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Isophthalonitrile (INP) Market Size, Share, Industry Analysis Report, Type, Expert View,Demand, Challenges, Opportunity, By Regional and Forecast, 2017-2025

2020.09.13 13:25 Glass-Action-587 Isophthalonitrile (INP) Market Size, Share, Industry Analysis Report, Type, Expert View,Demand, Challenges, Opportunity, By Regional and Forecast, 2017-2025

Market In-depth analysis of Isophthalonitrile (INP) (2017-2025)
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2020.05.17 15:49 andrewerdna100 How each Ravens player was scouted coming out of high school (247 sports)

This is scouting data based on 247 sports. Sites like ESPN, scout, rivals and maxprep may have different rating but this is the data I decided to go with. There are some players who I didn't include because of the unlikelihood they make the 53 player roster.
Breakdown:
5-star: 5 players (9%)
4-star: 14 players (25%)
3-star: 21 players (38%)
2-star: 5 players (9%)
Unranked: 10 players (18%)
QB
Lamar Jackson
Robert Griffin III
Trace McSorley
RB
Mark Ingram
Gus Edwards
J.K. Dobbins
Justice Hill

WR
Marquise Brown
Miles Boykin
Willie Snead
Devin Duvernay
Chris Moore
James Proche
Jaleel Scott
De'Anthony Thomas

TE
Mark Andrews
Nick Boyle

FB
Patrick Ricard

OT's
Ronnie Stanley
Orlando Brown Jr.
Andre Smith
OG's
Bradley Bozeman
D.J. Fluker
Tyre Phillips
Ben Bredeson

C
Matt Skura

Patrick Mekari

DT
Derek Wolfe
Justin Madubuike
Justin Ellis

NT
Brandon Williams
Daylon Mack
Broderick Washington
Jihad Ward

DE
Calais Campbell

RUSH
Jaylon Ferguson
Pernell McPhee

MLB
Patrick Queen
Jake Ryan
Chris Board

WLB
Malik Harrison
L.J. Fort

CB
Marlon Humphrey
Marcus Peters
Jimmy Smith
Tavon Young
Anthony Averett

SS
Chuck Clark
Jordan Richards
Anthony Levine

FS
Earl Thomas
DeShon Elliott

K
Justin Tucker

P
Sam Koch

LS
Morgan Cox
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2020.04.19 22:17 FinTheGiant The Washington Redskins - Composed of players who grew up closest to Washington D.C.

Which current NFL players align with the Washington Redskins as their hometown team? This is the 24th of 32 posts about the realignment of NFL teams based on the players hometowns. I did this by researching which town each active NFL player went to High School in, and then matching it with the closest NFL city geographically. Last time we saw the new Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Lets' see how the Washington Redskins stack up!

Position Hometown Player
QB Russell Wilson Richmond, VA
RB C.J. Prosise Woodberry Forest, VA
WR Stefon Diggs Olney, MD
WR Desean Hamilton Stafford, VA
WR Torry Smith Falmouth, VA
TE Vernon Davis Washington D.C.
LT Duane Brown Henrico, VA
LG Kyle Long Charlotesville, VA
C Russell Bodine Fork Union, VA
RG Quinton Spain Petersburg, VA
RT Morgan Moses Richmond, VA
DE Yannick Ngakoue Washington D.C.
DT Jonathan Allen Ashburn, VA
DT Da'Shawn Hand Woodbridge, VA
DE Cameron Wake Hyattsville, MD
OLB Marquel Lee Waldrof, MD
MLB Jermaine Carter Washington D.C.
OLB Jermiah Attaochu Washington D.C.
CB Joe Haden Fort Washington, MD
CB Kendall Fuller Olney, MD
FS Justin Simmons Manassas, VA
SS John Johnson II Hyattsville, MD
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Bench Players:
QB Tyrod Taylor (Hampton, VA), QB Mike Glennon (Fairfax, VA), QB Dwayne Haskins (Potamac, MD), QB Kevin Hogan (Washington D.C.), OT Bobby Massie (Lynchburg, VA), OG Wyatt Teller (Bealeton, VA), DE Kareem Martin (Roanoke Rapids, NC), DE Josh Sweat (Chesapeake, VA), DE Clelin Ferrel (Richmond, VA), DE Cam Johnson (Washington D.C.), DT Eddie Goldman (Washington, D.C.), DT Tim Settle (Bull Run, VA), DT Nazair Jones (Roanoke Rapids, NC), DT Derrick Nnadi (Virgnia Beach, VA), LB Oren Burks (Lorton, VA), CB Tavon Young (Oxon Hill, MD), CB Ronald Darby (Oxon Hill, MD), CB B.W. Webb (Newport, VA), CB Maurice Canady (Henrico, VA), CB Ken Crawley (Washington D.C.), CB M.J. Stewart (Arlington, VA), CB Ryan Smith (Westphalia, MD), CB Teez Tabor (Washington D.C.), CB Juan Thornhill (Altavista, VA)
Analysis:
Overall, the Redskins have a pretty average re-aligned team. The Redskins offense will be carried by superstar Russell Wilson, who went to high school in Richmond. While the team has a decent offensive line, including Wilson's current left tackle Duane Brown, Wilson will deal with adversity from a weak supporting cast. His best receiver is the immature Stefon Digs, and behind him on the depth chart is Desean Hamilton and a retired Torry Smith. The Reskins also lack a ground game, with their best back being C.J. Prosise and their best tight end being Vernon Davis. The Redskins have a big quarterback room with several guys who have started NFL games before.
Based on their defensive personnel, this team plays in a 4-3 defense. The Redskins defense is more impressive than its offense, highlighted by a good pass rush and very good secondary. At edge rusher, they have Yannick Ngakoue and Cameron Wake - If I was doing a madden fantasy draft with a 4-3 defense, I would definitely choose these guys as they are the perfect fit for the scheme. The Redskins also have a handful of good interior linemen, including Eddie Goldman, De'Shawn Hand, and current Redskin, the underrated Jonathan Allen. The Redskins have a poor linebacking core. Like the Ravens, the re-aligned Redskins have several good defensive backs from Maryland. Joe Haden and Kendall Fuller is a great 1/2 corner duo, and there are 9 backup corners on this team ready to step in. The Redskins safeties, Justin Simmons and John Johnson II are two very good young safeties that not many people outside of nfl know about. I like this secondary a lot.
Geography:
Overall, there are 30 players from Virginia, 12 players from Maryland, 9 players from the District of Columbia, and 2 players from North Carolina on this team. The re-aligned Redskins are able to have a lot more players than the Ravens because south of them there is not a team for 300 miles (Panthers), while the Ravens are competing with the Eagles and Steelers in to the direct north. While this team has several players from across eastern Virginia, I was surprised to see that I could not find any player west of Charlottesville in the mountain region. Overall, the city where the most players are from on this team is Washington D.C., with 9 players. In less than a week, potential real life Redskin DE Chase Young could join this team (Hyattsville, MD). A map of where the players on this team are from can be found here https://imgur.com/gallery/1GjiCLV
I have done this for 23 other teams.
Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Rams
Arizona Cardinals
Kansas City Chiefs
Minnesota Vikings
San Francisco 49ers
Detroit Lions
Denver Broncos
Los Angeles Chargers
Oakland Raiders
Houston Texans
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans
Indianapolis Colts
Carolina Panthers
Pittsburgh Steelers
Green Bay Packers
Baltimore Ravens
Cleveland Browns
Miami Dolphins
New Orleans Saints
Cincinnati Bengals
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Comment your thoughts on this team, and if there is any player that I may have left off. If you would like to see a specific team next, comment your request here. After the Redskins, I will post the Bears next, per other users' requests.
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  192. Andrew Mason BSc., NMR Facility co-ordinator, Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  193. Sondess Missaoui, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Information Retrieval, City University of London
  194. Zaniar Ghadernezhad, Research Associate in Mathematics, Imperial College London
  195. Minoo Tayebinia, PhD student in Biological sciences, Queen Mary University of London
  196. Floriana Misceo, Research Group Coordinator, University of Cambridge
  197. Francesco Nicola Carelli, Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge
  198. Sophie King, Post-doctoral research assistant in Particle physics, King's College London
  199. Arushi G K Majha, PhD Student, University of Cambridge
  200. Alvin Ng, Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  201. Jack Shergold, Postgraduate Researcher, Institute of Particle Physics Phenomenology, Durham University
  202. Ryan Moodie, PhD student, Institute of Particle Physics Phenomenology, Durham University
  203. Chiara Barberio, PhD student, Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge
  204. Radha Kopparti, PhD student, City University of London
  205. Theophile Thiery, PhD Student in Combinatorics, Queen Mary University of London
  206. Alzbeta Roeselova, MSc Student in Biochemistry, University of Cambridge
  207. Roberto Trotta, Professor of Physics, Imperial College London
  208. Emilie Wigdor, PhD student, Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute & University of Cambridge
  209. Chiara Cammarota, Senior Lecturer in Disordered Systems, King's College London
  210. Dominik Kubicki, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cambridge
  211. Geertje van Keulen, Associate Professor in Biochemistry, Swansea University Medical School
  212. Peter D. Young MBE, Ethox Centre and Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, Nueld Department of Population Health, University of Oxford
  213. Benedetta Mannini, Visiting Scientist, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  214. Tom Williams, Royal Society University Research Fellow/Senior Lecturer, School of Biological Sciences, University of Bristol 7
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  216. Giampaolo Pitruzzello, Post Doctoral Research Assistant, Department of Physics, University of York
  217. Mirko Pasquini, PhD Student in Control Engineering, Imperial College London
  218. Andrea Caputo, Associate Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, University of Lincoln
  219. Silvia Bartolucci, Research Associate, Department of Finance, Imperial College London
  220. Domenico Cappello, PhD student in Aeronautics, Imperial College London
  221. Valeria Russo, Visiting PhD student, University of Westminster
  222. Giacomo Marzi, Lecturer in Strategy and Enterprise, University of Lincoln
  223. Akhila K Jayaram, PhD Student, University of Cambridge
  224. Gabor Csanyi, Professor of Molecular Modelling, University of Cambridge
  225. Isabel Barth, University of York
  226. Leila Simona Talani, Chair in International Political Economy, King's College London
  227. Nina Warner, PhD Student, University of Cambridge
  228. Doug Benn, Professor of Environmental Change, University of St. Andrews
  229. Francesco Sarandrea, PhD student in Theoretical Particle Physics, Durham University
  230. Danilo Basili, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  231. Stephen J. Jenkins, Professor of Physical & Computational Surface Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  232. Gabriella Heller, Rosalind Franklin Research Fellow, Newnham College, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  233. Tavi Murray, Teaching Fellow, Swansea University
  234. Young-Ho Eom/Chancellor's Fellow/Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Strathclyde
  235. Anika Liu, PhD student in Computational Toxicology, University of Cambridge
  236. Qian Zhang, Postdoctoral fellow, Sanger Institute
  237. Clara Wanjura, PhD student in Physics, University of Cambridge
  238. Glenn Vinnicombe, Reader in Control Engineering, University of Cambridge
  239. Federica Bellizio, PhD Student in Control & Power Engineering, Imperial College London
  240. Maria Lillina Vignola, PhD student in Medical & Molecular Genetics, King's College London
  241. Garnett, Senior Lecturer in Systems and Organisation, York Cross-disciplinary Centre for Systems Analysis & School of Management, University of York
  242. Saiam Ahmed, Research Fellow and Statistician, Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Unit, University College London
  243. Fan Feng, Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  244. Alex Sheneld, Senior Lecturer in Embedded Systems Engineering and AI, Sheeld Hallam University
  245. Marios Constantinides, Research Scientist, Nokia Bell Labs, Cambridge
  246. Andrew Krause, Departmental Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, University of Oxford
  247. Natasha Ellison, PhD student in mathematical biology, University of Sheeld
  248. Shovan Dutta, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  249. Matteo Icardi, Assistant professor of applied mathematics, University of Nottingham 8
  250. Maria Clara Liuzzi, PhD student, Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre, Glasgow
  251. Anna Korhonen, Professor, University of Cambridge
  252. Leonardo Rundo, Research Associate at the Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge
  253. Tomaso Aste, Professor of Complexity Science, University College London
  254. Usama Ali, PhD student in Population Health, University of Oxford
  255. Inco Planje, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Chemistry, King's College London
  256. Willem van Schaik, Professor in Microbiology and Infection, Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Fellow, Fellow of the Institute for Global Innovation
  257. Kobi Kremnizer, Associate Professor, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
  258. William Waites, Postdoctoral Research Associate, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
  259. Viet Anh Dang, Professor of Finance, University of Manchester
  260. Han Gong, Lecturer in Computing Sciences, School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia
  261. Gibin Powathil, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, Swansea University
  262. Marica Minucci, PhD student in Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London
  263. Prem Kumar, Professor of Theoretical Physics, Department of Physics, Swansea University
  264. Vasily Sartakov, Research Associate, Imperial College London
  265. Ebrahim Patel, Postdoctoral reseaecher, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
  266. Huasheng Wang, Professor of Thermo uids Engineering, School of Engineering and Materials Science, Queen Mary University of London
  267. Weijia Yuan, Professor, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Strathclyd
  268. Aude Carteron, PhD student, Birkbeck University of London
  269. Petros Ligoxygakis PhD FRES, Professor of Innate Immunology, Department of Biochemistry Tutorial Fellow, Hertford College, Oxford University
  270. Huanzhou Zhu, Research Associate in Computing, Imperial College London
  271. Chenlei Leng, Professor of Statistics, University of Warwick
  272. Barry Devereux, Lecturer in Articial Intelligence and Data Analytics, Queen's University Belfast
  273. Levi Yant, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Genomics, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham
  274. Enrico Scalas, Professor of Statistics and Probability, University of Sussex
  275. Muriel Levy, PhD student in Population Health, University of Oxford
  276. Kevin T McDermott, PhD researcher, University of West England, Bristol
  277. Tiago Franca, PhD Student in Theoretical Physics, Queen Mary University of London
  278. Guang Li, Senior Lecturer in Control Engineering, Queen Mary University of London
  279. Daniel Thedie, Post-doctoral research associate, University of Edinburgh
  280. Lucy Colwell, Lecturer in Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  281. Lisa Backwell , PhD student, Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine, University of Edinburgh
  282. Francesco Falciani, Chair of Functional Integrative Genomics, Faculty of Health and Life Sciences, University of Liverpool
  283. Marc Dionne, Reader in Innate Immunity, Department of Life Sciences, Imperial College London 9
  284. Lorenzo Palmieri, PhD student, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London
  285. Jessica Enright, Lecturer in Computing, University of Glasgow
  286. Florian Klimm, Research Associate Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London & Mitochondrial Biology Unit, University of Cambridge
  287. Carla Figueira de Morisson Faria, Professor of Physics, Department of Physics & Astronomy University College London
  288. Sher Aslam DPhil FRCOphth, Consultant Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Oxford Eye Hospital; Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Oxford
  289. Weigang Cai, Postdoctoral research assistant, Blizard Institute, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
  290. Dr. Andrea Jimenez Dalmaroni, Lecturer in Physics, School of Physics and Astronomy, Cardi University
  291. Dr Tong Yang, Senior Lecturer in Construction, Architecture & BIM, Department of Design Engineering and Mathematics, Middlesex University
  292. Nan Hua, Research Fellow, Chemical Engireering, University of Birmingham
  293. Lifan Xuan, PhD student, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London
  294. Paolo Barucca, Lecturer, University College London
  295. Andreas Wack, Senior Group Leader, Immunoregulation Lab, Francis Crick Institute
  296. Marie-Therese Png, PhD student in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences, Oxford Internet Institute
  297. Emily Dickie, Research Assistant, Institute of Infection, Immunity & In ammation, University of Glasgow
  298. Valerio Restocchi, Lecturer in Business Applications of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
  299. Alexander (Sandy) Douglas, Group Leader (Vaccine Development), Jenner Institute, University of Oxford
  300. Guy Emerson Research Fellow in Computer Science, Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge
  301. Cecilia Mattevi, Senior Lecturer and Royal Society University Research Fellow, Department of Materials, Imperial College London
  302. Chenxia Gu, PhD student, Queen Mary University of London
  303. David Booth, Senior Lecturer (Population Genetics & Statistics) School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee
  304. Yannick Wurm, Reader in Bioinformatics, Queen Mary University of London
  305. Hanna Isotalus, Lecturer in Digital Health and Care. ReMemBr Group, Bristol Medical School, University of Bristol
  306. Paul-Enguerrand Fady, iCASE PhD Student, Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, King's College London; Technology Development Group, Public Health England
  307. Luca Rossi, Lecturer in Articial Intelligence, Queen Mary University of London
  308. Peter Mann, PhD student in complex systems and epidemic spreading, University of St Andrews.
  309. Xiangnan Feng, Visiting Ph.D. student in Mathematics, City University of London
  310. Bang Cong Huynh, PhD Student in Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  311. Wanli Chang, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of York
  312. Chi Hieu Le, BEng, MEng, MSc, PGCHE, CEng, DrEng, FHEA, MIMechE, Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Engineering and Science, University of Greenwich
  313. Francesca Panero, PhD student in Statistics, University of Oxford
  314. Donato Conteduca, Postdoctoral researcher, University of York 10
  315. Tri Tri Nguyen, Lecturer in Accounting, Brighton Business School, University of Brighton
  316. Eun-jin Kim, Professor of Applied Mathematics and Physics, Fluid and Complex Systems Research Centre, Coventry University
  317. Celine Bouchoux, Principal Laboratory Scientist, The Francis Crick Institute
  318. Adi Armoni, Professor of theoretical physics, Swansea University
  319. Hon Wing Liu, Postdoctoral researcher in biological sciences, Frank Uhlmann lab, Francis crick institute
  320. Valerio Ciotti, Data Scientist at Barclays
  321. Edwin Hancock, Emeritus Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of York
  322. Peter Murray-Rust, DPhil (Oxon) Researcher (Reader Emeritus), Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  323. Luca Passamonti, Senior Clinical Research Associate, University of Cambridge, Department of Clinical Neurosciences
  324. Hakim-Moulay Dehbi, Medical Statistician, University College London
  325. Balazs Szendroi, St Peter's College and Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
  326. Jack Major, PhD student, Francis Crick Institute
  327. Guido Sanguinetti, Professor of Computational Bioinformatics, University of Edinburgh; Professor of Applied Physics and Chair of Data Science SISSA, Trieste, Italy
  328. Aimee Parsons, Post-doctoral Researcher, Vet School, University of Nottingham
  329. Konstanze Rietsch, Professor of Geometry, Deputy Head of Department (Education), Department of Mathematics, King's College London
  330. Owen Williams, Reader in Cancer Biology, Head of Cancer Section, DBC Department, UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, University College London
  331. Qingyuan Zhao, University Lecturer in Statistics, University of Cambridge
  332. Robert Long, Leeds Institute for Data Analytics
  333. Riccardo Marcaccioli, PhD Student Computer Science Department, Financial Computing & Analytics, University College London
  334. Jo Spencer, Professor of Experimental Medicine, King's College London
  335. Rodrigo Cataldi, PhD student, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  336. Emily Lewis-Brown, PhD student in Life Sciences, Imperial College London
  337. Helene Rangone, Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Cambridge
  338. David Phillips, Associate Professor, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Exeter
  339. Patricia Barral, Senior Lecturer in Immunology, King's College London
  340. Margherita Belia, PhD student, Language and Linguistic Science department, University of York
  341. Kevin Lim, PhD student in Physics, University of Cambridge
  342. Bernard S. Kay, Emeritus Professor, Department of Mathematics, University of York
  343. Dr Agnese Serani, PhD student, visitor scientist, The Francis Crick Insitute, London
  344. Ruiz-Hernandez, Senior Lecturer in Management Science, Sheeld University Management School
  345. Joel Dyer, PhD student, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
  346. Yao Zhang, Post-doctoral researcher, School of Engineering and Material Science, Queen Mary University of London 11
  347. Rui Qi Choo, Doctoral Researcher of Applied Linguistics, University of York
  348. Marilyn Vihman, Language and Linguistic Science, University of York
  349. Tamara Bastianello, PhD student, Department of Language and Linguistic Science, University of York
  350. Ilenia Bregoli, Senior Lecturer in Marketing, University of Lincoln
  351. Alex Fink, Reader in Mathematics, Queen Mary University of London
  352. Uliana Bashtanova, Senior PDRA in Cell Physiology, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
  353. Luiza Moore, JSPS Intermediate Research Fellow, Wellcome Sanger Institute, Cambridge
  354. Martina Richeldi, PhD student, The Francis Crick Institute
  355. Enrica Calvani, Senior Laboratory research scientist, The Francis Crick Institute
  356. Jinhuan Pu, PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Queen Mary University of London
  357. William FitzGerald, Postdoctoral research fellow, University of Sussex
  358. Henry Sheehy, PhD student in Physics, School of Physical Sciences, University of Kent
  359. Peter Tennant, University Academic Fellow in Health Data Science, University of Leeds
  360. Minas Karamanis, PhD Researcher in Astrophysics, University of Portsmouth
  361. Nabil Iqbal, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Durham University
  362. Alessio Borz, Phd Student in mathematics, University of Warwick
  363. Steven Groen, PhD student, University of Warwick
  364. Bert Wuyts, Postdoctoral Research Fellow Complex Systems, Exeter University
  365. Jonathan Ben-Artzi, Reader (Associate Professor), School of Mathematics, University of Cardi
  366. Roberto Bellelli, LectureGroup leader, Center for Cancer Cell and Molecular Biology, Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London
  367. Martin Bauer, Assistant Professor in Physics, Durham University
  368. Katy Poncin, Microbiologist at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Oxford
  369. Alex Slavenko, Royal Society Research Associate, Department of Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheeld
  370. Vasiliki Koutsouveli, PhD student , Natural History Museum London
  371. Meghna Kataria, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cell Cycle Control Laboratory, UCL Cancer Institute
  372. Andrea Civilini, PhD student in Complex Systems and Networks, Queen Mary University of London
  373. Sergio Martinez Cuesta, Research associate, Department of Chemistry and Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Institute, University of Cambridge
  374. Elisa Frasnelli, Senior Lecturer in Life Sciences, University of Lincoln
  375. Jonathan Bailey, Postdoctoral fellow, The Francis Crick Institute London
  376. Chunyu Wang, PhD student in Statistics, University of Manchester
  377. Elisabetta Versace, Lecturer in Psychology, Queen Mary University of London; Alan Turing Institute
  378. Rainer Hollerbach, Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Leeds
  379. Lucy Auton DPhil, PDRA and Stipendiary Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford
  380. John Mooney FFPH, Senior Lecturer in Public Health, Hon. Public Health Specialist (Sunderland City Council), Regional Representative (North East England) for Faculty of Public Health, University of Sunderland 12
  381. Jonathan L Heeney, Professor of Comparative Pathology, University of Cambridge
  382. Esma Kurban, PhD student, Dynamical System, Queen Mary University of London
  383. Peter Buneman FRS, Professor of Database Systems LFCS, School of Informatics, University of Edinburgh
  384. William Weimin Yoo, Lecturer in Statistics, Queen Mary University of London
  385. Noor Shamsinar Binti Abd Jalal, Phd Student, Randall Centre, King's College London
  386. Jody Rosenblatt, Professor of Cell Biology, Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine, School of Basic & Medical Biosciences, School of Cancer & Pharmaceutical Sciences, The Randall Institute
  387. Thomas Iskratsch, Senior Lecturer for Bioengineering, Deputy for Research & Industrial Engagement, Division of Bioengineering and Biomaterials, School of Engineering and Materials, Science Queen Mary University of London
  388. Besaiz J Sanchez Sanchez, Research Associate, King's College London
  389. Zhen Yuan, Phd Student, King's College London
  390. Luca Zanotti Fragonara, Lecturer in Applied Articial Intelligence, Craneld University
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  394. Lucrezia Catapano, PhD student in Computational Biology, MRC-LMB/ King's College London
  395. Marija Maric, Postdoctoral Training Fellow, The Francis Crick Institute, London
  396. Antonio Barbalace, Senior Lecturer, The University of Edinburgh
  397. Maro Iliopoulou, PhD student in Biophysics, King's College London
  398. Nicolo Gozzi, PhD student in Network Science, University of Greenwich
  399. Maria Laura Ciusa, Research associate, Institute of Microbiology and Infection, Birmingham University, Birmingham
  400. Zuzana Horejsi, Lecturer in Human Molecular Biology, Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London
  401. Isabella Hofer, Research assistant, Randall Centre for Cell and Molecular Biophysics, King's College London
  402. Sergi Garcia-Manyes, Professor of Biophysics, King's College London
  403. Usama Kadri, Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, School of Mathematics, Cardi University
  404. Vivian Tounta, PhD student, Imperial College London
  405. Xinyu You, PhD student in Mechanical Engineering, Queen Mary University of London
  406. Antonio Moro, Associate Professor and Head of Subject - Mathematics and Statistics, Northumbria University Newcastle
  407. Katerina Kaouri, Lecturer in Applied Mathematics, Cardi University
  408. Ana Ros Camacho, Lecturer in Mathematics, School of Mathematics, Cardi University
  409. Rafael Mart Valls, Technology Transfer Fellow, School of Engineering, Swansea University
  410. Sabrina Tosi, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Division of Biosciences, Brunel University London
  411. Federica Dragoni, Reader in Mathematics, Cardi Univeristy
  412. Gavin Stewart, Director, Evidence Synthesis Lab, School of Natural and Environmental Sciences, Newcastle University 13
  413. Christopher Davies, Reader, School of Mathematics, Cardi University
  414. Roberto Veneziani,Professor of Economics, School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London
  415. Jiaming Shen, PhD student in Statistics, University of Manchester
  416. Andrea Tesei, Reader, Queen Mary University of London
  417. Nicolas Dirr, Professor of Mathematics, Cardi University
  418. Tessa Crompton, Professor of Experimental Immunology, GOS Institute of Child Health, University College London
  419. Luigi Ventimiglia, Senior Lecturer, School of Economics and Finance, Queen Mary University of London
  420. Sam Gunningham, Research Associate in Mathematics, Kings College London
  421. Edgar Herrera Delgado, PhD Student, The Francis Crick Institute & King's College London
  422. Haider Tari, PhD Student, Institute of Cancer Research
  423. Daniela Tavasci, School of Economic and Finance, Queen Mary University of London
  424. Alberto Cassar, Phd Student in Mathematics, University of Warwick
  425. Matteo Capoferri, Research Associate in Mathematical Analysis, School of Mathematics, Cardi University
  426. Francesca De Domenico, Junior Research Fellow, University of Cambridge
  427. Rosa Mayela Romero Gomez, PhD student in Physics, King's College London
  428. Carl Turner, Research Fellow in Theoretical Physics, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge
  429. Diana Yanez M, Research Fellow, Infection, Immunity and In ammation Research & Teaching Department, UCL GOS Institute of Child Health
  430. Matthias Krause, Senior Lecturer, Randall Centre for Cell & Molecular Biophysics, King's College London
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2020.02.26 09:19 gibbonsray1 A Brief History of Aylesbury

