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[Mod Informed] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

2020.10.21 12:28 M2MResearch [Mod Informed] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of ApprovalPrincipal Investigator: Ilya Parkins Institution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Science BREB Number: H20-02476 Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael Woodworth Project Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19. Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.10.17 07:24 M2MResearch [Mod Approved] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of Approval Principal Investigator: Ilya Parkins Institution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Science BREB Number: H20-02476 Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael Woodworth Project Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19. Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.10.17 07:24 M2MResearch [Mod Approved] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of Approval Principal Investigator: Ilya Parkins Institution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Science BREB Number: H20-02476 Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael Woodworth Project Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19. Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.10.09 08:50 M2MResearch [Mod Informed] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of ApprovalPrincipal Investigator: Ilya Parkins Institution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Science BREB Number: H20-02476 Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael Woodworth Project Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19. Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.10.08 05:05 M2MResearch [Academic] Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19 (Canada, 19+, Men-who-have-sex-with-men, Of Taiwanese/Hong Kong/Southeast Asian heritage)

Link to Consent Form: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21
Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of ApprovalPrincipal Investigator: Ilya ParkinsInstitution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social ScienceBREB Number: H20-02476Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael WoodworthProject Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19.Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.10.08 02:54 M2MResearch [Mod Informed] Participant Recruitment: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19

Hello! I am a student researcher at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). My team is conducting a study titled “Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19”. Our study looks into the experiences of subgroups of the Asian community that are often missed out in Asian community research in Canada. We would like to find out whether coming from these ethnic communities would create a different experience for our participants during CoVid-19. We are also interested to learn if these experiences differ when participants belong to a minority sexual orientation.
You may participate in our study if you identify with either Hong Kong, Taiwan, or Southeast Asia as your heritage culture. Southeast Asian countries include Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Brunei and/or Timor-Leste. Participants identifying as e.g., Singaporean/Malaysian/Indonesian Chinese/Indians may also participate. We welcome temporary residents (e.g., international students), immigrants and first/second/third/later- generation Canadians who identify with these heritage cultures to join our study. Participants must be at least aged 19. You must also identify as being a man-who-has-sex-with-men (MSM) to join our study. You must have been in Canada for at least 2 years. You must be able to read and speak in English.
We will be interviewing participants on their experiences as Asian MSM. We will ask questions about their experiences before and after CoVid-19 began. We will be interviewing over audio call on Skype for Business between September 2020 and March 2021. We have chosen this software as it is hosted on UBC servers, hence maximizing confidentiality. The interview will be recorded on QuickTime. Some of the questions may result in unpleasant memories, especially when they relate to CoVid-19. If you prefer not to discuss your experiences with CoVid, you may not want to take part in our study. If you do want to take part, you can request to take a break, skip any questions or end the study at any point in time. The interviews will take about 2 hours in total.
We are unfortunately unable to provide any remuneration for participating in our study. Should you be interested, please do not post comments on our post. Instead, please click on the following link: https://ubc.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0AItWBRmUD3RQ21. While Skype for Business is already a secure software, we would like to invite you to use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when accessing our link to further guarantee confidentiality. There are VPN options available online that are either free (e.g., TunnelBear) or that you may consider purchasing (e.g., NordVPN, ExpressVPN, or Cisco AnyConnect Secure). In the Qualtrics form, indicate your preferred name/pseudonym and your contact details. You may use a non-identifiable email address when providing us with your email address or when contacting us.
Thank you!
Certificate of ApprovalPrincipal Investigator: Ilya Parkins Institution/Department: UBCO/UBCO Irving K. Barber Faculty of Arts and Social Science BREB Number: H20-02476 Co-Investigators: Shao Yuan Chong, Michael Woodworth Project Title: Exploring the experiences of invisible Asian MSM communities during CoVid-19. Certificate Expiry Date: September 21, 2021
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2020.09.11 10:46 RebornInLife Prophecies of Edgar Cayce

Prophecies of Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce (/ˈkeɪsiː/; March 18, 1877 – January 3, 1945) was an American clairvoyant who claimed to channel a "Source" to answer questions on subjects as varied as healing, reincarnation, dreams, the afterlife, past-life, nutrition, Atlantis, and future events while in a self-induced sleep state. Cayce proposed that his subconscious mind would explore the dream realm where all subconscious minds are timelessly connected. Cayce founded a nonprofit organization, the Association for Research and Enlightenment, to store and facilitate the study of the Cayce material. A biographer gave him the nickname The Sleeping Prophet.
Until September 1923, his readings were not systematically recorded or preserved. However, an article published in the Birmingham Post-Herald on October 10, 1922, quotes Cayce as saying that he had given 8,056 readings as of that date and it is known that he gave approximately 13,000–14,000 readings after that date. A total of 14,306 are available at the A.R.E. Cayce headquarters in Virginia Beach and on an online, member-only section along with background information, correspondence, and follow-up documentation.
Other abilities that have been attributed to Cayce include astral projection, prophesying, mediumship, viewing the Akashic records or "Book of Life", and seeing auras. Cayce said he became interested in learning more about these subjects after he was informed about the content of his readings, which he reported that he never actually heard himself.
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Supporters
Cayce's clients included a number of famous people such as Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Edison, Irving Berlin, and George Gershwin.
Gina Cerminara published books such as Many Mansions and The World Within. Brian Weiss published a bestseller regarding clinical recollection of past lives, Many Lives, Many Masters. These books provide broad support for spiritualism and reincarnation. Many Mansions elaborates on Cayce's work and supports his stated abilities with real life examples.
In 1971 Edgar Cayce's sons Edgar Evans Cayce and Hugh Lynn Cayce published a book titled The Outer Limits of Edgar Cayce's Power,[70] claiming Cayce's readings had an approximate 85% success rate. The majority of the book investigated cases where Cayce's readings were demonstrably incorrect.

Will our lifespan, as human beings, be extended?
We know that humans are now living longer than at the time of Edgar Cayce, but his readings seem to indicate that a healthy human lifespan would extend years beyond that which we are currently living.
“Now, we find there are many changes in the body since we have had this – many for good. Many of the organs and the conditions show the changes as come about by the natural, or so called natural conditions in changes as the body succumbs to the effects of age or usage in the system. Much of this may be overcome. (Man should live much longer than has been ordinarily given – and will!)” -- Edgar Cayce reading 244-2
Will we discover the design for a self-fueling perpetual-motion machine?
Perhaps with the current focus on renewable resources and energy conservation, we will see this next prophecy come to pass in our lifetimes.
“You will have before you the gasless motor invented by [4666].“Edgar Cayce: Yes, we have the body and enquiring mind of [4666], also the associations and those conditions surrounding the perfection of motor which will develop power in its own action. As has been given, the idea and the plans as have been worked out in part along those lines that pull more of the power as produced in compression in drum, with the leads made in these forms that gather vibrations from the air as is forced through drum, are, as we find, the better application of the created energy. In the cams [as] have been used too much slack or play is allowed in their rotation. This is in the drum’s head action that these must be shortened in play.“The connection of [195] and [900] with same – best that these have [4666]’s operations closer under their observations when the completed product is near attained.“(Q) How may we bring him under our observation? (A) Bring him to … Ohio or N.Y.“(Q) Is this machine the same as brought to Washington now by Lindbergh? [Charles A. Lindbergh] (A) No. As is here, the [4666] machine would operate on stationary conditions impelling forces; even for now that in gas motors – for, as tested by others, has more to do with that thrown in air and gaining its impelling force from that source. (Q) Would it operate perpetually if perfected? (A) Not perpetually, but once started could be kept in motion by created energy of its own source. Other has to have some source of impellation.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 4665-1
Conflict in the Persian Gulf
“…As is understood by many, in the earth manifestation and the cycle of time much repeats itself …There are still influences indicated in the lives of groups banded as nations, banded as peoples, still influenced by those happenings.What then, ye ask, is the influence that makes for this great change that may be expected?The powers of light and darkness, as then, as sixteen hundred (1600) years before. As in those periods, so today – we find nation against nation; the powers of death, destruction, the wrecking of that which has been and is held near and dear to the hearts of those who have through one form or another set ideals.These are not to be questioned, in that as may be a helpful force; but what is coming to pass? And how may ye as individuals help? …Strifes will arise through the period. Watch for them near Davis Strait in the attempts there for the keeping of the life line to a land open. Watch for them in Libya and in Egypt, in Ankara and in Syria, through the straits about those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 3976-26
Is a New “Root Race” Evolving?
The Edgar Cayce information suggests that humanity’s consciousness has evolved and expanded over time. Cayce stated that this expansion of consciousness could be viewed throughout the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. From the readings perspective the next great evolution would be tied to the development of what Cayce termed “the fifth root race.” An evolutionary occurrence that would mark a New Age and a new understanding of humanity’s relationship to God:
When a 52-year-old construction engineer asked about this expanding consciousness in 1942, Cayce commented that each individual had to essentially work with personal soul development in order to resonate to that new consciousness: “You expect a new root race. What are you doing to prepare for it? You must prepare food for their bodies as well as their minds and their spiritual development!” -- Edgar Cayce reading 470-35Ten years earlier, during a reading on the Great Pyramid in Egypt, Cayce suggested that an ancient “Hall of Records” would be discovered at a time signifying the manifestation of this new level of consciousness. -- Edgar Cayce reading 5748-6
Will the Three Halls of Records Be Discovered?
According to the readings, the people of Atlantis became aware of the fact that their civilization was about to be destroyed. As a result, they hid identical records of the Atlantean civilization in Bimini, in Egypt and in the Yucatan. Numerous readings contend that this Hall of Records will be discovered, including:
(Q) Give in detail what the sealed room contains(A) A record of Atlantis from the beginnings of those periods when the Spirit took form or began the encasements in that land, and the developments of the peoples throughout their sojourn, with the record of the first destruction and the changes that took place in the land...This in position lies, as the sun rises from the waters, the line of the shadow (or light) falls between the paws of the Sphinx, that was later set as the sentinel or guard, and which may not be entered from the connecting chambers from the Sphinx's paw (right paw) until the TIME has been fulfilled when the changes must be active in this sphere of man's experience.Between, then, the Sphinx and the river.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 378-16(Q) In which pyramid or temple are the records mentioned in the readings given through this channel on Atlantis, in April, 1932?(A) As given, that temple was destroyed at the time there was the last destruction in Atlantis.Yet, as time draws nigh when changes are to come about, there may be the opening of those three places where the records are one, to those that are the initiates in the knowledge of the One God:The temple by Iltar will then rise again. Also there will be the opening of the temple or hall of records in Egypt, and those records that were put into the heart of the Atlantean land may also be found there - that have been kept, for those that are of that group.The RECORDS are ONE. -- Edgar Cayce reading 5750-1
What is the shape of the world to come?
Decades before the rest of the world was thinking about the enormous impact that China would have upon the global stage, Edgar Cayce predicted great things for China and its people. On one occasion, Cayce told a group of people that eventually China would become “the cradle of Christianity, as applied in the lives of men.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 3976-29
This suggests the personal application of spiritual principles would become paramount to the Chinese people. Cayce then went on to caution that it would take a long time to manifest but that it was the country’s destiny: “Yea, it is far off as man counts time, but only a day in the heart of God – for tomorrow China will awake.”
On another occasion, when a thirty-six-year-old book publisher asked about the destiny of China in 1943, just prior to his own trip to the country to serve in the capacity of a missionary, Cayce promised amazing changes in the country that would lead to more democracy and greater religious freedom. He also suggested that eventually the height of civilization would move from the West to the Chinese people: “And these will progress. For, civilization moves west.” -- Edgar Cayce reading 2834-3
Will There Be a Second Coming?
The Cayce readings had much to say about the life of Jesus—covering the “lost” years that were never addressed in the Bible. But Cayce also spoke of Jesus’ return and here is an excerpt on that subject:
“What is meant by “the day of the Lord is near at hand”? (A) That as has been promised through the prophets and the sages of old, the time – and half time – has been and is being fulfilled in this day and generation, and that soon there will again appear in the earth that one through whom many will be called to meet those that are preparing the way for His day in the earth. The Lord, then, will come, ‘even as ye have seen him go.’” -- Edgar Cayce reading 262-49

Prophecies and predictions of Edgar Cayce. Cayce foresaw world events that can only be described as apocalyptic, a period of purification involving natural disasters that will dramatically alter the surface of the Earth, wars, economic collapse, and socio-political unrest. Cayce said that these future events could be averted if humanity changed its behavior. Cayce would repeatedly say that even the Lord of Lords could not accurately predict future events because human free will can alter and change the future. Cayce is referring to the Biblical account when Jesus is asked when he would return. His reply was: “No one knows about that day or hour, not even the angels in heaven, nor the Son, but only the Father”. (Matt. 24:36)

THE YEAR THE BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON WILL OCCUR IN THE SPIRIT REALM
Cayce predicted that the so-called “Battle of Armageddon” described symbolically in the Bible would begin in 1999. Cayce foresaw that this “battle” will not be a war fought on Earth. Rather, it will be a spiritual struggle between the “higher forces of light” and “lower forces of darkness” for 1000 years of Earth time. The reason for this struggle is to prevent souls from lower afterlife realms from reincarnating to Earth. By preventing souls from the lower afterlife realms from reincarnating to Earth, only enlightened souls will be permitted to reincarnate. The result will be 1000 years of building a world of peace and enlightenment. After 1000 years, souls from lower afterlife realms will be permitted once again to reincarnate to Earth. By this time, the so-called “kingdom of heaven” will have been established on Earth.

