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Following up with and grading every last pick in NBA history from 2019-1947.

2020.05.25 18:53 santaisjewish Following up with and grading every last pick in NBA history from 2019-1947.

I tried for a solid three and a half minutes to find a database of every last pick in every NBA draft since 1947, but my searches yielded mostly unhelpful results. So, instead of ranking a bunch of nobodies, I decided to grade them based upon very hasty research and what I know about them. Feel free to add on to these anecdotes. A “C” grade will be average in this case, an average last pick in an NBA draft usually doesn’t play so there will be other factors to consider, like how cool their name is or whether or not I’ve even heard of the country they’re from.
Now, somewhat of an important disclaimer: I used data from NBA.com to find out the name of the last pick in every NBA Draft, but apparently NBA.com isn’t 100% accurate with this kind of stuff. Apparently, in some of the older drafts, some of the last picks shown weren’t actually the last pick in the draft due to weird extra rounds and other hijinks that I guess NBA.com doesn’t care about. That being said, I still think the list is mainly accurate and most of these guys seem to fit the bill anyway.
2019: Vanja Marinkovic, Sacramento Kings (KK Partizan Serbia)
Yep, I’ve heard of that country before. Don’t know anything about Vanja but maybe he’s the next Nikola Jokic.
Grade: C+
2018: Kostas Antetokounmpo, Philadelphia 76ers (Dayton)
The brother of an athletic freak who has a 1/500 chance of turning into him? And a 1/100 chance of influencing said athletic freak to come play for your team? What more could you want from a last pick?
Grade: A
2017: Alpha Kaba, Atlanta Hawks (KK Mega Leks Serbia)
Alpha has a cool ass name but is already playing overseas in France. Hawks took a very reasonable risk.
Grade: C+
2016: Tyrone Wallace, Utah Jazz (Cal)
Somebody I’ve actually heard of! He’s in the G-League now for the Clippers, but to still be in the league after four years? That’s a win.
Grade: B+
2015: Luka Mitrovic, Philadelphia 76ers (Red Star Belgrade Serbia) We’ve only gone back five seasons and already we’re at our 3rd Serbian. Somebody in the front office scouting circles knows something that we all don’t about Serbia, clearly. I have to assume automatically that this is a good pick. Even if he didn’t pant out. And he didn’t.
Grade: C+
2014: Cory Jefferson, San Antonio Spurs (Baylor)
Cory doesn’t play in the league anymore but he looks intimidating and I vaguely remember him in college.
Grade: C
2013: Janis Timma, Memphis Grizzlies (BK Ventspils Latvia)
I know nothing about this guy but there’s a ⅓ chance he’s better than Anthony Bennett. He looks more like a surfer than a basketball player.
Grade: C-
2012: Robert Sacre, Los Angeles Lakers (Gonzaga)
If you’re a Lakers fan or are familiar with the word “upside” then you probably remember bench god Robert Sacre, who survived on the Lakers’ roster until 2015.
Grade: B+
2011: Isaiah Thomas, Sacramento Kings (Washington)
The best last pick of all time. Only the Kings could follow this massive success with a massive fuckup after they gave IT up for nothing, allowing him to get traded by the Suns and become an MVP candidate. I’m tempted to grade this an F because of the emotional trauma that Kings inflicted upon their fans by hyping them up only to crush their spirits. But I just can’t. It is very, very unlikely that a player of IT’s calibre ever falls to the last pick of the draft ever again.
Grade: A+
Dwayne Collins, Phoenix Suns (Miami FL) Lol imagine not being Isaiah Thomas, what a loser.
Grade: F
2009: Robert Dozier, Miami Heat, (Memphis)
I don’t know if this guy even made it to the NBA but Wikipedia tells me that the last team he played for was called the “Phoenix Pulse Fuel Masters” of the Philippine Basketball Association. Is this a good thing or a bad thing?
Grade: D-
2008: Semih Erden, Boston Celtics (Fenerbahce Turkey)
Averaged 3.8 ppg in the NBA for multiple teams. Can’t really complain.
Grade: C
2007: Milokan Rakovic, Dallas Mavericks (KK Mega Leks Serbia)
Serbian count is up to 4. They are the Duke or Kentucky of the international NBA draft scene, this is ridiculous. Absolute powerhouse.
Grade: C+
2006: Will Blalock, Detroit Pistons (Iowa State)
This guy last played for the Saint John Mill Rats of Canada. I think the Mill Rats could take the Fuel Masters in 7, so I like the pick here.
Grade: C
2005: Alex Acker, Detroit Pistons (Pepperdine)
They shot Zoey 101 on Pepperdine’s campus, which is amazingly beautiful. Don’t know anything about this guy, really. Played in Italy for a bit.
Grade: C
2004: Rashad Wright, Indiana Pacers (Georgia)
He never played a minute for the Pacers and played his entire career overseas. Not good, dude probably should have played football.
Grade: D+
2003: Andreas Glyniadakis, Detroit Pistons (Greece)
There’s a 1/25 chance this guy met LeBron at some point but there’s also like a ½ chance this guy has talked to Darko a well so we can’t have that.
Grade: D
2002: Corsley Edwards, Sacramento Kings (Cent. Connecticut State)
This guy probably has the 2nd best teeth in the game.
Grade: C
2001: Bryan Bracey, San Antonio Spurs (Oregon)
Dude had some nice cornrows
Grade: C+
2000: Pete Mickeal, Dallas Mavericks (Cincinnati)
This guy is actually a scout for the Timberwolves right now, so that’s pretty cool. Not sure if that’s a good thing, though, i’m not sure if the Twolves have had any good draft moves outside of Okogie.
Grade: D+
1999: Eddie Lucas, Utah Jazz (Virginia Tech)
I googled this guy and he’s currently a construction worker. This is a massive advancement in the “MJ played against construction workers” campaign that many on twitter keep pushing.
Grade: F+
1998: Maceo Baston, Chicago Bulls (Michigan)
Finally, a cool name, it’s been awhile. Too bad MJ probably robbed this guy’s signing bonus blind in a game of poker or something then bullied him into an early retirement. Even though he, himself, was already retired. That’s how good he was.
Grade: C-
1997: Roberto Duenas, Chicago Bulls (Spain)
Okay, maybe MJ didn’t get Maceo Baston but he definitely got this guy. Definitely.
Grade: D
1996: Darnell Robinson, Dallas Mavericks (Arkansas)
He won an NCAA title in ‘94 which is actually incredible because I had no idea Arkansas even had a basketball team let alone a winner. Good for them, even though the Razorback fans were probably too busy paying attention to football season already to care.
Grade: B-
1995: Don Reid, Detroit Pistons (Georgetown)
We’re getting to the point where google is becoming really unhelpful with the searches, the last two names i’ve googled have had their searches hijacked by singers. Not sure what to make of that.
Grade: D
1994: Zeljko Rebraca, Seattle Supersonics (KK Partizan Serbia)
Another draft, another Serbian picked last. I think it’s officially time we look into an anti-Serbian agenda the NBA has taken on.
Grade: C+
1993: Byron Wilson, Phoenix Suns (Utah)
This guy had a super long career overseas, for what that’s worth. He hung em up in 2010. Good for him. Never played a minute in the association, though.
Grade: C+
1992: Brett Roberts, Sacramento Kings (Morehead State)
Brett led the NCAA in scoring for a season. That’s about it.
Grade: C+
1991: Marcus Kennedy, Portland Trailblazers (Eastern Michigan)
After flunking out of the NBA he won rookie of the year in the CBA, which is the Continental Basketball Association, obviously. Only idiots don’t know that.
Grade: C-
1990: Sean Higgins, San Antonio Spurs (Michigan)
Higgins stayed in the league until ‘98 and won a title in college. Probably pretty funny and cracked a few jokes in the locker room.
Grade: B-
1989: Toney Mack, Philadelphia 76ers (Georgia)
If you’re still reading this, I applaud your effort, because this player is neither interesting nor talented. Like most of these last picks. I’m sure Toney was really good at basketball up until a point where he wasn’t and it was really tragic for him. Perhaps it has haunted him ever since, the allure of what could have been, the mystery of lost talent.
Grade: F
1988: Archie Marshall, San Antonio Spurs (Kansas)
There’s a 1/10 chance this guy has met Pop.
Grade: C
1987: Chris Dudley, Cleveland Cavaliers (Yale)
Obviously the Cavs tried to go with the big brain guy here to back up Mark Price and Brad Daugherty. Did it work? Well, yeah, actually it did. Dudley stayed in the NBA all the way up until 2003, which is actually kind of remarkable. Not to mention he was the last pick in a draft that had 4 rounds.
Grade: A
1986: Dan Bingenheimer, Golden State Warriors (Missouri)
Cool name alert, finally. Who knows what kinds of nicknames this guy probably had. He probably allowed his teammates’ brains to get stimulated with nicknames and insults alike because Dan was a bum and never did anything in the NBA. Sorry, but it’s the truth.
Grade: D+
1985: Alex Stivrins, Seattle Supersonics (Colorado)
We’re starting to reach automatic white guy territory, but before we do, let’s admire how Stivrins played 5 years in the french league after getting drafted before coming back to the league. I’m sure American fans were eager to receive his skills.
Grade: C+
1984: Marc Glass, Los Angeles Clippers (Montana)
This one kind of creeped me out because there’s a point guard in one of my 2k leagues that's randomly generated and who has the same name that also plays for the Clippers. Besides that his name is so boring that google barely knows who he is, actually requiring me to scroll down to find him, which I definitely did not do.
Grade: D 1983: Ron Crevier, Chicago Bulls (Boston College)
This guy sounds like a background character in Ratatouille.
Grade: C-
1982: Norm Anchrum, New York Knicks (UAB)
A decent name. He won the price is right once, scored a package worth $6400. So that proves that he was probably decently smart.
Grade: C+
1981: Kevin Figaro, Atlanta Hawks (UL-Lafayette)
Figaro, Figaro.
Grade: C
1980: Rory Sparrow, New Jersey Nets (Villanova)
Rory actually had a decent career, putting up 12/5 in his best year with the Heat. Retired in ‘92, he’s done pretty well for a last pick.
Grade: A
1979: Ron Ripley, Golden State Warriors (UWGB)
Ron Ripley is a husband and father surviving in New England, a place which seems to be getting colder every day. He grew up across from a disturbingly large cemetery where he managed to scare himself every night before going to bed
Grade: F
1978: Jeff Covington, New Orleans Jazz (Youngstown State)
Jeff got to be apart of the Jazz before they moved to Utah and their team name ceased to make sense. That’s a plus.
Grade: C+
1977: Larry Williams, Kansas City Kings (Texas Southern)
I wrote about Larry Williams in this post.
Larry Williams deserves a grade so low that no letter or number could quantify it.
Grade: Bad
1976: Tom Lockhart, Milwaukee Bucks (Manhatten)
This guy waa from Manhatten so he was probably shell-shocked when he was traded to Milwaukee and the bodegas and hot dog carts turned into bars and brat shacks. It probably sent him into hysterics, if i had a guess. Not sure why the Bucks would do this.
Grade: D-
1975: Wilbur Holland, Atlanta Hawks (New Orleans)
This guy was only 6 foot flat. He probably got called Wilbur the pig at some point in his life, which means there’s an increased chance that he’s suffered a great amount of emotional trauma that has stuck with him throughout his basketball career.
Grade: D-
1974: Gary Novak, Cleveland Cavaliers (Notre Dame)
Gary never played in the NBA. He played four years at Notre Dame so he probably won’t shut up about that.
Grade: D
1973: Gary Rhoades, Houston Rockets (Colorado State)
So now i’d say we’re officially in the automatic white guy territory, ushered in by Gary here who never played in the league. His draft featured five rounds so it makes sense. The game was rigged from the start.
Grade: D+
1972: Rudy Benjamin, Houston Rockets (Michigan State)
It’s starting to get grim. Rudy never played in the NBA either. This is a long streak at this point. How do we know the NBA isn’t just making these guys up? Perhaps the entire country of Serbia is made up, invented by the NBA to get more players into the NBA draft. I’m just asking questions.
Grade: D
1970: Wayne Sokolowski, Cleveland Cavaliers (Ashland)
Wayne Sokolwoski? More like Wayne sucks at basketballowski.
Grade: D
1969: Larry Jeffries, Detroit Pistons (Trinity TX)
Google tells me Larry is one of the best players in Southland conference history. Nice.
Grade: C+
1968: Phil Wagner, St. Louis Hawks (Georgia Tech)
Phil probably existed.
Grade: C+
1967: Sonny Bustion, San Francisco Warriors (Colorado State)
What do you really want me to tell you about Sonny Bustion?
Grade: C
1966: John Wetzel, Los Angeles Lakers (Virginia Tech)
This guy was taken in the 8th round. 8th. Not even the damn NFL draft has 8 rounds. This guy must be really, really bad.
Grade: F+
1965: Wayne Molis, New York Knicks (Lewis)
He played two seasons and then a knee injury ended his career, drawing comparisons to Derrick Rose. Back in 1969 everyone was wondering what could have been with the Mole Man.
Grade: B
1964: Camden Wail, San Francisco Warriors (Cal)
Now we’re talkin’, a cool name to invigorate this list.
Grade: C+
1963: Carl Ritter, St. Louis Hawks (SEMS) Carl Ritter was a German geographer. Along with Alexander von Humboldt, he is considered one of the founders of modern geography. From 1825 until his death, he occupied the first chair in geography at the University of Berlin.
Grade: F
1962: Chris Jones, Cincinnati Royals (Carson-Newman)
If you’ve scrolled down this far, it’s honestly an amazing feat. I don’t know anything about Chris Jones at all and his name is so generic that I don’t even want to test Google. I’ve never even heard of Carson-Newman. Not once.
Grade: C
1961: Gene Veloff, St. Louis Hawks (Doane)
What the fuck is a Doane?
Grade: F
1960: Dennis Moore, Cincinnati Royals (Regis CO)
Dennis Moore
Grade: F
1959: Jack Evans, Minneapolis Lakers (Lake Superior State)
Jack was drafted in the 11th round, which is just utterly ridiculous.
Grade: D-
1958: Frank Tartaton, Cincinnati Royals (Xavier)
Now, this is not a mis-spelling of NFL legend Fran Tarkenton. This guy was probably way less talented.
Grade: C-
1957: Jack Butcher, Boston Celtics (Memphis)
What a fucking name.This guy is likely the unsung hero of the Celtics’ entire franchise, what fear he must have struck into the hearts of his opponents.
Grade: B+
1956: Robert Hodgson, Minneapolis Lakers (Wichita State)
Nobody knows anything about this guy so let’s all pretend he would have been the GOAT if it wasn’t for some rare injury or something. Tragic.
Grade: A+
1955: Dick Welsh, St. Louis Hawks (USC)
Dick. Welsh.
Grade: C
1954: Vince Leta, Philadelphia Warriors (Lycoming)
Apparently Lycoming is a liberal arts college in Pennsylvania, not a mis-spelling of Wyoming. Sort of a weird move to go to e liberal arts college and then go pro in the NBA but hey Vince good for you man.
Grade: C
1953: Will Bales, Rochester Royals (Eastern Kentucky)
I looked up this guy and both Will Barton and Will Bynum came up ahead of him, despite googling his exact game. Very tough scene for Bales and i’m not sure if he’s even alive to care. Probably not.
Grade: C
1952: Burr Carlson, Philadelphia Warriors (Uconn)
What a pompous ass name.
Grade: F
1951: Hugo Kappler, Boston Celtics (NC State)
At this point not even the first overall picks from these drafts are doing shit in the NBA. The guy who was taken first overall in this draft didn’t play a single minute in the NBA, and you expect this guy to do shit? We’re so far down the line at this point that I could just start making up names and 99.99% of the people reading wouldn’t know. Is Hugo Kappler real or just a figment of my imagination? You’ll have to put in the effort to find out, I guess.
Grade: ?
1950: Earl Lloyd, Washington Capitols (West Virginia State)
This guy got drafted by a hockey team in the NBA draft. We’ve gone so far back that we have transcended sports.
Grade: G
1949: George Kaftan, Boston Celtics (Holy Cross)
There is a 100% chance that this guy was involved in a point shaving scandal at Holy Cross.
Grade: C
1948: Joe Holland, Baltimore Bullets (Kentucky)
This guy played under Aldoph Rupp and Kentucky and won a title. That i do know.
Grade: B+
1947: Ed Koffenberger, Philadelphia Warriors (Duke)
Here we are. The first last pick in NBA history, and it’s a Dukie. Disgusting. To boot, his name sounds more like a dentist’s name than a professional basketball player. Apparently he also played lacrosse at Duke. There’s a very good chance Coach K pai this guy under the table, despite being older than K by a very wide margin. You just can’t rule it out.
Well, there you have it. Some very bad picks in this list, and one good one. Just goes to show you how improbable IT’s career has been after being picked out of that last spot.
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2019.11.27 18:58 The_Fishbowl Week 14 Match-up Preview Thread: TCU Horned Frogs vs. West Virginia Mountaineers

TCU vs. West Virginia
When: Friday, November, 29, 04:15 PM Eastern
Where: Amon G. Carter Stadium - Fort Worth, TX
Watch: ESPN
Odds: TCU by 12.5 pts.
Total Points: 44.5
All-Time Series : TCU vs. West Virginia
TCU and West Virginia have met 8 times since 12/31/1984.
These teams last met 382 days ago on 11/10/2018.
Series Wins: TCU 4-0-4 West Virginia
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 7 (2012-2018).
West Virginia has won the most recent meeting (2018) in this series.
Last 5 Meetings
Winner Date Location TCU West Virginia Notes
West Virginia 2018-11-10 Morgantown, WV 10 47
TCU 2017-10-07 Fort Worth, TX 31 24
West Virginia 2016-10-22 Morgantown, WV 10 34
TCU 2015-10-29 Fort Worth, TX 40 10
TCU 2014-11-01 Morgantown, WV 31 30
Through Week 13
Week TCU 5-6(3-5) Result West Virginia 4-7(2-6) Result
1 UAPB 6-5(3-4) W 39-7 James Madison 11-1(8-0) W 20-13
2 BYE N/A Missouri 5-6(2-5) L 7-38
3 Purdue 4-7(3-5) W 34-13 NC State 4-7(1-6) W 44-27
4 SMU 9-2(5-2) L 38-41 Kansas 3-8(1-7) W 29-24
5 Kansas 3-8(1-7) W 51-14 BYE N/A
6 Iowa State 7-4(5-3) L 24-49 Texas 6-5(4-4) L 31-42
7 BYE N/A Iowa State 7-4(5-3) L 14-38
8 Kansas State 7-4(4-4) L 17-24 Oklahoma#7 10-1(7-1) L 14-52
9 Texas 6-5(4-4) W 37-27 BYE N/A
10 Oklahoma State#22 8-3(5-3) L 27-34 Baylor#9 10-1(7-1) L 14-17
11 Baylor#9 10-1(7-1) L 23-29 Texas Tech 4-7(2-6) L 17-38
12 Texas Tech 4-7(2-6) W 33-31 Kansas State 7-4(4-4) W 24-20
13 Oklahoma#7 10-1(7-1) L 24-28 Oklahoma State#22 8-3(5-3) L 13-20
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
TCU Injury Report
Last updated: November 26, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Lucas Niang T Out Hip Niang had arthroscopic hip surgery and will likely miss the remainder of the season.
Justin Rogers QB Out Knee Rogers has been held out of the previous two games while recovering from ACL surgery and dealing with nerve damage in his foot, and there is no definitive timetable for return.
Emari Demercado RB Out Undisclosed Demercado has been sidelined due to an unspecified injury, and a timeline for his return has yet to be established.
Noah Daniels CB Out Undisclosed Daniels is projected to miss the entire 2019 season due to an unspecified injury.
Dylan Thomas WR Out Leg Thomas had leg surgery and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
Matthew Baldwin QB Out Elbow Baldwin is sidelined due to an eligibility issue, and it is uncertain when he will next be available.
Cole Bunce P/PK Out Undisclosed Bunce is expected to miss the entire 2019 season after having surgery to repair an unspecified injury stemming from an offseason motor vehicle accident.
Al'Dontre Davis WR Questionable Undisclosed Davis has an unspecified injury, and it is unclear if he will suit up Friday against West Virginia.
La'Kendrick Van Zandt S Questionable Undisclosed Van Zandt has missed the last two games due to an unannounced injury. His status for Friday's contest against West Virginia is up in the air.
Keenan Reed CB/S Questionable Undisclosed Reed is nursing an injury to an unannounced location. It is uncertain if he will be available against West Virginia on Friday.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
West Virginia Injury Report
Last updated: November 26, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Vandarius Cowan LB Out Knee Cowan is recovering from knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2019 season.
Taijh Alston DL Out Knee Alston is recovering from knee surgery and is expected to miss the remainder of the 2019 season.
Martell Pettaway RB Out Redshirt Pettaway has decided to use the 2019-20 campaign as a redshirt year and will sit out the remainder of the season.
Josh Sills OL Out Shoulder Sills is recovering from shoulder surgery and will miss the remainder of the 2019 season.
Josh Chandler LB Questionable Knee Chandler has a knee injury, and it is unclear if he will play Friday versus TCU.
T.J. Simmons WR Questionable Undisclosed SImmons is bothered by an unspecified injury, and his status for Friday's tilt versus TCU is up in the air.
Quondarius Qualls LB/DL Questionable Shoulder Qualls has sat out the last four games with a shoulder issue, and it is unknown if he will be available against TCU on Friday.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
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Who do you think wins?
Do you think the favorite will cover the spread?
Which player(s) are you most interested to watch?
Let's talk football!
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2019.11.20 19:16 Pepi1197 Week 13 Match-up Preview Thread: #9 Oklahoma Sooners vs. TCU Horned Frogs

#9 Oklahoma vs. TCU
When: Saturday, November, 23, 08:00 PM Eastern
Where: Memorial Stadium (Norman, OK) - Norman, OK
Watch: Fox
Odds: Oklahoma by 19.0 pts.
Total Points: 65.5
All-Time Series : Oklahoma vs. TCU
Oklahoma and TCU have met 19 times since 10/28/1944.
These teams last met 396 days ago on 10/20/2018.
Series Wins: Oklahoma 14-0-5 TCU
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 7 (2012-2018).
Oklahoma has won the last 5 meetings (2015-2018) in this series.
Last 5 Meetings
Winner Date Location Oklahoma TCU Notes
Oklahoma 2018-10-20 Fort Worth, TX 52 27
Oklahoma 2017-12-02 Arlington, TX 41 17 Big 12 Championship Game
Oklahoma 2017-11-11 Norman, OK 38 20
Oklahoma 2016-10-01 Fort Worth, TX 52 46
Oklahoma 2015-11-21 Norman, OK 30 29
Through Week 12
Week Oklahoma 9-1(6-1) Result TCU 5-5(3-4) Result
1 Houston 3-7(1-5) W 49-31 UAPB 5-5(2-4) W 39-7
2 South Dakota 4-7(3-4) W 70-14 BYE N/A
3 UCLA 4-6(4-3) W 48-14 Purdue 4-6(3-4) W 34-13
4 BYE N/A SMU#21 9-1(5-1) L 38-41
5 Texas Tech 4-6(2-5) W 55-16 Kansas 3-7(1-6) W 51-14
6 Kansas 3-7(1-6) W 45-20 Iowa State 6-4(4-3) L 24-49
7 Texas 6-4(4-3) W 34-27 BYE N/A
8 West Virginia 4-6(2-5) W 52-14 Kansas State 6-4(3-4) L 17-24
9 Kansas State 6-4(3-4) L 41-48 Texas 6-4(4-3) W 37-27
10 BYE N/A Oklahoma State#23 7-3(4-3) L 27-34
11 Iowa State 6-4(4-3) W 42-41 Baylor#12 9-1(6-1) L 23-29
12 Baylor#12 9-1(6-1) W 34-31 Texas Tech 4-6(2-5) W 33-31
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Oklahoma Injury Report
Last updated: November 19, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Kenneth Mann DE/DL Out Lower Body Mann has been ruled out for the remainder of the season with a lower-body injury.
Jordan Kelley DT/DL Out Lower Body Kelley is likely to miss the remainder of the season while recovering from an ACL injury.
Jon-Michael Terry LB Out Leg Terry has a lower-leg injury and will sit out the remainder of the season.
Grant Calcaterra TE Out Upper Body Calcaterra has been sidelined due to an upper-body injury, and it is unknown when he will return to the field.
Trey Sermon RB Out Knee Sermon is expected to miss the remainder of the season due to a left knee injury.
Tre Norwood CB/DB Out Knee Norwood will miss the entire 2019 season due to a knee injury.
Bryce Roberts TE/OL Out Eligibility Roberts will miss the entire 2019 season due to eligibility reasons.
CeeDee Lamb WR Questionable Head Lamb missed the last game due to a head injury, and it has yet to be established if he will play against TCU on Saturday.
Robert Barnes S Questionable Undisclosed Barnes has missed the last four games with an injury to an unlisted area, and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday against TCU.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
TCU Injury Report
Last updated: November 19, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Lucas Niang T Out Hip Niang had arthroscopic hip surgery and will likely miss the remainder of the season.
Justin Rogers QB Out Knee Rogers has been held out of the previous two games while recovering from ACL surgery and dealing with nerve damage in his foot, and there is no definitive timetable for return.
Noah Daniels CB Out Undisclosed Daniels is projected to miss the entire 2019 season due to an unspecified injury.
Emari Demercado RB Out Undisclosed Demercado has been sidelined due to an unspecified injury, and a timeline for his return has yet to be established.
Dylan Thomas WR Out Leg Thomas had leg surgery and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
Matthew Baldwin QB Out Elbow Baldwin is sidelined due to an eligibility issue, and it is uncertain when he will next be available.
Cole Bunce P/PK Out Undisclosed Bunce is expected to miss the entire 2019 season after having surgery to repair an unspecified injury stemming from an offseason motor vehicle accident.
Al'Dontre Davis WR Questionable Leg Davis has a leg injury, and it is unclear if he will suit up Saturday versus Oklahoma.
La'Kendrick Van Zandt S Questionable Undisclosed Van Zandt missed the last game due to an unannounced injury. His status for the contest Saturday against Oklahoma is up in the air.
Keenan Reed CB/S Questionable Undisclosed Reed is dealing with an undefined injury, and it is uncertain if he will be available against Oklahoma on Saturday.
TreVontae Hights WR Questionable Leg Hights is battling a leg injury, and it remains to be seen if he will face Oklahoma on Saturday.
Michael Collins QB Questionable Abdominal Collins has sat out the previous three games, and it is unknown if he will play against Oklahoma on Saturday.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
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Who do you think wins?
Do you think the favorite will cover the spread?
Which player(s) are you most interested to watch?
Let's talk football!
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2019.11.06 20:37 johnjaymjr Week 11 Match-up Preview Thread: The Revivalry: TCU Horned Frogs vs. #10 Baylor Bears