AYLESBURY IN THE MIDDLE AGES Aylesbury started as a Saxon settlement called Angel’s burgh. Burgh may be a Saxon word sense fort or fortified settlement. it's possible Saxon Aylesbury had a ditch and earth rampart with a wooden palisade on top. By the 11th century, Aylesbury had a mint and doubtless had a weekly market. However, Aylesbury was no quite an outsized village with a population of a couple of hundred. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury remained an outsized village instead of a town. Most of the people in Aylesbury made their living from farming instead of from the industry. However, Medieval Aylesbury was an office. due to its weekly market, it served as a focus for the encompassing villages. From the 13th century, Aylesbury also had 2 fairs. within the Middle, Ages fairs were like markets but they were held just one occasion a year for a couple of days. People would come from everywhere Buckinghamshire to shop for and sell at an Aylesbury fair. In the late 14th century Franciscan friars arrived in Aylesbury. Friars were like monks but rather than withdrawing from the planet they went bent preach. Franciscans were called grey friars due to the color of their costumes. within the Middle Ages, there was also a leper hospital just outside Aylesbury dedicated to St Leonard. AYLESBURY 1500-1800 In the 1530s Henry VIII closed the friary in Aylesbury and it had been made into a personal house. Then within the 17th century John Hampden the local MP became a hero because he refused to pay customs, a tax wont to fund the navy. (Traditionally this tax was only raised in counties with a coast, not inland counties). In 1642 came the war between king and parliament. Generally, the people of Aylesbury supported parliament. However, in November 1642, a royalist army occupied the town. Then came the battle of Aylesbury. Parliament sent a military towards Aylesbury and therefore the royalists visited meet them at Holmans Bridge. the lads of Aylesbury formed a militia, which attacked the royalists from behind. The royalists were defeated and were forced to escape. Parliament managed to carry on to Aylesbury for the remainder of the war. In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, there was a lace-making industry in Aylesbury. But it had been the sole significant industry within the town. there have been some craftsmen like carpenters, butchers, bakers, and blacksmiths serving the area people but that's all. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury continued as an outsized village instead of a town with many of its inhabitants farming the encompassing land. Some were craftsmen. Aylesbury was also a training town. it had been on several important routes and lots of stagecoaches stopped at the town’s inns. Alfred the good made Buckingham the shire town of Buckinghamshire in 888. However, in 1725 a fireplace destroyed much of the town and therefore the county government was switched to Aylesbury. The old County Hall was built about 1740. within the 18th century, Aylesbury became famous for the local breed of duck. AYLESBURY within the 19th CENTURY Aylesbury grew much bigger within the 19th century. In 1801 the population of Aylesbury was 3,186. it might seem tiny to us but by the standards of the time, it had been a little town. By 1831 the population had reached 4,907. A canal was dug to Aylesbury in 1814. In Eighteen-Thirty-Nine Aylesbury was interlinked to the London to Birmingham railway. In 1863 it had been connected by rail to High Wycombe. The railway boosted the population of Aylesbury. In 1832 50 people in Aylesbury died in an epidemic of cholera. However, amenities improved within the 19th century Aylesbury. From Eighteen-Thirty-Four the streets of Aylesbury were lit by gas. An infirmary opened in 1833. It later became the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital. the primary police was formed in 1837. A cemetery opened in 1857. In 1867 a waterworks opened and therefore the town soon had a piped water system. Also within the 1860s, a network of sewers was built. The famous tower was inbuilt 1876 and public baths were inbuilt 1895. Meanwhile in 1894 Aylesbury was made an urban district council. In the early Nineteenth Century, the lace industry died out of the track but there was a silk (fabric) industry in Aylesbury. Other industries were printing and brewing. within the late 19th century milk was made in Aylesbury. However, Victorian Aylesbury remained a town instead of a producing center. In 1865 an exchange was built where grain might be bought and sold and Aylesbury continued to be famous for its ducks. AYLESBURY within the 20th CENTURY In 1901 Aylesbury had a population of 9,240. During the 20th century conditions in Aylesbury continued to enhance. A museum opened in Aylesbury in 1908 and in 1912 a statue of John Hampden was erected within the town. Furthermore, Aylesbury gained an electricity supply in 1915. Then in 1917 Aylesbury was made a borough. In 1920 the council began building Southcourt Estate. it had been greatly expanded within the 1950s. Meanwhile, Vale open-air swimming bath opened in 1935. Stoke Mandeville Hospital opened in 1940. Aylesbury tech opened in 1947. In 1951 the population of Aylesbury was still only 21,240 but in 1952 it had been agreed it might become an overspill town for London. The population of Aylesbury then boomed. Meanwhile, Grange school opened in 1954. In 1966 a replacement County Hall was built and Friars Square was created. In 1974 Aylesbury was made a part of Aylesbury Vale Council. The Civic Centre was inbuilt 1975. Hale Leys plaza opened in 1983. The open-air market was pedestrianized in 1984. In 1987 the cattle market closed, a sure sign Aylesbury had ceased to be a rural town. The Friars Square plaza closed for refurbishment within the early 1990s. It re-opened in 1993.
AYLESBURY IN THE 21ST CENTURY In the 21st century, Aylesbury continued to thrive. Bourg Walk Bridge opened in 2009. Waterside Theatre opened in Aylesbury opened in 2010. Today the population of Aylesbury is 56,000.
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2020.02.26 09:18 gibbonsray1 Best things to do in Aylesbury

The shire town of Buckinghamshire is on the sting of the Chiltern Hills within the Aylesbury Vale’s verdant farmland. Aylesbury has some strong regional attractions just like the County Museum, alongside a state-of-the-art theatre that opened in 2010. The children’s author Roald Dahl was a Buckinghamshire resident and is remembered with an exquisite hands-on children’s gallery, attached to the County Museum. Aylesbury features a place in pop history, because the Friars Club here welcomed a number of the most important music acts of the 70s, and was where David Bowie performed as Ziggy Stardust for the primary time. There’s a lovingly rendered statue for Bowie under the exchange on the open-air market. Let’s explore the simplest things to try to to in Aylesbury: 1. Buckinghamshire County Museum 📷 This museum explores many strands of Buckinghamshire’s human and explanation and is housed during a row of lovely flat-fronted buildings on Church Street. The oldest portion of the complex may be a timber-framed guildhall from the 16th-century, with rare murals intact. The museum has exhibitions for archaeology, industrial history, textiles, agriculture, and geology. One of the key pieces may be a Cubitt car, manufactured in Aylesbury within the 1920s and one among only six surviving models within the world. There’s also a little but valuable collection of Egyptology, also as Prehistoric stone tools, Roman coins, and Medieval pottery. The costume collection is vast, spanning 500 years, and there’s an ever-changing exhibition of British painting and sculpture within the Buckinghamshire gallery. In the carriage house behind the museum is that the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery, which we’ll cover later.
2. Market Square 📷 This long, rectangular square within the heart of Aylesbury has fine buildings and interesting pockets of history all around. On the southeast end, besides the striking exchange is that the Aylesbury Crown Court, which shut its doors for the last time in 2018. This Palladian building was completed in 1740, and in 1963 was where the culprits of the good Train Robbery were sentenced. In front of the court may be a statue for the soldier and politician Charles Cavendish, 3rd Baron Chesham, who served within the Second Boer War. The bronze lions beside his statue come from the Rothschild estate at Waddesdon Manor and are here since 1888. At the other end of the square, there’s a narrow passageway through to the King’s Head Inn, one among the oldest pubs within the South of England. Check out the recommended hotels in Aylesbury, England 3.Waddesdon Manor 📷 A miniature Château de Chambord within the Aylesbury Vale, Waddesdon Manor may be a neo-Renaissance mansion built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild between 1874 and 1889. Baron Ferdinand used the house to point out of his invaluable collections of 18th-century French furniture, Beauvais and Gobelins tapestries, Sèvres ceramics, exquisite paneling, Savonnerie carpets and paintings by Reynolds, Gainsborough and 17th-century Dutch masters. Visit the gardens, designed by French landscape gardener Elie Lainé and intended to form an impression on soiree guests, with an extravagant parterre, statuary, and fountains. 4. Buckinghamshire Railway Centre 📷 A few miles into the rolling countryside at Quanton Road railroad station, the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre may be a locomotive museum that opens for Steaming and Static Days. There also are miniature trains operating on lately. On Static Days (Mondays and Tuesdays, also as Wednesdays outside school holidays) you'll still enter the museum’s railway shed to ascertain a powerful sort of steam locomotives, sort of an LSWR 0298 Class from 1874 and an operational Metropolitan Railway E Class inbuilt 1898. Take a glance at the calendar, as there are regular special events, displaying vintage diesel engines, mail vehicles, tractors, and fire engines. 5. The Chilterns 📷 East and south of Aylesbury are that the chalk escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, cutting diagonally across the countryside for nearly 50 miles. The range is conserved as a neighborhood of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers scenic and infrequently stiff bike trails and walking paths. You could head to hike a neighborhood of the Ridgeway, a National Trail following the course of a path along the hilltops that have been walked since Prehistory. View more deals onHotelsCombinedOpens during a new window You won't lose your home on this site 6. Coombe Hill 📷 The highest and perhaps the simplest viewpoint within the Chilterns may be a few short miles south at Coombe Hill. This patch of “Chilterns Countryside” was once ashore owned by Chequers, the country residence for the Prime Minister. 7. Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery 📷 In a handsome former carriage house, the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery harnesses the much-loved author’s books and characters for educational exhibits about literature, history and science. The museum is particularly immersive for teenagers because the exhibits feature art by Quentin Blake, who produced the illustrations for Roald Dahl’s books. Children can discover Willy Wonka’s inventions, study sound with the BFG, crawl through Mr. Fox’s tunnel and study “minibeasts” inside the enormous Peach. There are many interactivities, allowing kids to seem on TV, freeze their own shadow and magnify fleas. The attraction is travel by the Buckinghamshire County Museum and features a shop, peaceful garden and cafe. 8. Waterside Theatre 📷 The marvelous 1,200-seater Waterside Theatre opened in 2010, with a design evoking the rolling Chiltern Hills. Set on the Grand Union Canal, the venue had been within the pipeline for nearly a decade and came at a price of £47 million. This comes with state-of-the-art acoustics which will be adjusted consistent with the event. Every taste is catered for at the Waterside, so there are touring West End musicals, established musicians (pop, jazz and classical), tribute acts, stand-up comedians, opera, ballet, and contemporary dance. You can also watch regular live screenings from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Theatre and therefore the Royal opera. 9. Grand Union Canal 📷 When the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal opened in 1814 it brought the heavy industry to the town for the primary time. There had been an idea to increase the Grand Union Canal through to the Kennet & Avon Canal to the south. This would have created a huge network across the West to Bristol, but this was never realized due to a scarcity of water. The Grand Union Canal is now the preserve of delight boaters and walkers. In September 2018 Aylesbury placed on its inaugural Waterside Festival, with boat trips, live music and a continental market with quite 30 stalls. 10. St Mary the Virgin’s Church On the west shoulder of the town center in an atmospheric graveyard ringed with historic houses, the parish church may be a Grade I-listed building. The site is believed to travel back to Anglo-Saxon times, although this church is rooted within the early 13th century. St Mary’s may be a prominent landmark in Aylesbury, with a fine tower that you simply can see from almost anywhere within the town. That spire is assumed to be the 17th-century and dates from the reign of Charles II. Head in to ascertain the 14th-century chapel, which is on the north transept and features a remarkable sedilla (stone seat) with an arch. Also within the north transept, you’ll find a stunning 17th-century alabaster monument to a Sir Lee, Master of the Armouries under Elizabeth I.
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2020.02.26 09:14 gibbonsray1 Best Restaurants in Aylesbury

Fine dining 📷 Buckinghamshire may be a beautiful county, boasting a various range of restaurants to cater for each taste and budget, from pub fare to fine dining and world cuisine. So let’s start with its excellent pubs – and what's a rambling enter Bucks’ leafy countryside without a delicious plate of pub grub at the end? Long gone are the times when this meant a greasy burger and crisps (served outside if you were a youngster) – now you’re much more likely to seek out a roaring fire, a comfortable snug, a warm welcome to families and award-winning cuisine to boot! Of course, there are way too many excellent pubs with good grub to say during this guide, but here are just a couple of of the best: Right at the highest of the county, in Olney, a replacement pub and eatery have just blossomed. The Cherry Tree– named after the town’s legendary Cherry Fair – has undergone a £2m development, converting the elegant Grade 2-listed house from a care home to a 100-cover restaurant. But you’ll find no over-boiled veg here, just an honest selection of Mediterranean-inspired food served all day. The Five Elms in Weedon, near Aylesbury, recently came top within the (constantly-changing) TripAdvisor rankings, out-listing some heavy-duty competition. The pub serves traditional English favorites like steak and kidney pudding to the very best standard. Still in Aylesbury is that the Pointer – a restaurant, bar, butchers, and farm. Nearby in Dinton, The Seven Stars pub may be a big hit with the locals – such a lot in order that they rallied together and purchased it collectively in 2011 when it had been threatened with closure. Since then it's gone from strength to strength – it's had an entire overhaul and now offers a tasty selection of ‘English with slightly of French’ local produce. The Saracen’s Head Inn Bar & Restaurant in Amersham may be a charming old building with a standard menu. Visitors rave about the Sunday lunches. A bonus is that diners can stay overnight at one among the charming rooms, just be careful about the ghost (really!). Staying in Amersham, we discover twice-Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar’s latest restaurant, Hawkyns, at The Crown Inn – a reasonably 16th-century former coaching inn. Opened in 2017, Hawkyns’ menu intertwines British and Indian flavors – expect delicious treats like heritage beetroot with avocado and pomegranate chaat and cauliflower velouté. Charming venues, unconventional menus 📷 Over in Long Crendon, The Mole and Chicken have made an honest name for itself. The charming pub, built-in 1831, features wonky low ceilings, a huge fire, and an excellent garden. The menu is interesting, starting from classics to dishes influenced by Asia and Lebanon. Don’t fancy driving home? There are modern bedrooms within the adjoining house. In Mentmore, near Leighton Buzzard, we discover the superb The Stag Inn – local pub, barroom, and restaurant all under one roof. cannon fodder, delicious chips, excellent pineapple carpaccio, and coconut ice cream… what’s to not like? a touch further up the road is that the Old Swan in Cheddington. This picturesque thatched Grade 2-listed pub is about 10 minutes’ walk from the Grand Union canal so it's fashionable hungry walkers. Although the menu is sort of respectable, a fun nod to the workaday pub fare we all love is well represented. to not be confused with The Old Swan in Great Missenden, an intimate 16th-century inn within the pretty little hamlet of Swan Bottom. The tree-lined tavern is that the perfect place to relax on warmer days and, when it’s really cold outside, the roaring fire is as mesmerizing as any pub TV. The menu, while offering pub classics, maybe a cut above. Another swan, this point the Swan Inn within the pretty village of Denham, certainly has curb appeal. The Georgian wisteria-clad pub may be a magnet for ‘refugees from the large Smoke’ who bombard on the A40. All the food is freshly made and changes in line with the seasons, and therefore the menu includes that grail, an honest vegetarian option (this month sweet corn fritters with courgette, rocket, home-made ricotta, toasted pine nuts, and chili dressing). They even have gluten and dairy-free options. A warm welcome awaits beat the family-run Chequers Inn, Wooburn Common. The 17th-century coaching inn is sited alongside The Chiltern Loop, meaning it's even as likely to be filled with muddy families as wedding parties and businessmen. It’s genius small plates make a perfect child’s meal, snack or an easy meal, counting on one’s appetite! Just round the corner in Beaconsfield lies The Royal Standard of England, the country’s oldest public house with a quaint, olde-worlde interior and hearty home-cooked food. High Wycombe; Crooked Billet, Newton Longville; The Royal Oak, Bovingdon Green; The Kings Head – Ivinghoe and therefore the White Horse, Hedgerley. Award-winning restaurants 📷 A fairly recent addition to the gastropub armory has been Tom Kerridge’s The Coach in Marlow. Kerridge took on the location in 2014 and has already turned it into one among the country’s top eating destinations, serving up a menu of small, tapas-style dishes – it recently placed number five within the Top 50 Gastropubs of 2018 and was awarded a Michelin star in 2017. The Coach operates a strict no-reservations policy. Kerridge has also recently opened The Butcher’s Tap in Marlow, which is butchers and pubs during the day, before turning into a pub serving a little selection of food within the evening. But his flagship is that the Hand & Flowers, Marlow, that you would like to book months beforehand. It's the primary pub within the UK to possess been awarded two stars within the Michelin Guide and is additionally the proud holder of 4 AA rosettes. Stay overnight in one among the eight suites situated nearby or book a facial or massage within the new therapy space. Other eateries to urge a Michelin mention include The Jolly Cricketers at Seer Green, which won a Bib Gourmand within the Guide in 2012. The award singles this pub out as ‘an inspectors’ favorite, offering good food at moderate prices’. The Hundred Of Ashendon opened in 2013 and in two short years won its Bib Gourmand in recognition of the superb cooking and reasonable prices. The Three Oaks, Gerrards Cross, (which features a sister ‘Oak’ in Cookham called The oak and a replacement sister in Beaconsfield called No.5) received its Bib Gourmand in 2014. and therefore the Russell Arms, Butlers Cross, gained its Bib in 2017 for its good value, good quality fare. It’s worth noting other Michelin-starred restaurants are often found in nearby Berkshire. In Bray, you’ll find not only Michel Roux’s famous Waterside Inn but also Heston Blumenthal’s triple, The Fat Duck, The Crown, and therefore the Hinds Head. The Royal Oak at Paley St and therefore the oak can both be found in Maidenhead. Plans are ongoing for an additional Roux restaurant, this point in Taplow. Over in Bedfordshire, you’ll find Alan Murchison’s Paris House set within the glorious deer park of Woburn Park. Fine dining is often found everywhere Bucks, however, and none more so than in Marlow. one among its newest restaurants is a component of a rather swanky chain. Opened in 2014 by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, Sindhu offers ‘the absolute best of traditional Indian cuisine during a contemporary manner’. Cooking is subtle, with variations on the familiar – its grilled meats are the most important draw. Indecisive? Then treat yourself to the nine-course tasting menu. Elliot – features sociably round tables with high-backed chairs to offer a way of privacy and spaciousness. Food is local, daily-sourced produce cooked within the modern British style. A seven-course gourmand menu is out there. the ultimate big hitter in Marlow’s canon is that the Oak Room at Danesfield House. A romantic light-paneled dining room, you'll sink into your large, comfortable armchair and luxuriate in the chef’s delicious combat classic French cuisine. Moving along the county, but only slightly, to Humphry’s at Stoke Park, Stoke Poges. Under the guidance of chef Chris Wheeler, this elegant restaurant was awarded five AA red stars in 2013 – the very best accolade is given to hotels by the renowned guide series. Over in Old Amersham, we discover a restaurant never lacking within the ‘wow factor’, Artichoke. The superb modern European cuisine and calming atmosphere are liable for the Artichoke winning a number of accolades, including being named AA Restaurant of the Year for England and last placing 36th within the Top 50 UK Restaurants Good Food Guide 2018. Indian restaurants and world cuisine 📷 Every county claims its share of fabulous Indian restaurants, and Bucks is not any exception. Here’s a number of the foremost talked-about: Heston Blumenthal is famously keen on the fabulous Maliks in Cookham (also Marlow and Gerrards Cross). Upmarket yet cozy, it takes Indian cuisine to the subsequent level with a carefully considered presentation. The Spice Merchant also can be found in Cookham, and also in Old Beaconsfield. It’s is another contemporary Indian – aim to take a seat within the pleasant conservatory. Milton Keynes is home to a number of quality Indian establishments – a recent poll of TripAdvisor reviewers listed four of them in its top 20 restaurants within the whole of Bucks! Look out for the Ganges Lounge, Naidni, The Grange, Jaflong, and Jaipur. We’d need an entirely new book to list the superb world cuisines on offer within the county. except for starters look out for the Blue Mountain Yard, Milton Keynes. Its Jamaican food set during a local cafe has people returning again and again for its home-cooked quality fare. Worthwhile for the sparkling bar, garden, crystal-studded leather areas, and therefore the unique loo set-up. new Beaconsfield is another Thai that's always fashionable its tapas-style sharing menu, the Giggling Squid (also found in Marlow). Also new Beaconsfield, Prime Steak and Grill, a haven for carnivores. Canaletto may be a very decent Italian restaurant in Kingswood, near Aylesbury. Authentic food and fresh seasonal produce. Likewise Di Paolo, Gerrards Cross, a family-run restaurant that's said to ‘rival the absolute best eateries in London’. Also see Martini in Leighton Buzzard, great food and in weather, you’ll desire you’ve stepped into a touch a part of Italy in its lovely covered courtyard. For French classics, head for nice Missenden to the intimate La Petite Auberge, or maybe Raymond Blanc’s mini-me Brasserie Blanc in Milton Keynes or Beaconsfield. Dishes are unfussy brasserie fare – pan-fried wild mushrooms with garlic toast to start out and Cumberland sausage with bubble and squeak to follow. Finally, no guide to food in Bucks is complete without our staple: the tea. The Tin Kitchen, High Wycombe. Bon appétit!
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London is one of the most vibrant cities in the world and, with Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd to assist you to plan your day efficiently and to ensure that your group doesn’t miss out on what London has to offer. We also offer tours to Stonehenge & Bath, The Cotswolds tour, Peak district tour, lake district tour, Oxford tour & Bicester Village shopping trip.

