jaclyn
Jerald Jacquelyn
Jeramy Jaime
Jered Jaimie
Jerel Jaleesa
Jeremey Jalisa
Jeremie Jami
Jermey Jamila
Jerod Jana
Jeromy Janae
Jaron Janay
Jerrell Janel
Jerrod Janell
Jess Janessa
Jessie Janet
Jessy Janette
Jim Janice
Jimmie Janie
Jody Janine
Joesph Janna
Johnathon Jaqueline
Johnnie Jasmin
Jonathon Jayme
Jordon Jean
Jory Jeanette
Josef Jeanne
Josh Jeannette
Joshuah Jeannie
Jovan Jena
Justen Jenifer
Kadeem Jennie
Kalvin Jenny
Karl Jerica
Kasey Jerrica
Kegan Jesica
Kelby Jesse
Kelly Jessi
Kelsey Jessika
Ken Jill
Kendal Joan
Kendall Joana
Kendell Joann
Kent Joanne
Kenton Jodi
Keon Jodie
Kerry Jody
Keven Johnna
Khiry Joni
Kirby Juana
Kirk Juanita
Kolby Judy
Korey Julianne
Kory Justina
Kristofer Justine
Kurt Kacey
Kurtis Kaci
Kwame Kacie
Ladarius Kacy
Lamar Kaela
Lamont Kaila
Laron Kaitlin
Laurence Kaitlynn
Leslie Kala
Lester Kaleigh
Lloyd Kaley
Lonnie Kalyn
Loren Kandace
Luther Kandice
Lyndon Kari
Mackenzie Karin
Madison Karissa
Malcom Karli
Marion Karly
Markus Kasandra
Marlin Kasey
Marques Kasie
Marquez Kassandra
Marquise Kassie
Martell Katelin
Martez Katelynn
Marty Katharine
Micheal Katherin
Michel Katheryn
Mickey Kathrine
Mike Kathy
Mikel Kati
Milton Katlin
Mitchel Katlyn
Montrell Katrina
Morris Katy
Mychal Kaycee
Myron Kaylyn
Najee Keely
Nathanial Keisha
Neal Kelley
Nestor Kelli
Nick Kellie
Nickolas Kelsea
Nigel Kelsi
Nikko Kelsie
Norman Kenya
Octavio Keri
Osvaldo Kerri
Paris Kerry
Perry Keshia
Pete Kia
Pierre Kierra
Quinten Kiersten
Quintin Kirsten
Raheem Kiley
Rakeem Kim
Ralph Kimberlee
Ramiro Kimberley
Randal Kristen
Randall Kirstie
Randolph Kirstin
Rashaad Kortney
Rashad Kourtney
Rashawn Krista
Raymundo Kristal
Reynaldo Kristan
Rico Kristi
Rick Kristian
Rickey Kristie
Rigoberto Kristin
Roderick Kristina
Rodolfo Kristine
Robbie Krystal
Robby Kristy
Rodrick Kristyn
Rogelio Krysta
Rolando Krysten
Ron Krystin
Roosevelt Krystina
Ross Krystle
Rudolph Kyle
Rusty Laci
Ryne Lacie
Sammy Lacy
Schuyler Lakeisha
Scotty Lakesha
Shannon Lakeshia
Shaun Lakisha
Shay Laquita
Shayne Lashonda
Shea Larissa
Shelby Latasha
Sheldon Latisha
Shelton Latosha
Sherman Latonya
Sidney Latoya
Skylar Latrice
Spenser Laurie
Stacey Leandra
Stacy Leann
Stephan Leanne
Stephon Leeann
Steve Leigh
Stevie Lesley
Stewart Leticia
Stuart Lindsay
Sylvester Lisette
Tad Lissette
Taryn Liza
Ted Lizbeth
Teddy Lizeth
Terence Lizette
Terrell Lora
Terrence Loren
Theron Lorena
Timmy Loretta
Todd Lori
Tom Lorraine
Tommie Lourdes
Torrey Lyndsay
Tory Lyndsey
Tracy Lynette
Travon Lynn
Trever Lynsey
Trevon Maegan
Tylor Magan
Tyree Magen
Tyrel Mai
Tyrell Maira
Tyron Mandi
Tyrone Mandy
Ulysses Maranda
Vaughn Marcia
Vernon Marcella
Vince Margarita
Virgil Mari
Wendell Marian
Wilfredo Marianne
Willard Maribel
Willie Maricela
Willis Mariel
Zachery Marisa
Zackary Marisela
Zackery Marisol
Maritza
Marjorie
Marla
Marlena
Marlene
Marquita
Marsha
Martika
Martina
Maryann
Maura
Maureen
Mayra
Meagan
Meaghan
Melinda
Melisa
Mercedes
Micaela
Michele
Mindy
Misty
Mollie
Monika
Monique
Moriah
Nadine
Nichole
Nicolette
Nikita
Nikki
Nikole
Noel
Norma
Olga
Pamela
Patrice
Pauline
Peggy
Perla
Phylicia
Porsha
Portia
Precious
Rachael
Racheal
Rachelle
Rebeca
Randi
Rena
Renae
Rhiannon
Rhonda
Richelle
Rikki
Rita
Roberta
Robyn
Rochelle
Rocio
Rosalinda
Rosanna
Roxana
Roxanna
Roxanne
Sade
Salina
Sally
Samatha
Sandy
Selina
Shaina
Shakira
Shameka
Shamika
Shana
Shanae
Shanelle
Shanice
Shanika
Shaniqua
Shanna
Shannon
Shante
Shantel
Shantell
Shari
Sharon
Shauna
Shawna
Shayla
Shayna
Shea
Sheena
Sheila
Shelley
Shelly
Sheri
Sherri
Sherry
Shirley
Silvia
Sonia
Sonja
Sonya
Staci
Stacie
Stacy
Stefani
Stefanie
Stephani
Stephany
Susan
Susana
Susanna
Suzanne
Tabatha
Tabitha
Tameka
Tamika
Tammy
Tanesha
Tania
Tanisha
Tanya
Tara
Tarah
Tasha
Tawny
Tayler
Tera
Teri
Terra
Terri
Tess
Theresa
Tia
Tianna
Tiara
Tiera
Tierra
Tiffani
Tiffanie
Tina
Toni
Tonya
Tosha
Tracey
Traci
Tracie
Tracy
Tricia
Trina
Trisha
Trista
Tyler
Valarie
Valencia
Vicky
Wanda
Wendy
Yadira
Yajaira
Yasmine
Yesenia
Yessenia
Yolanda
Yvette
Yvonne
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2020.10.08 07:16 WritingThrowItAway Timeline of Books 1-4 (spoiler-free)

Really odd how the author has diverged from his standard pattern. No major jump arounds, no overlaps with previous installments and most of Book 4 takes place in a single year. Nevertheless, here's a rough timeline. I kind of got bored just listing chapters in order sometime in Book 4 so I just skipped to the end. You get the point.
Anyhow, BLAAAAT - the timeline you never asked for nor wanted.
Bobiverse Timeline
Summer 2016 - B1C1 - Bob1.0 -Bob dies
2036 - B1C2 - Bob 2.0- US elects fundamentalist president
2040 - B1C2 - Bob - US elects atheist president
2041 - B1C2 - Bob - Fundamentalists stage successful coup
June 24, 2133 - B1C2-7 - Bob -Bob brought online as a replicant
August 4, 2133 - B1C8-11 - Bob - Attack on facility
August 17, 2133 - B1C12 - Bob - Bob launches
2144 Aug - B1C14 - Bob - Bob arrives in Epsilon Eridani
2144 Sep - B1C15 - Bob - Bob meets, engages, and defeats Brazilian replicant, Medeiros, for the first time
2144 Sep - B1C16 - Bob - begins making clones
2145 Jul - B1C17 - Bob (and Bill) - Bill, Riker, Milo, and Mario come online. Bob moves to Heaven 1A ship (v2)
2145 Sep - B1C18 - Bill- Bob leaves for Delta Eridan, Milo for Omicron2 Eridani, and Mario for Beta Hydri. Bill and Riker work on clones of themselves
2145 Dec - B1C20 - Bill - Homer (Riker clone) and Garfield (Bill clone) come online, Riker and Homer leave for Sol
2150 Sep - B1C22 - Bill- Bill and Garfield create Calvin, Goku, and Linus, who then leave Epsilon Eridani in v3 ships
2151 Sep - B1C25 - Bill - Bill and Garfield perform successful test of SCUT, Garfield uses VR over SCUT surprising Bill
2152 Jul - B1C19 - Milo - Milo arrives at Omicron2 Eridani A system, discovers Vulcan and Romulus. (OE1A &B)
2153 Feb - B1C23 - Milo - Milo leaves Omicron2 Eridani (Romulous & Vulcan) for 82 Eridani
2157 Jan - B1C21 - Riker - Riker and Homer arrive at Sol
2157 Apr - B1C24 - Riker - Riker and Homer take out remaining Brazilian forces in Sol
2157 Apr - B1C26 - Riker - Bill receivs transmission from Col. Butterworth of USE, receive colony ship plans and status of Earth & history of war
2157 Sep - B1C29 - Riker - Riker and Homer work on preparing to build colony ships
2158 Jan - B1C31 - Riker - Arthur and Charles (Riker clones) are online, Earth population estimated at 15 million
2158 Mar - B1C33 - Riker - Riker hosts first UN sessions
2158 Sep - B1C34- Homer (gen 3 via Riker) - homer gets ideas for donuts (hayuck)
2158 Sep - B1C36 - Riker - FAITH discovers they have no control over Riker, Butterworth concedes 4 months of first two ships' schedule to shorten 3rd ship schedule by 1 year
2158 Oct - B1C32 - Bill - Milo's report on Vulcan and Romulous reaches Bill
2158 Nov - B1C38 - Riker - VEHEMENT introduced, Bill meets Julia (relative, descendant of sister)
2162 Apr - B1C42 - Bill - Garfield talks to Bill about their working relationship, they begin fine-tuning VR physics (INCONSISTENCY NOTE: this chapter opens with a mention about the update from Riker & Homer, which is dated May in the previous chapter)
2162 May - B1C41 - Riker - Riker (and all Sol) receive SCUT plans, join Bobnet, learn about Romulous and Vulcan, share the news with Earth
2163 Nov - B1C28 - Calvin (gen 3 via Bill) - Calvin arrives at Alpha Centauri B, discover remains of USE vessel; Goku arrives at Alpha Centauri A, discovers Brazilian autofactory in full operation, Calvin and Goku proceed to destroy it with one probe escaping
2164 Sep - B1C43 - Riker - Colony ships halfway done, Sol Bobs discuss plans
2165 Jan - B1C45 - Bill - Bart (Calvin clone) contacts Bill and joins Bobnet, updates Bill on situation at Alpha Centauri
2165 Apr - B1C27 - Bob - Bob discovers intelligent life at Delta Eridani (Deltans) and begins cataloging them
2165 Apr - B1C30 - Bob - Bob clones Marvin, Luke, and Bender
2165 Apr - B1C40 - Linus (gen 3 via Bill) - Linus arrives at Epsilon Indi, finds Australian probe Henry Roberts, brings him into VR
2165 Jul - B1C35 - Bob - Bob witnesses gorilloid attack on Deltans, delivers flint to Archimedes
2165 Aug - B1C37 - Bob - Deltan Arnold uses axe as weapon for first time in large gorilloid attack
2165 Aug - B1C46 - Milo - arrives at 82 Eridani and is destroyed, likely by Brazilians
2165 Oct - B1C39 - Bob - Luke leaves Delta Eridani for Kappa Ceti, Bender for Gamma Leporis A
2166 Jan - B1C44 - Bob - Bob makes first contact with Archimedes, begins discussions to move Deltan camp to flint site
2166 Jan - B1C47 - Riker - Arthur destroyed by booby trap near Saturn
2166 May - B1C48 - Bob - Deltan migration begins
2166 May - B1C49 - Riker - Riker intercepts attempted hack from New Zealand, discovers Heaven plans were stolen from Australians; Homer reveals plans for farming space stations (donuts), FAITH agrees to give up some reserve food for space on 3rd ship
2166 Jun - B1C50 - Bob - Gorilloids attack Deltan migration party
2166 Jun - B1C53 - Bob - Deltans attacked by leopard-analogue, Diana introduced
2166 Jul - B1C55 - Bob - Deltans arrive at flint site (former home)
2167 Feb - B2C1 - Bob - Start of second book, Marvin determines origin area of Deltans "here kootsie kootsie kootsie"
2167 Mar - B2C3 - Bob - Archimedes learns that Bob builds other Bobs
2167 Mar - B1C56 - Bill - Bill & Garfield's first comet arrives at Ragnarok, plans begin for non-anchored asteroid movers, Bill works on Bullwinkle
2168 Jan - B1C52 - Riker - Riker + Homer reveals plans for ranching space station (donut)
2169 Aug - B1C57 - Mario - Mario arrives in Beta Hydri, discovers full metal and life cleanout and crashed alien ship (first evidence of Others)
2169 Sep - B2C9 - Bob- Marvin discovers that something hunted Deltans to near extinction at their original (source) site
2169 Nov - B2C11 - Bob - Bob teaches Archimedes jujitsu during mating season. Archimedes hooks up with Diana. Marvin discovers preyed Deltan remains near Camelot.
