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Quem pode resistir à Nutella? Não muitas pessoas. É um dos docinhos mais deliciosos que existem e há muita gente disposta a passar o dia comendo este produto.

O que muitos não sabem é que a Ferrero, a empresa que produz a Nutella, está procurando 60 pessoas de sorte para trabalhar em Alba, na Itália. O trabalho é mais satisfatório do que você imagina: comer Nutella e dar sua opinião sobre isso.

Provadores de Nutella: o que terão que fazer?

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Para aprender tudo o que precisam sobre a Nutella, os provadores terão que passar por um curso de três meses. As aulas começarão no final de setembro e ensinará os termos corretos para descrever os produtos e os sabores exatos que cada frasco desta preparação de avelãs e cacau deve ter.

Requisitos

Não é necessário ter conhecimento prévio antes do curso, mas obviamente é importante não ser alérgico a nenhum dos componentes. Os selecionados também precisam ter habilidade para usar computador.

Este é um dos muitos trabalhos incríveis que estão surgindo nos últimos tempos. Há um tempinho, a M&M's também fez uma contratação de provadores dos sonhos. Mas, primeiro, precisamos nos matricular em uma academia, porque seguramente a Nutella causará algumas mudanças no visual.

A vaga foi divulgada no site italiano The Local. Você se apresentaria a essa oportunidade de trabalho?

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Certainly Not Draftageddon 2018: Offensive Line Seth August 8th, 2018 at 12:51 PM
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New format this year: all the arguments over bad offensive linemen, none of the drafts

Previously: Quarterbacks and Running Backs, Receivers and Tight Ends

Brian: I dunno guys let's just pick Wisconsin.

Seth: You do that every year.

BiSB: Dibs on the big white guy.

Brian: Am i wrong?

Seth: Sigh, not this time.

Ace:

Athlon has four of their five starters as first-teamers and I have a very hard time finding fault with that.

BiSB: Beau Benzensomething is the real deal. He could be an All-American.

Ace: And one could argue he’s their third-best starter. LT David Edwards stepped in pretty seamlessly for Ryan Ramczyk and is getting potential first-round hype. C-turned-RT Michael Deiter is really good, too.

Seth: Flip those, Ace: Edwards plays RT and Deiter is at LT because Hornibrook makes everything reversed.

Ace: Ah, right. Was going by NFL positions. Stupid Mr. Tight Windows.

Seth: Randy Rivers

Brian: Oooh that's a good one.

Brian: How you gonna name your kid "Bo" but make it French if your kid is going to be a Wisconsin OL?

Ace: The last name makes up for it. It has five consonants in a row.

BiSB: Deiter and Edwards are both really good, but watch Benzschawel against Michigan last year. He REAL good.

Ace: Yeah, his draft stock may be down just based on position. He’s excellent. We should also probably name the other first-team Wisconsin OL: C Tyler Biadasz, who allowed Deiter to kick outside with no problem.

Seth: And the other guard, Jonathan Dietzen, who was 6-6/340 and probably 20 pounds more than that by now. He just moves people.

BiSB: Stupid sexy Wisconsin offensive line.

Ace: That SI cover is pure Badger porn.

Brian: Does it make you horni?

Ace: SO, ANY NON-BADGERS

[Does anyone else in the conference have an offensive lineman who doesn't suck? Find out, AFTER THE JUMP!!!]

 

BiSB: ...actually, no?

Ace: MICHAEL JORDAN?

(NTMJ)

Seth: Ummm... He's not a sucky freshman anymore but he's had a very Kalis-ian career.

BiSB: The other reason Wisconsin's line is such a no-brainer is that the rest of the Big Ten is remarkably light on major talents.

Ace: It’s good to remember that Kalis is more an exception than a rule for guys who see the field early.

Brian: Yeah there's no outlier NFL prospect somewhere weird.

BiSB: Not big on Tariq Cole?

Ace: Yeah, it’s hard to pick guys, unless you believe the somewhat-extant Cole hype that seemed louder last year. But that may just be that PFF stopped doing college stuff for the most part.

Brian: I don't see what that has to do with Big Ten OL

Ace: Fair point.

Seth: Indiana has one decent tackle and one really bad one. It's been kind of funny though to read the hype around both of them because they've been starting for so long.

Brian: I'm gonna be honest here guys, without the prospect of mercilessly humiliating you my OL research has been less deep than usual.

Seth: IU's on the Frey fumes still.

Ace: It’s also really a weak year unless a lot of guys break through. The B1G needs a lot of guys who played early and weren’t very good like Coy Cronk and Ben Bredeson and whatnot to break out.

Seth: Brandon Knight is the one who's decent and might be good with another year's removal from tight end. Cronk is the one Gary was telling Winovich "flip! flip!" and Winovich was all "No, it's my turn!"

Brian: Damian Prince maybe? Maryland has a couple of potential dudes.

Seth: Maryland has all guards.

Ace: Yeah, he came to mind.

Brian: Okay but guards are good to have.

Ace: Maryland’s problem is several of them play tackle.

Seth: One has to play center too.

Ace: Derwin Gray is another guy who had a lot of recruiting hype and hasn’t delivered yet.

Brian: I and all of Maryland's QBs in the infirmary are aware, but could have a couple guards!

Seth: I made a highlight video last year of Maryland centers flipping snaps over their QBs' heads.

Brian: Brand was so short that's understandable? We should stop talking about this.

BiSB: /waves tiny "we had guards" flag

Seth: You know who Maryland has? Terrance Davis.

Ace: Ugh. Some guys are listing, uh, the other Prince—OSU’s Isaiah Prince.

Seth: That guy! I put together a rather extensive photo collection of him getting beat while assembling HTTV:

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Ace: Is this the year PSU has some guys? I know they have talent. Ryan Bates emerged last year for PSU and he’s still on the come-up.

BiSB: So, I guess I have to ask: is it possible despite [waves arm in general direction of 2017], picking guys from Michigan's offensive line wouldn't be insane?

Brian: I mean we joke about all the guards, but, like...

 

Seth: Bates is a good one, and I trust their OL coach, Matt Limegrover, to get a jump forward from a lot of young 4-star types they've accumulated.

Brian: And that's in the terrifying division.

heeeeees a tackle

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Seth: The Maryland and PSU PFF stats for OL have the same problem that led me down the Tariq Cole rabbit hole last year: When the ball is out of the backfield in 0.5 seconds the OL get good pressure metrics. They're not worthless, but those take context. Maryland was a screen and screen and line up with a covered receiver and run out the backside offense. Meanwhile Penn State fans (at least the ones who don't use baby talk and wonder aloud if Franklin's a better coach than Nick Saban) lol when you give them positive metrics about their OL and point to Barkley dancing around four yards in the backfield.

Ace: Yeah, even as the guy who took Damian Prince in ’geddon 17, I don’t think he’s that good at pass blocking.

Brian: That's true. But it's not like we're shoving over a bunch of other candidates. Cole Chewins might be 280+ this year?

Ace: The options are quite limited, however. Northwestern’s Tommy Doles, anyone?

Seth: Northwestern fans would trade their entire offensive line for Michigan's I'm staying away from that.

Ace: Yikes.

Brian: Really?

Seth: They're really down on their OL coach right now.

Ace: Yeah, I feel like that’s mostly on Mick McCall. MSU’s David Beedle was third-team all-conference last year. I’m running out of guys to name before I get to ED WARINNER COULD SHAKE UP THIS LIST A BIT.

Seth: Nebraska has a good guard: Tanner Farmer. He's so surrounded by ineptitude he got lost last year but Frost will know how to maximize that.

Ace: Given the competition, it’s hard to rule out Cesar Ruiz making a run at a spot.

BiSB: Upside-wise, I'd take Ruiz over anyone not wearing Badger red.

Brian: Yeah. I feel like we're leaving out a clearly very good OSU OL.

Seth: OSU has to tell us who that's going to be.

BiSB: They lost the known quantities. They're have some dudes, but we're not 100% sure we know who they will be.

Ace: Their returning starters: Jordan, Demetrius Knox, Brandon Bowen, Isaiah Prince. And I think Bowen got hurt again?

BiSB: Okay, so they lost Billy Price.

Ace: And Jamarco Jones.

Seth: I think Bowen will be back for Michigan but for now center and left tackle are open battles.

Ace: Guys split time so they some quasi-starters back.

They have a ton of talented young guys but the proven ones are, weirdly, Jordan and Prince. From Bill C’s preview:

The Buckeyes do have to replace Rimington Trophy-winning Billy Price and all-conference left tackle Jamarco Jones. For most teams, that would be crippling. But all-conference guard Michael Jordan and third-team all-conference tackle Isaiah Prince are back, two other upperclassmen (Demetrius Knox and Brandon Bowen) have combined for 14 starts, and — again — there are blue-chippers in wait: redshirt freshmen Wyatt Davis and Josh Myers, incoming freshmen Nicholas Petit-Frere and Matthew Jones, etc.