Events & Festivals

Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd wants to be a part of the biggest day of your life. You need to take the stress out of your wedding day, leave the transport to us. We have experience in transporting all guests to and from the church to the reception and then to hotels at the end of the night. We cover transportation to all major events in the UK from Glastonbury, Royal Ascot races, Airshows to sporting events such as Rugby at Twickenham stadium, to cricket at Edgbaston.

School Trips

We have established a leading reputation based on the quality and reliability of the coach Hire services we offer throughout the home-counties and Oxon, however, what you may not realize is that we also provide transport for schools. This has proved extremely useful when it comes to organizing daily trips to and from school, swimming trips, and school educational trips.

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2020.02.26 09:13 gibbonsray1 A Brief History of Aylesbury

AYLESBURY IN THE MIDDLE AGES Aylesbury started as a Saxon settlement called Angel’s burgh. Burgh may be a Saxon word sense fort or fortified settlement. it's possible Saxon Aylesbury had a ditch and earth rampart with a wooden palisade on top. By the 11th century, Aylesbury had a mint and doubtless had a weekly market. However, Aylesbury was no quite an outsized village with a population of a couple of hundred. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury remained an outsized village instead of a town. Most of the people in Aylesbury made their living from farming instead of from the industry. However, Medieval Aylesbury was an office. due to its weekly market, it served as a focus for the encompassing villages. From the 13th century, Aylesbury also had 2 fairs. within the Middle, Ages fairs were like markets but they were held just one occasion a year for a couple of days. People would come from everywhere Buckinghamshire to shop for and sell at an Aylesbury fair. In the late 14th century Franciscan friars arrived in Aylesbury. Friars were like monks but rather than withdrawing from the planet they went bent preach. Franciscans were called grey friars due to the color of their costumes. within the Middle Ages, there was also a leper hospital just outside Aylesbury dedicated to St Leonard. AYLESBURY 1500-1800 In the 1530s Henry VIII closed the friary in Aylesbury and it had been made into a personal house. Then within the 17th century John Hampden the local MP became a hero because he refused to pay customs, a tax wont to fund the navy. (Traditionally this tax was only raised in counties with a coast, not inland counties). In 1642 came the war between king and parliament. Generally, the people of Aylesbury supported parliament. However, in November 1642, a royalist army occupied the town. Then came the battle of Aylesbury. Parliament sent a military towards Aylesbury and therefore the royalists visited meet them at Holmans Bridge. the lads of Aylesbury formed a militia, which attacked the royalists from behind. The royalists were defeated and were forced to escape. Parliament managed to carry on to Aylesbury for the remainder of the war. In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, there was a lace-making industry in Aylesbury. But it had been the sole significant industry within the town. there have been some craftsmen like carpenters, butchers, bakers, and blacksmiths serving the area people but that's all. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury continued as an outsized village instead of a town with many of its inhabitants farming the encompassing land. Some were craftsmen. Aylesbury was also a training town. it had been on several important routes and lots of stagecoaches stopped at the town’s inns. Alfred the good made Buckingham the shire town of Buckinghamshire in 888. However, in 1725 a fireplace destroyed much of the town and therefore the county government was switched to Aylesbury. The old County Hall was built about 1740. within the 18th century, Aylesbury became famous for the local breed of duck. AYLESBURY within the 19th CENTURY Aylesbury grew much bigger within the 19th century. In 1801 the population of Aylesbury was 3,186. it might seem tiny to us but by the standards of the time, it had been a little town. By 1831 the population had reached 4,907. A canal was dug to Aylesbury in 1814. In Eighteen-Thirty-Nine Aylesbury was interlinked to the London to Birmingham railway. In 1863 it had been connected by rail to High Wycombe. The railway boosted the population of Aylesbury. In 1832 50 people in Aylesbury died in an epidemic of cholera. However, amenities improved within the 19th century Aylesbury. From Eighteen-Thirty-Four the streets of Aylesbury were lit by gas. An infirmary opened in 1833. It later became the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital. the primary police was formed in 1837. A cemetery opened in 1857. In 1867 a waterworks opened and therefore the town soon had a piped water system. Also within the 1860s, a network of sewers was built. The famous tower was inbuilt 1876 and public baths were inbuilt 1895. Meanwhile in 1894 Aylesbury was made an urban district council. In the early Nineteenth Century, the lace industry died out of the track but there was a silk (fabric) industry in Aylesbury. Other industries were printing and brewing. within the late 19th century milk was made in Aylesbury. However, Victorian Aylesbury remained a town instead of a producing center. In 1865 an exchange was built where grain might be bought and sold and Aylesbury continued to be famous for its ducks. AYLESBURY within the 20th CENTURY In 1901 Aylesbury had a population of 9,240. During the 20th century conditions in Aylesbury continued to enhance. A museum opened in Aylesbury in 1908 and in 1912 a statue of John Hampden was erected within the town. Furthermore, Aylesbury gained an electricity supply in 1915. Then in 1917 Aylesbury was made a borough. In 1920 the council began building Southcourt Estate. it had been greatly expanded within the 1950s. Meanwhile, Vale open-air swimming bath opened in 1935. Stoke Mandeville Hospital opened in 1940. Aylesbury tech opened in 1947. In 1951 the population of Aylesbury was still only 21,240 but in 1952 it had been agreed it might become an overspill town for London. The population of Aylesbury then boomed. Meanwhile, Grange school opened in 1954. In 1966 a replacement County Hall was built and Friars Square was created. In 1974 Aylesbury was made a part of Aylesbury Vale Council. The Civic Centre was inbuilt 1975. Hale Leys plaza opened in 1983. The open-air market was pedestrianized in 1984. In 1987 the cattle market closed, a sure sign Aylesbury had ceased to be a rural town. The Friars Square plaza closed for refurbishment within the early 1990s. It re-opened in 1993.
AYLESBURY IN THE 21ST CENTURY In the 21st century, Aylesbury continued to thrive. Bourg Walk Bridge opened in 2009. Waterside Theatre opened in Aylesbury opened in 2010. Today the population of Aylesbury is 56,000.
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Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd is your one-stop destination for booking coaches, minibus hire with the chauffeur. With a full Mercedes fleet, we aim to ensure that our customers experience the utmost comfort when traveling with us.We are based in Buckinghamshire but offer our minibus hire services with a driver in Bucks, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Oxfordshire, and North London.Our Mercedes fleet ranges from 8 seat mini buses to 22 seat coaches, all of which are executive vehicles with a large luggage area and air conditioning. Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd vehicles might be luxurious but that doesn’t mean we don’t offer value for money. Take a look at our vehicles page to see which one would suit your needs.

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Airport Transfer

We operate to and from all London airports including London Heathrow airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, London Luton Airport, London City Airport, Birmingham Airport, Manchester Airport, and East midlands. We provide transfer service to other UK airports, UK Cruise Ports, and UK Sea Ports, etc.

Corporate Travel

We are able to meet all of your corporate travel needs. Whether you need our services on a regular (contract) basis or are planning for a one-day charter journey we can help you. Ask about our vehicle amenities that can cater to your desire for driving productivity while on the road.

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2019.08.26 11:38 merissadennis The Aetiology of 'Aerotoxic Syndrome'- A Toxico- Pathological Viewpoint-Juniper Publishers

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Background

The term 'aerotoxic syndrome' was coined in 2000 [1] to describe a collection of predominantly neurological and respiratory signs and symptoms found in some commercial aircrew, which includes pilots and cabin crew. From the 1950's, aircraft were redesigned to provide pressurized cabin air directly from the compressor stage of the engine, known as bleed air. This allowed for the fuel consuming turbo compressors used prior to that date to be dispensed with. However, it also led to the exposure of aircrew and passengers to fugitive emissions from aircraft engines. This bleed air remains, to date, supplied to the cabin unfiltered.
Gas turbine engines require the use of vapors-phase lubricants, including additives, which can withstand the extremely high operating temperatures and pressures found in normal use. The most widely used anti-wear additive is tri- cresylphosphate (TCP), an organophosphate compound which is neuro toxic. TCP used in gas turbine lubricating oils is not pure but comes as a technical grade complex mixture of isomers and other associated triaryl phosphate (TAP) compounds. The complexity of this mixture is further enhanced by an ester base stock, amine antioxidants, proprietary ingredients and the addition of pyrolosis products, as the oil ages through use.
There are two main exposure scenarios:
  1. acute higher dose 'fume events’ where there is generally only a detectable odour and, on occasion, a visible haze. These are associated with acute irritation of mucosa, primarily of the respiratory system, eye irritation, breathing problems and nausea. Acute neurological /neuro behavioral side effects have also been reported, ranging from mild headache, cognitive problems, dizziness to incapacitation.
  2. chronic repeated low-dose exposure of aircrew on a day to day basis to a complex mixture of fugitive jet engine emissions. The current design of the majority of commercial airliners guarantees this continual background exposure because all oil seals 'weep' small amounts of lubricant in normal operation [2]. The exposure times can amount cumulatively to thousands of hours per individual. Frequent flyer passengers would also accumulate large numbers of hours of exposure, though not to the same extent as professional aircrew. The symptoms reported are predominantly neurological and respiratory and tend to be diffuse in nature. They include inability to concentrate, memory problems, breathing problems, headache, fatigue, numbness, tingling, confusion, dizziness, cardiovascular effects and performance decrement. These symptoms setting out a clear pattern of acute and longer-term effects, in many cases supported by medical findings and diagnoses, have been reviewed recently by Michaelis, Burdon and Howard [3].
Currently:
  1. On the one hand there are a number of aircrew who have been acutely impaired in flight incidents, with others becoming chronically ill, many of whom have had to retire as a result. This is acknowledged by many aircrew organizations and some doctors and scientists.
  2. On the other hand, arguments are put forward that the levels of contaminants in aircraft cabin air are too low to be able to cause the illnesses complained of, which are largely dismissed as being psychological/psychiatric in nature, common in the general population or, alternatively, as hyperventilation. This opposed position is acknowledged by a number of airline operators, aircraft manufacturers, some scientists and regulatory and airline industry bodies. It is that conundrum which this paper addresses.

Aetiological Considerations

There is an enormous literature on the acute toxicity of organo-phosphate pesticides and nerve gas agents through acetyl-cholinesterase inhibition, which will already be familiar to the readership. This aspect was reviewed by the UK Committee on Toxicity in the context of cabin air quality [4]. They concluded, considering only the one isomer tri-orthocresyl phosphate (TOCP), that it would not cause organo-phosphate delayed neuropathy (OPIDN), which is acknowledged to be a sequel of high dose exposure involving acetyl-cholinesterase inhibition. However, OPIDN is definitely not the clinical picture observed in Aerotoxic Syndrome [3].
The effect of repeated low dose OP exposure has been reviewed by Terry [5]. He describes a number of mechanisms by which OPs can cause harm at exposure levels below those required to cause lowering of acetylcholine esterase. These include covalent binding of OPs to tyrosine and lysine residues, which suggests that numerous proteins can be modified by OPs. In addition, the mechanisms of oxidative stress and neuro inflammation and the known OP targets of motor proteins, neuronal cytoskeleton, axonal transport, neurotrophins and mitochondria. This type of exposure has been associated with prolonged impairments in attention, memory, and other domains of cognition, as well as some chronic illnesses where these symptoms are manifested, precisely the spectrum of symptoms reported for air crew by Michaelis et al. [3]. A more recent paper by Terry's group [6], detected antero grade axonal transport deficits associated with the oxon metabolite of chlorpyrifos at 0.1nM in vitro, in cultured embryonic rat neurons, a very low concentration.
The clinical picture is further complicated by at least three factors:
  1. the complexity of the mixture to which air crew are being exposed. Some work has been done on the enhancement of OP toxicity in mixtures [7] and it is clear that the traditional 'one chemical at a time' toxicology will not suffice.
  2. The wide variability between individuals to metabolize and detoxify OP compounds. A good example of this is provided by studies on British farm workers who developed 'dippers flu' as a consequence of handling OP sheep dips. A paper by Cherry et al showed that R allele at position 192 on PON1 was associated with a higher probability of illness from dippers flu’s [8].
  3. Low dose repeated exposure to OPs has been demonstrated in vitro to increase the vulnerability of neurons to a subsequent high dose event [9]. Thus the prospect of an 'acute-on-chronic' mechanism must be considered, where those cumulatively pre-exposed for hundreds or thousands of hours would be more vulnerable to harm from a subsequent high dose fume event.

Discussion

There is no dispute about the fact that fugitive jet engine emissions are found in aircraft cabin bleed air. The recent detailed study investigating the pattern of effects, findings and diagnoses, was supported by maintenance investigations confirming oil fume leakage in 87% of the identified incident cases with suspected oil contamination in another 7% [3]. The difficulty in maintenance investigations identifying the oil leakage sources has been acknowledged within the aviation industry, along with recognition [10] of permanent low-level oil leakage with additional discontinuous fume events sourced to engine oil leakage. However, there is debate about the significance of this. When there is a differential susceptibility of various exposure groups to harm then we have to seek an explanation, this is one of the tenets of occupational medicine. What is observed is an increased vulnerability of aircrew, when compared with passengers, to the set of signs and symptoms collectively known as aero toxic syndrome. This is seen after reported acute fume events as well as in the absence of high dose events. An Airbus A380 diverted into Vancouver due to 'toxic gas type fumes', with 25 crew taken to hospital [11]. Fumes on a Boeing 767 with a confirmed oil leak led to crews being hospitalized with 5 of the 6 crew, including the 2 pilots, no longer able to fly [12]. Other reports commonly refer to chronic lower-dose exposures [13].
Following the logic of Sir Bradford Hill in considering causation: Temporality-Aero-toxic syndrome was never reported prior to the introduction of engine bleed air pressurization systems, though it was detected soon afterwards [14]; it is biologically plausible that the mixture of chemicals in bleed air, many of which are known neuro-toxins, could lead to the symptoms described; animal experimental data supports the diagnosis [5]; there is epidemiological evidence [3] to support the causation argument. Specificity -The fact that the symptomatology is rather non-specific is seized upon to explain clinical findings as being of a psychological/psychiatric nature, rather than an organic illness. However, consistency of the pattern of symptoms exists, supporting an organic aetiology [3].
On the balance of probabilities, a causal link between repeated exposure to a low dose mixture of fugitive turbine engine oil emissions, based on current scientific knowledge, seems more likely than not and, in our opinion therefore, to be responsible for aero-toxic syndrome.
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2018.11.19 18:18 RamblePak64 The Comprehensive Harborside Hotel Info and Planning Thread

Hello everyone! Last year I stayed at the Harborside Hotel and was pleasantly surprised at how much I didn't mind it. While it wasn't as ideal as staying in the Harbor itself, it didn't really interfere too deeply with my enjoyment of the convention. However, my friends and I did some research beforehand to make sure we had the best method of transportation set up. With that in mind, I wanted to help create a thread for those that are staying at Harborside Hotel for the first time, be it in terms of transportation, parking, or simply a place to meet up with others. With that said, let's get to the most important information.
I will try to update this thread as contributors in the comments provide new, corrected, or updated information.

TRANSPORTATION

Harborside Hotel has free parking itself, and last year seemed to have ample spaces to take advantage of. However, there are three separate options for transportation into National Harbor and the Gaylord.
DRIVING YOURSELF
National Harbor actually allows you to pre-pay for parking spaces in their Mariner, Fleet, and St. George parking garages. They cost $20 ($22 after fees) per day, and it is one-time use. So if you park at 11am and then at 3pm decide you need to leave, your spot is gone and you'd have to pay again. This is an expensive route to take, but might be best if you have a cosplay that requires you to change at the hotel in order to survive the cold (just try and establish contacts within the hotel for ideal changing conditions, and friends capable of carrying things back to the car for you).
I am uncertain if you will be charged for an additional day should you remain after midnight, and therefore roll into the next day. I will update with information as soon as I can, as the phone lines are evidently too busy for me to call right now.
I have never parked in the Gaylord Lot, so I am unfamiliar how swiftly that lot fills up or how much it would cost. My guess is, unless you're able to drive to the Gaylord early in the morning, it's going to be a race to see who can get themselves a spot.
HOTEL SHUTTLE
Harborside Hotel has a shuttle service that runs from 10am to 10pm Sunday through Thursday, then 12pm to 12am Friday and Saturday. The last pick up from National Harbor is 9:45pm and 11:45pm, respectively. This is not the worst option for getting to National Harbor, but they only have one shuttle and it can fill up pretty swiftly. Try to be courteous to your fellow attendees and don't try and shove your way onto the shuttle first. This is the least tempting offer for a return route, however.
NH1 PUBLIC BUS
I'm pretty sure my friends and I used the NH1 last year to go to and from the convention center. The bus is not free, so you'll want to get yourself a SmarTrip card. It looks like refilling it online is a pain in the butt, and the local pharmacies that distributed the card last year no longer seem to do so. It's probably for the best to just order a (new) card online ahead of time.
While we also used the hotel shuttle, the public bus was sometimes more convenient, especially for returning to the hotel. The schedule PDF unfortunately isn't precise with its times or stops, as it doesn't list Harborside Hotel specifically on its timetable. You'll also need to be careful on a return trip to pull the cable alerting the driver that you'll need to stop at Harborside, so be careful to watch the horizon for the hotel and tug that chord to let 'em know you need to get off. It's not too bad and there's plenty of time to see the hotel, but it is not a common stop.
The bus stop is across the street from the Harborside Hotel, and there will be a sign with "NH1" on it. You'll be dropped off a couple blocks away from the Gaylord at St. George Blvd. and Waterfront Street. This is where you'll want to be for a trip back to the hotel. Again, look for the sign with NH1 on it, and be sure to check which bus has NH1 on its lit-up display.
The last ride back to Harborside on Mon. through Thurs. is 11:45pm. Last ride Friday and Saturday is 12:15pm.
UBER OR LYFT
The major problem with the shuttle or bus is that you have a curfew, and being a 24-hour convention that means you might miss out on a lot of the fun. Especially Thursday night, as MAGProm runs pretty late if I recall correctly. Even if you can drive yourself and get a parking spot in National Harbor, those 21+ may be in need of or not wish to be designated driver of the night. So it pays to see if your phone can run the Uber or Lyft apps and have them set up so you can pay for a ride.
I myself have never used Uber or Lyft yet, so if anyone has some advice for first-timers feel free to leave them in the comments and I'll compile a list here.

HARBORSIDE HOTEL'S AMENITIES AND FEATURES

Don't worry, this section isn't a commercial. Just information regarding what the hotel has to offer.
BREAKFAST
Everyone gets access to a complimentary breakfast buffet, served Mon. through Fri. 7-9:30am and Saturday and Sunday 7-10:30am. However, if you get there 30 minutes before they close, don't expect much more then scraps. They don't seem equipped for the hungry hordes of MAGFest and assume whatever is out there by then is enough for whoever is left. So unless you can be there around 7-8:30 (9:30 Saturday or Sunday), it might not be worth much of the effort.
This is assuming you want something more than a bagel, though. They'll still have plenty of those, as well as other assorted bread products ready to be toasted, buttered, and jammed.
You receive something of a "ticket" for breakfast, so make sure you have that on you in order to be served.
FITNESS CENTER
I mean, obvious jokes about fitness and MAGFest types, but in case you are the sort to want to get your sweat on there is a "fitness center" in the lower level of the hotel. Step off the elevator, get over your feeling that you just entered a horror film, and turn to the left to find the fitness center. You need your room key to get access, and... well, it's not really much of a fitness center. From my memory it was maybe one bike, one treadmill, and not much in the way of weight machines. It's better than nothing for those looking to keep in shape, but otherwise the real highlight are the complimentary bottles of water stocked in there.
Which also makes it a great place to go if you are in need of H2O and don't feel like paying for it. Just be careful not to grab too much at once or it'll look suspicious, and you never know what sort of consequences the hotel will bring down if they start to feel as if they're being taken advantage of.
PORTUM BACLUB/LOUNGE
I'll be discussing the lounge in more detail later, but in case you want to do some "pre-gaming" or returned from the convention early, there are some activities that go on in their bar area. Thursday is Jazz Night from 7am to 10pm, where they have live jazz performances going on. Friday is Ladies Night from 8pm to 12am. Saturday night is DJ Night from 9pm to 1am. They've also got Happy Hour Saturdays and Brunch Sundays. I don't imagine many will be taking advantage of those, but you never know, right?

FOOD AND SUPPLIES IN THE AREA

So let's say you're at the hotel, you're hungry, but you don't want to pay a lot to have yourself a meal. It turns out there's the Rivertowne Shopping Center right down the road with plenty of shops and restaurants. Subway, IHOP, and Checkers are decently priced, even if they're not the best, most extravagant meals around. There's also a SafeWay for groceries in case you want to purchase more reasonable/healthier food or are in need of other types of products, a CVS Pharmacy, and a Wine & Spirits store for those needing to restock their intoxication supplies.

SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT AND INTERACTION

For the last section here, I wanted to create a list of any desired gatherings people wanted to have. Board games? Animal Crossing Amiibo Card exchange? Aspiring Streamers/YouTubers? Super Smash Bros. players? Just people looking for other like-minded people to chill and chat with? This is the thread. NOTE THAT I WOULD RATHER PEOPLE NOT TRY AND ORGANIZE HOOK-UPS OR OTHER SUCH THINGS IN THIS THREAD! There are places for that I'm sure, but I want to make sure everyone here feels comfortable to say "Hey, I'd like to meet up with people".
SO LET'S TALK ABOUT THAT LOUNGE
Just look at that lounge. Perfect for gatherings and board games and the like, isn't it? The problem are all those events I noted earlier. According to the hotel staffer I spoke with, the music during Ladies Night and DJ Night are going to be loud in those spaces, which means it might not be ideal for gatherings. Now, this may not seem like much of a big deal since most people will be seeing the concerts in National Harbor, but when you combine that with bus schedules or people that may not be interested in those bands, then you can limit the social possibilities in the hotel.
Nevertheless, I still think it's a space that could be used for socializing, should people wish to do so. I don't think there will be much organizing of events since "the party" is at the Gaylord, but if you're more comfortable being at the hotel during the late hours but still hoping not to miss out, this might be a place for something quieter, more intimate, and with less sensory stimulation.
So with that said, I know I'll be arriving Wednesday night, and others may be as well. So if early arrivals would like to try and gather and commune, this is the place to discuss.