THERE IS A POSSIBILITY OF A WORLD WAR III
Cayce foresaw the possibility of a third world war. He spoke of strife arising near the Davis Straits, and in Libya, and in Egypt, in Ankara, and in Syria; through the straits around those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf. Given the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the tensions in Iran, Turkey/Syria and the Middle East right now, such a war could certainly be a possibility. Since the Middle East unrest and the war against Libya this prophecy stands in the picture, this is the proof that Edgar Cayce really had a vision about this third world war, but it can still be stopped ! Like all prophets say : The future can always be changed by humanity, God gave them a free will !!!

THE YEAR OF THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST
Edgar Cayce often maintained that humanity would soon experience a “day of reckoning.” He predicted the year of the second coming of Jesus to be 1998. Critics who are not very familiar with the Cayce material have pointed out that 1998 has come and gone and the second coming has not occurred. Such critics wrongly expect the second coming to happen when Jesus appears in the sky with a chorus of angels while Gabriel blows a horn and dead bodies crawl out of their graves.

This idea of the resurrection was the result of a misunderstanding of the concept of reincarnation – the ancient concept of birth and rebirth. A new field of science will be developed based on a psychic/spiritual phenomenon Cayce predicted in September, 1939, that when there is the same interest or study given to things or phases of mental and spiritual phenomena as has been and is given to the materialized or material phenomena, then it will become just as practical, as measurable, as meter-able, as any other phase of human experience. Cayce did not specify a time frame, he specified a condition, placing as much research emphasis on the spiritual/occult phenomena as material causation. It would be nice to think that Cayce was referring to near-death research which would fit the description of the science he is referring to. Until we know more in the future, we will have to assume that this prediction is still pending.

A NEW DISCOVERY IN ASTRONOMY WILL OCCUR
Cayce provided a major clue that astronomers have not yet taken up: the discovery of the revolution of the solar system around a star system composed of Arcturus and the Pleiades. Major archeological discoveries concerning human origins will be found. Cayce predicted that there will be three profound archeological discoveries of a very ancient and important nature that will revolutionalize the way we understand human origins, cosmology and religion. Cayce stated that this will occur when humanity reaches a higher level of spirituality. The three repositories mentioned are in Egypt (near the Great Pyramid), the Bimini area (where the possible portion of Atlantis has already been discovered), and the Yucatan (the location where the asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs).

VOLCANIC ACTIVITY WILL PROCEED MAJOR EARTHQUAKES
If there are greater activities in [the volcanoes] Vesuvius or Pelee, then the southern coast of California and the areas between Salt Lake and the southern portions of Nevada, we may expect, within the three months following same, inundation by the earthquakes. But these are to be more in the Southern than the Northern Hemisphere.

AMERICA’S WEST COAST WILL BE DESTROYED
The widespread destruction in Los Angeles and San Francisco as well as in many portions of the west coast will occur. Earth changes will occur in the central portion of the United States as well. NDE researcher Dr. Ken Ring discovered that many near-death accounts he was studying foretell future Earth changes such as earthquakes, volcanoes, a pole shift, strange weather patterns, droughts, pandemics, famines, tidal waves and a new social order followed by a golden age. These NDE visions of the future agree completely with the Cayce predictions described below.

THE OCEAN LEVEL WILL RISE SIGNIFICANTLY
With the shifting of the Earth’s magnetic poles that began in 1998 will come a gradual melting of the polar ice caps and eventually cause inundations of many coastal regions resulting in a drop in the landmass of about 30 feet. In 1941, Cayce elaborated on this effect: “As to conditions in the geography of the world, of the country — changes here are gradually coming about … For, many portions of the east coast will be disturbed, as well as many portions of the west coast, as well as the central portion of the U.S. In the next few years land will appear in the Atlantic as well as in the Pacific. And what is the coast line now of many a land will be the bed of the ocean. Even many battle fields of the present will be ocean, will be the seas, the bays, the lands over which The New World Order will carry on their trade as one with another.

Edgar Cayce predicted that dramatic physical changes would affect the Earth in the years 1958-1998 and would begin with the eruption of Mt. Etna.
The Great Lakes would empty into the Gulf of Mexico linked with a time when ancient repositories would be discovered as people reached the appropriate level of consciousness. The three repositories mentioned are Egypt, the Bimini area, and the Yucatan.
After activities by Mt. Vesuvius, Mt. Pelee, the southern coast of California, the areas between Great Salt Lake and the southern portions of Nevada, we may expect, within the three months following, inundation by earthquakes, more in the Southern than the Northern Hemisphere. Portions of the New York, or New York City itself, will disappear as well as the southern portions of Carolina, Georgia.
Land will appear in the Atlantic and Pacific. Rise of Atlantis. And what is the coast line now of many a land will be the bed of the ocean. Even many battle fields of the present will be oceans, seas,the bays, the lands over which 'The New World Order' will carry on their trade as one with another.
The waters of the lakes will empty into the Gulf. It would be well if the waterway were prepared, but not for that purpose for which it is at present being considered. Then the area where I am now located (Virginia Beach) will be among the safety lands, as will be portions of what is now Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, and much of the southern portion of Canada and the eastern portion of Canada, while the western land -- much of that is to be disturbed as, of course much in other lands.
The greater portion of Japan must go into the sea.
The upper portion of Europe will be changed as in the twinkling of an eye.
When there is the first breaking up of some conditions in the South Sea and those as apparent in the sinking or rising of that that's almost opposite same, or in the Mediterranean, and the Etna area, then we many know it has begun.
There will be the upheavals in the Arctic and in the Antarctic that will make for the eruption of volcanoes in the torrid areas, and there will be the shifting then of the poles - where there has been those of a frigid or the semi-tropical will become the more tropical, and moss and fern will grow.
Strifes will arise through the period. Watch for them near the Davis Strait [between Greenland and Canada] in the attempts there for the keeping of the life line to land open. Watch for them in Libya and in Egypt, in Ankara and in Syria, through the straits about those areas above Australia, in the Indian Ocean and the Persian Gulf.
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2020.08.24 02:26 DealsCanada [Royale] Buy $20+ of any ROYALE products and receive a $5 ROYALE Coupon + $5 will be donated to an animal shelter

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2020.07.07 21:53 kitachi3 Translation of Prezbo's email

Hi team,
Times are tough--let's make the most of it.
Academic Life
We'll have a three-term cycle. Check out the academic calendar for more details about the timing; we'll accommodate summer internships by splitting the summer semester in half. Commencement is at the end of the spring term as usual.
Courses will almost all have an online option this fall and we intend to have face-to-face classes ASAP.
Faculty can choose how to best run their individual classes and are undergoing training about how to run virtual classes.
To stay up to date, check out the COVID-19 Resource Guide website.
Undergraduate Residential Life
We can only accommodate 60% of CC and SEAS due to social distancing rules, but will be able to accommodate the usual amount of GS students in off-campus Columbia housing.
In the fall, freshmen, sophomores, incoming transfer students, and 3-2 Combined Plan students will be on campus. Students will extenuating circumstances can apply to live on campus as well. If there is extra space after accommodating these students, other students can apply to live on campus in the fall.
After Thanksgiving break, students will leave campus and finish the semester remotely.
Juniors and seniors will be on campus in the spring.
Campus Life
Everyone must wear masks unless they are by themselves in a room with the door closed. Physical distancing will be enforced on campus. Students will need to be tested for COVID-19 when they arrive and perform symptom self-checks frequently.
Y'all need to sign a compact about COVID-19 precautions.
All of this depends on New York moving to Phase 4 of their reopening plan as expected. If there is a change, new plans will have to be made.
Columbia Global Centers will be adapted and new Pop-Up Global Centers will be created to give international students in-person academic and peer engagement.
CC has partnered with Columbia Global Centers and Columbia World Projects to launch the Global Columbia Collaboratory, an academic experience designed to educate students about COVID-19 and its consequences.
GS is working with Mailman and the School of Social Work to create educational opportunities regarding justice and pandemic preparedness.
Engineering's Columbia Design Challenges will help students understand how engineering, applied science, and other disciplines can tackle issues such as climate change, social distancing, and pandemics.
There are counselors and specialists for students at the Columbia Morningside and Columbia University Irving Medical Center campuses, while there are resources for faculty at the Employee Assistance Program. Religious Life also offers pastoral counseling.
Tune in next episode for more! I'll send updates as necessary.
Cheers,
Prezbo
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2020.06.16 23:25 Valincity Verizon Analysis

Hey everyone! I have been a lurker of the sub for a while. I just graduated (3 days ago from writing this post) from university with a degree in finance and I focused on classes where we analyzing companies as I find it very intriguing and I have actually found fun. This last quarter I took an equity analysis class and was pretty limited in what I was allowed to analyze, no FI's, or any equity analyzed in the last 4 years by another student. I ended up choosing Verizon as I thought it would be a start on learning and practicing. Here is my analysis and my hope is if any professionals out there would be willing to go through and give their input, advice, and be a critic on how to improve on my future analysis.
Some formatting may look funky as this was originally in a word doc that didn't exactly transfer over well.
Also I was forced to delete some tables and graphs due to the 20 picture upload limit, specifically I deleted MV of Debt calculations, some tables in the appendix representing WACC and cost of Equity, industry average statistics, which can be googled, my calculation of FCFE, as well as a few other minor tables, if the text refers to a table that isn't there that would be why, and I can provide to anyone upon request.
Thanks to anyone taking the time. I greatly appreciate it.