BiSB: Still, OSU had their highest per-carry average since 2013 last year.

Ace: It’s time to consider that Isaiah Prince isn’t bad anymore, I guess.

Brian: I think we're hesitant on Prince because he was really terrible two years ago.

Ace: Yeah.

BiSB: Ditto Jordan?

Ace: As first-year players are wont to be. And yeah, same with MJ. He did beat out some talented competition (recruiting-wise) as a true freshman.

Brian: True freshman though. Because OSU those guys will be second-team All Big Ten. Wisconsin is first team.

Seth: Thayer Munford is the most likely left tackle for OSU by the way. He could leap to first team.

Ace: Yeah, I’m more looking at Wyatt Davis or Josh Myers as potential third-teamers.

BiSB: Where does Ben Bredeson fall in this mix?

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[Fuller]

Ace: Bredeson was second-team last year, even though I believe UFR wouldn’t bear that out.

Brian: Wait what? Bredeson was very mediocre.

Ace: It was a strange pick.

Seth: Longtime starter and the people who vote for those things don't look that closely at things like Clayton Thorson averaging 4 yards per play, let alone who's missing the stunt pickups.

Ace: I wouldn’t rule out him actually earning it this year. He’s added a lot of weight.

Brian: Anything could happen with Michigan's interior line and I wouldn't be too surprised.

Ace: And if—if—Onwenu can get through a game at full go….

Seth: And he was the first guy out of camp to have a starting job locked down when Michigan has a competition at the other guard spot.

Brian: The tackles will be bad, the interior OL could be bad, good, or killer.

BiSB: And Bredeson's still only 20, despite this being his 6th or 7th year on the roster. Unless Grant Newsome reverse-Poochie-departs-for-his-own-planet, I fear tackle will remain a problem.

Seth: We get to roll on James Hudson and maybe Andrew Stueber still.

Ace: Even a best-case scenario doesn’t have those guys in the all-conference conversation.

Seth: Oh, right. I'm just talking myself off this ledge over here.

Ace: We’re just hoping for Not Terrible.

BiSB: JBB is still... uh... properly shaped?

Brian: Iowa has Tristan Wirfs, who looks like an NFL tackle.

BiSB: There's no way that is a real name.

Ace: Maybe in Star Trek?

Seth: Think he was Han Solo's bestie in a fanfic.

Ace: We’ve already named every returning all-conference lineman from first to third team. I bet there’s at least a couple alpaca-out-of-nowhere spots when we look at the list at the end of the season.

Seth: Hudson and Stueber, book it!

BiSB: Purdue will have someone, maybe?

Ace: Their center, Kirk Barron, has been solid for a while.

Seth: Also Michigan State has yet another Allen brother.

BiSB: If Michigan State's offensive line is famous for two things, one of them is definitely having an Allen brother.

Brian: Wirfs and Alaric Jackson are fairly good bets to alpaca. Both passed veteran starters last year as first and second year players, respectively, and are giant. Jackson also got passed over by Drevno so he's got that going for him.

Ace: Speaking of interior linemen, Iowa has Keegan Render, who’s getting some hope and sliding to center to replace an NFL player in James Daniels.

BiSB: I may or may not be willing to roll with Wisconsin's second string line, sight unseen.

Ace: Is Cole Van Lanen even starting? Because he would at Michigan. And unless he kicks Deiter inside he’s gonna be their third tackle this year.

Seth: Since Deiter can play anywhere I think the question is more do they start Van Lanen and have Deiter ready to replace anyone. I wonder if we can get Wisconsin to trade one of them to us for Ted Nugent.

Ace: I would like Wisconsin’s problems. We have too many good linemen and our division sucks.

BiSB: Surely they would take a Tight End for a 6th lineman?

Seth: /giphy Wisconsin problems

MGOBLOG'S ALL-BIG TEN OFFENSIVE LINE SORRY SORRY THIS IS BAD

BiSB: /waits for someone else to type the long-ass Wisconsin names

Seth: Beau Beanklj klsdjfklasjdflk/L/QJWEKL/FJWEK/LFJASDKLFJASD;LKFJALK;SDJ FLKASJF

TACKLES:

Tm Brian Seth Ace BiSB
1st David Edwards (WIS) David Edwards (WIS) David Edwards (WIS) David Edwards (WIS)
Isaiah Prince (OSU) Ryan Bates (PSU) Isaiah Prince (OSU) Michael Deiter (WIS)
2nd Ryan Bates (PSU) Cole Van Lanen (WIS) Michael Deiter (WIS) Ryan Bates (PSU)
Michael Deiter (WIS) Isaiah Prince (OSU) Ryan Bates (PSU) Isaiah Prince (OSU)
3rd Tariq Cole (RU) Tariq Cole (RU) Brandon Knight (IU Damian Prince (MD)
Tristan Wirfs (IOWA) Brandon Knight (IU) Tariq Cole (RU) Branden Bowen (OSU)
4th Alaric Jackson (IOWA) Branden Bowen (OSU) Coy Cronk (IU) (shrugs) Tariq Cole (RU)
Damian Prince (MD) Alaric Jackson (IOWA) Damian Prince (MD) (shrugs bigger) Tommy Doles (NW)

Seth: A couple observations from FFFFs last year: Coy Cronk is terrible, full stop. Damian Prince was at right tackle and given TE help and tackle over alignments all the time because he was basically Onwenu asked to play tackle--I'd take left tackle Derwin Gray over him even though Gray isn't very good either and graded out slightly below Prince to PFF.

This is not the Draftageddon tradition of me picking a fight with Ace over the best worst offensive lineman because there is no good answer for 4th team at tackle. I'm going with "new starter who was behind Jamarco Jones last year" and "freshman all-B1G guy at the one thing Kirk Ferentz does well" because those sound like marginally better bad answers.

BiSB:

At 0:59, I give you (a) Cronk is bad, (b) Poor Damn Rashan Gary

GUARDS

Tm Brian Seth Ace BiSB
1st Beau Benzschawel (WIS) Beau Benzschawel (WIS) Beau Benzschawel (WIS) Beau Benzschawel (WIS)
Jonathan Dietzen (WIS) Michael Deiter (WIS) Michael Jordan (OSU) Michael Jordan (OSU)
2nd Tanner Farmer (NEB) Michael Jordan (OSU) Tanner Farmer (NEB) Jonathan Dietzen (WIS)
Michael Jordan (OSU) Ben Bredeson (MICH) David Beedle (MSU) Tanner Farmer (NEB)
3rd David Beedle (MSU) Jonathan Dietzen (WIS) Jonathan Dietzen (WIS) Ben Bredeson (MICH)
Terrance Davis (MD) Steven Gonzalez (PSU) Ben Bredeson (MICH) David Beedle (MSU)
4th Ben Bredeson (MICH) Tanner Farmer (NEB) Steven Gonzalez (PSU) Mike Onwenu (MICH)
Steven Gonzalez (PSU) Terrance Davis (MD) Mike Onwenu (MICH) Terrance Davis (MD)

CENTER

Tm Brian Seth Ace BiSB
1st Tyler Biadasz (WIS) Tyler Biadasz (WIS) Tyler Biadasz (WIS) Tyler Biadasz (WIS)
2nd Kirk Barron (PU) Cesar Ruiz (MICH) Keegan Render (IOWA) Kirk Barron (PU)
3rd Connor McGovern (PSU) Keegan Render (IOWA) Connor McGovern (PSU) Cesar Ruiz (MICH)
4th Cesar Ruiz (MICH) Kirk Barron (PU) Cesar Ruiz (MICH) Keegan Render (IOWA)

Michigan4Life

August 8th, 2018 at 4:18 PM ^

Hornibrook is the one who will decide on how far Wisconsin will go this season. He's a noodle armed QB with a penchant for throwing a lot of INTs. If Hornibrook can cut down on INTs, Wisconsin will be a tough out. I just don't trust Hornibrook especially when he has to face elite defense.

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August 8th, 2018 at 1:03 PM ^

Well, it's good to know that everyone not named Wisconsin and OSU is looking at just as bleak of an OLine situation. Plus, we have some guys I like and Ed Warriner. If anyone can unlock average tackle play and really get the interior O-line to full BEAST mode, it's him. It's not Michigan 1999, but I'll take it.

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August 8th, 2018 at 1:12 PM ^

They've finally caught on that Cronk is bad! I watched kids from the smallest schools in Indiana go around him, and Purdue basically ignore him despite him being in their backyard. IU was just desperate for linemen, and he was approximately the right size and available.

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Steves_Wolverines

August 8th, 2018 at 1:30 PM ^

On the one hand, this is very promising to see all these terrible OL's knowing they have to go against our defense. So big win there!

On the other hand, not feeling great about our OL. But I haven't felt great about our OL in over 10 years, so (insert shrug emoji). 

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Ziff72

August 8th, 2018 at 2:32 PM ^

I think even our own homer bloggers are forgetting that picking up stunts is only a portion of the skill set needed to play OL and that Michigan's line actually blocked pretty well running the ball.