TCU vs. #10 Baylor
When: Saturday, November, 9, 12:00 PM Eastern
Where: Amon G. Carter Stadium - Fort Worth, TX
Watch: Fox Sports 1
Odds: Baylor by 2.0 pts.
Total Points: 47.5
All-Time Series - The Revivalry: TCU vs. Baylor
TCU and Baylor have met 114 times since 01/01/1899.
These teams last met 354 days ago on 11/17/2018.
Series Wins: TCU 55-7-52 Baylor
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 51 (1945-1995).
TCU has won the last 4 meetings (2015-2018) in this series.
Last 5 Meetings
Winner Date Location TCU Baylor Notes
TCU 2018-11-17 Waco, TX 16 9
TCU 2017-11-24 Fort Worth, TX 45 22
TCU 2016-11-05 Waco, TX 62 22
TCU 2015-11-27 Fort Worth, TX 28 21
Baylor 2014-10-11 Waco, TX 58 61
Through Week 10
Week TCU 4-4(2-3) Result Baylor 8-0(5-0) Result
1 UAPB 5-4(2-3) W 39-7 Stephen F. Austin 1-8(1-5) W 56-17
2 BYE N/A UTSA 3-5(2-2) W 63-14
3 Purdue 3-6(2-4) W 34-13 BYE N/A
4 SMU#23 8-1(4-1) L 38-41 Rice 0-9(0-5) W 21-13
5 Kansas 3-6(1-5) W 51-14 Iowa State 5-3(3-2) W 23-21
6 Iowa State 5-3(3-2) L 24-49 Kansas State#22 6-2(3-2) W 31-12
7 BYE N/A Texas Tech 3-5(1-4) W 33-30
8 Kansas State#22 6-2(3-2) L 17-24 Oklahoma State 6-3(3-3) W 45-27
9 Texas 5-3(3-2) W 37-27 BYE N/A
10 Oklahoma State 6-3(3-3) L 27-34 West Virginia 3-5(1-4) W 17-14
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
TCU Injury Report
Last updated: November 06, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Dylan Thomas WR Out Leg Thomas had leg surgery and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
Lucas Niang T Out Hip Niang had arthroscopic hip surgery and will likely miss the remainder of the season.
Cole Bunce P/PK Out Undisclosed Bunce is expected to miss the entire 2019 season after having surgery to repair an unspecified injury stemming from an offseason motor vehicle accident.
Noah Daniels CB Out Undisclosed Daniels is projected to miss the entire 2019 season due to an unspecified injury.
Justin Rogers QB Out Knee Rogers has been held out of the previous two games while recovering from ACL surgery and dealing with nerve damage in his foot, and there is no definitive timetable for return.
Emari Demercado RB Out Undisclosed Demercado has been sidelined due to an unspecified injury, and a timeline for his return has yet to be established.
Matthew Baldwin QB Out Elbow Baldwin is sidelined due to an eligibility issue, and it is uncertain when he will next be available.
Michael Collins QB Doubtful Abdominal Collins suffered an injury to his midsection in the previous game and is not expected to play against Baylor on Saturday.
La'Kendrick Van Zandt S Questionable Undisclosed Van Zandt is hampered by an injury to an unlisted area, and it is undetermined if he will be active Saturday against Baylor.
TreVontae Hights WR Questionable Leg Hights is nursing a leg injury, and it remains to be seen if he will face Baylor on Saturday.
Al'Dontre Davis WR Questionable Undisclosed Davis has an unspecified injury, and it is unknown if he will play against Baylor on Saturday.
Keenan Reed CB/S Questionable Undisclosed Reed is dealing with an undefined injury, and it is uncertain if he will suit up Saturday versus Baylor.
Jalen Reagor WR Questionable Back Reagor left the previous game with an injured back, and his status is unknown Saturday against Baylor.
Max Duggan QB Questionable Finger Duggan is bothered by a finger injury, and it has yet to be determined if he will take the field against Baylor on Saturday.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
Baylor Injury Report
Last updated: November 06, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Clay Johnston LB Out Knee Johnston suffered a season-ending knee injury.
Gavin Holmes WR Out Knee Holmes will need to take the entire 2019 season off in order to fully recover from a previously torn ACL.
Craig Williams RB Out Undisclosed Williams will miss an undetermined length of time due to an undefined injury.
Connor Galvin OL Out Lower Body Galvin is likely to miss four to six weeks with a lower-body injury.
Denzel Mims WR Questionable Upper Body Mims left the last game due to an upper-body injury, and it is unclear if he will play Saturday against TCU.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
What are your "Keys to the Game"?
Who do you think wins?
Do you think the favorite will cover the spread?
Which player(s) are you most interested to watch?
Let's talk football!
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2019.10.16 19:56 TAMExSTRANGE69 Week 8 Match-up Preview Thread: Ole Miss Rebels vs. Texas A&M Aggies

Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M
When: Saturday, October, 19, 07:30 PM Eastern
Where: Vaught-Hemingway Stadium - Oxford, MS
Watch: SEC Network
Odds: Texas A&M by 6.5 pts.
Total Points: 54.5
All-Time Series : Ole Miss vs. Texas A&M
Ole Miss and Texas A&M have met 9 times since 10/27/1911.
These teams last met 340 days ago on 11/10/2018.
Series Wins: Ole Miss 1-0-8 Texas A&M
Longest streak of continuous meetings: 7 (2012-2018).
Texas A&M has won the last 2 meetings (2017-2018) in this series.
Last 5 Meetings
Winner Date Location Ole Miss Texas A&M Notes
Texas A&M 2018-11-10 College Station, TX 24 38
Texas A&M 2017-11-18 Oxford, MS 24 31
Ole Miss 2016-11-12 College Station, TX 29 28 Mississippi Vacated Game
Ole Miss 2015-10-24 Oxford, MS 23 3
Ole Miss 2014-10-11 College Station, TX 35 20 Mississippi Vacated Game
Through Week 7
Week Ole Miss 3-4(2-2) Result Texas A&M 3-3(1-2) Result
1 Memphis 5-1(1-1) L 10-15 Texas State 2-4(1-1) W 41-7
2 Arkansas 2-4(0-3) W 31-17 Clemson#4 6-0(4-0) L 10-24
3 Southeastern Louisiana 3-3(2-2) W 40-29 Lamar 4-3(2-2) W 62-3
4 California 4-2(1-2) L 20-28 Auburn#9 5-1(2-1) L 20-28
5 Alabama#2 6-0(3-0) L 31-59 Arkansas 2-4(0-3) W 31-27
6 Vanderbilt 1-5(0-3) W 31-6 BYE N/A
7 Missouri#23 5-1(2-0) L 27-38 Alabama#2 6-0(3-0) L 28-47
All rankings reflect the current /cfb poll
Ole Miss Injury Report
Last updated: October 15, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Mohamed Sanogo LB Out Ankle Sanogo is recovering from an ankle surgery and is expected to miss up to 10 weeks of action.
Kinkead Dent QB Out Concussion Dent has been sidelined due to concussion-like symptoms, and it is uncertain when he will be cleared to take the field.
Darius Thomas OL Out Heart Thomas will miss an extended period due to a heart condition.
Sincere David DT Out Knee David is recuperating from knee surgery and has yet to play this season. It is unclear when he will make his season debut.
Ryder Anderson DE Out Knee Anderson is sidelined with a knee injury and is expected to miss up to four weeks.
Patrick Lucas Jr. NT Out Achilles Lucas Jr. suffered a torn Achilles and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
Montrell Custis DB Out Knee Custis has been ruled out for the remainder of the season due to a knee injury.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
Texas A&M Injury Report
Last updated: October 15, 2019
Player Position Status Type Notes
Baylor Cupp TE Out Shin Cupp is in danger of missing the entire 2019 season after breaking his left tibia.
Vernon Jackson RB Out Neck Jackson is expected to sit out the entire 2019 season due to a neck injury.
Roshauud Paul WR Out Redshirt Paul has decided to use the 2019 season as redshirt year.
Jashaun Corbin RB Out Hamstring Corbin suffered a hamstring injury and is expected to miss the remainder of the season.
Hezekiah Jones WR Out Achilles Jones sustained an Achilles injury during the preseason that will likely keep him out of commission for the 2019 season.
Injury data lifted from: sports-reference.com
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2019.03.11 00:45 alsomahler All videos from EthCC '19 in Paris

Agenda (PDF) Official Site (ethcc.io) After Movie
Local timezone is Paris (GMT+1), all times are local time.
Below is a list of all presentations arranged on time and locations. The organisers of EthCC did a really good job this time by also making playlists for the various categories so you don't have to search for the one that interests you.
Note: The organisers are still busy uploading, so not all videos are available yet. I will be updating these as they come online.

Day 1 - Tuesday March 5th 2019

Room: Paul Levé

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Ethereum will save the world. Here's how by Lane Rettig 35:41
10:00 Ethereum 2.0—the phase 0 spec by Justin Drake 57:39
11:15 Open your Dapp to 100 million users by Charles Hamel 34:41
11:45 Things I want to see at the app layer by Evan Van Ness 18:03
12:50 Update from the Mist team by Philipp Langhans 18:34
13:10 Communication from the Ethereum Foundation by Aya Miyaguchi 27:03
13:30 Blockchain Scaling by Vlad Zamfir 1:31:42
15:30 Growing Open Source Software by Scott Moore 19:41
15:45 ERC725 - the second iteration by Fabian Vogelsteller 20:43
16:15 What we can learn from ancient decentralised civilisation by Eseoghene Mentie 21:36
16:45 Rebuilding the Internet with Exodus by Lisa Chu 14:41
17:00 Pay-as-youuse Golem by Marcin Benke 28:53
17:30 Spectacular Growth Happening Now: Why Ethereum Must Focus on Asia by John Lilic 16:30
17:55 How Intel SGX and Ethereum can be leveraged to monitize data sets by Gilles Fedak 30:57
18:05 The State of Curation Markets by Simon de la Rouviere 12:04
18:20 Oracles in the wild: Powering decentralized applications with flexible data solutions by Kenny Chandrasekera 26:33

Room: Jean-Baptiste Say

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Ethereum Decentralized Digital Identity Trust Services by Fabrice Croiseaux 25:03
10:00 Enabling frictionless access to Dapps, today by Itamar Lesuisse 28:04
10:30 Hiding the blockchain: mass adoption through use-case focus. by Louis Millon 8:36
10:45 Turn your smartphone into a hardware wallet by Thibaut Sardan 18:29
11:30 Decentralised Exchanges - Crossing the UX Chasm by Will Harborne 23:23
11:50 IDEN3: Scalable distributed identity infrastructure using zeroknowledge proofs to guarantee privacy by Jordi Baylina 31:25
12:20 Building Identity into Layer 1 and Layer 2 through Signed Typed Data by Pelle Braendgaard 20:02
13:35 Reducing Mainnet Transactions: A Case Study by Craig Williams 26:57
14:05 #SHIPL by Mokhtar Bacha 14:09
14:35 Wallet Standards for Mainstream Adoption by Pedro Gomes 21:20
14:55 Decentralized automation by Piotr Kosiński 27:31
15:55 Blockchain: The UX strikes back by Thomas Chataigner 25:11
16:25 Meta Transactions and the Burner Wallet by Austin Griffith 26:36
16:55 DAOs : How to (finally) kickstart adoption? by Julien Béranger 55:50
17:55 Indexed Ethereum Data: Boosting dApp development with Alethio's Core API by Lucian Boca 16:56
18:10 DeFi use cases by Pavlo Makarov 11:01

Room: Robert Faure

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Discover Arianee Protocol and Live Demo by Alexandre Cognard 26:39
10:00 How to build your decentralized booking service (DBS) on top of ERC808 by Vidal Chriqui 21:15
10:20 Web3-Enabled Social Networks by Logan Saether 24:36
10:40 Limiting the use of smart-contracts: when and how to move offchain by Robert Zaremba 20:29
11:15 Bringing Liquidity On-chain - Lesson Learned by Yaron Velner 26:44
11:40 [Transparency in the blockchain space by Griffin Anderson]()
12:10 Pando, a decentralized VCS based on IPFS and Aragon by Olivier Sarrouy 27:43
13:20 Ethereum Cat Herders: Decentralizing Ethereum Project Management by Hudson Jameson 11:47
13:40 Ethereum and Java by Ivaylo Kirilov 31:48
14:10 From Doges to Tokens: Curated list disputes with Kleros by Clement Lesaege 24:58
14:35 Beyond the technology, how about building a legally-compliant DAO? by Qianchen Yu 21:36
14:55 Gas Stations Network (EIP 1613) - decentralized metatransactions by Yoav Weiss 25:03
15:45 ERC777: Improved token safety and security by Jacques Dafflon 13:29
16:05 The Art of Tipping: Crypto's Oldest Use Case by Kendall Cole 12:35
16:20 The universal ledger agent: a logical result of Rabobank's journey in blockchain based self-sovereign identity by David Lamers 32:26
16:50 FunFair: State channels live. Next phase: Adoption by Jez San 29:33
17:20 CREDO: Sustainable bootstrapping of decentralized open source networks by Liraz Siri 22:10
17:35 Plasma Cash: Towards improved Plasma Constructions by Georgios Konstantopoulos 21:11
18:05 Tests and Simulation of Eth2.0 by Mamy Ratsimbazafy 27:29
18:35 Decentralised Geospatial Layer For Earth Observation by Julien Bouteloup 16:40

Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 [Introduction - W3F Track by Jack Platts]()
09:35 The State of Web3 & Polkadot Governance by Ryan Zurrer 18:10
10:05 Substrate meets iExec: how to Build a Domain-Specific Token-Based Chain by François Branciard 27:00
10:35 Moving from sidechains to parachains by Aidan Hyman 23:09
11:05 Creating Smart Contracts by Dillon Chen 37:33
11:35 The user experience for Web 3: Challenges and Opportunities by Antoine Najjarin 21:56
12:05 Katallassos: A Standard Framework for Financial Contracts by Reto Trinkler 24:11
12:35 Cumulus: Entering the Substratosphere by Rob Habermeier 32:02
14:00 Building Payment Channels with Substrate by Ivo Georgiev 20:34
14:30 libp2p: A Modular, P2P Networking Stack by Mike Goelzer 35:03
15:00 Exploring the Polkadot/Substrate Runtime by Emiel van der Hoek 29:37
15:30 PANEL: Whisper v2 Implementation by Fatemeh Shirazi, Oskar Thorén, & Sebastian Bürgel 1:03:11
16:30 Secure Decentralized Oracles on the Polkadot Network by Sergey Nazarov 32:02
17:00 Enabling Forkless Blockchain Upgrades with Substrate by Shawn Tabrizi 25:28
17:30 A Web3 Data Economy with Ocean Protocol and Polkadot by Dimitri de Jonghe 34:47
18:00 [Conclusion and announcement by Jack Platts]()

Room: Jean Fourastié

Start Presentation Duration
12:35 How distributed governance unlocks collective coordination and intelligence by Tim Bansemer 54:11
14:35 Designing a 'universal' security token by Alexis Collomb 21:44
14:55 [Smart Contract Hacking Capture The Flag by Clement Lesaege]()
15:55 Building complex governance systems on Ethereum in 5 simple steps by Louis Margot-Duclot 21:11
17:40 Scalability: Given industry constraints, how do we move from a centralised to a decentralised approach while still retaining the principles of decentralisation? by Ethan Illingworth & Angus Hamill 11:14

Day 2 - Wednesday March 6th 2019

Room: Paul Levé

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Parsimonious answers to difficult questions by Rick Dudley 26:33
10:30 Ethereum Governance in 2019 by Hudson Jameson 16:17
11:05 Subjectivity vs. Objectivity in decentralized systems by Martin Lundfall 38:05
12:15 Decentralized Oracles: Reliably Triggering Smart Contracts using Decentralized Computation and Trusted Execution Environments by Sergey Nazarov 31:02
12:45 The Importance of Proof of Wonder by Loredana Cirstea 26:02
13:15 Community Code of Conduct v1 - call for feedback by Jamie Pitts 7:02
13:55 Upgrading Aragon Voting infrastructure by Jorge Izquierdo 25:12
14:15 ECF 2.0 by QJ Wang 21:15
15:05 Raiden Network Update by Paul Lange & Franziska Heintel 23:24
15:30 Tokenized Securities - The future of Capital markets by Dauriel Team 39:48
16:20 You Can't Commoditise Trust by Axel Simon 36:47
17:10 Uncorking the wine world: tokenization, transparency and traceability by Mike Barrow 39:04
17:40 The Truth Of The Thing by Ricardo J. Mendez 23:27
18:20 Smart contracts that transfer physical property by Vinay Gupta 31:09

Room: Jean-Baptiste Say

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Solidity & Yul by Alex Beregszaszi 15:50
09:45 Invalid Opcode: Understanding the EVM through the eyes of a Solidity Stack Tracer by Andrej Bencic 20:09
10:15 Using events to unit test smart contracts by Rosco Kalis 16:25
10:55 eWASM Ethereum 1.x update by Guillaume Balle 15:56
11:25 Let’s dig inside Ethereum Smart Contracts compiled to WebAssembly by Patrick Ventuzelo 19:39
12:20 In blockchain we trust(less): The rise and fall of blockchain governance by Primavera de Filippi 32:00
13:20 Blockchain Governance by Vlad Zamfir 1:43:38
15:20 Legally linked DAO's by Hugh Karp 23:17
15:45 Slate Governance for Effective Token Votes by Niran Babalola 28:46
16:15 Ethereum UX for non-tech users: Cases of NFT and Prediction market by Lili Feyerabend 17:27
16:30 The evolution of the blockchain's ecosystem by Federico Rocchi 28:22
16:50 Blockchain & privacy: a concrete example with Parity Private Transactions by Antoine Detante 37:16
17:30 Quorum: Deploying Ethereum in the Enterprise by Tyrone Lobban 35:19
18:00 Solving scalability with Zero Knowledge Proofs by Alex Gluchowski 28:05
18:20 State of the iOS application development for Ethereum dapps by Dmitry Bespalov 22:12

Room: Robert Faure

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Opportunities and challenges of Blind and Offchain Computation: A step towards more privacy for your Web3.0 Doppelgänger by Sajida Zouarhi 16:00
09:50 [These times, they are a changing: The Supply Chain Trilemma by Tyler Mulvihill]()
10:20 Gnosis Safe 2019: Recovery & dapp interaction by Tobias Schubotz 27:49
11:00 No shit: a dapp with thousands of users and no ICO by Matias Nisenson 26:32
11:50 Lessons learned from making a Blockchain video game by Marie Franville 16:02
12:10 How NFTs on Loom Plasma Chain are pushing the next wave of crypto adoption by Nicolas Julia 23:49
13:10 Pantheon 1.0 by Rob Dawson 28:10
13:40 Uncle rate analysis and the impact of mining strategies by Vanessa Bridge 9:57
14:10 Opening up the Internet to all by Dr. Seven Waterhouse 20:05
14:25 Upgrade Driven Development with ZeppelinOS by Dennison Bertram 30:05
14:55 Build your DApp on a Light Client by Amaury Martiny 20:27
15:25 What is Ownership in a DAO? - The Tribute Network Case by Philippe Honigman 16:57
15:40 Holographic consensus, scalable DAO by Matan Field 28:14
16:10 Decentralized Capital Allocation via Budgeting Boxes by Daniel Kronovet 22:33
16:40 Magicians, Philosophers, and Cat Herders: Self-Organizing in a Decentralized Galaxy by James Pitts 18:51
17:10 Financing decentralized projects with a Continuous DAO by Thibauld Favre 27:16
17:40 The Path Towards Decentralized Governance & True Sovereignty by Griff Green 32:30
18:10 The Seven Principles of HumanWork DAOs by Yalda Mousavinia 24:47

Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Modelling Securities on Ethereum - Challenges and Opportunities by Adam Dossa 51:01
10:00 Security Tokens: Building an open financial system by Corbin Page 22:05
10:20 From legal entities to digital ecosystem by Xavier Lavayssière 26:22
11:20 ERC1400: the evolution of a family of standards by Stephane Gosselin 24:49
13:00 Stablecoin Trends by Chris Hermida 28:08
13:30 Introduction to MakerDAO by Gustav Arentoft 35:39
14:00 How to keep track of your digital assets by Max Stein 23:06
14:25 Rotkehlchen: How a robin can help you manage your crypto and other financial assets by Lefteris Karapetsas 17:22
14:40 How onchain identity management could help mass adoption of security tokens by Luc Falempin 15:51
14:55 Update from the Swarm team by Daniel A. Nagy Questions 37:46
15:15 Liquidity for the tokenized world by Juan D. Mendieta 12:20
15:25 Impact IRL: effecting change and empowering people by Simona Pop 14:54
15:55 BridgeDAO - a smart contract in the control of the physical world by Tomislav Mamić 20:22
16:35 Keynote on Art & Blockchain by Vanessa Grellet and Kevin Abosch 18:42
16:55 Panel on art on blockchain by Vanessa Grellet, Fanny Lakoubay, Judy Mam & Kevin Abosch 1:02:00

Room: Jean Fourastié

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 NOCUST – A Non-Custodial 2nd-Layer Financial Intermediary by Arthur Gervais 17:13
09:45 Off-chain techniques for real-world smart contracts by Vincent Danos 31:54
10:35 Monoplasma - highly scalable, a one-to-many payments system for digital cooperatives and revenue 18:07
12:30 Lighthouse: a securityfocused Ethereum Serenity client by Mehdi Zerouali 31:40
13:00 The convergence of IoT and Blockchain by Angel Versetti 21:29
13:20 PISA - Accountable Third Party Watching Service for State channels by Patrick McCorry 23:52
13:35 PoS Validation: Social and Technical Attacks by Adrian Brink 41:24

Day 3 - Thursday March 7th 2019

Room: Paul Levé

Start Presentation Duration
09:15 The Current State of DApps by Fauve Altman 33:55
09:45 Living DAOs by Matan Field 27:05
10:30 Fixing Ethereum's Fragmented User Experience by Taylor Monahan 36:58
11:00 Oraclize 2.0 - 1M queries later, towards decentralization and onwards by Thomas Bertani 34:23
11:40 SafeSol, a safety-oriented Solidity fork by Albert Acebrón 26:52
12:55 Incubed - Scaling Access by Christoph Jentzsch 15:51
13:15 Conditional Tokens - Introduction to a new Asset Class by Stefan George [20:40
13:35 Towards fair data society by Gregor Žavcer 29:11
14:00 Infura & Web3 Infrastructure by E.G. Galano [46:32
15:00 Live Streaming: Ethereum's First Real World Disruptor by Raffi Sapire 21:20
15:20 Growing a compelling product with the help of blockchain at Brave by Ben Livshits 32:15
16:20 Challenges in Growing The Ethereum Ecosystem As A Community by William Mougayar 40:32
17:00 Open Source Mobile Money & Self-Sovereign Identity: The Future of Financial Inclusion by Fennie Wang & Caroline Dama 26:25
18:05 [EthCC Closing by Jérome de Tychey]()
18:25 CTF WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT 11:25

Room: Jean-Baptiste Say

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Blockchain Landscape in India by Karan Ambwani 17:43
09:40 Ion: A platform agnostic Interoperability approach by Chris Chung 23:36
10:00 Why Eth Devs are Doing Security all Wrong (and how it affects the user) by Nick Dodson 35:53
10:55 To Approve or Not To Approve? - Balancing between Security and User Experience by Stani Kulechov 10:41
11:10 Variants of Proof-of-Stake by Awa Sun Yin 30:16
11:40 [Counterfactual Contract Deployment with Create2 by Richard Meissner]()
12:10 Slither: A Static Analysis Framework For Smart Contracts by Josselin Feist 20:20
12:30 How Blockchain Ensure the Reliability of Data and AI by Kazuaki Ishiguro 20:21
13:35 Using Erays and Z3 to find vulnerabilities in Smart Contract by Bertrand Masius 21:56
13:55 Safety certification of Ethereum smart contracts by Dr. Petar Tsankov 21:52
14:20 Applications of Noncommutative cryptography in blockchains by Silur 22:49
14:45 LibSubmarine: Defeat frontrunners by temporarily hiding transactions on Ethereum by Lorenz Breidenbach 16:02
16:00 Bridging the Divide by Aqeel Mohammad 16:18
16:15 Meet Mappy, Happy, & Dappy: Personas For Blockchain Product Management by Benjamin Bollen 32:27
17:15 What is DApp security and how it should be done? by Pavlo Radchuk 20:53
17:40 State Channels With Counterfactual by Liam Horne 44:21
18:25 Lightning Talks Session hosted by Pascal Van Hecke (also see this list) 57:47