Student Research Telecommunication
Verizon
6/16/2020
Ticker: VZ
Recommendation: HOLD
Price: $56.92 Price Target: $64.42
Highlights
· In the beginning of a 5g upgrade cycle, a significant opportunity to be a growth driver in the North American wireless market for Verizon.
· Verizon’s profit margin is at 14.61%, double compared to their competitors
· Stock market fluctuations low relative to the general market, a beta of .7, and a safe industry that many consumers deem as essential, relatively “recession proof”
· A dividend yield of 4.5%
Investment Summary
Dividend Growth: The company is in its mature stage cycle with an established industry and market presence. Verizon has stable revenues with limited opportunity for growth outside of an acquisition of a smaller mobile carrier. This allows us to value Verizon mostly from its’ dividend growth. Historically, Verizon has a growth rate of 2.6% in the last 10 years, in the last 5, they have a historical growth rate of 5%. A growth rate of 3.5% is estimated to be Verizon’s growth rate moving forward. Fortunately, the industry business model allows for constant cash flow and sustainability in the mature stage cycle.
Expansion: 5g is the one of the few areas for growth still available to Verizon, 5g refers to the next generation in wireless data transfer technology. This new technology will increase data transfer rates by up to 100-fold. The last technological advancement with 4g impacted Verizon by increasing revenues by up to 5% one year and averaged revenue growth 4.3% annually for 4 years. This effectively doubled Verizon’s revenue growth average of 2.3% annually. Outside of 5g Verizon still has expansion options including expanding its wired FIOS network, and its online presence under Verizon Media Group.
Stability: Verizon is a stable cash flow company with an adjusted beta of .7. This illustrates the safety of the company’s stock. Verizon has little room for growth in the saturated wireless telecom market, meaning Verizon’s stock price is not likely to explode in value in the future. However, historically Verizon’s stock price does not fall substantially relative to the general market when macroeconomic forces cause the market to fall. Verizon is not currently competing with other equities as it is with safe debt in our current economic environment. This is because of the current interest rate environment on the U.S. 10-year being less than 1%. This causes investors to look for other high-quality investment alternatives that deliver better yield. Verizon satisfies this type of investor with a yield of over 4% as well as providing market exposure from the general market.
Execution: The biggest potential obstacle currently facing Verizon is their execution of rolling out 5g technology. Any hinderance can result in missed revenue, with next year’s iPhone coming out with 5g capable technology, which the iPhone has over 50% market share alone in the smartphone market, could cause many customers to switch to a competitor if Verizon cannot meet demand by that point. Let alone the other half of the market, largely denominated in various android devices, already has 5g capable technology. Should Verizon miss the mark, it could potentially hurt the company for years. However, according to Verizon’s CTO, as of the end of May, they are ahead of schedule deploying 5g. Verizon has a history and reputation of being on top of deploying new technology quickly, while being ahead of schedule, it is plausible to see many customers switch over to Verizon to take advantage of their 5g if Verizon’s competitors can’t meet the 5g demand. Verizon management needs to be able to take advantage of this new technology by charging higher prices to their mobile customers. Any lack in the execution could result in bad revenues and earnings.
Business Description
Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) is the parent company to Verizon Consumer Group and Verizon Business Group. Verizon provides services such as communications, entertainment, and information to consumer, business, and governmental customers. Employing 135,000 people, 96% are located in the U.S. and over 2,300 retail stores open, and headquartered in New York, NY. In 1877 the bell system was created in the name of Alexander Graham Bell, over time the company slowly expanded across the U.S. and Canada over the next 100 years. Over the years the system evolved to AT&T controlling a bunch of regional company’s providing land line service. In 1982 the U.S. government broke up the monopoly AT&T had into the regional companies, this plan was originally proposed by AT&T. This event was known as the breakup of the bell system and the companies post breakup were known as the “baby bells”. Two of the companies as a result of this breakup were Bell Atlantic Corp. and GTE Corp. Verizon was formed in June 2000 with the merger of Bell Atlantic Corp. based in New York city and GTE Corp. based in Irving Texas. Both firms were some of the largest in the industry, and both were heavily focused on the eastern side of the U.S.
Table 1 below shows Verizon’s consolidated revenues for the years 2019 and 2018. Revenues are broken down into their three subsidiaries of Verizon Consumer, Verizon Business and Verizon Corporate. Eliminations refers to the exchange of cash between these segments as it is not new revenue. Below explains each segment and where each segment gets their revenue broken into a percentage.
Table 1

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Verizon Consumer Group offers wireless and wireline communications, branded the most extensive wireless network in the U.S., North America is where over 95% of their revenue comes from geographically, the other 5% comes from overseas in Japan, Central America, and selective parts of Europe. Wireline is provided in North Eastern and Mid-Atlantic U.S. over fiber-optic lines through their Fios brand, or wireless services provided nationwide on hotspot devices or mobile phones. Both wireline and wireless can be prepaid or postpaid, the majority are in the postpaid segment, paying monthly for the services. The consumer segment provides data connection to 95 million wireless mobile connections, 6 million broadband connections, and 4 million Fios connections: making up 68.8% of revenues.

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Verizon Business Group provides the same services to corporate and some governmental agencies with additional services such as “video and data services, corporate networking solutions, security and managed network services, local and long distance voice services and network access to deliver various Internet of Things (IoT) services and products including solutions that support fleet tracking management, compliance management, field service management, and asset tracking” according to Verizon’s 2019 annual report. In all, Verizon’s Business Group is in a position to solve more complex problems that may come up at a business compared to their Consumer Group. Verizon Business Group provides 25million wireless connections and 489 thousand broadband connections: making up 23.8% of total revenues.
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Verizon Corporate includes media business, investments in businesses, and financing expenses outside of the regular course of business. The biggest section here is Verizon Media which provides third party entertainment services such as email, news, and streaming services to customers. Verizon Corporate makes up 7.4% of total revenues.

Verizon plans to position themselves into future growth trends such as increased expansion of their wireless network, high-speed fiber, and the new introduction of high-speed 5g connections on mobile devices or in-home. With over 17.9 billion invested for capital expenditures at end of year 2019 for 5g technology release.

Environmental, Social, Governance and Management Quality
Environmental criteria include the company’s impact on the environment such as energy use, waste output, and pollution production. In the last 10 years so called “green bonds” has been discussed more about and demand for them has slowly been rising. These green bonds are any bonds issued by a company, where all the money raised from the bonds goes towards any ESG related goal. Verizon in February 2019 issued their first green bond to the total of $1 billion, this is the first green bond issued in the telecom industry as well. Verizon has stated they are committed to being completely carbon neutral in their operations by 2035; this propagates their current goal to “generate renewable energy equivalent to 50% of our total annual electricity consumption by 2025”. Finally, Verizon has stated that they are committed to setting an annual emissions reduction target by fall 2021.
Social criteria include the relationships the company has with business partners, local communities, employee health and safety, and any other “stakeholder” that the company impacts. Verizon claims to focus on their customers upmost before most other stakeholders, they reinforce this through their actions and from their goal of being the best and most reliable network in the U.S. and serves this goal mainly through delivering high quality services through their wireless segment at a reasonable price. Outside of customers Verizon is aiming to contribute 2.5 million hours of volunteer work through their 135 thousand employees, these hours are aimed to improve “digital inclusion, climate protection, and human prosperity”. In Cleveland, Ohio the company is launching 5g enabled classrooms to deliver instruction in struggling middle schools and aims to expand this effort to 100 middle schools in total by 2021. Additionally, to evaluate the employee side of social criteria using a website called Glassdoor is used. Glassdoor is a website where current or past employees can rate the company anonymously on salary, benefits, satisfaction, outlook of the company, and their experience at the company; however, Glassdoor has been known to be biased at times. Verizon has over 21 thousand reviews on Glassdoor, from this large amount of reviews it can be taken with some accuracy. Considering all 21 thousand reviews they are rated at a 74% satisfaction rating, and 68% approve of the CEO, whereas AT&T has a 68% satisfaction rating and 51% approve of the CEO. At Verizon a controversial subject among employees are work-life balance with a 50% split on it needing some improvement or that it is adequate. Over 8,000 reviews claim that Verizon is a good employer when relating to pay and benefits.
Governance criteria includes how transparent and accurate the financial statements are, avoiding conflicts of interest among the executives and board members, and ensuring the company is not engaging in any illegal activities. As far as engaging in illegal activities Verizon has a good track record and no one suspects any major allegations against Verizon, with Verizon being a U.S. dominant business they mostly just have to obey rules and regulations within the U.S. and not balancing between international laws. Verizon has been clear in all of its financial reporting, obeying all GAAP rules and even going above the mark to provide additional information that is non-GAAP with disclosures. Conflicts of interest among the board members meet all laws and guidelines from the NYSE and NASDAQ. Verizon’s board members also meet the “heightened independence criteria” rules from the NYSE and Nasdaq. Regarding the green bond discussed above, they have and will report on how much of the green bond money has been spent and on what projects the money is going to until the note matures.
Overall Verizon is a quality company with quality management, among the 9 board members currently, 3 are African American, and 2 are woman. The company CEO, Hans Vestberg has been with the company since 2017, and CEO since 2018, a noticeably short amount of time compared to peers at AT&T whose CEO has been with the company since 2007. Verizon’s CFO, Matthew Ellis, has been with Verizon since 2016. Verizon’s management is relatively new and most likely experiencing a learning curve still, but so far, they have made strides in redefining Verizon and shows promise to be a strong team long term. Sustainalytics is an ESG rating company who rates companies on a scale of 0-100, they rate VZ at a score of 20, AT&T with a score of 19, and T-Mobile with a score of 25. This is a low score, however, ESG scores are highly subjective and vary widely among different ESG ratings companies. Verizon does not participate in any of the “high risk” ESG industries such as oil or mining, meaning in the grand scheme of company’s they are a relatively sustainable company. While the company can always do better, they aim to bring diversity to the company and strive for transparency.
Demographic Trends
Companies should be aware of demographics and which ones their customers fall under, this information can provide to a company who their core customer base is, and which segments they can expand into. There are many demographics out there, each with their own preferences, tolerances, and taste. Gender, race, and age are the three big demographics, however, there are many more than those three and each can be combined or divided into bigger or smaller groups. Of particular importance to Verizon is age as there is a dilemma currently with an aging work force and how the transition to retirement will be in our society. Called the “Baby Boomers” they are by far the largest section of our population with the most buying power, many of them are about to enter retirement age. Many of these baby boomers are going to start to wind down their portfolios they’ve built up over the course of their lives. Over the next 50 years this population will naturally fade out and their immense buying power will switch to the younger generations. Currently the buying power of generations, while different studies vary on exact numbers, annual spending roughly comes down to about $550 billion for baby boomers, $350 billion for Gen X, $320 billion for Millennials, and $160 billion for the silent generation. The youngest generation, Gen Z, has little to no buying power of their own, however, their parents buy much of what they want with over 93% of households say that they influence purchasing decisions. Gen Z buying power will increase substantially in the future as they enter adulthood. Younger generations have been becoming more acclimated with technology as it has become more readily available and introduced at a younger age. Younger people (under 25) tend to use social media much more than older generations, most of these social media apps can only be accessed through mobile devices. As we observe these younger generations using technology more and becoming more affluent in them, we can assume that these kids will be more accepting of smartphones and other technologies; possible making these devices “essential”.
By looking at Verizon’s customers we can predict where much of their revenue in the future will be coming from. Verizon’s customers, broken down by age, are as follows: 24.3% of customers in the 18-29 range, 26.1% in the 30-49 range, and 31.58% in the 50-64 range. Totaling our age groups, this accounts for about 82% of Verizon’s customers, the other 18% comes from the ages on the tail end of either side, so the under 18 or 65+ and the corporate customers who are unaffected by these aging demographic trends, there is not any percentage breakdown for these groups. As the 50-64 age group enters retirement they will want to stay in touch with relatives and try to keep busy, a phone is a good way to do this and it can be reasonably predicted that this age group will rise as the Baby Boomers enter retirement. Although this will most likely saturate the market completely and leave no more room for growth for Verizon in the U.S. market, aside from stealing customers from other providers. This effect will most likely be in the next 20-30 years, but at the 50-year time horizon this generation will have dwindled and the largest age of customers will shift to a younger age group.
“Younger people are getting phones”, says the CFO of Verizon at a Morgan Stanley investor meeting. At a younger age many kids are getting cell phones, this ingrains cellphones into kids’ heads and makes it an essential item. Under 18, the generation titled “Gen Z” (born after 1997) is now the largest population in the U.S. with over 90 million, larger than the millennial and Baby Boomer population. Who this generation chooses to have as their cellphone provider will likely depend on who their parents used, or other factors such as environmental sustainable governance ratings which seems to be a top factor within this age group. With this information we can assume that the under 18, and 18-29 age group will increase as young people get more phones due to an increase in population in this age group and the increasing likelihood that this group will obtain phones at a younger age.
The Pew Research Center conducted a study in February 2019, they found that 96% of people in the U.S. have smart phones and that ethnicities, genders, education, and age seem to have smartphones at about the same levels; in the 91%-100% range. There is likely little market share to be gained by looking at demographic's trends over time other than the extremes of age, as the under 18-year-old are at 92%, and over 65 at 91%.
Currently with the Covid-19 virus shutting down the economy it can be safely predicted that Verizon will have a reduced earnings report through either Verizon delaying payments customers need to make to the company or writing off losses. Although many people see phones as a form of entertainment and people are craving entertainment now more than ever. As for long lasting effects coming about from the change of Covid-19, there may be a few that affect Verizon that are yet to be known.
Industry Overview and Competitive Positioning
At the beginning of 2020 in the Telecommunications Industry there were 4 big players, AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint. T-Mobile and Sprint have merged as of 4/1/2020 into the company name of T-Mobile. Outside of Verizon the only one bigger than it is AT&T which is diversified outside of telecommunications such as AT&T owning streaming service and entertainment subsidiary HBO, and DirectTV a cable provider. With the T-Mobile and Sprint merger they are still the smallest of the 3 companies, but they are able to compete effectively with Verizon and AT&T. Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile are the “900-pound gorillas” of the industry.
The industry business operation consists of a provider offering data (or internet connection), and cellphone services to customer on a mobile connection, such as phones. Most of the company’s customer base pays month to month for service, included sometimes in the cost of the service will be a phone or other accessories (such as mobile hotspots, TV plans, or in home internet) that the customer bought with it. However, this makes it easier for a customer switching between providers for the better service as there is no commitment on the customer side.
Verizon’s revenues shown in the table below illustrate stagnant growth in 2018 and rather lackluster growth the other years. Verizon attributes this growth to expanding into new segments and upgrading infrastructure, as well as spending nearly 35 billion on new 5g technology, which is claimed to be revolutionary when it comes out.
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Shown in the table below, Verizon has the lowest Trailing Twelve Month (TTM) P/E (Price/Earnings) ratio of 12.46, with AT&T being slightly higher at 15.14. T-Mobile absorbing Sprint has created a very high P/E ratio of 22.59. We can also observe that not only does Verizon have a lower P/E ratio, but they also boast higher return on equity and profit margins compared to their competitors.
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Valuation
The discounted cash flow valuation methods used for Verizon consist of the dividend growth model, a free cash flow to firm (FCFF) model, a free cash flow to equity (FCFE) model, and a multiples analysis.
The cost of equity calculation is shown below, calculated to be at 7.62% using a 3% risk free rate and an expected market return of 9.6%. Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) was calculated to be 5.4%, highlighting the extensive use of cheap debt, about 50% of their capital structure. Their average cost of debt on outstanding bonds was about 3.64%, much lower than what the required return on equity is, bringing cost of capital much lower.
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Dividend Growth Model – Constant Growth: Using a constant growth of dividends, and picking a growth rate of 3.5%, taking the average of the last 10 years we see an average increase of about 2.6%, and a 5.1% annual growth during the last 5-years. This will likely decline over an infinite time horizon, using historical data, as such an estimate of 3.5% is used to accurately reflect the economic environment. A 2.6% 10-year growth rate reflects the reality of coming out of the 07-09 financial crisis which does not reflect the current economic environment. This gives an intrinsic value of $60.79.
Dividend Growth Model – Two-Stage Growth Model: In the past Verizon has had periods of high dividend growth for a year or two. The last time this happened was briefly after the widespread release of 4g in 2013 and the subsequent increase in earnings growth. From the recent developments of the highly anticipated release of 5g technology, in the two-stage growth model a dividend growth rate of 5% is assumed to be the average for 6 years and then settle at a constant growth of 3.5% indefinitely. This gives an intrinsic value of $65.77 for the two-stage model.
Dividend Growth Model – Three-Stage Growth Model: As for the three-stage growth model an assumption of an average of 7% dividend growth over the next 2 years, as in the past Verizon has experienced up to 11% dividend growth after the release of this new technology. After this, Verizon will settle into an average 4% dividend growth for 4 years, after which point, a 3.5% constant growth. This gives an intrinsic value of $66.25 for the three-stage model.
Free Cash Flow to Firm Model: Verizon’s free cash flow to the firm (FCFF) represents the cash flow available to all of the company’s capital providers, this includes bond holders, common shareholders, and occasionally preferred shareholders. Verizon’s actual FCFF is very volatile at first glance, fluctuating between -43% to positive 226%. Most of this volatility is from high amounts of investments of working capital into projects, as is the nature of the business. However, it seems that the cash flows are also very unstable due to Verizon’s taxes in 2017 with the huge tax cuts Verizon was able to get -$9956 (mils), FCFF was significantly affected. Substituting the 2017 tax number to a Verizon average tax payment of $5000 makes FCFF seem much more stable. Averaging out over the course of 5 years, an average of 8% growth in free cash flow to the firm is calculated. In the constant growth model, a growth rate of 3.5% is used. This is from an assumption that one day Verizon will wind down working capital and be able to achieve more stable cash flows. In the two-stage and three-stage models a slightly higher growth over the next 6 years because of the release in 5g technology significantly increasing the growth is used. The average growth rate for the two-stage model is estimated to be at 5% before settling back down to 1.5% growth rate. In the three-stage growth model an estimate of 8% free cash flow growth for 3 years, a 2.5% average for the next 5 years, and then settle back into 1.5% growth. This gives an intrinsic value for constant growth, two-stage, and three-stage models of $110.57, $146.38, and $153.58, respectively.
Free Cash Flow to Equity Model: Verizon’s free cash flow to equity (FCFE) holders represents all cash flow available to common equity holders after all operating expenses, bond payments, investments into both working, and fixed capital have been made. Over the last 5 years FCFE has grown on average at 4%, however, the per year change is also very volatile, much like FCFF. Three separate years had negative FCFE of around -70%, and our other two years had positive 1,393% and 307%. This is mostly due to paying down debt rapidly or taking out a lot of debt to fund new projects such as 5g rolling out, mainly the latter. Taking out net borrowing from the calculation creates a more stable model, as such net borrowing is taken out and a growth rate of 10.3% is calculated. As such FCFE growth rates are estimated to be slightly lower than the average because while taking out net borrowing shows more stable cash flows, repaying the debt will lower cash flow available to common stock. That said, in the constant growth model a growth rate of 4% is used. The two-stage model a growth rate of 7% for the next 6 years, then settling to 4% for terminal value. In the 3-stage model an estimate of a 10% return over the next 3 years and a 6% return for 5 years, before settling into the terminal growth rate of 4%. This gives an intrinsic value for the constant growth, two-stage, and three-stage models of $106.35, $124.20, and $135.29, respectively.