I can't guarantee great pass protection this year but we are going to maul people.

Let's look at things that help or hurt pass protection and see if we get better.

Actual Oline skill- 4 returning starters.  Better

RB Blocking-2 returning starters.  Better

TE Blocking- Mulitple returning players.   Better

Ability to run ball- See above.  Better

QB mobility- Better

QB Awareness-  Better

WR ability- Better

I don't see how anyone can argue any of these points but still people still like thinking...disaster!!!

This doesn't take into account a possible Warriner effect.

Everyone channel their inner Aaron Rodgers and RELAX!

 

 

 

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MichiganTeacher

August 8th, 2018 at 3:40 PM ^

Yeah, as Gameboy said, our passing offense wasn't just bad last year. It was abysmal. Historically terrible. Glaringly bad. Cripple the running game bad. Put your defense in an exhausted hole bad.

I'm not sure panic is the right word because we knew it was coming as soon as we didn't hear out of spring ball HUDSON GETS IT or some equally great news.

I expect the passing game to be somewhat better because we will scheme around our tackles. But it's tough to see the kind of season that we want with our tackles they way they are.

Of course, there are those rumors from what this site would call the 'edge of the internet' that Warinner has already put Mayfield as the starting RT. That would actually be good news in my opinion. We will see.

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August 8th, 2018 at 3:35 PM ^

To make it even scarier, most Wisconsin depth charts don't even have Jon Dietzen starting. Ourlads.com, Badgerofhonor.com, and Madison.com all list the starting line from LT to RT as Cole Van Lanen - Michael Dieter - Tyler Biadasz - Beau Benzschabelskdglkhwel - David Edwards. 

That said, Dietzen was one of the five on the SI cover (Van Lanen wasn't) and has more starting experience.

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Hoops Hello: Cole Bajema Brian August 6th, 2018 at 12:57 PM

A couple years ago Cole Bajema was a 6'1" shooting guard at a 1A school in Lynden, Washington who was barely more likely to get a Big Ten basketball scholarship than a ham sandwich*. Now he's a 6'7" shooting guard headed to Michigan, and he doesn't even qualify as a sleeper any more. That says something about Bajema, who blew up when his unsponsored AAU team finally got to a tournament with scouts at it, and something about John Beilein, who treated Bajema like a major priority as soon as he saw him at camp:

During the first weekend of the July evaluation period, Michigan assistant coach DeAndre Haynes flew from an event in Atlanta to Seattle to watch Bajema. The following weekend in Pomona, California, Beilein was one of the first people in the gym, according to Brady, for Bajema's 8 a.m. tip-off. And last weekend, Beilein was in Vegas to get another look.

Though Bajema was not the only player Michigan was scouting at these events, he was a focal point.

"It never felt like Cole was on the back-burner or not a priority," Brady said. "It was interesting to see how much effort they put in for a kid on the Canadian border who nobody had really heard of."

The pure misery of the mid-major coaches when they saw Beilein walk into the gym must have been something.

Let's play the Feud!

*[it's reporting a Rutgers offer]

GURU RATINGS

Rivals ESPN 247 247 Comp
3*, NR NR 4*, 95 rating
#61 overall, #17 SF
N/A

Most of the scouting services haven't caught up with Bajema just yet. He was also in the virtually unranked bucket at 24/7 until his commitment prompted them to release his post-blowup ranking a bit early. A couple of Rivals analysts have mentioned Bajema positively on Twitter so he might get the same kind of bump there when they get around to it. Who knows about ESPN these days but they do have a couple of guys who scout the AAU scene pretty heavily. It might take them longer since they just did an update.

The upshot is that Bajema is probably going to be a consensus top 100 guy and his composite probably won't differ much from his current 24/7 ranking. A sleeper he is not. He's also more or less done being evaluated. He can go back to Lynden and score 80 points a game and nobody will see it. Which is fine.

[Hit THE JUMP for scouting, video, and the rest.]

SCOUTING

Literally everything not from UMHoops is based off a couple of open-entry AAU tournaments that Bajema starred in a earlier this summer, so there's no development story here. It's "here's this guy. He's pretty good." Virtually anyone who saw Bajema named him to some sort of risers list. 24/7's Josh Gershon:

"...good size and length, impressive athleticism, a pure shooting stroke with range to the perimeter, ball skills, a quick first step, crafty finishing ability and plus vision. He has nothing but upside as there's plenty of room for him to gain strength and as does, his game should only continue to improve."

Bajema featured in two other posts about players standing out in Las Vegas...

 

...breakout ... good size for the position, is very physically immature with plenty of room to get stronger and has an impressive skill set. Bajema has range to three with his jumper, can really pass it, has a respectable handle and is pretty good athlete.

 

Aaand there it is:

... has a lot of value as a shooter, but he’s not just that. He showed good footwork, fine mechanics, deep range and the ability to deck it and make a play. He’s still thin at this stage, but he’s extremely fluid, has long arms and is oozing with potential.

I wish I could bet on these things.

Elsewhere, Rivals's Eric Bossi also named him a riser after Las Vegas because he "looked like one of the best shooters in the country" and "can put the ball on the floor to create shots and moves pretty well laterally." That latter will be important if he's really going to be a 6'7" two-guard.

His coach on the game that got him his first big offers:

“The game that kind of sealed the deal for most of the guys came against Howard Pulley. They’ve got solid players across the board,” Brady said. “We started the game down 20-4, but Cole scored the next 17 and went to work. He put it on the floor, finished through contract, and ones, deep threes against a team that’s good loaded with solid, Division I guys throughout the roster.

“He took over. They switched four or five defenders on him, but it didn’t work. He had 31 points, and really showed he was not only capable of playing well, but doing it against high-level competition."

And a more general take from him:

“He’s great in ball-screen situations, which he’ll have a chance to do in that system. I think he projects as a play-making combo guard,” Brady said. “He’s a fantastic ball-handler in the half-court. He can shoot it on his own, he’s got great vision, and he’s got the length to see over the defense. He can actually capitalize on (his vision), he can make all the passes that he needs to make.”

And Matt Bain goes old school ESPN BOOM BANG scouting:

He played guard his whole life and entered high school at 6-1 before spurting up to 6-7 by his junior year. His handle is crisp. His passing is pinpoint. His long-range shot is a high-arching beauty. His decision-making off a ball screen is smart. His first step is quicker than what you’d expect from a 6-7 player.

“If he’s a 6-7 wing with his weight, he’s maybe not quite a high-major player. But as a combo guard at 6-7 — with the way he shoots it, the way he handles it, the way he passes it — all of a sudden that became very interesting to (schools),” Brady said. “I think people are starting to see what he is as a basketball player — that he can be a combo guard, he can be a 6-7 creator. He’s not a wing; he’s a guy where you put the ball in his hands and he makes plays for people.”

There's also an extensive profile from the local paper if you want to know the particular mania it takes to be a D-I player in Lynden.

OFFERS

Xavier, Virginia, Oregon State, and Washington offered after Bajema's breakout AAU performance. Various mid-majors had also offered.

HIGH SCHOOL

Lynden Christian has not sent any basketball players to DI in the Rivals era. Luke Ridnour is from nearby Blaine, though. Bajema was named 1A player of the year but mostly I'm linking this because "Nooksack Valley." Heh.

STATS

23 PPG in high school.

VIDEO

Tape from Las Vegas:

This is from last year:

PREDICTION BASED ON FLIMSY EVIDENCE

A super-sized, rail-thin combo guard sounds like Caris Levert again, doesn't it? Your other recent comparable is, yes, Nik Stauskas, who became a 6'6" combo guard and pick-and-roll expert in his second and final year in Ann Arbor. I like 'em both.

UPSHOT FOR THE REST OF THE CLASS

Bajema and TX SF Jalen Wilson are likely it for now. Michigan's already oversigned by one, technically; I imagine Charles Matthews was explicit that this was his last year when he decided to return. Adding a third player to the class would (probably) require Michigan to have a pretty good idea that someone else was headed for a transfer or the pros. That's possible but Michigan is unlikely to be confident enough in that departure until the late signing period.

At that point the only players left on the board are the five star one-and-done types and deep sleepers. Michigan is in on WA PF Jaden McDaniels, sort of. Franz Wagner is also out there, being a Wagner. If it's not Wagner, a third player in the class is more likely to be a Caris Levert sort who Beilein unearths.

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814 East U

August 6th, 2018 at 1:15 PM ^

I wonder if Michigan would have taken Cole if they also got DJ Carton and figured out the scholarship stuff later.

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ScruffyTheJanitor

August 6th, 2018 at 1:17 PM ^

I'm confused re: Ham Sandwhich, future Rutgers star.

  • I thought he was already starting at QB for Rutgers. Will he count against Basketball or Football for scholarships?
  • Is mayo considered an impermissible benefit?
  • Let's say Sandwich is guarding Poole, and Poole decides to take a bite for every three he makes. When Jordan then goes 15-15 on him , could he then be convicted for  HAMslaughter?