Room: Robert Faure

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Practical Privacy: Why does privacy matter and how to solve it? by Lucas Vogelsang 36:56
10:50 dfusion — Using zkSnarks to scale arbitrage-free decentralized exchanges by Benjamin Smith 30:16
11:15 Publically verifiable private transactions - a deep dive into the AZTEC protocol by Zachary Williamson 43:33
12:15 HOPR - decentralized messaging beyond Whisper by Dr. Sebastian Bürgel 24:10
12:40 Schelling point based games and p+epsilon attacks by William George 33:13
13:55 Engineering Crypto Economic Incentives with Token Bonding Curves by Paul Kohlhaas 21:34
14:15 Are all tokens useless ? - Post-Ico Mania Tokenomics by Marc Zeller 23:28
14:45 Consensus and Finality in Polkadot by Robert Habermeier 30:34
15:30 A board game for designing the mechanism of a smart contract by Jean Millerat 14:16
16:10 ETH1x Roadmap AMA by Boris Mann 1:05:07
17:10 Fundamental Pricing of Utility Tokens by Julien Prat 26:02
17:40 How to implement inflation effectively in token design2 by Cassidy Daly 20:41
17:55 State Channel Networks by Tom Close 31:24
18:25 DAppNode:Untying the knots of decentralization by Eduardo Antuña 15:18
18:45 Scaling DApps and DEXs using zero knowledge proofs by Remco Bloemen 58:49

Room: Amphi Abbé Grégoire

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Parametric insurance on the blockchain today and what's left to accomplish? by Alexandre Clément 18:08
09:50 Generalized Insurance Framework: A Linux for Decentralized Insurance Applications by Christoph Mussenbrock 23:32
10:10 The Legal Side of Decentralized Finance by Jacek Czarnecki 30:00
10:40 Venturing the decentralized future by Kavita Gupta 29:34
11:15 How ICO's invested your money in 2018 by Ankit Chiplunkar 22:16
11:45 Handing over the Melon protocol to the Melon Council by Jenna Zenk 21:57
12:05 The dxDAO - Governance of the DutchX by Christiane Ernst 36:48
13:30 TEX - Trustless and scalable exchange on layer 2 by Thibault Meunier 21:58
13:50 From successful ICO to a legal STO by Frank Brinkkemper 23:21
14:10 Regulation applying to STO by Arnaud Grunthaler 21:58
14:40 xDai and the dawn of stablechains by Igor Barinov 42:15
15:30 MixEth: efficient, trustless coin mixing service for Ethereum by István András Seres 17:03
15:50 XCLAIM - Interoperability with Cryptocurrency-backed Assets by Alexei Zamyatin 19:43
16:40 Business Development & Crypto: Breaking Out of the Bubble by Ashleigh Schap 26:24
17:10 Trustlines Network - Decentralized Currency Networks by Kristoffer Naerland & Jannik Luhn 22:02
17:30 Programmable equity as a Entry Point to Greater Security Token Adoption by SMEs in the Future of Work by Justin Ahn 46:49

Room: Jean Fourastié

Start Presentation Duration
09:30 Updates from ENS by Dean Eigenmann 8:34
10:00 The Future of Blockchain Oracles — What Decentralization Really Means by Adan Sanchez De Pedro 24:27
10:20 ENS 3-6 Character Auction and Permanent Registrar Update by Chris Remus 20:56
10:55 The Convergence of IoT and Blockchain by Vlad Trifa 29:28
11:25 The next generation interface combining AI x AR x Blockchain by Atsushi Ishii 20:07
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2019.02.03 13:24 crypto_jedi_ninja World History Timeline of Events Leading up to Bitcoin - In the Making

A (live/editable) timeline of historical events directly or indirectly related to the creation of Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies
*still workin' on this so check back later and more will be added, if you have any suggested dates/events feel free to lemme know...
This timeline includes dates pertaining to:
Ancient Bartering – first recorded in Egypt (resources, services...) – doesn’t scale
Tally sticks were used, making notches in bones or wood, as a form of money of account
9000-6000 BC Livestock considered the first form of currency
c3200 BC Clay tablets used in Uruk (Iraq) for accounting (believed to be the earliest form of writing)
3000 BC Grain is used as a currency, measured out in Shekels
3000 BC Banking developed in Mesopotamia
3000 BC? Punches used to stamp symbols on coins were a precursor to the printing press and modern coins
? BC Since ancient Persia and all the way up until the invention and expansion of the telegraph Homing Pigeons were used to carry messages
2000 BC Merchants in Assyria, India and Sumeria lent grain to farmers and traders as a precursor to banks
1700 BC In Babylon at the time of Hammurabi, in the 18th century BC, there are records of loans made by the priests of the temple.
1200 BC Shell money first used in China
1000-600 BC Crude metal coins first appear in China
640 BC Precious metal coins – Gold & Silver first used in ancient Lydia and coastal Greek cities featuring face to face heads of a bull and a lion – first official minted currency made from electrum, a mixture of gold and silver
600-500 BC Atbash Cipher
A substitution Cipher used by ancient Hebrew scholars mapping the alphabet in reverse, for example, in English an A would be a Z, B a Y etc.
400 BC Skytale used by Sparta
474 BC Hundreds of gold coins from this era were discovered in Rome in 2018
350 BC Greek hydraulic semaphore system, an optical communication system developed by Aeneas Tacticus.
c200 BC Polybius Square
??? Wealthy stored coins in temples, where priests also lent them out
??? Rome was the first to create banking institutions apart from temples
118 BC First banknote in the form of 1 foot sq pieces of white deerskin
100-1 AD Caesar Cipher
193 Aureus, a gold coin of ancient Rome, minted by Septimius Severus
324 Solidus, pure gold coin, minted under Constantine’s rule, lasted until the late 8th century
600s Paper currency first developed in Tang Dynasty China during the 7th century, although true paper money did not appear until the 11th century, during the Song Dynasty, 960–1279
c757–796 Silver pennies based on the Roman denarius became the staple coin of Mercia in Great Britain around the time of King Offa
806 First paper banknotes used in China but isn’t widely accepted in China until 960
1024 The first series of standard government notes were issued in 1024 with denominations like 1 guàn (貫, or 700 wén), 1 mín (緡, or 1000 wén), up to 10 guàn. In 1039 only banknotes of 5 guàn and 10 guàn were issued, and in 1068 a denomination of 1 guàn was introduced which became forty percent of all circulating Jiaozi banknotes.
1040 The first movable type printer was invented in China and made of porcelain
? Some of the earliest forms of long distance communication were drums used by Native Africans and smoke signals used by Native Americans and Chinese
1088 Movable type in Song Dynasty China
1120 By the 1120s the central government officially stepped in and produced their own state-issued paper money (using woodblock printing)
1150 The Knights Templar issued bank notes to pilgrims. Pilgrims deposited their valuables with a local Templar preceptory before embarking, received a document indicating the value of their deposit, then used that document upon arrival in the Holy Land to retrieve their funds in an amount of treasure of equal value.
1200s-1300s During the 13th century bankers from north Italy, collectively known as Lombards, gradually replace the Jews in their traditional role as money-lenders to the rich and powerful. – Florence, Venice and Genoa - The Bardi and Peruzzi Families dominated banking in 14th century Florence, establishing branches in many other parts of Europe
1200 By the time Marco Polo visited China they’d move from coins to paper money, who introduced the concept to Europe. An inscription warned, "All counterfeiters will be decapitated." Before the use of paper, the Chinese used coins that were circular, with a rectangular hole in the middle. Several coins could be strung together on a rope. Merchants in China, if they became rich enough, found that their strings of coins were too heavy to carry around easily. To solve this problem, coins were often left with a trustworthy person, and the merchant was given a slip of paper recording how much money they had with that person. Marco Polo's account of paper money during the Yuan Dynasty is the subject of a chapter of his book, The Travels of Marco Polo, titled "How the Great Kaan Causeth the Bark of Trees, Made Into Something Like Paper, to Pass for Money All Over his Country."
1252 Florin minted in Florence, becomes the hard currency of its day helping Florence thrive economically
1340 Double-entry bookkeeping - The clerk keeping the accounts for the Genoese firm of Massari painstakingly fills in the ledger for the year 1340.
1397 Medici Bank established
1450 Johannes Gutenberg builds the printing press – printed words no longer just for the rich
1455 Paper money disappears from China
1466 Polyalphabetic Cipher
1466 Rotating cipher disks – Vatican – greatest crypto invention in 1000 yrs – the first system to challenge frequency analysis
1466 First known mechanical cipher machine
1472 The oldest bank still in existence founded, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, headquartered in Siena, Italy
1494 Double-entry bookkeeping system codified by Luca Pacioli
1535 Wampum, a form of currency used by Native Americans, a string of beads made from clamshells, is first document.
1553 Vigenere Cipher
1557 Phillip II of Spain managed to burden his kingdom with so much debt (as the result of several pointless wars) that he caused the world's first national bankruptcy — as well as the world's second, third and fourth, in rapid succession.
1577 Newspaper in Korea
1586 The Babington Plot
1590 Cabinet Noir was established in France. Its mission was to open, read and reseal letters, and great expertise was developed in the restoration of broken seals. In the knowledge that mail was being opened, correspondents began to develop systems to encrypt and decrypt their letters. The breaking of these codes gave birth to modern systematic scientific code breaking.
1600s Promissory banknotes began in London
1600s By the early 17th century banking begins also to exist in its modern sense - as a commercial service for customers rather than kings. – Late 17th century we see cheques slowly gains acceptance
The total of the money left on deposit by a bank's customers is a large sum, only a fraction of which is usually required for withdrawals. A proportion of the rest can be lent out at interest, bringing profit to the bank. When the customers later come to realize this hidden value of their unused funds, the bank's profit becomes the difference between the rates of interest paid to depositors and demanded from debtors.
The transformation from moneylenders into private banks is a gradual one during the 17th and 18th centuries. In England it is achieved by various families of goldsmiths who early in the period accept money on deposit purely for safe-keeping. Then they begin to lend some of it out. Finally, by the 18th century, they make banking their business in place of their original craft as goldsmiths.
1605 Newspaper in Straussburg
c1627 Great Cipher
1637 Wampum is declared as legal tender in the U.S. (where we got the slang word “clams” for money)
1656 Johan Palmstruch establishes the Stockholm Banco
1661 Paper Currency reappears in Europe, soon became common - The goldsmith-bankers of London began to give out the receipts as payable to the bearer of the document rather than the original depositor
1661 Palmstruch issues credit notes which can be exchanged, on presentation to his bank, for a stated number of silver coins
1666 Stockholms Banco, the predecessor to the Central Bank of Sweden issues the first paper money in Europe. Soon went bankrupt for printing too much money.
1667 He issues more notes than his bank can afford to redeem with silver and winds up in disgrace, facing a death penalty (commuted to imprisonment) for fraud.
1668 Bank of Sweden – today the 2nd oldest surviving bank
1694 First Central Bank established in the UK was the first bank to initiate the permanent issue of banknotes
Served as model for most modern central banks.
The modern banknote rests on the assumption that money is determined by a social and legal consensus. A gold coin's value is simply a reflection of the supply and demand mechanism of a society exchanging goods in a free market, as opposed to stemming from any intrinsic property of the metal. By the late 17th century, this new conceptual outlook helped to stimulate the issue of banknotes.
1700s Throughout the commercially energetic 18th century there are frequent further experiments with bank notes - deriving from a recognized need to expand the currency supply beyond the availability of precious metals.
1710 Physiocracy
1712 First commercial steam engine
1717 Master of the Royal Mint Sir Isaac Newton established a new mint ratio between silver and gold that had the effect of driving silver out of circulation (bimetalism) and putting Britain on a gold standard.
1735 Classical Economics – markets regulate themselves when free of intervention
1744 Mayer Amschel Rothschild, Founder of the Rothschild Banking Empire, is Born in Frankfurt, Germany
Mayer Amschel Rothschild extended his banking empire across Europe by carefully placing his five sons in key positions. They set up banks in Frankfurt, Vienna, London, Naples, and Paris. By the mid 1800’s they dominated the banking industry, lending to governments around the world and people such as the Vanderbilts, Carnegies, and Cecil Rhodes.
1745 There was a gradual move toward the issuance of fixed denomination notes in England standardized printed notes ranging from £20 to £1,000 were being printed.
1748 First recorded use of the word buck for a dollar, stemming from the Colonial period in America when buck skins were commonly traded
1757 Colonial Scrip Issued in US
1760s Mayer Amschel Rothschild establishes his banking business
1769 First steam powered car
1775-1938 US Diplomatic Codes & Ciphers by Ralph E Weber used – problems were security and distribution
1776 American Independence
1776 Adam Smith’s Invisible Hand theory helped bankers and money-lenders limit government interference in the banking sector
1781 The Bank of North America was a private bank first adopted created the US Nation's first de facto central bank. When shares in the bank were sold to the public, the Bank of North America became the country's first initial public offering. It lasted less than ten years.
1783 First steamboat
1791 Congress Creates the First US Bank – A Private Company, Partly Owned by Foreigners – to Handle the Financial Needs of the New Central Government. First Bank of the United States, a National bank, chartered for a term of twenty years, it was not renewed in 1811.
Previously, the 13 states had their own banks, currencies and financial institutions, which had an average lifespan of about 5 years.
1792 First optical telegraph invented where towers with telescopes were dispersed across France 12-25 km apart, relaying signals according to positions of arms extended from the top of the towers.
1795 Thomas Jefferson invents the Jefferson Disk Cipher or Wheel Cipher
1797 to 1821 Restriction Period by England of trading banknotes for silver during Napoleonic Wars
1797 Currency Crisis
Although the Bank was originally a private institution, by the end of the 18th century it was increasingly being regarded as a public authority with civic responsibility toward the upkeep of a healthy financial system.
1799 First paper machine
1800 Banque de France – France’s central bank opens to try to improve financing of the war
1800 Invention of the battery
1801 Rotchschild Dynasty begins in Frankfurt, Holy Roman Empire – established international banking family through his 5 sons who established themselves in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Vienna, and Naples
1804 Steam locomotive
1807 Internal combustion engine and automobile
1807 Robert Fulton expands water transportation and trade with the workable steamboat.
1809 Telegraphy
1811 First powered printing press, also first to use a cylinder
1816 The Privately Owned Second Bank of the US was Chartered – It Served as the Main Depository for Government Revenue, Making it a Highly Profitable Bank – charter not renewed in 1836
1816 The first working telegraph was built using static electricity
1816 Gold becomes the official standard of value in England
1820 Industrial Revolution
c1820 Neoclassical Economics
1821 British gov introduces the gold standard - With governments issuing the bank notes, the inherent danger is no longer bankruptcy but inflation.
1822 Charles Babbage, considered the "father of the computer", begins building the first programmable mechanical computer.
1832 Andrew Jackson Campaigns Against the 2nd Bank of the US and Vetoes Bank Charter Renewal
Andrew Jackson was skeptical of the central banking system and believed it gave too few men too much power and caused inflation. He was also a proponent of gold and silver and an outspoken opponent of the 2nd National Bank. The Charter expired in 1836.
1833 President Jackson Issues Executive Order to Stop Depositing Government Funds Into Bank of US
By September 1833, government funds were being deposited into state chartered banks.
1833-1837 Manufactured “boom” created by central bankers – money supply Increases 84%, Spurred by the 2nd Bank of the US
The total money supply rose from $150 million to $267 million
1835 Jackson Escapes Assassination. Assassin misfired twice.
1837-1862 The “Free Banking Era” there was no formal central bank in the US, and banks issued their own notes again
1838 First Telegram sent using Morse Code across 3 km, in 1844 he sent a message across 71 km from Washington DC to Baltimore.
1843 Ada Lovelace published the first algorithm for computing
1844 Modern central bank of England established - meaning only the central bank of England could issue banknotes – prior to that commercial banks could issue their own and were the primary form of currency throughout England
the Bank of England was restricted to issue new banknotes only if they were 100% backed by gold or up to £14 million in government debt.
1848 Communist Manifesto
1850 The first undersea telegraphic communications cable connected France in England after latex produced from the sap of the Palaquium gutta tree in 1845 was proposed as insulation for the underwater cables.
1852 Many countries in Europe build telegram networks, however post remained the primary means of communication to distant countries.
1855 In England fully printed notes that did not require the name of the payee and the cashier's signature first appeared
1855 The printing telegraph made it possible for a machine with 26 alphabetic keys to print the messages automatically and was soon adopted worldwide.
1856 Belgian engineer Charles Bourseul proposed telephony
1856 The Atlantic Telegraph company was formed in London to stretch a commercial telegraph cable across the Atlantic Ocean, completed in 1866.
1860 The Pony Express was founded, able to deliver mail of wealthy individuals or government officials from coast to coast in 10 days.
1861 The East coast was connected to the West when Western Union completed the transcontinental telegraph line, putting an end to unprofitable The Pony Express.
1862-1863 First US banknotes - Lincoln Over Rules Debt-Based Money and Issues Greenbacks to Fund Civil War
Bankers would only lend the government money under certain conditions and at high interest rates, so Lincoln issued his own currency – “greenbacks” – through the US Treasury, and made them legal tender. His soldiers went on to win the war, followed by great economic expansion.
1863 to 1932 “National Banking Era” Commercial banks in the United States had legally issued banknotes before there was a national currency; however, these became subject to government authorization from 1863 to 1932
1864 Friedrich Wilhelm Raiffeisen founded the first rural credit union in Heddesdorf (now part of Neuwied) in Germany. By the time of Raiffeisen's death in 1888, credit unions had spread to Italy, France, the Netherlands, England, Austria, and other nations
1870 Long-distance telegraph lines connected Britain and India.
c1871 Marginalism - The doctrines of marginalism and the Marginal Revolution are often interpreted as a response to the rise of the worker's movement, Marxian economics and the earlier (Ricardian) socialist theories of the exploitation of labour.
1871 Carl Menger’s Principles of Economics – Austrian School
1872 Marx’s Das Capital
1872 Australia becomes the first nation to be connected to the rest of the world via submarine telegraph cables.
1876 Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone, first called the electric speech machine – revolutionized communication
1877 Thomas Edison – Phonograph
1878 Western Union, the leading telegraph provider of the U.S., begins to lose out to the telephone technology of the National Bell Telephone Company.
1881 President James Garfield, Staunch Proponent of “Honest Money” Backed by Gold and Silver, was Assassinated
Garfield opposed fiat currency (money that was not backed by any physical object). He had the second shortest Presidency in history.
1882 First description of the one-time pad
1886 First gas powered car
1888 Ballpoint pen
1892 Cinematograph
1895 System of wireless communication using radio waves
1896 First successful intercontinental telegram
1898 Polyethylene
1899 Nickel-cadmium battery
1907 Banking Panic of 1907
The New York Stock Exchange dropped dramatically as everyone tried to get their money out of the banks at the same time across the nation. This banking panic spurred debate for banking reform. JP Morgan and others gathered to create an image of concern and stability in the face of the panic, which eventually led to the formation of the Federal Reserve. The founders of the Federal Reserve pretended like the bankers were opposed to the idea of its formation in order to mislead the public into believing that the Federal Reserve would help to regulate bankers when in fact it really gave even more power to private bankers, but in a less transparent way.
1908 St Mary’s Bank – first credit union in US
1908 JP Morgan Associate and Rockefeller Relative Nelson Aldrich Heads New National Monetary Commission
Senate Republican leader, Nelson Aldrich, heads the new National Monetary Commission that was created to study the cause of the banking panic. Aldrich had close ties with J.P. Morgan and his daughter married John D. Rockefeller.
1910 Bankers Meet Secretly on Jekyll Island to Draft Federal Reserve Banking Legislation
Over the course of a week, some of the nation’s most powerful bankers met secretly off the coast of Georgia, drafting a proposal for a private Central Banking system.
1913 Federal Reserve Act Passed
Two days before Christmas, while many members of Congress were away on vacation, the Federal Reserve Act was passed, creating the Central banking system we have today, originally with gold backed Federal Reserve Notes. It was based on the Aldrich plan drafted on Jekyll Island and gave private bankers supreme authority over the economy. They are now able to create money out of nothing (and loan it out at interest), make decisions without government approval, and control the amount of money in circulation.
1913 Income tax established -16th Amendment Ratified
Taxes ensured that citizens would cover the payment of debt due to the Central Bank, the Federal Reserve, which was also created in 1913.The 16th Amendment stated: “The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.”
1914 November, Federal Reserve Banks Open
JP Morgan and Co. Profits from Financing both sides of War and Purchasing Weapons
J.P. Morgan and Co. made a deal with the Bank of England to give them a monopoly on underwriting war bonds for the UK and France. They also invested in the suppliers of war equipment to Britain and France.
1914 WWI
1917 Teletype cipher
1917 The one-time pad
1917 Zimmerman Telegram intercepted and decoded by Room 40, the cryptanalysis department of the British Military during WWI.
1918 GB returns to gold standard post-war but it didn’t work out
1919 First rotor machine, an electro-mechanical stream ciphering and decrypting machine.
1919 Founding of The Cipher Bureau, Poland’s intelligence and cryptography agency.
1919-1929 The Black Chamber, a forerunner of the NSA, was the first U.S. cryptanalytic organization. Worked with the telegraph company Western Union to illegally acquire foreign communications of foreign embassies and representatives. It was shut down in 1929 as funding was removed after it was deemed unethical to intercept private domestic radio signals.
1920s Department stores, hotel chains and service staions begin offering customers charge cards
1921-1929 The “Roaring 20’s” – The Federal Reserve Floods the Economy with Cash and Credit
From 1921 to 1929 the Federal Reserve increased the money supply by $28 billion, almost a 62% increase over an eight-year period.[3] This artificially created another “boom”.
1927 Quartz clock
1928 First experimental Television broadcast in the US.
1929 Federal Reserve Contracts the Money Supply
In 1929, the Federal Reserve began to pull money out of circulation as loans were paid back. They created a “bust” which was inevitable after issuing so much credit in the years before. The Federal Reserve’s actions triggered the banking crisis, which led to the Great Depression.
1929 October 24, “Black Thursday”, Stock Market Crash
The most devastating stock market crash in history. Billions of dollars in value were consolidated into the private banker’s hands at the expense of everyone else.
1930s The Great Depression marked the end of the gold standard
1931 German Enigma machines attained and reconstructed.
1932 Turbo jet engine patented
1933 SEC founded - passed the Glass–Steagall Act, which separated investment banking and commercial banking. This was to avoid more risky investment banking activities from ever again causing commercial bank failures.
1933 FM Radio
1933 Germany begins Telex, a network of teleprinters sending and receiving text based messages. Post WWII Telex networks began to spread around the world.
1936 Austrian engineer Paul Eisler invented Printed circuit board
1936 Beginning of the Keynesian Revolution
1937 Typex, British encryption machines which were upgraded versions of Enigma machines.
1906 Teletypewriters
1927 Founding of highly secret and unofficial Signal Intelligence Service, SIS, the U.S. Army’s codebreaking division.
1937 Made illegal for Americans to own gold
1938 Z1 built by Konrad Zuse is the first freely programmable computer in the world.
1939 WWII – decline of the gold standard which greatly restricted policy making
1939-45 Codetalkers - The Navajo code is the only spoken military code never to have been deciphered - "Were it not for the Navajos, the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima."—Howard Connor
1940 Modems
1942 Deciphering Japanese coded messages leads to a turning point victory for the U.S. in WWII.
1943 At Bletchley Park, Alan Turing and team build a specialized cipher-breaking machine called Heath Robinson.
1943 Colossus computer built in London to crack the German Lorenz cipher.
1944 Bretton Woods – convenient after the US had most of the gold
1945 Manhattan Project – Atom Bomb
1945 Transatlantic telephone cable
1945 Claude E. Shannon published "A mathematical theory of cryptography", commonly accepted as the starting point for development of modern cryptography.
C1946 Crypto Wars begin and last to this day
1946 Charg-it card created by John C Biggins
1948 Atomic clock
1948 Claude Shannon writes a paper that establishes the mathematical basis of information theory
1949 Info theorist Claude Shannon asks “What does an ideal cipher look like?” – one time pad – what if the keys are not truly random
1950 First credit card released by the Diners Club, able to be used in 20 restaurants in NYC
1951 NSA, National Security Agency founded and creates the KL-7, an off-line rotor encryption machine
1952 First thermonuclear weapon
1953 First videotape recorder
1953 Term “Hash” first used meaning to “chop” or “make a mess” out of something
1954 Atomic Energy Act (no mention of crypto)
1957 The NSA begins producing ROMOLUS encryption machines, soon to be used by NATO
1957 First PC – IBM
1957 First Satellite – Sputnik 1
1958 Western Union begins building a nationwide Telex network in the U.S.
1960s Machine readable codes were added to the bottom of cheques in MICR format, which speeded up the clearing and sorting process
1960s Financial organizations were beginning to require strong commercial encryption on the rapidly growing field of wired money transfer.
1961 Electronic clock
1963 June 4, Kennedy Issued an Executive Order (11110) that Authorized the US Treasury to Issue Silver Certificates, Threatening the Federal Reserve’s Monopoly on Money
This government issued currency would bypass the governments need to borrow from bankers at interest.
1963 Electronic calculator
1963 Nov. 22, Kennedy Assassinated
1963 Johnson Reverses Kennedy’s Banking Rule and Restores Power to the Federal Reserve
1964 8-Track
1964 LAN, Local Area Networks adapters
1965 Moore’s Law by CEO of Intel Gordon Moore observes that the number of components per integrated circuit doubles every year, and projected this rate of growth would continue for at least another decade. In 1975 he revised it to every two years.
1967 First ATM installed at Barclay’s Bank in London
1968 Cassette Player introduced
1969 First connections of ARPANET, predecessor of the internet, are made. started – SF, SB, UCLA, Utah (now Darpa) – made to stay ahead of the Soviets – there were other networks being built around the world but it was very hard to connect them – CERN in Europe
1970s Stagflation – unemployment + inflation, which Keynesian theory could not explain
1970s Business/commercial applications for Crypto emerge – prior to this time it was militarily used – ATMs 1st got people thinking about commercial applications of cryptography – data being sent over telephone lines
1970s The public developments of the 1970s broke the near monopoly on high quality cryptography held by government organizations.
Use of checks increased in 70s – bringing about ACH
One way functions...
A few companies began selling access to private networks – but weren’t allowed to connect to the internet – business and universities using Arpanet had no commercial traffic – internet was used for research, not for commerce or advertising
1970 Railroads threatened by the growing popularity of air travel. Penn Central Railroad declares bankruptcy resulting in a $3.2 billion bailout
1970 Conjugate coding used in an attempt to design “money physically impossible to counterfeit”
1971 The US officially removes the gold standard
1971 Email invented
1971 Email
1971 First microcomputer on a chip
1971 Lockheed Bailout - $1.4 billion – Lockheed was a major government defense contractor
1972 First programmable word processor
1972 First video game console
1973 SWIFT established
1973 Ethernet invented, standardized in ‘83
1973 Mobile phone
1973 First commercial GUI – Xerox Alto
1973 First touchscreen
1973 Emails made up more than ¾ of ARPANET’s packets – people had to keep a map of the network by their desk – so DNS was created
1974 A protocol for packet network intercommunication – TCP/IP – Cerf and Kahn
1974 Franklin National Bank Bailout - $1.5 billion (valued at that time) - At the time, it was the largest bank failure in US history
1975 New York City Bailout - $9.4 billion – NYC was overextended
1975 W DES - meant that commercial uses of high quality encryption would become common, and serious problems of export control began to arise.
1975 DES, Data Encryption Standard developed at IBM, seeking to develop secure electronic communications for banks and large financial organizations. DES was the first publicly accessible cipher to be 'blessed' by a national agency such as the NSA. Its release stimulated an explosion of public and academic interest in cryptography.
1975 Digital camera
1975 Altair 8800 sparks the microprocessor revolution
1976 Bretton Woods ratified (lasted 30 years) – by 80’s all nations were using floating currencies
1976 New Directions in Cryptography published by Diffie & Hellman – this terrified Fort Meade – previously this technique was classified, now it’s public
1976 Apple I Computer – Steve Wozniak
1976 Asymmetric key cryptosystem published by Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman.
1976 Hellman and Diffie publish New Directions in Cryptography, introducing a radically new method of distributing cryptographic keys, contributing much to solving key distribution one of the fundamental problems of cryptography. It brought about the almost immediate public development of asymmetric key algorithms. - where people can have 2 sets of keys, public and private
1977 Diffie & Hellman receive letter from NSA employee JA Meyer that they’re violating Federal Laws comparable to arms export – this raises the question, “Can the gov prevent academics from publishing on crypto?
1977 DES considered insecure
1977 First handheld electronic game
1977 RSA public key encryption invented
1978 McEliece Cryptosystem invented, first asymmetric encryption algorithm to use randomization in the encryption process
1980s Large data centers began being built to store files and give users a better faster experience – companies rented space from them - Data centers would not only store data but scour it to show people what they might want to see and in some cases, sell data
1980s Reaganomics and Thatcherism
1980 A decade of intense bank failures begins; the FDIC reports that 1,600 were either closed or received financial assistance from 1980 to 1994
1980 Chrysler Bailout – lost over $1 billion due to major hubris on the part of its executives - $1.5 billion one of the largest payouts ever made to a single corporation.
1980 Protocols for public key cryptosystems – Ralph Merkle
1980 Flash memory invented – public in ‘84
1981 “Untraceable Electronic Mail, Return Addresses and Digital Pseudonumns” – Chaum
1981 EFTPOS, Electronic funds transfer at point of sale is created
1981 IBM Personal Computer
1982 “The Ethics of Liberty” Murray Rothbard
1982 Commodore 64
1982 CD
1983 Satellite TV
1983 First built in hard drive
1983 C++
1983 Stereolithography
1983 Blind signatures for untraceable payments
Mid 1980s Use of ATMs becomes more widespread
1984 Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust bailed out due to overly aggressive lending styles and - the bank’s downfall could be directly traced to risk taking and a lack of due diligence on the part of bank officers - $9.5 billion in 2008 money
1984 Macintosh Computer - the first mass-market personal computer that featured a graphical user interface, built-in screen and mouse
1984 CD Rom
1985 Zero-Knowledge Proofs first proposed
1985 300,000 simultaneous telephone conversations over single optical fiber
1985 Elliptic Curve Cryptography
1987 ARPANET had connected over 20k guarded computers by this time
1988 First private networks email servers connected to NSFNET
1988 The Crypto Anarchists Manifesto – Timothy C May
1988 ISDN, Integrated Services Digital Network
1989 Savings & Loan Bailout - After the widespread failure of savings and loan institutions, President George H. W. Bush signed and Congress enacted the Financial Institutions Reform Recovery and Enforcement Act - This was a taxpayer bailout of about $200 billion
1989 First commercial emails sent
1989 Digicash - Chaum
1989 Tim Berners-Lee and Robert Cailliau built the prototype system which became the World Wide Web, WWW
1989 First ISPs – companies with no network of their own which connected people to a local network and to the internet - To connect to a network your computer placed a phone call through a modem which translated analog signals to digital signals – dial-up was used to connect computers as phone lines already had an extensive network across the U.S. – but phone lines weren’t designed for high pitched sounds that could change fast to transmit large amounts of data
1990s Cryptowars really heat up...
1990s Some countries started to change their laws to allow "truncation"
1990s Encryption export controls became a matter of public concern with the introduction of the personal computer. Phil Zimmermann's PGP cryptosystem and its distribution on the Internet in 1991 was the first major 'individual level' challenge to controls on export of cryptography. The growth of electronic commerce in the 1990s created additional pressure for reduced restrictions.[3] Shortly afterward, Netscape's SSL technology was widely adopted as a method for protecting credit card transactions using public key cryptography.
1990 NSFNET replaced Arpanet as backbone of the internet with more than 500k users
Early 90s Dial up provided through AOL and Compuserve
People were leery to use credit cards on the internet
1991 How to time-stamp a digital doc - Stornetta
1991 Phil Zimmermann releases the public key encryption program Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) along with its source code, which quickly appears on the Internet. He distributed a freeware version of PGP when he felt threatened by legislation then under consideration by the US Government that would require backdoors to be included in all cryptographic products developed within the US. Expanded the market to include anyone wanting to use cryptography on a personal computer (before only military, governments, large corporations)
1991 WWW (Tim Berners Lee) – made public in ‘93 – flatten the “tree” structure of the internet using hypertext – reason for HTTP//:WWW – LATER HTTPS for more security
1992 Erwise – first Internet Browser w a graphical Interface
1992 Congress passed a law allowing for commercial traffic on NSFNET
1992 Cpherpunks, Eric Hughes, Tim C May and John Gilmore – online privacy and safety from gov – cypherpunks write code so it can be spread and not shut down (in my earlier chapter)
1993 Mosaic – popularized surfing the web ‘til Netscape Navigator in ’94 – whose code was later used in Firefox
1993 A Cypherpunks Manifesto – Eric Hughes
1994 World’s first online cyberbank, First Virtual, opened for business
1994 Bluetooth
1994 First DVD player
1994 Stanford Federal Credit Union becomes the first financial institution to offer online internet banking services to all of its members in October 1994
1994 Internet only used by a few
1994 Cybercash
1994 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption protocol released by Netscape. Making financial transactions possible.
1994 One of the first online purchases was made, a Pizza Hut pepperoni pizza with mushrooms and extra cheese
1994 Cyphernomicon published – social implication where gov can’t do anything about it
1994-1999 Social Networking – GeoCities (combining creators and users) – had 19M users by ’99 – 3rd most popular after AOL and Yahoo – GeoCities purchased by Yahoo for $3.6B but took a hit after dotcom bubble popped and never recovered – GC shut down in ‘99
1995-2000 Dotcom bubble – Google, Amazon, Facebook: get over 600M visitors/year
1995 DVD
1995 MP3 term coined for MP3 files, the earlier development of which stretches back into the ‘70s, where MP files themselves where developed throughout the ‘90s
1995 NSFNET shut down and handed everything over to the ISPs
1995 NSA publishes the SHA1 hash algorithm as part of its Digital Signature Standard.
1996, 2000 President Bill Clinton signing the Executive order 13026 transferring the commercial encryption from the Munition List to the Commerce Control List. This order permitted the United States Department of Commerce to implement rules that greatly simplified the export of proprietary and open source software containing cryptography, which they did in 2000 - The successful cracking of DES likely helped gather both political and technical support for more advanced encryption in the hands of ordinary citizens - NSA considers AES strong enough to protect information classified at the Top Secret level
1996 e-gold
1997 WAP, Wireless Access Point
1997 NSA researchers published how to mint e cash
1997 Adam Back – HashCash – used PoW – coins could only be used once
1997 Nick Szabo – smart contracts “Formalizing and Securing Relationships on Public Networks”
1998 OSS, Open-source software Initiative Founded
1998 Wei Dai – B-money – decentralized database to record txs
1998 Bitgold
1998 First backdoor created by hackers from Cult of the Dead Cow
1998 Musk and Thiel founded PayPal
1998 Nick Szabo says crypto can protect land titles even if thugs take it by force – said it could be done with a timestamped database
1999 Much of the Glass-Steagal Act repealed - this saw US retail banks embark on big rounds of mergers and acquisitions and also engage in investment banking activities.
1999 Milton Friedman says, “I think that the Internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. The one thing that's missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash - a method whereby on the Internet you can transfer funds from A to B without A knowing B or B knowing A.”
1999 European banks began offering mobile banking with the first smartphones
1999 The Financial Services Modernization Act Allows Banks to Grow Even Larger
Many economists and politicians have recognized that this legislation played a key part in the subprime mortgage crisis of 2007.
1999-2001 Napster, P2P file sharing – was one of the fastest growing businesses in history – bankrupt for paying musicians for copyright infringement