THANKS FOR READING, NOW CORRECT MY WRONGNESS

I'm sure I remembered a lot of info wrong, or there's a lot of gaps. So if there's any information I left out, please let me know in the comments and I'll try to add it above. Thanks!
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2017.12.17 17:07 jurais 12/17 - Gamestops with SNES Classic In Stock (List Inside)

I pulled this list through data mining, I called multiple stores across the country and they confirmed having a unit (every store reported only having 1), goodluck friends
Fairhaven Commons - Fairhaven, MA 02719 - NEW
Salt Pond - Narragansett, RI 02882 - NEW
Hunt River Common - North Kingstown, RI 02852 - NEW
Cranston Parkade - Cranston, RI 02920 - NEW
The Crossing @ Smith - SMITHFIELD, RI 02917 - NEW
Stateline Plaza - Plaistow, NH 03865 - NEW
Walmart Plz NH - Gilford, NH 03249 - NEW
The Marketplace @ Au - AUGUSTA, ME 04330 - NEW
Westborough S/C - Westborough, MA 01581 - NEW
Crossroads at Lisbon - Lisbon, CT 06351 - NEW
East Brook Mall - Mansfield Center, CT 06250 - NEW
Selden Plaza - Selden, NY 11784 - NEW
Newington S/C - Newington, CT 06111 - NEW
Buckland Hills Plaza - Manchester, CT 06042 - NEW
Kennedy Marketplace - Windsor, CT 06095 - NEW
Sunset Plaza - North Babylon, NY 11703 - NEW
Center @ Hobbs Brook - STURBRIDGE, MA 01566 - NEW
King Kullen S/C - Syosset, NY 11791 - NEW
Ridgeway Shoppng Ctr - STAMFORD, CT 06905 - NEW
Auburn M-MA - AUBURN, MA 01501 - NEW
Sunrise Highway S/C - Merrick, NY 11566 - NEW
Holyoke @ Ingleside - HOLYOKE, MA 01040 - NEW
The Hub NY - Hempstead, NY 11550 - NEW
Lincoln Plaza - Worcester, MA 01605 - NEW
Rutland Plaza - RUTLAND, VT 05701 - NEW
Delaware Plz - Delmar, NY 12054 - NEW
Glenn Square - Scotia, NY 12302 - NEW
Consumer Square - Plattsburgh, NY 12901 - NEW
Wrangleboro Cnsmr Sq - Mays Landing, NJ 08330 - NEW
Lanes Mill MrktPlc - Howell, NJ 07731 - NEW
Crispin Square S/C - Evesham, NJ 08053 - NEW
Locust Grove S/C - Deptford, NJ 08096 - NEW
Neptune S/C - Neptune City, NJ 07753 - NEW
Camden Town Center - Camden, DE 19934 - NEW
Millside Plaza - Delran, NJ 08075 - NEW
Raintree T/C - FREEHOLD, NJ 07728 - NEW
Hamilton Marketplace - HAMILTON, NJ 08691 - NEW
Monmouth Consumer - West Long Branch, NJ 07764 - NEW
South Philly S/C - Philadelphia, PA 19145 - NEW
Aramingo Super Ctr. - Philadelphia, PA 19134 - NEW
Gallery 2 @ Market - Philadelphia, PA 19107 - NEW
Mayfair Shopping Ctr - Philadelphia, PA 19149 - NEW
Academy Plaza S/C - Philadelphia, PA 19114 - NEW
Great NE Plaza - Philadelphia, PA 19149 - NEW
Station Center - Philadelphia, PA 19132 - NEW
Fairless Hills - Fairless Hills, PA 19030 - NEW
Belair Plaza - Philadelphia, PA 19115 - NEW
Park West Towncenter - Philadelphia, PA 19131 - NEW
Interstate Plaz - RAMSEY, NJ 07446 - NEW
Central Park/Yonkers - Yonkers, NY 10710 - NEW
Cross County Center - Yonkers, NY 10704 - NEW
Jerome Avenue - Bronx, NY 10467 - NEW
Fordham Rd - Bronx, NY 10468 - NEW
Arcadian Shopping Ce - OSSINING, NY 10562 - NEW
Gateway Ctr. @ Bronx - Bronx, NY 10451 - NEW
New Horizons - Bronx, NY 10460 - NEW
Bay Plaza Center - Bronx, NY 10475 - NEW
Tonelle Avenue - North Bergen, NJ 07047 - NEW
Westchester NY - Bronx, NY 10459 - NEW
Parkchester CBD - Bronx, NY 10462 - NEW
Bronx River CBD - Bronx, NY 10472 - NEW
Thornwood Town Ctr - Thornwood, NY 10594 - NEW
East River Plaza - New York, NY 10035 - NEW
Bergenline Avenue - West New York, NJ 07093 - NEW
Waynechester Plaza - Wayne, NJ 07470 - NEW
SWM Kearny - Kearny, NJ 07032 - NEW
Brick Church Plaza - East Orange, NJ 07018 - NEW
Graham Avenue - Brooklyn, NY 11206 - NEW
Amsterdam Commons - Amsterdam, NY 12010 - NEW
EFK Plaza - Herkimer, NY 13350 - NEW
SWM Greensport - Hudson, NY 12534 - NEW
Southside Mall - Oneonta, NY 13820 - NEW
Consumer Sq NY - New Hartford, NY 13413 - NEW
South Plaza - Norwich, NY 13815 - NEW
Gateway Plz NC - JACKSONVILLE, NC 28546 - NEW
Harbour View East - Suffolk, VA 23435 - NEW
Dominion Commons - Chesapeake, VA 23322 - NEW
Patrick Henry Mll GS - Newport News, VA 23602 - NEW
East Town Plaza - Pocomoke City, MD 21851 - NEW
Premiere Landing - Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870 - NEW
Danville Square - DUNDALK, MD 21222 - NEW
Eastpoint Mall - BALTIMORE, MD 21224 - NEW
Perring Plaza - Baltimore, MD 21234 - NEW
Harford Mall - BEL AIR, MD 21014 - NEW
Towson Marketplace - Towson, MD 21286 - NEW
Fox Run S/C - Prince Frederick, MD 20678 - NEW
Governors Square S/C - Bear, DE 19701 - NEW
Penn Mar S/C - Forestville, MD 20747 - NEW
Adison Plaza - CAPITAL HEIGHTS, MD 20743 - NEW
Penn Station - District Heights, MD 20747 - NEW
Brandywine Crossing - Brandywine, MD 20613 - NEW
Kirkwood Plaza - Wilmington, DE 19808 - NEW
SWM Oxford Commons - Oxford, PA 19363 - NEW
Oxon Hill Plaza - Oxon Hill, MD 20745 - NEW
Eastover Square - Oxon Hill, MD 20745 - NEW
St.Charles Town Ctr. - Waldorf, MD 20603 - NEW
Londontowne Square - ELDERSBURG, MD 21784 - NEW
London Grove Village - Avondale, PA 19311 - NEW
F & N Shopping Ctr - Wilmington, DE 19810 - NEW
Buckhorn Plaza - Bloomsburg, PA 17815 - NEW
Shamokin SWM - Coal Township, PA 17866 - NEW
Mt. Pocono Plaza - Mount Pocono, PA 18344 - NEW
Promenade at Lebanon - Lebanon, PA 17046 - NEW
Douglass Town Center - Gilbertsville, PA 19525 - NEW
Kriner Plaza - Montoursville, PA 17754 - NEW
Shoppes @ Kissell - Lititz, PA 17543 - NEW
Hawthorne Center - LANCASTER, PA 17601 - NEW
High Pointe Commons - Harrisburg, PA 17111 - NEW
Harrisburg East Mall - HARRISBURG, PA 17111 - NEW
Brandywine Sq. S/C - DOWNINGTOWN, PA 19335 - NEW
Capital City Mall GS - Camp Hill, PA 17011 - NEW
West Goshen Town Ctr - West Chester, PA 19382 - NEW
Vestal Plaza - Vestal, NY 13850 - NEW
Oakdale Mll - JOHNSON CITY, NY 13790 - NEW
Manoa S/C - Havertown, PA 19083 - NEW
Shops at LaSalle - Philadelphia, PA 19138 - NEW
Tops Plz - CORTLAND, NY 13045 - NEW
Price Chopper - Oswego, NY 13126 - NEW
Arcadia S/C - Newark, NY 14513 - NEW
Watertown TownCenter - Watertown, NY 13601 - NEW
Ridgemont Plaza - Greece, NY 14626 - NEW
Arcadian Shores S/C - MYRTLE BEACH, SC 29572 - NEW
Independnc EB - WILMINGTON, NC 28403 - NEW
Westside Village - Fayetteville, NC 28304 - NEW
Shoppes at Garner - Raleigh, NC 27603 - NEW
Capital Blvd S/C - RALEIGH, NC 27604 - NEW
Cary Town Center - CARY, NC 27511 - NEW
Beaver Creek Commons - APEX, NC 27502 - NEW
Shops at Farmville - Farmville, VA 23901 - NEW
Charlottesville FS - Charlottesville, VA 22901 - NEW
Waynesboro SWM - Waynesboro, VA 22980 - NEW
Woodstock Square - Woodstock, VA 22664 - NEW
Center at Innovation - Manassas, VA 20109 - NEW
Sugarland Cross - STERLING, VA 20164 - NEW
Culpeper Marketplace - Culpeper, VA 22701 - NEW
Frederick Crossing - Frederick, MD 21704 - NEW
SWM Rouzerville Comm - Waynesboro, PA 17268 - NEW
Shops @ Keyser - Keyser, WV 26726 - NEW
Oakland Plaza - Oakland, MD 21550 - NEW
SWM @ Lewistown - Lewistown, PA 17044 - NEW
Saint Marys Plaza - Saint Mary's, PA 15857 - NEW
Logan Town Centre - Altoona, PA 16602 - NEW
Richland T/C - Johnstown, PA 15904 - NEW
Foster Brook - Bradford, PA 16701 - NEW
WalMart Plz NY - Olean, NY 14760 - NEW
SWM Somerset - Somerset, PA 15501 - NEW
Wildcat Commons - Latrobe, PA 15650 - NEW
Westmoreland Mall - GREENSBURG, PA 15601 - NEW
Walden Galleria - BUFFALO, NY 14225 - NEW
Thruway Plaza - BUFFALO, NY 14225 - NEW
Mckinley Place - BLASDELL, NY 14219 - NEW
Village Ctr NY - Springville, NY 14141 - NEW
Crossroads Mktplc - Titusville, FL 32780 - NEW
Pines Plaza - PORT ORANGE, FL 32127 - NEW
Viera Plaza - VIERA, FL 32940 - NEW
Wickham Commons - MELBOURNE, FL 32935 - NEW
Saxon S/C - Orange City, FL 32763 - NEW
Gibbs Plaza - Deland, FL 32720 - NEW
Lake Fredrica S/C - Orlando, FL 32822 - NEW
Cross Creek Plaza - Beaufort, SC 29906 - NEW
Florence Mall - FLORENCE, SC 29501 - NEW
Falling Creek Plaza - ROCKINGHAM, NC 28379 - NEW
Indian Trail - Indian Trail, NC 28079 - NEW
The Galleria - Charlotte, NC 28270 - NEW
Shoppes @ University - CHARLOTTE, NC 28262 - NEW
Northcrest S/C - Charlotte, NC 28216 - NEW
Rock Hill Galleria - Rock Hill, SC 29730 - NEW
Samarth Plaza - Gastonia, NC 28052 - NEW
Shoppes @ Rivercrest - Granite Falls, NC 28630 - NEW
Riverbend S/C - Covington, VA 24426 - NEW
Wytheville Commons - Wytheville, VA 24382 - NEW
SWM Valley Pointe - Elkins, WV 26241 - NEW
ShoppersWorld - Morgantown, WV 26508 - NEW
SWM Rivers Edge - Marietta, OH 45750 - NEW
Summit Ridge S/C - Mount Pleasant, PA 15666 - NEW
SWM Ohio Valley - Saint Clairsville, OH 43950 - NEW
Southland Four Seasn - Pittsburgh, PA 15236 - NEW
Monroeville Mall - Monroeville, PA 15146 - NEW
Butler Commons - BUTLER, PA 16001 - NEW
Union Square - New Castle, PA 16101 - NEW
WalMart PA - Monaca, PA 15061 - NEW
Southland Crossings - Poland, OH 44514 - NEW
Eastwood EB - NILES, OH 44446 - NEW
Meadowlands T/C - Chardon, OH 44024 - NEW
The Strip - NORTH CANTON, OH 44720 - NEW
Walter Green Commons - Madison, OH 44057 - NEW
Hancock Center - CLERMONT, FL 34711 - NEW
Butler Plaza - Gainesville, FL 32608 - NEW
SWM Port Richey - Port Richey, FL 34668 - NEW
Winter Haven - Winter Haven, FL 33880 - NEW
7259 PARK BLVD - PINELLAS PARK, FL 33781 - NEW
Waycross Corners - Waycross, GA 31503 - NEW
River City Mrktplc - Jacksonville, FL 32218 - NEW
Walmart Supercenter - Hinesville, GA 31313 - NEW
Perimeter Oaks S/C - Valdosta, GA 31602 - NEW
Southpointe Plaza - Augusta, GA 30906 - NEW
Shops Tract @ SWM - Milledgeville, GA 31061 - NEW
Athens East Mktplc - Athens, GA 30605 - NEW
Wal Mart Outparcel - Boiling Springs, SC 29316 - NEW
Currahee Corners S/C - Eastanollee, GA 30538 - NEW
West Elk Retail Ctr - Elizabethton, TN 37643 - NEW
Johnson City Crssing - JOHNSON CITY, TN 37604 - NEW
Fountain Place S/C - Logan, WV 25601 - NEW
SWM Kroger State St. - Athens, OH 45701 - NEW
SWM Logan Commons - Logan, OH 43138 - NEW
Ashland Freestanding - Ashland, KY 41101 - NEW
New Boston SWM - New Boston, OH 45662 - NEW
South Hamilton S/C - Columbus, OH 43232 - NEW
Ontario Retail Ctr - MANSFIELD, OH 44903 - NEW
SWM Norwalk - Norwalk, OH 44857 - NEW
2562 W Market - Tiffin, OH 44883 - NEW
Campau & Holbrook - Hamtramck, MI 48212 - NEW
Grand Land S/C - Detroit, MI 48223 - NEW
Oak Brook Square - Flint, MI 48507 - NEW
Ocala Corners - TALLAHASSEE, FL 32304 - NEW
Griffin Crossroads - Griffin, GA 30223 - NEW
SWM Locust Grove - Locust Grove, GA 30248 - NEW
Centre @ Lovejoy - HAMPTON, GA 30228 - NEW
Hudson Bridge Crssig - Stockbridge, GA 30281 - NEW
Fayette Pavilion III - Fayetteville, GA 30214 - NEW
SWM Covington S/C - Covington, GA 30014 - NEW
Southlake Pavilion - Morrow, GA 30260 - NEW
Stonecrest Mall - LITHONIA, GA 30038 - NEW
Union City SWM - Union City, GA 30291 - NEW
Camp Creek - ATLANTA, GA 30344 - NEW
Loganville S/C - Loganville, GA 30052 - NEW
Columbus Park EB - COLUMBUS, GA 31909 - NEW
Douglasville Paviln - Douglasville, GA 30135 - NEW
Gwinnett S/C - Duluth, GA 30096 - NEW
East West Commons - Austell, GA 30106 - NEW
Forum on Peachtree P - NORCROSS, GA 30092 - NEW
Center Stage @ Winde - Winder, GA 30680 - NEW
Georgia Crossing - Buford, GA 30519 - NEW
Hiram Pavilion - HIRAM, GA 30141 - NEW
Highlands @ Ellijay - Ellijay, GA 30540 - NEW
N. Georgia Premium O - DAWSONVILLE, GA 30534 - NEW
Stonebridge Village - Flowery Branch, GA 30542 - NEW
Mill Creek Crossing - Buford, GA 30519 - NEW
Kimball Crossing - Kimball, TN 37347 - NEW
Burks Center - Shelbyville, KY 40065 - NEW
Harbor Square - Celina, OH 45822 - NEW
Riverwood Crossing - Owosso, MI 48867 - NEW
SWM Westwood Plaza - Saginaw Township, MI 48638 - NEW
Michigan State Ctr - East Lansing, MI 48823 - NEW
Woodland Mall - Kentwood, MI 49512 - NEW
SWM Bear Creek Xing - Petosky, MI 49770 - NEW
Grand Traverse Mall - Traverse City, MI 49684 - NEW
SWM Cascade Crossing - Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783 - NEW
WalMart SC AL - Enterprise, AL 36330 - NEW
Mongomery Commons - Montgomery, AL 36116 - NEW
Eastchase - MONTGOMERY, AL 36117 - NEW
Oliver Creek Crossin - MONTGOMERY, AL 36117 - NEW
Gateway Cmns - Opelika, AL 36801 - NEW
Edgemont Town Center - HOMEWOOD, AL 35209 - NEW
Selma Plaza - Selma, AL 36703 - NEW
SWM Fort Payne - Fort Payne, AL 35968 - NEW
Shoppes @ Brookmeade - Columbia, TN 38401 - NEW
Cumberland Station - Cookeville, TN 38501 - NEW
Jackson Plaza - COOKEVILLE, TN 38501 - NEW
Shops Tract S/C - Louisville, KY 40214 - NEW
Honey Creek Commons - Terre Haute, IN 47802 - NEW
Country Club Plaza - Country Club Hills, IL 60478 - NEW
Shipyard Plaza - Pascagoula, MS 39581 - NEW
[email protected] - Philadelphia, MS 39350 - NEW
Oxford Marketplace - Oxford, MS 38655 - NEW
Wyatt Crossings - Mayfield, KY 42066 - NEW
South Pointe S/C - Sikeston, MO 63801 - NEW
Mattoon Marketplace - Mattoon, IL 61938 - NEW
1522A W SPRINGFIELD - TAYLORVILLE, IL 62568 - NEW
Danada Square East - Wheaton, IL 60189 - NEW
SWM Outlot Belvidere - Belvidere, IL 61008 - NEW
West Allis T/C - West Allis, WI 53214 - NEW
Midtown Center - Milwaukee, WI 53216 - NEW
Northwest F/S - Milwaukee, WI 53224 - NEW
Shoppes @ Fox River - Waukesha, WI 53189 - NEW
Milwaukee Road S/C - Beloit, WI 53511 - NEW
Northridge Plaza - Portage, WI 53901 - NEW
Rib Mountain S/C - Wausau, WI 54401 - NEW
Pearl River Plaza - Picayune, MS 39466 - NEW
Hammett Crossing - Clinton, MS 39056 - NEW
South Rivers Market - Greenville, MS 38701 - NEW
SWM MKPL @ W Memphis - West Memphis, AR 72301 - NEW
Porter Commons - Blytheville, AR 72315 - NEW
Wal-Mart Plz IL - GRANITE CITY, IL 62040 - NEW
Collinsville Crossin - Collinsville, IL 62234 - NEW
Plaza on the Blvd - Jennings, MO 63136 - NEW
SWM Lincoln Square - Jacksonville, IL 62650 - NEW
The Plaza - Troy, MO 63379 - NEW
River Bend Plaza - Hannibal, MO 63401 - NEW
River Marketplace - LAFAYETTE, LA 70508 - NEW
Marksville Sears S/C - Mansura, LA 71350 - NEW
Leesville Plaza - Leesville, LA 71446 - NEW
Eagle Plaza - Ruston, LA 71270 - NEW
Magnolia Plaza - Magnolia, AR 71753 - NEW
Minden S/C - Minden, LA 71055 - NEW
Arkadelphia Plaza - Arkadelphia, AR 71923 - NEW
Conway Commons - Conway, AR 72032 - NEW
Crystal Hill Plaza - North Little Rock, AR 72113 - NEW
SWM Hot Springs - Hot Springs, AR 71913 - NEW
Clarksville - Clarksville, AR 72830 - NEW
SWM Mt Home Plaza - Mountain Home, AR 72653 - NEW
Goodys Center - West Plains, MO 65775 - NEW
Bishop Commons - Rolla, MO 65401 - NEW
SWM Meadow Park Plz - Harrison, AR 72601 - NEW
Stoneridge Village - Jefferson City, MO 65109 - NEW
Rochester Cross - ROCHESTER, MN 55901 - NEW
Burning Tree Plaza - Duluth, MN 55811 - NEW
Galvez S/C - Galveston, TX 77551 - NEW
Northpark Plaza - Beaumont, TX 77708 - NEW
New Forest S/C - Houston, TX 77049 - NEW
Kingwood Common - KINGWOOD, TX 77339 - NEW
Super WalMart Center - Texarkana, TX 75501 - NEW
Longview Mall - Longview, TX 75605 - NEW
SWM Massard Crossing - Fort Smith, AR 72903 - NEW
Mill Creek Plaza - Fort Smith, AR 72901 - NEW
Sallisaw West Plaza - Sallisaw, OK 74955 - NEW
Spring Creek - Fayetteville, AR 72703 - NEW
Siloam Springs SWM - Siloam Springs, AR 72761 - NEW
Pinnacle Hills - Rogers, AR 72758 - NEW
McAlester SWM - McAlester, OK 74501 - NEW
Big Springs Plaza. - Neosho, MO 64850 - NEW
Merriam Town Center - MISSION, KS 66202 - NEW
Mary Mart - Maryville, MO 64468 - NEW
Victoria Corners - VICTORIA, TX 77904 - NEW
Palastine SWM - Palestine, TX 75801 - NEW
Interstate 35 - Bellmead, TX 76705 - NEW
Ennis S/C - Ennis, TX 75119 - NEW
Seagoville Corners - Seagoville, TX 75159 - NEW
White Rock Mktplc - Dallas, TX 75218 - NEW
Collin Creek - Plano, TX 75075 - NEW
Legacy Drive Village - Plano, TX 75025 - NEW
Preston Forest S/C - Dallas, TX 75230 - NEW
Hebron Parkway - Carrollton, TX 75010 - NEW
Wheatland Plaza - Dallas, TX 75237 - NEW
Market @ Town Center - Coppell, TX 75019 - NEW
Precinct Line SWM - Hurst, TX 76054 - NEW
Gateway Station - BURLESON, TX 76028 - NEW
Okmulgee S/C - Okmulgee, OK 74447 - NEW
Shawnee S/C - Shawnee, OK 74804 - NEW
Riverside Market - Tulsa, OK 74137 - NEW
Redbud Corners - Broken Arrow, OK 74012 - NEW
Penn Square Mall - OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73118 - NEW
Quail Springs Mkt - Oklahoma City, OK 73134 - NEW
South Sioux City - South Sioux City, NE 68776 - NEW
Empire Mall - Sioux Falls, SD 57106 - NEW
Blanco Road - San Antonio, TX 78216 - NEW
Marketplace - San Antonio, TX 78227 - NEW
North Rim - San Antonio, TX 78257 - NEW
San Marcos SWM - San Marcos, TX 78666 - NEW
Target Kyle Crossing - Kyle, TX 78640 - NEW
Norwood Plaza - Austin, TX 78753 - NEW
Greenlawn Crossing - Round Rock, TX 78664 - NEW
Stephenville S/C - Stephenville, TX 76401 - NEW
Wichita Falls - Wichita Falls, TX 76306 - NEW
Central Mall OK - Lawton, OK 73501 - NEW
Lawton Plaza - LAWTON, OK 73505 - NEW
SWM Hays Retail Ctr - Hays, KS 67601 - NEW
SWM Grand Island - Grand Island, NE 68803 - NEW
Sunset Mall - SAN ANGELO, TX 76904 - NEW
Westgate MLL - Amarillo, TX 79121 - NEW
High Plains S/C - Sterling, CO 80751 - NEW
Roswell Plaza - Roswell, NM 88201 - NEW
La Junta S/C - La Junta, CO 81050 - NEW
Regency Square S/C - Pueblo, CO 81005 - NEW
The Citadel Mall - Colorado Springs, CO 80909 - NEW
Hoffman Heights - Aurora, CO 80011 - NEW
Bel Mar - LAKEWOOD, CO 80226 - NEW
Lakewood City Common - Lakewood, CO 80226 - NEW
Arvada Shops - Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 - NEW
Flatiron Crossing - Broomfield, CO 80021 - NEW
Frontier Mall - CHEYENNE, WY 82009 - NEW
SWM Scottsbluff - Scottsbluff, NE 69361 - NEW
Las Palmas Mrkt - El Paso, TX 79936 - NEW
Zaragoza Marketplace - EL PASO, TX 79936 - NEW
Coronado Center - ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87110 - NEW
College Plaza - Santa Fe, NM 87505 - NEW
SWM Espanola - Espanola, NM 87532 - NEW
Mountain Plaza - Casper, WY 82604 - NEW
Sheridan Shoppng Ctr - Sheridan, WY 82801 - NEW
Gallup Shopping Ctr - Gallup, NM 87301 - NEW
North Federal S/C - Riverton, WY 82501 - NEW
Park Pineway - Show Low, AZ 85901 - NEW
Park Center - Salt Lake City, UT 84121 - NEW
Gallatin Center - Bozeman, MT 59718 - NEW
Holiday Village - Great Falls, MT 59405 - NEW
Scottsdale Fashion S - SCOTTSDALE, AZ 85251 - NEW
[email protected] Boulders - Prescott, AZ 86305 - NEW
Providence Center - Cedar City, UT 84720 - NEW
Crossroads Plz CA - Calexico, CA 92231 - NEW
Bullhead City - Bullhead City, AZ 86442 - NEW
Southfork Pointe - LAS VEGAS, NV 89183 - NEW
Tropicana Center - Las Vegas, NV 89121 - NEW
Cheyenne Plaza - Las Vegas, NV 89115 - NEW
Charleston Commons - Las Vegas, NV 89110 - NEW
Centennial Center - LAS VEGAS, NV 89149 - NEW
SWM Shops @ Mountain - Mountain Home, ID 83647 - NEW
Coachella Gateway - Coachella, CA 92236 - NEW
Monroe Street Center - INDIO, CA 92201 - NEW
Eastlake Terrace - Chula Vista, CA 91915 - NEW
425 S Sunrise Way - PALM SPRINGS, CA 92262 - NEW
University Sq CA - San Diego, CA 92115 - NEW
Nordahl Marketplace - San Marcos, CA 92069 - NEW
Broadway Plaza S/C - CHULA VISTA, CA 91911 - NEW
Encinitas Village - Encinitas, CA 92024 - NEW
Vista Town Center - Vista, CA 92081 - NEW
Temecula Commons - Temecula, CA 92591 - NEW
El Camino North - Oceanside, CA 92054 - NEW
Victorville Entertai - VICTORVILLE, CA 92392 - NEW
Highland Avenue Plz - HIGHLAND, CA 92346 - NEW
SWM Ponderay - Ponderay, ID 83852 - NEW
Newland Center - Huntington Beach, CA 92648 - NEW
The Crossroads - Irvine, CA 92606 - NEW
Pacific Coast Plaza - Harbor City, CA 90710 - NEW
Southbay Pavillion - Carson, CA 90746 - NEW
3550 W CENTURY BLVD - INGLEWOOD, CA 90303 - NEW
Pico Town Center - Pico Rivera, CA 90660 - NEW
Puente Hills Town - Rowland Heights, CA 91748 - NEW
La Alameda S/C - HUNTINGTON PARK, CA 90255 - NEW
Chesterfield Square - Los Angeles, CA 90047 - NEW
Westfield Culver Cty - Culver City, CA 90230 - NEW
The Valley Shopping - POMONA, CA 91767 - NEW
Woodman - Van Nuys - Arleta, CA 91331 - NEW
El Paseo Simi - SIMI VALLEY, CA 93063 - NEW
Ventura Gateway S/C - VENTURA, CA 93003 - NEW
Michaels Plz - Ventura, CA 93003 - NEW
Clovis Commons - Clovis, CA 93612 - NEW
Paseo Nuevo - SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101 - NEW
Woodland Plaza II - PASO ROBLES, CA 93446 - NEW
Shaw Marketplace - FRESNO, CA 93711 - NEW
SEC Shaw & Feland - Fresno, CA 93711 - NEW
Missouri Flat Villag - PLACERVILLE, CA 95667 - NEW
Madison Mall - Fair Oaks, CA 95628 - NEW
Shops @ Old Mill Dis - BEND, OR 97702 - NEW
SWM Red Rock - Redmond, OR 97756 - NEW
1415 E. 14th Street - SAN LEANDRO, CA 94577 - NEW
Fruitvale Station - Oakland, CA 94601 - NEW
Richmond Target - Richmond, CA 94805 - NEW
Hilltop Plaza - San Pablo, CA 94806 - NEW
2137 LOVERIDGE RD - PITTSBURG, CA 94565 - NEW
South Napa Mkpt - Napa, CA 94559 - NEW
SWM Delta Center - Medford, OR 97504 - NEW
Mill Plain T/C - Vancouver, WA 98684 - NEW
72nd and Portland - Tacoma, WA 98404 - NEW
Capital Mall EB - OLYMPIA, WA 98502 - NEW
Park Pointe Plaza - Lynnwood, WA 98087 - NEW
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2017.09.20 20:52 aleina1313 Sprint/Boost Mobile MyTrainerRewards Thread 2: Electric Boogaloo