2170 Oct - B2C4- Mulder - Mulder discovers Poseidon in Eta Cassiopeiae, brings Skinner and Johnny online months later
2170 Oct - B1C54 - Riker - First 2 colony ships, Exodus-1 and 2, complete
2170 Dec - B2C14 - Riker - Riker deals with Maldeves' livestock sabotage at Sol; Homer admits he's been underreporting production to establish a surplus
2171 Apr - B2C6 - Mulder - SCUT (Subspace Communications Universal Transceiver) plans reach Mulder at Eta Cassiopeiae, Mulder joins BobNet
2171 Apr - B1C58 - Riker - First 2 colony ships loaded and depart for Vulcan, with Howard (Charles clone) as overseer
2171 May - B2C12 - Bill - Bob receives SCUT plans and connects to Bobiverse
2171 May - B2C17 - Bob - Marvin & Bob lose a drone to flying predator (first contact with Deltans' original predator)
2171 Jul - B2C7 - Riker - VEHEMENT introduced (Earth)
2172 May - B1C59 - Bill - Bill hosts first Bobmoot
2172 Jun - B2C19 - Bob - Bob & Marvin see and engage flying Deltan predator, hippogriffs, after first attack on Deltans, destroy hippogriffs' island with ship buster. Bob kicked out of Delta
2172 Sep - B2C18 - Riker - Riker deals with another VEHEMENT attack
2173 Dec - B2C22 - Bob - Bob visits Archimedes, Marvin leaves Delta
2174 Jan - B1C51 - Bill - Bill receives Milo' s last transmissions concerning 82 Eridani
2174 Mar - B2C24 - Bob - Bob clones, Pete and Victor, are online and preparing to leave Deltan system
2174 Dec - B2C21 - Riker - Riker and Charles investigate more VEHEMENT attacks
2175 Sep - B2C23 - Riker - VEHEMENT blows up donut at Earth
2175 Dec - B2C26 - Communication to Homer detected
2175 Dec - B2C28 - Homer discovered infected by VEHEMENT and cleaned. VEHEMENT tech HQ discovered
2176 Aug - B2C37 - Homer suicides
2176 Nov - B2C10 - Mario discovers Others' clean out of Zeta Tucani
2178 Feb - B2C40 - Riker finds VEHEMENT leader
2178 Mar - B2C27 - Luke contacts Bob from Kappa Ceti
2178 Mar -B2C43 - Riker takes out VEHEMENT leader, Vickers, and HQ after learning that Vickers invented replicant systems
2178 May - B2C32 - Linus and Henry arrive back at Bill, joins Bobnet, reports on KKP (Klown Kar Planet), and introduces Henry (Australian replicant) to Bobnet
2180 Jan - B2C33 - Buster has mated, tents have become widespread, Deltan population growth issues lead to gang activity
2180 May - B2C13 - Mario builds space station and 4 Bobs at Gleese 54
2180 Nov - B2C15 - Mario gets SCUT and joins Bobnet, reports on Others
2182 Jul - B2C41 - Deltan riot occurs, Bob and Archimedes begin plans to repopulate other villages
2182 Sep - B2C47 - Deltan gangs leave to form second village
2183 Jan - B2C56 - Minor update on Deltans
2185 Apr - B1C60 - Khan (gen 3 via Bill) - Khan and 7 other Bobs arrive at 82 Eridani and are attacked, first use of plasma spikes, 7 Bobs are destroyed
2185 Jun - B2C34 - Strike on 82 Eridani against Medeiros launched, Henry joins large group VR session, Bill tests first Bullwinkle prototype
2187 Mar - B2C36 - Bill demonstrates working asteroid moving system
2187 Nov - B2C30 - Bashful discovers advanced tech at GL877, is attacked and self-destructs
2188 May - B2C38 - Hal receives Bashful's last transmission, cautiously closes in on GL877, finds "others" home system, is attacked with gamma ray emitter and self-destructs
2188 Aug - B2C39 - Bill hosts Bobmoot to discuss Others
2188 Sep - B1C61 - Howard (gen4 via Riker>Charles) - Colonization of Vulcan begins with Howard overseeing
2188 Sep - B2C2 - First raptor attack on Vulcan colony
2188 Dec - B2C5 - Security fence around Vulcan colony town, Landing, completed, offloading of colonists begins
2189 Mar - B2C44 - Garfield tests flying android
2189 Apr - B2C8 - Exodus 3 (Sam) arrives at Romulous
2189 Sep - B2C16 - Howard informs Butterworth of the Others
2189 Oct - B2C20 - Family (Julia) comes out of stasis and disembark on Romulous, colonization of Romulus begins, egg-laying parasite discovered on Vulcan
2189 Nov - B2C25 - Howard meets Bridget
2190 Feb - B2C46 - Rudy and Edwin arrive at KKP with colonists
2190 Apr - B2C29 - Raptors break through fence at Vulcan settlement, discovered to be capable of digging
2191 Jan - B2C31 - Howard rolls out AMI-controlled surveillance drone and Cupid bug hunter system, has Bridget test first batch of whiskey, and introduces Bridget to Stephane
2192 Sep - B2C35 - Howard and Bridget produce acceptable batch of whiskey
2193 Mar - B2C42 - Howard chats with Bridget and Stéphane about distillery business and life as a replicant
2193 Aug - B2C45 - Howard and Riker begin looking into replicant tech
2193 Sep - B2C48 - Bridget surgery
2195 Jan - B2C65 - Archimedes becomes grandfather
2195 Mar - B2C49 - Colonization of Poseidon begins with Mulder overseeing
2195 Apr - B2C51 - Bridget and Stephane married; Howard leaves Vulcan, Dexter takes over
2195 Nov - B2C50 - Strike on 82 Eridani takes place with Loki leading, Bobs claim system, discover 2 habitable planets and 1 moon
2195 Dec - B2C52 - 82 Eridani report reaches Bill, talk of looking for Bender begins
2196 Apr - B2C53 - Hal returns to GL877, scouts and heads to GL 54
2197 Oct - B2C54 - Hal receives message that others group is headed to GL 54
2198 Jul - B2C58 - FAITH colony separates church from state, Cranston steps down
2201 Nov - B2C62 - Mulder leaves Poseidon
2204 Oct - B2C55 - Bill makes contact with others via probe in GL 54
2204 Oct - B2C57 - Bill holds moot to discuss Others and reveal images
2205 Apr - B2C59 - Others launch mission to NN 4285
2205 May -B2C60 - Claude arrives in Gamma Pavonis
2205 Sep - B2C61 - Oliver (Bill clone) comes online in Alpha Centauri
2207 - Claude begins producing Bobs (implied in other chapters)
2207 Feb - B2C63 - Jacques discovers intelligent life (Pavs) at Delta Pavonis
2207 Mar - B2C64 - Bill holds another moot to discuss Others
2208 Jan - B2C66 - Others launch convoy to Delta Pavonis
2210 Dec - B2C67 - Howard explores HIP 14101, human android prototype experimenting begins prior to Stephane's death
2211 Jan - B2C69 - Howard uses human android prototype to attend Stephane's funeral
2211 May - B2C70 - Howard talks Butterworth into being replicated upon death
2212 Sep - B2C68 - Jacques catalogs Pav planet and society
2212 Nov - B3C3 - Marcus discusses concerning governing on Poseidon with Kal and Gina
2213 Jun - B2C71 - Bob uses Deltan android on Delta Eridani
2214 Jun - B3C8 - Marcus uses android for the first time, helps plot revolution on Poseidon
2215 Feb - B3C13 - Marcus unveils aerial cities to revolutionaries
2215 Mar - B3C16 - Marcus moves some Poseidon residences to aerial cities
2215 Sep - B3C19 - Poseidon council cuts off aerial residents, blows up Marcus’s decoy
2215 Sep - B3C26 - Poseidon council strikes at revolutionaries, Marcus strikes back
2215 Sep - B3C31 - Marcus seems to have won the war against the council
2215 Oct - B3C35 - Marcus and revolutionaries discuss fate of the council and future plans for Poseidon
2216 Jan - B2C75 - Howard uses realistic android to meet Bridget
2217 Feb - B2C72 - First real battle with Others takes place at Delta Pavonis, Others decide to go after Sol and Epsilon Eridani next
2217 Feb - B3C2 - Howard goes to Bridget for consolation after battle with Others
2217 Feb - B2C73 - Collection of 20,000 Pavs takes place
2217 May - B2C74 - Bill gets an idea to deal with the Others
2217 Nov - B3C4 - Howard is in a relationship with Bridget
2217 Nov - B3C7 - Butterworth suicides after being diagnosed with dementia,
2218 Feb - B3C39 - Marcus has no further duties on Poseidon, considers exploring the ocean
2218 Feb - B3C9 - Howard is confronted by Bridget’s daughter
2218 May - B3C14 - Howard meets some of Bridget’s friends over dinner
2218 Oct - B3C12 - Julia dies, Riker uses android to attend funeral
2219 Jun - B3C20 - Howard discovers life in atmosphere of a gas giant at HIP 14101, brings Bridget into his VR using VR gear
2220 May - B3C23 - Bridget dies, children block efforts to replicate her
2220 May - B3C29 - Howard deals with the trial
2220 Sep - B3C37 - Judge rules in favor of Bridget’s will, Rosie attempts to sabotage Bridget's stasis pod, Howard has Bill replicate Bridget during the trial
2220 Oct - B3C41 - Howard brings Bridget online
2220 Oct - B3C18 - Mack arrives with first colonists at 82 Eridani; Vancouver colonists settle on Asgard (outer, steppe), Japanese settle on Takama-ga-hara (inner, jungle); Jack names Asgard’s habitable moon 'Valhalla’
2220 Nov - B2C76 - Archimedes’ wife Diana dies
2220 Dec - B3C44 - Bridget and Howard check out Odin life via flying android; Bridget attends her first moot
2221 Apr - B2C77 - Others finish stripping Delta Pavonis, Bill wakes 8 Pavs to decide if they want to go back to their home planet (Aszjan) or find a new one
2221 Jun - B3C46 - Howard and Bridget discuss building a prototype floating city on Odin
2223 Jan - B3C6 - Bill is capable of moving planets, has cloned Icarus and Daedalus
2223 Mar - B3C11 - Mario reports to Bill on further discovery of Others’ system stripping
2223 Jun - B3C21 - Mack destroyed by Medeiros during a conversation with Bill, his matrix survives
2223 Jun - B3C25 - Bill begins dealing with Medeiros at 82 Eridani
2223 Jun - B3C30 - Bill takes out Medeiros, brings Mack back online
2224 Mar - B3C1 - Start of third book, Bob hunts with Deltans via android, including Arnold's son Donald; group is accosted by a group from other village, Caerleon, led by Fred
2224 Mar - B3C5 - Bob executes ploy to outsmart Fred's group
2224 Mar - B3C10 - Bob avoids Fred’s group while solo hunting
2224 Apr - B3C28 - Bob catches Fred alone, threatens him
2224 Sep - B3C34 - Fred and co. kidnap Archimedes, Buster kills Fred during rescue
2225 Jan - B3C40 - Archimedes develops a plan to make peace with the other village
2225 Apr - B3C50 - The two Deltan villages have established trade
2226 Dec - B3C56 - Howard and Bridget deploy floating city, Rivendell, in Odin’s atmosphere, floating blimp animal promptly attempts to mate with it
2227 Mar - B3C22 - Herschel and Neil investigate 2 Others cargo ship remains at Delta Pavonis, find non-fusion power source
2227 Apr - B3C24 - Herschel and Neil continue investigating Others wreckage
2227 Apr - B3C15 - Charles reports material shortages to Riker, Riker tries to sell UN on putting Earth population in stasis
2227 Jul - B3C27 - Herschel and Neil power up Others cargo ship, report to Bill
2227 Sep - B3C32 - Bill and Garfield test prototype of Others power source
2227 Oct - B3C33 - Bill holds moot to discuss Herschel & Neil's findings, announces some monitoring drones have been found by Others
2227 Oct - B3C36 - Riker informs UN of the Others’ ship, Bellerophon
2228 Feb - B3C42 - Mack has been unable to detect any signs of Medeiros at 82 Eridani, feels they should've found something
2230 Jun - B3C51 - Bill holds status update moot, monitoring sphere planned for Sol
2230 Aug - B3C53 - Bill fails to convince Claude to divert his growing Gamma Pavonis defense Force to Sol
2230 Oct - B3C59 - Howard and Bridget attend Howie's wedding
2232 Jan - B3C17 - Icarus and Daedalus are in transit, likely to Others’ home system with planet and moon
2232 Sep - B3C61 - Bob comes to terms with Archimedes eventual death
2233 May - B3C69 - Archimedes dies, Bob leaves Eden
2233 Jun - B3C72 - Bob says goodbye to Eden
2236 Sep - B3C38 - Herschel and Neil are en route to Earth in large Others ship
2240 Mar - B3C43 - Icarus and Daedalus are approaching Others’home system
2240 Dec - B3C47 - Bill, Riker, and Mario develop plans for surveillance of Others’ home system
2243 - B3C55 - Bill's terraforming of Ragnarok has reached livability stage
2244 Feb - B3C62 - Howard and Bridget reside in floating city on Big Top (KKP’s parent planet), discuss adoption
2247 May - B3C45 - Jacques arrives ahead of Pavs (Phineas and Ferb controlling colony ships) at HIP 84051-2
2248 Nov - B3C49 - Mario updates Riker on surveillance of Others
2252 Feb - B3C52 - Last large farm on Earth fails,
2256 Jul - B3C48 - Jacques helps Pavs colonize 84051-2
2256 Dec ->
2257 Apr - B3C70 - Icarus and Daedalus destroy GL 877, Others’ home star
2257 Mar - B3C54 - Riker attends Justin's 75th birthday party
2257 Apr - B3C57 - Others detected approaching Sol, Herschel and Neil arrive at Sol
2257 Apr - B3C58 - Herschel, Neil, and Riker discuss the evacuation of Earth
2257 Apr - B3C60 - Sneak attack on the Others
2257 Apr - B3C63 - Herschel and Neil arrive at Earth, Herschel comes up with plan to save all remaining humans, begins collecting them
2257 Apr - B3C64 - Battle with Others begins
2257 Apr - B3C65 - Collection of humans at Sol continues
2257 Apr - B3C66 - Battle with Others continues
2257 Apr - B3C67 - Herschel and Neil finish evacuating Earth
2257 Apr - B3C68 - Battle with others ends
2257 Apr - B3C71 - Post-battle updates, Herschel and Neil drop non-stasis humans back on Earth
2257 Apr - B3C74 - Jacques updates Pavs on the defeat of the Others
2258 Jan - B3C73 - Bobs discuss formally announcing that they are not, collectively, humanity's slaves
2259 Jan - B3C75 - Herschel and Neil leave Sol with the rest of humanity, heading for 82 Eridani
2263 Oct - B3C76 - Bob returns to Earth for a pilgrimage, then head out to the stars
2296 Jan - B4C2 - Bob
2331 Sept - B4C3 - Bob
2331 Nov - B4C1 - Jacques
2332 Oct - B4C4 - Hershal
2332 Nov - B4C5 - Bob
2333 May - B4C6 - Bob
2333 June - B4C7 - Will
2333 July - B4C8 - Bob
2333 Aug B4C9 - Bob
2333 Sept - B4C10 - Hershal
2333 Oct - B4C11 - Bob
2333 Nov - B4C12 - Bob
2333 Dec - B4C13 - Howard
2334 Apr - B4C14 - Bob
2334 May - B4C15 - Bob
2334 May - B4C16 - Will
2334 June - B4C17 - Bob
2334 June - B4C18 - Will
2334 June - B4C19 - Bob
2334 July - B4C20 - Marcus
2334 July - B4C21 - Bob
2334 July - B4C22 - Bob
2334 July - B4C23 - Bill
2334 July - B4C24 - Bob
2334 July - B4C25 - Bob
2334 July - B4C26 - Bill
2334 July - B4C27 - Bob
2334 July - B4C28 - Bill
2334 July - B4C29 - Bob
2334 Dec - B4C67 - Bob
End book 4
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2020.10.07 02:21 CobblerDesigner2816 20 year bookseller veteran, lost job due to COVID, any advice for "pivoting?"

This is a throwaway account for obvious reasons.
I lost my job at a bookstore due to COVID. Spent 20 years of my life there, had a kid, divorced, now a single parent trying to make it through this pandemic alive. Have any laid off booksellers had success moving into a completely new career path?
A little about me: have fantastic communication skills, undergrad English degree (hey, I got this in the '90's when it was slightly more socially acceptable to get one, and this was my skill set), am very good with people, but admittedly struggle with an Excel spreadsheet, have no idea how to code (but wouldn't be a good fit for that career anyway). Sadly, I have no bestselling novel about to get published. Do you remember that Hugh Grant movie called "Notting Hill?" Where he works in a bookstore with goofy customers and Julia Roberts comes in and they start dating? Well, I am basically that Hugh Grant character (charming as hell, book smart, not tech smart) without the Julia Roberts bit. My store was full of dinosaurs like me. Now we are roaming the desolate earth after the meteor hit.
I'm not afraid of hard work, or doing temp work to pay the bills. But, I'm wildly curious if any other Reddit booksellers have happily moved on to more lucrative pastures? I am done with bookstores and refuse to work in a Barnes and Noble on principle. Any advice would be most welcome. And NO, I am not going to graduate school because I don't know what I want to do with the rest of my life. I don't need student loan debt.
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2020.10.01 04:21 MarionSwing A collection of information about body cameras as it relates to the shooting of Breonna Taylor

In /Kentucky, tonalplane42 was recently asking more details about what we know about the bodycam situation the night of Breonna Taylor’s death. While I had a short, immediate response – that the official line is that neither Hankison, Mattingly, nor Cosgrove were wearing one at all – I realized just how confusing and convoluted all the information we’ve had over the months has actually been. Therefore, I wanted to look at it a little deeper.
Most of the following has been reported on multiple outlets at this point, but I’ve tried to include at least one major source which each claim. --------------------------------------------------------------
OTHER INCIDENTS WITH OR WITHOUT BODYCAMS IN MARCH 2020
Interestingly, here are some other LMPD shooting that occurred in March 2020. Keep in mind these were all before LMPD knew Breonna Taylor’s case was going to blow up:
1) March 13, 2020. Justin Riggs was shot later on the same day as Breonna Taylor. Body cameras were present and turned on.
2) March 26, 2020. Bryan Johnson, shot at 3000 block of Talisman Road. “According to Chief Steve Conrad, two of the three officers' body cameras recorded the incident. He said one officer does not have video, and that will be addressed later.”
3) March 30, 2020. Jessie Stringfield, shot in the 200 block of East Gray Street. Body cameras were present and turned on. In fact, LMPD even put the footage (graphic, death) on Youtube
4) MY THOUGHTS: Ultimately, for the most part it seems other officers had no issues being equipped with a body camera and turning it on. In one of these 3 cases, they were simply responding to what was initially reported as a “domestic trouble” incident. Why would they not turn on body cameras for a raid? Let’s look at LMPD’s answer to that next.
ARTICLES IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SHOOTING
1) March 13, 2020. Immediately following the shooting, former LMPD Chief Steve Conrad said “there will be no body camera footage to share from the shooting because the officers who were involved were members of LMPD's Criminal Interdiction Division who ‘do not wear body-worn video systems’” as reported by WDRB.
2) March 14, 2020. Echoing Conrad, LMPD Major Paul Humphrey said, “A unit such as narcotics, they may not wear body cameras due to the desire to protect some of the people that they interact with and to protect their investigation”
Adding to this, River City Fraternal Order of Police President Ryan Nichols said, because narcotics officers often deal with informants and sensitive drug information, wearing body cameras on a day-to-day basis may actually hurt their investigations.