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2018.01.05 01:43 hgfnnjh Yesterday u/thepoliticalrev removed my post from r/Political_Revolution. The content of the post? A TIME magazine interview with Senator Bernie Sanders. They Mod over 600 Reddits, including: r/tulsi, r/Jeff_Merkley, r/BetoORourke, r/RandyBryce, r/PramilaJayapal and r/NinaTurner. Check the full list.

The locked and deleted post: https://np.reddit.com/Political_Revolution/comments/7nv3fu/bernie_on_david_brock_the_operative_leading_the/
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2018.01.03 23:52 hgfnnjh Today u/thepoliticalrev removed my post from r/Political_Revolution. The content of the post? A TIME magazine interview with Senator Bernie Sanders. They Mod 120 Reddits, including: r/tulsi, r/Jeff_Merkley, r/BetoORourke, r/RandyBryce, r/PramilaJayapal and r/NinaTurner. What gives?

The locked and deleted post: https://np.reddit.com/Political_Revolution/comments/7nv3fu/bernie_on_david_brock_the_operative_leading_the/
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2017.11.29 03:31 cuavas MAME 0.192

MAME 0.192

Even if you’re still feeling burned from Singles’ Day, Thanksgiving, and/or Black Friday, MAME 0.192 is here, and there’s plenty packed into this update. At long last, the MCU for Ping Pong King is simulated, making the game playable, and Flower now runs better than it ever did. Taito’s abstract maze game Marine Date is also emulated better than ever, although there are still some issues with collision detection. We’ve got newly dumped prototypes, including a prototype of Battlecry, and a more complete version of Grudge Match that appears to come from a location test in Italy. Many of the Aristocrat MK5 gambling machines have been redumped so the ROM checksums pass and they boot. Missing graphics in the Merit Megatouch games have been fixed.
But we know that rumours about the next part of this announcement have made lots of arcade fans excited: IGS PGM2 software is showing signs of life. I’m sure at least some of you are wondering how this was achieved. Usual suspects Morten Shearman Kirkegaard and Peter Wilhelmsen (recently featured here in connection to their success in dumping Gaelco protection programs) have built another FPGA-based rig that allowed them to dump the internal programs from the ARM CPUs for Oriental Legend 2 and Knights of Valour 2 New Legend. On top of this, there are some nice performance improvements to MAME’s MPEG audio decoding that should benefit other systems as well.
In computer system emulation, we’ve got a number of graphical fixes for FM Towns, heaps of improvements for the Tatung Einstein, No-Slot Clock support for the Apple //e family, and support for some Brazilian CoCo clones from Prológica and Codimex. There are some big updates to the PC software lists, too. The ACI Destiny Prodigy, Mephisto RISC 1MB and Mephisto RISC II chess computers are now working. Finally, the Interpro drivers have numerous improvements, including preliminary keyboard/video support.
That’s just scratching the surface – there are far more bug fixes, newly dumped system and performance improvements. You can get the source or Windows binaries from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

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2017.11.29 03:30 cuavas MAME 0.192

MAME 0.192

Even if you’re still feeling burned from Singles’ Day, Thanksgiving, and/or Black Friday, MAME 0.192 is here, and there’s plenty packed into this update. At long last, the MCU for Ping Pong King is simulated, making the game playable, and Flower now runs better than it ever did. Taito’s abstract maze game Marine Date is also emulated better than ever, although there are still some issues with collision detection. We’ve got newly dumped prototypes, including a prototype of Battlecry, and a more complete version of Grudge Match that appears to come from a location test in Italy. Many of the Aristocrat MK5 gambling machines have been redumped so the ROM checksums pass and they boot. Missing graphics in the Merit Megatouch games have been fixed.
But we know that rumours about the next part of this announcement have made lots of arcade fans excited: IGS PGM2 software is showing signs of life. I’m sure at least some of you are wondering how this was achieved. Usual suspects Morten Shearman Kirkegaard and Peter Wilhelmsen (recently featured here in connection to their success in dumping Gaelco protection programs) have built another FPGA-based rig that allowed them to dump the internal programs from the ARM CPUs for Oriental Legend 2 and Knights of Valour 2 New Legend. On top of this, there are some nice performance improvements to MAME’s MPEG audio decoding that should benefit other systems as well.
In computer system emulation, we’ve got a number of graphical fixes for FM Towns, heaps of improvements for the Tatung Einstein, No-Slot Clock support for the Apple //e family, and support for some Brazilian CoCo clones from Prológica and Codimex. There are some big updates to the PC software lists, too. The ACI Destiny Prodigy, Mephisto RISC 1MB and Mephisto RISC II chess computers are now working. Finally, the Interpro drivers have numerous improvements, including preliminary keyboard/video support.
That’s just scratching the surface – there are far more bug fixes, newly dumped system and performance improvements. You can get the source or Windows binaries from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

New working software list additions

Software list items promoted to working

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2017.11.29 03:29 cuavas MAME 0.192

MAME 0.192

Even if you’re still feeling burned from Singles’ Day, Thanksgiving, and/or Black Friday, MAME 0.192 is here, and there’s plenty packed into this update. At long last, the MCU for Ping Pong King is simulated, making the game playable, and Flower now runs better than it ever did. Taito’s abstract maze game Marine Date is also emulated better than ever, although there are still some issues with collision detection. We’ve got newly dumped prototypes, including a prototype of Battlecry, and a more complete version of Grudge Match that appears to come from a location test in Italy. Many of the Aristocrat MK5 gambling machines have been redumped so the ROM checksums pass and they boot. Missing graphics in the Merit Megatouch games have been fixed.
But we know that rumours about the next part of this announcement have made lots of arcade fans excited: IGS PGM2 software is showing signs of life. I’m sure at least some of you are wondering how this was achieved. Usual suspects Morten Shearman Kirkegaard and Peter Wilhelmsen (recently featured here in connection to their success in dumping Gaelco protection programs) have built another FPGA-based rig that allowed them to dump the internal programs from the ARM CPUs for Oriental Legend 2 and Knights of Valour 2 New Legend. On top of this, there are some nice performance improvements to MAME’s MPEG audio decoding that should benefit other systems as well.
In computer system emulation, we’ve got a number of graphical fixes for FM Towns, heaps of improvements for the Tatung Einstein, No-Slot Clock support for the Apple //e family, and support for some Brazilian CoCo clones from Prológica and Codimex. There are some big updates to the PC software lists, too. The ACI Destiny Prodigy, Mephisto RISC 1MB and Mephisto RISC II chess computers are now working. Finally, the Interpro drivers have numerous improvements, including preliminary keyboard/video support.
That’s just scratching the surface – there are far more bug fixes, newly dumped system and performance improvements. You can get the source or Windows binaries from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

New working software list additions

Software list items promoted to working

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Translations added or modified

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2017.05.22 06:50 browneyeofprovidence Part 54: Transcription "Leak or Hack?" -- @Georgwebb Video Series