Edit (12/22/17) MyTrainerRewards program has been extended to 12/1/18 at 11:59pm and current points will not expire at the end of 2017! Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Edit (12/7/17) 24 days left in the MyTrainerRewards Program; Max possible points you can earn from normal Activities (no referrals or 1-times) before 12/31/17 at 11:59pm EST is 5,250
Edit (12/7/17) New Offer: Switch to Sprint (new line of service) and get $100 in Pokécoins (14,500); Offer ends 1/31/18
Edit (12/6/17) Gym Battle announced for Laurel, MD on 12/9/17 from 9am-9pm EST
Edit (12/6/17) 12:20pm-ish EST Gift Cards sold out
Edit (12/6/17) 12:13pm-ish EST Gift Cards restocked; $10 iTunes and $10 Google Play Gift Cards sold out; $25 Amazon Gift Cards still available
Edit (12/4/17) 5:44pm-ish EST Gift Cards restocked and sold out
Edit (12/1/17) Activity "Fill your Pokédex without worries with Unlimited talk, text and data from Sprint" removed; Now takes 38 days to get a $10 Gift Card
Edit (10/26/17) Pokemon Go Plus added to Prize Page for 45,000 points; With only 67 days left in the program (including today), you can only get this if you currently have 29,900 points saved up (or if Sprint adds a lot more Activities between now and then)
Edit (10/26/17) Gym Battle announced for Owings Mills, MD on 12/9/17 from 12:30-5:30pm EST
Edit (9/20/17) Sprint Pokémon GO Phone Skin Giveaway: free ultra-lightweight protective skin for smartphones available to any trainers who visit a participating Sprint store while supplies last Small print: Trainers will receive a code via email and a link to the redemption site to choose from a variety of Pokémon GO Team designs
Hello, fellow Trainers! Has it been 6 months already? My previous post about the Sprint/Boost Mobile MyTrainerRewards Program has been archived, but can still be found HERE for reference. I will be copying over the pertinent information into this post, but you can still view the older updates/information in the previous post.
I know a lot of people are disappointed in the recent nerf of the Activities points making it ridiculously long and tedious to earn enough points for the coveted Gift Cards, but with a little over 3 months to go in the program, I'm still holding out hope that Sprint/Boost Mobile will make things right before it's over 😃
Here is a link to the program, though if you wouldn't mind, you can PM me for my referral link
TL;DR The important part: Without factoring in Referrals, if you are going after Gift Cards, the $10 ones can currently be obtained after 29 days initially (22 days if you are a Sprint/Boost Mobile customer) [2,525 1-time points + (1,350 weekly points X 5 weeks) + (50 daily points X 29 days) = 10,725 points], and then roughly every 38 days [(1,350 weekly points X 6 weeks) + (50 daily points X 38 days) = 10,000 points]
u/Kontactz has come up with a way to track Gift Card restocks! Per THIS COMMENT, he suggests setting up TrackReddit to get alerts for his comments! (I assume he will be carrying this over to this new post)
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(11/14/17) 2:38pm EST Gift Cards restocked
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(11/7/17) 4:05pm EST Gift Cards restocked
(11/6/17) 12:05pm-ish EST Gift Cards restocked and sold out
(11/1/17) 10:40pm-ish EDT All Events listed on the Event Page again
(11/1/17) 12:23-12:34pm-ish EDT Gift Cards restocked and sold out
(10/30/17) Activities "Watch: Taxes & Fees Included" and "Watch: T.J.Dillashaw: Do Right Not Easy" added
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(10/30/17) 1:30pm EDT Gift Cards sold out
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(10/30/17) 12:55pm EDT Gift Cards restocked
(10/30/17) Prize for Pokémon GO Code for Great Balls, Lucky Eggs, and Incense removed
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(10/28/17) Activity added to “Upload your screenshot of the Ghost-type Pokémon you found inside a Sprint store” for the Sprint Pokémon GO Halloween Celebration Sweepstakes
(10/27/17) Check out THIS POST for details on the Sprint Pokémon GO Halloween Celebration Sweepstakes
(10/26/17) Activity "Watch: I was rejected 11 times" added
(10/26/17) 1:32pm EDT Gift Cards sold out
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(10/26/17) 1:25pm EDT Gift Cards restocked
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(10/23/17) 4:18-4:33pm EDT Gift Cards restocked and sold out
(10/20/17) Sprint Halloween Celebration & Sweepstakes announced for 10/28/17-10/31/17
(10/20/17) Activities "Get a code for FREE Pokémon GO items at a Sprint PokéStop or Gym" and "Watch the Pokémon GO Sprint Super Pack" removed
(10/20/17) 2:42pm-ish EDT Gift Cards sold out
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(10/16/17) 3:25pm-ish EDT Gift Cards restocked
(10/13/17) Activities now remain on Earn Points page but are grayed out with the time remaining until they can be completed again displayed
(10/12/17) 4pm-ish EDT Gift Cards restocked and sold out
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(10/11/17) 5:20pm-ish EDT Gift Card restocked
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(10/1/17) Great Balls, Lucky Eggs, and Incense Giveaway removed from the Events Page
(9/20/17) FREE Pokemon Go Plus: available to trainers who add a new line of service on Sprint's Unlimited Freedom Plan (presumably at a participating Sprint store) while supplies last or until October 20, 2017, whichever comes first
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2017.08.20 23:49 911bodysnatchers322 Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 109: "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatlne]