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Multiples Analysis: In this valuation approach a price/earnings (P/E) ratio and enterprise value/EBITDA (EV/EBITDA) ratios are used. Through the P/E approach, Verizon currently has a P/E fluctuating between 12-13 and historically they have had P/E’s up to 20 in the last 5 years. Their competitors AT&T and T-Mobile have P/E ratios roughly around 15 and 20 respectively, and the industry standard is P/E is 15. Verizon has an earnings per share of $4.43; however, with 5g technology becoming widely available, a modest earnings growth to $4.90 per share (a 10.6% increase) is estimated for next year. This calculation leads us to an intrinsic value of $73.50. As for the EV/EBITDA approach, Verizon’s current EBITDA is $47,152 and with a ratio of 8.2. With an estimated EBITDA value of $49,500 and a target ratio of 9, this calculation gives us a value of $76.08 one year from now.
Valuation Summary: Verizon is a company with stable cashflows and without much room for significant growth. This makes Verizon perfect for a dividend growth model valuation and is the most accurate of the three models. FCFF is confusing and hard to estimate because of the massive tax changes year to year. FCFE is misleading as the huge amounts of borrowing throws off calculations as net borrowing is not typically used as funds available to shareholders, as such net borrowing has been taken out of the analysis. A growth rate reduction of 2-3% is used for FCFE to account for the reduced cash flow available to common shareholders resulting from paying off the debt in the future. The multiples analysis shows that Verizon may be undervalued currently with a P/E ratio hovering around 12, significantly lower than the industry average and peers. In all the dividend models are most accurate as investors in this company value the stable cash flows and dividends. To arrive to the final intrinsic value estimate, a blend of the three dividend growth models is used, with a 30% weighting on the constant and three-stage growth models and a 40% weighting on the two-stage model. This weighting provides a final intrinsic value of $64.42.
Financial Analysis
Liquidity – As of March 31st, the most up to date financial statements available. Verizon’s liquidity is poor, Cash as a percent of total assets is only 2.3%, although slightly higher than the last 5 years of around 0.9%, this influx of cash is most likely a response to the Covid-19 epidemic. The cash came from 7.5 billion of new debt, all of which expires before 2020. Doing a Current Ratio, and Quick Ratio for Verizon (Current Assets / Current Liabilities and Current Assets – Inventory / Current Liabilities respectively). This calculation provides poor numbers, with the current ratio being at .991, and the quick ratio being at .952. This shows that Verizon has way more in liabilities than assets, and if they needed to sell off assets quickly and liquidate the company, in case of a bankruptcy, they would not have enough to meet their obligations. Although due to the nature of the business this is extremely unlikely and as discussed below the debt is manageable. This is further reinforced via the Net debt to EBITDA ratio, a common way at to measure if the amount of income generated is available to pay down its current debt. Any number higher than 4 or 5 typically raises concerns, however, Verizon is well below that number as of now and shows adequate debt management.
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Profitability Ratios – Verizon has a profit margin of 14.6% in 2019, effectively doubling their 2014 profit margin of 7.6% shown in the table below. Return on Invest Capital is also very high number at about 46% and Return on Equity slightly lower at 31%; however, these ratios have fallen the past 6 years from 114% and 78% respectively. This dramatic decrease is attributed to the payoff of massive investments into 4g technology in 2014, and now we have much lower percentages due to massive investment increases into 5g spending. These ratios will most likely return to much higher numbers over the next 2-3 years.
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*Equity Multiplier* refers to Assets / Shareholder Equity-1 and Sustainable Growth Rate g* uses Equity Multiplier* instead of Equity Multiplier, Equity Multiplier uses Assets / Shareholder Equity of the same period.
Debt - Verizon is levered at about 2 currently, although they have reduced that from 9.2 in 2014. This means that Verizon has double the amount of debt than they do equity. Their debt ratio is at .79 currently, although that has dropped substantially from .95 in 2014. Debt ratio illustrates what portion of the company’s assets is owed to creditors. Currently most of this debt is used for various infrastructure costs for 5g, as well as introducing a new “Green Bond” for environmental social governance, the first in the telecom industry. Using market values rather than book values, Verizon has a capital structure of 53% equity and 47% debt. The times interest earned ratio is currently at 6.44, meaning they currently make more than enough in operating income to pay for interest, so they are not currently at risk of defaulting. As well as their times burden covered for 2020 at 5.28, allowing Verizon to be rated as investment grade bonds.
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Asset Management Ratios – Shown above in the second table, asset turnover is at about 45.2% currently, although this number is misleading as they sell a service and accumulate assets over time without having to sell them to customers. Shown in the table below is collection period, inventory turnover and payables period, with collection period and payables period having risen between 2014 and 2019 from 40.19 to 70.39 and 40.92 to 51.52, respectively. This shows that Verizon has been extending receivables at a faster rate than payables, ideally, Verizon would like to see that reversed. Supplier terms are currently unknown for Verizon, however, payables period being under 60 days, they are still getting favorable terms. Inventory turnover has decreased slightly from 43 to 38 since 2014, which is promising and shows more inventory going out the door.
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As for industry averages, it is shown that Verizon has a much higher quick ratio and a lower times interest earned (TIE). The leverage ratio, and debt to equity ratio is about the same as the industry average. In some ways Verizon company is close to industry averages with the exception of being slightly more levered currently.