George Webb
Previous Notes
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10
Part 11 Part 12 Part 13 Part 14 Part 15 Part 16 Part 17 Part 18 Part 19 Part 20
Part 21 Part 22 Part 23 Part 24 Part 25 Part 26 Part 27 Part 28 Part 29 Part 30
Part 31 Part 32 Part 33 Part 34 Part 35 Part 36 Part 37 Part 38 Part 39 Part 40
Part 41 Part 42 Part 43 Part 44 Part 45 Part 46 Part47 Part 48 Part 49 Part 50
Part 51 Part 52 Part 53 [Part 54] [Part 55] [Part 56] [Part 57] [Part 58] [Part 59] [Part 60]
  • [Day 210.2. Hillary's Leakers and Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens - YouTube]
    • Okay. Day 210 Part 2
    • So things are moving quickly now
    • I was at American University yesterday
    • Craig Murray the ambassador from the UK gave a speech there on the 23rd of September last year
    • I believe that he met Eric Braverman on the 22nd in the afternoon, as he was walking the campus
    • I believe he tried to get in the U.S. on the fifth and sixth
    • U.S. knows he's an operative for MI6, MI6 being an ex British diplomat
    • I believe he comes in on the 22nd
    • I tried to go to the British Embassy to confirm that,
    • I got shut down pretty bad, but I was at the British Embassy yesterday on Massachusetts to confirm that
    • I still don't know the answer
    • So Craig Murray in an interview on December 12th, a little bit later after that drop, says, "I was involved in one of the two drops--it's a leak it's a leak it's a leak it's not a hack"[1][2][3][4][5][6]
    • So this whole Trump thing it's a hack, a Russia hack is all a manufactured lie
    • This is a US UK ambassador saying this.
    • He's also saying there was another drop in May that he did not do.
    • He didn't want to say exactly which one he did, but, I had him making a speech in the American University on the 23rd of September, so I know it was in the country
    • So unless he can prove that he was in the country on May 25th for the DNC leaks drop, then I'm pretty sure he he thinks he did that Podesta drop
    • Now I believe that there was a third drop in the middle, that is not being covered.
    • The reason why he's not counting that is, he's counting for when UK people come to the United States to do pickups.
    • I am also counting when things are couriered over to Gavin McFadden, from the US.
    • And the cover there was for going to the journalism school.
    • It's always usually a summer thing.
    • They always typically use students.
    • This was an older woman I believe, that went and she was the wife of a journalism or a professor that was killed
    • I can't remember all the details, but it's another one of those things that were that marriage doesn't make any sense
    • Where this is handsome guy kind of gets flown in 15 years younger
    • Speaks 12 languages, genius, etcetera.
    • All the PR the CIA PR machine--about how great he is, and seminal works he does, and all this crap--you can just see when they over spread the butter on somebody, when they're doing a cover
    • So I think he's the cover he takes her over there, and I do think she's killed for being a part of the network
    • Now the thing that Kim DOTCOM is talking about, I've said this many times is: there's an Open Relay Network
    • There's a relay network for WikiLeaks in the United States, with feed points and in DC, and feed point in New York.
    • That's all he's going to say.
    • He had the feed point for New Zealand
    • So I don't know what the big news is with Kim DOTCOM.
    • I don't understand that
    • Was he involved in the in the network in the US? with Seth Rich? I wasn't {?} a part of that, he wasn't
    • So I don't know why the Kim DOTCOM thing.
    • But anyway I think really honing in on who did that April 25th drop
    • Now I do believe it was either Seth Rich or Shawn Lucas
    • I don't know the exact location I don't think it was an American University but it was somewhere in DC
    • Now was it at Acre121? I'm still researching that
    • I do believe Acre121 was where Shawn Lucas and Seth Rich met.
    • I don't think that they actually met at Lou's.
    • I think Lou's is a diversion, Acre121 I think was is where Rich was more
    • This whole kind of diversion thing
    • I do think he went there a lot to watch games, when he went to want to watch Wisconsin games
    • But I think he liked the food more at Acre121
    • So when you I'll explore all those things.
    • But the big thing to focus on right now is Craig Murray the credibility of Craig Murray, the fact it is a leak, rather than a hack, and then timeline
    • When you do citations, please include the most significant paragraph in your opinion. Okay.
    • Boop! {{George boops}} Sorry
  • [Day 210.3. Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • Okay. Day 10 This is Part 3.
    • A couple of things here
    • I'm probably changing the name of this to "Hillary's Leakers and Hackers" because the nation now is involved in this, with: "was it a leaked by insiders" or "was it a hack if it's a hack by Russians"
    • Then the president--we should go forward with the impeachment
    • If it's a leak by Hillary's people we should probably go forward with that investigation
    • So this is going to be several things.
    • One is a lot of people now want to talk to this doctor that did the report, a lot of the alternative media is picking it up.
    • I think still reporting the guy runs the channel still reporting, did a major story
    • And he has connections into Hannity about the report that I did a couple of days ago.
    • He actually read the whole doctor's report into his very large following, which is very good.
    • It's excellent to bring more people into this discussion, from still reporting.
    • Especially when a lot of the jargon that comes up
    • The more it's understood, the more people can make an objective decision about whether Seth Rich was really in danger of dying that night or not
    • Now one of the things that the doctor said that I really didn't talk about, was the he came in negative 20 on the crit
    • Now I think that's doctor shorthand for the critical care scoring system
    • Now the system I am familiar with, is more of a three-part system: one is called this a Glasgow Coma Scale, which is really a combination of it's about your senses--how are people seeing, how are they responding to when you ask them questions, motor skills that type of thing, and it's kind of like you get a score from 1 to 4
    • And then there's a score about breathing--the rapidity of your your breath, and as your breath starts dropping dropping dropping, you go lower and lower
    • And then there's another one which is your blood pressure--the strength your blood pressure you get lower lower scores your blood pressure drops
    • So there's a 12 point scale there and I think zero is bad and 12 is good
    • So the negative 20 I didn't understand on the crits
    • So I know I have some some critical care, and emergency room people, the hospitals normally is divided in the emergency department ED or the ICU, which is two separate scoring systems sometimes
    • There's two other systems one is called the Apache, which is the acute physiology something, and then the other one's the SAP which is the simplified acute physiology, and I don't know about those things
    • So if people in the medical industry we would come back and explain that that would be helpful, because he was negative 20 on the crit, meaning something which I don't know how to interpret, whether that's better, that's good.
    • The other piece of this is what happened to Seth Rich at 1:45.
    • There's a Joe Capone interview apparently, where he says something about him being there that night, and being in the cab yesterday,
    • Of course I interviewed Joe.
    • I spent about two hours with him about four hours with his staff, and he said he was in on the at the beach in Maryland that night
    • So there's a definite thing that has to be resolved there.
    • Was he at the beach? or was he there that night?
    • And apparently there's a video clip saying he was there that night
    • So I can have not seen a clip yet, and I can't confirm that, but that needs to be rundown--it's one or the other
    • Now if it turns out that he really was at the beach, with his family, like he said to me eye-to-eye,
    • And I and I go by eye to eye more than I go by what I read in the paper, after spending time with somebody
    • So if it turns out that he was put in a position, where he was told by DHS, or someone, "you need to say this, you need to say that, because it's going to cause all these conspiracy theories, to be combing all over the place, and it's going to--tarnish the memory of Seth Rich"
    • Maybe that's what happened I don't know.
    • But we need to follow that up.
    • Again as if it was an Intelligence operation--
    • when I took that walk on that video yesterday that video 7--the last steps of Seth Rich, if you count the number of windows on that walk. Every window is a potential footprint.
    • Any person that at 1:45 at night could have put their cell phone out the window, and took a picture.
    • Even it was an eight minute window, you're going to see hundreds, if not thousands of windows.
    • Every person could take a picture be be filming something, every car--inside every car, someone could be filming inside every building--on all those apartment buildings, all those residential buildings I walked by, could have been filming.
    • There is no way an operative would put him in the car on the street.
    • [They] would [have] put him in the back--there's a back alley entrance to the to the mall, they put him in that entry--a car--they were taken him directly to the Wonderland strip club--the strip clubs are well-known CIA places where people do, not torture, but interrogation--Propofol interrogation--some are probably tortured (Homen square), but most are just interrogation centers.
    • I guess that's not well known that that the CIA owns strip clubs in every major city in America so I'm not going to argue that with anybody. If you don't believe that's true, then go go forth in your life and enjoy
    • But so I do think he was taken to Wonderland.
    • I do think he was interrogated
    • No good operative is going to walk him down that street
    • They're going to drive him to his house
    • He's going to drop off that laptop at 1:00 to 2:00 to Euclid
    • They're going to continue down Georgia 3505 Wonderland
    • And that's last you're going to see if Seth Rich
    • He's going to be out like a light when he gets to that corner
    • They're going to throw him out on the street at high speed
    • He's going to land on his hands and knees
    • He's going to wake up, and soon as he wakes up, they're going to have a car, five minutes later, drive by and do the drive-by shooting
    • You don't want a lot of footprints with people hanging around, yelling, screaming, where people are looking out the window
    • You want to just do it as quickly as possible, drive by it 4:20, in the morning: bang bang on your way
    • And then and then he goes to the hospital
    • I would like to talk to Dr. Eowan.
    • If there's also a Dr. SAVA SA VA that may have been the attending physician, any information you would have about somebody living in DC named Dr. EOWYN, please send it to me I'm heading to DC now
    • Anything you have on Dr. Sava S A V A as the attending physician, at either Med Star, or Howard University medical emergency rooms, as trauma surgeons, that's what I'm looking for are trauma surgeons,
    • And I will go to their house, and knock on the door, and say, "hey would you like to talk?"
  • [Day 210.4 Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • Okay. Day 207 this is Part 4
    • Since I was driving by Goddard Space Labs here in Maryland, I just had to stop
    • This is ISAT-- ISAT is the part of NASA that looks at the Earth, which is obviously great for ratlines, and this is a great source of information for managing your ratlines
    • So because the Awan brothers were so involved in getting people in and out of the NGA, and using the data that these guys collect, then the analysis piece is over at NGA
    • So the collection piece is here, with ISAT
    • The thing is though, you don't want to rely on this information all the time, because if a Trump comes in now your collections gone
    • So you can have all the best analysis in the world, you're not going to be able to have anything to analyze if you don't have your own pictures
    • So that's where NANOSET comes in.
    • Nanoset I think is gonna--I know it's been attacking biological information, and selling that through Weiner's hedge fund network.
    • And I'm not ready to talk about which hedge funds have sold all that technology, to BIOPHAN is just one example
    • But but you're also going to want to invest in satellite technology, sooner or later.
    • Or else you're just going to have to kill a NASA person every time somebody speaks up
    • So I definitely think that that's in the future of the story
    • I think also in in understanding criminal networks, it's helpful to understand network topology, because it helps you understand criminal topology, and criminal ratlines
    • You're going to want in--any good CIA guy is going to want enforcement networks on the on the corners of a big--in any area you're taking control--the big castle on the corner 2133 down there on First and W Street--it's just such an obvious--12 o'clock at night, 12 cars, no lights--just they come out at 2:00! Okay?
    • And if you don't go to the neighborhood at 3 o'clock, you're never going to see this.
    • If you don't walk around the neighborhood at two or three
    • If when the lowrider comes by your car, if you don't roll down the window, and say, "hey man--you know where the hospital is from here?" you're not going to hear whether that black guy is an American black guy or if it's a Nigerian black guy
    • And I did that with about 12, because otherwise I'm not going to know if they're Nigerians, or Ethiopians, or Somalis or Americans.
    • Most of them are American. The guys at the hospital are all Somali or or Ethiopian
    • So that's how you find out about the ratlines
    • You got it you got to put yourself out there
    • So the reason why I'm saying that Seth Rich was taken to the strip club--the Wonderland strip club is, in every city you have to be constantly compromising the residents of the city
    • And obviously blackmailing them is the best way to do that
    • Used to be, as I mentioned before, just photographing somebody at a strip club was enough to blackmail them against his wife
    • And now you have to move them toward more of a child pornography, to really have the leverage on them that you need
    • And you're always going to, always have an interrogation center at your strip clubs--it's just a part of CIA good solid planning
    • And that's that's like a network infrastructure
    • You don't wait for the fire in the building to put in a sprinkler system
    • You put in a network topology that works and is proven topologies, so you have a sprinkler system.
    • The CIA puts in a network of enforcers on corners--the castle on the corner
    • Then you put in your proprietaries: your ratlines downstream.
    • Your drugs.
    • Your prostitution.
    • Your organ harvesting
    • But you have to have an enforcement on the corner first
    • And you have to have your Intelligence gathering on the whole ratline end-to-end
    • And that's where the Awan brothers--that's why Awans' father was in the Blue Sky link down there at Sugarland, TX to Beaumont, TX
    • That's why the investment in Iridium
    • That's why they investment in the Nanosats the little cubic nanosats that were coming back to
    • I just thought as I was passing by, I would just talk about the the kind of the complementary nature between network topology analysis, and criminal topology analysis
    • So. On my way to DC
    • {{ The 2 people in the minivan join a passenger (3ppl) at minute 1 and sit there in the car for 3 minutes looking at you George. I think this is unusual human behavior. One person sitting in car for 3 minutes isn't, they're messing with their phone, 3 however...what are they holding a press conference in there? Get movin! }}
  • [Day 210.5 Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • Ok Day 2010 This is 5.
    • I'm at the corner of 14th and Irving
    • And you can see how many windows there are here.
    • Every time you have a window windows up there - all these windows here--that's an opportunity for somebody to stick their camera out the window, and just take a picture down here at wonderful Columbia Station, right?
    • So all those windows there
    • And you saw my walk that went down that way to Euclid Street
    • There's millions of windows
    • They're just not going to let Seth Rich walk all the way--that's not how the operation is going to be done
    • You're just not going to let him walk all the way down there, with all these cars as well, our potential people could be recording footprints
    • If you're going to end up dumping him down at the hospital at MedStar or Howard University Hospital, you're going to do it much differently
    • The way you do it is: he's never going to see the light of day, coming out of that bar down there,
    • And then he's going to be taken down to be interrogated, because you're going to want to know who else he might have given those thumb drives to, or synced his computer with, in the in the WikiLeaks thing, you don't want to just kill him, without knowing who else you might have given the thumb drives to, in the WikiLeaks saga
    • So you say who's going to be the--I'll just play that role play
    • Where you going to do the rending?
    • Oh Acre121? great. Or Lou's--either one. Ok great
    • Who's going to be the cab driver?
    • Well, we were we were thinking about getting the Guatemalans, why not the Somalis, yeah because Mahmood's in town. He's going to go over pick up the Guatemalans.
    • Okay. Great.
    • So Mahmood is going to do the cab down to the strip club
    • You're going to go to Strip Paradise?
    • No we thought we'd go to Wonderland.
    • Oh ok, Wonderland. Yeah It's a pretty good interrogation facility there, that's great
    • So they go to the strip club, he's drugged and--I wanted to say in my last video: if you think that the CIA leaves this stuff up the chance, then you're probably not a good viewer of this channel.
    • They don't. They don't leave this stuff up the chance
    • Just look at the whole Phoenix program or any other project. The first thing they do is build their interrogation centers or they call them they call them torture centers
    • But. So. We get in there, to the thing, he gives up Shawn Lucas, he gives up, maybe the gal who went to--I think he gave up the gal who was killed at Russell Square, as well
    • I think she was involved
    • Maybe three or four other people who knows until you see the dead bodies
    • But whoever was involved, whoever he gave those thumb drives to, or whoever he syncs his computer with, then he's pretty much expendable at that point
    • That's when you dump him at the corner at the castle there. That's when you dump them and then you get rid of them
    • And he becomes an organ donor as a 27 year old
    • And that's how it's done and--I think it's going to be a drive-by shooter--that's going to going to shoot him twice in order to get into the get him in the hospital
    • And then you have the cover story.
    • The cover story is changing rapidly as we speak
    • First people are putting them in the cab down there
    • Now they're at the ocean with their kids that weekend
    • The parents were there talking to them sitting up
    • Now they're people talking to them in the ambulance
    • Just just tune back in in another hour, we'll have another cover story
    • Changing rapidly
  • [Day 210.6 Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • Okay Day 210 I'm at the corner of Georgia and Harvard
    • This would have been the corner of the triangle that sets Rich would have traveled the night
    • So he would have been coming up Harvard, and then down Georgia
    • Going up that hill right over there is not easy I'll tell you that right now
    • But here Zippin' Chicken. So I always like to give advertising to the local businesses {{ "Los Pollos Hermanos" }}
    • So Seth would have turned there.
    • But if only Seth they come a little bit further
    • Now up that Street in the opposite direction, is the strip club that I think they went to.
    • But I'm not going to say anything until I do that film, but it only walked a few more feet
    • Now again here I'm not trying to say anything bad about the CIA
    • I'm just saying that I'm just repeating what's been in their manuals, in their memoirs, in their directors histories, complete history the CIA, David Talbert Devils Chessboard, all official documents, etc
    • Let's say these are how operations are done these are how operations are done
    • {{ George moves camera to sky: Helicopter sidles up above George, follows his path slowly, directly overhead }}
    • [META MODE ACTIVATED] I always salute, I always salute our men and women involved in Department of Homeland Security, FBI CIA, because they don't know what's going on. They don't--they only, the only track targets and numbers, they don't understand that the targets are journalists, or the targets are doctors, or the targets are terrorists, there's just a location. Just like the military. There's a set of coordinates a long and a lat, and they're supposed to buzz it, which is engagement. So I don't blame any of the people involved in the national security infrastructure for anything
    • Now you'll notice though there's a hospital--big H right there-- and that's Mcmillan reservoir
    • Now I'm not saying that looks like the pond that Kwame used in Kenya for dumping dead bodies at the end of the night, after they've been organ harvested, I didn't say that. But there's the reservoir--that's McMillan reservoir.
    • And then up on the hill you're going to see the hospital which is MedStar
    • Now MedStar is a first-rate trauma center
    • Matter-of-fact I think if you get shot in Washington DC, MedStar is the place to go--it doesn't get any better than that
    • Now there's a Dr. Sava there that I'd like to talk to
    • And I'd like to understand the trauma scale a little bit better, and somebody's probably already posted it to my website {{911bs: what website?}}, but that's going to be the answer to this thing.
    • Because somebody came in, and cordoned off Seth Rich, made him a VIP, and kept all the other doctors who normally would have been rounding on him, and kept them away.
    • And I don't believe they did that, until he was dead.
    • I think what happened was the monitors were pulled off of him. The disorderly orderly came in. Or the SEIU janitor came in or the--"the whoops I did it again" nurse anesthetist {{Brittany Shears, yes}}. You turn off all the meters, because you don't want all the meters going off
    • So you have to have somebody who's smart enough to reset the Machine.
    • And then you push the potassium, or you push the pillow
    • One of the two, and the deed is done
  • [Day 210.7. Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • {{ 911bs: For some reason the captions were changed to DUTCH. }}
    • OK Day 210 I think this is Part 7
    • I'm at the MedStar Health Adult Emergency Room entrance
    • And I think the first thing that you really notice about this is the very high--I'm 6'8"--I think it's an 8' fence
    • {{ 911 useless fact: James Comey is also 6'8" }}
    • It's open there--it has one small opening there. You have to walk ...
    • The cars, the ambulances have to come all the way down there, all the way down to that reservoir that I showed you earlier.
    • It's almost like a gauntlet
    • It's unusual that it would be so difficult to enter an Emergency Room
    • And there's a very big gate down there which I though was unusual in terms of Emergency Rooms
    • Plus it's on the top of a hill, almost like a fortress like situation which I thought was a little unusual for a Community Hospital because if someone--let's say--like me, short of breath, asthma, whatever, needs to come up the hill, gets into the emergency room, you don't want to make that last 100-200 yards real difficult for them
    • Especially if you come in this way, you have about a 1/2 mi walk to come in.
    • Now that could be just to reduce the number of people coming into the facility
    • But that typically isn't a mission of hospitals is patient death on the way to the Emergency Room
    • So it looks pretty much like all the regular Emergency Room facilities, there you can see the front entrance
    • So I'll walk out here and show you the entry/exit point
    • As I said--It's almost defended like a castle again: there's moats--reservoir down there, up on a hill, precipice, gates
    • It just doesn't give you the feeling of a welcoming, you know I'm 6'8" my reach is 8'6", so this is a good 8' fence there
    • They didn't have any information for me.
    • I asked about 5-6 different people if they remembered the Seth Rich case and nobody remembered it
    • I'm just struck by the kind of almost the defensive nature of the hospital
  • [Day 210.8. Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube] *Okay. day 210 this is part aid just up that Street about three minutes away is loose Bar and Grill and the manager the assistant manager excuse me Warren last name of Warren Brendan Warren I didn't meet him I spent all day at Lou's today and I didn't never got a chance to meet him but he apparently was concerned about it set at 1:45 a.m. and he wanted to give him a ride home and he instead said I want to come to the Wonderland
    • So I googled Wonderland and got another location a little bit further up the road this way but what you see behind me is the Wonderland ballroom and the interesting thing it's kind of like a kind of a cool kind of kitschy div' bar it's got a nice outdoor patio here as you can see within upstairs it's got this kind of comedy club going on upstairs but the the important thing would have been that night that this place is open till 2:30 instead of 1 to 1:45 closed at loos which is more of a suburban bar or more of a mall bar if you will
    • So this is more of a kind of a hipper whatever comedy bar etc
    • Now the couple of things I I do when I do this research is I don't have any priest conceived conclusions I walked up this street if you walk up this is Kenyon we're on if you go one Street that way your honor Irving if you lay a straight edge across serving it goes right to dr. Savas emergency room I mean directly to med stars of emergency room you the hole up through the moat up through the hill over the eight-foot fence in through if you can get through the gauntlet you get to dr. Savas emergency room
    • Now I am NOT that brilliant but I hang around and I watch for people to come off work I don't and I just started asking nurses coming off work--are you wouldn't have to be a trauma nurse would you would you wouldn't have to be working the trauma--you have one the best trauma units in Washington DC--dr. Sava and
    • So I finally after a long time finally met gal who was in the trauma center and she said no I don't know who dr. Sava is
    • Now here's a guy who's done YouTube videos about how he started on 911 he started on 911 and he wouldn't he couldn't get in he couldn't do work and all of a sudden 911 they made they drop the restrictions interesting the video I made earlier about a couple days ago when I was in Silver Springs about USMLE
    • So he was a USMLE doc from another country he had a sheep skin from another country coming into the United States
    • So I don't like that I don't like it when people are coming in from another country USMLE no one knows what medical school they went to and they're running a level 1 trauma care facility up the street for the number one trauma care facility in Washington DC and the nurses don't know who he is to me that's troubling
    • Now I'm not saying anything negative about dr. Sava and I have a very strong appreciation for protecting the reputation of physicians obviously
    • So so that's my that's my background but there's also a name change for dr. Sava from more of a Hungarian name and it's Alta y'avait or something like that
    • So just collecting data
    • Now there here's a comedy club here and as--there's a dojo improv where I went earlier today I deleted that video because I thought it may be a red herring and I didn't want to impugn anyone
    • So I took that video down
    • So people are protesting my reporting this story no I did talk to the bartender here she did not know Seth Rich I talked to a couple of other customers here that knew Seth Riggs which is interesting and they said he was at a party that night
    • So this is kind of the rumor mill but the Daily Mail October 14th has Seth Rich here and
  • [Day 210.9. Hillary's Leakers and Hackers - YouTube]
    • Okay. day 210 I heard that the video was cut off I'm sorry if I don't have any good light here I was chatting with Lee Camp of redacted tonight sort of the artis answer to entertainment news he's right over there I don't want to bug him he's chatting up a young lady
    • So but Lee and I had a good chat my intention here is not to impugn the CIA is quite the opposite it's to complement them I didn't come up with operation midnight climax that's not my moniker or creation I mean if you google it that's the CIA's creation they literally when they get up in the morning say who do we compromise today who do we get leverage on today this isn't something that I made up watch the Snowden movie if you want to see how the CIA operates it just--it's like
    • So to all the strippers out there you half of you are PhDs the other half are PhD candidates I'm not trying to say you're in you're in the employ or under the thumb of the CIA I think strippers perform a valuable service that's more valuable than psychologists sometimes--there's a little bit of a healing arts kind of process to what they do I know that sounds crazy for women seeing this but if you're a man and you're whatever
    • So anyone really want to go there but what I did want to say is I talked to the staff here talked to all the staff here and say I'm just reporting the past that they don't really know who he is they he didn't come here very often and they don't know him here
    • So I'm just kind of agreeing or adding credence to the reporting of the Daily Mail on the 14th of August of last year if he came here that night they don't really remember that
    • So just the facts moving on
    • Now has the CIA ever set up a ratline or a bread comm line that leads people to--a kind of a Shanghai ending to their life kind of they call it an fu ratline or where they take somebody and they if they want to take out of business
    • So they want to take out a journalist or whatever they kind of read from you--to the final final yeah that's what they do that's kind of like--at McDonald's we make hamburgers and we do french fries that's what the CIA does I don't think any I think I'm complimenting them by saying that they know how to run a franchise
    • So please if you're with the CIA don't take any offense I'm only complimenting you saying--how to run a franchise
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2017.04.14 05:40 911bodysnatchers322 Part 27: Cliff Notes, "Awan Brotherhood / Hillary's Hackers