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LabattsBleu

August 6th, 2018 at 1:35 PM ^

really excited about Bajema... was going to say he seems like your typical Beilein 'sleeper' except the kid blew up... 61 is higher than Staukas or Brandon Johns...

but credit to Beilein and co, who have been on him since April...albeit a lot of that is a result of Bajema's coach reaching out and Bajema making his way to Michigan's Elite camp...

a 6'7" (possibly 6'8 by the time he enrolls) combo guard is really enticing... i don't think his handle is as good as a guy like Jalen was, but having him in the back court is something you know has Beilein rubbing his hands with glee...ditto with Haynes and Yaklich if he sticks as a 2 could be really exciting

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njvictor

August 6th, 2018 at 1:43 PM ^

Taller Nik Stauskas? I'm a fan.

Also, am I being too ambitious and perhaps seeing Bajema as a primary ball handler/ point-forward in certain sets?

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MGoPoints: 791

LabattsBleu

August 6th, 2018 at 9:44 PM ^

tough question; i don't think he discussed playing the one, though i suppose it could happen depending on fouls or who the match up is against...

he did talk about hoping to get a chance at the 2 spot tho, so conceivably like MAAR i guess?

excited to see how he does here

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njvictor

August 6th, 2018 at 1:46 PM ^

Anyone know how tall Bajema was in those 2 highlight videos? He doesn't look 6'7" in those videos so I'm guessing those were made during his growth spurt

Joined: 07/20/2017

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AC1997

August 6th, 2018 at 2:09 PM ^

Today's post at UMHoops is worth a read for anyone who's a subscriber there - and if you aren't, you should be.  Basically he said similar things to Brian but gets into the future of the class a bit more with names.  Specifically, Michigan is likely done with all of the similar 3.5-4 star guys you've heard about all cycle.  They'll keep the 5-starts and Wagner on the line until the spring when they have a better feel for their ability to find another spot.  He also talks about Beilein following the trend of "positionless basketball".  

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JBDaddy

August 6th, 2018 at 3:07 PM ^

How has nobody else put the words "Funky Cole Bajema" together yet?

I'll see myself out, thanks.

[Edit] Shame, Shame on me for not reading all the comments on the original post.  I hang my head.

Thanks for coming through on that.

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Las mexicanas tienen baja autoestima,  o al menos eso dice un estudio elaborado por Construye, Observatorio Regional para la Mujer de América Latina y el Caribe A. C., donde resulta que 57 por ciento de las mujeres en nuestro país se sienten poco atractivas y consideran difícil enfrentarse a los ideales de belleza de nuestra sociedad actual.

Existen factores que dañan la autoestima de las mujeres y es importante que aprendamos cuáles son para estar prevenidas y así poder  protegernos o bien actuar para sanar nuestra autoestima.

Redes sociales

Entre más tiempo pasen las adolescentes en Facebook, aumenta su probabilidad de desarrollar una imagen corporal negativa que puede derivar en trastornos alimenticios, según lo señaló un estudio de la Universidad de Haifa.

Marcas en la piel

Los especialistas señalan que las várices u otros problemas de la piel, como estrías o acné, pueden llegar a impactar en la autoestima de una mujer.

Infidelidad

La autora del libro After the Affair, Life With Pop, How Can I Forgive You?, Janis Abrahms Spring dice que al descubrir la infidelidad ellas experimentan la pérdida de una parte esencial de su autoestima y autonomía.

Figura

Psiquiatras y psicólogos coinciden en que tener pancita, sobrepeso o una figura poco agraciada puede lastimar la autoestima de las mujeres.

Críticas

Además los especialistas señalan que cuando las mujeres comienzan a tomar las críticas en serio terminan sintiéndose que valen menos que los demás.

Si tú pasas por alguna circunstancia de estas, busca ayuda no estás sola, recuerda que tu amor propio es lo más importante que tienes y nada ni nadie tiene derecho a lastimar tu autoestima.


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This fun thing keeps happening lately where someone in a FB group will post about a religious struggle and my blog gets mentioned and then a friend sees and I get tagged and then, while looking for relevant posts, I fall down the rabbit hole of my own blog. And then I start to miss writing and I daydream about getting back on the old bloghorse and then, like Fat Amy before me, I think, "Mmm better not."



But I wanted to check in and say hello, thanks for sharing my posts about losing my religion where appropriate...I still get regular emails from people whose friends or family have referred them to my blog once they started struggling. Some decide to stay, some decide to leave, but they find comfort in knowing they're not alone and boy do I know that feeling. It's nice to feel like I've had a positive impact.

In unrelated news, I cut my hair:

sister + me in the redwoods this summer

I've never done super short or blonde before so I decided to do both at once. The daily work is like nothing but dang, the maintenance! I need a trim and color like every 4 weeks. It's bonkers. We'll see how long I last. I'm a girl who saw a stylist *maybe* twice a year before.

so amazing for summer though

My kids went back to school today which means I have officially survived the summer but, if we're being completely honest, I didn't really. I started off strong through June and then we spent all of July traveling and it felt like everything slowly fell apart. One of my kids in particular really needs a schedule that includes an early bedtime. Without it he quickly becomes grumpy, impulsive, and irascible and by the first week of August our interactions were basically him being naughty and me yelling and both of us hating everything.

It doesn't help that I planned a 1 week vacation followed quickly by a 2.5 week vacation that involved a lot of (me) driving and then, smack in the middle of it, my kids got freaking LICE. A few other things conspired to make everything miserable (including raging wildfire smoke keeping us indoors) and I threw in the towel 5 days early. I drove my three children 17 hours in one day so I could just. freaking. get. home.

And thus I limped across the summer finish line, clothing smoking faintly, hair looking reminiscent of Albert Einstein.

Our vacation did have some really amazing days, just for the record. This one was darn near perfect.


Day 1 of back-to-school schedule and we are already doing so much better. I wish we were more flexible but we're just...not. We like our house and our bedtimes and our schedules and predictability. We will never be the Bucket List Family. We're like...the Stay Home and Be in Bed by 8 Family. Trademark. Now accepting sponsors.

I'm still doing (and loving) CrossFit. I took off the whole month of July (see: travel) and just started back this week and thus this post. I am too sore to do literally anything else. It's either type or stare at a wall and I choose the former.

I guess I can also read, which brings me to a recommendation: Mistakes Were Made (but Not by Me) by Carol Tavris and Elliot Aronson.


I'm well on my way to reading 100 books in 2018 and thus far this is the best one I've read. I actually read it twice and now I'm foisting it on my book club for the month of August. It's all about self-justification and it's crazy how often I catch myself doing it. I'm taking on some big responsibilities this year and I want to be able to admit when I've made mistakes and apologize without justification. The few times I've been able to do that it's been amazing how quickly things resolve and everyone can just move on. I really think this book has been life-changing for me.


I have other things but they can wait. Love and hugs to everyone who is somehow still hanging around here from time to time!

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7位 零シリーズ
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9位 弟切草
10位 恐怖体感 呪怨


夏の風物詩といえば祭りに花火と華やかなものが
思い浮かびますが、怪談などで肝を冷やして
夏の暑さを吹き飛ばす、というのも日本独特の
風物詩のように思います。
最近は実際に怪談や肝試しに興じる人も少なくなった
印象がありますが、その代わりを担っているのが、
心臓が停止してしまいそうなほど怖いホラーゲームのようです。

そこで今回は「本気で眠れなくなったホラーゲーム」を
アンケート、ランキングにしてみました。
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Oscar

Cinco meses después de que los Óscar fracasaran con el peor dato de audencia de su historia (aunque en realidad no fue la ceremonia menos vista), la junta de gobernadores de la Academia de las Artes Cinematográficas y las Ciencias ha anunciado importantes cambios. El objetivo: ganar espectadores e intentar convertirse en un gran evento televisivo.

Además de aprobarse la reelección de John Bailey como presidente de la Academia, se tomaron varias medidas de cara a las próximas ediciones de los premios más importantes de Hollywood, como acortar la gala y crear una nueva categoría para las mejores películas populares. En Marvel se estarán frotando las manos...

Una gala más corta

Guillermo del Toro

Uno de los grandes problemas de los Óscar, y de la mayoría de galas de entregas de premios, es que duran demasiado y acaban aburriendo, con tanto discurso de agradecimiento (que es normal, por otro lado). No hay interés por conocer el resultado de los 24 apartados, y para saciar la curiosidad por saber qué película se alza como la gran triunfadora de la noche hay que aguantar demasiado tiempo.

En vista de la caída de audiencia, la Academia se ha comprometido a producir "un show de entretenimiento de tres horas". Quizá siguen siendo demasiadas pero parece un pequeño paso en la buena dirección. La gran solución para recortar la duración es entregar algunos premios durante las pausas publicitarias. Es decir, no veremos toda la ceremonia en directo.