  • Day 297.6 Smith Mundt Modernization Walk In Central Park - YouTube
  • A lot of walking today Central Park again one great thing about New York is I'm walking everywhere I'm getting a lot of exercise which is good thing
  • Although it's always nice to have a helicopter right above you're making all kinds of noise but anyway these ratlines may pay off they might not
  • We're gonna have Bill Warner on tonight on crowdsource the truth
  • And he's gonna be talking again about Alpha chavo I saw he printed a driver's license I think of his brother
  • I don't haven't really seen it yet and then the guy has a beard
  • But my contention is that Alpha Jalloh is a FBI operative
  • That's why he seems to get off every crime ring that he's a part of to start yet another crime ring
  • And I believe this is the way kind of Intelligence services do it
  • Is say well it's a national security we're trying to get a a Bentley to a West African dictator
  • Or a minister of a fair minister of mining and oil
  • So we need to steal a car in the US and get it there
  • Make him think he's getting a good deal otherwise you won't buy the one we want
  • We can get him what a lot cheaper then he'll go for that
  • And that way we'll be able to plan our car
  • Maybe that's what they're doing maybe not
  • If I was running the Intelligence service if I was running the operation that's what I would do
  • So in that sense it's pretty smart
  • I do think it has gotten out of hand
  • I think the Intelligence services as far as our case against JTTF, we're gonna have a ten DoD departments
  • And we're gonna have 25 Federal agencies, where they've kind of inserted an investigative unit
  • Anytime you hear that investigative unit and they've always got the armor-piercing bullets and the fentanyl for the fentanyl raids and all the
  • I see people are talking about the 15 year-olds of Donny Sullivan's going after
  • The 15 year old kid Donny O'Sullivan's going after with CNN
  • What he did was he did the meme of Trump did a thing where he was throwing the guy down at the side of a ring on a WWE
  • And the kid just put a CNN face on the guy that got thrown down
  • And Donnie went after this kid like he had I don't know I mean just because it said CNN or something
  • But I really do think Donnie is running I've never called Donnie disinfo Donnie but others have and I think maybe that is
  • Anyway I saw Jack Prosobic at in Washington DC out in front of CNN
  • So maybe I started a trend
  • So I just I just want to say that these car rings are an essential ATM for spy ring type activities
  • The spy rings you're gonna do for elites
  • The spy ring is you're gonna do for the David Petraeus
  • So they can create private equity plays
  • So they can create hedge funds
  • So they can create different investment vehicles
  • So that people can make a lot of money
  • The car rings are for the operatives
  • The car rings are so the operatives can live and make money
  • Same thing with the well drugs are both the drug ring you can get pretty much anybody hooked on drugs for they will do anything for your ratline
  • Which is what you want when you're out with your operatives and of course the money is is phenomenal
  • So I'm gonna leave it off there
  • I just thought I would do one more missive
  • Something really bittersweet about going to the woman's to the police officer the woman police officers vigil there
  • I didn't think it would have that kind of impact on me when I went there
  • But it did it's it really for me is a signal of how much longer does NYPD kind of live under the thumb of JTTF
  • I don't know why I saw it that way but I saw it that way
  • So anyway say goodbye to Central Park
  • The horses
  • We go meet my son for dinner here in the city
  • And I'll talk to you all tonight at eight o'clock on crowdsource the truth
  • Day 297.7 Alpha Jalloh as a CIA Operative - YouTube
  • Hey folks I'm sorry about the really bad light here at Marble Hill
  • I'm sorry I missed I was in Central Park trying to do the show tonight with crowdsource the truth
  • I could not hear I was way off in the distance where there was nobody and no light and all of a sudden people started coming around making all kinds of noise
  • So I kept moving through the park trying to get away from the noise
  • The noise just kind of seemed to keep following me
  • I'll try to get behind here so what was such a bad light
  • The noise just kind of kept following me
  • So I ended up saying guys I have to leave the show I apologize I've been walking around doing my ratline stuff tonight
  • It's hot whoa it's hot tonight still but if I finally said man I got to get away from Central Park
  • I went up to about 82nd I got out there it was just as noisy there I couldn't hear a word anybody was saying
  • But I did have a chance to watch what everybody was saying about Alpha Jalloh
  • And I just want to put this one possible scenario in in place
  • Which is really kind of what I've said from the beginning about Alpha Jalloh
  • It's the operative theory of Alpha Jallloh
  • The operative theory states that I have this person in place let's say I'm a CIA operative let's say my intention for my operation is to get cars and I think I mentioned this at five o'clock my intention is to get cars that have GPS
  • So that I can follow these interior ministers all around when they drive their car when they send their car back to Africa or the Middle East or wherever they go back to after they do their stint in Washington
  • So if that's my intention of having global visibility on all these ministers of interior and in ministers of defense or let's say the president of a country
  • What I would want to do is I would want to source cars in the United States be able to dope them with whatever telemetry I would want to put in the car etc and then be able to get it to that diplomat cheaply and under market price
  • So that they would buy my car versus buying something from a dealership that doesn't have the telemetry that I want. Make sense?
  • So idea being I want 24 by 7 telemetry on a certain group of people maybe let's say the top 10 ministers in 140 different countries that would require getting a lot of cars
  • Now it would be very suspicious to go to these ministers and say oh we have a car here that's oh by the way it's thirty thousand dollars higher than sticker because we added a whole bunch of GPS on it to track you
  • Or even trying to organize and a train may be coming that's just a subway or just trying to get that equipment on the car that they buy I mean when they go if you let them go to the lot and pick things out then you have to get into the dealer then you have to get the electronics on the car etc which is very difficult
  • So it just makes sense that you would want to under the auspices of hey we're gonna get you a really good deal that you would source the car
  • So you could actually ask the diplomat
  • Let's say it's an ambassador to Ghana let's just say you could ask them you could say well what kind of car do you want and then they would say well I like I really like Bentley's
  • Well what color would make model etc and then just go steal that car
  • Just say hey we got away don't don't ask how you got it but we got a way to do this in the meantime what you don't tell the minister of Ghana or or whatever is that you're loading down the car with all kinds of telemetry on the car because you want listening devices in the car
  • So that during their meetings when they're on the phone you get all that Intelligence you want them as they're driving around where they're meeting when two or three of them get together in some kind of meeting situation, you want to know what's happening if there's if there's usually a meeting of four or five of the top people in the government that's typically something's happening
  • So you want to be involved in that
  • So this is a typical tracking operation
  • Now in order to do that in order to dope or place cars with the different diplomats, you need a car theft operation
  • I mean again you could go through the dealers and then try to get into the dealer once they picked it out and then dope it which which can be done
  • It's just a lot more there's a lot more work involved there and then you also don't have money for your ratlines that you're running
  • Let's say you're running a spy ring in Congress, you have no money you're not generating money for the throne just selling something through a car dealer
  • So as I mentioned earlier today running a car theft ring in combination with a spy ring really works out well, because you make all this money when you sell the stolen car right and then you fund operations which is really works out well makes sense
  • So the first thing I think people have to get their mind around because it's they think Alpha Jalloh they focus on Alpha Jalloh focus on what the CIA is trying to do internationally in terms of surveillance and in listening in to other diplomats
  • Get that in mind first is that's something that the CIA would want to do
  • Ask yourself that if you don't think the CIA wants to track foreign diplomats if you don't think the CIA wants to listen in on foreign diplomats, there are other channels
  • I mean that this is this is an alternative, you don't have to you certainly don't have to listen to the this channel
  • But if you do then you would then go - well how would you get the car to the diplomat?
  • There's only two ways one is through the dealer or one is through this kind of private sale that's being made
  • So the private sale through a smaller specialty car dealership like classic motors DC makes sense
  • So this is you're doping the cars the diplomat thinks they're getting a great deal and
  • Now you're cheating your objectives for surveillance and eavesdropping for the foreign ministers
  • Now if you are going to have a car theft ring you're going to have a car theft ring, you need to train people to steal cars
  • It's like day follows night follows day
  • If you are going to have a car theft ring you're gonna have to train people to steal cars
  • Now there's two different ways you can steal it
  • One is the more the kind of the brute force method which is break the window and all that stuff the other ones the soft method which is go to the dealer steal these soft fob keys and then steal it that way
  • But either way it's kind of a it's kind of a trained job
  • It's not just something that an MS-13 kid who's 16 years old would really be trained to do those are the Expendables the 16 year old kid from the Guatemalan embassy or the Ecuadorian Embassy that they're gonna be driving your cars around
  • That way if they're caught stealing they get off with a relative slap on the wrist
  • But you are gonna have one person who is the high level fence and Alpha Jalloh was identified as a high level fence in both the New York case and the New Jersey case
  • Now every once in a while no this is this is a national program right
  • So every once in a while you're gonna have a state attorney general
  • There's gonna be all these cars missing its gonna lo like hey local law enforcement is not doing anything
  • Every once in a while you have to have a bust right
  • Now it could be that local law enforcement is just not involved and they just busted these guys and they busted the New Jersey ring in October 2015
  • And a week later they got the New York ring
  • Now Jalloh's in jail your key guy your key guy who knows how to do all the operations he knows how to do that the kind of brute force thefts and your soft thefts and he knows how to recruit: is in jail now
  • Now you have two choices you could say well Jesus we're gonna have to sell train up another guy
  • So let's go back to Nigeria let's train up another guy to do this
  • Or or you can go to the local district attorney and you could say hey can we offer a guy here in jail a lighter sentence in exchange for changing his name to Alpha Jalloh because what you want is you want a spring Alpha Jalloh from jail
  • So that you can keep selling cars or HDA keep stealing cars
  • If you have Alpha Jalloh in jail he can't steal cars and therefore your operation of placing these cars with surveillance stops your your program stops and then again you have to teach
  • Now somebody else every time you introduce a new person to the ratline
  • Now there's a whole bunch of complexities that come with that
  • This guy doesn't trust this guy that guy doesn't trust this guy all that sort of thing
  • The best thing to do would be to spring that guy that everyone knows out of jail have a party right have somebody in the New Jersey Jail get a half sentence for changing their name and this has happened I've gone to a lot of different jails all over the country, where this has happened where they've taken a guy who isn't Muslim at all
  • And they say hey if you take the rap here we're gonna
  • So I'm not gonna go into that right now, but just think of it if you were running this operation how would you do it
  • So I just need to put somebody in that place of that person
  • The two photos that we've seen of Alpha Jalloh in New York and New Jersey don't lo anything like the original Avila Jalloh picture that was my point
  • So the reason why you would why he would be in Capitol Hill on July the 12th the two days after Seth Rich's and don't forget the quote marks around the "murder"
  • I've always said the quote marks oh there's murder there's quote marks around the murder
  • School play quote marks I've always said until I see enough evidence I don't know if we take the quote marks off the murder
  • That's another thing I didn't quite come out tonight in crowdsource the truth
  • I said if I've always said murder and the wheelman in the murder with the quote marks and when we have enough when we have enough data enough proof enough forensics enough metadata that I might take the quote marks off the murder
  • But until then I'm not taking the marks off the murder we have just as much evidence that it was Shawn Lucas that was killed that night
  • Because we really don't have anything after the tenth for Shawn Lucas
  • And there's even a school of thought and this isn't something I propose but there's a school of thought that says you could have a Seth which disappear at the same time Shawn Lucas disappears right
  • And maybe Shawn Lucas is just being held in a jail in Fairfax County Virginia until after the convention and then Shawn Lucas overdoses
  • We would have no idea if Shawn Lucas disappeared that night was beaten within an inch of his life to give up his contacts of who was in the lawsuit
  • And who was the leaker at the DNC
  • Then be put in the Fairfax County jail just like Guccifer and then taken out to OD that night
  • We we don't have any evidence
  • It could be Shawn Lucas that died that night as easily as it could have been Seth Rich
  • My question is does it has any did anyone see Shawn Lucas from the tenth?
  • Other than school play actors
  • Was he photographed at all from June 10th to August the 1st I don't I I still have yet to see where he was
  • Now I went to where Shawn Lucas was from and he lived in Silver Spring and that was a very quick train ride down to where Lou's Bar and Grill is
  • And made a lot more sense for that kind of a murder than it did for Seth Rich was which was quite a bit farther away
  • But what I'm saying is I'm not pushing the Shawn Lucas theory
  • I'm just saying there's as much evidence to show that Shawn Lucas was murdered that night and Seth Rich was the cover as there is set Rich's murder and remember I said quotes around the murder
  • So I said Alpha Jalloh was the wheelman I still think it is Alpha Jalloh
  • The same guy who did the car ring here in New Jersey
  • And the same guy who did it here in New York and they just moved him run as an operative
  • I'm going to call it the operative theory of Alpha Jalloh
  • You have to kind of go through it logically but if you go through it logically it makes sense
  • If you want to surveil the diplomats you need to be able to dope the cars
  • If you want to get those cars to them you have to give them a good deal you want a good deal the best deal is swiping your discount free which means you steal them
  • You want to steal them you got to train somebody to steal them and that's where an operative like Alpha Jalloh would come in and that way you could tie it to state secrets
  • You could go to those different district attorneys and say hey this is a big operation we're tracking all these terrorist nations we really need this guy to be stealing these cars these cars go in and they're they're doped with all kinds of listening devices all kinds of electronics
  • Trust us this is a good thing let this Alpha Jalloh guy go out and we'll put in another guy and give another guy a light sentence
  • So anyway the operative theory
  • I didn't have a chance to answer Bill tonight
  • I love Bill he's great guy I don't I just I couldn't hear I just couldn't hear in Central Park
  • And there's all these people making noise around me and it but I did Oh bill an answer tonight
  • So there you go the operative theory of Alpha Jalloh
  • Day 298 - Summary of Awan Brothers Spy and Car Theft Ring - YouTube
    • Ok it's Day 298 and I thought I would just give everybody a quick summary of all the different ways we're trying to undo the Awan spy ring
    • Which may also be a car and weapons ring
    • So I'll first talk about how we're trying to on loop the spy ring or untangle the spy ring and then we'll go on to the car and weapons ring
    • So you remember we have Huma's laptop out there we still have Hillary's server emails out there
    • Now we also have the Awan hard drives out there that are forensicly potentially recoverable
    • So that we've got three different spots but two really big treasure troves are here in Huma and the Awan server
    • Now again we don't know if those hard drives are recoverable or not but these are two areas that Trump could tomorrow or today say hey let's declassify these things
    • And it would unlock this world of cash weapons cars and espionage and potentially drugs as well
    • and when you start talking about Tahir Javed here who will bring in here as a major contributor Hillary running these convenience store games that he's done that could come in as well
    • Again with McCabe running really kind of the shadow tricks of the FBI right
    • Now kind of underneath the cover of Ray it's hard to you have to pull on a lot of different strings in order to get around when you have such massive power arrayed against you we've got 40,000 agents at FBI kind of arrayed against you and then of course if you add in all the JTTF agencies you've got almost a million agents against you
    • So so again this isn't easy
    • This is just the crowd with no access to classified sources
    • Just using public information to try to unwind this conspiracy
    • Yet yet we've had remarkable successes
    • We've been able to go to the door of this one of the homes here obviously and get this marine to come forward in audio form
    • And the first time he talked there was he talked about these twenty blackberries
    • Now these twenty Blackberries I believe the reason why the second time I said to the marine the second time we interviewed him the number of Blackberries came down
    • That's a very important reason why the number of Blackberries came down because it los like the twenty Blackberries were being carried by different members of Congress and
    • Now the question becomes did they knowingly or unknowingly send messages that were laden with PDF documents,
    • Because if they were, if they were over here at the Lorton office building sending all these documents running around Congress and syncing up to all these different four laptops that the Awans had arrayed around the office building two different office buildings, then they [too are] involved in this spy ring the set of a Congressman themselves are involved
    • So if you did if you would put one of these laptops over at the Library of Congress which is what they did to sort of boost Wi-Fi you could almost envision a world where these Congressmen are constantly going over to the to the Library of Congress and sending out PDF documents almost as almost as runners for going and getting information from the Library of Congress or different agencies a different key committees I
    • I now believe that these three different laptops of the floor one was at the Library of Congress I believe the other three were in as Wi-Fi boosters in these key committees in Congress
    • Literally what you might have now is a spy ring of 20 Democratic Congressmen
    • We're going to lo at this as well as the six on Anthony Weiner's trusted staff
    • again if you don't know about Anthony Weiner's trusted staff I know it's not a good visual but here's an email from Hillary to Huma saying maybe one of Anthony's trusted staff could deliver this secure phones
    • We know these aren't standard at NGA phones we know that there's a special doctored Awan phones
    • The other part of this story that I think it hasn't bre yet the Blackberries obviously hasn't bre those were over at Imran's house
    • This centcom part piece the CENTCOM piece that these that the that these emails coming here weren't just Congressional emails
    • They're also going to be CENTCOM which is the Central Command from down in Tampa Florida these are all the emails between Hilary and David Petraeus
    • Now also Trump could just unmask the whole conspiracy by just unmasking one name here and that is: who is the person that configured these secure email secure phones
    • I believe that's gonna be Imran Awan or a a underling a runner underling of Imran Awad
    • Again, all these deals all these deals for the United States were done with the with this side server with these Blackberry emails
    • So you look at all the Iran nuclear deal
    • Iran hostage deal being done with that
    • All the Jack Lew container deals both secret
    • The ones we know about and the Awans we don't know about Victoria Nulands in the news
    • Now today with Ukraine having a lot of different Ukrainians at the at the White House meeting with Joe Biden the day of the Warren Flood memo coming out--the Guccifer 2 memo coming out
    • So this also is something Trump could hear very easily just lift the ban date here and take the 19 names off and again the conspiracy revealed
    • So here we go again the reason why there's 20 burglaries the reason why there's 20 burglaries in Congress isn't because there was actually anything stolen I believe
    • Now the 20 burglaries is the way of explaining how did the Awans get 20 Blackberries from members of Congress
    • That these are these phones are with people 24/7 the Awan would have had to go house to house to house to house and break into the different Congressional members homes and get these things or steal them one at a time with it with then without there being an alert on Capitol Hill after the first or second burglary the idea of 20 burglaries
    • Now of phones is almost ridiculous because people keep their phones with them all the time not true for laptops but because it's the burglary of 20 phones all Trump has to do
    • Now or anyone has to do is talk about the serial numbers match the serial numbers
    • I obviously deep I have a source called deep blackberry that has the serial numbers
    • We can match those we could prove that the actual members of Congress are doing the running
    • They're running around going to different committee meetings they're going to different to the Library of Congress to sync their phone and send large PDF documents and
    • So once those attachments are sent they go to Imran's house there are be immediately available for Imran's house
    • So again here's em Ron server over at Imran's house it's a BlackBerry Enterprise Server
    • Any of these three committee meetings Intel Homeland Security or over here at Foreign Affairs
    • Anytime one of these members like Andre Carson, who sits on those committees, sends an email with an attachment it immediately goes over here to the Imran's house
    • To Imran Awan's house on that Lorton property
    • Now we're also working the visa thing
    • We haven't forgot about the visa thing
    • We're trying to attack this thing from a lot of different angles
    • But again we're working only with public information we're not and we have the FBI and JTTF against us that's 39,000 FBI agents it's about a million if you consider all the different Federal and State and DOD folks and aligned against us
    • So here are some of the names
    • I don't believe all of these folks are gonna be carrying the phones
    • But a lot of them are we'll keep looking at who a lot of these different people that the Awans work for
    • I do think there Sarah is gonna be a Becerra is gonna be one of them
    • Again 160k here they never show up for work something's obviously going over on
    • And then the other angle were continuing to work is this car dealership angle
    • We're also working the other places for potential espionage
    • So this SUPARCO that Hina Alvi is involved in
    • And her mother obviously being a satellite expert Bangladesh there just seems to be an obvious look area of inquiry by Congress to look into that
    • All the companies the logs have the 22 different companies
    • All those business records seem to be an obvious area that Congress can start looking at
    • And of course these connections with Natalia Sova to NADRA Bank these Ukrainian connections
    • Seems to be another obvious area--these car buying operations oftentimes are fronting operations our fencing operations for people like Alpha Jalloh to bring cars down from New York or New Jersey and then they can be bought with cash buy Ez-car buying and then they could be marketed through different dealerships in the Washington DC area
    • So far we've had a very tepid response
    • We've had one Congressman come forward on one couple of late-night shows saying we need a Congressional inquiry
    • That's really about all that's happened
    • Not much been a very tepid response to a spy ring in Congress
    • The other angles were working is if the awards indeed are enabling a network of shipping of dark weapons or black weapons through diplomatic through a diplomatic loophole
    • I'm gonna identify information in my case to get my file
    • So that we could start winnowing away
    • Now remember if I get the information in my case, we'll be able to prove one way the other whether the Awans were the ones that had that diplomatic those for diplomatic shipping containers or not
    • So we're still working that angle with the kind of dark weapons
    • We're also looking at shipping manifests for UAE Royals and trying to connect up to aliases for the UAE Royals
    • So in the in the process we'll also solve a lot of cases for a lot of other people
    • Hundreds of other cases literally there's probably well thousands of cases that are held up because the FBI used this 7e exemption
    • We're able to show that the 7e exemption is unconstitutional that will
    • I have standing so a lot of people still won't have standing but if we could show that it's unconstitutional if violates a fundamental right, we open up thousands of cases for different folks
    • So we're working on that
    • Of course JTTF is involved in a lot of other operations
    • we're gonna be Trish and Jason and gonna be in Boston all this week looking at Whitey Bulger and the Boston bombings and all the goings-on with bringing people in Patraeus bringing in these kill teams from other countries like the Tsarnaevs from Chechnya Todashev I can't remember where he's from
    • So we're looking at that as far as the Huma side of this of bringing in folks from other countries to open up this this CENTCOM potential leak at CENTCOM
    • Again if you don't remember what JTTF is in orange here are the 10 DoD including the Army and Army Intelligence G2
    • We've seen the G2 operations we've seen Army psyops over at CNN with disinfo Donnie as they call him
    • Of course we've got the 26 Federal agencies and all these investigative bodies or investigative units and
    • Now have been added to the Federal these 26 Federal agencies these are actually just basically CIA if filtrations into these areas
    • So you put in these different inspected inspect your units that's like almost just putting in political military officers into remote into government into foreign governments
    • They're all controlled from a central point
    • Again we're gonna lo at the dark weapons we keep looking at it
    • I'm doing the lots of work here in Manhattan running down the footsteps of Alpha Jalloh
    • One of the key operatives I believe one of the key FBI operatives steal the vehicles put the dark weapons in the trunk these smaller dark weapons
    • Alpha Jalloh being the high level fence he's been outlined that by numerous publications like New York Post and other things preparation of false documents
    • So there's a document trail there then there's also a document trail when they load into containers and then also obviously when they ship we can track them when they finally get to their end user
    • So we're working all these ratlines to try to work to try to unwind this Awan thing
    • Now that's the reason why we don't try just to pull on one or two or three different threads at a time we're trying to pull on ten different threads at a time until we get some help from Trump in terms of declassifying some information
    • We just have to do this all of ourselves we're looking at the actual car ratline and how they might have done how they might have brought things from New York
    • Had drivers drop off cars here have a second a second set of intermediary drivers drive over here
    • Launder payments through these two different mosques
    • So we're looking at all those records
    • Both of these have long ties to terrorist activity
    • So we keep drilling down on that
    • Again the only way you can focus on these dark weapons is looking at the ports
    • We're gonna lo at all the ports we're gonna look at places where they were stored Fort Belvoir Belvoir
    • And obviously the load point at being a national here over in Oxon Hill
    • So I know lawsuits people say oh that's gonna take a long time
    • Well there's a lot of law already out there and we've won Massachusetts the ACLU mass has won
    • So we're gonna be looking at that initially to get my file
    • So we can get a lot of this information about the Maersk's shipments those four containers
    • So we might hit a home run there we don't know
    • We're also looking at if we can trace some of the vehicles Alpha Jalloh told that actually go through the Awan dealerships out to diplomats in western Africa or Africa general and the Middle East
    • So looking at that threat as well of course we're gonna keep following the terrorist ties that the ones had with Al-Attar
    • And of course Al-Attar's long and sordid history with his car dealership and his fake billing and has kind of faked medical operations
    • So we are still following the two deaths of the two car dealers
    • I definitely believe that now that the classic motors DC was a funnel point for the Awans
    • Just have to actually get cars with VIN numbers going through the agency we published eight yesterday or the day before
    • We're gonna continue to lo at the ninety vehicles that were recovered in the New York and New Jersey rings
    • Gonna try to keep drilling down on those VIN numbers
    • That's gonna be key and
    • Then of course we're following the blood trail this is the Awans registered agent here Arshad Mahmud, who did the Virginia murders
    • We believe he did many more murders than that of different car dealers
    • Basically he's the Luca Brassi that's brought in when a car dealer starts holding out money or acting to what the system what the system is
    • Most of the time though he just kills them as 13 that are done that are used in stealing the cars
    • We believe that the car the mo is they hire these young kids that are old enough to drive cars but if they're caught they serve very little time
    • But at some point they kill the kill the kids
    • So that the memories of their crimes are expunged
    • And then they go and get two more kids
    • Of course that's why the salva time in the El Salvador Embassy in the Guatemalan embassy being closed
    • So close to where Mahmud lives here in Woodbridge is a nice benefit if you're in that business of killing the car thieves
    • So again finally Trump could make all this a moot point by just simply publishing the metadata of Hillary or Huma servers
    • Or now the recovered data on Imran server
    • So that's kind of the state of play this morning I know a lot of times you see me working individual different ratlines
    • And sometimes it's hard to see the big picture
    • So I'll do these summaries every once in a while
    • So you can kind of get caught up
    • So that's it for this morning and you'll see me out on the streets again today in New York
  • Day 298.2. Pieces Falling Into Place - Awans UAE RAK Royals - YouTube
    • Ok I thought I'd do version two of Day 298 and I'll get back to the royal family there
    • But title of this is in all Intelligence analysis--you can do about 80 percent or maybe even 90 percent sometimes they're even 95 percent sometimes with open source
    • But you can never do everything with open source Intelligence analysis I mean if we had the metadata of the emails yes you could because at that point then it would be available
    • But without opens with without some Intelligence without developing contacts this problem will never be solved
    • Now fortunately I have had the luck of the what I call the art dealer network in Europe
    • And then we've had the great benefit of having deep uranium and uranium 5
    • And then now the Echelon 7 which is just fantastic in terms of Intelligence gathering all over the world
    • Field intelligence
    • So you get to a sticking point you get this Field Intelligence
    • And then the other thing is developing your own sources by going to the places yourself and going to talking to different business owners on a street
    • Or on a in a store or just guys who are hanging out by the grocery store those are also sources you can develop your own sources
    • So really literally and through this process had to do it all every one of those things and you have to kind of follow that and and put those things together I mean in into a cohesive whole
    • And when things don't fit you have to have the flexibility of sort of like when you're putting a table together you don't put all the you don't crank down all the bolts you kind of leave it loose just in case things aren't always what they seem to be
    • So I'll explain that a little bit later
    • But this is the spiral I was talking about this morning and I want to go into when things fit here
    • Now this is most people don't know about UAE very much in the United Arab Emirates we might know about Dubai from watching this
    • and also about you a Abu Dhabi about Mayo Clinic and Cleveland Clinic
    • So that's been pretty well developed
    • But the seventh and smallest principality is this thing this Ras Al-Khaimah
    • Ras Al-Khaimah
    • And because it's a difficult pronunciation people actually just abbreviate it to the RAK
    • So this Ras Al-Khaimah
    • So now once the history of Ra's al Khaimah then everything starts making sense
    • These two guys the two sons or stepsons the previous ruler was 92 when he died an now you got this battle royale between these two right
    • Now this guy here the younger stepson hired a public relations firm in London and he has all these all this backing from Hillary Clinton all this money and that what they're trying to do is get rid of this guy
    • So that they could continue shipping black weapons and smuggling things to Iran
    • Now if you didn't know that, you wouldn't some you wouldn't connect this somehow to a black weapon shipping ring in the United States
    • It would just be two totally separate pieces of information
    • But once that then that really does make a lot of difference
    • So and I'll just explain how
    • So here's from that article we just loed at this is the I believe it's the Daily Mail article or maybe this is the new Guardian this is the Guardian
    • The RAK is the smallest of seven Emirates, but Sheikh Khalid Sheikh Khalid here think you can see it up here she Khalid who's been living in exile in London London and Oman has been used by California PR firms Washington lobbyists and American X Special Forces Officers
    • Which is this is the David Petraeus connection
    • To claim it and then it has fallen under Iranian influence and the kingdom used to be used for a port
    • This may be the other prince but anyway
    • They claim that the kingdom had fallen in becoming a port for smuggling parts for weapons into Iran and had become the center of gravity center of gravity for potential especially terrorist funding of Al-Qaeda Taliban and Al Shabaab
    • Now if anything about previous things we've done I've gone to all these different places I went to Minnesota Al-Shabaab which is gonna be Keith Ellison's district
    • You've got different basically representatives in Congress representing these three factions right
    • These are gonna be the 20 people that have the phones that have the BlackBerry phones right
    • But we're getting ahead of ourselves here the key thing is that the RAK the third one the third emirate is used as a port of smuggling arms for weapons for Iran
    • It has become the center of gravity for the money-laundering
    • Does that sound like Arkansas savings I mean Arkansas Development Finance Corporation to you?
    • Does that sound like Mena Airport to you?
    • Basically RAK is Mena Airport for Iran
    • Guns one way, drugs the other, right?
    • And then also the money laundering that goes along with it
    • Again, here is a direct connect Imran's car dealership with Al-Attar known Hezbollah guy going back 16 years right
    • Hezbollah car dealership and then all the tax evasion and and fake billing it's an obvious operative operatives
    • Use these schemes basically con-artist schemes to fund their operations
    • This is the contact Al Attar is our contact
    • And in any Intelligence gathering situation you just have to do this you have to keep things loose until they finally congeal to where everything lines up when everything lines up you get into that 95 98 percent confidence level
    • Sort of like forecasting the weather after you lo at all the charts and all the patterns and taking all the taking all the information
    • So that's gonna be Al-Attar
    • Now once that that this is the channel this is the channel of the funnel through the RAK to get all the weapons in Iran
    • I'm not talking about weapons into the Sunni kingdoms which is going to be through Qatar
    • I'm talking about the Iranian weapons
    • This is Iran-Contra all over again
    • Now it might not have ever even ended this isIran-Contra continued
    • But that this is what we've got
    • So everything starts making sense and you have to follow follow the information
    • >>>CONT
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2017.06.06 21:48 subreddit_stats Subreddit Stats: TheSilphRoad posts from 2017-05-22 to 2017-06-05 19:14 PDT

Period: 14.25 days
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Rate (per day) 65.70 2583.92
Unique Redditors 759 7264
Combined Score 49095 212316

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  1. 5094 points, 5 submissions: dronpes
    1. Good news! We've confirmed six common species have been removed from eggs! Plus, 2 additional species have changed rarity. [Silph Research Group] (1766 points, 630 comments)
    2. Progress in the fight against bots: The New Anti-Cheat Bot Detection [Megathread] (1012 points, 536 comments)
    3. Adventure Week has concluded! [Megathread] (1010 points, 581 comments)
    4. The new egg rarity tiers broken out by egg distance! (817 points, 256 comments)
    5. Nest Migration #22 has Occurred! Report your new local nesting species! (489 points, 320 comments)
  2. 1619 points, 1 submission: Constyy
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  3. 1547 points, 3 submissions: arthurmauk
    1. New Pokemon Go advertisement in London: are any other cities seeing the same? Hype for new event? (1229 points, 248 comments)
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    3. How do you nickname your Pokemon? (0 points, 40 comments)
  4. 1405 points, 1 submission: Reecon-it
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  5. 1349 points, 1 submission: CarstenBiers
    1. Merged 2 graphics: Egg distance chart and egg hatching rarity tiers. (more in comments) (1349 points, 415 comments)
  6. 892 points, 1 submission: preciouspent
    1. Idea to help the colorblind (892 points, 107 comments)
  7. 873 points, 1 submission: Fast_Moon
    1. [Suggestion] Add "Watering Holes" to Atlas (873 points, 121 comments)
  8. 777 points, 1 submission: emin3m34
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  9. 747 points, 1 submission: nokrilik
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  10. 741 points, 1 submission: TheGoodSpeler
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  11. 710 points, 1 submission: ajmong
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  12. 701 points, 1 submission: tobingaa
    1. Niantic is working on a way to enable Pokestop submissions in the future. (701 points, 107 comments)
  13. 688 points, 1 submission: Entac1165
    1. [Suggestion] Add another 50 meters for gym interaction (688 points, 137 comments)
  14. 668 points, 1 submission: Mormegil1971
    1. [idea]The current pokestop rates should be made permanent. (668 points, 240 comments)
  15. 668 points, 1 submission: lusciouslou
    1. Thank you so much The Silph Road for informing us all. (668 points, 78 comments)
  16. 664 points, 1 submission: oregone1
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  17. 640 points, 1 submission: MrDNL
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  20. 611 points, 1 submission: TetrasSword
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  21. 596 points, 1 submission: SerLevArris
    1. Shadowbanned is good, but how about "No Revives from Pokestops" as well? (596 points, 207 comments)
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    1. Sighting List literally going blank every minute (514 points, 134 comments)
  23. 503 points, 1 submission: boomeu1
    1. There were 25+ Pokestops around me (middle of a city), yet this Dragonite showed up 6 stops away. Probably RNG, but is there any indication rares are prioritized more on the tracker? I was certainly suprised. (It fled by the way, 2200+ cp) (503 points, 122 comments)
  24. 500 points, 1 submission: littlehawn1
    1. Shadowbanned lifted (500 points, 324 comments)
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    1. Pokemon Go does boost physical activity, study finds (494 points, 182 comments)
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    1. Anyone else keep lists like this to plan for future buddymons? (465 points, 258 comments)
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    1. Pokémon Direct tomorrow (409 points, 131 comments)
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  32. 386 points, 2 submissions: FR4NCESTHEMUTE
    1. Ever drop Pokemon in Gyms just so others can get Pokedex data? (383 points, 301 comments)
    2. Your RNG Nightmares (3 points, 106 comments)
  33. 380 points, 1 submission: AquaticPianist
    1. The Silph Road has been mentioned in Wired.com! (380 points, 37 comments)
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    1. Shower thought: Is Snorlax going to be way harder to obtain in Gen 4? (353 points, 246 comments)
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    1. Corsola in Destin, FL (338 points, 56 comments)
  37. 323 points, 1 submission: bhutos
    1. PSA: Save dust and candy by checking where the Mathfloor rounding kicks in for your attackers (And why it really needs to go) (323 points, 204 comments)
  38. 316 points, 1 submission: JameRetief2005
    1. [Idea] An easily implemented proposal for radically altering the gym meta if Niantic maintains CP as the ranking system (316 points, 83 comments)
  39. 314 points, 1 submission: zero2four
    1. Dodging should provide energy - result nerfing tanks boosting glass canons (314 points, 132 comments)
  40. 312 points, 2 submissions: dtompkins06
    1. [Improvement] Reserved Placement while Prestiging (293 points, 153 comments)
    2. [Idea] High Level Spawn viewable on map, and battle then catch (19 points, 12 comments)
  41. 291 points, 1 submission: ZaOniRinku
    1. Developer Insights: A look into Pokémon GO Loading Screens - Pokémon GO (291 points, 68 comments)
  42. 278 points, 1 submission: the_kevlar_kid
    1. I caught a perfect Shuckle. Does it have any use? (278 points, 263 comments)
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    1. Limited time only offer in the shop. Am I the only one seeing this? (276 points, 111 comments)
  44. 264 points, 3 submissions: DietrichDoesDamage
    1. How many 100% Pokémon do you have and what are they? (145 points, 827 comments)
    2. This last event seems to have added better gym diversity. (83 points, 75 comments)
    3. Which Pokémon would you like to see more of in gyms? (36 points, 121 comments)
  45. 254 points, 1 submission: CopperWxMan
    1. [Idea] Pop-up window of summary of accomplishments at the conclusion of an event. (254 points, 35 comments)
  46. 251 points, 1 submission: natureruler
    1. PSA: Today I received a promo code from the Sprint MyTrainerRewards Event. (251 points, 123 comments)
  47. 249 points, 1 submission: duwease
    1. Do Gym Battles really need remote validation during every move? (249 points, 97 comments)
  48. 245 points, 1 submission: ssreddit333
    1. Never seen such gym shown on the left (gym on exact same point) (245 points, 35 comments)
  49. 244 points, 2 submissions: Arenthesis
    1. Trainer Titles (140 points, 67 comments)
    2. The Silph Road Pins (104 points, 39 comments)
  50. 242 points, 1 submission: larrygopnik
    1. All of Ursaring's moves save for Hyper Beam are SE against Tyranitar (242 points, 84 comments)
  51. 238 points, 3 submissions: Nevarien
    1. [Survey] How many Larvitars did you catch during the Adventure Week? (please exclude ones caught during the increased spawn period in the first couple of hours) (221 points, 383 comments)
    2. Pokémon Go (short) eye tracking while playing (17 points, 10 comments)
    3. Anyone else felt/noticed that the blank sighting issue has diminished today? (0 points, 13 comments)
  52. 238 points, 1 submission: HAWAll
    1. I don't understand the need for a battle timer (238 points, 112 comments)
  53. 235 points, 1 submission: thelastboyscout20
    1. [Idea] Niantic should add a "your daily best" feature (235 points, 24 comments)
  54. 229 points, 1 submission: mrnarci
    1. The Verge reporting: Niantic earns up to 50 cents per visit to sponsored Pokémon Go stops (229 points, 76 comments)
  55. 225 points, 1 submission: papereel
    1. My favorite underrated attacker - Magneton! (225 points, 158 comments)
  56. 220 points, 1 submission: I_Believe_in_Rocks
    1. Has my husband been shadowbanned, or is this a bug someone else is also experiencing? He's considering quitting PoGo. (220 points, 309 comments)
  57. 220 points, 1 submission: Unubore
    1. Sprint having Great Balls, Lucky Eggs and Incense Giveaways plus a Lure-A-Thon (220 points, 123 comments)
  58. 214 points, 1 submission: PeoplesPickle
    1. Anyone else notice it seems harder to get potions from Pokestops? (214 points, 149 comments)
  59. 208 points, 1 submission: Cyclops75
    1. People with physical disabilities, any reason to still play? (208 points, 205 comments)
  60. 202 points, 1 submission: Zyxwgh
    1. Underrated Prestigers #6: Fighting Fire with Fire - why Magcargo is the best prestiger against Fire (202 points, 138 comments)
  61. 197 points, 3 submissions: IsoldesKnight
    1. 4 Ideas for Fixing Gyms without a Complete Rework (121 points, 133 comments)
    2. How Niantic can Stick it to Bots (74 points, 133 comments)
    3. How Great is that 'Mon? (2 points, 20 comments)
  62. 185 points, 1 submission: petikas
    1. Why the secrecy for individual values? (185 points, 178 comments)
  63. 181 points, 2 submissions: carcharoth28
    1. Gym Blind (181 points, 115 comments)
    2. A gym system to allow them all (0 points, 4 comments)
  64. 181 points, 1 submission: stanxv
    1. Pokémon GO Plus is now $29.50, with shipping, from Amazon and Wal-Mart! (181 points, 98 comments)
  65. 179 points, 3 submissions: BattleCalc
    1. May 26th GAME_MASTER = no surprise (94 points, 25 comments)
    2. June 2nd GAME_MASTER = no change (62 points, 46 comments)
    3. Actual Max CP HP Stats (23 points, 1 comment)
  66. 175 points, 1 submission: jacobseagall
    1. Video of Promo Code Redemption (175 points, 39 comments)
  67. 171 points, 1 submission: Csusmatt
    1. [Idea] Instead of the generic "splash" sound when encountering a spawn, the game should play the pokemon's unique sound (171 points, 34 comments)