“[Informants’] identity needs to be protected," Nichols said. "The narcotics world is a very dangerous world and those individuals who, at times provide information to law enforcement, do so at the grave danger of themselves.”
Both these statements were published by Wave 3
Indeed, Hankison, Mattingly, and Cosgrove were part of the Criminal Interdiction Division, a very new team that started in November 2019 and is made up of several units that primarily work narcotics and violent crime cases. According to the aforementioned Wave 3 article, “Some of the members of CID are issued body cameras, though those officers who generally work narcotics cases have not been issued body cameras due to the nature of their work.”
3) MY THOUGHTS: So the answer seems to be that it was because they were part of this special CID unit. All that being said, as the Wave 3 article points out: “But in Breonna Taylor’s case, officers were not collecting information. They were in the process of serving the warrant” And as we will read next, Breonna Taylor’s family and their attorney pointed that in addition to that fact, the CID officers involved had been previously issues body cameras so where were they this time?
ALLEGATIONS BY BREONNA TAYLOR’S FAMILY AND ATTORNEY:
June 11, 2020. The Courier Journal runs an article) with several shocking (at the time) allegations. I am going to quote the article directly.
1) “Sam Aguiar and Lonita Baker say more than 120 officers ultimately were dispatched to Taylor's South End apartment on Springfield Drive in the early morning hours of March 13, a figure they call ‘incredibly high.’ Despite that, no body camera footage has been released, they wrote.”
2) “However, the court filing by Aguiar and Baker asserts that other members of the Criminal Interdiction Unit were assigned cameras prior to Taylor's death, and that Hankison, a narcotics officer, has also previously been assigned a body camera. This, they write, is confirmed by footage from former cases and written citations confirming the presence of cameras.”
3) “Throughout the course of the night, dozens of patrol, SWAT and other ranking officers came and went from the scene, they wrote, and no body camera footage has been turned over.”
4) “The attorneys also wrote that Taylor's apartment complex had security cameras, but LMPD has not turned over that footage.”
5) “In addition to the search warrant for Taylor's apartment, police also raided three neighboring homes on Elliott Avenue in the Russell neighborhood at the same time as a part of the same narcotics investigation. Aguiar and Baker assert that officers were wearing body cameras on Elliott Avenue, and that ‘following the shooting, LMPD officer Kelly Hanna Goodlett advised those present at 2424 Elliott to turn off their body cameras.’”
6) MY THOUGHTS: It is crazy when this came out. 120 officers at the scene and LMPD said they had NOTHING. We now know that isn’t the case of course. And did you catch that last quote from the article: “following the shooting, LMPD officer Kelly Hanna Goodlett advised those present at 2424 Elliott to turn off their body cameras.”
However, what I’m most interested in here is #2 which alleges that other members of the CID have been issued cameras in the past (which contradicts Chief Conrad, Major Paul Humphrey, and River City Fraternal Order of Police President Ryan Nichols’ statements that were made 24 hours after the shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Furthermore, while “other members” likely means “other members [besides Hankison, Mattingly, and Cosgrove],” #2 specifically names Hankison as having been issued a body camera before. They know this because Hankinson’s camera has been referenced in other cases preceding Breonna Taylor’s – most famously from his interactions with Kendrick Wilson who was arrested by Hankison multiple times and took Hankison to court over harassment as well as accusing him of planting evidence. In Wilson’s complaint, Hankison’s body camera is referenced. It is also referenced in articles such as this one published by WHAS 11.
So my question becomes: How does LMPD body camera issuance work? Are you issued one at the start of every shift? Or are you issued one at the start that is yours and only yours that you are responsible to take care of (like most other police issued equipment like a badge and a gun) and required to have with you and use? And why would that be relevant? Let’s look at that next.
THE LMPD AND BODY CAMERAS, HISTORY AND PROCEDURE
1) December 31, 2014. At the time, a body cameras were becoming increasingly relevant in American policing and the national public was asking for them more and more around the nation. As such, LMPD was saying they wanted body cameras for their officers and were rolling out a pilot program summer 2014 where Division 5 (Highlands and Clifton) officers would be equipped with cameras. In an article) published by WFPL covering this pilot program, it is stated that “Body cameras have been under consideration in LMPD for nearly two years [since 2012].”
Sergeant Phil Russell acting as spokesman for the LMPD at the time had told WFPL that “a full roll out to the department’s nearly 1,200 sworn officers is expected to follow by 2016” Russell added that LMPD has been “proactive, not apprehensive” regarding body cameras.
2) May 14th, 2015. WFPL reports that the plan appears to still be on track to outfit everyone by 2016, starting in June 2015 by gradually incorporating more and more divisions.
LMPD ordered 988 cameras (which covers about ¾ of total officers from a company called TASER.
It is noted at the end of the article that “[Chief Conrad] added he would also like to equip specialty units, such as the SWAT Team and VIPER Unit. The timeline for the specialty unit rollout is not part of a “main focus,” he added. CID did not exist yet, but perhaps they would later be considered to fall under the category of “specialty units” mentioned in this comment.
3) July 5, 2016. A One-Year Report to the LMPD about their body camera program. This report covers a lot of what I’ve been saying in this section in a lot more detail than the WFPL articles. For brevity, I have not gone into it too much – but you should definitely read it. I include it because it has a table for when the bodycams were rolled out to each Division between 2015 and 2016. Table 1: WVS Deployment Date by Division Fifth Division June 1, 2015 Second Division July 21, 2015 First Division August 4, 2015 Fourth Division August 12, 2015 Third Division August 18, 2015 Ninth Mobile Division August 20, 2015 Seventh Division September 24, 2015 Eighth Division October 2, 2015 Sixth Division March 11, 2016 Traffic Unit June 29, 2016
In addition to that, it mentions that despite what Chief Conrad said in #2, “Upon review of units it was determined that the 9th Mobile Division, Traffic Unit, Canine Unit, Division-level Flex Units, and SWAT team would receive body-worn cameras.” So it seems the idea to leave some specialty units out was reconsidered. Again, CID didn’t exist yet.
4) At the time of Breonna’s shooting, this seems to be Standard Operating Procedures policy that was in place. NOTE: There is a new one now since the shooting of Breonna
4.31.5 PROCEDURES (KACP 17.13a-b)
WVS equipment is the responsibility of the individual officer to whom it is assigned. WVS devices shall only be stored in designated, secured locations at LMPD facilities, inside of the officer’s home or in secured LMPD vehicles when they are not in use. Officers are to exercise reasonable care and maintenance of the WVS equipment. During their tour of duty, or while engaged in uniformed law enforcement-related secondary employment, officers shall maintain their WVS in a constant state of operational readiness. When practical, officers shall activate their WVS in recording mode, prior to their arrival on-scene, for any call for service or engaging in any law enforcement activity or encounter. The WVS shall be used to record all calls for service and law enforcement activities/encounters (e.g. arrests, citations, stops, pursuits, Code 3 operations/responses, searches, seizures, interviews, identifications, use of force incidents, collisions, transports, warrants, etc.). In extremely rare situations, an encounter may be sudden and unanticipated. If an officer is involved in a sudden and unanticipated incident where exigent safety concerns prevent the immediate activation of his/her WVS, he/she shall activate the WVS at the first opportunity, when it is safe to do so, in order to capture the immediate aftermath of the situation.
If an officer fails to activate his/her WVS in recording mode, fails to record the complete incident or interrupts the recording, he/she shall document the reason in a memorandum and forward it, through the appropriate chain of command, to his/her Bureau Commander.
4.31.6 OPERATION (KACP 17.13a) Officers shall inspect their WVS to verify that it is fully-charged and does not contain any recordings from a prior tour of duty. Officers shall immediately upload any prior recordings. Officers shall inspect their WVS and its components for damage and verify that it is functioning properly prior to, and during, their tour of duty.
5) MY THOUGHTS: Here is where my lack of expertise fails me. I can not tell from this language if an officer is assigned a camera and then THAT IS THEIR camera that they must take with them at all times. From the language, it sounds like equipment that is assigned and then expected to be cared for by the officer.
It matters, because there is an argument I’ve seen that officers are only required to have a camera if they’ve been assigned one. I don’t know if they are assigned every day or if they are assigned once and done. We know Hankison has been assigned a camera before due to previous cases. That would mean that this argument at least doesn’t hold up for Hankison, even if Mattingly and Cosgrove were never assigned a camera.

SO WHO DID HAVE A BODYCAM ON MARCH 13th, 2020?
1) September 4th, 2020: Vice news publishes an article with pictures from the night of the shooting of Breonna Taylor. Vice News picked up on body cam footage that was leaked. Vice says “The Louisville Metro Police Department took almost 300 pictures of the crime scene on the night of the raid and about another 300 the following day” Ultimately, more than 1200 photos have been taken.
In these pictures, you can see Cosgrove with an empty camera mount. Does this mean Cosgrove was previously assigned a Camera like Hankison? This remains a mystery. I’ve heard people say that he just simply put on a tactical vest that happened to have an empty mount while preparing to go on the no knock warrant, though I haven’t seen this sourced anywhere by media or the LMPD. I’ve also seen no record of Cosgrove having previous body cam footage used in legal proceeding (like we have with Hankison), but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t assigned one.
Also in these pictures, you see Officer Tony James with a body camera (not just a mount). Interestingly, this article was the first to suggest that there were FOUR officers present in addition to Hankison, Mattingly, and Cosgrove.
If nothing else, it rattles a previous statement by Fischer to Vice News in July 2020 referenced in this same VICE article. “In July, VICE News sat down with Mayor Greg Fischer and asked if any of the seven officers present for the raid were wearing body cameras. Mayor Fischer replied, ‘Not to my knowledge.’”
2) September 26, 2020. Vice News again, this time they picked up on leaked body cam footage. This footage is assumed to be leaked by Kendrick Wilson on Snapchat under the moniker Julia Roberts (a reference to Erin Brockovich’s investigation of Hinkley) groundwater contamination incident).
Vice says “the footage was captured by 45 different body cameras and included as part of the investigative file compiled by the LMPD’s Public Integrity Unit and shared with the Kentucky attorney general’s office.”

WHAT HAS CHANGED:
1) Since the raid, Louisville Metro Council has passed an ordinance requiring all officers executing a search warrant to wear body cameras and have them turned on.
2) Here is the new, improved Body Camera Standard Operating Procedure on Page 355
It does now state in 4.31.1 POLICY that “All sworn members will be issued WVS cameras”
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2020.09.27 08:50 dl_supertroll TIL Matthew Perry actually dated Yasmine Bleeth and Julia Roberts in real life

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2020.09.23 01:47 Leather_Term Revealed: Bill Clinton’s Intimate Secret Dinner With Ghislaine Maxwell

thedailybeast.com Sep. 22, 2020
The former president invited Ghislaine Maxwell to a cozy dinner in L.A. in 2014, years after she had been accused by a victim of procuring girls for Epstein’s sex ring.
After a star-studded gala in February 2014, Bill Clinton and his entourage headed to a vegan restaurant in Los Angeles for an intimate dinner with friends.
Their destination was Crossroads Kitchen, a Melrose Avenue hotspot that counts Beyoncé, Christina Applegate, and Katy Perry as fans, and features a menu with artichoke “oysters,” hearts of palm “crab cakes” and tagliatelle “bolognese.” That night, the restaurant was bustling. One insider spotted producer Jerry Bruckheimer and actor Bruce Willis, while TMZ recorded actor Sean Penn gliding through the front door.
Producer Steve Bing—Clinton’s friend, major Democratic donor, and investor in the restaurant who died by suicide this year—was already there waiting for the former president.
Former Clinton staffers Ben Schwerin, a future Snapchat executive, and then-talent agent Michael Kives were also invited to the swanky soiree.
But two other unlikely guests joined the party that night: British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell—accused of procuring underage girls for sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein—and tech CEO Scott Borgerson, now rumored to be her husband.
According to information obtained by The Daily Beast, Clinton’s advance team secured seating for the invitees and specifically noted Maxwell and someone named “Scott” had RSVP’d for the Thursday gathering.
Multiple sources with knowledge of the situation say aides had squabbled over Maxwell’s invitation beforehand due to her links to Epstein. Even to this day, Clinton insiders continue to point fingers over who should be blamed for Maxwell’s addition to the event.
The sources told The Daily Beast that longtime Clinton gatekeeper Doug Band cut Maxwell out of the president’s network in 2011 before he left Clinton’s employ the following year. (Band flew on Epstein’s private jet, including for Clinton’s 2002 humanitarian trip to Africa, and was listed in Epstein’s Little Black Book.)
Information obtained by The Daily Beast indicates Jon Davidson, Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, knew Maxwell was attending the 2014 dinner, which he helped to organize. Davidson did not return messages seeking comment.
“This is an intimate dinner with Clinton in L.A.,” said one source who was disturbed by the decision. “Think of all the people he knows in L.A., and Ghislaine gets to attend.”
Schwerin told The Daily Beast he has no recollection or record of being at the dinner, while Kives said he did not attend and has never met Maxwell or noticed her at other Clinton dinners.
Angel Ureña, a spokesman for Clinton, declined to comment and referred The Daily Beast to a statement he issued in 2019:
“President Clinton knows nothing about the terrible crimes Jeffrey Epstein pleaded guilty to in Florida some years ago, or those with which he has been recently charged in New York. In 2002 and 2003, President Clinton took a total of four trips on Jeffrey Epstein’s airplane: one to Europe, one to Asia, and two to Africa, which included stops in connection with the work of the Clinton Foundation. Staff, supporters of the Foundation, and his Secret Service detail traveled on every leg of every trip. He had one meeting with Epstein in his Harlem office in 2002, and around the same time made one brief visit to Epstein’s New York apartment with a staff member and his security detail. He’s not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade, and has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida.”
One friend of the Clintons told The Daily Beast that Ghislaine was close to Clinton and daughter Chelsea, went backstage at Clinton Global Initiative events, and even visited their homes. The source said the Clintons should take responsibility for spending time with Maxwell, who allegedly offered the Clintons hotel stays, air travel, and other largesse.
“It’s always someone else’s fault, it’s always not true,” the friend said. “They’re always fighting against the reporting and not that they did it. That’s the problem.”
By the time of the Crossroads dinner, the press had widely reported on Epstein’s abuse of girls at his mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, and lawsuits filed by victims of his trafficking scheme.
Claims of Maxwell’s involvement were known to Clinton staffers in 2011, when the Daily Mail reported on survivor Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who said Epstein and Maxwell trafficked her to Prince Andrew when she was 17. The report included a photograph of the British royal posing with Giuffre at Maxwell’s London home. In the picture, Maxwell smiles in the background as Andrew grips Giuffre’s bare waist.
It’s unclear why Maxwell was reintroduced into Clinton’s circle—at least for one cozy meatless dinner in Los Angeles on Feb. 27, 2014.
The night of the dinner, one person remembered Borgerson in particular because he wasn’t Ted Waitt, Maxwell’s ex-boyfriend and the billionaire Gateway co-founder. Waitt is a friend and supporter of the Clinton family, donating at least $10 million to the Clinton Foundation. “She had dated Ted Waitt for some time, so for her to go to a dinner like that, with someone who’s not Ted, was indicative that things moved on,” the source added.
TMZ reported Clinton dined with Penn that night but didn't mention any of the other boldfaced names. The gossip site published video footage of Clinton slipping into the back of the restaurant after a Secret Service motorcade parked, and of Penn striding through the entrance, ignoring a stringer’s questions about meeting Bill.
Hours earlier, the men rubbed elbows at the Unite4:Humanity gala at a Sony Pictures Studios lot, where singer Demi Lovato and other celebrities took selfies with the former president. Clinton, who received a “unity recognition award,” was the keynote speaker.
Clinton flew to New York the next morning, but Maxwell stayed in California. Three days after the group dinner with Clinton, Maxwell attended the Vanity Fair Oscar bash in West Hollywood, where a photographer snapped her with Elon Musk (who, in response to Twitter critics, claimed he was photobombed).
Another source with long ties to Clinton told The Daily Beast they were relieved Page Six or another outlet didn't catch wind of the gathering.
In 2014, Maxwell worked to reinvent herself through her oceans nonprofit, the TerraMar Project, and was photographed at a slew of society parties. She jet-setted to Alaska for the Iditarod, and spoke at a UN roundtable, Google’s Ocean Agenda conference, and a TEDx conference in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Maxwell, now awaiting trial for perjury and grooming girls for Epstein, was friendly with the Clinton clan for years. She had a front-row seat at Chelsea Clinton's wedding in 2010, reportedly as Waitt’s plus-one, at the Astor Courts estate in Rhinebeck, New York. Maxwell, Chelsea, and husband Marc Mezvinsky “flew together on a private plane to rendezvous with Waitt for a trip on Waitt’s yacht” around that time, Politico reported.