George Webb
The following are best-effort transcriptions of the George Webb Video Series. The series is a daily, ongoing open source investigation of HRC with researchers in #HRCRatline on twitter and facebook and trello.
Previous Notes
  • [Day 170.5 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 5 - YouTube]
    • Ok Last Awan
    • 204 nobody listed
    • Hey hi I'm a reporter can I talk to your mom?
    • Hi my name is George. Come on outside I don't want to be talking
    • Alack Awan,
    • I know him but he doesn't live here anymore for a long time
    • He doesn't own this place?
    • He lived here for like 2 months but many years ago, like 5 months ago, but he still lives in Springfield
    • George is asking about the Awan Brothers Inc business
    • He doesn't have any family--he was left for Canada
    • His brother lives in Canada, but he's still in Springfield
    • How do you say his name? Ak-lak
  • [Day 170.6 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, - YouTube]
    • I'm at the Dar al-Ishrah Mosque
    • You might ask Dar Al-Ishrah: don't recognize that George. Tell us what that is
    • It's the famous 9/11 Mosque. If you don't remember the story, 2 individuals came in from SA to the US. They miraculously struck up a great conversation in a bar and stayed overnight with a friend who went to this mosque. One of the key reasons why the FBI said they didn't catch the original 2 hijackers who went on to recruit and bring in the other hijackers was because of the lack of footprints. Because they stayed with friends, because they had rental cars provided for them, because they had services provided for them like dry cleaning day care insurance not having to have a driver's license and so forth.
    • You see the same pattern--services being provided (see above); you see the services used in the 911 case.
    • If you look at metadata you see them around 2 key areas: springfield, va--which I believe is directly related to the NGA, an agency that in 1995 switched from being an impartial agency analyzing imagery--Cuban Missle crisis is one of their famous cases--to becoming weaponized, to becoming a part of the dept of defence and that imagery mainly through James Clapper being able to geolocate phone calls and later texts and cellphone calls when the DISA starts getting that information and becoming weaponized against--not terrorists coming into the US--but rather journalists like myself and other people who are critics of political figures. So that is the danger of all these systems: that they easily turn upon the residents that are living within a constitutional republic and the constituional protections slowly but surely are taken away.
    • If you look at the metadata with the Awans you see a pattern around here False Church Falls Church with DISA and you see a pattern around Springfield VA with NGA
    • The NGA information is being brought in to DISA, it's geolocating phone calls, messages, texts and so forth and that information is being used against US Citizens on a terrorism watchlist, and those aren't terrorists from other countries, those are terrorists from YOU the US citizens
  • [Day 171.1 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • I thought I'd show everyone what I'm doing on the map. This is DC, northern Va here.
    • Places where Imran Awan worked in Purple
    • Rentals he owns in black--this is more the springfield area,
    • This is Falls Church where I am now, where the Mosque is
    • This is the Springfield home where I talked to the Marine, who said he had been lied to by Imran. This is the 5 room house. I believe this is where Hina Alvi is--Imran's Wife--and I believe they have a child there
    • Beginning and end of this story begins in Woodbridge VA
    • Blood Spot here in Manassas {{Park}}, there was a good reason I went there yesterday
    • Suraiya Begum starts Nanoset here in 2002 (Lake Ridge). That is going to be I know they sold technology to BioPhan in 2006; Basically it was some MRI Patents. I believe Nanoset is this....because there is a Nanoset Technologies seminar in Lahore PK, and she is the Minister of Cultural Affairs--I believe this was a cutout here in the US to get Technology from different companies in the Beltway area, and then send it to PK: to steal IP.
    • When you run an operation like that--stealing IP--and that's what I believe Nanoset has been doing since 2002--since 9/11-- you're going to need muscle occassionally. Some people are going to talk, some are going to sue you. You're also gonna want to creat proprietaries. Proprietaries are ways that people can come in and stay at a house and not create a lot of footprints. You're going to need not only housing but a car. Somebody who has a transporation company to haul cars around, put cars on consignment,etc. There's other things they're going to need as well but those are the two big things. All the things related to the home you don't want: You don't want cable or electric bill in anybody's name you don't want insurance or drivers licenses in anybody's name.
    • I believe the enforcer was Mahmood.
    • He was the registered agent for Nanoset so why wouldn't I think that?
    • Suriaya Begum makes Mahmood the Manassas killer--the PK national who was involved in killing a car dealer in Richmond. Why wouldn't I associate the two? She associated him as the registered agent. You can see how close they are physically.
    • In between here is another location and they tried to change this later. This manner court. But there is no such address in Alexandria. It's right next to the Salvadoran Embassay
    • Again you have to look at MO
    • The MO is he goes and picks up guys at the El Salvadoran Embassay, they always say they're guatemalan gang members if they are ever caught.
    • This goes all the way back to Iran-Contra where we were funding the El Salvadorean Contras.
    • If there hadn't been an Amjad Awan if there hadn't been a history with Hillary and Mena Airport and working with the Contras, I probably wouldn't give credence to this theory
    • Given the fact that it's right there, also the VA lottery is there so they can launder the funds through a large bank account at VA lottery.
    • You also have Keiser Woodbridge there...it keeps coming up keiserkeiserkeiserkeiser. I don't know if that's an homage to the keiser but it does seem to be this group that does have this odd concept of eugenics, with the organ harvesting--that's more of an aside
    • He hires the "Guatemalan" "Mechanics" which is a euphemism in the spy trade for murderers
    • They strangle and suffocate the car dealer in Richmond, then they come back to Manassas Park and change their clothes in Affordable Housing. This is another Hina Alvi house, near here in Manasses. Then they are paid 6k by Mahmood.
    • There's another car dealer here, I won't say who that is. But I think there's a network of about 5-6 car dealers, I think if you go back to 'goal transport', which is his company. You're going to find he was carrying cars around here with his transport, putting them on consignment so there's no trace when these folks come in to get cars.
    • In the middle are the rentals and DISA is there.
    • No one has seen the other Awans, only Imran
    • Imran first worked at CelPlan a company that does video surveillance and cellphone surveillance in Restin; and LCC does similar things that specialized in wimax, but {{Imran would}} certainly would be able to place routers into cellphone infrastructure to do hacking
    • You can see that this setup is a bunch of proprietaries, what the CIA calls them
    • Between 2002-2010 they were trashing this house, doing the same thing at different houses
    • I don't know if Imran is here in Lake Ridge or in Falls Church but I know his wife is here in Lake Ridge
    • Imran is going to be needing to go over the bridge to meet with Suraiya Begum
    • You also notice that Omar makes one phone call, to one person, and says, "I'm not related to those other 3 Awan brothers", and so everybody drops the case. Well that's not really how an investigation works When somebody says hey I'm making 140k a year (omar), and I also run the peoplesoft application for all of congress, that's the position of a person who could create fake names and fake paychecks. Imran for instance could name himself Omar. He could create a Abid--because Abid also used Imran's name--and he could create a Jamal. So he could have these interns coming in and saying, "oh that was Jamal" all these different people coming through Congress, and all getting money, and being paid 160k a year. To me that looks like a financial anomaly. And anomalies are usually audited.
    • So the key question for today at the Longworth office building is "Who is Omar Awan's Boss?"
    • Why is Imran Awan still working for Debbie Wasserman Shultz, with all these things?
    • I've been to the facility in Lorton. I've had a US Marine look at me straight in the eye and said, "yes I saw the government tags on this. They were stolen laptops they were stolen blackberries, they were stolen toner cartridge"
    • Toner cartridges are in the drug business called 'consumable'. You come back every month. It's a great device to put the drugs in, you take the old toner cartridge that's where the money is. It's the same thing it used to be with business uniforms. The old business uniform business.
    • The US Marine said the FBI was involved.
    • The FBI has not admitted this is under investigation
    • Why would the subject of the investigation still be working for Debbie Wasserman Shultz
    • Why don't we know more about Omar's boss
    • Can we see Omar's picture? Because if he looks just like Imran Awan, I'm going to go out on a limb and say he and Imran are the same person.
  • [Day 171.2 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • Here it 624, the old CIA car company here
    • I think the way this works is the Awans ran this into the ground, 1M in debt somehow;
    • One of the people who worked with hiim Raul Rabas--I think he still works for congress--was working with him along with that doctor Dr. Ali Al-Attar that was convicted for fake billing 2.3M as well as raping women while they are under anesthesia, as well as ties to Hezbollah.
    • THey said the car company had really bad record, so maybe what happened was. I came over and said, "hey how much is this one", and Ibid comes out and says "well it's about 40k." I say "ok how do I buy it?" It's all cash down payment". And I say "well that's fine here's the 45k, do I get any mangos with that?" Ibid: "Oh yeah yeah sure: You get a box of six PK mangoes." And {{I Say}} "these are the really good PK AWAN mangoes right?" And Awan says "yeah, but if you don't come back in a week, you don't get your 45k back" and then {{I say}} "That's fine I'll be back in a year or two ... for the car"
    • So that's how the deal works
    • Anyway, I'm going to ask the guys inside if they've ever seen them before
  • [Day 171.4- Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
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    • No one answered the door at Cars International A
    • Odd because it's 11 o clock on wed. I saw someone inside but I tried to open the door but the lock was odd
    • Same kind of lock on the door as they have at Dyncorp
    • <>
    • Hello
    • <>
    • Hello, Hi. I'm a reporter, and I am working on a story about downtown DC about a guy named Imran Awan. He says on his Linkedin that he worked at CelPlan Technologies.
    • What is his name again?
    • I-M-R-A-N A-W-A-N
    • Never heard of him
    • That's all I needed to know. He put that on his thing so I'm just going to say that's not true.
    • I'm George Webb by the way. What's your name?
    • I'm Leo
    • Nice to meet you.
  • [Day 171.5 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 5 - YouTube]
    • I'm Not sure if you can see Dyncorp's new skyscraper over on Tyson's corner {{ of course Tyson }}
    • This is Lightbridge communications (LCC). We're going to look into some of the background of Imran and see if he worked here
    • He wasn't at CelPlan. Now there is another Cellplan company by the name of Cellplan with 2 L's that {{Tahir}} Javid owns down in Riceland {{TX}}
    • <>
    • Lightbridge doesn't seem to be here anymore
  • [Day 171.6 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens. Part 6 - YouTube]
    • On Embassy Row off Massechussets Avenue in DC
    • Trying to get ahold of Jack Burkman @jack_burkman
    • He is the one who is heading up the investigation of Seth Rich's murder --it's whokilledsethrich.com
    • I'd like to go to the crime scene, I'd like to meet with Jack if it's at all possible.
    • Tweet @jack_burkman while George is in DC, let him know about the series
    • I believe there is a connection betweene the Awans and Mahmood the PK hitman, maybe we can solve 2 crimes
  • [Day 176.7 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 7 - YouTube]
    • PK Embassay in NW DC, very close to where Seth Rich was murdered, near Howard University
    • I again did not make Mahmood be a registered agent of Awan brothers Inc; the Awan brothers did that.
    • I just want to follow up on a modus operandi-- was for Mahmood to go down, hire two american kids to kill a car dealer, which I believe was a hush killing
    • The reason I'm standing here is because Mahmood was made a registered agent of Awan Brothers INC
    • This isn't an anti Mus anti PK, just following up on modus operandi
    • From previous modus operandi that he visited the mosque, and took refuge in the mosque that I talked about last night in False Church Falls Church.
    • I also believe that they came to this Embassy, at some point in Seth Rich's meeting; they had a meeting at this embassy;
    • If it's previous modus operandi it's 1-2 days before the actual killing
    • On to find out the exact spot where Seth Rich died.
  • [Day 171.9 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 9 - YouTube]
    • Walked in the last steps of Seth Rich
    • He did actually die on that corner on W and Flagler (see video 8).
    • There's a convenience store directly across from the street
    • The convenience store footage actually caught the two assailants at 420am in the morning on video of his death
    • That was suppressed
    • He lived till almost 6 oclock, an hour and 40 min later
    • There's a hospital complex very close on Harvard St in NW/NE DC
    • He was taken there, he was sitting up, talking to his parents,
    • My son is a doctor who has worked with lots and lots of shootings in Harlem and usually when they are sitting up and talkative, they don't die
    • Just wondering why that was supressed, why the {{video}}
    • The site of whokilledsethrich is going no where even though it's raised 130k with Jack Burkman, it doesn't seem to be putting out many things.
    • As a matter of fact, the website has changed since I spoke about it this afternoon, to more people who think the Seth Rich thing is a conspiracy.
    • Just an odd turn of events here on K Street so I'm hoping for a consulting contract for one of the democratic representatives that worked on this.
    • But anyway I'm going to keep following the story, because it seems like very little amount of effort would yield a tremendous amount in terms of actual information.
    • The 20k reward by Assange has not been matched by anyone except Mike Chernovich, so shout out to him.
    • If we get the killer I'm going to match as well. I respect Mike greatly for doing that @chernovich
    • I'm wondering why Hillary and Debbie Wasserman Shultz wouldn't want to match that as well? It just seems odd.
  • [Day 171.10 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 10 - YouTube]
    • Beer30, video 10 a record
    • My final thoughts on the day are: If you are Jewish kid from Brooklyn, and you give some public domain information from MIT, and you oppose PIPA and SOPA, the FBI publishes your picture in the Data Server Room they try to give you 35 yrs, they harass you to commit suicide
    • {{ ie: Aaron Swartz's Story }}
    • But if you do all the things we've been talking about on this series you get to skate
  • [Day 172.1 - Summary Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • Part ones are the summary; some like to watch during the day and add their value
    • Talked to Ray McGovern yesterday to compare notes
    • Look at how embedded covert groups work in another country, CIA has done this in >100 countries
    • Key reason you use foreign nationals is so you don't have to report it to Congress because of the Liaison Loophole
    • It allows you to bring folks into the country to run the narcoterror-hacking type operation and not have to report it to Congress. I don't have to present what's called a 'finding' I don't have to go to the gang of 8, four from the Senate four from the house, intelligence committee, I can just bring these folks in and run operation till my heart's content
    • In the past when we're run intelligence operations--we've also run these redteam type operations which are teams that murder people.
    • The Narcoterrorism part of it is Iran-Contra, you run a series of convenience stores you sell drugs through them, you run a system of hospitals you sell synthetic drugs through them, and that funds all your other activities so that you don't have to report to congress. You don't have to go to Congress to ask for money
    • This pattern has been played over and over. This is going by past CIA director memoirs.
    • Sometimes people think: oh this is a lot of speculation and conspiracy theory--I'm just going to say this is based on fact of the intelligence agency memoirs themselves, or from Documents, FOIA'd documents and compiled from books like Devils Chessboard and from folks like Peter Dale Scott.
    • Hillary herself has said in her book "hard choices" that PK ISI has connections to Al Queda and the Taliban. Her own words
    • Currently at the house Jamal, Imran's younger brother. All the six places I've been the people have only seen Imran
    • I did notice the car photos at this location and other locations near these places did have the same cars.
    • Hillary acknowledges ISI involvement in the drug business
    • This Imran Awan had FB links to a PK ISI, Syed Pir Mohammed Shah, links to radical jihad and karachi
    • PK were brokers to India but they wanted to sell drugs directly into the US
    • I believe Imran in his earlier profile--this is more on-the-waterfront type profile
    • Karachi to Mumbai shipping
    • But the new era, the 2010 era the whole mango mission, mango diplomacy that Hillary conducted
    • They are both admitting they are spending hundreds of diplomats in 2010-11 to make this mango mission happen
    • Doesn't seem reasonable that you would do that to sell a 6 dollar mango in Chicago where mangos are selling for a dollar
    • But it does make sense though if that same 18 dollar box of mangoes sells for $28,800
    • I went to the Hawkshead home which is an upscale Lorton home, US Marine said yes I found gov-issued Blackberries and Laptops in this location. I've given this lead to other mainstream reporters.
    • I don't know if those were Hillary's blackberries I never said they were Hillary's blackberries. I don't know if that was Valerie Jared and Anthony Weiner and Cheryl Mill's laptop or not. But they were somebody's, probably Members of Congress. Since Imran had access to Debbie Wasserman Schultz' ipad, then why wouldn't have access to other member's of congress' laptops. He could have said hey I'm going to load an os update on it and that would be when he looks at their email.
    • Aaron Swartz recap -- harrassed him and caused him to commit suicide. Then when he was dead they came back and said they were going to reduce his sentence to 2 years.
    • This is a common pattern with the FBI, and it's another McCabe deal. I know for a fact that McCabe was involved in {{Aaron Swartz's}} prosecution. This is FAKE CRIME
    • Again McCabe--with the FBI--is not involved with publicizing Imran's picture. This is an old picture of Bill Clinton about 12 years old when Imran first came to the US. We haven't seen any pictures of Imran since OR any of the other Awan Brothers in this investigation.
    • We haven't heard anything from the Capitol Police about this external server they had
    • **If you are going to publish Aaron Swartz's picture going into the server room at MIT, why not publish Imran's picture going into the server room of the Congressional offices taking these laptops, thumb drives and the server logs and phone records--why not publish those??* Just trying to be fair here
    • {{ And not discriminating like the FBI has clearly been...IE: is it a publish the Jew hide the Arab kind of thing?...or a publish the STUDENT-CITIZEN-PLEB-"THIEF" protect the ELITIST-TREASON-MURDER-HENCH?: They get to choose which of those it is...}}
    • One of the places I went yesterday was the car dealers. It was 11 oclock on Wed, I was trying to buy a car, filming 2 cars like I was interested in 2 cars, I pulled on the door, it was closed. This is the car center that I mentioned was millions in debt, it was sued, and it still looks like a front. And I could see the person behind the door, not opening the door
    • {{ Maybe they are on to you, George! Since you're doing the job the FBI ought to be doing or ICE. }}
    • I went to Nataliia Sova's business in Annondale. They said I saw Imran Awan 2 wks ago but never saw any of the brothers.
    • No footprints recap, arrest without a license from the court record
    • I do have Omar's picture now
    • He has a company in Chicago. Why is it you are working for congress but you have a business in Illinois not far from the Chicago airport?
    • I wouldn't put special attention on the Awans if they didn't have all these businesses
    • Nanoset / Mango recap
    • We see petty burglaries on the local news, with the perps' pictures; no pictures for these Awans who stole from the Congress
    • The reason why I say Manassass Mahmood might be a suspect in the Seth Rich case is because: 1) he was involved in the Awan brothers, 2) he had access he's in the area in DC, 3) he's a murderer. These murderers in the past have gone through that Mosque: that niche rah which means great migration...I don't know what that great migration is, I think it's a great migration into Washington DC and around that Falls Church mosque if nothing else.
    • Usually when you have a hit man like a Luca Brassi or something like that from a Godfather, you don't get a different hit man for a different hit, you're creating a lot of loose-ends and a lot of poeple who could testify against you. You usually use the same hit man over and over for all the hits you need. That's the reaason why I mention Mahmood for a potential killer for Seth Rich.
    • Seth Rich is shot at that corner at 420am I went to yesterday. There's a convenience store video across the street that has the 2 killers, he's crawling on his hands and knees and within one minute the cops come. They take him to the hospital. He's sitting up and talking for more than an hour. He's coherent, but can't remember his last address, but wouldn't you ask someone if you are a police officer do you remember who hit you? Do you remember what they look like? If there were cars squealing what did it look like? What happened the 2 hours since the bar closed at 2, what did you do between 2 and 420am? Who did you talk to? What did you go? What phone calls did you make? Why wouldn't the police publish this information? Why wouldn't they publish the video from the convenience store? Why wouldn't they publish the phone call metadata? Normally these 9/11 cases when someone goes missing or in a public shooting situation they are more than anxious to have as many press conference as they can, they have hourly press conferences? WHere are the interviews between 420am and 6am when he died? Why not publish those?
    • I went to the convenience store yesterday. I'll just say this: Again, another immigrant family that seemed to be under a great deal of pressure. While I was there, I believe there was a person who came in that gave the stink eye to the gal and I believe she was intimidated right in front of my eyes not to say anything about the murder.
    • When things don't make sense I keep probing.
    • Why the police wont publish the interviews they had with him while he was in the hospital is a question that doesn't make any sense.
    • On to Baltimore and Johns Hopkins today
  • [Day 172.2 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • Awan recap, a brother in spirit but not a brother in blood. Omar Awan still works for the Congress
    • I want to show the proximity to the other Awans
    • LCC is conveniently out of business now
    • Bought by Mahindra out of India, through intermediaries Dawood Ibrahim
    • Dawood Ibrahim is the guy -- he is ISI, he is the guy running the drug trade, he started it in Mumbai India
    • Buying PK processed Opium, and shipping it to the US through a variety of intermediaries
    • One of them is one of Hillary's biggest contributors (Tahir Javed)
    • He moved the business, with this Mango diplomacy to Lahore, PK and that was the beginning of "The New Dawn"
    • That is all these organizations that people who came and stayed with Imran Awan, like Muhammad Hunzla who worked for LCC
    • They came in, they moved into this house, LCC was the cover, they got a badge; they went into different government locations and did work. I don't know exactly what kind of work they did. We need to pull LCCs contracts. Obviously they didn't do it as Nanoset technologies but as LCC
    • CelPlan is just a bogey. I went there yesterday and they never heard of Imran. But LCC was a going concern and did a lot of wimax and hacking wifi and phones.
    • Here is Omar Awan off of insidegov, still working for the House making $147,611
    • Would be interesting to see if he has any involvement in USAID grants to Bangladesh or Pakistan.
    • I believe Omar is associated to two different addresses
    • George shows how close Omar's address is to the Hawkshead address
    • During the week I believe he would have stayed here during the week when Congress is in session, because of the very long commute from the other address
    • I believe he knows the Awans--Not that many muslims working in Congress
    • I believe he's a US Citizen though
    • 7455 Wounded Knee Road is associated with Imran Awan which is very close to Omar
    • Again this working theory I've had which is that there are a lot of these cutout safehouses, that people come into from PK to work, work for a company like LCC, work for a while and leave without making any footprints,
    • With all of these addresses, there's always a limosine service within walking distance, sometimes right next door
    • My working theory is they are not only bringing in people in the high tech industry for doing hacking--usually when you bring someone in under false pretenses they are doing some kind of hacking. They are also bringin in more operatives--like Dyncorp operatives.
    • What I'm about to say here relates specifically to Dyncorp, not necessarily Omar or people that are hosting these people--this is compartmentalized. They think they are just going to give a kid a start in the US; then they get the limo drivers, again trying to get established in the US and so forth, teach them how to drive, starting to pick up people, elites usually. Elites are just people with lower moral standards {{lol}}.
    • They drive the elites around, unfortunately Dyncorp has a history-- an AP report in Haiti and Congo that it's Dyncorp is running broken record of child abuse. They abduct kids like this {{points to kid}} for elites and then drug them--gas them or give them something to drink, in the back of the limosines. Most of these crimes against children are going to be happening in back of the limosines. Why? Because there's no people getting out, getting in, no photographs and so forth. No muss no fuss. Driver goes to location A, elites get picked up in the limo, the kids already in there. The driver drives the elites back home and then goes back home. That's why the limo services are being used in this abduction network.
    • What happens a lot with Dyncorp--these people are secret police to satisfy the power elite, and they will do anything to compromise those elites or please those elites. They don't work for you or me. They are like Rockefeller's pinkertons, they work for Rockefeller.
    • What many times happens is that our Diplomats--not all--just a few, it's always the guy in the back with the hat and glases---they are the ones that do the finding. They find kids like this. They do a night invasion, home invasion, gas the house, and slipnotting.
    • The reason I'm saying this is so people on voat know the modus operandi
    • I garrote the child, he's under sarin {{ no }} type gas so they have an eschemic event in their brain. The good part about an eschemic event--in a macabre way--is that it doesn't affect the internal organs so they can be harvested later on.
    • But it does cause these dead spots in the brain, and it causes problems. Now that's exactly what happened to Gus {{ who is Gus? }}
    • The doctors see the white blotches on the MRIs and don't know what to make of it, so they say 'well he must have had an ischemic event in the womb'
    • But they are ruling out the fact that a [finder] saw this kid down in Colombia as a 3yr old 4yr old; I'm not saying Gus but just in general, they cause these ischemic events, they go to the parents and say "hey let's help your child out, and get them into a home situation, that eventually they get a scholarship, isn't that great? Then adoption."
  • [Day 172.4. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • Had a chance to talk to Dr. Suraiya Begum
    • It had to be one of the two, the one in Baltimore or the one in Bangladesh, given all the other process of elimination, it was a lot easier to go to Baltimore
    • I'm convinced after speaking with her at length that this Dr. Suraiya Begum in Baltimore is NOT the one that is involved in the case. Just want to make that known and clear
    • Watching Vets hobble in just makes me think they should have a doc on the block or a first level local doctor so they don't have to drag themselves into the VA
    • But Now the focus is going to be on the minister of cultural affairs, as I orig. expected going back to 2003-4 with nanoset.
    • It makes much more sense because of the Intellectual Property angle and the Nanoset Technologies tech fair every year in Lahore PK.
    • But because of all the interplay with Doctors along the way here, esp with Awan bros and Dr. Attar and all the doctors in Detroit and now all the new doctors in the Baltimore MD area being involved with car companies, limo companies and all these kind of seedier drug outlets, I just had to run down the angle with Dr. Begum.
    • That's the report so far today
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2017.03.08 21:25 perfectface4radio The 2017 CordCutter's Guide to Motorsports

 **Cord Cutters Guide to Motorsports - 2017 ** 

Table of Contents -

Introduction

NASCAR - Cup, xFinity, Trucks (Over the air listings) NASCAR - Online resources ARCA Racing NHRA Indycar Races (Over the air listings) Indycar - Online resources United Sports Car Series 24 Hrs Le Mans World Rally Championship (WRC) Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC) F1 British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC) German Touring Car Championship Blancpain GT Series 24hr Series Asian LeMans Series European LeMans Series V8 Supercars V8 Utes Race of Champions (ROC) Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing SCCA Goodwood 24Hrs of LeMons
List of online/streaming motorsports content providers and podcasts
Introduction If you’re reading this, you’re likely a motorsports fan interested in “cutting the cord”, and may be worried about not being able to watch your favorite races if you do tell your cable or satellite provider, to “shove it”. Or, maybe you recently cut the cord, and now you’re panicking, wondering how you'll watch all of your favorite racing now that you’ve returned the cable box to the cable company? The past few years, I’ve tried to put together as complete a list of on-line and OTA resources as possible, and share it here, at the CordKillers Reddit. I can’t promise that’s it’s 100% complete, but I can tell you I’ve done a lot of research into this subject, and anything/everything I’ve found is here for you to use, and hopefully you’ll find it all somewhat useful.
I would suggest that if you’re even half the motorsports fan that I am, that you consider taking some of the money you won’t be sending to your cable company, and spend it going to some races at your local short tracks. Dirt or pavement, it’s likely that not too far away from you, every weekend, there’s exciting racing to watch, live and in person. Countless people work hard to put on that show every week, from the track owner, the track promoters, the safety crews, the racers, and their friends and family that help them every week. Take some time to attend a local short track race near you in 2017. If you visit any in Northwest Florida, you may even bump into me!
http://www.racingin.com/track/
And, if you’re a small business owner, looking for a way to promote your business, you won’t find a more passionate group of potential customers than motorsports fans. Hey, you already know this, you are a motorsports fan! Consider contacting your local track and inquiring about sponsoring part of their facility, or a local driver.
If you’re looking for opportunities to sponsor a driver to market your business, consider contacting Melinda Sewell and Melissa Collins at http://www.sponsordriversmm.com. They have a driveteam for every budget. http://www.racefansforever.org/sponsoring-drivers-with-sponsor-drivers-motorsports-marketing.html
And, if you’ve read this far, be sure to check out the YouTube version of the Guide!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUT5cxoH6t2tnTQkm2HiNA
And now, “The List”

NASCAR -

Over the Air -

While many NACAR races will be on Fox and NBC’s cable sports channels, some races will be broadcast and available over the air.

Scheduled NASCAR Sprint Cup races to be available *over-the-air *-

02/26/17 - Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway (Fox) 03/05/17 - Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/12/17 - Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/19/17 - Camping World 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (Fox) 03/26/17 - Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. (Fox) 04/09/17 - O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/23/17 - Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/30/17 - Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway (Fox) 05/07/17 - GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (Fox) 05/28/17 - Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Fox) 07/01/17 - Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway (NBC) 07/23/17 - Brickyard 400 (NBC) 08/19/17 - Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway (NBC) 10/15/17 - Alabama 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway (NBC) 11/05/17 - AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (NBC) 11/12/17 - Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (NBC) 11/19/17 - Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway (NBC)

NASCAR xFinity Series - available over-the-air -

03/18/17 - Axalta Faster. DC Solar 200 Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, AZ (FOX) 04/08/17 - Cowboy 300 Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth, TX (FOX) 05/06/17 - Sparks Energy 300 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX) 06/10/17 - Pocono 250 Pocono Raceway - Long Pond, PA (FOX) 07/29/17 - US Cellular 250 Iowa Speedway - Newton, IA (NBC) 08/27/17 - Road America 180 - Elkart Lake, WI (NBC) 10/05/17 - Kansas Lottery 300 Kansas Speedway - Kansas City, KS (NBC) 11/11/17 - Ticket Galaxy 200 Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, AZ (NBC)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - available over-the-air -

** Edit: Fox added two additional OTA dates after I posted! **
04/01/17 - ALPHA ENERGY SOLUTIONS 250 - Martinsville, VA (FOX) 07/29/17 - Pocono 150 - Pocono Raceway (FOX) 10/14/17 - Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX)
NASCAR has gotten better in recent years, providing fans with on-line access.

NASCAR online content

1. NASCAR Mobile - (iOS and Android) NASCAR news. Live content (in-car radio, live leaderboards, live-in-car cameras, “Battle Cam”,etc, $24.99/yr) Note, the "Battle Cam" view is often the exact video you'd be watching live on the TV broadcast.
I use this app constantly, often muting the TV and turning up the live-in-car audio from my favorite driver.
2. NASCAR Raceview - iOS app and web - live, animated, views of NASCAR races, in-car audio - What are the subscription costs for NASCAR RACEVIEW MOBILE?
$4.99 per month via iTunes or Google Play $39.99 per season via iTunes or Google Play
3. NASCAR Drive - http://www.nascar.com/en_us/nascar-drive.html
Live streaming of in-car video of NASCAR Sprint Cup and xFinity races.
4. NASCAR also has full race replays on it's YouTube page - https://www.youtube.com/useTheOfficialNASCAR
Radio/Streaming audio - You can tune into live streaming audio (radio simulcasts) of NASCAR races at - http://www.mrn.com
http://www.goprn.com
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially NASCAR fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.
OUTSIDE THE US and CANADA -
For NASCAR fans outside the US and Canada there’s a new way to watch NASCAR racing in 2017. NASCAR TrackPass. NASCAR TrackPass will offer live and on-demand streaming of all 38 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ and 33 NASCAR XFINITY Series™ events in 2017. No word on other NASCAR series (Trucks, K&N, EURO, etc). If you live in one of the 120 countries the service will be available in, and don’t mind the $125/yr price, this may be the streaming service you’ve been waiting for.

ARCA Racing

Access to live streaming audio and timing and scoring - http://www.arcaracing.com

NHRA

Live Timing - http://www.nhra.com/livetiming/livetiming.aspx NHRA Videos - http://www.nhra.com/videowall.aspx

Indycar Races - available over-the-air -

No, I didn’t forget about the Indycar Series fans!
Here is the schedule of Indycar Races that will be available over-the-air (All on ABC stations)
3/12 Streets of St. Petersburg ABC
5/13 Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis ABC
5/28 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race ABC
6/3 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 1 ABC
6/4 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 2 ABC

Indycar Online Content

The Indycar App now allows for video/telemetry, etc, depending on your Cell provider. Verizon customers have the most features with this app.
Exclusive Features to Verizon Wireless devices • Interactive 3D Live View (Beta) with real-time leader board and car telemetry Enhanced real-time leader board with 2D marching ants and car telemetry Live in-car camera video streaming for select drivers during IndyCar races Live driver and pit crew transmissions audio streaming during IndyCar races Live INDYCAR radio broadcast audio streaming during all track activities
Features Available to All Carrier devices Real-time leader board Championship Points-As-They-Run leader board Podcasts (INDYCAR Radio, INDYCAR Media Release & Trackside) Optional on-device notification alerts when IndyCar race starts and ends and for breaking news Current track weather and forecast Favorite driver and team selection for quicker access to follow Exclusive VOD race highlights, crashes, driver interviews, INDYCAR 101 & technologies, historical race footage, and more Breaking news and photo galleries Standings, race results, schedule, and race extras such as high-resolution track map images and spotter guides Driver profiles and Racing team profiles INDYCAR social twitter feeds INDYCAR 101 and more

United Sports Car Series

As far as i can find so far, all 2017 races will be on Fox Sports 1 and 2. For fans outside the US, check the IMSA app for live streaming of all IMSA/United Sports Car Series and Continental Tire Challenge Series races.
IMSA TV does stream full replays of all races, and sometimes offers live video of races not being broadcast (the overnight racing of a 24 hour race for instance)
http://www.imsa.com/series/united-sportscatv-episodes https://www.youtube.com/useUnitedSportsCar
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially IMSA fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.

2017 24 Hrs Le Mans

http://www.24h-lemans.com/live/en/
http://www.24h-lemans.com/en/live/official-application_2_2_2581.html
http://radiolemans.com
iOS and Android apps are available, from which you can purchase a $9.99 pass for just the 2016 24Hrs of LeMans streaming video, or a $29.99 pass for the entire WEC (FIA World Endurance Championship) racing season.
In 2015, switched between the feed from the #64 C7.R and the English main 24hrs LeMans feed. All are commercial free! Streaming the live video from my iPhone to my AppleTV, video quality looked great, very little buffering, if any.

Continental Tire Challenge

Every Continental Tire Challenge race will be streamed live in its entirety on IMSA.tv and the IMSA mobile app. - See more at: http://www.imsa.com/articles/2016-television-schedules-weathertech-championship-and-continental-tire-challenge-announced#sthash.RgqmfJYh.dpuf

World Rally Championship (WRC)

EDIT (3/13/17) - The RedBullTV App (available on streaming devices including the Roku and AppleTV) is offering access to WRC event highlights/recaps for free. Launch the RedBullTV app, go to the “Motors” section, and select WRC 2017.
WRC offers a subscription service, WRC+ that offers access to live video content, as well as race replays.
https://plus.wrc.com
EUR 49.99,- per year for the annual subscription.
Hope to confirm that there will be a discount code active this year, as in past years. Will likely be "WRC2017".

Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC)

In the past, all GRC events are broadcast live on NBC, over the air. In 2017, it looks like at least one event will be broadcast on NBCSN.
All GRC events are also streamed live on http://www.redbullglobalrallycross.com
Round 1: Memphis, TN (April 29) Round 2: Louisville, KY (May 21) Round 3: Thompson, CT (June 3) Round 4: Thompson, CT (June 4) Round 5: Canada (June 17) Round 6: Canada (June 18) Round 7: Indianapolis, IN (July 9) (NBCSN) Round 8: Atlantic City, NJ (August 12) Round 9: Atlantic City, NJ (August 13)* Round 10: Seattle, WA (September 9) Round 11: Seattle, WA (September 10) Round 12: Los Angeles, CA (October 14)

F1

F1 seems to have pulled full race replays from it’s site, now offering only limited highlights. Will update if the replay page reappears later this year.

British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC)

http://www.btcc.net/live-zone/
Live timing data and audio is available
Races available on the iTV Player
http://www.itv.com/btcc/video
Video highlights available on the web site.