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Top Submissions

  1. Good news! We've confirmed six common species have been removed from eggs! Plus, 2 additional species have changed rarity. [Silph Research Group] by dronpes (1766 points, 630 comments)
  2. Legendaries and PvP coming this SUMMER! by Constyy (1619 points, 528 comments)
  3. TeamEevolution (confirmed Water Event) Leaks a Fire and Ice Event in 10 days by Reecon-it (1405 points, 683 comments)
  4. Merged 2 graphics: Egg distance chart and egg hatching rarity tiers. (more in comments) by CarstenBiers (1349 points, 415 comments)
  5. New Pokemon Go advertisement in London: are any other cities seeing the same? Hype for new event? by arthurmauk (1229 points, 248 comments)
  6. Progress in the fight against bots: The New Anti-Cheat Bot Detection [Megathread] by dronpes (1012 points, 536 comments)
  7. Adventure Week has concluded! [Megathread] by dronpes (1010 points, 581 comments)
  8. Idea to help the colorblind by preciouspent (892 points, 107 comments)
  9. [Suggestion] Add "Watering Holes" to Atlas by Fast_Moon (873 points, 121 comments)
  10. The new egg rarity tiers broken out by egg distance! by dronpes (817 points, 256 comments)

Top Comments

  1. 930 points: Iluminiele's comment in TeamEevolution (confirmed Water Event) Leaks a Fire and Ice Event in 10 days
  2. 621 points: thecolourbleu's comment in Does the game need features for when you're not out exploring?
  3. 584 points: dentgage's comment in Lapras Post Nerf
  4. 564 points: mizznox's comment in Weirdest experience I've had so far with this game happened yesterday.
  5. 548 points: asura152's comment in Shadowbanned is good, but how about "No Revives from Pokestops" as well?
  6. 519 points: Reecon-it's comment in TeamEevolution (confirmed Water Event) Leaks a Fire and Ice Event in 10 days
  7. 513 points: Hisucchi's comment in Legendaries and PvP coming this SUMMER!
  8. 499 points: AnujKulkarni's comment in New Pokemon Go advertisement in London: are any other cities seeing the same? Hype for new event?
  9. 497 points: Angelligent's comment in Pokemon go 1 year anniversary event
  10. 492 points: burko81's comment in [Suggestion] Add another 50 meters for gym interaction
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2017.05.28 23:07 BattleActionHank C-Springs Lure-A-Thon

Hello, fellow travelers. As many of you know, Sprint has been trying to do events recently, with varying degrees of success. Recently, on my My Trainer Rewards account, an event titled "Pokemon GO Lure-A-Thon (Colorado Springs)" popped up and I figured it was visible to me because I lived in the area, but last night, Oxone_PkMnTrnr with USA-South flair mentioned it on here, so I figured I'd go check it out since this seems to be the only place doing a "Lure-A-Thon." When I showed up around 11:10, the stop was lured and the display shown above was in front of the store, along with cornhole and chairs. Other than that, the store was pretty quiet, people sort of trickled in and out individually or with their kids (shout-out to Cash). No promo-codes to be given out or anything like that, just a jar to enter your name and number for a chance to with a $50 Amazon gift card. I really only stayed for a couple lures to get some biome lure data for one of the research team studies, but the event was very much not a huge focus. Still, if you're in the Springs, there's a bout an hour left from the time of this going up to go to the Sprint store on Centennial to try to get an Amazon gift card.
TL;DR: A Sprint store in Colorado Springs advertised a My Trainer Rewards event where the store was lured and you could enter for a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card. No promos or anything earth-shattering.
EDIT: Also, there's supposed to be a picture of the booth, but it's not posting for some reason. http://imgur.com/a/bAJfz
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2017.05.03 08:28 911bodysnatchers322 Part 33: 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.
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  • [Day 185.3. Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • Just wanted to talk a little bit about the Maryland option here: Maybe there were tickets in Md.
    • I forgot to mention the TriCare connection
    • If you were going after US Veterans, there are two ways to go: Everybody knows Vietnam Operation Ducksuit--Henry Kissinger-- addicting soldiers on Heroin from Laos, the Hmong tribe, old news.
    • If this is just a continuation. And Ted Gunderson said "they are bringing in Heroin in these bodies cavities from these US Soldiers coming back from Vietnam" Remember that's what we're talking about Ft. Bragg NC
    • If you're willing to do that, are you just willing to use a different intelligence agency to sell drugs illegally or synthetically in the US Medical System when the soldiers return home?
    • So there's two things going on: there's the revenge theory which is there's 50 yrs of droning our weddings and we hate you for that and that's how you recruit; and the other theory is this is just a way to build a better Pakistan, even though I think Imran thinks he's in her majesty's service of the UAE. That's the other theory--the more the Gulen theory of soft jihad: we'll sell watered down drugs synthetically to US Service Personnel and we'll branch out to hospitals and nursing homes. Like Javed here with hospice care. People are so old and so forth, there's nobody around and they'll be easy marks.
    • There's 2 things going on: one is more insidious and I'm not saying that that is necessarily revenge kill strategy.
    • But we do have a lot of veterans 22 a day that are dying of suicide. And that's what leads me to believe there is a program like the old CHAOS program that the CIA ran during the Vietnam war. So history kind of repeats.
    • The Baltimore option here is : are some of Sammy's tickets--somehow Imran moving cars around doesn't get any tickets, which is what leads me to believe Sammy is a fake name on a license he gives when he gets a ticket, or it's a license he gives his contractors
    • {{ George, if it's a real Indian surname this could simply be another 'layer' of plausible deniability by blaming Indians, something a nefarious Pakistani would do--blame the Indians (and vice versa) -- just like how a Korean guy might pass as Mexican with the right clothes and tattoos }}
    • If Suriya Begum is in the mix, is involved in the healthcare of both MD and VA's VA, then some of those tickets are going to be going to Baltimore, because they do have 2 corporations together--new dawn 2001 and Nanoset technologies, which we still haven't answered the question to.
    • 5111 Leesburg Pike -- I went there, it's actually a Target right there on Leesburg, and these are hidden, nondescript buildings, very CIA, no signage or lettering. It's also the base of Tricare. Forget about the 111 which CIA likes to use as kind of an inside WINK on a lot of its buildings.
    • 5111 Leesburg Pike, it's not only DISA, but it's also the Tricare's HQ--so this takes on another level of ominous tones if that's true. I wanted to believe it was just surveillance information, going from NGA to DISA, but it could also be the health angle, or both.
    • Hina Alvi in Gannondale Annandale is near Dynport ((not Dyncorp))--I'm not just doing geographic correlation I'm just saying that's why you would want someone in Annandale, and right next to Dyncorp as well.
    • False Church Falls Church is your meeting point between Tyson's Corner and {{Annandale?}} -- kind of like every month you meet with the boss to see how you're doing.
    • That's the Baltimore angle, so will be interesting to see if the tickets come up in Md or not.
  • [Day 185.4 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • I'm going to focus in on the guy who was living with Imran Awan--who I thought was fake and not a real person--Mr. Toqueer.
    • "Sammy" -- "Sampson Toqueer Winfield"
    • Marine 'stolen blackberries' of Imrans
    • NGA in the middle of the homes for contractors
    • Customer side of the ratline are the front company car dealerships
    • When you want to clear money in large amounts--say in UAE in Abu Dhabi--you would use the mortgage companies--that's Sammy's expertise
    • Sammy has a social security number. I ran his SS number, and it's is odd because he was born in 1963, but then didn't get a SS number until 1993.
    • I do remember the CIA had this exchange program where they would bring in kids, have them stay with foster families until they were about ready to be married. And if they were to be married they'd have to be adopted by their parents for the first time. This happens with a lot of kids, which is interesting. {{ citation needed }}
    • This is Cleveland Clinic--this is in Cleveland, now, not in Va. Sammy has 3 businesses along this strip, Lakeshore Boulevard, of course the car dealership where folks were murdered {{is just south of his pin}}
    • 22034 Lakeshore Blvd, 22408 Lakeshore Blvd and 103 East 233rd Street -- 3mi from furthest place to Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital
    • Mr. Godwin--who was killed by Steve Stephens--his funeral was right here, {{just a few blocks from 233rd st}}, which I thought was really odd since he was killed on 93rd street, but he had 10 kids so it could have been a lot of {{other circumstances}}
    • But then there's this WINK they throw in here, "you've not heard the last of Robert Godwin." So I thought, oh I hope it's not one of those winks. {{ie:there will be more slayings and/or serial tomfoolery}}
    • This is for tomorrow: you're going to find Sammy is going to have a real estate near the CDC in Atlanta and other stuff going on around the country, around hospitals and other government installations.
  • [Day 186 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • I'd like to send this to Wayne Madsen WMRDC -- seems like all the great reporters have DC in their twitter handle
    • I want to follow up more on the people who lived here with Imran in Springfield--people coming and going
    • As you may remember, Springfield was the first house I went to. Looks like contractors staying there
    • Now there's 12 houses Imran has in the Washington area
    • Who knows if contractors are coming and going from India and Pakistan
    • But I did find a link to this guy named Ramesh S Jain, and I'll explain who he is in a sec and why I think he lives there
    • If you do a search on that property, it will come back and say this person here Samson Toqueer Winfield started 6 different companies at this house--this is where the stepmom was imprisoned, {{ Imran recap }} -- one of them being Winfield Mortgage, a lot of mortage, construction companies, where if a lot of money were coming and going in large amounts, it wouldn't [raise any eyebrows] at the bank, up to a million dollars in the DC area. So that's always an interesting funnel for the drug business, if you're going to move money offshore to the Abu Dhabi.
    • That's why Sam Toqueer is interesting, he not only has 6 companies with Imran, but he also gets these 17 tickets while he's driving there and has no license and no registration and that strikes me as odd.
    • If you drill down on this Samson Toqueer Winfield's Social Security Number {{ SEE VIDEO for NUMBER }}, this is the State of issuance is Ohio, I believe. The interesting thing about it is he was born in 196z but wasn't issued a birth certificate until 199z.
    • A lot of times, what will happen is the CIA will do these exchanges with other countries. So they'll send 36 agents to PK and then PK will send 36 students (agents in training) to the US. And sometimes this is what they'll do is--his date of birth is May 196z they don't actually say a date on his birth certificate. That way you can't pin him down to May 17 being his birthday which I think it is, because on his facebook it says may 17 and everyone's saying happy birthday {{sorry FB is publicly volunteered data so I can put that}}
    • But anyway, so this is running down his social security number here, but then it ties him back to these addresses, which is Bristow VA, Oxon Hill, MD which is on the way to Andrews Airforce base, not coincidentally.
    • Ramesh Jain is this email address connected to this social security number Ramesh Jain xxxx VA yet another address. Looks like Ramesh Jain lives there but has this identity over at Imran's house. He went to IIT in India, it's like their Ivy League,this is like our equivalent of our Yale, Harvard, Princeton
    • This is Ramesh S Jain's linkedin, it says he's a cultural affairs specialist for the State Department
    • During this last year on his facebook, people are asking him especially after the election--when are you going to sell (as in get out)?
    • I believe this is the roommate of Imran Awan.
    • He may not be. There is another Ramesh Jain in California a professor who works on wearables for network naval surveillance--monitoring you by your clothes as you walk into different restaurants at the mall--being able to track you that way.
    • Imran / Sammy recap / Hawkshead-Marine-Blackberry recap
    • I immediately started thinking is Sammy really Rammy? If Sammy is Rammy and Rammy works at the State Dept, then could those blackberries really be Hillary/Humas', et al. This could be the treasure trove.
    • Again you wouldn't want McCabe to run those down there, you'd want someone else to do it--to drive those devices down. I believe those devices were moved from Thomas Drive to Hawkshead drive and I don't believe the Marine lied.
    • If Sammy is state dept guy, there's another connection to Hillary, possibly bringing those blackberries down here
    • The other thing I noticed--and steve jobs used to say, for some reason Canada RIM (research in motion owns blackberry) stored all their messages in India, and I think it was Mumbai---and I remember steve jobs complaining that when you send someone a message across town in NY, it goes to India. And then I started thinking about TechMahindra and Lightcommunications. All this communication could be intercepted. This was the early version, the pre-iphone, pre-samsung version of a way of intercepting messages in Washington DC for Hillary Clinton. I believe in 2009, Blackberry even said that the Indian government is allowed to intercept anything coming and going for noncommercial customers.
    • Tricare-- US Army Doctor Referral services. The reason why tricare goes there is so that you can refer the right doctors. If you control this intercept, you can intercept people coming in and requesting from the VA hospitals where they go. If you had a network of PK ISI leaning doctors or affinity groups you've established, you could farm business directly to those doctors. And Suriya Begum--who is in business again at this address, Thomas drive, and also in Lorton--you could funnel information to doctors. It's very important if certain doctors are prescribing synthetic drugs or watered-down drugs
    • {{ George goes to Cleveland map }} Sammy / Rammy {{working theory}} then has these businesses on Lakeshore drive along the strip near Cleveland Clinic, so if you were trying to infiltrate a large institution with synthetic drugs this would be the right way to do it. There are related drug / care businesses in the area, to give quarterweight, halfweight drugs
    • Was the server there at Hawkshead drive? The marine didn't mention the server there. But it's an important thing to followup on.
    • There was a researcher in our group wo did talk the Capitol police, talked to a Sargeant, talked to a public information officer and said that the grand jury file is sealed and we're trying to find out what that means. Usually means it's dismissed and never even gets entered. But if there's a file there means there's a finding of fact. And there was an indictment. They don't seal the file if the case was dismissed and there was no evidence.
    • Remember the marine called the FBI first, and they called the police and the intelligence for one of the armed services.
    • So there's a lot of people involved in this investigation. There's a lot of data, when you have a lot of investigations you'll have a lot of data, and those court records are sealed
    • I called theDailyCaller and asked my contact there to confirm it for his publication and hopefully he will get independent information from the public information officer.
  • [Day 186 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 2 - YouTube]
    • Keep sending to @WMRDC
    • I just talked to Charles Ortel--he is a great investigator. He likes complex frauds--he did really well on Wall St, took some years off and now he's doing the Clinton investigation, along with, brought in by Jerome Corsi, DC Bureau Chief of Alex Jones
    • He's got a book coming out and I wanted to plug that. Maybe we'll start tweeting him as well
    • @georgwebb is my twitter account -- I'm going to start tweeting documents as I get them
    • Quarterly updates during the day, this is kind of a journalism school document by document, as I learn I will pass on what I learn to everyone else
    • A couple of documents came out in the interim here
    • Rammy and Sammy and itenerant workers from PK and fathers from far-flug police forces, other folks who may or may not be involved from the State dept. There's a lot of moving parts to this but I'll keep trying to simplify
    • We start asking the question is Sammy Rammy or are they 2 different people?
    • Sammy migrated to a 1.7M house further away from DC in Bristow
    • If they are 2 different people, they are tied together by the sale of this home
    • {{ The transcript here is getting too difficult for this particular video because of the pointing and the financials, sorry, watch the video; also I don't want to doxx here, even though this is public tax assessor info}}
    • We're going to Atlanta after this, we'll keep following the documents and the facts
    • Ramesh S Jain "Works at Classified" whenever I see 'works at classified' 'works at state dept' .. I called State Dept and asked for Cultural Affairs Specialist, no record of Ramesh S. Jain ever working there.
    • The first thing I thought of was Yunus' sewing machines for kidneys program but the better angels of my nature plied me away from that thought.
    • Somebody mentioned also that the laptops could serve as a blackberry enterprise server. So if you were trying to monitor a whole bunch of people at the state dept--say 19 people with separate emails--you could use laptops to log all their calls. You could monitor all 19 of their activities at all times. They could have all of Huma's emails on them. An interesting what-if.
    • Michael Ruppert and Gary Webb recap--our investigation is just following their method of public source documents and putting it together.
  • [Day 186.3 Not Related to Awan Brothers, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • I'm here at the site of the triple murder. Three muslim kids were killed here.
    • Hello? Doors open, I'll go up and knock
    • Hello? {{knocks on door}}
    • Three muslim kids were killed here execution style they were tied behind their back and shot in the head and it gained international attention because the kids were muslims.
    • Two black kids were sent to trial for this crime, 19, 20. What's interesting about the trial is the two kids--original trial had one kid, ten of the jurors said he was innocent. Very unusual for 10 jurors said he was innocent, 2 hung jurors and then have a retrial, the state retried the case and then one of the accomplices turned states evidence and the other kid was convicted. {{ Isn't that double jeopardy? }}
    • Doesn't look like anyone is home unfortunately {{leaves}}
    • I just wanted to say that, I'm not saying this is connected in any way to the Awans or any kind of bringing in Muslim espionage into the US
    • But what I AM saying is that the pattern of having 3 muslim assassins has been repeated in many cases in the US. The Tsarnaev brothers was one of the cases.
    • If you look back into their situation there was actually a third partner that was training in VA with them at a training camp. We were warned by the Russians about the Tsarnaevs about them being possible terrorist risk, which we ignored, which is what led me to believe there was a connection to the CIA with them.
    • There was also a triple murder which I believe the Tsarnaevs carried out in Boston not too much before they were there.
    • This is the whole kill-the-kill team: You come in with a new team of 3 and you kill the old team and all the secret die with them. That's really where I'm coming from.
    • I want to look into these situations like Stevie Steve: where you hire 2-4 Somalis to go and kill the Rhodens in Ohio or kill the Kuzniks or situations where you have the LISK where you're hiring MS13 killers to either shuttle women around or shuttle drugs around and then also do the killings, so anyway,.
    • Lots of traffic here. {{ Noisy caravan of cars pass }} THERE WAS NO TRAFFIC ON THIS STREET BEFORE I GOT HERE.
    • Oh also Rolling Stone wants to do a hit piece on me {{ LET THEM! It will backfire!! }} They're going around to all the people I've talked to, so we'll see if that comes out
  • [Day 186.4 Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 4 - YouTube]
    • @WMRDC I hope to speak to Jerome Corsi soon as well so I appreciate Charles Ortel for setting that up for me
    • Ramesh S Jain who is working for the State Dept as 'classified' area at the State Dept--they are denying his involvement
    • It's actually not Ramesh S but Ramesh C Jain was the one working at State Dept
    • I'm not ready to say that Ramesh S. Jain is not part of this story -- it could be his son, they bear a resemblance to each other, and the fact he's at the State dept, and they are denying his existence at the State Dept, plus we have his SSN that ties him to the property, so I just don't want to give up on Ramesh S, but Ramesh C is the one who did the real estate transactions I talked about in the last video
    • The Springfield house--the first house Imran buys--I believe "the father" Ramesh C Jain is kind of like a business mentor to Imran. {{ George believes Syed Pir Mohammed Shah--who is alive in PK is the Uncle }} Muhammad Shah is more the military icon in his life; I think Ramesh is going to be the Business / American mentor--he's come to America and has been successful--doing a little bit of psychological profiling, don't have a lot of proof of that {{ working theory }}
    • I do have proof Ramesh C Jain came to US in 1984 he had been in the oil business-very successful, different process industry
    • It ties together the uncle {{Possibly Sayed Pir Mohammed Shah}}, Imran's father {{deceased Mohammed Shah, the Pirless}}; I believe this is going to be his son at this house for a while, and the stepmother, we also have the 6 companies here, 3 of them are Winfield mortgages.
    • Of the 17 tickets, 13 are moving violations, I think the other four are parking tickets--what is strange is there is no license no registration and the license is never pulled; that almost strikes me as a diplomatic passport
    • Ramesh C Jain posting or reposting (on FB) -- "We are Jatts, we don't break hearts we only break bones. Proud to be a Jatt"
    • You may remember that from the Awans. The Awans said "we are the awans we break bones not hearts".
    • Quickly eplain what a Jatt is--Jatt is the eastern half of Pakistan. If you look at PK on the US map it's about NY to Florida
    • This would be the cut of the area {{ points to red blob }} is the Jatt area.
    • The T here is the Tribe, so that tribe actually would be like albany NY area, close to the border but it would include the Lahore area, parts of Lahore as well.
    • A subset of even that is the province of Sealcot, that's where Jamal's rice company is that sends 16 month apart rice orders
    • There's a little bit of CIA anthropology here but it really explains: we have Ramesh C Jain saying "We are Jatts" is a very pro-Pakistani thing {{ to say }}
    • The "son" Ramesh S Jain would never say anything like that being from I believe he's from the eastern side of India which is going to be Chinai
    • Here's Imran's Rice order which comes from {{incomprehensible}} which is that very small subset of Jatt
    • Here is who I believe is Imran's Uncle. Very militaristic guy, there's a million pictures of him directing border war army terrorist operations. And his wife is the head of import/export immigration to Canada. This is the couple that fled to Canada. He said he had a heart condition, that's why he stayed in Canada. And then she stayed on the base there, said it was terrorism so her whole family stayed.
    • You may also remember Mohammed Shah, Imran's father also had a heart condition and died recently, in January. Are they the same person? Who knows, are they brother, uncle and had similar heart conditions? Who knows? We'll get there
    • Don't forget Suriya Begum, east PK or Bangladesh, is involved in this company AAIT.
    • Dr. M. Pannah has worked for these 30 different agencies, "the dyncorp backbone"
    • And again this troubles me because the Office of the Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the Army US Information Agency (AAIT) -- this is passwords for field medics. This is how you get a logon authorization to get into the US Army field Medic program is also called AAIT--just too much of a coincidence for me.
    • If Suriya Begum didn't work for the VA in MD and VA, if there weren't all these connections to Jatt and these militaristic connections, I wouldn't feel so bad.
    • One of the wives working for Tricare--which is really the Army Doctor Referral Service at 5 one-one-one, {{ Laughs }} happens to be 111 leesburg pike road. Over and over, Army-VA connections
    • I showed the proof of this earlier, that Mr. Ramesh Jain did buy those houses
    • Again we have to look at the server logs and look at what the FBI field report was, because the FBI came to the Lorton house [hawkshead drive] and picked up those laptops and blackberries. We need that report to be released. The FBI needs to acknowledge the existence of the case and the report, because a Marine stood there and told me that the FBI came and got them. We need to unseal the indictment in the DC district of the Dept of Justice
    • That's four for today and that's the wrap.
  • [Day 187.1 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 1 - YouTube]
    • I'm heading to Indianapolis area, Kokomo to research a double murder of 2 girls, aged 14 and 13 and I believe it's connected to another group that trains not to far from there, in a place called Plainsfield IN
    • I know there's a lot of things that have thrown people off the trail in this case, and I'll explain when I get to the murder scene, just bear with me on this
    • The homework on this to prepare is to look up an organization called Jamaat ul Fuqra. The easy way to remember Jamaat ul Fuqra, just think of jam, you're going to out with your friends and Jam, make some music, then make you AA meeting, then you get only T at the end so you get Jamaat which means 'group' in the arabc form they speak in PK {{ roflcopter }}
    • Because Jamaat ul Fuqra is a PK extremeist terrorist organisation and they are based right here in the USA, 22 training camps here in the US. On the Fuq part ...{{ then George explains how not to say the f word because you're kids aren't using foul langugage as part of his silly but delightful mnemonic -- personally I think of "F--- Okra" because you know F okra its gross (fried:is ok) }}
    • I want you to google it, I want you to go to the Christian Action Network--again it's not a religious thing...or PK thing, it's a PK ISI extremeist group training group training in america, killing 13 yr old girls thing. So I just want to make that clear.
    • What you'll do then is look at Fox Business or Fox News, Varney or Tucker Carlson, if you google fox and fuqra you'll see an interview video there[][][][]
    • I'm going to the HQ, there's 22 of them in the US. They map very nicely with the Gulen Schools btw
    • At the training camps they teach commando tactics. One of they tactics they teach is called garrotting.
    • What I'm going to show today is called "the bridge kill" and then the garrotting.
    • You'll actually see film that CO police officer made of where they garrote the person around the neck, the child clutches for their neck, and then do another garrote quickly around the neck and then stab a knee in the back to make the kid go to the knees, and then hit the kid with a rock or some heavy object.
    • You'll see that actually demostrated by Jamaat ul Fuqra, and it's in Plainsfield IN. It's only going to be about 20mi--less than that actually--to the murder scene. You're going to see a picture of a white guy like me there, and I'll explain his role as a handler, and I'll explain how the team of three work in this situation so they won't need a handler the next time.
    • This is going to be very much like the Tsarnaev brothers like the kill team they killed before [their arrest], and you're going to find out that Omar Matten was on the same team of three--the guy who tried to kill Trump by stealing a gun in Las Vegas--so this whole team of 3 is going to come out and you're going to find that the team of 3 in Ft. Wayne was also a kill team that went awry.
    • ISNA islamic society of north america, another thing to google is a guy Rosic / Nihad Rosic you'll find he was arrested in Plainsfield IN taking weapons to Plainsfield IN. He is Bosnian, and he has ties to the Bosnian war and not only that he was working with 5 other guys using coded messages. Those were 2 kill teams. I know that's a lot of homework.
    • If you google these things (above) and you'll see the garroting, you'll see the knee in the back, the choking, the rock in the head. I'm not making this up, this is a CO police officer that supplied this, and you'll see what I'm saying is true.
    • I'll explain the rest--and I'll tie the Ft. Wayne murders to the Indianapolis murders later today.
    • I hope this uploads, I've been blocked by Youtube.
  • [Day 187.2 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens. Part 2 - YouTube]
    • I'm ready to tell everyone what Jamaat ul Fuqra means--the PK extremist group that's in the US with 22 training camps.
    • Fuqra means poor, so in the PK form of Arabic it means group of the poor. But it really means something more subtle than that. It means "the group of the disenfranchised"--like the 'poor because something was taken away from them'.
    • I can guarantee you Graham Fuller knows very well that that's exactly what that means: he's a very incredible sociologist and anthropologist in choosing these names. It's very good planning.
    • But it's the people of the Muslim world that didn't get to cash in on the oil
    • "We're all brothers in the Muslim Brotherhood, but some of us were fortunate because Allah ordained the oil for our future, but some of us are poor because the Americans and the British disenfranchised us from it". That's the general rhetoric
    • If you go the centers that are Jamaat ul Fuqra training camps, you're going to hear that rhetoric
    • Gulen Schools is not going to be so much. It's really a weeder process--to see who is going to be a doctor, who will be a lawyer, a psychologist and who is going to go to the training camp--[training camp] is kind of like community college if you don't make it to med school
    • Rolling Stone is doing a hit piece right now -- two reporters going around to all the places I've ever interviewed. And I'm going to be one of 3 or 4 people they cite as 'hey he's inciting violence against innocent muslim people' -- and I'm not.
    • As you know, I defended a Muslim kid in Portland--it was one of the fake-crime things that Andrew McCabe set up. It was 3 yrs they spent 3 informants, they illegally wiretapped the kid, they built the bomb for the kid, and then eventually put the kid in jail for 30 yrs. So I was the guy leading the charge to try to get the kid off. Because the illegal tactics used by Mccabe and the counterterrorism division of the FBI
    • But I did have to publish the dates of birth and the SSN of 3 of the people that were involved in the conspiracy and safe-houses in VA. I did that this morning: Suriya Begum, and I did Abid Awan--who I believe is the same as Omar Awan--and Imran maybe, maybe all 3 may be the same person. I also had to publish the SS of the father who I believe was involved in the ISI and Dyncorp.
    • {{ Notice: I cannot include this information here on REDDIT as it could be considered Doxxing, even though these people are (very likely) fictitious }}
    • I went 187 days trying to sound the alarm for Andrew McCabe, and I was ignored. McCabe hasn't called me once. No one from the FBI has called me once.
    • So I have the citizen's choice left now, after a year of making a video every day, 4-5 videos sometimes. I've been completely ignored by the FBI.
    • It's time now that I have to take action as a citizen, a half-year into this where I publish the names this morning.
    • You'll see I published all the SSNs, associated them with all the addresses.
    • When I talked to Jerome Corsi today, I don't want other journalists to think "oh he's a shock journalist, he goes up anywhere and knocks on the door where everybody has all the guns and triple and double murders. " I'm not. I'm very data driven, very public sources, very much like Gary Webb. Today is the exception not the rule.
    • I usually quote Pulitzer Prize winners, Carol Leones, talking about prowlers at the Secret Service; or Seymour Hersh, Redline and the Ratline about the Stingers and the Sarin gas; or Mazetti from the NYT.
    • Thats version 2, Jamaat ul-Fuqra. Fuqra Group of the Poor.
  • [Day 187.3 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 3 - YouTube]
    • {{ ISNA billboard Islamic Society of North America 6555 S. County Rd. 750 E Plainfield IN 46168 }}
    • Here we are in Plainfield, IN at the ISNA.
    • This is the place where the Christian Action Network {{ further: CAN }} says that this is terrorist HQ for the USA
    • So it's based on a bunch of reporting--50 volunteers and people compiling all kinds of information, and there's like 5 superreporters that were on this project.
    • And they had several law enforcement people that went into kind of the --{{ George gets distracted }} they had several "mosqued folks" {{ undercovers ? }} that did a lot of research.
    • They published--not here but out on these farms--they published these guys going away for the weekend, they dress up in fatigues, they practice wargames, but especially they do hand-hand combat.
    • And the hand-hand combat stuff you would think--if you are a regular Mosque-going person you wouldn't need that in the United States--especially the garotting, choking, the strangling.
    • Normally, you go into a store, say you get angry at the cashier, you wouldn't need to garrotte them and wind a rope around their neck a could of times to kill them, you could just say, "hey I'd like to check my receipt please." or something like that. {{ I like your macabre humor George }}
    • I'm going to go up here and find out a little bit more
  • [Day 187.5 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 5 - YouTube]
    • On my way out of the Islamic Center of America here in Plainville, IN
    • It's only about 6 mi from the Indianapolis airport, which is convenient
    • I noticed the gate over there, you can't really see it here--I'll try to zoom in
    • THere's kind of this locked gate. This is exactly what these researchers at Christian Action Network described as this kind of farm
    • Kind of like the farm out west of DC where the CIA trains. Kind of like a Quantico. I think that's where they train both the FBI and CIA because of counterterrorism added all that
    • Weapons training, climbing, hand-hand combat, strangulation, silent murder
    • I don't know what it is back there: we'll see.
  • [Day 187.6 - Hillary's Hackers, Awan Brothers Saga Deepens, Part 6 - YouTube]
    • Delphi Indiana -- These are the 2 girls that were killed. Libby German and Abby Williams. That's a picture of the suspect
    • I'm not here for any other reason than the metadata
    • To me he looked like a finder: I don't think he by himself on the bridge was able to trap these two girls.
    • The parents weren't allowed to speak publicly until just now. This happened the day before Valentines day. What's odd about that is it's almost 2.5 months later that the parents are finally speaking
    • To me in metadata terms that immediately put my interest on this case
    • Pan around, beautiful old town, not too far from Lafayette Indiana, maybe 30 mi
    • The other thing that bothered me was time of death. I really didn't get a time-of-death from the coroner, or a description of the death and how they occurred. I know that's gruesome but that helps piece together a modus-operandi: you can start comparing it to other cases when you have the modus operandi
    • The other thing is the autopsies -- I didn't see an autopsies in this case
    • I'm immediately drawn to cases where there's a lack of information
    • There's metadata--there's 100,000 tips for this case. The police have not released any of those tips.
    • I believe the police should be releasing the top 100 tips in their opinion every week to the internet, because people all over the world would be able to work on this case.
    • The same thing is true for the 225k people have donated to help solve the case. As you can see the FBI is involved in the case. I believe the FBI should be publishing footprint metrics, publish significant metadata about what happened in the case and let the internet figure it out.
    • I've seen a lot of cases where by crowdsourcing the intelligence--our case right here--you can solve a lot of crimes
    • I'm going to go into the local bar--the brick and mortarl--I go to a bar, I talk to locals, I'm going to ask the same questions I asked on this [video] and then I'm going to go to the crime scene.
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2016.08.12 09:25 X_E_N Moving entire rows based on one cells content.