Aun así, supongo que por respeto a los ganadores, esos momentos reservados para los asistentes serán grabados y emitidos posteriormente, para quien desee ver la gala completa. Esta medida ya se aplica en la gala de los premios Tony, emitida anualmente en la CBS. Todavía no se han revelado qué Óscar son tan poco importantes que serán marginados al final de la gala aunque supongo que los apartados de los cortos estarán en la lista.

Un nuevo Óscar para los grandes éxitos de taquilla

El cambio más llamativo es la creación de una nueva categoría, algo que no ocurría desde el año 2001, cuando se empezó a dar el Óscar a las mejores películas de animación. Todavía no se han dado detalles sobre lo que van a premiar, sólo que reconocerá "el destacado logro en películas populares". Los Óscar siguiendo el ejemplo de los MTV Movie Awards.

Sin duda es una medida polémica. Ya veremos qué producciones salen beneficiadas y, como las nominaciones serán más fáciles de conseguir, se corre el riesgo de devaluar el galardón, pero la meta es ganar audencia y parece claro que con esto lo van a lograr. Si la gente no ha visto las películas que optan a los Óscar, no se van a interesar por la ceremonia.

Por otro lado, se reaviva un debate interesante sobre las películas que suelen ser olvidadas en los Óscar. En 2017, James Cameron criticó a los Óscar por premiar a películas de autor en lugar de grandes espectáculos que llevan en masa a la gente a los cines, y que en definitiva, mantienen viva la industria de Hollywood. Este año, Seth MacFarlane también atacó a la Academia por dar más valor al drama que a la comedia.

Nolan

El nuevo Óscar podría zanjar estas controversias. Si la medida se introduce en la 91ª edición, blockbusters como 'Black Panther', 'Vengadores: Infinity War', 'Jurassic World: El reino caído', 'Misión: Imposible – Fallout' o 'Un lugar tranquilo', entre otras producciones de 2018 que han triunfado en taquilla, podrían ser candidatas a la preciada estatuilla.

Por último, se ha adelantado varias semanas la celebración de la 92º gala de entrega de los Óscar: se emitirá el 9 febrero de 2020. La 91ª sigue en su fecha actual: 24 de febrero de 2019.

También te recomendamos

[Inocentes 2017] "No hay competición este año". La Academia de Hollywood entrega todos los Óscar a 'Dunkerque' y cancela la gala

Las matemáticas seguirán siendo la base del futuro, ¿estamos preparados?

Casey Affleck rompe una tradición de los Óscar y no acudirá a la gala por las acusaciones de acoso sexual

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La noticia La Academia de Hollywood anuncia cambios en los Óscar: habrá una categoría para las películas más populares fue publicada originalmente en Espinof por Juan Luis Caviaro .


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Oscar

Cinco meses después de que los Óscar fracasaran con el peor dato de audencia de su historia (aunque en realidad no fue la ceremonia menos vista), la junta de gobernadores de la Academia de las Artes Cinematográficas y las Ciencias ha anunciado importantes cambios. El objetivo: ganar espectadores e intentar convertirse en un gran evento televisivo.

Además de aprobarse la reelección de John Bailey como presidente de la Academia, se tomaron varias medidas de cara a las próximas ediciones de los premios más importantes de Hollywood, como acortar la gala y crear una nueva categoría para las mejores películas populares. En Marvel se estarán frotando las manos...

Una gala más corta

Guillermo del Toro

Uno de los grandes problemas de los Óscar, y de la mayoría de galas de entregas de premios, es que duran demasiado y acaban aburriendo, con tanto discurso de agradecimiento (que es normal, por otro lado). No hay interés por conocer el resultado de los 24 apartados, y para saciar la curiosidad por saber qué película se alza como la gran triunfadora de la noche hay que aguantar demasiado tiempo.

En vista de la caída de audiencia, la Academia se ha comprometido a producir "un show de entretenimiento de tres horas". Quizá siguen siendo demasiadas pero parece un pequeño paso en la buena dirección. La gran solución para recortar la duración es entregar algunos premios durante las pausas publicitarias. Es decir, no veremos toda la ceremonia en directo.

Aun así, supongo que por respeto a los ganadores, esos momentos reservados para los asistentes serán grabados y emitidos posteriormente, para quien desee ver la gala completa. Esta medida ya se aplica en la gala de los premios Tony, emitida anualmente en la CBS. Todavía no se han revelado qué Óscar son tan poco importantes que serán marginados al final de la gala aunque supongo que los apartados de los cortos estarán en la lista.

Un nuevo Óscar para los grandes éxitos de taquilla

El cambio más llamativo es la creación de una nueva categoría, algo que no ocurría desde el año 2001, cuando se empezó a dar el Óscar a las mejores películas de animación. Todavía no se han dado detalles sobre lo que van a premiar, sólo que reconocerá "el destacado logro en películas populares". Los Óscar siguiendo el ejemplo de los MTV Movie Awards.

Sin duda es una medida polémica. Ya veremos qué producciones salen beneficiadas y, como las nominaciones serán más fáciles de conseguir, se corre el riesgo de devaluar el galardón, pero la meta es ganar audencia y parece claro que con esto lo van a lograr. Si la gente no ha visto las películas que optan a los Óscar, no se van a interesar por la ceremonia.

Por otro lado, se reaviva un debate interesante sobre las películas que suelen ser olvidadas en los Óscar. En 2017, James Cameron criticó a los Óscar por premiar a películas de autor en lugar de grandes espectáculos que llevan en masa a la gente a los cines, y que en definitiva, mantienen viva la industria de Hollywood. Este año, Seth MacFarlane también atacó a la Academia por dar más valor al drama que a la comedia.

Nolan

El nuevo Óscar podría zanjar estas controversias. Si la medida se introduce en la 91ª edición, blockbusters como 'Black Panther', 'Vengadores: Infinity War', 'Jurassic World: El reino caído', 'Misión: Imposible – Fallout' o 'Un lugar tranquilo', entre otras producciones de 2018 que han triunfado en taquilla, podrían ser candidatas a la preciada estatuilla.

Por último, se ha adelantado varias semanas la celebración de la 92º gala de entrega de los Óscar: se emitirá el 9 febrero de 2020. La 91ª sigue en su fecha actual: 24 de febrero de 2019.

También te recomendamos

Casey Affleck rompe una tradición de los Óscar y no acudirá a la gala por las acusaciones de acoso sexual

[Inocentes 2017] "No hay competición este año". La Academia de Hollywood entrega todos los Óscar a 'Dunkerque' y cancela la gala

Las matemáticas seguirán siendo la base del futuro, ¿estamos preparados?

-
La noticia La Academia de Hollywood anuncia cambios en los Óscar: habrá una categoría para las películas más populares fue publicada originalmente en Espinof por Juan Luis Caviaro .


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Diplo (of Major Lazer and being unable to get Rihanna to sing on any of his work) is now a part-time tattoo artist and is offering his services via Twitter.

• “HMU if you wanna get tatted by me,” says the small dick DJ.

• Adds the Caribbean airport music producer, “can’t think of a worse decision u could make than letting me give u a tattoo.” I mean, it kinda goes without saying...







ONTD, do you have any tattoos?
Would you let Diplo do your next one?


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El dispositivo es solo un prototipo para probar los sistemas de reconocimiento facial con dibujos, pero es capaz de encontrar a Wally en apenas 4,45 segundos, “más rápido que la mayoría de niños de 5 años”, bromea su autor, Matt Reed. El aparato dispone de un brazo robótico y una cámara que toma una primera foto de la página y la envía para que el sistema de reconocimiento de Google (AutoML Vision), que ha sido previamente entrenado con las caras de Wally, identifique y localice al personaje.



Reed se inspiró en el uso reciente del sistema de reconocimiento facial de Amazon para identificar caras de famosos. “Obtuve todas las imágenes de Wally para el entrenamiento de las búsqueda de Google Imágenes; 62 cabezas sueltas de Wally y 45 cabezas con cuerpo”, asegura en The Verge. “Pensé que no serían suficientes para construir un modelo robusto, pero hace predicciones sorprendentemente buenas sobre Wallys que no estaban en el set original de entrenamiento”.

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El dispositivo es solo un prototipo para probar los sistemas de reconocimiento facial con dibujos, pero es capaz de encontrar a Wally en apenas 4,45 segundos, "más rápido que la mayoría de niños de 5 años", bromea su autor, Matt Reed. El aparato dispone de un brazo robótico y una cámara que toma una primera foto de la página y la envía para que el sistema de reconocimiento de Google (AutoML Vision), que ha sido previamente entrenado con las caras de Wally, identifique y localice al personaje.



Reed se inspiró en el uso reciente del sistema de reconocimiento facial de Amazon para identificar caras de famosos. "Obtuve todas las imágenes de Wally para el entrenamiento de las búsqueda de Google Imágenes; 62 cabezas sueltas de Wally y 45 cabezas con cuerpo", asegura en The Verge. "Pensé que no serían suficientes para construir un modelo robusto, pero hace predicciones sorprendentemente buenas sobre Wallys que no estaban en el set original de entrenamiento".