DTM Championship

Video replays available at www.dtm.com
http://www.dtm.com/en/dtmtv
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

FIA WTCC (World Touring Car Chalenge) Series

New streaming service/app includes:
Live Video Races on-demand (previous seasons for free) Access through web site or app Rewind, pause, play, time shift Stats Highlights
14.95 euro per round/race event, 99.95 euro a season (previous seasons/archive content - FREE)

Blancpain GT Series

Live race video -
http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/gt-tv
Highlights are still available at - https://www.youtube.com/usegt1world
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

24hr Series

24hr Endurance Series
http://www.24hseries.com
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

Asian LeMans Series

Asian LeMans Series
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

European LeMans Series

European LeMans Series
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

V8 Supercars

39.95AU membership for live video
https://www.supercars.com/superview/
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

V8 Utes Championship

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Race of Champions (ROC)

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing

The single best option to find video content of your favorite short track racing events is speed51.com.

Speed51TV

Speed51 offers monthly and yearly paid memberships. The yearly membership includes a 10% discount on all major PPV Live Race content. Speed 51 has expanded it’s live broadcasts of short track racing quite a bit in the past year or two. Yes, the majority of the content, like the Snowball Derby, is PPV, but when you consider that this is racing that you otherwise wouldn’t get to see at all, unless you were at the track, it’s a great service at a great price. If you're a motorsports fan, and want more cord cutting-friendly options, you should really support them and find a PPV event you'd like to watch this year.
http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
$7.99/mo $59.99/yr (Includes 10% discount on PPV events)
Bristol, Speed51.com Join Forces to Broadcast Short Track Nationals
Speed51.com to produce official pay-per-view of the world’s largest late model race PPV available for an early bird $44.99 weekend combo (offer ends Friday of race week) or $24.99 for Saturday and $29.99 for Sunday
http://speed51.com/speed51-com-to-broadcast-u-s-short-track-nationals-at-bristol/
Speed51 TV to Stream All Standalone SSS Races
All stand-alone Southern Super Series events will be live streamed on Speed51 TV on Speed51.com powered by JEGS. In fact, at this time, 11 of the 12 total SSS races are scheduled to be broadcast in 2017.
Speed51.com will also carry live Trackside Now coverage from all 12 Southern Super Series events. Trackside Now is a professional, journalistic live-blog featuring photos and lap-by-lap text updates. Speed51.com will also have video highlights from all 12 events on the Speed51 Network powered by JEGS.
http://speed51.com/speed51-tv-to-stream-all-stand-alone-so-super-series-events-in-2017/

Racing Boys TV

The other site broadcasting some great short track racing, is http://www.racinboys.com. They once again aired PPV coverage of the first 5 days of preliminary racing for the 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals. Premium memberships cost $6.50/mo or $50/yr

Additional On-Line resources for short track racing content

Race22

http://race22.com/category/videos/

IMCA

https://www.imca.com
If you're looking for more short track racing, check out the IMCA.
https://imca.tv
Access to IMCA Video is $24.95/mo

EDIT (3/13/17) - PitRow.TV

Live and on-demand PPV short track racing, including Legend Cars/INEX races. Different pricing tiers for different quality videos, season passes or single races, depending on race series and venue..

EDIT (3/13/17) - The Cushion

http://thecushion.com/join-now/ Free account required to purchase PPV races. $79.99/year account includes access to all Video-On-Demand (VOD) Content covering all major Sprint Car racing from across the country.
Minimum10% Discount on every individual Live PPV broadcast purchase
875+ Videos-On-Demand including Cushion Original programs like the 410 Build Show & Bryan Clauson Chasing 200 Beyond the Helmet

Lucas Oil Racing TV

Another option for getting your racing fix on-line is http://www.lucasoilracing.tv. For $60/yr you get access to -
Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, one of the biggest dirt racing events all year, every year AMA Flat Track AMERICAN SPRINT CAR SERIES ASB - AMERICAN SPRINT BOAT AUSTRALASIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP BEST IN THE DESERT BRITISH F1 SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP DAVE DESPAIN SHOW DRAG BOAT RACING SERIES LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES MODIFIED SERIES OPTIMA - SEARCH FOR THE ULTIMATE STREET CAR PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
As well as car shows like “Two Guys Garage”, “My Classic Car”, and “Chop Cut Rebuild”

USAC Racing

http://usacracing.com/2013-03-02-17-46-30/loudpedal-tv Loudpedal.tv Monthly Membership
For only $9.95 a month, access to everything USAC Racing and Loudpedal Productions from across the country! USD 9.95
Loudpedal.tv Yearly Membership
Best Value for only $99.95 a year, access to everything USAC Racing and Loudpedal Productions from coast to coast. USD 99.95

Legend Cars/INEX

Some past events, like the Bojangle’s Summer Shoot-Out from 2016 can be found at:
https://lucasoilracing.tv/shows/summer-shootout/
EDIT (3/13/17) - PitRow.TV
PitRow.tv offers some Legend Car and Bandellero racing, as Live and on-demand PPV streams.

Fanschoice.tv

As always fanschoice.tv has lots of great short track racing, including the World Series of Asphalt at New Smyrna Speedway, FOR FREE!

The SCCA Solo Nationals are streaming LIVE on ustream.tv, just search for SCCA. The videos are also available on-demand after live competition has concluded.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sccasolo

The SCCA Runoffs are being streamed on USTREAM -

Just search for SCCA. The content is available live this week, as well as on-demand after competition has concluded each day.
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scca-runoffs

Goodwood Videos (Revival, Festival of Speed, etc)

https://m.youtube.com/useGoodwoodTV

24Hrs of LeMons

http://www.youtube.com/use24hoursoflemons/videos
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially NASCAR and IMSA fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.

List of online/streaming motorsports content providers

Speed51 - http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
Race22 - http://race22.com/category/videos/
Lucas Oil Racing - http://www.lucasoilracing.tv.
Motor Trend - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content
Fans Choice TV - http://www.fanschoice.tv
IMCA.TV - https://imca.tv
EDIT (3/13/17) - PitRow.TV
EDIT (3/13/17) - The Cushion http://thecushion.com/join-now/

Great Motorsports Podcasts you should check out!

PETM Racing Podcast - http://www.petmpodcast.com
Jeff Gluck's Racing Podcast - http://jeffgluck.com
Dirty Mo Radio Network Podcasts - http://www.dalejr.com/radio/default.aspx
Lapped Traffic Podcast - http://thelappedtrafficpodcast.podbean.com
The Cordcutter's Guide to Motorsports - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUT5cxoH6t2tnTQkm2HiNA/ (Why does that sound familiar?)

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2017.02.09 23:31 perfectface4radio Draft - The 2017 Cordcutters Guide to Motorsports! (Feedback welcome/appreciated!)

 **Cord Cutters Guide to Motorsports - 2017 ** 

Table of Contents -

Introduction

NASCAR - Cup, xFinity, Trucks (Over the air listings) NASCAR - Online resources ARCA Racing NHRA Indycar Races (Over the air listings) Indycar - Online resources United Sports Car Series 24 Hrs Le Mans World Rally Championship (WRC) Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC) F1 British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC) German Touring Car Championship Blancpain GT Series 24hr Series Asian LeMans Series European LeMans Series V8 Supercars V8 Utes Race of Champions (ROC) Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing SCCA Goodwood 24Hrs of LeMons
List of online/streaming motorsports content providers
Introduction If you’re reading this, you’re likely a motorsports fan interested in “cutting the cord”, and may be worried about not being able to watch your favorite races if you do tell your cable or satellite provider, to “shove it”. Or, maybe you recently cut the cord, and now you’re panicking, wondering how you'll watch all of your favorite racing now that you’ve returned the cable box to the cable company? The past few years, I’ve tried to put together as complete a list of on-line and OTA resources as possible, and share it here, at the CordKillers Reddit. I can’t promise that’s it’s 100% complete, but I can tell you I’ve done a lot of research into this subject, and anything/everything I’ve found is here for you to use, and hopefully you’ll find it all somewhat useful.
I would suggest that if you’re even half the motorsports fan that I am, that you consider taking some of the money you won’t be sending to your cable company, and spend it going to some races at your local short tracks. Dirt or pavement, it’s likely that not too far away from you, every weekend, there’s exciting racing to watch, live and in person. Countless people work hard to put on that show every week, from the track owner, the track promoters, the safety crews, the racers, and their friends and family that help them every week. Take some time to attend a local short track race near you in 2017. If you visit any in Northwest Florida, you may even bump into me!
http://www.racingin.com/track/
And, if you’re a small business owner, looking for a way to promote your business, you won’t find a more passionate group of potential customers than motorsports fans. Hey, you already know this, you are a motorsports fan! Consider contacting your local track and inquiring about sponsoring part of their facility, or a local driver.
If you’re looking for opportunities to sponsor a driver to market your business, consider contacting Melinda Sewell and Melissa Collins at http://www.sponsordriversmm.com. They have a driveteam for every budget. http://www.racefansforever.org/sponsoring-drivers-with-sponsor-drivers-motorsports-marketing.html
And, if you’ve read this far, be sure to check out the YouTube version of the Guide!
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUT5cxoH6t2tnTQkm2HiNA
And now, “The List”

NASCAR -

Over the Air -

While many NACAR races will be on Fox and NBC’s cable sports channels, some races will be broadcast and available over the air.

Scheduled NASCAR Sprint Cup races to be available *over-the-air *-

02/26/17 - Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway (Fox) 03/05/17 - Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/12/17 - Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/19/17 - Camping World 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (Fox) 03/26/17 - Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. (Fox) 04/09/17 - O'REILLY AUTO PARTS 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/23/17 - Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/30/17 - Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway (Fox) 05/07/17 - GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (Fox) 05/28/17 - Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Fox) 07/01/17 - Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway (NBC) 07/23/17 - Brickyard 400 (NBC) 08/19/17 - Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race at Bristol Motor Speedway (NBC) 10/15/17 - Alabama 500 at Talladega SuperSpeedway (NBC) 11/05/17 - AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (NBC) 11/12/17 - Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (NBC) 11/19/17 - Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway (NBC)

NASCAR xFinity Series - available over-the-air -

03/18/17 - Axalta Faster. DC Solar 200 Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, AZ (FOX) 04/08/17 - Cowboy 300 Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth, TX (FOX) 05/06/17 - Sparks Energy 300 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX) 06/10/17 - Pocono 250 Pocono Raceway - Long Pond, PA (FOX) 07/29/17 - US Cellular 250 Iowa Speedway - Newton, IA (NBC) 08/27/17 - Road America 180 - Elkart Lake, WI (NBC) 10/05/17 - Kansas Lottery 300 Kansas Speedway - Kansas City, KS (NBC) 11/11/17 - Ticket Galaxy 200 Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, AZ (NBC)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - available over-the-air -

** Edit: Fox added two additional OTA dates after I posted! **
04/01/17 - ALPHA ENERGY SOLUTIONS 250 - Martinsville, VA (FOX) 07/29/17 - Pocono 150 - Pocono Raceway (FOX) 10/14/17 - Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX)
NASCAR has gotten better in recent years, providing fans with on-line access.

NASCAR online content

1. NASCAR Mobile - (iOS and Android) NASCAR news. Live content (in-car radio, live leaderboards, live-in-car cameras, “Battle Cam”,etc, $24.99/yr) Note, the "Battle Cam" view is often the exact video you'd be watching live on the TV broadcast.
I use this app constantly, often muting the TV and turning up the live-in-car audio from my favorite driver.
2. NASCAR Raceview - iOS app and web - live, animated, views of NASCAR races, in-car audio - What are the subscription costs for NASCAR RACEVIEW MOBILE?
$4.99 per month via iTunes or Google Play $39.99 per season via iTunes or Google Play
3. NASCAR Drive - http://www.nascar.com/en_us/nascar-drive.html
Live streaming of in-car video of NASCAR Sprint Cup and xFinity races.
4. NASCAR also has full race replays on it's YouTube page - https://www.youtube.com/useTheOfficialNASCAR
Radio/Streaming audio - You can tune into live streaming audio (radio simulcasts) of NASCAR races at - http://www.mrn.com
http://www.goprn.com
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially NASCAR fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.
OUTSIDE THE US and CANADA -
For NASCAR fans outside the US and Canada there’s a new way to watch NASCAR racing in 2017. NASCAR TrackPass. NASCAR TrackPass will offer live and on-demand streaming of all 38 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ and 33 NASCAR XFINITY Series™ events in 2017. No word on other NASCAR series (Trucks, K&N, EURO, etc). If you live in one of the 120 countries the service will be available in, and don’t mind the $125/yr price, this may be the streaming service you’ve been waiting for.

ARCA Racing

Access to live streaming audio and timing and scoring - http://www.arcaracing.com

NHRA

Live Timing - http://www.nhra.com/livetiming/livetiming.aspx NHRA Videos - http://www.nhra.com/videowall.aspx

Indycar Races - available over-the-air -

No, I didn’t forget about the Indycar Series fans!
Here is the schedule of Indycar Races that will be available over-the-air (All on ABC stations)
3/12 Streets of St. Petersburg ABC
5/13 Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis ABC
5/28 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race ABC
6/3 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 1 ABC
6/4 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 2 ABC

Indycar Online Content

The Indycar App now allows for video/telemetry, etc, depending on your Cell provider. Verizon customers have the most features with this app.
Exclusive Features to Verizon Wireless devices • Interactive 3D Live View (Beta) with real-time leader board and car telemetry Enhanced real-time leader board with 2D marching ants and car telemetry Live in-car camera video streaming for select drivers during IndyCar races Live driver and pit crew transmissions audio streaming during IndyCar races Live INDYCAR radio broadcast audio streaming during all track activities
Features Available to All Carrier devices Real-time leader board Championship Points-As-They-Run leader board Podcasts (INDYCAR Radio, INDYCAR Media Release & Trackside) Optional on-device notification alerts when IndyCar race starts and ends and for breaking news Current track weather and forecast Favorite driver and team selection for quicker access to follow Exclusive VOD race highlights, crashes, driver interviews, INDYCAR 101 & technologies, historical race footage, and more Breaking news and photo galleries Standings, race results, schedule, and race extras such as high-resolution track map images and spotter guides Driver profiles and Racing team profiles INDYCAR social twitter feeds INDYCAR 101 and more

United Sports Car Series

As far as i can find so far, all 2017 races will be on Fox Sports 1 and 2. For fans outside the US, check the IMSA app for live streaming of all IMSA/United Sports Car Series and Continental Tire Challenge Series races.
IMSA TV does stream full replays of all races, and sometimes offers live video of races not being broadcast (the overnight racing of a 24 hour race for instance)
http://www.imsa.com/series/united-sportscatv-episodes https://www.youtube.com/useUnitedSportsCar
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially IMSA fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.

2017 24 Hrs Le Mans

http://www.24h-lemans.com/live/en/
http://www.24h-lemans.com/en/live/official-application_2_2_2581.html
http://radiolemans.com
iOS and Android apps are available, from which you can purchase a $9.99 pass for just the 2016 24Hrs of LeMans streaming video, or a $29.99 pass for the entire WEC (FIA World Endurance Championship) racing season.
In 2015, switched between the feed from the #64 C7.R and the English main 24hrs LeMans feed. All are commercial free! Streaming the live video from my iPhone to my AppleTV, video quality looked great, very little buffering, if any.

Continental Tire Challenge

Every Continental Tire Challenge race will be streamed live in its entirety on IMSA.tv and the IMSA mobile app. - See more at: http://www.imsa.com/articles/2016-television-schedules-weathertech-championship-and-continental-tire-challenge-announced#sthash.RgqmfJYh.dpuf

World Rally Championship (WRC)

WRC offers a subscription service, WRC+ that offers access to live video content, as well as race replays.
https://plus.wrc.com
EUR 49.99,- per year for the annual subscription.
Hope to confirm that there will be a discount code active this year, as in past years. Will likely be "WRC2017".

Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC)

In the past, all GRC events are broadcast live on NBC, over the air. In 2017, it looks like at least one event will be broadcast on NBCSN.
All GRC events are also streamed live on http://www.redbullglobalrallycross.com
Round 1: Memphis, TN (April 29) Round 2: Louisville, KY (May 21) Round 3: Thompson, CT (June 3) Round 4: Thompson, CT (June 4) Round 5: Canada (June 17) Round 6: Canada (June 18) Round 7: Indianapolis, IN (July 9) (NBCSN) Round 8: Atlantic City, NJ (August 12) Round 9: Atlantic City, NJ (August 13)* Round 10: Seattle, WA (September 9) Round 11: Seattle, WA (September 10) Round 12: Los Angeles, CA (October 14)

F1

F1 seems to have pulled full race replays from it’s site, now offering only limited highlights. Will update if the replay page reappears later this year.

British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC)

http://www.btcc.net/live-zone/
Live timing data and audio is available
Races available on the iTV Player
http://www.itv.com/btcc/video
Video highlights available on the web site.

DTM Championship

Video replays available at www.dtm.com
http://www.dtm.com/en/dtmtv
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

FIA WTCC (World Touring Car Chalenge) Series

New streaming service/app includes:
Live Video Races on-demand (previous seasons for free) Access through web site or app Rewind, pause, play, time shift Stats Highlights
14.95 euro per round/race event, 99.95 euro a season (previous seasons/archive content - FREE)

Blancpain GT Series

Live race video -
http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/gt-tv
Highlights are still available at - https://www.youtube.com/usegt1world
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

24hr Series

24hr Endurance Series
http://www.24hseries.com
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

Asian LeMans Series

Asian LeMans Series
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

European LeMans Series

European LeMans Series
https://www.motortrendondemand.com/channel/motorsport/42024482/

V8 Supercars

39.95AU membership for live video
https://www.supercars.com/superview/
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

V8 Utes Championship

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Race of Champions (ROC)

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing

The single best option to find video content of your favorite short track racing events is speed51.com.

Speed51TV

Speed51 offers monthly and yearly paid memberships. The yearly membership includes a 10% discount on all major PPV Live Race content. Speed 51 has expanded it’s live broadcasts of short track racing quite a bit in the past year or two. Yes, the majority of the content, like the Snowball Derby, is PPV, but when you consider that this is racing that you otherwise wouldn’t get to see at all, unless you were at the track, it’s a great service at a great price. If you're a motorsports fan, and want more cord cutting-friendly options, you should really support them and find a PPV event you'd like to watch this year.
http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
$7.99/mo $59.99/yr (Includes 10% discount on PPV events)

Racing Boys TV

The other site broadcasting some great short track racing, is http://www.racinboys.com. They once again aired PPV coverage of the first 5 days of preliminary racing for the 2017 Chili Bowl Nationals. Premium memberships cost $6.50/mo or $50/yr

Additional On-Line resources for short track racing content

Race22

http://race22.com/category/videos/

IMCA

https://www.imca.com
If you're looking for more short track racing, check out the IMCA.
https://imca.tv
Access to IMCA Video is $24.95/mo

Lucas Oil Racing TV

Another option for getting your racing fix on-line is http://www.lucasoilracing.tv. For $60/yr you get access to -
Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, one of the biggest dirt racing events all year, every year AMA Flat Track AMERICAN SPRINT CAR SERIES ASB - AMERICAN SPRINT BOAT AUSTRALASIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP BEST IN THE DESERT BRITISH F1 SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP DAVE DESPAIN SHOW DRAG BOAT RACING SERIES LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES MODIFIED SERIES OPTIMA - SEARCH FOR THE ULTIMATE STREET CAR PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP
As well as car shows like “Two Guys Garage”, “My Classic Car”, and “Chop Cut Rebuild”

USAC Racing

http://usacracing.com/2013-03-02-17-46-30/loudpedal-tv Loudpedal.tv Monthly Membership
For only $9.95 a month, access to everything USAC Racing and Loudpedal Productions from across the country! USD 9.95
Loudpedal.tv Yearly Membership
Best Value for only $99.95 a year, access to everything USAC Racing and Loudpedal Productions from coast to coast. USD 99.95

Legend Cars/INEX

Still looking for information on events being streamed in 2017

Fanschoice.tv

As always fanschoice.tv has lots of great short track racing, including the World Series of Asphalt at New Smyrna Speedway, FOR FREE!

The SCCA Solo Nationals are streaming LIVE on ustream.tv, just search for SCCA. The videos are also available on-demand after live competition has concluded.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sccasolo

The SCCA Runoffs are being streamed on USTREAM -

Just search for SCCA. The content is available live this week, as well as on-demand after competition has concluded each day.
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scca-runoffs

Goodwood Videos (Revival, Festival of Speed, etc)

https://m.youtube.com/useGoodwoodTV

24Hrs of LeMons

http://www.youtube.com/use24hoursoflemons/videos
Streaming Television Providers - For cordcutting Motorsports fans, especially NASCAR and IMSA fans, the 3 streaming TV providers are good options to consider. As of this update, Sony Playstation Vue seems to offer the best “Bang-for-the-buck” for Motorsports fans. Sony Playstation Vue is the only provider that currently offers App Authentication for both FoxSportsGo and NBCSports apps. This can be important if a race is being broadcast over the air, but you can’t pick up the signal, and you live in a service area where these providers don’t offer local channels.

List of online/streaming motorsports content providers

Speed51 - http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
Race22 - http://race22.com/category/videos/
Lucas Oil Racing - http://www.lucasoilracing.tv.
Motor Trend - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content
Fans Choice TV - http://www.fanschoice.tv
IMCA.TV - https://imca.tv

Great Motorsports Podcasts you should check out!

PETM Racing Podcast - http://www.petmpodcast.com
Jeff Gluck's Racing Podcast - http://jeffgluck.com
Dirty Mo Radio Network Podcasts - http://www.dalejr.com/radio/default.aspx
Lapped Traffic Podcast - http://thelappedtrafficpodcast.podbean.com
The Cordcutter's Guide to Motorsports - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQUT5cxoH6t2tnTQkm2HiNA/ (Why does that sound familiar?)

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2016.11.26 02:00 GDT_Bot Game Thread: Vancouver Canucks (8-10-2) at Dallas Stars (8-8-5) - 25 Nov 2016 - 07:30PM CST

Vancouver Canucks (8-10-2) at Dallas Stars (8-8-5)

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2016.01.20 23:28 perfectface4radio Cord-cutters Guide to Motorsports 2016

 **Cord Cutters Guide to Motorsports - 2016 ** 

Table of Contents -

Introduction

NASCAR - Cup, xFinity, Trucks (Over the air listings) NASCAR - Online resources ARCA Racing NHRA Indycar Races (Over the air listings) Indycar - Online resources United Sports Car Series 24 Hrs Le Mans Continental Tire Challenge Series World Rally Championship (WRC) Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC) F1 British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC) German Touring Car Championship Blancpain GT Series V8 Supercars V8 Utes Race of Champions (ROC) Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing SCCA Goodwood 24Hrs of LeMons
List of online/streaming motorsports content providers
Introduction If you’re reading this, you’re likely a motorsports fan interested in “cutting the cord”, and may be worried about not being able to watch your favorite races if you do tell your cable or satellite provider, to “shove it”. Or, maybe you recently cut the cord, and now you’re panicking, wondering how you'll watch all of your favorite racing now that you’ve returned the cable box to the cable company? The past few years, I’ve tried to put together as complete a list of on-line and OTA resources as possible, and share it here, at the CordKillers Reddit. I can’t promise that’s it’s 100% complete, but I can tell you I’ve done a lot of research into this subject, and anything/everything I’ve found is here for you to use, and hopefully you’ll find it all somewhat useful.
I would suggest that if you’re even half the motorsports fan that I am, that you consider taking some of the money you won’t be sending to your cable company, and spend it going to some races at your local short tracks. Dirt or pavement, it’s likely that not too far away from you, every weekend, there’s exciting racing to watch, live and in person. Countless people work hard to put on that show every week, from the track owner, the track promoters, the safety crews, the racers, and their friends and family that help them every week. Take some time to attend a local short track race near you in 2016.
http://www.racingin.com/track/
And, if you’re a small business owner, looking for a way to promote your business, you won’t find a more passionate group of potential customers than motorsports fans. Hey, you already know this, you are a motorsports fan! Consider contacting your local track and inquiring about sponsoring part of their facility.
If you’re looking for opportunities to sponsor a driver, consider contacting Melinda Sewell and Melissa Collins at http://www.sponsordriversmm.com. They have a driveteam for every budget. They helped me find a team that was perfect for my business, and they can help you too! http://www.racefansforever.org/sponsoring-drivers-with-sponsor-drivers-motorsports-marketing.html
And now, “The List”

NASCAR -

Over the Air -

While many NACAR races will be on Fox and NBC’s cable sports channels, some races will be broadcast and available over the air.

Scheduled NASCAR Sprint Cup races to be available *over-the-air *-

02/13/16 - Sprint Unlimited - Daytona International Speedway (Fox) 02/21/16 - Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway (Fox) 02/28/16 - Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/06/16 - Kobalt 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Fox) 03/13/16 - Good Sam 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (Fox) 03/20/16 - Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, Calif. (Fox) 04/09/16 - Duck Commander 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/17/16 - Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway (Fox) 04/24/16 - Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway (Fox) 05/01/16 - GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway (Fox) 05/29/16 - Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway (Fox) 07/02/16 - Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway (NBC) 09/04/16 - Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway (NBC) 10/08/16 - At Charlotte Motor Speedway (NBC) 10/16/16 - Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway (NBC) 11/06/16 - AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (NBC) 11/13/16 - Can-Am 500 at Phoenix International Raceway (NBC) 11/20/16 - Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway (NBC)

NASCAR xFinity Series - available over-the-air -

03/12/16 - Axalta Faster. Tougher. Brighter. 200 Phoenix International Raceway - Avondale, AZ (FOX) 04/30/16 - Talladega 300 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX) 05/14/16 - Dover 200 Dover International Speedway - Dover, DE (FOX) 05/28/16 - Hisense 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway - Concord, NC (FOX) 07/23/16 - Lilly Diabetes 250 Indianapolis Motor Speedway - Indianapolis, IN (NBC) 09/03/16 - VFW Sport Clips Help a Hero 200 Darlington Raceway - Darlington, SC (NBC) 11/05/16 - O'Reilly Auto Parts Challenge Texas Motor Speedway - Fort Worth, TX (NBC) 11/19/16 - Ford EcoBoost 300 Homestead-Miami Speedway - Homestead, FL (NBC)

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series - available over-the-air -

10/22/16 - Fred's 250 Talladega Superspeedway - Talladega, AL (FOX)
NASCAR has gotten better in recent years, providing fans with on-line access.

