Magnets magnets everywhere.
Something is going on: pro sports is fixed for gambling and controlled outcomes.
What are the chances of two impossible consecutive putts at a fan-less golf tournament?
The first one is 43 (7) feet.
The second is 65 or 66 feet (?)
Sports entertainment needs drama and excitement.
How do you ensure that right up to the end?
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These two staged events are beyond the normal scripting that is sports entertainment fixing. They are archetype casting, a way of messaging the Christ story to non religious people.
If you think all these parallels are simple coincidence, then you need to take a course in probability and learn the infinite nature of the odds that this could happen if it wasn’t written out to the yard line.
The obvious 33 hoax code is first and foremost the main clue.
Joe Theismann – Nov. 18, 1985 Alex Smith – Nov. 18, 2018 -Theismann was at the game when Smith broke his leg -Both QB’s were playing for the Redskins when their legs were broken -Both QB’s broke their right tibia and fibula -Both breaks happened in Washington -Both games ended in the same score, 23-21 -Both injuries happened near the 40 yard line -Lawrence Taylor and JJ Watt are the only two people to win defensive player of the year three times, Taylor tackled Theismann and Watt tackled Smith -Theismann’s Pro Bowl left tackle, Joe Jacoby wasn’t on the field due to injury -Smith’s Pro Bowl left tackle, Trent Williams, wasn’t on the field due to injury Less of a coincidence but still interesting: -Both quarterbacks were playing against red, white and blue jerseys.No tags for this post.
National Magnetball League
The NBA is back! There’s is definitely some truth to this video. Something is going on with the basketballs in the NBA. Pushing aside the bullshit in this video about blood sacrifices, the footage of these balls getting stuck right above the rims, balls being shot almost half court and going in regularly and these balls that magically go with unreal bounces. Something is up.
Nothing, and I mean nothing, makes front page news in Canada like hockey stories. Good ones and bad ones all can make the front page for days.
This story has spent more than two days at the top, and it keeps on going. For that reason alone, we must question whether or not it is scripted.
At this point, I am falling on the scripted side.
Even those that believe it are getting tired of it.
Remember, Major League Sports falls under the sports entertainment category. Outcomes will be engineered to maximize profit like any other Corporation.
David Ayres continued to come on in relief Monday night during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.
The 42-year-old, made famous over the weekend for his emergency goaltending appearance with the Carolina Hurricanes, played the piano among other fun activities while on air with Colbert.
… It’s good to be on the side of truth.
Fast forward to 29:33 for the Lance Armstrong story.
For the record, I think the testicular cancer story is fake, but required for the Phoenix story.
The Moth Radio Hour: Family, Neighbors and Extraordinary Proof
2019-10-29 by The Moth
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In this episode we travel to Chicago, the Navajo Nation in Arizona, and then end the hour on the sidelines of the Tour de France. A man struggles with his unruly neighbors, an artists shares memories of growing up on the Navajo Nation and a journalist exposes one of the greatest sports scandals of our time. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Meg Bowles Storytellers: Shannon Cason, Melanie Yazzie, and David Walsh.
All major sports is rigged – this wouldn’t surprise me at all.
Even if you knew it was fixed, most would still watch.
We love our WWE wrestling.
Another magnetic ball for a magnetic personality.
Apparently someone else though the very same thing and made a post / audio/video mashup of the two events.
I put the video of Kawhi's shot to the audio of Vern calling Tiger's iconic chip in at the Masters in 2005 bc that's honestly the first thing I thought when I saw that shot drop pic.twitter.com/XU7y0mq0uI
— Trevor Sikkema (@TampaBayTre) May 13, 2019
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One of the most blatantly fixed games ever – all in support of the Boston Bruins running all the way to the Stanley Cup win to pay tribute to the Boston Unbombing.
They call it a collapse – the only explanation if you don’t understand that pro sports, like news, is entertainment. The only way to fix fear or elation is to script the story.
I’ll never get excited for another Leafs game again.
Perhaps the brand new Golden Knights will take it all this year in the same way to pay tribute to the Las Vegas hoax shooting.
The Maple Leafs are back in the playoffs against the Boston Bruins, the team that broke the hearts of Leaf fans everywhere on May 13, 2013. For many fans, Game 7 of the first round of the 2013 playoffs is still fresh in their memories: The Leafs had a 4-1 lead with five minutes to go. After a nine-year post-season hiatus, it looked like Toronto was set for a playoff run. But then, an epic collapse.
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