Más info en: This robot uses AI to find Waldo, thereby ruining Where's Waldo (The Verge)
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The FELICITY Rewatch Project: 3.10 + 3.11 The Drama Gets Turned To 11

Follow the whole rewatch here

Last week, Sarah braved Felicity’s venture into After School Territory, and we all learned a little something about how smoking crack is bad, okay?

Let’s drink to NOT SMOKING CRACK, jeezy chreezy:

The Felicity Drinking Game Rules

 

Drink once every time:

You cringe during the "New Version of You" credit sequence.

Felicity is endearingly earnest.

Ben smiles sheepishly.

Noel is adorkable.

Elena is a better friend than anyone deserves.

Meghan is mean and it's awesome.

Javier butchers a word or figure of speech.

Richard freaks out (in a good or bad way).

 

Drink twice every time:

Felicity stresses you out.

Felicity says, "Dear Sally."

Sean invents something.

Javier refers to Ben as “Benjamin.”

Onto the eps! 

3.10 "Final Touches"

The Molly and James drama drags on this week, so I'm going to kind of blow past it. Molly wants to break up with James; she doesn't want to break up with James. She wants to move back in with Felicity and the girls; she doesn't want to leave James alone in their crappy drug hotel room. He's using and dealing again, OF COURSE, and then he pulls a gun on her, OF COURSE, so she tells Ben she's going to break up with him, but she insists on doing it in person. Ben wisely suggests she do it in a public place, and he's going to be there in case anything goes wrong, but he promises he'll stay out of sight. Molly goes to break up with James, but we're watching from across the street with Ben and can't hear what they say. James keeps pleading with her, and the scene ends with them walking off with their arms around each other, OF COURSE. Molly at least has the good grace to look back regretfully at Ben. Only thing worth noting: when James shows up all crazy and violent at the apartment AGAIN, Ben keeps his cool and bravely manages the situation so James leaves without hurting anyone. Ben rules; this plotline does not.

Meanwhile, Sean and Meghan are having a little trouble in the bedroom since his surgery. The sexual tension is making them both very grumpy, a situation made worse by Richard's newest idea as Student Body President: to make a calendar of sexy students, one of dudes and one of ladies. Meghan and Sean help him with the auditions, but that means they're both ogling hot people in front of each other while feeling insecure about their sex life, so then they get real extra-grumpy. But of course they talk it out, with both admitting that they're just afraid of rejection from the other, and then they make up and have sex and it's very nice! 

Also making up and having sex: TRACY AND ELENA! Okay, sorry, I skipped ahead in favor of an easy transition, that's bad writing. Tracy and Elena are trying to be friends, with Elena obviously wanting more, and Tracy trying to figure out if he can forgive her. When they stop by Sexy Student Calendar Central, Meghan tells Tracy to take off his shirt, which he does willingly enough. THANK YOU, SHOW, AND ELENA, HOW DARE YOU CHEAT ON THIS PERFECT MAN:

When Elena finds out Tracy's hot bod's going to be in the calendar, she flips out and yells at him that he's a hypocrite and a tease, which is crazy behavior, but of course she's really just super nervous that all the other gals at UNY are going to realize how gorgeous Tracy is and she won't have a chance. When Tracy is firm in telling her that she is in NO position to talk to him that way after cheating on him (and good for him), she tells him she doesn't think she can be his friend anymore, and he looks sad. Later, he shows up at her place and tells her he can't be her friend either - and then he kisses her! And it makes me so happy!

While this seems like GREAT NEWS, Felicity Season 3 can't ever give us a second to enjoy a damn thing, so the next scene cuts to them in bed after having had sex. Elena looks h-a-p-p-y, but Tracy looks, well, like he immensely regrets what he just did.

Finally, Felicity has that nightmare where she forgot to drop a class, never attended and now has to make an A on the final in order to pass, except it's NOT A DREAM! Because Meghan totally spaced on mailing in Felicity's drop form, gah. You internet-age college students have no idea how good you have it. So she has less than a week to cram a semester's worth of knowledge into her head, and she also has a lot of Loser Pet Store (!) responsibilities at the same time. Noel is SO excited about this endeavor, and they pitch the show to the university's animation department, or something? The professor tells them they have until Friday to outline 21 episodes, which means Felicity's week is terrrrrrible. Ben keeps telling Felicity to flake on Noel, but she doesn't want to, not only because he's treating this project like a lifeline, but also because she's excited about it and wants to do it. She doesn't tell him about her final, and while trying to brainstorm with him she gets overwhelmed and bursts into tears out of exhaustion, the most relatable moment of this entire series. Noel is SUUUUUUUCH a butthead about it, calling her unreliable and storming out, until Ben defends Felicity to him and tells him about her class. Noel apologizes gracefully and then pulls an all-nighter to help Felicity ace her final, which she does! It's not as exciting as the finals episodes of the past two seasons, but I still like it. 

How many times do I have to take a drink?

7.

Cameo

The animation professor is played by 30 Rock's Scott Adsit! Hornberger!

The Truest Thing Anybody Said This Week

College Nostalgia Moment

That feeling of cramming for a very scary final and then just KNOWING that you're crushing it? That's gold.

College Anti-Nostalgia Moment

That said, when Felicity just starts crying because she's sooooo tiiiiiiired and still has so much studying to do before she's allowed to sleep? Yeah, I don't miss that.

3.11 "And to All a Good Night"

Luckily, the Elena and Tracy strife goes to healthy place in the very next episode. Tracy admits that, while it felt great in the moment, he's feeling guilty about having sex, and they talk about it a lot and even go to counseling with his pastor. He tells Elena he was accepted to an HIV outreach program in Africa next semester, and he can't figure out what to do about their relationship, so he needs some space to think, and he's going to take the semester abroad. She's sad, but they end the episode looking GORGEOUS and dancing together in total swoonworthy love, so though I'm super bummed Donald Faison's leaving to make Scrubs Tracy's leaving for Africa, I'm happy with the low-drama and healthy place he and Elena have found. Because there's plentttty of other drama in this ep.

Felicity's mom has come to visit, and we all need to remember to call her Ms. Hunter now because she's reverted to her maiden name. Felicity and Ben have plans to go to Florida together over the holidays, but Ms. Hunter seems really upset because it's her first Christmas by herself since the divorce, and Felicity feels guilty. And it doesn't help that Ms. Hunter seems determined to disapprove of Ben, for some understandable reasons but also without really giving him a chance. Stuff keeps happening that makes Ben look kinda bad - Sean shenanigans, James shenanigans, the fact that Ben has gotten into multiple fistfights this year (fair) and he's ALMOST A SENIOR AND STILL HASN'T DECLARED A MAJOR (Benjamin) - and while Felicity tries to defend him to her mom, she doesn't really do the best job. Meanwhile, Noel is being Noel, all cute and excited about Loser Pet Store and a generally smart, motivated, clean-cut guy, so Ms. Hunter keeps trying to get Felicity to rejoin Team Noel, which rightfully infuriates Felicity. (She should introduce her mom to Leon!) She tells Felicity that the turtle from Loser Pet Store who's desperately in love with the parrot is obviously Noel, and Felicity chews on that a bit. 

Ben and Felicity get into a pretty big fight about her mom, and it seems bleak, but then Ben does his perfect Ben thing, and he invites Ms. Hunter to talk with him at Dean & Deluca. He tells her he understands her concerns, but that a teacher once told him the most interesting people don't know who they want to be when they're 20 years old, and he knows he's going to be an interesting person. And he tells her that Felicity believes in him, and, "On a good day, I feel like I might become everything she sees in me." OMGGGG of course this works like gangbusters on Ms. Hunter, who is just a human woman so she cannot resist The Covington. Especially when he says THIS:

SWOOOON! Ms. Hunter gives Felicity her blessings and tells her to go to Florida with Ben over Christmas. BUT later, at the Christmas party the girls are throwing at their apartment (where everyone looks AMAZING, Felicity, Ben, Noel, Elena, Tracy, everyone), Felicity asks Noel if he's the turtle, and he says he is, but lies that Ruby's the parrot. Felicity seems a little nonplussed at this news, but then she goes to give Ben one hell of an embrace because he looks hottttt and Noel stares after her moonily, OBVIOUSLY in love. Have you tried reading her emails so you can spy on her innermost thoughts and win her over that way, Noel? Consider it! 

Okay, ugh. Molly DID finally break up with James, and she's being good and sticking with it even though he's constantly calling the apartment and harassing everyone, and he even shows up once while she's with Ben. She stays strong and I'm proud of her, but then James shows up at the Christmas party all tweaky and black-eyed, and the fun cheerful scene goes into crazy intense slow-mo, like what is this, Law & Order: SVU? James pulls out a gun and the episode cuts to black before we hear a gunshot. It is SO dramatic and not at all like this show and I don't care for it. But the rest of this episode's pretty cute, so. 

How many times do I have to take a drink?

6.