Investment Risks
Debt Levels and Credit Rating: Verizon currently has debt levels equal to about its market capitalization, meaning the company nearly has just as much debt as it does equity outstanding. These high levels of debt represent significant risks via Verizon’s obligations. A single quarter of abrupt cash flow disruption could force Verizon into default on much of its outstanding debt. The high debt levels Verizon currently deals with could potentially lower their credit rating with the credit rating agencies. This would be detrimental to Verizon as it would affect their ability to introduce new debt at low rates, and hurt Verizon’s profitability.
Geographic: Currently Verizon mainly operates in North America. This provides significant systematic risk on the part of Verizon. Terrorist attacks, regulation change, or any other factor that could negatively affect the North American region is a significant risk to Verizon.
5g: Any delay in the release of the 5g network could significantly hurt Verizon’s business. This technology is new and is creating rapid change within the industry that Verizon must be a part of moving forward or risk losing customers to a competitor. Introducing new technology also means that they must phase out old, unprofitable technology on a cost-effective basis or else Verizon is at risk or having reduced profitability.
Competition: With the recent merger of T-Mobile and Sprint into T-Mobile there is a much more competitive landscape for Verizon. Before the merger, the only real competitor in size was AT&T, now with the merger Verizon has two competitors of similar size. The merger is particularly dangerous to Verizon as the company is not diversified outside of the industry like AT&T, and a new significant entrant into the industry could pose a huge threat as T-Mobile will be able compete with Verizon on a more cost-effective basis than previously.
Sensitivity Analysis: The two biggest factors affecting Verizon’s stock price are identified as the change in the cost of equity, and the change in the dividend rate. This is because in the dividend discount model the future dividends are discounted by the cost of equity and the annual dividend rate shows how the stock price will change given all else is equal. Shown below are the changes in the cost of equity and dividend rate plus or minus 2% and 1% and how it effects the stock price. For the cost of equity calculation, it is important to realize that rising interest rates, changing expected return in the market, or a change in the volatility (beta) of the stock could affect our cost of equity, and in turn, our intrinsic value. As for the change in dividend growth rate, will easily affect a change in our intrinsic value calculation by changing the projected future cashflows. Below in table 1 illustrates both possibilities and the potential impact on the calculated intrinsic value. The most probable of these two is a change in the cost of equity as the economy is currently in an extremely low interest rate environment, and the cost of equity calculation assumes a 3% interest rate. Changing the rate to the market risk free rate could substantially raise intrinsic value; however, our 3% assumed risk free rate more accurately reflect what investors expect, and not the artificially pushed down price shown in the market right now.
Table1

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Appendix
Financial Calculations
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Income Statement
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Income Statement Proforma
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Balance Sheet
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Balance Sheet Proforma
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Cost of Equity
Calculating the cost of equity by using a risk-free rate of 3% as current U.S. 10 year bond rates are at all time lows and has a possibility to not accurately reflect the actual cost of business within the U.S. for Verizon. Using an expected return on the market of 9.6%, which is the average annual return in the stock market going back to 1928. Finally, using an adjusted beta of .7. The cost of equity is calculated to be 7.62%
Weighted Average Cost of Capital
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Finding the market value of long-term debt by taking 43 long term bonds Verizon currently has outstanding and took the current price each bond trades at. Using this information, the market value of long-term debt from these bonds was found but does not reflect *all* debt. Taking the average price each was selling at, weighted by amount outstanding, multiplied this average by the book value of debt to comes to MV of LTD of $129,747.73 billion.
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To find the pretax cost of debt by taking the yield on each bond weighted by percent of total debt, summing this up a cost of debt to Verizon of 2.69% was calculated.
To find the weighted average cost of capital follow the above formula. Spelled out is: weight of equity x cost of equity + weight of debt x cost of debt x 1- tax rate. The calculated weighted average cost of capital to be 4.7%. This accurately reflects the cheap use of debt Verizon takes advantage of as the cost of equity is significantly higher at 7.62%. This is how Verizon should be funding its operations as this substantially lowers their cost of capital and they can sustain this sizable amount of debt through the stable cash flows as is the nature of their business.
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2020.06.12 21:01 portlane Ann Faricy (Feb. 20, 1941 - June 6, 2020)

Ann C. Faricy
Feb. 20, 1941 - June 6, 2020
Ann died peacefully June 6, 2020, surrounded by her loved ones in Portland. She was born to Margaret and Leo Faricy in St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 20, 1941. After Catholic schools she graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in Humanities. She completed her Master of Arts in Teaching at Reed College in 1966, and taught Art and English in Portland high schools. Ann also co-directed an alternative high school and trained minority teachers through the University of Oregon. She became Assistant Principal at Parkrose High School and then Principal at Shaver Elementary School. Ann worked her last three years as District Curriculum Director, retiring in 1998.
As an educator Ann was creative, enthusiastic, professional, popular and fun. She had wonderful colleagues and staff, and viewed her work as her ministry.
In retirement Ann had time to dance, socialize, swim, write and paint. She and her partner Lil Hosman traveled to Africa, Asia, Latin America, Europe and Australia. They often attended local theatre, opera, dance and symphony. Ann completed a two-year program to become an ecumenical spiritual mentor, and joined the First Unitarian Church as a lay minister. She owned a houseboat for her painting studio, where she also entertained and kayaked the river.
Ann loved life. She was intelligent, spiritual, compassionate, loving, and forgiving, and she gifted these traits to a huge number of friends and admirers.
She was always very close to her extended family in Portland. Surviving are partner, Lillian Hosman; sister, Kit Faricy; brother, Bill Faricy and wife, Monica; niece, Lisa Biddle Dean and husband, Charles and their children, Austin, Cameron, Madison, and Charlie; nephews, Adam Faricy and wife, Megan and their children, Jameson and Emery Ann; Christopher Faricy and wife, Barbara and daughter, Eve; and Morgan Faricy and Mary Lugg.
A memorial service will be scheduled at First Unitarian Church at a later date, due to the pandemic. Meantime, Ann shares the Dalai Lama's view that "Kindness is my religion." In place of flowers, donations may be made to Urban Spirituality Center, 1314 N.W. Irving St., Suite 512, Portland, OR 97209.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
source: http://obits.oregonlive.com/obituaries/oregon/obituary.aspx?n=ann-c-faricy&pid=196333304
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2020.06.01 13:28 grexraxor International Saimoe League: What you need to know in this other major anime character popularity contest

CONTENT WARNING: Salt, Profanity, Long Post, & Mobile-unfriendly Tables

For enhanced experience, listen to this track on repeat.
While we wait for u/ShaKing807 to begin Best Girl 7, here's another contest that starts roughly at the same timeframe as Best Girl: the International Saimoe League.
If you can't be bothered to read this entire post, here's the TL;DR: Website link here.

What the hell is this?

The International Saimoe League (ISML) is an annual contest held year-round "dedicated to finding the cutest among anime girls" (and also guys from 2015 onward). It's basically like anime's Best Girl Contest, but instead of a straight elimination bracket, ISML uses a regular season league that lasts many months, and a playoff bracket to decide the ultimate winner a la NFL (hence the name). Unlike AnimeBracket, voting in ISML doesn't require a reddit account, but each ballot is limited to only one vote per IP address.
Saimoe?
  • It's a made-up word meaning "most moe", coined by the users at 2channel. A related term is "SaiGAR", basically "moe" but for male characters that aren't traps. Personal note
Brief History
  • ISML was founded in 2008 as an offshoot of two "saimoe" tournaments that were running at the time: "Anime Saimoe Tournament" (AST), organized by users of the Japanese website 2channel, and "Korea Best Moe Touranment" (KBM) held in the Korean website Anizone. While the latter two contests withered away (KBM in 2012, AST in 2014), ISML stood strong (helped by donations) and continued to grow into the full-fledged long-running contest that still exists today.
 

NAMING CONVENTIONS (ENGLISH)

The website uses a standardized naming convention akin to the one used in Wikipedia:
  • Eastern Order (Family name first) for Japanese/Chinese names
  • Western Order (Given name first) for the rest.
  • In addition, the website uses "Macrons" (ā, ē, ī, ō, ū) for Romanization of long vowels.
Examples using Jojo characters:
  • "Kūjō Jōtarō" instead of "Jotaro Kujo" or "Joutarou Kuujou" (used in MAL)
  • "Higashikata Jōsuke" instead of "Jousuke Higashikata" (used in MAL)
  • "Joesph Joestar" (British/American)
  • "Giorno Giovanna" (Italian)
 

TOURNAMENT FORMAT

ISML's tournament format has seen several major changes throughout its history. This post will only cover the 2020 format.
 

PART 1: NOMINATION PHASE

  • This is where you nominate characters that you want to participate in the contest. Assuming there's 120 competitors and 14 (female) and 6 (male) direct invites, only 106 (female) and 114 (male) characters with the highest nominations will make it in the Preliminary rounds.
  • Nominating Direct Invites and the 8 most recent champions are NOT ALLOWED. More on that once the nomination period actually starts.
  • If last place is a tie, then all of the tied players will advance to preliminaries. There is no tiebreaker.
 
NOMINATION RULES
  • Nominating is fairly complicated: You have 20 entries to fill along with the anime source, and you have a set of conditions to fulfill for your ballot to be valid, otherwise it is rejected. (To wit: Minimum 2 male and 2 female, Maximum of 4 persons per franchise, and must have at least 5 shows/franchises represented)
  • Invalid entries are discarded independently, and will not void your ballot unless it results in a violation of the conditions mentioned above.
  • All nominations have equal weight and have no ranking.
  • Nominations must be unique. E.g. don't try listing Shinobu Oshino, Oshino Shinobu, and Kiss-Shot as three separate entries; It will only count as one nomination for Shinobu, and the latter two entries are discarded.
  • You can only submit the ballot once, so you gotta take your sweet time on who to nominate as there's no second chances. It's the reason why this phase lasts 7 days.
  • EVERY. SINGLE. NOMINATION. COUNTS. Your waifu got 107th or below in the nominations? Tough luck for ya, you're gonna carry that salt through the entire year 'cause your waifu's gonna sit the entire year out. or hope they play in Divine circlet/Crown but who gives a shit about that award
  • If a female does not qualify for the main tournament, but is eligible for Winter seasonal contest, she will compete there instead. (Details will be posted when the time comes)
 

PART 2: PRELIMINARIES & SEEDING ROUNDS

PRELIMINARIES
  • Direct Invites will skip this stage entirely.
  • Round 1: All nominees ranked 83rd and below (females) or 91st and below (males) will be subject to a range-voting match. Top 6 will advance to round 2, the rest will GO HOME.
  • Round 2: Survivors from round 1 will join nominees ranked 59th - 82nd (females) or 67th - 90th (males), this time in an approval voting match. Top 18 with the highest votes advance to Seedings Round 3, the rest will GO HOME.
 
SEEDING ROUNDS (abridged)
  • Round 1: Top 24 nominees will play, including Direct invites. Range-voting. Top 18 players will be seeded from 1-18. The remaining six will play in round 2.
  • Round 2: 6 players from Rd 1 will join the next 18 nominees. Approval voting. Top 18 players will be seeded from 19-36. The remaining six will play in round 3.
  • Round 3 Upper Tier: 6 players from Rd 2 will join the next 18 nominees (24 total). Range-voting. These players will be seeded from 37-60.
  • Round 3 Lower Tier: Preliminary survivors will join the last 6 nominees (24 total). Approval voting. These players will be seeded from 73-96.
  • Remaining contestants (61-72) will be sorted by number of nomination ballots.
These seedings will decide the match-ups of the initial group stage.
 

PART 3: GROUP PHASE, aka REGULAR SEASON

  • The entire phase consists of 7 periods, named after gems (or jewels, as they call it). In order we have AQUAMARINE, TOPAZ, AMETHYST, SAPPHIRE, EMERALD, RUBY, and DIAMOND
 
The 2020 format saw another drastic change in the regular season format. It now works like this:
  • Top 96 (Aquamarine) - Players are split into 16 groups of 6. Top 3 + eight 4th placers with the highest points / vote difference / votes earned (in that order) will advance. 6th placers are outright eliminated. The rest are relegated to Wildcards.
  • Top 64 (Topaz, Amethyst, Sapphire) - Surviving players are split into 4 groups, each having 16 members. Top 6 advance, 7th to 11th relegated to Wildcards, 12th and below outright eliminated.
  • Top 32 (Emerald, Ruby, Diamond) - Remaining players are split into 2 groups of 16. Top 8 advance to the playoffs, the rest are outright eliminated.
  • All group stages employ a single round-robin format.
  • Each period lasts 5 matches. After each period, the top 8 players with the highest rank / points / vote difference / votes earned (in that order) will qualify for the necklace/pendant round.
  • Tiebreakers: Points (1 win, 0.5 draw) / Head-to-head record / Vote difference / Votes earned / Staff selection (in that order)
 
RACE FOR THE NECKLACE/PENDANT
  • Instant-runoff vote (IRV) format. Rank your favorites in order of preference. Here's a CGP Grey video explaining the IRV system. The winner receives the Necklace (females) or Pendant (males) of the respective period, plus a Shiny New Poster™ made by the staff themselves. They will also receive a Direct Invite on next year's tournament should they fail to win it all this year.
  • Each contestant can only win a necklace/pendant once per year. There used to be a player named Shana who once won three out of seven necklaces in 2010, the most out of any player in a single year. Because of her this rule patch is implemented.
  • Consolation gems with different accessory names return after a 5-year hiatus. More on that when the time comes.
 
