MWF Championship Tournament – Round One…

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Date: March 19, 2019

Match 1: Steve Diamond VS Peter Pan – 77%

Match 2: Dick N’Balls VS Pan – 74%

Match 3: Pedo Bear VS Baphomet – 67%

Match 4: Viamund VS Fat Fabio – 70%

Match 5: Pope Francis VS Teddy Love – 58%

Match 6: Ganymede VS Cyborg Boy – 78%

Match 7: Zeus VS Haggas – 83%

Match 8: Atreyu VS Sebastian – 75%

SHOW HIGHLIGHTS:
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Win: Peter Pan Loss: Steve Diamond
Win: Dick N’Balls Loss: Pan
Win: Pedo Bear Loss: Baphomet
Win: Viamund Loss: Fat Fabio
Win: Teddy Love Loss: Pope Francis
Win: Cyborg Boy Loss: Ganymede
Win: Haggas Loss: Zeus
Win: Sebastian Loss: Atreyu
Special Match: NA NA
Main Event Match: NA NA
SHOW NOTES:

This is round one, in our tournament to crown the first ever Magnificent World Champion!

Congratulations, to the eight who have advanced to the second round.

BEST RANKED MATCH: Zeus VS Haggas – 83%

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BERNIE SANDERS Running Mate for the 2020 Election…


Date: March 18, 2019

01) BERNIE SANDERS Running Mate for the 2020 Election


“The choice of a running mate is always important in a presidential election. For Bernie Sanders in the 2020 election, his vp pick will be more significant than ever. Should he win, he would be the oldest president ever elected to a first term, beating the record of the current commander-in-chief. While unlike Trump, there have been no serious discussions surrounding Bernie’s physical or mental aptitude to discharge the duties of the presidency, his advanced age heightens the significance of his vp pick. And the urgency of the decision. The sooner he picks a running mate, the sooner voters can know who would be in charge, should the worst happen.

Bernie has already dropped some little hints as to who it will be. In this video, I’m going to break down Bernie’s stated preferences, and provide a short list of who I think is most likely to be selected. I’ll also touch upon this, slightly different question:

Who should he pick?”

ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg…


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Date: March 18, 2019

01) ELF solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg


“It looks like a micro-car. It rides like an electric-assist bike. The ELF (“electric, light, fun”) is a solar car-bike hybrid that will keep you out of the rain, or from breaking a sweat, and perhaps convince you to jettison your car for all those trips around town (and to get into shape while you’re at it). Inspired by solar/human-powered aircraft pioneer Paul MacCready, decades ago Rob Cotter began experimenting with human-powered vehicles. He left a job at Porsche to consult though things slowed down in the nineties when ”people were more interested in minivans and SUVs and things.” He decided the moment had arrived when, at the end of the nineties he began consulting for the New York City bike sharing, “and realized that if NYC’s putting in about 300 miles of new bike trails there’s a market for vehicles like this,” explains Cotter, “Bicycles that could get people up the hills easier, get them out of the weather, be safer, not tip over, carry passengers, carry a payload, have turn signals, brake lights, all of those things and just started going in that direction from that point on.” In 2012 he founded Organic Transit- alongside his wife Maureen Costello- in an old furniture store in downtown Durham, North Carolina. To move things along quickly, they launched using an agile design process. “Originally we sold about 50 on kickstarter. We knew we were losing money on each one, but it allowed us to get the vehicles out there and make the changes. So since that time 3 years ago we’ve made about 400 changes to the ELF.” Today, the ELF is a 160 pound (72.5kg) vehicle that can carry up to two adults (or an adult plus 2 children) or an adult plus 500+ lbs (226 kg) of cargo (there’s space in back for a dozen bags of groceries. Starting at $7,000, it’s classified as a ‘bicycle’ by US law so it can’t legally go faster than 20 mph on just electric power (though pedaling and hills will speed things up). With a lithium-ion battery and mid-motor drive, it has a range of 48 miles per charge (and further if you pedal). The rooftop solar panel will recharge the battery with 7 to 8 hours of sun or the battery can be removed and plugged into a wall for a 2.5 hour charge. Since it’s technically a bicycles, the ELF can be driven on bike paths and parked on sidewalks. “So our goal was to be able to take a car-like experience and turn it into a bicycle,” explains Cotter. “This will go anywhere a bicycle will go, all bicycles can ride on many streets, all secondary roads and things like that. It’s like a car except that it’s 160 pounds so it’s a car that you can actually pedal. And the nice thing about it when you’re zooming along somewhere you can go point to point you can go door to door just pull right up to the building and park it in the bike rack up front.”

Citation:
http://organictransit.com/
Elf $7K solar car-bike for driver + 2 kids, equals 1800mpg

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Pizzagate: A Slice of Fake News…


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Date: March 17, 2019

01) Pizzagate: A Slice of Fake News

“As the investigation into foreign influence in the 2016 election heats up, we bring you a story of how fake news starts, snowballs and sometimes erupts into gunfire. This story takes us into the world of right-wing Twitter trolls, pro-Trump political operatives and fake-news profiteers from St. Louis to Macedonia.

This collaboration with Rolling Stone and Type Investigations was originally broadcast Nov. 18, 2017.

Dig Deeper:
Anatomy of a fake news scandal
Reveal’s guide to spotting fake news

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GOOD BOYS Red Band Trailer (2019)…


Date: March 17, 2019

01) GOOD BOYS Red Band Trailer (2019)


“Watch the official trailer for Good Boys, a comedy movie starring Jacob Tremblay, Keith L. Williams and Brady Noon. In theaters August 16, 2019. A Group of young Boys on the cusp of becoming teenagers embark on an epic quest in the San Fernando Valley to fix their broken toy before their Parents get home. © Universal Pictures”