NASCAR online content

1. NASCAR Mobile - (iOS and Android) NASCAR news. Live content (in-car radio, live leaderboards, live-in-car cameras, etc free to Sprint Cellular customers w/ Unlimited data plan, $24.99/yr for non-Sprint customers)
I use this app constantly, often muting the TV and turning up the live-in-car audio from my favorite driver.
2. NASCAR Raceview - iOS app and web - live, animated, views of NASCAR races, in-car audio - What are the subscription costs for NASCAR RACEVIEW MOBILE?
$4.99 per month via iTunes or Google Play $39.99 per season via iTunes or Google Play Sprint offers NASCAR RACEVIEW MOBILE without subscription to their customers on a Sprint device with an Unlimited data plan
3. NASCAR Racebuddy -http://www.nascar.com/racebuddy
Live streaming of in-car video of NASCAR Sprint Cup and xFinity races.
4. NASCAR also has full race replays on it's YouTube page - https://www.youtube.com/useTheOfficialNASCAR
Radio/Streaming audio - You can tune into live streaming audio (radio simulcasts) of NASCAR races at - http://www.mrn.com
http://www.goprn.com

ARCA Racing

Access to live streaming audio and timing and scoring - http://www.arcaracing.com

NHRA

Live Timing - http://www.nhra.com/livetiming/livetiming.aspx NHRA Videos - http://www.nhra.com/videowall.aspx
Update New in 2016 - NHRA "All-Access". Every event from the 2016 Mello Yello Drag Racing Series – live streamed or on demand. Subscribe for $99.95 a season. Go to http://www.nhraallaccess.com for more information.

Indycar Races - available over-the-air -

No, I didn’t forget about the Indycar Series fans!
Here is the schedule of Indycar Races that will be available over-the-air (All on ABC stations)
3/13 Streets of St. Petersburg ABC
5/14 Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis ABC
5/29 Indianapolis 500 Mile Race ABC
6/4 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 1 ABC
6/5 Chevrolet Dual in Detroit Race 2 ABC

Indycar Online Content

The Indycar App now allows for video/telemetry, etc, depending on your Cell provider. Verizon customers have the most features with this app.
Exclusive Features to Verizon Wireless devices • Interactive 3D Live View (Beta) with real-time leader board and car telemetry Enhanced real-time leader board with 2D marching ants and car telemetry Live in-car camera video streaming for select drivers during IndyCar races Live driver and pit crew transmissions audio streaming during IndyCar races Live INDYCAR radio broadcast audio streaming during all track activities
Features Available to All Carrier devices Real-time leader board Championship Points-As-They-Run leader board Podcasts (INDYCAR Radio, INDYCAR Media Release & Trackside) Optional on-device notification alerts when IndyCar race starts and ends and for breaking news Current track weather and forecast Favorite driver and team selection for quicker access to follow Exclusive VOD race highlights, crashes, driver interviews, INDYCAR 101 & technologies, historical race footage, and more Breaking news and photo galleries Standings, race results, schedule, and race extras such as high-resolution track map images and spotter guides Driver profiles and Racing team profiles INDYCAR social twitter feeds INDYCAR 101 and more

United Sports Car Series

Almost all 2016 races will be on Fox Sports 1 and 2.
One race will be available over-the-air
07/23/16 - Northeast Grand Prix - Lime Rock Park (FOX)
IMSA TV does stream replays of all races, and sometimes offers live video of races not being broadcast (the overnight racing of a 24 hour race for instance)
http://www.imsa.com/series/united-sportscatv-episodes
http://www.fanschoice.tv also has IMSA video content available.

2016 24 Hrs Le Mans

http://www.24h-lemans.com/live/en/
http://www.24h-lemans.com/en/live/official-application_2_2_2581.html
iOS and Android apps are available, from which you can purchase a $9.99 pass for just the 2016 24Hrs of LeMans streaming video, or a $29.99 pass for the entire WEC (FIA World Endurance Championship) racing season.
In 2015, switched between the feed from the #64 C7.R and the English main 24hrs LeMans feed. All are commercial free! Streaming the live video from my iPhone to my AppleTV, video quality looked great, very little buffering, if any.
Radio LeMans - http://radiolemans.com

Continental Tire Challenge Series

Every Continental Tire Challenge race will be streamed live in its entirety on IMSA.tv and the IMSA mobile app. - See more at: http://www.imsa.com/articles/2016-television-schedules-weathertech-championship-and-continental-tire-challenge-announced#sthash.RgqmfJYh.dpuf

World Rally Championship (WRC)

WRC offers a subscription service, WRC+ that offers access to live video content, as well as race replays.
https://plus.wrc.com
EUR 49.99,- per year for the annual subscription.
Use the Promo code "WRC2016" (no quotes-make sure WRC is in all caps) to get 20% off WRC plus. Once subscribed go into your profile and cancel your subscription. Why? Because your purchased subscription will stay active, but auto-renewal will be disabled. So you'll have a chance to take advantage of 20% off next year. (Thanks for pointing this out dusto_man!)
The RedBullTV channel on the AppleTV has 1hr highlight shows of all 2014 WRC Rally events. RedBullTV has hour long post-rally reviews for 2016. Monte Carlo is already up now.
Go to "RedBullTV" on your AppleTV, once in the RedBullTV app, select "Sports". Then select "Motorsports". Then scroll down to "Shows" and look for WRC.
Lucas Oil Racing also offers WRC content, in addition to several other racing series at http://www.lucasoilracing.tv. For $60/yr So far, 2015 highlight episodes are available, no 2016 content so far.

Redbull Global Rallycross - (Redbull GRC)

All GRC events are broadcast live on NBC over the air
All GRC events are also streamed live on http://www.redbullglobalrallycross.com
All of the 2015 GRC Lites competitions are available via the RedBull App on the AppleTV

F1

Edited Race Replays available at - http://www.formula1.com/video/race_edits/

British Touring Car Championship - (BTCC)

http://www.btcc.net/live-zone/
Live timing data and audio is avaialbe
Races available on the iTV Player
http://www.itv.com/btcc/video
Video highlights available on the web site.

FIA WTCC (World Touring Car Chalenge) Series

First race will be available for free.
New streaming service/app includes:
Live Video Races on-demand (previous seasons for free) Access through web site or app Rewind, pause, play, time shift Stats Highlights
14.95 euro per round/race event, 99.95 euro a season (previous seasons/archive content - FREE)

Blancpain GT Series

Live race video -
http://www.blancpain-gt-series.com/gt-tv (This page is currently down. Will update when more information is available)
Highlights are still available at - https://www.youtube.com/usegt1world
Also available on -
http://24hseries.com
http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

V8 Supercars

39.99AU membership for live video
https://www.v8supercars.com.au/v8superview
Also available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

V8 Utes Championship

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Race of Champions (ROC)

Available on - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content

Short Track (Dirt and Paved oval) racing

Speed51TV and FansChoice.tv

Once again in 2016, Speed51TV and FansChoiceTV will team up to provide a free broadcast of the 50th World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing (Twitter hashtag: #NewSmyrnaWS) on FansChoice.tv.
http://speed51.com/51-fanschoice-tv-to-provide-live-video-of-new-smyrna-world-series/ http://www.fanschoice.tv
On-demand replays of the racing will also be available later at http://www.fanschoice.tv

Speed51TV

Speed51 is now offering monthly and yearly paid memberships. The yearly membership includes a 10% discount on all major PPV Live Race content. Both include access to race highlights, stories, and interviews from the world of short track racing. Speed 51 has expanded it’s live broadcasts of short track racing quite a bit in the past year or two. Yes, allot of the content, like the Snowball Derby, is PPV, but when you consider that this is racing that you otherwise wouldn’t get to see at all, unless you were at the track, it’s a great service at a great price. If you're a motorsports fan, and want more cord cutting-friendly options, you should really support them and find a PPV event you'd like to watch this year.
http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
$7.99/mo $59.99/yr (Includes 10% discount on PPV events)

Racing Boys TV

The other site broadcasting some great short track racing, is http://www.racinboys.com. They once again aired PPV coverage of the first 5 days of preliminary racing for the 2016 Chili Bowl Nationals.

Additional On-Line resources for short track racing content

Race22

http://race22.com/category/videos/

Dirt Nation TV

https://dirtnation.tv

"The Battle at Berlin 251"

CordKilling Motorsports Fans - Another option to satisfy your hunger for racing online - "The Battle at Berlin 251" will be available streaming PPV - June 2016
http://www.berlinraceway.com
$19.95
"The Battle at Berlin 251" has become one of those short track races that attracts drivers from all over the country. The 2015 race attracted drivers such as, Chase Elliott, Bubba Pollard, John Hunter Nemechek, and Ross Kenseth.
Again, if you want to see more options for Cordcutting motorsports fans, and you love great short track racing, this should be on your list to watch.

Lucas Oil Racing TV

Another option for getting your racing fix on-line is http://www.lucasoilracing.tv. For $60/yr you get access to -
Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, one of the biggest dirt racing events all year, every year AMA Flat Track AMERICAN SPRINT CAR SERIES ASB - AMERICAN SPRINT BOAT AUSTRALASIAN SUPERBIKE CHAMPIONSHIP BEST IN THE DESERT BRITISH F1 SIDECAR CHAMPIONSHIP DAVE DESPAIN SHOW DRAG BOAT RACING SERIES LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES MODIFIED SERIES OPTIMA - SEARCH FOR THE ULTIMATE STREET CAR PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP WRC - WORLD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP
As well as car shows like “Two Guys Garage”, “My Classic Car”, and “Chop Cut Rebuild”

USAC Racing

http://usacracing.com/2013-03-02-17-46-30/loudpedal-tv Loudpedal.tv Monthly Membership / Yearly Membership
USD 9.95/mo / USD 99.95/yr

Legend Cars/INEX

The Winter Nationals (Monday 2/15-Friday 2/19) as well as the Summer ShootOut will air on http://www.speed51.com

The International Motor Contest Association (IMCA)

imca.com / imca.tv offers Live PPV and On-Demand short track racing. Check out https://www.imca.com/view/series/ for a full list of all the racing action!

SpeedShift TV

https://www.speedshifttv.com Live and On-Demand Short Track racing.

The SCCA Solo Nationals are streaming LIVE on ustream.tv, just search for SCCA. The videos are also available on-demand after live competition has concluded.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/sccasolo

The SCCA Runoffs are being streamed on USTREAM -

Just search for SCCA. The content is available live this week, as well as on-demand after competition has concluded each day.
http://www.ustream.tv/channel/scca-runoffs

Watch the Goodwood Revival’s Vintage Racing Live, All Weekend, Right Here -

http://blog.caranddriver.com/watch-the-goodwood-revivals-vintage-racing-live-all-weekend-right-here/
https://manifest.googlevideo.com/api/manifest/hls_variant/pmbypass/yes/source/yt_live_broadcast/upn/pYI7ILbRIt8/expire/1442098020/signature/E3EB32F7D3A9D7D062CDCFBF51DFE18FA75C4ECB.AC1C42FF7D427CB4E0C30D81BA25E5EDE6FAACF1/id/t4sGzQKKzVc.3/fexp/9407060%2C9408710%2C9409069%2C9415365%2C9415485%2C9416023%2C9416126%2C9417707%2C9418153%2C9418448%2C9420348/gcus/sve3/itag/0/sparams/gcr%2Cid%2Cip%2Cipbits%2Citag%2Cmaudio%2Cplaylist_type%2Cpmbypass%2Csource%2Cexpire/ip/98.170.220.166/key/yt5/ipbits/0/maudio/1/playlist_type/DVfile/index.m3u8

24Hrs of LeMons

http://www.roadkill.com/watch-24-hours-lemons-live-sonoma-raceway-weekend/
http://www.youtube.com/use24hoursoflemons/videos

List of online/streaming motorsports content providers

Speed51 - http://speed51.com/racing-videos/
Race22 - http://race22.com/category/videos/
Lucas Oil Racing - http://www.lucasoilracing.tv.
Motor Trend - http://www.motortrendondemand.com/motorsport/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Con2-FolKW--T1&utm_campaign=TW_Content
Fans Choice TV - http://www.fanschoice.tv

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2014.07.25 19:29 phillyCHEEEEEZ [MLB] Daily Discussion & Player Analysis [7/25/14]

Previous Post - [MLB] Daily Discussion & Player Analysis [7/24/14]
If this is your first time reading a post that is part of my MLB Daily Discussion & Player Analysis series I highly suggest you read this post first. You will find a description of the analytic method used in my analysis as well as a little background about myself.
Don't forget to follow me on Twitter @phillyCHEEEEEZ. This is the easiest way to get notified when I post my daily discussion & player analysis. Feel free to tweet me any questions as well because I may not always have access to Reddit.

Today's Games & Las Vegas Odds

Today's games
Las Vegas odds

Yesterday's Recap

All of yesterday's suggested pitchers had some awesome days. Garza, McCarthy and Samardzija each earned wins while Kluber struck out 10 through 9 innings, 6.1 of which were perfect. Let's keep this streak of picking great pitching going tonight!
Some of the hitters also had some decent days. Most notably Lucroy and Young each hit a home run and picked up a few RBIs last night. The rest of the hitters were pretty mediocre although a few of them did have some decent multi-hit games.

Today's Breakdown

TGIF everyone! We've got a full slate of games to kick off the weekend and plenty of great players to choose from today! The weather also looks pretty good across the board. I'd keep an eye on the STL/CHC game (if you choose to enter a contest that includes it) and the PIT/COL game as there is a small chance of rain in both those areas today. Other than that, I don't expect Mother Nature to interrupt any of the other games.
 

Pitchers

My favorite pitcher of the day is David Price. He hasn't really had a bad outing since May and he's facing a team that he has dominated in the past. Price has held Boston to an OBP of .276 with a 28.8% strikeout rate through 226 Red Sox faced. These numbers are way too good to ignore, even at his expensive price tag.
I also really like Felix Hernandez today. The Mariners are huge favorites against the Orioles tonight and the O/U of that game is sitting very low at 6.5 tonight. I fully expect King Felix to have a dominant performance on the mound today.
Some other pitchers to keep in mind are Jon Lester and Alex Wood. They are both coming off strong starts and are favored to win tonight. Let's not also forget to mention that the O/Us for each of their games are pretty low today, so they've got that going them as well.
 

Hitters

Today's featured hitter is Jose Reyes. He will be facing Hiroki Kuroda today, who he is 11-23 (.478) against with 1 HR, 4 RBI and 6 XBH. Reyes has also been hitting well recently as he's batting .349 with 1 HR and 6 RBI over the past 14 days. I expect him to get on base and cross the plate a few times tonight.
Some other notable hitters are Brandon Moss (vs. Jerome Williams, 6-12 (.500), 2 HR, 7 RBI, 2 XBH), Lucas Duda (vs. Yovani Gallardo, 5-10 (.500), 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 XBH) and Drew Stubbs (vs. Charlie Morton, 9-25 (.360), 1 HR, 5 RBI, 2 XBH).
Today's value hitter is Derek Jeter. He will be facing Mark Buehrle today, who he is 15-44 (.341) against with 2 HR, 5 RBI and 5 XBH. I'm thinking the matchup between Toronto and New York will be a high scoring affair so let's look for Jeter to be a big part of that.
Today's punt hitter is Eric Sogard. He will be facing Jerome Williams today, who he is 7-10 (.700) against with 1 HR, 3 RBI and 2 XBH. I think Oakland has a chance for a big game tonight so let's look for Sogard to rack up some points and provide us with some great value.
 

Stacking options

My favorite stacking option of the day is the Pirates right handers. They're facing a lefty in Colorado today and they certainly have some lefty crushers in that lineup. At the forefront is obviously Andrew McCutchen but don't count out the cheaper plays like Jordy Mercer and Russell Martin.
I like the Athletics again today. They're big favorites to win against Texas and are facing a pitcher that's really been struggling so far this year. Let's look for another big game from them today.
I think Houston also deserves an honorable mention. They are facing a left hander tonight, Brad Hand, who has been struggling. Altuve is an obvious play but cheaper options like Matt Dominguez (let's hope he can have another 12 point performance tonight) are definitely in play.
Last, but certainly not least, I'd keep the DET/LAA game in the back of your mind. This matchup has a relatively high O/U, sitting at 8.5 right now and both teams are starting left handed pitchers. Each of these teams have some seriously dangerous right handed bats that I think have a great chance of exploding tonight.
 
As always, I wish you all the best of luck in each of your games today!

phillyCHEEEEEZ' Suggested Plays

I'll do my best to try and keep this list updated. If I notice a player I've suggested is not in the starting lineup I will cross out the player's name.
Position Suggested Plays
P David Price, Felix Hernandez, Jon Lester, Alex Wood
C Brian McCann, Tyler Flowers
1B Brandon Moss, Lucas Duda
2B Eric Sogard, Brian Dozier
3B Josh Donaldson, Martin Prado
SS Jose Reyes, Derek Jeter, Eduardo Escobar, Jed Lowrie
OF Drew Stubbs, Brett Gardner, Alex Gordon, Melky Cabrera, Jon Jay, Yasiel Puig, Matt Joyce
All
Google document of all players
Excel spreadsheet of all players

Today's /dfsports Contests & Yesterday's Scores

Links for today's /dfsports contests. If you do not plan on entering all of the contests, please submit an entry to first non-empty contest. This way we can maximize the amount of contests that fill.
FanDuel - /dfsports #1
FanDuel - /dfsports #2
Congratulations to yesterday's winner(s) of the /dfsports contest(s)! Here are the top scorers for yesterday's contest(s):
FanDuel - /dfsports #1
Pos User Score
1 dirtnasty21 47.75
2 loubk 44.25
3 that1fool 40
4 thedrizz 36.5
5 hickmandude 36
5 ddmcd1974 36
7 paulx441 34.5
8 phillycheeeeez 32.75
9 okoye1 23.75
10 akavana 21

Lineup, Weather & Player Information

The following links are some great resources for tracking lineup, weather and player information:
Daily Baseball Data
FanGraphs
Baseball Press
ParkFactors
Fantasy Alarm
RotoGrinders
There are plenty more resources that you can use, but I like these the most. Feel free to do a Google search for daily lineup, weather and player information on your own. You may find that you like another site better than the ones I've already listed.
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2012.05.14 12:07 frontbot 11am Mon 14 May 2012 - /r/politics

  1. Best Marijuana Argument Ever: Given By Superior Court Judge James P. Gray youtube.com comments politics
  2. Elizabeth Warren Calls on JP Morgan Chief to Resign from NY Federal Reserve Bank Board elizabethwarren.com comments politics
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  6. NYC police stopped and frisked 200,000 citizens in first three months of 2012 nytimes.com comments politics
  7. Americans Want Steep Defense Cuts - On This, Both Parties Are Far Out of Step With Voters theatlantic.com comments politics
  8. Why is marriage even a religious debate? Marriage has been around longer than any religion has, its not owned by Christians, is it? self.politics comments politics
  9. JP Morgan's $2 Billion Loss Was 4X Their Own Estimate of the Cost of Financial Regulation theatlantic.com comments politics
  10. “Occupy Cop” under attack - Fraternal Order of Police seeks expulsion of Ret. Philadelphia Police Capt. Ray Lewis salon.com comments politics
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  20. President Obama holds a 7 point advantage over Romney among veterans. news.yahoo.com comments politics
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  22. Robert Reich: What Jamie Dimon's $2 Billion Dollar Fail Reveals About Our Banking System -- What just happened at J.P. Morgan – along with its leader’s cavalier dismissal – reveals how fragile, opaque and dangerous the banking system continues to be alternet.org comments politics
  23. Woman goes full retard at Lincoln, Nebraska, City Council hearing concerning a proposed LGBT protection ordinance. gawker.com comments politics
  24. Bachmann says she is a “proud American”. Critics in the US had accused the prominent Tea Party member of policy inconsistency.Bachmann wrote to the Swiss consulate on Thursday asking to revoke her citizenship. Bachmann and her husband Marcus finalised a naturalisation process on March 19. swissinfo.ch comments politics
  25. Monsanto's Bovine Growth Hormone Passed FDA Review; But Canadian Systems Found Very Different Results To rGBH. youtube.com comments politics
  26. This Column Is Not Sponsored By Anyone: "'Over the last three decades...we have drifted from having a market economy to becoming a market society. A market economy is a tool...for organizing productive activity. But a 'market society' is a place where everything is up for sale. It is a way of life'" nytimes.com comments politics
  27. The Revolution Governments World Wide Don’t Want You To Know About americanpatriottoday.net comments politics
  28. Why We Regulate nytimes.com comments politics
  29. RNC Chairman: JP Morgan Chase's $2 billion loss proves that we need LESS regulation readingisforsnobs.blogspot.com comments politics
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2012.05.14 11:07 frontbot 10am Mon 14 May 2012 - /r/politics

  1. Best Marijuana Argument Ever: Given By Superior Court Judge James P. Gray youtube.com comments politics
  2. Elizabeth Warren Calls on JP Morgan Chief to Resign from NY Federal Reserve Bank Board elizabethwarren.com comments politics
  3. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer Signs Legislation Permitting Employers to Interrogate Female Employees About Contraception Use rawstory.com comments politics
  4. Dogs are cheaper, less intrusive, and more effective at detecting explosives. Why does the tsa use expensive body scanners with limited results? self.politics comments politics
  5. Some Alabama farmers say they are planting less produce rather than risk having tomatoes and other crops rot in the fields a second straight year because of labor shortages linked to the state's crackdown on illegal immigration. nytimes.com comments politics
  6. NYC police stopped and frisked 200,000 citizens in first three months of 2012 nytimes.com comments politics
  7. Americans Want Steep Defense Cuts - On This, Both Parties Are Far Out of Step With Voters theatlantic.com comments politics
  8. Why is marriage even a religious debate? Marriage has been around longer than any religion has, its not owned by Christians, is it? self.politics comments politics
  9. JP Morgan's $2 Billion Loss Was 4X Their Own Estimate of the Cost of Financial Regulation theatlantic.com comments politics
  10. “Occupy Cop” under attack - Fraternal Order of Police seeks expulsion of Ret. Philadelphia Police Capt. Ray Lewis salon.com comments politics
  11. Bush & Cheney CONVICTED of War Crimes in Malaysia addictinginfo.org comments politics
  12. Video of Frank Zappa (wearing suit and tie) in 1986, saying the USA is on the way to becoming a fascist theocracy. youtu.be comments politics
  13. Capitalists and other psychopaths: a recent study found that 10 percent of people who work on Wall Street are “clinical psychopaths...” Another study concluded that the rich are more likely to lie, cheat and break the law. nytimes.com comments politics
  14. Rikers Violence: Out Of Control. Shocking images back up what we've been reporting for years: New York City's jails are houses of horror villagevoice.com comments politics
  15. Ron Paul supporters boo Mitt Romney’s son off stage rawstory.com comments politics
  16. Romney’s lack of recollection of controversial events is a “habit that he has when he gets into a difficult situation.” [video] current.com comments politics
  17. Even the Wall Street Journal admits it now: Austerity has harmed the US economy dailykos.com comments politics
  18. My conservative Republican, deep south, born and raised, never-been-out-of-Alabama redneck, anti-Obama mother.... is pro gay marriage??? self.politics comments politics
  19. Texting While Walking Banned in New Jersey Town news.yahoo.com comments politics
  20. President Obama holds a 7 point advantage over Romney among veterans. news.yahoo.com comments politics
  21. Corruption flows freely along U.S.-Mexico border: In one New Mexico town alone, the mayor, police chief and a city trustee were guilty of gun smuggling — and it's probably not an isolated case. latimes.com comments politics
  22. Woman goes full retard at Lincoln, Nebraska, City Council hearing concerning a proposed LGBT protection ordinance. gawker.com comments politics
  23. Robert Reich: What Jamie Dimon's $2 Billion Dollar Fail Reveals About Our Banking System -- What just happened at J.P. Morgan – along with its leader’s cavalier dismissal – reveals how fragile, opaque and dangerous the banking system continues to be alternet.org comments politics
  24. The Revolution Governments World Wide Don’t Want You To Know About americanpatriottoday.net comments politics
  25. This Column Is Not Sponsored By Anyone: "'Over the last three decades...we have drifted from having a market economy to becoming a market society. A market economy is a tool...for organizing productive activity. But a 'market society' is a place where everything is up for sale. It is a way of life'" nytimes.com comments politics
  26. Monsanto's Bovine Growth Hormone Passed FDA Review; But Canadian Systems Found Very Different Results To rGBH. youtube.com comments politics
  27. RNC Chairman: JP Morgan Chase's $2 billion loss proves that we need LESS regulation readingisforsnobs.blogspot.com comments politics
  28. Why We Regulate nytimes.com comments politics
  29. Out of Step With the World: Juvenile Life Without Parole in the United States aclu.org comments politics
  30. George Lucas Makes His Mom Proud on Mother's Day: George Lucas to Build Low Income Housing for Americans on Fixed Incomes occupytvstations.com comments politics
  31. Interview with John Brennan, the man who recently stripped naked before going through TSA in Portland OR: "It's security theater. They know it doesn't do anything, but it gives the appearance of doing something." thedailybeast.com comments politics
  32. Clay Aiken Confronts Tony Perkins: You'll Be 'Ashamed' for Opposing LGBT Rights videocafe.crooksandliars.com comments politics
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