WILDCARD ROUND, WHERE WEAKLINGS ARE CULLED
  • For the 2020 edition, selected players will be placed into an approval voting match. (Similar to AnimeBracket's Elimination Stage). Top 8 players will survive in the next stage, the rest will say goodbye to this contest.
  • 2020's wildcards will only occur two times: after Aquamarine (24 players) and Sapphire (16 players). (This wasn't the case in past years)
 

PART 4: ELIMINATION PHASE / PLAYOFFS

Once all 7 periods are done, and only 16 players remain, the playoff phase can finally begin. But first:
How does one qualify for playoffs?
  • Just win enough matches in the final group stage 4Head. For the 2020 format, once you finish in the top 8 of your group, you are good as qualified. Note that a player can be placed in a Necklace and Wildcard round at the same time, and winning a necklace does NOT guarantee you a playoff spot. With that out of the way...
THE ACTUAL PLAYOFFS FORMAT
  • Good old 1v1 Single-elimination tournament. Players are seeded based on their group position. (A1 vs B2, B4 vs A5, B2 vs A7, A3 vs B6, and so on).
  • In addition, Consolation matches are present in order to rank players 3rd and below.
 
You did it! your waifu/husbando's won the ENTIRE FUCKING TOURNAMENT! Congratulations! Now you get to see your beloved get their own poster, earn a snazzy title, and most importantly, cement their place in the....

SALT OF FAME!

All names are in Western order and have no macrons for convenience purposes.

Heavenly Tiara (FEMALE)

Year Winner + Poster Anime
2008 Fate Testarossa Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha
2009 Hinagiku Katsura Hayate the Combat Butler
2010 Mio Akiyama K-ON!
2011 Mikoto Misaka Toaru Series
2012 Kanade Tachibana Angel Beats!
2013 Ruri "Kuroneko" Gokou Oreimo
2014 Kotori Itsuka Date A Live
2015 Eru Chitanda Hyouka
2016 Shana Shakugan no Shana
2017 Megumi Katou Saekano
2018 Rem Re:Zero
2019 Violet Evergarden Violet Evergarden
2020 ??? ???

Lapis Scepter (MALE)

Year Winner + Poster Anime
2011* Lelouch Lamperouge* Code Geass
2012* Kazuto "Kirito" Kirigaya* Sword Art Online
2013* Houtarou Oreki* Hyouka
2014* Hideyoshi Kinoshita* Baka and Test
2015 Accelerator Toaru Series
2016 Sora No Game No Life
2017 Koro-sensei Assassination Classroom
2018 Hachiman Hikigaya Oregairu
2019 Rimuru Tempest Tensei Slime
2020 ??? ???
*2011-2014 Male winners are counted despite being Exhibition Tournaments at the time. However, their posters aren't in the front page for some reason
 

CHAMPIONS BAN RULE

2008-2014: No ban yet
2015-present: 8 years ban. Winners fight in the Tournament of Champions instead. After their ban is lifted, they are allowed to play again in the main tournament.
In fact, 2010 champion Mio Akiyama from K-ON reached the playoffs in 2019, her first contest after being banned for 8 years. With Mikoto and Lelouch participating this year, they have a very real chance of achieving a second win.
 

SOME QUESTIONS

How did you discover this?
  • I discovered it somewhere in 2018 through some campaigning post in the Haruhi subreddit. I'm a sucker for waifu contests. Back then I didn't know there already existed a dedicated long-running contest like this besides the ones on Animebracket, so I let my curiosity run wild and decided to explore it. And the rest is history.
Who runs this contest?
  • Staff link, dated 2017. While the voters may come from many different countries, the dominant demographics (in my opinion) hail from East Asian countries (mostly Chinese and some Japanese and Hong Kongers) and it shows through their votes. Whether their taste is shittier than anime is up to you. I could list who is strong in animebracket and in ISML in the comments if anyone wants to know.
I did(n't) finish reading all of these. Now how/where/when do i vote?
  • Either the main page or the Voting page here. In the "Voting" section, you can see the upcoming matchups for the next voting day. Note that voting days are subject to change without prior notice. The website is also prone to delays and Cloudflare 522 errors, so watch out.
This isn't reddit's best girl contest. How the fuck is this relevant to anime?
  • The same reason why the best girl contest is important to us: SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt SALT salt
 

Great! So when does it start?

This year's nominations is scheduled to begin on June 3, 2020. 23:00 Beijing / Taipei / Manila time (UTC+08:00).
  • Pacific Daylight Time (UTC-07:00) - June 3, 08:00
  • Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-04:00) - June 3, 11:00
  • Greenwich Mean Time (same as UTC) - June 3, 15:00
(Times are subject to change without prior notice.)
 

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Perry the Platypus (also known as Agent P or simply Perry) is a bipedal platypus and main character from the American animated series Phineas and Ferb and Milo Murphy's Law. Perry was created by the series' co-creators, Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh. He first appeared along with the majority of the main cast in the pilot episode "Rollercoaster)". Perry is featured as the star of the B-plot for every episode of the series, alongside his nemesis Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz. A mostly silent character, his lone vocal characteristic (a rattling of Perry's beak) was provided by Dee Bradley Baker.
Perry is the only pet of the Flynn-Fletcher family, and is perceived as mindless and domesticated. In secret, however, he lives a double life as a member of an all-animal espionage organization referred to as O.W.C.A. (Organization Without a Cool Acronym). Many secret entrances to his underground lair exist all around the house; such as the side of the house, most notably the tree that his owners sit under in the backyard, and several other everyday objects that seem to elude the family's attention. Perry also has entrances in Hawaii and South Dakota. He engages in daily battles with Doofenshmirtz, an evil scientist who desires to take over the Tri-state area with obscure contraptions that work perfectly according to his intended function but fail in his application of them every time.
Perry was made a platypus because of the animal's striking appearance and the lack of public knowledge of the animal, which allowed the writers to make things up about the species. Critical reception for the character from both professionals and fans have been considerably positive. Merchandising of the character include plush toys, t-shirts, wooden toys, glasses, and coloring books, along with appearances in literature and a 2009 video game) for the Nintendo DS.
Perry is the docile pet platypus of the blended Flynn-Fletcher family, who adopted him because his unfocused gaze made it seem as if he were looking at both Phineas and Ferb at the same time, as shown in the 2011 movie, Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension.[1][2] Unbeknownst to them, Perry lives a double life as a crime-fighting spy working for the "Organization Without a Cool Acronym"/The OWCA, going by the codename "Agent P."[3][4][5] He reports to his superior, Major Monogram, via telecast in his large, high-tech, underground hideout. Every day, he engages in battles with the evil scientist Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz, who tries using inventions to take over the tri-state area.[6][7] Perry is always able to foil Doofenshmirtz's plans and in doing so accidentally leads to the destruction of whatever form of contraption his owners, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, are building in order to make summer better.[6] Phineas and Ferb are aware that something happens to get rid of their scheme for the day, but do not know that Perry is the cause behind it and are largely dismissive of it. Their sister, Candace, also does not know that Perry is behind the destruction and is driven to near insanity trying to figure it out.[8][9] Throughout the series, Perry is aware of Phineas and Ferb's inventions, but is largely uninterested in them, save whenever he notices that their latest invention may help him thwart Doofenshmirtz.
Perry and Doofenshmirtz at first seem to loathe each other in the beginning of the series, and have been arch-nemeses since the day they met. However, they are often cordial and friendly towards one another and it is said by Doofenshmirtz that Perry is his best friend, and Perry will often act to save Doofenshmirtz's life when his plot inevitably blows up in his face. Doofenshmirtz also went out of his way in one episode to become closer to Perry after he is assigned to a new villain.[10] Habitually, their daily brawls involve Doofenshmirtz devising a scheme, which Perry goes to stop after being briefed by Major Monogram. He is trapped by Doofenshmirtz while trying to do so and is told of the doctor's scheme, usually pertaining to some backstory or pet peeve. He then escapes and the two fight, Perry coming out victorious with Doofenshmirtz yelling "Curse you, Perry the Platypus!".[11] The two rely on this daily structure, Doofenshmirtz even specifically mentioning it in "Journey to the Center of Candace" and in episodes such as "It's About Time!" in which Doofenshmirtz temporarily replaces Perry with secret agent Peter The Panda and they become depressed about not having each other to fight.[10] Perry realizes he misses Doof too. When Perry does not arrive on the scene of Doofenshmirtz's evil plan, the doctor hesitates to execute his plans and fears for where Perry has gone, though he notes that he "hopes something terrible has happened to him.".[12] Sometimes, they decided not to fight and have fun, as shown in "Happy New Year!" and "Candace Disconnected".[13] On other occasions, depending on whatever situation Doofenshmirtz is facing, Perry would often help Doofenshmirtz with his non-evil plans, such as helping him overcome evil scientist's block, helping him put on a birthday party for his 16-year-old daughter Vanessa, impressing a square dancing girl with programmable square dancing boots that Doofenshmritz created, working together to stop a raging platypus hunter from hunting them down, or helping him convince his rich ex-wife to help pay off his mortgage debt. Also, Perry tends to use Doofenshmirtz's inventions to erase evidence of whatever contraptions Phineas and Ferb had made, leaving Candace unable to bust them. Examples include when Perry asked to borrow Doofenshmirtz's robot Norm to pick up footage from the city surveillance cameras in order to preserve his job as an agent, as well as using Doofenshmirtz's Pick-Him-Up-inator to rescue a lost Candace and bring her home.
In Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension, an alternate reality (yet more evil and ruthless) version of Perry (known as Platyborg) appears. Platyborg would later return in the episode sequel, Tales from the Resistance: Back to the 2nd Dimension.
While working on the animated television series Rocko's Modern Life, Phineas and Ferb co-creators Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh utilized several recurring elements in the episodes that they wrote. Among these were actions sequences and chase scenes.[14] Povenmire and Marsh wanted to reuse these elements in their series and chose Perry to execute it.[1] The pair gave him a consistent and continuous nemesis in the form of Doofenshmirtz as a means of allowing viewers to get to know him.[15]
While choosing a species for Perry, Povenmire and Marsh wanted to keep in mind selecting one that was uncommon, an animal that kids could not "pick out at a pet store and beg [their parents] for."[16] They chose a platypus because of the animal's obscure and striking appearance.[17] The animal was scarcely used in American animated programs, so the pair opined that Perry "would not have to compete with preconceived notions that viewers might bring to a more conventional critter."[16] The blank storyboard they were given[16] allowed them to "make stuff up" since "no one knows very much about [them]."[1]
Perry has a theme song tentatively entitled "Perry," performed by Randy Crenshaw and Laura Dickinson, and written by Povenmire and Marsh, who write the majority of songs in the series.[14][18] The song, along with the number "Gitchee Gitchee Goo" from the episode "Flop Starz," was the first musical composition Povenmire and Marsh pitched to The Walt Disney Company. They were nervous doing so, because, as Povenmire explained, "Disney has a big history of music -- what if they hate it?" Their reaction, however, was considerably positive and the pair was asked to write a song for each episode, which they vehemently agreed to.[14] The opening lyrics for the song describe Perry as a standard textbook definition of a platypus: "He's a semi-aquatic egg-laying mammal of action."[19]
Like the other characters of the series, Perry was structured in a simple style to allow young viewers to easily draw him.[20] In keeping with the show's general design scheme, Perry is constructed of geometric shapes in a style reminiscent of Tex Avery's.[21] Povenmire uses different design styles for drawing Perry depending on how he is portrayed. When Perry is portrayed as a domesticated and mindless pet, Povenmire begins with a square shaped like a loaf of bread. He then draws his front legs and feet before drawing his bill, which is set at a certain angle. Povenmire then draws his eyeballs, which are never focused and look in opposing directions in a daze. He concludes the figure by adding his hind legs, tail, hair, and finally color.[22]
When portrayed as a secret agent, Povenmire starts with a similar bread loaf square design, but draws it standing up vertically and places a fedora on the top of his head, which is combined with the square torso. In contrast to his mindless and wild-eyed expression as a pet, the secret agent version of Perry is detailed with eyes "full of steely blue resolve." Povenmire proceeds by drawing his arms, with bare hands that are open and prepared for fighting or any danger. His legs are bent, as well prepared for an act of danger or action needed. Povenmire finishes the design by adding his beaver tail and color.[22]
Perry's undercover identity as a pet leads to characters throughout the series to deem him as a "mindless domestic pet" that "doesn't do much".[23][24] This definition of the character led to Phineas and Ferb spearheading production of a new toyline based on Perry called "Perry the Inaction Figure," whose tagline revolved around it not doing anything but allowing the customer to make it whatever they desire it to be.[23] In all actuality, Perry is a skilled fighter who is able to perform several implausible judo fighting moves and escapes.[25] He has access to several different types of technology and inventions provided to him by The O.W.C.A., including a hover craft dubbed the "Platypusmobile,"[26] a jet ski,[27] and a whistle set that allows him to summon different types of animals.[28] His favorite color is perry-winkle.
Although his appearance as a domestic pet is mostly a cover, Perry has nonetheless expressed care and devotion for the Flynn-Fletcher family. In the episode "The Ballad of Bad Beard", Perry managed to drag Candace out of the Dark Cave before it caved in because of Dr. Doofenshmirthz's "self destruction button" that which Candace had accidentally pressed while under the orange moss hallucination, thinking it was a vending machine. He did this even though he knew that Candace saw that Perry was a secret agent talking to Agent E (Eagle) and to Major Monogram in a cracked egg. Candace thought she was just hallucinating because of the orange moss she accidentally touched earlier in the episode. Also, when an invention of Doofenshmirtz's in the episode "Journey to the Center of Candace" might cause severe harm to Phineas and Ferb, Perry thoroughly beats up Doofenshmirtz and quickly handcuffs him. He then ties him to a pipe and, instead of just leaving him like he usually does in the series, calls for special forces from the O.W.C.A. to come and arrest the doctor, though they never show up.[11] In "Oh, There You Are, Perry," Doofenshmirtz is downgraded to a low threat level and Perry is reassigned to a new nemesis. This causes him to have to leave his home with the Flynn-Fletchers, which makes him sad and he does not enjoy his new villain. Phineas and Ferb are fearful about where Perry could have gone to and put up several flyers around town for people to find him. They decide to throw a concert on the roof of a building, singing a song about how much they love Perry and want him to come home. Concurrently, Perry is reassigned to Doofenshmirtz again and returns to the brothers once more.[29]
Though Perry is anthropomorphic, he does not speak, only communicating through an "aggravated purr" type of noise made by flapping his bill.[16] This noise is provided by actor Dee Bradley Baker; to this day, Povenmire and Marsh do not understand how Baker produces the noise. Thomas Sangster, who plays Ferb, is notoriously good at making the noise and is considered second only to Baker himself.[30] When in his "Agent P" persona, Perry is almost completely silent and communicates only by body language, facial expressions, hand gestures and occasionally pantomime.
As a character, Perry has been well received by both fans and critics. As Cynthia Littleton of Variety magazine) wrote, "Perry the platypus is a breakout star from the Disney Channel toon 'Phineas and Ferb.'"[16] The New York Times writer Susan Stewart called him "intrepid."[5] Jean Yoo, a press member for Disney Channel, said that Perry is "suave" and "makes James Bond look like a rank amateur."[2] Aaron H. Bynum of Animator Insider opined that he is "indubitably confident."[31] Carly H. of Scholastic, Inc. declared Perry "pretty darn awesome."[4] Josh Jackson, editor of Paste), described Perry and Doofenshmirtz's relationship as "pitch-perfect."[32]
Certain reviewers have also commented negatively about Perry and his subplot, which Sherry Robinson of the St. Petersburg Times considers "pretty trippy."[1] Kevin McDonough of Sun Coast Today described it as "complicated" and "loosely connected" to the rest of the series, writing that he is "not sure what this accomplishes except to add the noise of explosions to the already constant din of singing and screaming."[33] Ed Liu of Toon Zone feels it is "truly puzzling what Perry the secret agent is doing in this show in the first place." Liu considers his subplot to be a type of "throw everything against the wall and see what sticks" element and writes that "many of the earlier episodes of the show don't manage to do a very good job of balancing the subplot and the main one."[34]
Perry was nominated for a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Award in 2014 under the category of Favorite Animated Animal Sidekick.[35]
In addition to the main television series, Perry has appeared in several pieces of Phineas and Ferb merchandise. To date, he has appeared in all Phineas and Ferb novelizations, published by Disney Press.[36][37][38][39] The character has been adapted into a 20-inch plush toy, released by The Walt Disney Company. The plush has a button on its hand that allows it to emit Perry's signature chattering noise.[40] Certain t-shirts based on the series released by both Disney and the online retail website Zazzle also display Perry and the phrase "Hey, where's Perry?" which most characters like Phineas, Isabella, Stacy, Irving, Ferb, and Lawrence utter when Perry goes to Major Monogram in his secret lair in almost every episode. There also is a T-shirt with Perry's face.[41][42][43] Perry appears in the Nintendo DS video game based on the series, simply titled Phineas and Ferb), where a mini-game involves Perry stopping Doofenshmirtz's latest evil scheme.[44][45] As of 1 April 2014, Perry is also a playable character in the video game Disney Infinity).[46] He also appears in the Where's My Water?: Swampy's Underground Adventures episode "Double Trouble". He also appears in Milo Murphy's Law in a crossover special in the Season 2 premiere and becomes a recurring character throughout the season thereafter.
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  111. The Social Organization of Work,5th Edition:Randy Hodson
  112. Il tempo degli stregoni. 1919-1929:Wolfram Eilenberger
  113. Depressione: Quando non è solo tristezza,Italian Edition:C. Di Agostino and M. Fabi
  114. On Epistemology,1st Edition;Linda Zagzebski
  115. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings,11th Edition; Robert C. Solomon & K athleen M. Higgins
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  229. Rau's Respiratory Care Pharmacology, 9th Edition:Douglas S. Gardenhire
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  233. How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing, 1st Edition:Paul J. Silvia
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  236. Electricity for the Entertainment Electrician & Technician,2nd Edition:Richard Cadena
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  238. Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist,4th Edition: Jill S. Gehrig & Donald E. Willmann
  239. Sound System Engineering, 4th Edition: Davis, Don & Patronis, Eugene & Brown, Pat
  240. Master Handbook of Acoustics, 6th Edition: F. Alton Everest & Ken C Pohlmann
  241. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition): Joel R. Hass & Maurice D. Weir & George B. Thomas
  242. Design Concepts for Engineers,5th Edition:Mark N. Horenstein
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  251. Why We Work (TED Books): Barry Schwartz
  252. Readings about the Social Animal,11th Edition: Aronson, Joshua & Elliot Aronson
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2020.03.08 13:04 liferider09 A collection of free events - week of 3/8