Last year, a spokeswoman for Chelsea told CNN the former first daughter was only acquainted with Maxwell because of Waitt.
Still, Maxwell’s ties to the Clintons run deeper. As The Daily Beast previously revealed, Maxwell and Epstein attended a reception at the White House during Clinton’s presidency. Bill and Hillary Clinton hosted the 1993 event for donors to the White House Historical Association, which funded Oval Office renovations including gold draperies and a new rug.
Maxwell’s dubious charity, the Max Foundation, showed a $2,500 contribution to the “Clinton Library and Foundation” in 2003. And in 2002 and 2003, the socialite traveled with the former president when he took trips on Epstein’s plane throughout Asia and Africa. Maxwell also flew from Miami to Westchester County, New York, with a group that included Epstein, Clinton, Secret Service agents and Sarah Kellen, Epstein’s personal assistant and alleged accomplice.
In 2009, one attorney for Epstein victims hired an investigator to serve Maxwell with a subpoena as she schmoozed at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting in New York. “To say she was upset about being publicly served at this function is an understatement,” attorney Brad Edwards wrote in his book.
Clinton isn't the only high-profile politician under fire over ties to Epstein and Maxwell.
President Donald Trump palled around with Epstein in the '90s and at least until 2002, when he called the hedge-funder a “terrific guy” in an interview with New York.
“I’ve known Jeff for fifteen years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it—Jeffrey enjoys his social life,” Trump told the magazine.
In 1992, Trump held a “calendar girl” competition at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, and Epstein was reportedly the only guest.
The same year, Epstein and Trump were videotaped at what appears to be a different party at Trump’s private club. Found in NBC archives, the footage was for a talk-show profile on Trump’s new life as a divorcee. The men ogle women on the dance floor, and Trump apparently tells Epstein, "Look at her, back there. ... She's hot." Epstein smiles and nods before collapsing into giggles after Trump whispers something in his ear.
Jane Doe, one survivor of Epstein’s sex ring, said the financier introduced her to Trump in 1994, when she was 14 years old. Her lawsuit said Epstein “elbowed Trump playfully” before asking, “This is a good one, right?”
“Trump smiled and nodded in agreement,” Doe’s complaint alleges. “They both chuckled and Doe felt uncomfortable, but, at the time, was too young to understand why.” (Doe does not accuse Trump of any misconduct.)
Epstein and Trump “were good friends,” Epstein’s brother Mark told the Washington Post, adding that Trump flew on Epstein’s plane “numerous times.” The financier’s address book contains multiple entries for Trump and now-First Lady Melania.
The men supposedly had a falling out over real estate in 2004, when Epstein tried to outbid Trump in a bankruptcy auction for the Palm Beach mansion of nursing home magnate Abe Gosman, according to the Post.
Three years later, Page Six reported Epstein was banned from Mar-a-Lago.
Trump also apparently hobnobbed with Maxwell. At a COVID press conference in July, Trump told reporters he met Maxwell “numerous times over the years” but couldn’t answer whether he thought the beleaguered socialite would spill dirt on other famous people accused of partaking in Epstein’s trafficking scheme.
“I don’t know. I haven’t been following it too much,” Trump said. “I just wish her well, frankly. I’ve met her numerous times over the years, especially since I lived in Palm Beach. I guess they lived in Palm Beach. But I wish her well, whatever it is.”
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2020.09.20 13:30 Britneyfan456 Which Actor had the best run in the 40s?

It could be best run in terms of anything and only Male Actors
Humphrey Bogart: Brother Orchid, Tokyo Joe, The Maltese Falcon, All Through the Night, Casablanca, Sahara, Thank Your Lucky Stars, To Have and Have Not, High Sierra, The Big Sleep, Dark Passage, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, They Drive by Night, Key Largo, The Wagons Roll at Night, Passage to Marseille, Across the Pacific, Dead Reckoning, Knock on Any Door, Virginia City, Action in the North Atlantic, Conflict, I Am an American, Never Say Goodbye, Always Together, and Two Guys from Milwaukee.
Edward G. Robinson: Brother Orchid, Scarlet Street, Key Largo, Double Indemnity, The Stranger, The Woman in the Window, Night Has a Thousand Eyes, It's a Great Feeling, House of Strangers, The Red House, All My Sons, Journey Together, Destroyer, Tampico, Mr. Winkle Goes to War, Unholy Partners, Larceny, Inc., A Dispatch from Reuters, Manpower, Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet, and The Sea Wolf.
Joseph Cotten: Citizen Kane, The Magnificent Ambersons, Shadow of a Doubt, Gaslight, Since You Went Away, I’ll Be Seeing You, Love Letters, The Farmer’s Daughter, Portrait of Jennie, The Third Man, Beyond the Forest, Hers to Hold, Under Capricorn, Duel in the Sun, and Lydia.
Cary Grant: Notorious, His Girl Friday, The Philadelphia Story, None but the Lonely Heart, Night and Day, Penny Serenade, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, Arsenic and Old Lace, Suspicion, My Favorite Wife, The Talk of the Town, I Was a Male War Bride, The Bishops Wife, Once Upon a Honeymoon, Mr. Lucky, Every Girl Should Be Married, Destination Tokyo, Once Upon a Time, and The Howards of Virginia.
John Garfield: The Sea Wolf, Air Force, Destination Tokyo, Between Two Worlds, Hollywood Canteen, Pride of the Marines, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Nobody Lives Forever, Humoresque, Body and Soul, Gentleman’s Agreement, Tortilla Flat, Difficult Years, Jigsaw, Force of Evil, We Were Strangers, Nobody Lives Forever, Out of the Fog, Dangerously They Live, Castle on the Hudson, Flowing Gold, Saturday's Children, and East of the River.
William Holden: Arizona, Texas, The Fleet’s In, The Remarkable Andrew, Dear Ruth, Rachel and the Stranger, Apartment for Peggy, Streets of Laredo, Variety Girl,The Man from Colorado, Miss Grant Takes Richmond, Dear Wife, Streets of Laredo, Blaze of Noon, The Fleet's In, I Wanted Wings, The Remarkable Andrew, Young and Willing, Meet the Stewarts, Our Town, and Those Were the Days!.
Robert Mitchum: The Story of G.I. Joe, The Locket, Pursued, Crossfire, Out of the Past, Rachel and the Stranger, Blood on the Moon, The Big Steal, Holiday Affair, Border Patrol, Beyond the Last Frontier, Follow the Band, Gung Ho!, Cry 'Havoc', Nevada, Colt Comrades, Bar 20, False Colors, Riders of the Deadline, The Human Comedy, The Magic of Make-up, Hoppy Serves a Writ, Aerial Gunner, We've Never Been Licked, The Lone Star Trail, Doughboys in Ireland, Corvette K-225, The Red Pony, Desire Me, Undercurrent, Till the End of Time, Girl Rush, West of the Pecos, Johnny Doesn't Live Here Any More, When Strangers Marry, The Dancing Masters, Minesweeper, and Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.
Gregory Peck: The Keys of the Kingdom, The Valley of Decision, Spellbound, The Yearling, Gentleman’s Agreement, Yellow Sky, Twelve O’Clock High, Duel in the sun, Gas Light, Days of Glory, The Macomber Affair, and The Paradine Case.
Vincent Price: The Invisible Man Returns, The House of the Seven Gables, The Keys of the Kingdom, Leave Her to Heaven, Dragonwyck, The Web, The Long Night, and The Three Musketeers.
James Stewart: Ziegfeld Girl, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Shop Around the Corner, The Mortal Storm, The Philadelphia Story, Come Live with Me, Call Northside 777, Rope, The Stratton Story, No Time for Comedy, Pot o' Gold, Magic Town, Malaya, and On Our Merry Way.
Orson Welles: Citizen Kane, Jane Eyre, Tomorrow Is Forever, The Stranger, The Lady from Shanghai, Macbeth, and The Third Man.
Cornell Wilde: A Song to Remember, Manila Calling, Leave Her to Heaven, The Homestretch, It Had to Be You, The Walls of Jericho, and Roadhouse.
Henry Fonda: The Lady Eve, The Grapes of Wrath, My Darling Clementine, The Ox-Bow Incident, You Belong to Me, On Our Merry Way, Daisy Kenyon, Chad Hanna, Jigsaw, Fort Apache, The Return of Frank James, The Fugitive, Lillian Russell, Wild Geese Calling, Immortal Sergeant, The Male Animal, The Magnificent Dope, Tales of Manhattan, The Long Night, and The Big Street.
Gary Cooper: Sergeant York, Meet John Doe, The Pride of the Yankees, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Fountainhead, Along Came Jones, Ball of Fire, and Unconquered.
John Wayne: Red River, Fort Apache, The Shepherd of the Hills,Sands of Iwo Jima, Reap the Wild Wind, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Wake of the Red Witch, The Fighting Seabees, Flying Tigers, They Were Expendable, Dark Command, Reunion in France, The Spoilers, Lady from Louisiana, Dakota, Angel and the Badman, Without Reservations, Flame of Barbary Coast, Tall in the Saddle, The Fighting Kentuckian, 3 Godfathers, Tycoon, Pittsburgh, A Lady Takes a Chance, In Old Oklahoma, Back to Bataan, Three Faces West, The Long Voyage Home, A Man Betrayed, The Shepherd of the Hills, Lady for a Night, In Old California, and Seven Sinners.
Spencer Tracy: Woman of the Year, The Sea of Grass, A Guy Named Joe, State of the Union, Adam's Rib, Tortilla Flat,Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Keeper of the Flame, Boom Town, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Edison, the Man, Northwest Passage, and Malaya.
Fred Astaire: The Barkleys of Broadway, Blue Skies, Easter Parade, Second Chorus, Ziegfeld Follies, You Were Never Lovelier, The Sky's the Limit, Holiday Inn, and You'll Never Get Rich.
Bing Crosby: Going my Way, The Bells of St. Mary's, Out of This World, Road to Morocco, Birth of the Blues, Holiday Inn, The Princess and the Pirate, My Favorite Brunette, Welcome Stranger, Duffy's Tavern, The Emperor Waltz, Blue Skies, Road to Utopia, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, and Dixie.
Ray Milliand: Reap the Wild Wind, The Lost Weekend, The Major and the Minor, The Big Clock, The Uninvited, Arise, My Love, Variety Girl, So Evil My Love, It Happens Every Spring, Ministry of Fear, Skylark, and I Wanted Wings.
Laurence Olivier: Hamlet, Rebecca, Henry V, 21 Days, That Hamilton Woman, 49th Parallel, This Happy Breed, and Pride and Prejudice.
Joel Mccrae: The More the Merrier, Sullivan's Travels, The Palm Beach Story, Ramrod, Reaching for the Sun, Foreign Correspondent, Primrose Path, The Great Moment, Colorado Territory, and The Unseen.
James Cagney: White Heat, Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Time of Your Life, Johnny Come Lately, 13 Rue Madeleine, City for Conquest, Torrid Zone, The Strawberry Blonde, Blood on the Sun, Captains of the Clouds, The Bride Came C.O.D., and The Fighting 69th.
Ward Bond: The Grapes of Wrath, Sergeant York, The Maltese Falcon, Gentleman Jim, My Darling Clementine, It's a Wonderful Life, The Fugitive, Fort Apache, 3 Godfathers, Joan of Arc, Canyon Passage, Dakota, Unconquered, Slightly Dangerous, Gentleman Jim, and The Shepherd of the Hills.
Gene Kelly: For Me and My Gal, Pilot #5, DuBarry Was a Lady, Thousands Cheer, The Cross of Lorraine, Cover Girl, Christmas Holiday, Anchors Aweigh, Living in a Big Way, The Pirate, Take Me Out to the Ballgame, and On the Town.
Burt Lancaster: The Killers, Desert Fury, Brute Force, Criss Cross, Rope of Sand, All My Sons, Sorry, Wrong Number, Variety Girl, Kiss the Blood Off My Hands, and I Walk Alone.
Frank Sinatra: Las Vegas Nights, On The Town, Ship Ahoy, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Anchors Aweigh, Step Lively, Reveille with Beverly, The Kissing Bandit, It Happened in Brooklyn, Till the Clouds Roll By, Higher and Higher, and The Miracle of the Bells.
Montgomery Clift: Red River, The Heiress, and The Search.
Walter Brennan: Sergeant York, To Have and Have Not, Red River, My Darling Clementine, Dakota, The Princess and the Pirate, A Stolen Life, The Pride of the Yankees, Stand By for Action, All Through the Day, Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!, Driftwood, Brimstone, Nobody Lives Forever, The Task Force, Nobody Lives Forever, Blood on the Moon, The Westerner, Maryland, Northwest Passage, Meet John Doe, Rise and Shine, Nice Girl?, The North Star, This Woman is Mine, Swamp Water, Home in Indiana, and Hangmen Also Die!.
Tyrone Power: The Mark of Zorro, Blood and Sand, The Black Swan, Prince of Foxes, Captain from Castile, Nightmare Alley, The Razor's Edge, Johnny Apollo, Brigham Young, Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake, This Above All, A Yank in the R.A.F., The Luck of the Irish, That Wonderful Urge, and Crash Dive.
Claude Rains: Casablanca, Notorious, Kings Row, The Wolf Man, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Moontide, Now, Voyager, Phantom of the Opera, Forever and a Day, Lady with Red Hair, Saturday's Children, The Sea Hawk, Strange Holiday, Mr. Skeffington, Passage to Marseille, Song of Surrender, Deception, Rope of Sand, This Love of Ours, Caesar and Cleopatra, The Passionate Friends, Angel on My Shoulder, and The Unsuspected.
Peter Lorre: The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Arsenic and Old Lace, All Through the Night, The Boogie Man Will Get You, Three Strangers, Hollywood Canteen, The Mask of Dimitrios, The Verdict, The Chase, The Conspirators, Hotel Berlin, Black Angel, The Constant Nymph, Stranger on the Third Floor, The Face Behind the Mask, Background to Danger, You'll Find Out, Invisible Agent, The Cross of Lorraine, Casbah, Confidential Agent, My Favorite Brunette, and The Beast with Five Fingers.
Kirk Douglas: Out of the Past, I Walk Alone, Champion, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, A Letter to Three Wives, Mourning Becomes Electra, The Walls of Jericho, and My Dear Secretary. Farley Granger: Rope, They Live By Night, The Purple Heart, Roseanna McCoy, and Enchantment.
Clifton Webb: The Razor's Edge, Laura, Sitting Pretty, Mr. Belvedere Goes to College, and The Dark Corner.
Lee J. Cobb: The Luck of the Irish, This Thing Called Love, Paris Calling, Boomerang, Call Northside 777, The Miracle of the Bells, Thieves' Highway, The Dark Past, The Song of Bernadette, Johnny O'Clock, Anna and the King of Siam, Tonight We Raid Calais, Buckskin Frontier, and Men of Boys Town.
Sydney Greenstreet: The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Across the Pacific, Three Strangers, The Conspirators, Background to Danger, They Died with Their Boots On, Between Two Worlds, Devotion, The Verdict, Ruthless, The Hucksters, The Woman in White, Malaya, Flamingo Road, It's a Great Feeling, The Velvet Touch, Conflict, That Way with Women, Christmas in Connecticut, and Pillow to Post.
Tim Holt: The Treasure of The Sierra Madre, The Magnificent Ambersons, Laddie, Swiss Family Robinson, Back Street, The Fargo Kid, Wagon Train, Dude Cowboy, The Bandit Trail, Come on Danger, Land of the Open Range, Six-Gun Gold, Robbers of the Range, Western Heritage, Guns of Hate, Indian Agent, Brothers in the Saddle, Along the Rio Grande, Riding the Wind, Thundering Hoofs, Bandit Ranger, Pirates of the Prairie, Sagebrush Law, Thunder Mountain, Fighting Frontier, The Avenging Rider, Under the Tonto Rim, Gun Smugglers, Rustlers, The Mysterious Desperado, The Arizona Ranger, Stagecoach Kid, Red River Robin Hood, My Darling Clementine, and Wild Horse Mesa.
George Raft: Background to Danger, Red Light, A Dangerous Profession, The House Across the Bay, They Drive by Night, Man Power, Broadway, Nob Hill, Stage Door Canteen, Nocturne, Mr. Ace, Johnny Angel, Intrigue, Whistle Stop, Outpost in Morocco, Race Street, Christmas Eve, and Johnny Allegro.