I am hoping for some magic here and I know I might be asking for a lot.
Some kind soul (and my apologies for not remembering who) made a script for me.
To explain its function, I need to explain the data we get at work here.
One huge spreadsheet, with about 7 columns of addresses. In column D it only lists the persons County they are in. Each row with a specific county has to go into a specific tab. Doing this manually is tedious to the extreme.
The data can arrive like this:
Name Address County Username Billing No
John 123 Road Berkshire JDOG1 001
Dave 100 Street OXFORDSHIRE DDogg1 033
Steve Flat 9 STAFFORDSHIRE SDogg 5880
Each county falls under a specific Billing code. so we have 20 tabs for each billing code (not the same as billing no). Any person from a specific county goes into that specific tab.
The code( uses information from a "Locations" tab to know where to put each person. For example (apologies for the long table, I wanted to be thorough):
County Billing Area
BERKSHIRE 11
BERKS 11
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 11
BUCKS 11
HAMPSHIRE 11
HANTS 11
KENT 11
OXFORDSHIRE 11
OXON 11
EAST SUSSEX 11
WEST SUSSEX 11
SUSSEX 11
SURREY 11
ISLE OF WIGHT 11
BIRMINGHAM CONURBATION 11
HEREFORDSHIRE 11
SHROPSHIRE 11
STAFFORDSHIRE 11
WORCESTERSHIRE 11
WEST MIDLANDS 11
WARWICKSHIRE 11
BLAENAU GWENT 160
BRIDGEND 160
CAERPHILLY 160
CARDIFF 160
CARMARTHENSHIRE 160
CEREDIGION 160
CONWY 160
DENBIGHSHIRE 160
CLWYD 160
DYFED 160
FLINTSHIRE 160
GWYNEDD 160
GWENT 160
ISLE OF ANGLESEY 160
MERTHYR TYDFIL 160
MONMOUTHSHIRE 160
NEATH PORT TALBOT 160
NEWPORT 160
PEMBROKESHIRE 160
PEMBROKE 160
POWYS 160
RHONDDA CYNON TAF 160
SWANSEA 160
TORFAEN 160
VALE OF GLAMORGAN 160
SOUTH GLAMORGAN 160
WREXHAM 160
AVON 1
BRISTOL 1
CORNWALL 1
DEVON 1
DORSET 1
GLOUCESTERSHIRE 1
SOMERSET 1
SWINDON, WILTS 1
WILTS 1
WILTSHIRE 1
COUNTY ANTRIM 38
ARMAGH 38
COUNTY DOWN 38
FERMANAGH 38
LONDONDERRY 38
TYRONE 38
CHESHIRE 42
CUMBRIA 42
GREATER MANCHESTER 42
LANCASHIRE 42
MERSEYSIDE 42
ISLE OF MAN 42
COUNTY DURHAM 4
DURHAM 4
NORTHUMBERLAND 4
YORKSHIRE 4
TYNE AND WEAR 4
EAST YORKSHIRE 4
NORTH YORKSHIRE 4
SOUTH YORKS 4
WEST YORKS 4
NORTH YORKS 4
ISLE OF BENBECULA 51
ABERDEEN CITY 51
ABERDEENSHIRE 51
ANGUS 51
ARGYLLSHIRE 51
AYRSHIRE 51
BANFFSHIRE 51
BERWICKSHIRE 51
BUTE 51
CAITHNESS 51
CLACKMANNANSHIRE 51
DUMFRIESSHIRE 51
DUNBARTONSHIRE 51
DUNDEE CITY 51
EAST LOTHIAN 51
EDINBURGH 51
EDINBURGH CITY 51
FIFE 51
GLASGOW CITY 51
INVERNESS-SHIRE 51
KINROSS-SHIRE 51
KINCARDINESHIRE 51
KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE 51
LANARKSHIRE 51
NORTH LANARKSHIRE 51
MIDLOTHIAN 51
MORAY 51
NAIRNSHIRE 51
ORKNEY 51
ORKNEY ISLANDS 51
PEEBLESSHIRE 51
PERTHSHIRE 51
PERTH 51
RENFREWSHIRE 51
ROSS AND CROMARTY 51
ROXBURGHSHIRE 51
SELKIRKSHIRE 51
SUTHERLAND 51
STIRLING 51
STIRLINGSHIRE 51
WEST LOTHIAN 51
WIGTOWNSHIRE 51
ZETLAND 51
BEDFORDSHIRE 7
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 7
CAMBS 7
DERBYSHIRE 7
ESSEX 7
HERTFORDSHIRE 7
HERTS 7
LEICESTERSHIRE 7
LINCOLNSHIRE 7
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 7
NOTTINGHAM 7
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 7
RUTLAND 7
NORFOLK 7
SUFFOLK 7
LONDON London
MIDDLESEX London
The script takes the entire row and copies it to the correct tab, it then highlights any if can't find in the "Locations" tab in red.
The reason I am posting this is I am unsure if the code is good enough, or working right. Sometimes it will flag rows as red, even though there is a location in the list. Ideally I would like the entire row moved to the location rather than copied and hopefully you guys can see if anything is wrong with the code or something missing to make it work better.
I would really appreciate any help on this, I am no where near smart enough to debug this code myself.
Another apology since I am unable to access pastebin at work, I have to dump the code here:
Option Explicit Sub xCode2() Dim shSource As Worksheet Dim shDest As Worksheet Dim strDestSheet As String Dim lRowSource As Long Dim lColSource As Long Dim lRowDest As Long Dim lColTable As Long Dim i As Long, j As Long ' Define the sheet where all rows to be distributed are located. Set shSource = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Data") With shSource lRowSource = shSource.Cells(.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row For i = lRowSource To 2 Step -1 'Debug.Assert .Cells(i, 1).Value <> "NORTH YORKS" strDestSheet = vbNullString On Error Resume Next ' Look in Sheet with table value the string name group for the Country. strDestSheet = WorksheetFunction.VLookup(.Cells(i, 1).Value, Worksheets("Locations").Range("A1:B138"), 2, False) On Error GoTo 0 If Not strDestSheet = vbNullString Then lColSource = .Cells(i, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column Set shDest = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(strDestSheet) lRowDest = shDest.Cells(shDest.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row ' Copy row from Source sheet to destination. shDest.Cells(lRowDest + 1, 1).Resize(, lColSource).Value = shSource.Cells(i, 1).Resize(, lColSource).Value Else .Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 End If 'shSource.Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Delete Next i End With End Sub 
Dropbox file of this here
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2014.03.04 22:32 conspirobot Into the NGO / NPO rabbit hole surrounding Ukraine, with cameo appearances by some of your favorite multinationals.

poster: I_do_not_consent, original conspiracy link
I don't know if any of this means anything, but here it is anyway. No conclusions. Incomplete, 10k limit reached. No links to the more familiar MNs to save space.
When I started checking out the US-Ukraine Foundation, (foundations are a good place to start looking for fuckery) I aimed my focus at the USUBC, right or wrong. There are some very powerful people and bodies therein.
Of particular interest to me now are The Bleyzer Foundation / SigmaBleyzer Private Equity Investment Group, Sweet Analysis Services, Inc. (I could find very little about this tiny outfit but what I could find was interesting indeed.), NED, Effective Engagement Strategies, LLC & the Center for Complex Operations(DoD). All new to me.
US-Ukraine Foundation
  • The U.S.-Ukraine Foundation is a nonprofit (check), non-governmental organization (check) established in 1991 to support democracy (oo-la-la), a free market ( ahhh) and human rights (the hat trick) for Ukraine. 1991 is when Ukraine declared independence.
http://www.usukraine.org/funders2011.shtml 2011 is the best I could do.
  • U.S.-Ukraine Business Council, Raytheon, Coca-Cola, Heritage Foundation,etc.
US-Ukraine Business Council
  • The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council is incorporated in the District of Columbia as a 501(c)6 non-profit trade association.
  • The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council was established in October 1995 to advance U.S. companies' trade and investment interests in Ukraine's significant emerging market, advocate for measures to improve conditions for bilateral trade and investment, and generally promote strong, friendly bilateral ties. To fulfill this mission, the Council seeks to:
  1. Assure that the U.S. business viewpoint is known and given highest consideration in the formulation of U.S. Government policies towards Ukraine;
  2. Assure that the U.S. business perspective, including the U.S. business community's desire to contribute constructively to Ukraine's vigorous market development, is understood within the Ukrainian public and private sectors;
  3. Facilitate direct contacts between its members and senior Ukrainian Government and business leaders which foster the elimination of impediments to trade or investment or which otherwise can materially assist the realization of investment or trade opportunities.
US-Ukraine Business Council Members by Industry
US-Ukraine Business Council Executive Committee
  1. http://www.sigmableyzer.com/where-we-invest/eastern-europe/
  2. The Bleyzer Foundation - Turning Transitions Into Prosperity
  3. Bleyzer Foundation report on Ukrainian economic conditions 10/13 PDF "At the end of October, key Ukrainian officials made several principal decisions, which may facilitate negotiations on anew IMF loan."
  • Van A. Yeutter, Vice President, Corporate Affairs Cargill, Washington, D.C.
SENIOR ADVISORS, U.S.-UKRAINE BUSINESS COUNCIL, 2014
  1. http://consortiumnews.com/2014/02/27/a-shadow-us-foreign-policy/
  1. "We advocate for U.S. leadership and collaboration with like-minded governments to vigorously oppose dictators and oppression. We amplify the voices of those struggling for freedom in repressive societies and counter authoritarian efforts to weaken international scrutiny of their regimes. We also empower frontline human rights defenders and civic activists to uphold fundamental rights and to advance democratic change. With Freedom House’s support, these activists expand the boundaries of freedom in repressive societies and hold their governments to account."
  • George Logush, Vice Rector for Strategy & Program Development, Ukrainian Catholic University, Lviv and Kyiv, Ukraine Former Head of Kraft Ukraine
  • William Green Miller, Senior Policy Scholar Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, D.C. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
  • Steven Pifer, Director, Brookings Arms Control Initiative Senior Fellow, Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence & the Center on the United States and Europe, Foreign Policy Program, Brookings The Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
  • Roman Popadiuk, Principal, Bingham Counsulting, LLC; Partner, Bingham McCutchen, LLP, Washington, D.C. First U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine. Council on Foreign Relations
  • Matthew Rojansky, Director, Kennan Institute, Washington, D.C.
  • Dr. Edilberto Segura, Partner, Chief Economist SigmaBleyzer Private Equity Investment Group Chair of the Advisory Board of The Bleyzer Foundation (TBF), Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Oleh Shamshur, Senior Advisors,PBN Hill+Knowlton Strategie Former Ambassador of Ukraine to the USA, Kyiv, Ukraine
  • Ambassador Keith Smith (ret.), Distinguished Fellow in Residence Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), Washington D.C. Former U.S. Ambassador to Lithuania
  • John F. Tefft, Executive Director RAND Business Leaders Forum RAND Corporation, Arlington, Virginia Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine
  • Damon Wilson, Executive Vice President Atlantic Council of the United States, Washington, D.C.
  • James Wilson, Director EU Ukraine Business Council (EUUBC), Brussels, Belgium
Discourse level: 93%
Shills: 0%
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