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  2. He knows his shit.
  3. I do hope their local rivals say that they have beat the meat when they win a derby
  4. It's not just players with amazing names....There's the teams as well such as Botswana Meat Commission .
  5. SUICIDE SQUAD wasn't nearly as bad as some people led me to believe. My only real gripes were that they came off more dysfunctional than as actual bad guys, Slipknot even being in the movie was a total waste, and the Joker's portrayal stunk on ice. (How he looked and behaved. Its on the writers and makeup artists, not Jared Leto) If there's a sequel and the Joker is in it, I hope Harley is trying to kill him, not kiss him. I'd rather watch SUICIDE SQUAD 5 more times than ever watch SUPERMAN VS. BATMAN again.
  6. Personally, I'm waiting for them to infiltrate the U.S. Postal Service. Sadly, it won't include a crossover with the Hallmark Channel's Signed, Sealed, Delivered movies. (Yes, I admit I watch those. Shut up.)
  7. Finally got around to this year's Sherlock. Spoilers for all...
  8. Today
  9. FEED THE YAK!
  10. Two nominations for Kubo. I'm happy now, right up until it gets beaten by Moana
  11. Such a great name. There is a Zimbabwean played called Limited Chikafa He even had a teammate called Danger Fourpence.
  12. Whether he wins the oscar or not, I am happy that Ryan Gosling got the nomination. I've been a massive fan of the guy for years now, he consistently puts out good performances whether it's action, comedy, or drama films.
  13. Did it not also give us Tokyo Sexwale? I wish he had become FIFA president. *SEXWALE SCANDAL ENGULFS FIFA* "Bloody SeaWorld, they ruin everything".
  14. Only real "man, really?" I have is Amy Adams not getting nominated for Arrival. I feel like a lot of of that movie works in part because she's so good as the lead. You could easily jettison Meryl Streep (even though there is a moment in Florence Foster Jenkins where I got choked up entirely because of Streep delivering a line real well). Still, the actress who would have actually been on the bubble is Ruth Negga, and I'm pretty delighted that she got in. Best Actress was the toughest field this year by far, I think you could probably put together a secondary five nominees there that would have been as good as some years' first five. I really hope the bloom comes off the La La Land rose, though. It's a good film but Moonlight is a lot better. So is Hell or High Water, but the victory there was just that getting nominated. I'd also say that Jackie has a better score than La La Land does, though obviously that's not gonna actually happen. Best Original Song field is alright but I would have loved to see something from Sing Street get in.
  15. FLACCO'S FINALLY GOING TO A PRO BOWL
  16. This is a continent that has blessed us with the name Goodluck Jonathan. And he was a Nigerian president. Truly. Africa just knows how to give someone a name.
  17. Its too bad that Charlie Whitehurst is currently a free agent, because that spot should belong to Clipboard Jesus.
  18. Oscar nominations are out: Best Picture La La LandArrivalHidden FiguresFencesMoonlightLionManchester By The SeaHacksaw RidgeHell Or High Water Best Actress Emma Stone, La La Land Isabelle Huppert, Elle Ruth Negga, Loving Natalie Portman, Jackie Meryl Streep, Florence Foster Jenkins Best Actor Ryan Gosling, La La Land Casey Affleck, Manchester By The Sea Andrew Garfield, Hacksaw Ridge Viggo Mortensen, Captain Fantastic Denzel Washington, Fences Best Supporting Actress Viola Davis, Fences Naomie Harris, Moonlight Nicole Kidman, Lion Octavia Spencer, Hidden Figures Michelle Williams, Manchester By The Sea Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali, Moonlight Jeff Bridges, Hell Or High Water Lucas Hedges, Manchester By The Sea Dev Patel, Lion Michael Shannon, Nocturnal Animals Best Director Denis Villeneuve, Arrival Mel Gibson, Hacksaw Ridge Damien Chazelle, La La Land Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester By The Sea Barry Jenkins, Moonlight Best Adapted Screenplay Eric Heisserer, Arrival August Wilson, Fences Allison Schreoder and Theodore Melfi, Hidden Figures Luke Davies, Lion Barry Jenkins and Tyrell Alvin McCreaney, Moonlight Best Original Screenplay Taylor Sheridan, Hell Or High Water Damien Chazelle, La La Land Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthimis Filippou, The Lobster Kenneth Lonergan, Manchester By The Sea Mike Mills, 20th Century Women Best Foreign Language Film Land Of Mine (Denmark)A Man Called Ove (Sweden)The Salesman (Iran)Tanna (Australia)Toni Erdmann (Germany) Best Production Design ArrivalFantastic BeastsHail, Caesar!La La LandPassengers Best Visual Effects Deep Water HorizonDoctor StrangeJungle BookKubo And The Two StringsRogue One: A Star Wars Story Best Editing ArrivalHacksaw RidgeHell Or High WaterLa La LandMoonlight Best Cinematography Bradford Young, Arrival