Melvyn Douglas: This Thing Called Love, A Woman's Secret, The Great Sinner, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, My Own True Love, They All Kissed the Bride, Three Hearts for Julia, The Sea of Grass, The Guilt of Janet Ames, Our Wife, We Were Dancing, Too Many Husbands, He Stayed for Breakfast, Third Finger, Left Hand, A Woman's Face, That Uncertain Feeling, and Two-Faced Woman.
Henry Travers: It's a Wonderful Life, The Moon Is Down, Mrs. Miniver, The Bells of St. Mary's, Gallant Journey, The Flame, The Yearling, The Girl from Jones Beach, The Accused, Beyond Glory, Shadow of a Doubt, Dragon Seed, Madame Curie, The Very Thought of You, Thrill of a Romance, None Shall Escape, The Naughty Nineties, Ball of Fire, The Bad Man, Wyoming, High Sierra, Primrose Path, Edison, the Man, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob, I'll Wait for You, Anne of Windy Poplars, Pierre of the Plains, and Random Harvest.
Toshiro Mifune: Snow Trail, These Foolish Times 1 & 2, Drunken Angel, Jakoman and Tetsu, Stray Dog, and The Quiet Duel.
Walter Huston: The Treasure of The Sierra Madre, Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Maltese Falcon, The Devil and Daniel Webster, Swamp Water, Dragon Seed, The North Star, The Outlaw, Edge of Darkness, Dragonwyck, And Then There Were None, Duel in the Sun, December 7th: The Movie, Mission to Moscow, The Great Sinner, Summer Holiday, The Shanghai Gesture, Always in My Heart, and In This Our Life.
Erol Flynn: Edge of Darkness, Santa Fe Trail, San Antonio, Virginia City, The Sea Hawk, They Died with Their Boots On, Gentleman Jim, Footsteps in the Dark, Dive Bomber, That Forsyte Woman, Silver River, Adventures of Don Juan, Cry Wolf, Never Say Goodbye, Escape Me Never, Uncertain Glory, Northern Pursuit, Objective, Burma!, and Desperate Journey.
Chishū Ryū: Late Spring, Ornamental Hairpin, A Hen in the Wind, Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family, Army, There Was a Father, and Record of a Tenement Gentleman.
Alec Guinness: Kind Hearts and Coronets, Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, Evensong, and A Run for Your Money.
Trevor Howard: The Third Man, Brief Encounter, They Made Me a Fugitive, The Way to the Stars, So Well Remembered, The Way Ahead, I See a Dark Stranger, and Green for Danger. Anton Walbrook: The Red Shoes, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Gaslight, The Queen of Spades, Dangerous Moonlight, The Man from Morocco, and 49th Parallel.
John Mills: The Black Sheep of Whitehall, Old Bill and Son, Cottage to Let, This Happy Breed, The Big Blockade, We Dive at Dawn, In Which We Serve, The Young Mr. Pitt, Great Expectations, The Way to the Stars, Waterloo Road, So Well Remembered, Scott of the Antarctic, The October Man, The History of Mr. Polly, and The Rocking Horse Winner.
Basil Radford: Flying Fortress, Just William, Crook's Tour, The Flying Squad, Night Train to Munich, The Girl who Forgot, Room for Two, Spies of the Air, Girl in the News, The Next of Kin, Unpublished Story, Twilight Hour, Dear Octopus, Millions like Us, London Scrapbook, The Captive Heart, Whisky Galore!, Quartet, A Girl in a Million, Passport to Pimlico, Dead of Night, The Winslow Boy, Stop Press Girl, Helter Skelter, and It's Not Cricket.
John Mills: The Black Sheep of Whitehall, Old Bill and Son, Cottage to Let, This Happy Breed, The Big Blockade, We Dive at Dawn, In Which We Serve, The Young Mr. Pitt, Great Expectations, The Way to the Stars, Waterloo Road, So Well Remembered, Scott of the Antarctic, The October Man, The History of Mr. Polly, and The Rocking Horse Winner.
Anton Walbrook: The Red Shoes, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Gaslight, The Queen of Spades, Dangerous Moonlight, The Man from Morocco, and 49th Parallel.
Edmund O’ Brien: The Killers, A Double Life, White Heat, D.O.A., The Web, For the Love of Mary, Another Part of the Forest, Winged Victory, An Act of Murder, Task Force, Fighter Squadron, Under Capricorn, Powder Town, The Amazing Mrs. Holliday, Obliging Young Lady, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob, and Parachute Battalion.
Van Johnson: Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, A Guy Named Joe, The Human Comedy, Too Many Girls, Murder in the Big House, For the Common Defense!, Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant, The War Against Mrs. Hadley, Somewhere I'll Find You, Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case, Madame Curie, Pilot No. 5, The White Cliffs of Dover, Week-End at the Waldorf, Between Two Women, 3 Men in White, Two Girls and a Sailor, Easy to Wed, Thrill of a Romance, Battleground, Till the Clouds Roll By, Mother Is a Freshman, Command Decision, In the Good Old Summertime, Scene of the Crime, The Romance of Rosy Ridge, The Bride Goes Wild, State of the Union, No Leave, No Love, and High Barbaree.
Bob Hope: The Great Lover, Variety Girl, Where There's Life, Sorrowful Jones, Road to Rio, The Paleface, The Story of G.I. Joe, My Favorite Brunette, Monsieur Beaucaire, Road to Utopia, Road to Morocco, Let's Face It, The Princess and the Pirate, Show Business at War, They Got Me Covered, Combat America, My Favorite Blonde, The Ghost Breakers, Star Spangled Rhythm, Nothing but the Truth, Louisiana Purchase, Caught in the Draft, Road to Singapore, and Road to Zanzibar.
Fred MacMurray: Star Spangled Rhythm, Double Indemnity, Family Honeymoon, An Innocent Affair, Singapore, Smoky, Suddenly, It's Spring, Pardon My Past, On Our Merry Way, The Miracle of the Bells, The Egg and I, Father Was a Fullback, Practically Yours, Murder, He Says, Where Do We Go from Here?, Captain Eddie, Above Suspicion, Standing Room Only, Take a Letter, Darling, The Forest Rangers, Flight for Freedom, No Time for Love, Virginia, And the Angels Sing, New York Town, Dive Bomber, Rangers of Fortune, The Lady Is Willing, One Night in Lisbon, Remember the Night, Little Old New York, and Little Old New York
James Gleason: When My Baby Smiles at Me, Miss Grant Takes Richmond, Tycoon, The Homestretch, Down to This Man's Navy Earth, The Clock, The Keys of the Kingdom, Arsenic and Old Lace, This Man's Navy, Captain Eddie, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, The Well Groomed Bride, Lady Luck, Home Sweet Homicide, The Bishop's Wife, Bad Boy, The Hoodlum Saint, Smart Woman, The Life of Riley, The Return of October, Take One False Step, The Falcon Takes Over,Footlight Serenade, My Gal Sal, Tales of Manhattan, Crash Dive, Manila Calling, A Guy Named Joe, Once Upon a Time, The Dude Goes West, Babes on Broadway, Hay Foot, A Date with the Falcon, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Tanks a Million, Nine Lives Are Not Enough, Meet John Doe, Affectionately Yours, Grandpa Goes to Town, and Earl of Puddlestone.
Glenn Ford: Convicted Woman, Men Without Souls, The Lady in Question, Babies for Sale, Texas, Blondie Plays Cupid, So Ends Our Night, Gilda, A Stolen Life, Go West, Young Lady, Destroyer, Flight Lieutenant, The Adventures of Martin Eden, The Desperadoes, The Loves of Carmen, Framed, Gallant Journey, The Mating of Millie, Lust for Gold, The Man from Colorado, The Return of October, Mr. Soft Touch, The Undercover Man, and The Doctor and the Girl.
James Mason: Odd Man Out, The Seventh Veil, The Wicked Lady, This Man Is Dangerous, Hatter's Castle, Alibi, Thunder Rock, The Night Has Eyes, Candlelight in Algeria, The Man in Grey, Secret Mission, Caught, Madame Bovary, The Reckless Moment, East Side, West Side, The Upturned Glass, Fanny by Gaslight, Hotel Reserve, A Place of One's Own, They Were Sisters, The Bells Go Down, and They Met in the Dark.
Van Heflin: Johnny Eager, The Feminine Touch, Santa Fe Trail, Kid Glove Killer, H. M. Pulham, Esq., The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Possessed, Green Dolphin Street, The Three Musketeers, Tap Roots, Till the Clouds Roll By, East Side, West Side, B.F.'s Daughter, The Secret Land, Act of Violence, Madame Bovary, Tennessee Johnson, Seven Sweethearts, Grand Central Murder, and Presenting Lily Mars.
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2020.09.14 18:56 Mode2345 How To Recover From A Breakup (Timeless Lessons from The Stoics)

It happens to all of us. We’re happily coupled one day, madly in love, walking hand in hand in a lovely spot as the light dies from the sky and the city is set alight with streetlights and the gentle warm glow emanating from nearby windows. Then there is a spat, a mistake is made, we arrive late one time too many, or circumstances beyond our control result in a breakup. Whatever the reason, whoever made the decision, the fabric of this lovely tapestry we call our relationship is torn.
So now what? you may wonder. Now, we heal. But how? By turning to ancient wisdom. Here’s advice from the Ancient Stoics on how to heal from a break up:
Don’t Make Things Worse
“How much more harmful are the consequences of anger and grief than the circumstances that aroused them in us!”— Marcus Aurelius
The first rule of holes, goes the adage, is that “if you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” This might be the most violated piece of wisdom in the world. What most of us do when something goes wrong or is inflicted on us, is make it worse—first, by getting angry or feeling aggrieved, and next, by flailing around before we have much in the way of a plan.
Seneca’s line was “How does it help…to make troubles heavier by bemoaning them?” Try not to add angry or negative emotions to the equation. Don’t react for the sake of reacting. Stop digging. Don’t call and text them 500 times. Don’t download every dating app and rush to line up someone new. Don’t go on a social media rampage. Remember, we always have a choice: Do we focus on the ways we have been wronged, or do we look for lessons, do we find aspects of the relationship to be appreciative of? Will we wait for someone to save us, or will we listen to Marcus Aurelius‘s empowering call to “get active in your own rescue—if you care for yourself at all—and do it while you can.”
Alive Time or Dead Time?
“We cry to God Almighty, how can we escape this agony? Fool, don’t you have hands? Or could it be God forgot to give you a pair? Sit and pray your nose doesn’t run! Or, rather just wipe your nose and stop seeking a scapegoat.” —Epictetus
The bestselling author Robert Greene says there are two types of time in our lives: dead time, when people are passive and waiting, and alive time, when people are learning and acting and utiliz­ing every second. Every moment or situation that we did not deliberately choose or control, presents this choice: Alive time. Dead time.
During a breakup, every part of us wants to complain about how terrible the situation is. How this shouldn’t be happening to me. How it’s unfair. How we wish we would have done this or that differently. But it’s this attitude and thinking that creates dead time we can never get back. It’s easy to be angry, to be aggrieved, to be depressed or heartbroken, to hide under the covers and watch Rom-Coms for weeks.
But all the talk of: I don’t want this. I want ______. I want it my way—this accomplishes nothing! Instead, choose alive time! Shift the talk to: This is an opportunity for me. I can learn and grow from this. I will not let this be dead time for me.
No Shame In Needing Help
Don’t be ashamed of needing help. You have a duty to fulfill just like a soldier on the wall of battle. So what if you are injured and can’t climb up without another soldier’s help? —Marcus Aurelius
No one ever said you were born with all the tools you’d need to solve every problem you’d face in life. In fact, as a newborn, you were practically helpless. Someone helped you then, and you came to understand that you could ask for that help. It was how you knew you were loved.
Well, you are still loved. There are other soldiers—people who have dealt with the same pain—ready to help you climb out of this. You can ask for help. You don’t have to face this on your own. If you need help, comrade, just ask.
Stay Focused On The Present
Don’t let your reflection on the whole sweep of life crush you. Don’t fill your mind with all the bad things that might still happen. Stay focused on the present situation and ask yourself why it’s so unbearable and can’t be survived. — Marcus Aurelius
When you look back at some of the most impressive, even scary, things that you’ve overcome and endured, how were they possible? How were you able to see past the danger or the poor odds? As Marcus described, you didn’t fill your mind with negativity, you didn’t let the whole sweep of the situation crush you.
A character in Chuck Palahniuk‘s novel Lullaby says, “The trick to forgetting the big picture is to look at everything close up.” Sometimes zooming out and grasping the big picture is important, the Stoics say. Other times though, it’s counterproductive and overwhelming to be thinking of everything that lies ahead. So by focusing exclusively on the present, we’re able to avoid or remove those intimidating or negative thoughts from our frame of view.
A man walking a tightrope tries not to think about how high up he is or how far the other side is. Like us, he’s better off putting one foot in front of the other.
Accepting What Is
“Happiness and freedom begin with a clear understanding of one principle: Some things are within our control, and some things are not. It is only after you have faced up to this fundamental rule and learned to distinguish between what you can and can’t control that inner tranquility and outer effectiveness become possible.” — Epictetus
“Don’t seek for everything to happen as you wish it would, but rather wish that everything happens as it actually will—then your life will flow well.” — Epictetus
Stoicism, first and foremost, teaches us that we can’t control or rely on anything outside what Epictetus called our “reasoned choice”—our ability to use our reason to choose how we respond and reorient ourselves to external events. Something happened that we wish had not. Which of these is easiest to change: our opinion or the event that is past? The answer is obvious. Accept what happened and change your wish that it had not happened. Stoicism calls this the “art of acquiescence”—to accept rather than fight what happens.
And the most practiced Stoics take it a step further. Instead of simply accepting what happens, they urge us to actually enjoy what has happened—whatever it is. Nietzsche, many centuries later, coined the perfect expression to capture this idea: amor fati (a love of fate). It’s not just accepting, it’s loving everything that happens.
Which brings us to…
Always Love
“Hecato says, ‘I can teach you a love potion made without any drugs, herbs, or special spell—if you would be loved, love.’” — Seneca
In adversity, it’s so easy to hate. Hate defers blame. It makes someone else responsible. It’s a distraction too; we don’t do much else when we’re busy getting revenge or investigating the wrongs that have supposedly been done to us. Does this get us any closer to where we want to be? No. It just keeps us where we are — or worse, arrests our development entirely.
You know what is a better response to something you don’t like? Love. That’s right, love. For the parent that let you down. For the bureaucrat who lost your paperwork. For the group that rejects you. For the critic who attacks you. The former partner who stole your business idea. The bitch or the bastard who cheated on you. Love.
Love. Love. Love. Love. Why? Because, as the Beatles put it, “In the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make.” Think of Martin Luther King Jr., over and over again, preaching that hate was a burden and love was freedom. Love was transformational, hate was debilitating. “Hate,” he said “is a cancer that gnaws away at the very vital center of your life and your existence. It is like eroding acid that eats away the best and the objective center of your life.”
There is almost no situation in which hatred helps. Yet almost every situation is made better by love—or empathy, understanding, appreciation—even situations in which you are in opposition to someone.
And who knows, you might just get some of that love back.
The Obstacle Is The Way
“While it’s true that someone can impede our actions, they can’t impede our intentions and our attitudes, which have the power of being conditional and adaptable. For the mind adapts and converts any obstacle to its action into a means of achieving it. That which is an impediment to action is turned to advance action. The obstacle on the path becomes the way.” — Marcus Aurelius
The mind is infinitely elastic and adaptable. Through a breakup, you have the power to use the Stoic exercise of turning obstacles upside down, which takes one negative circumstance and uses it as an opportunity to practice an unintended virtue or form of excellence. For example:
If something prevents you from getting to your destination on time, then this is a chance to practice patience.
If an employee makes an expensive mistake, this is a chance to teach a valuable lesson.
If a computer glitch erases your work, it’s a chance to start over with a clean slate.
If someone hurts you, it’s a chance to practice forgiveness.
If something is hard, it is a chance to get stronger.
Try this line of thinking and see whether there is a situation in which one could not find some virtue to practice or derive some benefit. There isn’t one. Not even in the ending of a relationship you didn’t want to end. Every impediment can advance action in some form or another.
