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  1. All that video did was remind me of Freddie Sez. And the day when I told a classmate "God, I really don't like that guy." "No one here does. Congratulations, you're officially a New Yorker now."
  2. Amazing how he's going to be eligible to play in like 30 games. I wonder if anyone has explained to him what a prorated salary is. Anyway, another bit of fun at the Brooklyn media day:
  3. I had to cut off the ridiculous cast somewhere. Also, I wanted to put in at least one more woman in the list. Interesting that you did not.
  4. LICORICE PIZZA Starring Cooper Hoffman (PSH's kid), Alana Haim, Bradley Cooper, and Maya Rudolph Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (~!) -- Cooper looks unnervingly like his father. Hope he's anywhere near as talented as his dad was.
  5. On the women's side of things, I'm a little surprised they had Sasha run in for the DQ. I would have sworn she was going to Raw next week. But now? Also, the number of people chanting for Becky was... disheartening. Though reading the tea leaves a little... I'd guess Bianca and... Bayley(?) are going to Monday. With Shayna, Asuka, and/or Doudrop heading to SDL?
  6. Dude is a two time cancer survivor and the definition of immunocompromised. So yes, he probably masks up everywhere. Especially among an indoors pro-wrestling crowd in the middle of Ohio. Also, that mask makes him look like a murderous Samoan ninja. He should mask up more often.
  7. TRADE! Carolina sends TE Dan Arnold and a 3. Jacksonville sends CB C.J. Henderson and a 5.
  8. I really, really hate football right now. But probably not as much as Josh Norman:
  9. YOUR Columbia Lions defeated the Georgetown Hoyas 35-24 to regain the Lou Little Cup! They now begin the Ivy League schedule at 2-0. First up.... Roar Lion Roar!
  10. The Dubs found their backup plan to Wiggins' stupidity:
  11. Because Columbia would never accept it. I seem to recall the Giants/Jets kicking around the idea of playing there last year if MetLife Stadium was going to be shuttered, and CU told them to kick rocks. I'm guessing AEW wouldn't fare much better. Plus parking in that area is atrocious and the only train that runs there is the 1. (Or, I guess Metro-North to Marble Hill.)
  12. They also don't have heating, so... nah, that's not going to happen.
  13. Oh, and since I just looked it up, there is a problem with Ashe. It's not winterized - so they have to shut it down in November, so the pipes don't freeze. And fwiw, they really want AEW back sooner rather than later.
  14. Main issue of with anything in NYC is the weather. Anyplace outdoors, will give you the chance of rain on one hand, and then that any place becomes unusable between November and March because unless you are extremely lucky, it will just be too cold. Hell, Mania ran in April and it was in the 50's and really uncomfortable. But discounting that, as Pete said, Forest Hills Stadium is probably ideal if you're running an outdoors show. 10k+ capacity, recently renovated and ideal for this sort of show. The Brooklyn Cyclones' Stadium and the for-now, unused Staten Island baseball stadium would make nice 5-8k seat venues. Aside from that, you have Yankee Stadium/Citi Field, both of which would be incredible, but extremely expensive. Central Park would be insane. Yes, you can get - theoretically - a hundred thousand plus there. But a) AEW isn't running anything that big yet, b) it's going to have to be planned out a solid year or two in advance, and c) there would be so many restrictions it probably wouldn't be worth it. Indoors, MSG/Barclays are the two kings. Radio City Music Hall can hold about 5000. Carnegie Hall holds around 3000. There's a new small performing arts center in Hudson Yards. And completely thinking outside the box, there's the Metropolitan Opera House (which will never, EVER host pro wrestling). Ashe Stadium is the only place here with a retractable roof, so they could theoretically run that at any point in the year.
  15. Am I the only one who sees this as Joe Gacy on TV next week complaining about cancel culture?
  16. Welcome to my last place team last year. Fuck that guy.
  17. Chicago has won the AL Central. This is the first time in.... *checks notes* ...FRANCHISE HISTORY(!) that they are in the postseason in back to back years.
  18. You know, I figured this story would have come up, but with Kyrie's name. I guess just because the earth is flat doesn't mean vaccines don't work.
  19. I'm sure it is, but unless I'm seeing things, it very much looks like he hit head first on that particular bump. BD just didn't tuck his head in fast enough and landed head first.
  20. Jack Eichel has been stripped of his captaincy by the Sabres.
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