Sean's Big Idea

The Seananigans this week consist of a Christmas tree farm called Blumberg's Deep Discount Holiday Tree Emporium, which Meghan maintains was her idea (from her "list of legal and barely legal sources for quick holiday cash"), and they fight over it, but it's a dumb idea anyway so who cares. They make up, because they always make up, and yay.

Meghan's Christmas Present

Sean gets her a leather whip, and she's thrilled, and when he tells her he considered leather panties, she tells him he made the right choice.

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That's it for this week! QUESTIONS: does anyone buy Tag from Friends as a violent crackhead? I cannot. How do you feel about the ramped-up Noel feelings? What's your favorite Tracy scene, as Donald Faison (mostly other than a few eps here and there) leaves the series? Mine's the one gif'ed above, where he was SHIRTLESS.

Meet Sarah here next Wednesday morning as she covers "Girlfight" and "Blackout"!

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Liebe Clara! Gut, dass Du mich auf diese Poolparty noch aufmerksam gemacht hast. Mein Reader zeigt diesen Beitrag mal wieder nicht an. Ich wette, der hat auch einen Hitzschlag abbekommen. Die Nachtaufnahmen sehen klasse aus. Das ist doch mal richtig farbliches Claraflair. Das Video von der Poolreinigung ist irgendwie lustig. Das moderne Monster von Loch Marokko :) In Mückensuppe baden klingt allerdings wirklich nicht sehr berauschend. Zusammen mit gar gekochten Badegästen wäre das ja ein prima Essen für Menschenfresser. Komisch, ich glaube, ich wäre auch nicht gerutscht. Immer das Treppensteigen mit anschließendem kurzen Rutschvergnügen ... ist wahrscheinlich wirklich was für Jüngere. Auf jeden Fall sieht der Pool im Abendschein schön ruhig aus. Das stelle ich mir wesentlich entspannender vor, als die Zeit, wenn die laute Musik spielt und einen wieder ins Hotelzimmer treibt. Erstaunlich, dass kein aufblasbares Einhorn auf dem Wasser geschwommen ist, die sind doch momentan so in. Wobei, soweit ich weiß, sind bereits Flamingos und Lamas auf dem Vormarsch und das Einhorn hat ausgedient... Puh, jedenfalls hilft der Anblick von so viel Wasser schon ein bißchen über die drückende Hitze hier hinweg. Ich danke Dir für die Einladung und gönne mir jetzt ein kühles Getränk :) https://media.giphy.com/media/l41JQcODvTlGrbKms/giphy.gif Liebe Grüße Mallybeau ... tropf tropf tropf
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Stay up to date on Portland news and politics. Looking for fun? Here are the best Things to Do in Portland today.

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KENTON WALTZ

Good morning, Portland. IT IS STILL HOT OUT, THE AIR IS STILL SMOKY, HOW IS EVERYONE DOING. As someone who recently moved back to Portland from Texas, I am happy to incessantly remind you that it's not that bad. (Yes, I am a monster.)

Here's some news to start your day:

Rentals Going Rogue: Portland's released an audit on it's 4-year-old regulations for Airbnbs (and other short-term rentals). Turns out, some 80 percent of all hosts don't have the mandatory permit required to run a rental. But the city's not entirely sure, nor is it able to enforce this rule, because it has ZERO useful data from Airbnb (et. al) to let them know anything about the rentals. According to the city, that'll change soon.

Bureau Swap: Mayor Wheeler's done that thing again where he redistributes bureaus among his fellow city commissioners. Here are some initial thoughts on the shuffle.


Trouble in River City: Protesters showed up at Portland City Hall yesterday to criticize how Portland police handled last weekend's Patriot Prayer rally. Two protesters left in handcuffs, their questions unanswered by city officials.

Silent Treatment: It's time Portland takes the threat of Patriot Prayer rabble-rousers seriously. To do so, we suggest leaning on the First Amendment.

Bullet, Dodged: No, the Department of Justice won't be investigating Governor Kate Brown's deal made with Nike and labor groups to drop a ballot initiative campaign.

Sorry Not Sorry, Brock: A federal judge rejected Stanford rapist Brock Turner's request for a new trial, upholding Turner's sexual assault convictions.

Puppetry: The US has placed sanctions on Russia for the country's likely involvement in poisoning a former Russian spy in England. RUSSIA NOT HAPPY.


Preparing for the Worst: The governor of Virginia has declared a state of emergency in preparation for the one-year anniversary of Charlottesville's deadly Unite the Right Rally. Several alt-right protests are planned to take place across the country—including in Charlottesville and Washington, DC—to commemorate the day.

Horrifying News of the Day: Police have arrested a man charged with kidnapping and starving 11 children on a New Mexico compound, where he was allegedly training the kids to be school shooters.

Traffic Jam: In a move to decrease traffic congestion, New York City has placed a cap on the number of Uber and Lyft drivers in the city for one year. Uber and Lyft are not pleased.

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You bored with the back and forth over whether Donald Trump will be allowed by his lawyers to sit in front of special counsel Robert Mueller's team and lie to their faces before they've even asked a question? YOU'RE NOT? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU? IT'S ALL A BULLSHIT GAME OF CHICKEN, AND MUELLER ISN'T EVEN PLAYING!

Also, didn't we just do this a week ago? We did.

Anyway, feast your eyes on this mendacious horseshit from Maggie Haberman's latest hot scoop:


President Trump's lawyers rejected the special counsel's latest terms for an interview in the Russia investigation, countering on Wednesday with an offer that suggested a narrow path for answering questions, people familiar with the matter said. [...]

The president's lead lawyer in the case, Rudolph W. Giuliani, noted the documents that the White House has already provided and said, "We're restating what we have been saying for months: It is time for the Office of Special Counsel to conclude its inquiry without further delay."

BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH FUCK YOU.

Eight months! This "negotiation" has been going on for eight months! And it's not even a real "negotiation"!

Oh hey look, Robert Mueller just sent Wonkette a selfie to express how he feels upon reading Rudy Giuliani's latest mash note:

LOL, our bad, that is not Robert Mueller. That is the literal devil incarnate, who runs the Deep State with her emails. In other words, that is Robert Mueller's boss.

HAHA JOKES.

Um, anyway, funny quote from the Mags Haberville scoop article:

By making another counterproposal after months of promises that they were just weeks away from deciding about an interview, Mr. Trump's lawyers run the risk that Mr. Mueller could conclude they are negotiating in bad faith to prolong the investigation.

YA THINK?

Trump's lawyers continue to say they don't want Trump answering questions about obstruction of justice, and their stated reason is that they subscribe to the Nixonian belief that the president is allowed to murder babies in the middle of 5th Avenue, because he is president. The real reason is that they know their client is a fool and a fucking pathological liar who's only partially tethered to reality, and we say "partially" because we're being generous. Mueller, of course, would like to ask Trump questions on all his crimes, including obstruction, conspiracy with the Russian government, and whatever else Mueller has uncovered that we don't yet know about.

But doggone it, Trump really wants to talk to Mueller! Because Trump has spent so many decades huffing his own farts, he literally thinks he is so smart he can go in front of Mueller and convince him that he's innocent, and moreover that this is all a witch hunt. He thinks he can just weasel out of it the way he used to weasel out of crimes in his business. He has no fucking clue what he's dealing with here.

Look, maybe Mueller actually needs an interview with Trump to determine his intent, and if that is the case, there will be a subpoena fight and it will go all the way to the Supreme Court. But we doubt that. Donald Trump manages to confess his crimes on Twitter fifty times a week, and Mueller has ALL THESE RECEIPTS and ALL THESE INTERVIEWS and ALL THESE DOCUMENTS. We have a feeling his case is fully formed, and any Trump interview will just add a whole bunch of perjury to all the rest of Trump's crimes, like icing on the most disgusting cake you've ever been forced to eat.

In other words, Mueller has Trump dead to rights, and these negotiations are just him showing that he plays ball. Maybe he'd like to trick Trump and his stable of stable genius lawyers into letting the president be interviewed. Hell, if Mueller does ultimately decide to subpoena Trump, it might just be for sport at this point!

Meanwhile, Trump's fuckmouth lawyers will continue engaging in these VERY LOUD NEGOTIATIONS, which are VERY LOUD BECAUSE RUDY GIULIANI WON'T STOP TALKING ABOUT THEM, so that they have deniability when they ultimately say, "Turns out we can't do it! We tried, but that Robert Mueller character is just too unreasonable! He even says the president can be held accountable for obvious crimes, like have you ever heard something so crazy?"

Then Giuliani went on Hannity and said this:

Nobody tell him how Watergate ends! Okay thank you goodbye.

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          En vivo, mira los peces nadar alrededor del gigantesco centro de datos submarino de Microsoft con 864 servidores      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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En vivo y directo desde el centro de datos que recientemente Microsoft metió en el fondo del océano. Ahí, junto a 864 servidores y más de 27 petabytes de información, la fauna marina se pasea en las profundidades.