Stoic Exercises:
Philosophy is not just about talking or lecturing or reading long, dense books. It is something men and women of action use—and have used throughout history—to solve their problems and achieve their greatest triumphs. So we’ll leave you with a couple of action items to help you overcome this trying time:
Journaling:
Epictetus the slave. Marcus Aurelius the emperor. Seneca the power broker and playwright. These three radically different men had at least one habit in common: Journaling.
Epictetus told his students that philosophy was something they should “write down day by day,” that this writing was how they “should exercise themselves.” Seneca explained to a friend that when darkness had fallen and his wife had gone asleep, “I examine my entire day and go back over what I’ve done and said, hiding nothing from myself, passing nothing by.” Then he would go to bed, finding that “the sleep which follows this self-examination” was particularly sweet. And Marcus, he was the most prodigious of journalers, and we are lucky enough that his writings survive to us, appropriately titled, Τὰ εἰς ἑαυτόν, Ta eis heauton, or “to himself.” As he put it, “Every day and night keep thoughts like these at hand—write them, read them aloud, talk to yourself and others about them.”
Tim Ferriss, one of the most vocal modern proponents of Stoicism, has explained the value of journaling:
“I don’t journal to “be productive.” I don’t do it to find great ideas, or to put down prose I can later publish. The pages aren’t intended for anyone but me. Morning pages are, as author Julia Cameron puts it, “spiritual windshield wipers.” It’s the most cost-effective therapy I’ve ever found. To quote her further…: ‘Once we get those muddy, maddening, confusing thoughts [nebulous worries, jitters, and preoccupations] on the page, we face our day with clearer eyes.’” Whether preparing for the day ahead, reflecting on the day that has passed, clearing our eyes from muddy and maddening thoughts, reminding oneself of the wisdom we have learned from our teachers, from our reading, from our own experiences—journaling is Stoicism. You really can’t have one without the other.
Along with joining great company, journaling has been proven to deliver some powerful benefits:
[*] A study from Cambridge University concluded that writing about traumatic, stressful or emotional events results in improvements in both physical and psychological health.
[*] Researchers at the University of Arizona published in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine: Journal of Biobehavioral Medicine their findings that keeping a journal after a ­divorce not only helped people make sense of the experience emotionally and move forward, but also resulted in lower heart rate and higher heart rate variability – associated with ­better health
[*] Dr James Pennebaker, author of Opening Up by Writing It Down, found that as well as lowering depression and anxiety, journaling strengthens the body’s T-lymphocytes—the cells responsible for the immune response to antigens (foreign substances) in the body
So get out a pen and a journal and push yourself to write about the difficult stuff, the uncomfortable stuff, the burdens you’re carrying around. You’ll be surprised by how much wisdom you’ll cultivate, just from within yourself, as well as the load you’ll take off your shoulders.
Contemplate A Sympatheia (connectedness with the cosmos) Perspective:
When the astronauts of Apollo 8 became the first humans to orbit the moon, it was a profoundly shocking experience for astronaut and terrestrial viewer alike for reasons wholly unexpected by both. Astronomer Fred Hoyle predicted that shock twenty years earlier when he wrote, “Once a photograph of the Earth, taken from the outside, is available…a new idea as powerful as any in history will be let loose.”
Frank White, one of those millions of viewers on Christmas Eve 1968, coined it The Overview Effect. But this fascination and mesmerization with Earth’s place in the cosmos goes all the way back to the dawn of humanity. That fascination eventually found its way into the journals of Marcus Aurelius, who reminded himself repeatedly about the limitations of the individual perspective and challenged himself to experience the world from a cosmic perspective—the view from above, as he often described it.
It is humbling to look at the world from the cosmic point of view. “Think,” Marcus wrote, “of time in its entirety, of which a brief and momentary span has been assigned to you; and of the works of destiny, and how very small is your part in them.” It’s Similar to the message Carl Sagan’s famous talk about The Pale Blue Dot. Powerful people and all of our most cherished accomplishments seem trivial when we take the view from above. This can be a great source of relief, especially during hard times.
Seneca believed it to be the way to make all your problems, even the really vexing and painful ones, seem less severe. All you have to do, he says, is: “Draw further back and laugh.”
Ryan Holiday
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2020.09.08 16:41 Elfdemon The Simpsons cameo on Sesame Street episode "Monster in the Mirror" is currently one of the only things missing to complete the The Simpsons Collection on Disney+

Many people think that The Simpsons Collection on Disney+ is complete now that it has The Simpsons, The Simpsons Movie, and the two Maggie Simpson shorts all in it, however there's still a few things from The Simpsons series that are missing on Disney+ and therefore missing from The Simpsons Collection on Disney+ and that one of those things is a cameo from The Simpsons family on an episode of Sesame Street.
As many of you probably know, The Simpsons has made many references to Sesame Street over the years, but what many of you probably don't know is that The Simpsons have actually officially appeared on an episode of Sesame Street called "Monster in the Mirror." And along with the original The Simpsons shorts that were a segment on The Tracey Ullman Show, the Stark Raving Dad episode of The Simpsons (Season 3, Episode 1) and the The Simpsons DVD/Blu-ray audio commentaries, it is one of the only The Simpsons things left to be added to Disney+.
"Monster in the Mirror" is a Sesame Street song sung by Grover. In Season 22, the song was re-edited to include cameos by celebrities who had appeared on the show that year, including María Conchita Alonso, Candice Bergen, Ray Charles, Chubby Checker, Glenn Close, Tyne Daly, Geena Davis, Bo Diddley, Roger Ebert, Whoopi Goldberg, Jeff Goldblum, Kadeem Hardison, Charlayne Hunter-Gault, Bo Jackson, Kid 'n Play, Robert MacNeil, Lou Diamond Phillips, Julia Roberts, Gene Siskel, Jeff Smith, Tracey Ullman, Blair Underwood, Malcolm-Jamal Warner, Robin Williams and The Simpsons.
In this celebrity version of the song "Monster in the Mirror", The Simpsons replace two monsters on a wall painting, and at the end, Homer reprimands Bart (who yells "Hey, Wubba man!" to Grover). The show's voice cast are heard in the segment (Dan Castellaneta as Homer, Julie Kavner as Marge, Nancy Cartwright as Bart, and Yeardley Smith as Lisa).
But yeah, the appeal of Disney+ is that it has everything Disney in one place. Without this cameo added to Disney+, and without the original The Simpsons shorts from the Tracey Ullman Show, the Stark Raving Dad episode (Season 3, Episode 1) and the The Simpsons DVD / Blu-ray audio commentaries, that appeal is pretty much untrue. Without these few things added to Disney+, the The Simpsons Collection will technically remain incomplete. Also, The Simpsons is one of the biggest and most successful things for Disney+. It has been on Trending since Disney+'s release, so I'm sure any The Simpsons content added to Disney+ will get watched a lot. But also, a lot of stuff on Disney+ is old and dated. The appeal of Disney+ is that it has everything Disney owns in one place. Which includes those old and dated things that a lot of people probably wouldn't want to watch. But, those things will still always have their fans who do want to watch them. Especially when it comes to anything Disney. And The Simpsons is now Disney. Plus, the hardcore The Simpsons fans that have always been there would of course want an easily accessible location to watch all of The Simpsons content in one place.
And yes, the rights to this cameo most likely belong to Sesame Workshop due to them owning the rights to the episode the cameo appears on and owning the rights to the Sesame Street show as a whole, and yes, Sesame Workshop currently have all of their content on HBO Max through deals with Warner Bros., however, it is not impossible for Disney to make some type of deal to have only this cameo come to Disney+. It doesn't even have to be the full "Monster in the Mirror" episode or song, it could just be the The Simpsons cameo from the Monster in the Mirror episode/song. It could be added as a short to Disney+. It would be perfect for The Simpsons Collection that's on Disney+. And Disney has made deals with other companies to get things they don't own on Disney+ before, such as Bluey, PJ Masks, Gigantosaurus, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir, Miraculous World: New York – United HeroeZ, and Miraculous World: Shanghai – Lady Dragon. These are shows and movies that are and have been close to the Disney brand, so I can only see them going out of their way to make deals with companies for things that are already closely related to Disney. And The Simpsons falls under that category. I could imagine them going out of their way to get anything and everything The Simpsons on Disney+, especially since it's still being watched like crazy and is still at the top of their Trending.
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2020.08.16 05:16 Britneyfan456 Which Actor had the best run in the 40s?

It could be best run in terms of anything and only Male Actors.
Humphrey Bogart: Brother Orchid, Tokyo Joe, The Maltese Falcon, All Through the Night, Casablanca, Sahara, Thank Your Lucky Stars, To Have and Have Not, High Sierra, The Big Sleep, Dark Passage, The Treasure of the Sierra Madre, They Drive by Night, Key Largo, The Wagons Roll at Night, Passage to Marseille, Across the Pacific, Dead Reckoning, Knock on Any Door, Virginia City, Action in the North Atlantic, Conflict, I Am an American, Never Say Goodbye, Always Together, and Two Guys from Milwaukee.
Edward G. Robinson: Brother Orchid, Scarlet Street, Key Largo, Double Indemnity, The Stranger,The Woman in the Window, Night Has a Thousand Eyes, It's a Great Feeling, House of Strangers, The Red House, All My Sons, Journey Together, Destroyer, Tampico, Mr. Winkle Goes to War, Unholy Partners, Larceny, Inc., A Dispatch from Reuters, Manpower, Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet, and The Sea Wolf.
Joseph Cotten: Citizen Kane, The Magnificent Ambersons, Shadow of a Doubt, Gaslight, Since You Went Away, I’ll Be Seeing You, Love Letters, The Farmer’s Daughter, Portrait of Jennie, The Third Man, and Beyond the Forest, Hers to Hold, Under Capricorn, Duel in the Sun, and Lydia.
Cary Grant: Notorious, His Girl Friday, The Philadelphia Story, None but the Lonely Heart, Night and Day, Penny Serenade, The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, Arsenic and Old Lace, Suspicion, My Favorite Wife, The Talk of the Town, I Was a Male War Bride,The Bishops Wife, Once Upon a Honeymoon, Mr. Lucky, Every Girl Should Be Married, Destination Tokyo, Once Upon a Time, and The Howards of Virginia.
John Garfield: The Sea Wolf, Air Force, Destination Tokyo, Between Two Worlds, Hollywood Canteen, Pride of the Marines, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Nobody Lives Forever, Tortilla Flat,Humoresque, Body and Soul, Gentleman’s Agreement, Difficult Years, Jigsaw, Force of Evil, We Were Strangers, Nobody Lives Forever, Out of the Fog, Dangerously They Live, Castle on the Hudson, Flowing Gold, Saturday's Children, and East of the River.
William Holden: Arizona, Texas, The Fleet’s In, The Remarkable Andrew, Dear Ruth, Rachel and the Stranger, Apartment for Peggy, Streets of Laredo, Variety Girl,The Man from Colorado, Miss Grant Takes Richmond, Dear Wife, Streets of Laredo, Blaze of Noon, The Fleet's In, I Wanted Wings, The Remarkable Andrew, Young and Willing, Meet the Stewarts, Our Town, and Those Were the Days!.
Robert Mitchum: The Story of G.I. Joe, The Locket, Pursued, Crossfire, Out of the Past, Rachel and the Stranger, Blood on the Moon, The Big Steal, Holiday Affair, Border Patrol, Beyond the Last Frontier, Follow the Band, Gung Ho!, Cry 'Havoc', Nevada, Colt Comrades, Bar 20, False Colors, Riders of the Deadline, The Human Comedy, The Magic of Make-up, Hoppy Serves a Writ, Aerial Gunner, We've Never Been Licked, The Lone Star Trail, Doughboys in Ireland, Corvette K-225, The Red Pony, Desire Me, Undercurrent, Till the End of Time, Girl Rush, West of the Pecos, Johnny Doesn't Live Here Any More, When Strangers Marry, The Dancing Masters, Minesweeper, and Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo.
Gregory Peck: The Keys of the Kingdom, The Valley of Decision, Spellbound, The Yearling, Gentleman’s Agreement, Yellow Sky, Twelve O’Clock High, Duel in the sun, Gas Light, Days of Glory, The Macomber Affair, and The Paradine Case.
Vincent Price: The Invisible Man Returns, The House of the Seven Gables, The Keys of the Kingdom, Leave Her to Heaven, Dragonwyck, The Web, The Long Night, and The Three Musketeers.
James Stewart: Ziegfeld Girl, It’s a Wonderful Life, The Shop Around the Corner, The Mortal Storm, The Philadelphia Story, Come Live with Me, Call Northside 777, Rope, The Stratton Story, No Time for Comedy, Pot o' Gold, Magic Town, Malaya, and On Our Merry Way.
Orson Welles: Citizen Kane, Jane Eyre, Tomorrow Is Forever, The Stranger, The Lady from Shanghai, Macbeth, and The Third Man.
Colonel Wilde: A Song to Remember, Manila Calling, Leave Her to Heaven, The Homestretch, It Had to Be You, The Walls of Jericho, and Roadhouse.
Henry Fonda: The Lady Eve, The Grapes of Wrath, My Darling Clementine, The Ox-Bow Incident, You Belong to Me, On Our Merry Way, Daisy Kenyon, Chad Hanna, Jigsaw, Fort Apache, The Return of Frank James, The Fugitive, Lillian Russell, Wild Geese Calling, Immortal Sergeant, The Male Animal, The Magnificent Dope, Tales of Manhattan, The Long Night, and The Big Street.
Gary Cooper: Sergeant York, Meet John Doe, The Pride of the Yankees, For Whom the Bell Tolls, The Fountainhead, Along Came Jones, Ball of Fire, and Unconquered.
John Wayne: Red River, Fort Apache, The Shepherd of the Hills,Sands of Iwo Jima, Reap the Wild Wind, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Wake of the Red Witch, The Fighting Seabees, Flying Tigers, They Were Expendable, Dark Command, Reunion in France, The Spoilers, Lady from Louisiana, Dakota, Angel and the Badman, Without Reservations, Flame of Barbary Coast, Tall in the Saddle, The Fighting Kentuckian, 3 Godfathers, Tycoon, Pittsburgh, A Lady Takes a Chance, In Old Oklahoma, Back to Bataan, Three Faces West, The Long Voyage Home, A Man Betrayed, The Shepherd of the Hills, Lady for a Night, In Old California, and Seven Sinners.
James Cagney: White Heat, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Blood on the Sun, Johnny Come Lately, Captains of the Clouds, and The Strawberry Blonde.
Spencer Tracy: Woman of the Year, The Sea of Grass, A Guy Named Joe, State of the Union, Adam's Rib, Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, Keeper of the Flame, Boom Town, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Edison, the Man, Tortilla Flat,Northwest Passage, and Malaya.
Fred Astaire: The Barkleys of Broadway, Blue Skies, Easter Parade, Second Chorus, Ziegfeld Follies, You Were Never Lovelier, The Sky's the Limit, Holiday Inn, and You'll Never Get Rich.
Gene Kelly: For Me and My Gal, Pilot #5, DuBarry Was a Lady, Thousands Cheer, The Cross of Lorraine, Cover Girl, Christmas Holiday, Anchors Aweigh, Living in a Big Way, The Pirate, Take Me Out to the Ballgame, and On the Town.
Bing Crosby: Going my Way, The Bells of St. Mary's, Out of This World, Road to Morocco, Birth of the Blues, Holiday Inn, The Princess and the Pirate, My Favorite Brunette, Welcome Stranger, Duffy's Tavern, The Emperor Waltz, Blue Skies, Road to Utopia, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad, and Dixie.
Ray Milliand: Reap the Wild Wind, The Lost Weekend, The Major and the Minor, The Big Clock, The Uninvited, Arise, My Love, Variety Girl, So Evil My Love, It Happens Every Spring, Ministry of Fear, Skylark, and I Wanted Wings.
Laurence Olivier: Hamlet, Rebecca, Henry V, 21 Days, That Hamilton Woman, 49th Parallel, This Happy Breed, and Pride and Prejudice.
Joel Mccrae: The More the Merrier, Sullivan's Travels, The Palm Beach Story, Ramrod, Reaching for the Sun, Foreign Correspondent, Primrose Path, The Great Moment, Colorado Territory, and The Unseen.
James Cagney: White Heat, Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Time of Your Life, Johnny Come Lately, 13 Rue Madeleine, City for Conquest, Torrid Zone, The Strawberry Blonde, Blood on the Sun, Captains of the Clouds, The Bride Came C.O.D., and The Fighting 69th.