Linus Sandgren, La La Land Greig Frasier, Lion James Laxton, Moonlight Rodrigo Prieto, Silence Best Animated Feature Kubo And The Two StringsMoanaMy Life As A ZucchiniThe Red TurtleZootopia Best Documentary Feature Fire At SeaI Am Not Your NegroLife, AnimatedO.J.: Made In America13TH Best Costume Design AlliedFantastic Beasts And Where To Find ThemFlorence Foster JenkinsJackieLa La Land Best Makeup And Hairstyling A Man Called OveStar Trek BeyondSuicide Squad Best Original Score Mica Levi, Jackie Justin Hurwitz, La La Land Dustin O’Halloran and Hauschka, Lion Nicholas Britell, Moonlight Thomas Newman, Passengers Best Original Song “Audition (The Fools Who Dream),” La La Land “Can’t Stop The Feeling,” Trolls “City Of Stars,” La La Land “The Empty Chair,” Jim: The James Foley Story “How Far I’ll Go,” Moana Best Sound Editing ArrivalDeep Water HorizonHacksaw RidgeSullyLa La Land Best Sound Mixing ArrivalHacksaw RidgeLa La LandRogue One: A Star Wars Story13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi Best Animated Short Film Blind VayshaBorrowed TimePear Cider And CigarettesPearlPiper Best Documentary Short Subject Extremis4.1 MilesJoe’s ViolinWatani: My HomelandThe White Helmets Best Live Action Short Film Ennemis IntérieursLa Femme et le TGVSilent NightsSingTimecode Kind of sad there was no acting nomination for 20th Century Women, I really hope I don't forget to watch that. I can at least tick The Girl on the Train off my list, though! Right now, though, I just want Moana to win best Animated Feature and the Salesman to win best Foreign Language Film.
  19. LATEST NEWS: Columbus Crew SC announced on Jan. 24 that they have signed Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Abu, who most recently played for Norwegian side Stromsgodset IF. On Jan. 23, second-division Spain side C.D. Numancia announced that Peruvian center back Alex Callens had rescinded his contract and was en route to play in the United States. The New York Red Bulls announced on Jan. 23 the signings of GK Evan Louro as a Homegrown player, and M Dan Metzger to an MLS deal. Jonathan Walsh relays a report from Bild on Jan. 23 that St. Pauli F/W Fafa Picault is a player of interest for several MLS clubs this offseason, and that the Philadelphia Union "lead that race," according to the player's agent. Picault has one cap with the US national team, from 2016. Massive Report reported on Jan. 23 that Columbus Crew SC will sign Ghanaian M Mohammad Abu from Stromgodset. The Vancouver Whitecaps announced on Jan. 23 the addition of Peruvian M/F Yordy Reyna on a two-year contract with options for the following two seasons. Reyna signs from Red Bull Salzburg and is a TAM signing. The Portland Timbers announced three moves on Jan. 23: the re-signing of M/D Amobi Okugo, the signing of MLS free agent D Chance Myers, and the early return of F Dairon Asprilla from his loan at Colombian side Millionarios. Minnesota United announced the signings of M Ibson and D Brent Kallman on Jan. 23. Both players featured for the Loons in their NASL days. D.C. United announced the signing of Wake Forest M Ian Harkes, son of D.C. legend John Harkes, to a Homegrown deal on Jan. 23. The Colorado Rapids signed veteran free-agent F Alan Gordon to a one-year deal on Jan. 23. Nick Sabetti‏@nicksabetti 27m27 minutes ago German sources: Orlando had agreed to terms with Swiss int. Johan Djourou but couldn't find a solution with Hamburg for January signing #MLS
  20. Dodgers wanted Dozier, but Forsythe is not a bad silver medal. When he's healthy he's very productive.
  21. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't likely to tune in for the skills challenge on Thursday night. Absolutely loved that part of the old Pro Bowl weekend and it's the best part of NHL All Star weekend as well. The game itself can sod off, though. This paragraph from the official NFL.com article about the skills challenge did make me chuckle, though.
  22. I'm sure the Texans will be trying to this offseason.
  23. They need to get rid of the damn thing. It's a joke and a waste of time.
  24. Sadly, yes.
  25. Officially broke into the Elite tier and got Nakamura as my freebie. Don't mind that one bit. Going to grind a lot because in 400 matches now I'll get a ladder reward EL diva too!
  26. Might as well give it to Osweiler, it will go nicely with the contract he doesn't deserve.
  27. In "lol Pro Bowl" news, the AFC needed to replace all three QBs voted to the team (Carr and Roethlisberger due to injury, Brady due to the Super Bowl). Alex Smith and Andy Dalton were added to the team. Mariota and Tannehill were immediate cross offs due to late season injuries. Luck just had surgery. Tyrod Taylor and Trevor Siemian both declined, opting instead to get surgeries of their own. The AFC is still searching to fill that last spot and they're down to their 11th string choice. lol Pro Bowl
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