I ignored many of the film events this week, and included some more volunteering (the free library films are usually around noon on weekdays). If you have more interest in the films during the day, let me know.
I also removed any emails that were in descriptions. You can still find them in the original posting.

Manhattan

Roger Morris Park - Garden Volunteer Day, 3/8

Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once a month under the supervision of NYC Parks. All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty as we beautify our special garden. Close-toed shoes are required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note: RSVP by emailing [email omitted, go to the website] and write \Volunteer\ in the subject line. Groups must RSVP by at least 14 days in advance.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/roger-morris-park-garden-volunteer-day
website: https://www.jalopytheatre.org

Asssscat 3000, 3/8

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
7:30 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72897

Author Talk- Kathy Iandoli: God Save the Queens, 3/9

For far too long, women in hip-hop have been relegated to the shadows, viewed as the designated “First Lady” thrown a contract, a pawn in some beef, or even worse. But as Kathy Iandoli makes clear, the reality is very different. Today, hip-hop is dominated by successful women such as Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, yet there are scores of female artists whose influence continues to resonate.
God Save the Queens pays tribute to the women of hip-hop—from the early work of Roxanne Shante, to hitmakers…
Yorkville Library, Meeting Room
222 East 79th Street, New York, NY
5:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/author-talk-kathy-iandoli-god-save-queens

Cairo: City of 1000 Minarets, 3/9

Join Iman R. Abdulfattah, PhD Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn, for a visual journey into the riches of the art and architecture of this important metropolis. When the Fatimid dynasty conquered Egypt in 969 AD, they founded a fortified palatine city to serve as their new administrative center. This new city, named al-Qahira – meaning “The Victorious” – gave the present capital its name. Since the 10th century, Cairo has served as a major center of the Islamicate world and seat of several important dynasties, reaching its apogee under the Mamluks (1250-1516 AD), who gave it an architectural character that symbolized the image of the Islamic city for centuries. These empires also left behind a staggering number of impressive buildings meant to emphasize courtly patronage and dominate the panorama of the city, lending Cairo the nickname of the City of 1,000 Minarets. Today, more than 400 extant registered historic Islamic monuments survive tucked away amid the modern urban sprawl, many of which remain largely overshadowed by their more ancient counterparts.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864838&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

The Improv Jam, 3/10

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72920

Why the Far Right Kills, 3/10

Why is this political faction, compared to others, so violent -- and what drives them to kill again and again? Researcher Chip Berlet, who has investigated the Far Right for forty years, will explain how the movement’s internal dynamic drives its participants into homicidal outbursts. Berlet will discuss the Far Right’s themes of demonization, scapegoating, conspiracism, and apocalypticism with journalist Talia Lavin, and they will offer their perspectives on how to deal with this toxic social current.
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 15 West 16th Street, Manhattan 7p; $free yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills

Please Remit My Qubits Chapbook Launch, 3/10

Please join us for the celebration of the launch of Marie Hinson’s first chapbook, Please Remit My Qubits: a trans hex on quantum supremacy (2020, Operating System: AlteAltar). Marie will be reading with Sherese Francis, Zefyr Lisowski, and Joey De Jesus.
Marie Hinson is an artist practicing in film, writing, performance, and cinematography. Originally from the mountains of rural Appalachia, she now works and lives in New York City. She is an alum of the Philadelphia based artist collective Vox Populi. Her work has shown in group exhibitions and experimental film festivals as well as at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anthology Film Archives, Scribe Video Center, Icebox Project Space, and Blackbox at Vox Populi. mariehinson.com Sherese Francis is a southeast Queens-based poet, text artist, workshop facilitator, and literary curator of the mobile library project, J. Expressions. She has published work in journals and anthologies including Cosmonauts Avenue, No Dear, Apex Magazine, La Pluma Y La Tinta’s New Voices Anthology, The Pierian Literary Review, Bone Bouquet, African Voices, Newtown Literary, Free Verse, and Near Kin: A Collection of Words and Arts Inspired by Octavia Butler. Additionally, she has published two chapbooks, Lucy’s Bone Scrolls and Variations on Sett/ling Seed/ling. Currently, she is a co-editor and board member of the small press, Harlequin Creature, and a core member of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance. To find out more about her work, visit futuristicallyancient.com. Joey De Jesus is the author of HOAX (Operating System, 2020+), NOCT- The Threshold of Madness (The Atlas Review, 2019), and co-author, alongside Sade LaNay, of Writing Voice into the Archive vol. 1, organized and edited by Jennifer Tamayo with support from UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender. Joey co-edits poetry at Apogee Journal, is an Advisory Board Member at No, Dear Magazine, and received the 2019-20 BRIC ArtFP Project Room Commission and 2017 NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Poetry. Poems have appeared in the Academy of American Poet’s Poem-A-Day, Bettering American Poetry, Barrow Street, BOAAT, The Brooklyn Rail, The Cortland Review, The Literary Review, Newtown Literary Alliance, Southern Humanities Review, and several other venues. Poems have been performed and/or installed in Artists Space, Basilica Soundscape, The New Museum, The Poetry Project and elsewhere. Zefyr Lisowski is a trans and queer writer, artist, and North Carolinian currently living in NYC. She’s a Poetry Co-editor for Apogee Journal and the author of Blood Box, winner of the Black River Editor’s Choice Award from Black Lawrence Press and forthcoming fall 2019; she’s also the author of the microchap Wolf Inventory (Ghost City Press, 2018) and is a 2019 Tin House Summer Workshop Fellow. Zefyr’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lit Hub, Nat. Brut., Muzzle Magazine, and DIAGRAM, among many other places; she’s also received support from Sundress Academy for the Arts, McGill University, the New York Live Ideas Fest, and the 2019 CUNY Graduate Center Adjunct Incubator Grant for the arts. A 2018 nominee for the Pushcart Prize, she also goes by Zef.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
bluestockings.com
website: https://bluestockings.com/event/please-remit-my-qubits-chapbook-launch/?instance_id=212037