Ward Bond: The Grapes of Wrath, Sergeant York, The Maltese Falcon, Gentleman Jim, My Darling Clementine, It's a Wonderful Life, The Fugitive, Fort Apache, 3 Godfathers, Joan of Arc, Canyon Passage, Dakota, Unconquered, Slightly Dangerous, Gentleman Jim, and The Shepherd of the Hills.
Gene Kelly: For Me and My Gal, Pilot #5, DuBarry Was a Lady, Thousands Cheer, The Cross of Lorraine, Cover Girl, Christmas Holiday, Anchors Aweigh, Living in a Big Way, The Pirate, Take Me Out to the Ballgame, and On the Town.
Burt Lancaster: The Killers, Desert Fury, Brute Force, Criss Cross, Rope of Sand, All My Sons, Sorry, Wrong Number, Variety Girl, Kiss the Blood Off My Hands, and I Walk Alone.
Frank Sinatra: Las Vegas Nights, On The Town, Ship Ahoy, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, Anchors Aweigh, Step Lively, Reveille with Beverly, The Kissing Bandit, It Happened in Brooklyn, Till the Clouds Roll By, Higher and Higher, and The Miracle of the Bells.
Montgomery Clift: Red River, The Heiress, and The Search.
Walter Brennan: Sergeant York, To Have and Have Not, Red River, My Darling Clementine, Dakota, The Princess and the Pirate, A Stolen Life, The Pride of the Yankees, Stand By for Action, All Through the Day, Scudda Hoo! Scudda Hay!, Driftwood, Brimstone, Nobody Lives Forever, The Task Force, Nobody Lives Forever, Blood on the Moon, The Westerner, Maryland, Northwest Passage, Meet John Doe, Rise and Shine, Nice Girl?, The North Star, This Woman is Mine, Swamp Water, Home in Indiana, and Hangmen Also Die!.
Tyrone Power: The Mark of Zorro, Blood and Sand, The Black Swan, Prince of Foxes, Captain from Castile, Nightmare Alley, The Razor's Edge, Johnny Apollo, Brigham Young, Son of Fury: The Story of Benjamin Blake, This Above All, A Yank in the R.A.F., The Luck of the Irish, That Wonderful Urge, and Crash Dive.
Claude Rains: Casablanca, Notorious, Kings Row, The Wolf Man, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Moontide, Now, Voyager, Phantom of the Opera, Forever and a Day, Lady with Red Hair, Saturday's Children, The Sea Hawk, Strange Holiday, Mr. Skeffington, Passage to Marseille, Song of Surrender, Deception, Rope of Sand, This Love of Ours, Caesar and Cleopatra, The Passionate Friends, Angel on My Shoulder, and The Unsuspected.
Peter Lorre: The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Arsenic and Old Lace, All Through the Night, The Boogie Man Will Get You, Three Strangers, Hollywood Canteen, The Mask of Dimitrios, The Verdict, The Chase, The Conspirators, Hotel Berlin, Black Angel, The Constant Nymph, Stranger on the Third Floor, The Face Behind the Mask, Background to Danger, You'll Find Out, Invisible Agent, The Cross of Lorraine, Casbah, Confidential Agent, My Favorite Brunette, and The Beast with Five Fingers.
Kirk Douglas: Out of the Past, I Walk Alone, Champion, The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, A Letter to Three Wives, Mourning Becomes Electra, The Walls of Jericho, and My Dear Secretary.
Farley Granger: Rope, They Live By Night, The Purple Heart, Roseanna McCoy, and Enchantment.
Clifton Webb: The Razor's Edge, Laura, Sitting Pretty, Mr. Belvedere Goes to College, and The Dark Corner.
Lee J. Cobb: The Luck of the Irish, This Thing Called Love, Paris Calling, Boomerang, Call Northside 777, The Miracle of the Bells, Thieves' Highway, The Dark Past, The Song of Bernadette, Johnny O'Clock, Anna and the King of Siam, Tonight We Raid Calais, Buckskin Frontier, and Men of Boys Town.
Sydney Greenstreet: The Maltese Falcon, Casablanca, Across the Pacific, Three Strangers, The Conspirators, Background to Danger, They Died with Their Boots On, Between Two Worlds, Devotion, The Verdict, Ruthless, The Hucksters, The Woman in White, Malaya, Flamingo Road, It's a Great Feeling, The Velvet Touch, Conflict, That Way with Women, Christmas in Connecticut, and Pillow to Post.
Tim Holt: The Treasure of The Sierra Madre, The Magnificent Ambersons, Laddie, Swiss Family Robinson, Back Street, The Fargo Kid, Wagon Train, Dude Cowboy, The Bandit Trail, Come on Danger, Land of the Open Range, Six-Gun Gold, Robbers of the Range, Western Heritage, Guns of Hate, Indian Agent, Brothers in the Saddle, Along the Rio Grande, Riding the Wind, Thundering Hoofs, Bandit Ranger, Pirates of the Prairie, Sagebrush Law, Thunder Mountain, Fighting Frontier, The Avenging Rider, Under the Tonto Rim, Gun Smugglers, Rustlers, The Mysterious Desperado, The Arizona Ranger, Stagecoach Kid, Red River Robin Hood, My Darling Clementine, and Wild Horse Mesa.
George Raft: Background to Danger, Red Light, A Dangerous Profession, The House Across the Bay, They Drive by Night, Man Power, Broadway, Nob Hill, Stage Door Canteen, Nocturne, Mr. Ace, Johnny Angel, Intrigue, Whistle Stop, Outpost in Morocco, Race Street, Christmas Eve, and Johnny Allegro.
Melvyn Douglas: This Thing Called Love, A Woman's Secret, The Great Sinner, Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House, My Own True Love, They All Kissed the Bride, Three Hearts for Julia, The Sea of Grass, The Guilt of Janet Ames, Our Wife, We Were Dancing, Too Many Husbands, He Stayed for Breakfast, Third Finger, Left Hand, A Woman's Face, That Uncertain Feeling, and Two-Faced Woman.
Henry Travers: It's a Wonderful Life, The Moon Is Down, Mrs. Miniver, The Bells of St. Mary's, Gallant Journey, The Flame, The Yearling, The Girl from Jones Beach, The Accused, Beyond Glory, Shadow of a Doubt, Dragon Seed, Madame Curie, The Very Thought of You, Thrill of a Romance, None Shall Escape, The Naughty Nineties, Ball of Fire, The Bad Man, Wyoming, High Sierra, Primrose Path, Edison, the Man, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob, I'll Wait for You, Anne of Windy Poplars, Pierre of the Plains, and Random Harvest.
Toshiro Mifune: Snow Trail, These Foolish Times 1 & 2, Drunken Angel, Jakoman and Tetsu, Stray Dog, and The Quiet Duel.
Walter Huston: The Treasure of The Sierra Madre, Yankee Doodle Dandy, The Maltese Falcon, The Devil and Daniel Webster, Swamp Water, Dragon Seed, The North Star, The Outlaw, Edge of Darkness, Dragonwyck, And Then There Were None, Duel in the Sun, December 7th: The Movie, Mission to Moscow, The Great Sinner, Summer Holiday, The Shanghai Gesture, Always in My Heart, and In This Our Life.
Erol Flynn: Edge of Darkness, Santa Fe Trail, San Antonio, Virginia City, The Sea Hawk, They Died with Their Boots On, Gentleman Jim, Footsteps in the Dark, Dive Bomber, That Forsyte Woman, Silver River, Adventures of Don Juan, Cry Wolf, The Lady from Shanghai, Never Say Goodbye, Escape Me Never, Uncertain Glory, Northern Pursuit, Objective, Burma!, and Desperate Journey.
Chishū Ryū: Late Spring, Ornamental Hairpin, A Hen in the Wind, Brothers and Sisters of the Toda Family, Army, There Was a Father, and Record of a Tenement Gentleman.
Trevor Howard: The Third Man, Brief Encounter, They Made Me a Fugitive, The Way to the Stars, So Well Remembered, The Way Ahead, I See a Dark Stranger, and Green for Danger.
Alec Guinness: Kind Hearts and Coronets, Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, Evensong, and A Run for Your Money.
Basil Radford: Flying Fortress, Just William, Crook's Tour, The Flying Squad, Night Train to Munich, The Girl who Forgot, Room for Two, Spies of the Air, Girl in the News, The Next of Kin, Unpublished Story, Twilight Hour, Dear Octopus, Millions like Us, London Scrapbook, The Captive Heart, Whisky Galore!, Quartet, A Girl in a Million, Passport to Pimlico, Dead of Night, The Winslow Boy, Stop Press Girl, Helter Skelter, and It's Not Cricket.
John Mills: The Black Sheep of Whitehall, Old Bill and Son, Cottage to Let, This Happy Breed, The Big Blockade, We Dive at Dawn, In Which We Serve, The Young Mr. Pitt, Great Expectations, The Way to the Stars, Waterloo Road, So Well Remembered, Scott of the Antarctic, The October Man, The History of Mr. Polly, and The Rocking Horse Winner.
Anton Walbrook: The Red Shoes, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp, Gaslight, The Queen of Spades, Dangerous Moonlight, The Man from Morocco, and 49th Parallel.
Edmund O’ Brien: The Killers, A Double Life, White Heat, D.O.A., The Web, For the Love of Mary, Another Part of the Forest, Winged Victory, An Act of Murder, Task Force, Fighter Squadron, Under Capricorn, Powder Town, The Amazing Mrs. Holliday, Obliging Young Lady, A Girl, a Guy and a Gob, and Parachute Battalion.
Van Johnson: Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo, A Guy Named Joe, The Human Comedy, Too Many Girls, Murder in the Big House, For the Common Defense!, Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant, The War Against Mrs. Hadley, Somewhere I'll Find You, Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case, Madame Curie, Pilot No. 5, The White Cliffs of Dover, Week-End at the Waldorf, Between Two Women, 3 Men in White, Two Girls and a Sailor, Easy to Wed, Thrill of a Romance, Battleground, Till the Clouds Roll By, Mother Is a Freshman, Command Decision, In the Good Old Summertime, Scene of the Crime, The Romance of Rosy Ridge, The Bride Goes Wild, State of the Union, No Leave, No Love, and High Barbaree.
Bob Hope: The Great Lover, Variety Girl, Where There's Life, Sorrowful Jones, Road to Rio, The Paleface, The Story of G.I. Joe, My Favorite Brunette, Monsieur Beaucaire, Road to Utopia, Road to Morocco, Let's Face It, The Princess and the Pirate, Show Business at War, They Got Me Covered, Combat America, My Favorite Blonde, The Ghost Breakers, Star Spangled Rhythm, Nothing but the Truth, Louisiana Purchase, Caught in the Draft, Road to Singapore, and Road to Zanzibar.
Fred MacMurray: Star Spangled Rhythm, Double Indemnity, Family Honeymoon, An Innocent Affair, Singapore, Smoky, Suddenly, It's Spring, Pardon My Past, On Our Merry Way, The Miracle of the Bells, The Egg and I, Father Was a Fullback, Practically Yours, Murder, He Says, Where Do We Go from Here?, Captain Eddie, Above Suspicion, Standing Room Only, Take a Letter, Darling, The Forest Rangers, Flight for Freedom, No Time for Love, Virginia, And the Angels Sing, New York Town, Dive Bomber, Rangers of Fortune, The Lady Is Willing, One Night in Lisbon, Remember the Night, Little Old New York, and Little Old New York.
James Gleason: When My Baby Smiles at Me, Miss Grant Takes Richmond, Tycoon, The Homestretch, Down to This Man's Navy Earth, The Clock, The Keys of the Kingdom, Arsenic and Old Lace, This Man's Navy, Captain Eddie, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, The Well Groomed Bride, Lady Luck, Home Sweet Homicide, The Bishop's Wife, Bad Boy, The Hoodlum Saint, Smart Woman, The Life of Riley, The Return of October, Take One False Step, The Falcon Takes Over,Footlight Serenade, My Gal Sal, Tales of Manhattan, Crash Dive, Manila Calling, A Guy Named Joe, Once Upon a Time, The Dude Goes West, Babes on Broadway, Hay Foot, A Date with the Falcon, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, Tanks a Million, Nine Lives Are Not Enough, Meet John Doe, Affectionately Yours, Grandpa Goes to Town, and Earl of Puddlestone.
Glenn Ford: Convicted Woman, Men Without Souls, The Lady in Question, Babies for Sale, Texas, Blondie Plays Cupid, So Ends Our Night, Gilda, A Stolen Life, Go West, Young Lady, Destroyer, Flight Lieutenant, The Adventures of Martin Eden, The Desperadoes, The Loves of Carmen, Framed, Gallant Journey, The Mating of Millie, Lust for Gold, The Man from Colorado, The Return of October, Mr. Soft Touch, The Undercover Man, and The Doctor and the Girl.
James Mason: Odd Man Out, The Seventh Veil, The Wicked Lady, This Man Is Dangerous, Hatter's Castle, Alibi, Thunder Rock, The Night Has Eyes, Candlelight in Algeria, The Man in Grey, Secret Mission, Caught, Madame Bovary, The Reckless Moment, East Side, West Side, The Upturned Glass, Fanny by Gaslight, Hotel Reserve, A Place of One's Own, They Were Sisters, The Bells Go Down, and They Met in the Dark.
Van Heflin: Johnny Eager, The Feminine Touch, Santa Fe Trail, Kid Glove Killer, H. M. Pulham, Esq., The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, Possessed, Green Dolphin Street, The Three Musketeers, Tap Roots, Till the Clouds Roll By, East Side, West Side, B.F.'s Daughter, The Secret Land, Act of Violence, Madame Bovary, Tennessee Johnson, Seven Sweethearts, Grand Central Murder, and Presenting Lily Mars.
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2020.08.14 04:47 LearningIsListening A not-so-brief rundown of letters ‘T-V’ in Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a rundown of letters ‘T-V’ under 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/).
I posted letters G-I on July 13, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hqko0y/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_gi_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters J-L on July 15, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hrq9bg/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_letters_jl_of_jeffrey/).
I posted letter M on July 20, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/huw0yt/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_m_in_jeffrey/).
I posted letters N-Q on July 27, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/hyudbz/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letters_nq_in_jeffrey/). There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I posted letter R on July 29, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i0aqxd/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_r_in_jeffrey/)
I posted letter S on August 7, 2020. You can check that out here (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/i5orop/a_notsobrief_rundown_of_the_letter_s_in_jeffrey/)
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
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Taaffee, Paul: Former Chairman and CEO of public relations firm Hill and Knowlton.
Tabet, Karim & Cristina: Karim is a founding partner of TAP advisory group. A former Vice Chairman at UBS Investment Bank and Joint Global Head at UBS Telecommunications. The subtitle under the Tabets reads ‘65th Street Neighbors.’ Ghislaine Maxwell lived in a townhouse at 116 East 65th Street.
Taki: Likely British journalist and Polanski apologist Taki Theodoracopulos. Taki wrote this interesting piece (https://www.gstaadlife.com/2009/11/taki-roman-orgy.html) in 2009 in which he throws Epstein under the bus while defending Polanski. Decades ago, Taki threw a party at The Savoy to celebrate the end of communism. Attendees included Ghislaine Maxwell and Imran Khan (https://greatgameindia.com/ghislaine-maxwell-arrested-fbi/).
Talbot Williams, Simon: Businessman involved in real estate. Owns Talbot & Scott ltd, an investment and development agency.
Tang, Mr David & Lucy Wastnag: David was a Hong Kong businessman who founded the Shanghai Tang fashion chain and several restaurants that attract the elite. Tang was a philanthropist who was involved in several charities, including Youth Outreach (YO), a charitable organization started in Hong Kong by Reverend Peter Newberry. This charity’s goal was to help at-risk youths (http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/hkedition/2017-09/15/content_32018378.htm). Tang was considered one of the most well-connected people in London. He and his wife, Lucy, counted Prince Andrew, Naomi Campbell, Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York (Prince Andrew’s ex-wife), Kevin Spacey, the Duke of Marlborough, and Mick Jagger among their friends (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/lucy-tang-on-top-the-highs-and-lows-of-a-party-girl-6540808.html). Tang vehemently defended Prince Andrew in 2011 when his relationship with Epstein was made public (https://www.standard.co.uk/lifestyle/theyve-been-tang-oed-sir-david-tang-sets-the-record-straight-6383974.html). Two years later, Ghislaine celebrated her 51st birthday at China Tang, David’s restaurant at the Dorchester Hotel. Despite the backlash Prince Andrew received for counting Epstein among his friends, he attended Ghislaine’s birthday, along with former Labour minister Shaun Woodward and wife Camilla, the Earl and Countess of Derby, Dorrit Moussaieff, the diamond heiress/wife of the president of Iceland, Tamara Beckwith, and John Eliasch, multi-millionaire boss of sports firm Head. Every single one of those people appear in Epstein’s contacts. Epstein had 16 phone numbers, two email addresses, and three street addresses listed under David and Lucy’s name. Tang died in 2017.