Y ahora si quieres, puedes verlo en tiempo real desde tu ordenador en casa gracias a las dos cámaras que instaló el equipo para monitorizar las condiciones ambientales cerca de su enorme centro de datos que además solo utiliza energía renovable.

El centro de datos está diseñado para operar sin mantenimiento por los próximos cinco años, pero eso no quiere decir que no lo vayan a estar vigilando. Solo que Microsoft aprovechó también para ofrecer un streaming en vivo de cómo los peces se acercan al colosal pedazo de metal para el disfrute de todos.

Dentro de la estructura que cuenta con un sistema de refrigeración que utiliza la misma agua del océano, se encuentran 12 racks de 864 servidores y 27.6 petabytes (27,600 terabytes) de almacenamiento, algo que hace que su consumo sea de apenas un cuarto de megavatio.

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El feed es simplemente una forma de mirar las condiciones alrededor de la estructura, como se corroe el metal, y el interés de los peces en un "dispositivo" que puede almacenar 5 millones de películas en su interior. Puede parecer tan inconsecuente como sentarse idiotizado a ver el vídeo de una pecera, pero saber lo que hay ahí dentro lo hace quizás un poco más fascinante.

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La espera ha sido larga, pero sabríamos que acabaría valiendo la pena. 'Red Dead Redemption 2' ha mostrado por primera vez su gameplay y, como ya vaticinábamos, nos hemos quedado alucinados con el nivel que ha conseguido Rockstar para su próximo gran lanzamiento.

Gráficos, interacción, narrativa y jugabilidad se dan la mano en el último salto con tirabuzón de la compañía, un juego mastodóntico que nos devuelve al Salvaje Oeste para que gocemos de sus paisajes y sus peligros. A continuación os dejamos con todas las secciones de gameplay del vídeo. 23 gloriosos GIF que nos muestran hasta dónde será capaz de llegar 'Red Dead Redemption 2'.

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Lo mejor de esa video es Oprah bailando. XD

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La espera ha sido larga, pero sabríamos que acabaría valiendo la pena. 'Red Dead Redemption 2' ha mostrado por primera vez su gameplay y, como ya vaticinábamos, nos hemos quedado alucinados con el nivel que ha conseguido Rockstar para su próximo gran lanzamiento.

Gráficos, interacción, narrativa y jugabilidad se dan la mano en el último salto con tirabuzón de la compañía, un juego mastodóntico que nos devuelve al Salvaje Oeste para que gocemos de sus paisajes y sus peligros. A continuación os dejamos con todas las secciones de gameplay del vídeo. 23 gloriosos GIF que nos muestran hasta dónde será capaz de llegar 'Red Dead Redemption 2'.

Viajes a caballo

via GIPHY

Personajes y guantazos

A tiro limpio

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Según esta filtración, Red Dead Redemption 2 tendrá modo Battle Royale. Y no suena descabellado

Red Dead Redemption 2 vuelve a dejar claro por qué es un gran candidato a juego del año con su nuevo tráiler

Las matemáticas seguirán siendo la base del futuro, ¿estamos preparados?

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La noticia 23 gloriosos GIF con todo el gameplay y las novedades de Red Dead Redemption 2 fue publicada originalmente en Vidaextra por R. Marquez .


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          Google Maps cambia la flecha por el coche que quieras y prepara los planes en grupo para Android      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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Aún recordamos como el pasado 10 de marzo Google Maps sustituía la clásica flecha de su 'Modo Navegación' por Mario y su Mario Kart. Era el día de Mario (MAR10). No fue la única vez: en el pasado, en Google Maps hemos jugado con Pokémon, el Comecocos o Wally y, ahora, prepara los nuevos iconos de coche para que los tengamos, de forma permanente como en iOS, en Android.

No es la única novedad que prepara Google Maps en su nueva beta, convenientemente destripada a partir del código de su APK. Los planes en grupo, de los que ya hablamos en su momento tras su presentación en la Google I/O, están también a punto de llegar para los usuarios de Android.

Vote In Real Time

Google cumple lo que promete en sus presentaciones, y además lo hace puntualmente. Esto es lo que podemos concluir de tras ver en su código esta novedad organizativa de Google Maps que anunciaron durante su conferencia para desarrolladores para este mismo verano. La función ya ha llegado, aunque de momento de forma oculta.

Dentro de Google Maps, pronto tendremos la posibilidad de seleccionar varios destinos u opciones gastronómicas, hacer una lista con ellos y enviarla a un grupo de amigos para que, entre todos, voten y acaben eligiendo una opción que satisfaga a la mayoría .

Con esta novedad, la idea es que organizarse a través del servicio de Google sea cada vez más fácil, especialmente en grupo cuando las decisiones se hacen mucho más complejas de lo necesario. Además, de paso, Google recolecta datos muy interesantes sobre las elecciones y preferencias de cada usuario y las decisiones y necesidades de los grupos.

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Una vez más, el archivo APK de la beta de Google Maps ha servido para que, dentro de su análisis, 9to5Google haya descubierto varias líneas de código que hacen referencia a esta nueva funcionalidad, pero también la posibilidad de modificar el icono de la flecha en el 'Modo Navegación' para vehículos.

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Se trata de una posibilidad que los usuarios de Google Maps en su versión para iOS ya conocían y ya pueden usar desde mayo. Cuando has seleccionado un recorrido de un punto de origen a otro de destino y entras en el modo navegación para vehículos, tocar sobre la flecha te abrirá las tres nuevas opciones.

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Un turismo rojo, una camioneta pickup verde o un coche familiar amarillo son las alternativas y tocar sobre cualquiera de ellas sustituirá la flecha para hacer el recorrido mucho más ameno y un poco más realista. El cambio ya está presente en el archivo actual, así que no tardaremos en verlo activado para todos los dispositivos Android.

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La espera ha sido larga, pero sabríamos que acabaría valiendo la pena. 'Red Dead Redemption 2' ha mostrado por primera vez su gameplay y, como ya vaticinábamos, nos hemos quedado alucinados con el nivel que ha conseguido Rockstar para su próximo gran lanzamiento.

Gráficos, interacción, narrativa y jugabilidad se dan la mano en el último salto con tirabuzón de la compañía, un juego mastodóntico que nos devuelve al Salvaje Oeste para que gocemos de sus paisajes y sus peligros. A continuación os dejamos con todas las secciones de gameplay del vídeo. 23 gloriosos GIF que nos muestran hasta dónde será capaz de llegar 'Red Dead Redemption 2'.

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          23 gloriosos GIF con todo el gameplay y las novedades de Red Dead Redemption 2      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Reddead2

La espera ha sido larga, pero sabríamos que acabaría valiendo la pena. 'Red Dead Redemption 2' ha mostrado por primera vez su gameplay y, como ya vaticinábamos, nos hemos quedado alucinados con el nivel que ha conseguido Rockstar para su próximo gran lanzamiento.

Gráficos, interacción, narrativa y jugabilidad se dan la mano en el último salto con tirabuzón de la compañía, un juego mastodóntico que nos devuelve al Salvaje Oeste para que gocemos de sus paisajes y sus peligros. A continuación os dejamos con todas las secciones de gameplay del vídeo. 23 gloriosos GIF que nos muestran hasta dónde será capaz de llegar 'Red Dead Redemption 2'.

Viajes a caballo

via GIPHY

Personajes y guantazos

A tiro limpio


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Michael Moore ha vuelto y quiere acabar con Donald Trump. ¡Buena suerte! Hace 14 años, el director triunfó con 'Fahrenheit 9/11', donde criticaba la presidencia de George W. Bush; ganó la Palma de Oro y logró el documental más taquillero de la historia. Ahora Moore pretende repetir la jugada con 'Fahrenheit 11/9'.

Más abajo puedes ver el tráiler de este nuevo documental con título de remake. Es un adelanto en la línea habitual de Moore, que acusa al presidente de destruir el sueño americano, retratándole como si fuera un diabólico villano de alguna película de Hollywood. Desde luego hay veces donde Trump supera cualquier tipo de parodia pero quizá no es el mejor enfoque para convencer a sus votantes de que han cometido un error haciéndole presidente de Estados Unidos...

En el vídeo podemos comprobar que Michael Moore va a vincular la presidencia de Trump con el ascenso de los supremacistas blancos o el problema de las armas de fuego, entre otros graves asuntos que preocupan no sólo al país norteamericano sino a todo el mundo.

'Fahrenheit 9/11' se estrenará el mes que viene en el Festival de Toronto y llegará a las salas de cine el 21 de septiembre, justo a tiempo para intentar influir en las elecciones legislativas de medio término que se celebran el próximo mes de noviembre. Donald Trump dijo que podría disparar a alguien en plena calle y aun así no perdería votos. ¿Será este documental de Michael Moore más efectivo que una bala? Pronto saldremos de dudas.

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La noticia Tráiler de 'Fahrenheit 11/9': Michael Moore acusa a Donald Trump de destruir el sueño americano en su nuevo documental fue publicada originalmente en Espinof por Juan Luis Caviaro .




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