Tate, Rupert: Two options. Either the former hedge fund manager at Merrill Lynch or the CEO of Bear Grylls Ventures.
Taubman, Alfred: Billionaire real estate developer and former owner of Sotheby’s, where Les Wexner was once a board member. Many parties and book premieres attended by the elites have been hosted by Sotheby’s over the years. Taubman spent nearly one year in jail for price fixing in collusion with Christie’s auction house (https://www.latimes.com/local/obituaries/la-me-alfred-taubman-20150419-story.html). Taubman died in 2015.
Taubman, Bobby: Alfred’s son who took over the family business.
Tavoulareas, Mr Billy & Nicket: William Tavoulareas Jr. is an heir to his father, William Tavoulareas, a Greek petroleum businessman and former President and Chief Executive of Mobil Oil during the ‘70s and ‘80s. Sr. was a close friend of George H.W. Bush and Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou and was also a member of the Knights of Malta. William Jr. has not been so lucky. He has psychological problems and despite the fact that he has millions in a trust fund, he lives out of his car and has been involved in several dustups with the law in Palm Beach (https://www.townandcountrymag.com/society/news/a8979/william-tavoulareas-palm-beach/). Annick Finlan is Jr.’s ex-wife.
Tavoulareas, Peter: Billy’s Tavoulareas brother and son of William Tavoulareas Sr. Heir to father’s petroleum fortune.
Tayler, Emmy: Former personal assistant of Ghislaine Maxwell. Reportedly taught girls how to massage Epstein. Her name appears twice on Epstein’s Lolita Express flight logs (https://archive.org/stream/EpsteinFlightLogsLolitaExpress/Jeffrey-Epstein-Flight-Logs-in-PDF-format_djvu.txt). Recently fled the UK, but is presumably wanted for questioning (https://nypost.com/2020/08/10/emmy-tayler-maxwells-ex-personal-assistant-flees-uk-report/).
Taylor, Felicia: Retired anchor for CNN’s World Business Today. Stepsister of Victoria (nee Schott) de Rothschild, Sir Evelyn Rothschild’s second wife. Felicia knew Epstein socially and once had tea at his mansion (https://www.newyorksocialdiary.com/the-world-and-all-its-changes/). Pictured here (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/felicia-taylor-steve-eichner-and-ghislaine-maxwell-attend-news-photo/659966292) with Ghislaine Maxwell at a Tommy Hilfiger hosted event in 2009. She is also the daughter of classic Hollywood actor Rod Taylor.
Taylor, Pamela: Make-up artist with a bunch of A-list clients.
Taylor, Sebastian: Not enough info. Likely refers to the personal friend of Nathaniel Rothschild (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2099639/The-Russian-oligarch-Old-Etonian-billionaire-deeply-disturbing-questions-Lord-Mandelsons-integrity.html), but I can’t be sure. There are two other decent possibilities.
Taymor, Julie & Eliot: Julie is one of the most well-known theatre directors in the world. Responsible for the Broadway hit, Lion King. Elliot is Julie’s long-time partner. He is a film and theatre composer.
Tennenbaum, Harry: No info found.
Teodorani-Fabbri, Eduardo: A boss at Fiat motor company. Comes from the tremendously wealthy Agnelli family, who are the largest shareholders of The Economist (the Rothschilds also own a large portion). Eduardo used to date Tara Palmer-Tomkinson (listed earlier in Epstein’s contacts), the now deceased goddaughter of Prince Charles. Their first date was at an ARK charity dinner (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1194485/KATIE-NICHOLL-TPT-swept-Fiat-car-boss-Eduardo--Tara-s-Mr-Right.html). ARK is a children’s charity that has spawned many schools for grades K-12. It was started by Arpad Busson (also listed in Jeffrey Epstein’s book), the former fiancee of Uma Thurman. Busson is likely steeped in child trafficking. I wrote a thread about him and ARK charity last year (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cl34ju/arpad_busson_billionaire_businessman_or_possible/).
Theilmann, Baroness Francesca: Publisher and art collector.
Theodoli, Catherine: Katrin is the CEO of Magnum Marine Corporation, a performance and luxury yacht manufacturer.
Tholstrup, Mogens: Former owner of Daphne’s, Pasha, and The Collection, three of London’s trendiest restaurants. Sold the restaurants for pounds 5.5m in 1998. Dated a series of high society girls, including Lady Victoria Hervey (former girlfriend and staunch defender of Prince Andrew) and Tara Palmer-Tomkinson.
Tholstrup, Paola: A former model and the ex-wife of restaurateur Mogens Tholstrup (above). Pictured here (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/paola-tholstrup-ghislaine-maxwell-and-harry-nutall-attend-news-photo/73141620?adppopup=true) at a Chinese New Year celebration with Ghislaine Maxwell and Harry Nutall in 2007.
Thompson, Barnaby: British film director, producer, and movie executive. Thompson ran Ealing Studios for 14 years. Barnaby has been photographed with a who’s who of Hollywood stars, royalty, and many people listed in Epstein’s contacts. He has attended parties hosted by Harvey Weinstein and Charles Finch, an interesting figure mentioned earlier (check my D-F thread) in Epstein’s black book (https://www.gettyimages.co.uk/photos/barnaby-thompson?family=editorial&page=2&phrase=barnaby%20thompson&sort=best).
Tisch, David: Businessman who comes from a ridiculously rich family. His grandfather, Laurence Tisch, was the co-owner of Loews Corporation. His cousin, Steve, co-owns the New York Giants and has produced many big budget Hollywood movies. David made some good money in Silicon Valley startup companies.
Tisch, Merryl & Jimmy: Merryl is the former Chancellor of the New York State Board of Regents and wife of James (Jimmy) Tisch. A huge proponent of high-stakes testing for adolescents. Her husband, James, is the heir to Loews Corporation. He currently serves as CEO.
Tish, Anne & Andrew: Andrew is co-chair of Loews Corporation with his brother, James (mentioned above). Ann Rubenstein-Tisch is Andrew’s current wife. She is a former reporter for NBC. In 1996, Ann and Andrew partnered with the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) to open The Young Women’s Leadership School (TYWLS) of East Harlem, the first all-girls public school to open in the United States in 30 years (https://www.studentleadershipnetwork.org/history/). If you click on that link, you’ll immediately notice pictures of students with Oprah Winfrey and Hillary Clinton. The TYWLS has expanded and now comprises five schools (2800 students) and 16 sister schools (7000 students).
Titopupolo, Sonia: No info found.
Todhunter, Emily Olypitus: High-end British interior designer.
Toledo Ignacio, Alvarez de: Likely a real estate developer. Not 100% certain.
Tollman, Bea: Beatrice is a travel and hospitality businesswoman. Founder and President of the ritzy Red Carnation Hotel chain. Also has a large part in family-owned The Travel Corporation, which helps people organize/plan their trips.
Tollman, Brett: Son of Beatrice Tollman (above). Travel and hotel executive also involved in the family business. CEO of The Travel Corporation and founder of The Treadright Foundation, a non-profit charity.
Tollman, Mr & Mrs: This likely refers to Beatrice (above) and her husband, Stanley. Since I wrote about Beatrice earlier, I’ll focus on Stanley here, who is much more interesting. Stanley is a super shady businessman who is best known for being friends with Ken Bates (Chairman of Chelsea FC) and serving on the Board of the Chelsea FC soccer club, where he and Bates were partners with Marwan Ashraf, a senior Mossad agent. Tollman fled the US for the UK in the early 200s when he was convicted on 33 counts of embezzlement, fraud, and tax evasion (https://www.haaretz.com/1.4942945).
Tollman, Syrie & Gavin: Gavin is CEO of Trafalgar tours and Chairman of The Travel Corporation. Nephew of Stanley Tollman (above) and cousin of Brett Tollman (above). Gavin is married to his first cousin, Toni. There is a fascinating blog post (https://www.nittanyturkey.com/2005/07/25/was-100-million-worth-it/comment-page-1/) about the Tollmans and Hundleys, who defrauded the government out of millions. Be sure to read the comments. Pretty much everyone who responded used to work for the company and knows the Tollmans to some extent and the inner workings behind their thievery.
Tollman, Wyne: Wynn is Beatrice and Stanley’s son, but is not involved with the company. I could not find any other information on him.
Toub, Veronica (Busson): Fashion designer and socialite who was engaged to possible child trafficker and pedophile Arpad Busson (https://www.reddit.com/conspiracy/comments/cl34ju/arpad_busson_billionaire_businessman_or_possible/) in the 1980s.
Treacy, Phillip: Award-winning hat designer who has worked with the British Royalty (designed a hat for Princess Beatrice, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, and Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge), Oprah, Naomi Campbell, Daphne Guinness, Lady Gaga, and Madonna. Has also designed hats for the Harry Potter movies. Thirty-six of his hats were worn at the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Twenty were worn at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Trump Blaine & Robert: Robert is the younger brother of Donald Trump. Manager of Trump Corporation and President of Trump Management On August 3, 2020, Robert wrote “Jeffrey Epstein is still alive” on his Twitter feed (https://twitter.com/UncleRobTrump/status/1290360605904232448). Blaine is Robert’s ex-wife of over 25 years. They divorced in 2007 when it was revealed that Robert had a mistress for whom he purchased a $4 million house in Garden City, NY. Blaine’s father was an executive at IBM.
Trump, Ivana: Donald Trump’s ex-wife (1977-1992) and mother of Donald Jr., Ivanka, and Eric. After their divorce, Ivana accused her ex-husband, Donald, of rape. Trump’s lawyers claim that she did not want her words “to be interpreted in a literal or criminal sense.” One of the conditions of her divorce settlement was that she wouldn’t talk about their marriage without Donald’s approval. In this (timestamped) video interview (https://youtu.be/qN8938c8puE?t=251), Maria Farmer, the sister of Epstein victim Annie Farmer and former employee of Epstein and Ghislaine who went to the FBI with Epstein allegations in 1996, says that Ivana was possibly involved in procuring children, although she couldn’t confirm.
Trump, Ivanka: Donald Trump’s daughter. Serves as Advisor to the President. Donates to Jewish charities and is a supporter of Israel, much like her father.
Trump, Robert & Blaine: See ‘Trump Blaine & Robert’ above.
Tucker, Chris: Famous actocomedian of Rush Hour and Friday fame. Tucker was on the infamous Africa flight with Epstein, Bill Clinton, and Kevin Spacey.
Turlington, Christy: Incredibly popular supermodel from the ‘80s and ‘90s who has worked for too many big name fashion designers and magazines to name. Jean-Luc Brunel, the (alleged) pedophile and child trafficker who sent three 12-year-old girls to Epstein for his birthday discovered Turlington and helped launch her career (https://nypost.com/2019/09/02/jeffrey-epsteins-model-scouting-pal-has-disappeared-without-a-trace/). Friends with fellow supermodel and all-around scumbag, Naomi Campbell, who is likely knee deep in Epstein’s child trafficking and pedophile ring.
Turnbull, Governor Charles: Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands from 1999-2007. Epstein’s Little Saint James island is located in the Virgin Islands.
Turner, Jenny: There is an excellent Reddit thread (https://www.reddit.com/Epstein/comments/hnmwbg/jenny_turner_pseudonym/) from u/rsarector that provides evidence that Jenny Turner is a pseudonym for Ghislaine Maxwell. Make sure to check out the posts further down the thread by aimhighairforce and DSyntax for more information.
Turner, Miles Creswell: Investment banker who used to work for Deutsche Bank and HSBC. Interestingly enough, a man (Leo Iravanian) was arrested for harassment because Cresswell-Turner testified that traffic lights were not dangerous after Iravanian’s wife was killed by an Express coach. Iravanian continuously called Cresswell-Turner’s Marylebone office accusing Cresswell-Turner of being a paedophile (https://www.standard.co.uk/news/man-waged-hate-campaign-on-witness-at-wifes-inquest-6536135.html).
Tyssen, (Chessy) Francesca: Art collector and estranged wife of Austrian politician Karl von Habsburg. The Habsburg family is one of the most powerful and wealthiest families in Europe. The Habsburgs are a Black Nobility family of very high prestige.
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Urbiola, Jorge: Likely refers to the diplomat and author who serves as Deputy Chief of the Mission of the Kingdom of Spain in Ukraine.
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Vahabzadeh, Iraj and Linda: Iraj was the eldest son of Dr. Mostafa Vahabzadeh, founder and owner of Kayhan Publishing Group in Iran. Lynda was his ex-wife. Iraj passed away in 2016.
Van Hauen Sophie: No info found, although the address (62 Frith St) is that of Circa, a gay bar in London.
Van, William Straubenzee: British Conservative Party politician and Member of Parliament who died in 1999. After his death, it was discovered that van Straubenzee was named in documents pertaining to British politician child abuse (https://www.independent.co.uk/news-14-0/westminster-child-abuse-allegations-mp-with-a-penchant-for-small-boys-gave-his-word-he-was-not-a-10408985.html). Van Straubenzee was also a longtime friend of Princess Diana (https://www.insider.com/princess-diana-documentary-revelations-2017-7#she-read-trashy-romance-novels-2) and the uncle of Thomas van Straubenzee (lifelong friend of Prince William) and Charlie van Straubenzee (Prince Harry’s best friend).
Varsavsky, Martin: Argentine entrepreneur who has founded many companies, including Medicorp Sciences (biotechnology) and several telecommunications outfits.
Velasquez, Patricia: Venezuelan model/actress who appeared in print ads for Victoria Secret. Photographed here (https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/news-photo/carole-radziwill-patricia-velasquez-and-ghislaine-maxwell-news-photo/608144434) with Ghislaine Maxwell and Carole Radziwill, who is also listed in Epstein’s contacts (check the ‘R’ thread) and is/was a good friend of Maxwell.
Verdin, Julia: British film producer, casting director, and actress. Has been a friend of Ghislaine’s for decades, as evidenced by the photo of the pair, which was taken in 1986 (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8490447/Ghislaine-Maxwell-fall-sits-cell-photos-reveal-society-life.html). Verdin owned a house on the Sunset Strip in the early 1990s. She lived there with Birgit Cunningham and actress Elizabeth Hurley, who seems to be embroiled in Epstein and Maxwell’s world. The house was known as “party central” and was frequented by the likes of Robert De Niro and Jack Nicholson (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1349953/Lord-Strathclyde-affair-blonde-Birgit-Cunningham-I-feel-used-says-single-mum.html).
Verdin-Mulot, Annie & JP: Annie is a marketing director who has worked with Mulberry, Harrods, and Disneyland. She is the sister of Julia (above). Jean-Paul Mulot is a French journalist and former Deputy Editorial Director of Le Figaro, a daily newspaper in France. He is a permanent representative to the UK in the Hauts-de-France region. When confronted with his Epstein connections, Jean-Paul said that he only met him once 15 years ago and that his wife went to Oxford with Ghislaine Maxwell (https://fr.theepochtimes.com/un-ancien-directeur-du-figaro-cite-dans-le-carnet-noir-depstein-1001372.html). Close with former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, who served from 2007-2012.
Veronis, Jane: Jewelry designer. Her father is the co-founder of Veronis Suhler Stevenson investment bank.
Villani, Carmine S: President of Milestone Capital, an investment firm. Also President of Europower Renewable Energy Ltd.
Villeneuve, Jacques: Formula 1 race car driver. Epstein has many F1 contacts.
Vittadini, Emanuele A: No info found, but one of the emails listed traces back to arc-intl, which is a world-renowned glassware company.
Vittorelli, Dott. Marco: Chairman of Openjobmetis, an Italian job recruitment service. Also serves on the Board of Directors of Pallacanestro Varese, an Italian basketball club.
Vittoz, Martine: No info found.
Vittoz, Patrick: Director of Exploit Information Technologies, which specializes in website promotion, search engine submission, and hosting. Patrick has been an architectural consultant at his family’s business for 41 years.
Vittoz, Vonnic: No info found.
Vivian Smith, Charles: Investment banker. Currently the 5th Baron Bicester.
Von Habsburg, Francesca: Listed earlier in this thread under Tyssen, (Chessy) Francesca.
Von Hase, Bettina: Independent consultant and writer on art and culture. Daughter of a former German ambassador to the UK. Bettina’s ex-husband of 30 years, John Varley, is a trustee of The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation.
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