A Virtuoso Evening With Prize-Winning Pianist Kate Liu, 3/10

She is the Bronze Medal Winner of the 2015 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and First Prize Winner of the 2010 New York International Piano Competition. Ever since these major awards, Liu’s schedule has been filled with memorable performances in Europe, Asia, and the United States. In a glowing review of her recital, the Washington Post calls her a “grand talent.” This concert is presented under the auspices of the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Works by Schumann and Brahms will be featured. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of today’s leading young pianists!
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864839&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Self-Care at Mulberry Street Library: March on Stress 3/11

We will make DIY stress balls. You can take them home and use them to help through difficult situations. We will end the program with a guided imagery story.
Mulberry Street Library
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
1 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/15/self-care-mulberry-street-library-march-stress

The Rheda S. Brandt Memorial Lecture: Engaging With Local Communities and Climate Change, 3/11

Returning lecturer Dr. Evangelos Kyriakidis of Kent University and Director of The Heritage Management Organization discusses his engagement projects. This global network — encompassing over five hundred members in more than seventy nations — was established in November of 2008. Its goal of instructing local key heritage managers has significantly transformed diverse cultural assets from decaying objects of study into dynamic sources of learning, community identity, and economic development. This international collaboration between knowledgeable stakeholders and professional partners offering their unique expertise becomes particularly crucial when adapting to climate change and protecting rare sites.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
6:30 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864840&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Young Poets Reading, 3/11

At this year's event we will introduce three up-and-coming young poets. Beth Bachmann’s most recent volume is CEASE (2018), preceded by Temper (2009) and Do Not Rise (2015). She has won, among other awards, the Alice di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America. Adam Fitzgerald’s most recent volume is George Washington (2016). It was preceded by The Late Parade (2013). He teaches at Rutgers University. Shane McCrae’s most recent volume is The Gilded Auction Block (2019), preceded by five others, including Mule (2011), Blood (2013), and In the Language of My Captor (2017), the last a finalist for the National Book Award. He teaches at Columbia University.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864841&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Judy, 3/12

Synopsis:
Set in late 1968 and early 1969, Judy portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband. Directors Rupert Goold
Production year 2019, Rating PG-13, Studio Lions Gate Films, Inc., Runtime 118 minutes.
Cast
Finn Wittrock, Renée Zellweger, Rufus Sewell.
Kips Bay Library
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
3 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Arsenal Gallery Exhibition Opening: Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song, 3/12

Join NYC Parks for the opening reception for our new exhibition Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song in the Arsenal Gallery. The Gleaner’s Song is a collection of mixed-media works, words, and photographs by artist Alice Momm, inspired by her daily, immersive walks in Central Park. The materials and impressions gathered on these rambles become the seeds of artworks that pay tribute to the ragged beauty of found objects in nature and honor the quiet dramas unfolding in unexpected places. While often humorous, the artworks reflect a deep concern for our environment and an appreciation of the interconnectedness of all living beings. This solo exhibition is Momm's love song to Central Park and an invitation to find wonder and joy in New York City’s parks. This event is FREE and open to the public. The exhibition is on display in the Arsenal Gallery on weekdays from March 13, 2020 through June 4, 2020. Please note that the Arsenal Gallery will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020. Images: Alice Momm, Untitled from Gleaner's Song, 2017, bark, gouache, wire, paper; Central Park, Reaching Tree, 2019, digital photograph
NYC Parks
Arsenal (In Central Park), Manhattan
6 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/arsenal-gallery-exhibition-opening-alice-momm-the-gleaners-song

YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING: Melissa Errico Presents Michel Legrand, 3/12

Tony-nominated actress and New York Times columnist Melissa Errico brings to Lincoln Center a special concert and panel discussion, lit by her unique gift for both singing songs and speaking sense, devoted to one of her mentors, the late, great French composer Michel Legrand. Since originating the lead in his sole Broadway musical, “Amour”, Errico has had a special affinity and understanding for his music and its meanings. On this evening, she’ll sing a few Legrand classics, among them “The Summ…
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
6 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/you-must-believe-spring-melissa-errico-presents-michel-legrand

Places That Unite: Creative Tools for Telling a Fuller Story, 3/12

Join the Historic House Trust and the Black Gotham Experience for a conversation on how to tell more inclusive narratives at historic sites. Through discussion and demonstration, panelists will share how long-silenced stories are now being told in meaningful ways. From live performance and culinary experiences to physically inhabiting spaces of trauma, find inspiration in those using interpretation, dialogue, and engagement to create more honest and inclusive historical narratives.
Panelists will include Food Studies PhD Scott Barton, Founder of the Slave Dwelling Project Joe McGill, Senior Director at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Sarah Pharaon, Historic Preservation Program Analyst with NYS Parks Cordell Reaves, and artist and singer Kimberly Wilson.
Black Gotham Experience 192 Front Street, Manhattan 6-8p; $free historichousetrust.org
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.historichousetrust.org

Two Elizas in Old New York (1875): Eliza Greatorex Picturing Eliza Jumel’s Mansion With Professor Katherine Manthorne, 3/12

Join as Professor Katherine Manthorne explores the interconnected lives of two influential women from 19th Century New York, Eliza Jumel and Eliza Pratt Greatorex. Eliza Jumel, a self-made woman who used her intellect to become one of the richest women in New York, was Morris-Jumel Mansion’s longest living resident. Four years after Jumel’s death, Eliza Pratt Greatorex was one of America’s most famous women artists and only female member of the National Academy of Design. Professor Manthorne’s illustrated presentation focuses on Pratt Greatorex’s folio volume Old New York: From the Battery to Bloomingdale (1875) in which the artist depicted the city’s threatened architectural landmarks during the post-Civil War building boom, including Morris-Jumel Mansion and its grounds. Enjoy this special preview of Manthorne’s forthcoming book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, which will be published in January 2021. Katherine Manthorne is a Professor of Art History at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and a specialist in American art and culture with attention to the contribution of women. Soon to be published by the University of California Press in Jan. 2021, her book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, brings back to life this feisty, remarkable figure and her extensive network of art women to shed light on the still-misunderstood visual culture of the post-Civil War years. Purchase tickets online.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
7 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/two-elizas-in-old-new-york-1875-eliza-greatorex-picturing-eliza-jumels-mansion-with-professor-katherine-manthorne

Art and Energy, 3/12

Art and science achieve the seemingly impossible, picturing the energy of the universe by making the invisible visible. Join Dr. Charles A. Riley Ph.D., director of the Nassau Museum of Art, and visual artist Scott McIntire, for a dialogue revealing the ways art permits us to understand the beauty of energy in ways that are beyond our ordinary perception. The star of a recent exhibition curated by Dr. Riley, McIntire manages to weave, subtly, issues of sustainability with a powerful aesthetic message in his highly original “Energy Field” series of paintings.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7:30 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864842&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Contemporary Art in Academic Environments, 3/13

Join us for a panel discussion and visual presentation focusing on the strategies and problems of the education process in the field of digital art, effective instruments of practical and theoretical learning, and multidisciplinary project-based approach. This program is organized in conjunction with the ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION on display in the Gregg and Marquis Galleries which explores ID as a phenomenon with a wide range of meanings – from the term in psychoanalysis (id) to the document that certifies one’s identity (ID) - from the forms of sociopolitical function of portraits to the images of mass culture and social networks.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864844&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Lower East Side Street Tree Care, 3/14

Come work with NYC Parks Stewardship to care for local street trees! Volunteers will learn how to aerate, cultivate, mulch, and identify street trees. They will also learn about the important roles street trees play in New York City. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty and closed-toed shoes. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Henry M. Jackson Playground, Manhattan
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/lower-east-side-street-tree-care

Everyday Ecologies, 3/14

Everyday Ecologies is a full-day conference held on Saturday, March 14 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. Experts across the fields of design, urban ecology, and social science will be speaking to how we support and exist within ecosystems, and how we can investigate new approaches in the world of urban ecological systems. To instigate new approaches, we have invited designers, planners, historians, and social scientists to talk about everyday ecosystems: the boundless communities we are part of—a cocktail of cultures crossing economic and class strata with overlapping gender, racial, and spiritual identities—that complement but also compete with each other and conflict internally for rights and means to perpetuate their cultural identities, social relations, and environmental resource needs and desires. Speakers will present the idea or theory that one of their projects is contested through design, planning, or projective research and analysis. Together, we aim to develop principles that will establish a foothold from which to launch new approaches and ideas for changing the complex world future generations will inherit. Featuring: Thaisa Way, Tim Maly, Kate Orff, Heather McMillen, Elizabeth Hénaff, Lindsay Campbell, Kristina Hill, Justin Garrett Moore, Andrew Bauer, Liz Barry, Andrea Parker, Sean Weiss, Julia Czerniak, Maria Villalobos, Sierra Bainbridge, Joy Bailey Bryant, Erika Svendsen, Denise Hoffman Brandt FREE with RSVP.
NYC Parks
Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Manhattan
9:30 AM - 5 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/everyday-ecologies

Dances of the World Day, 3/14

Join us for a culturally explorative day full of various dances from around the world including Latin American, African, Caribbean, and Harlem’s very own hip hop. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a friend for twice the fun! For accessibility information, contact LaSharn Cooper at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or call (212) 860-1373. RSVP on Eventbrite.
NYC Parks
Pelham Fritz Recreation Center (In Marcus Garvey Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/dances-of-the-world-day

Book Swap! 3/14

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM onward
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/07/book-swap

Wrong Story Mistold: Artist Reception for Barbara Jaye Wilson, 3/14

Please join us for the reception for the current exhibition at Ottendorfer, Wrong Story Mistold: Paintings by Barbara Jaye Wilson. Meet the artist and enjoy the exhibit.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/wrong-story-mistold-artist-reception-barbara-jaye-wilson

Queens

Zinemaking Workshop, 3/12

If you’re short on resources but long on ideas, zines are magic little books that let you publish what you care about and connect with others who care, too. They can be about anything and no two are quite the same.
With help from Aurora Diaz of art collective The Bettyz, we’ll learn how to establish and run a zine project, then collaborate on a one-off zine. Don’t worry — we’ll bring the paper, scissors and Polaroid. Happy hour is from 5-8p.
Nowadays 56-06 Cooper Avenue, Ridgewood 8p; $free nowadays.nyc/2020/03/12/zinemaking-workshop/
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Highland Park Forest Restoration, 3/13

Volunteers will learn how to identify and safely remove invasive plants in order to help create a healthier ecosystem. Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Lower Highland Playground (In Highland Park), Queens
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/13/highland-park-forest-restoration

Compost Giveback, 3/14

The NYC Compost Project Hosted by Queens Botanical Garden is giving away FREE compost! Although staff will be present to assist, please come prepared to fill and carry out your own bags. We will provide shovels and empty 7.5 gallon sandbags. The compost is made from residential food scraps collected locally and processed at QBG. Limit of 5 bags per registrant. This event takes place in QBG’s Parking Garden at 42-80 Crommelin Street, Flushing, NY. If you are interested in larger volumes of compost, please contact us at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or (718) 539-5296. Please note: Registration required. Please note you will not be given compost if you have not registered for this event. There are two sessions that you can register for: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Only one session registration is allowed per household; multiple-session registration will result in cancellation of one session.
NYC Parks
Queens Botanical Garden Parking Garden, Queens
7:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/compost-giveback

Rockaway Beach Cleanup, 3/14

Volunteer with the Stewardship Team at Rockaway Beach! Volunteers will be removing debris from the Rockaway Beach. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required.
NYC Parks
Dead End of Beach 56th Place (In Rockaway Beach), Queens
9:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/rockaway-beach-cleanup

Staten Island

Living With Deer, 3/8

Join the Urban Park Rangers to learn about deer. We will find signs of deer in the park (buck rubs, deer scat, deer prints, chewed twigs) on a hike outdoors, and share five tips to follow to promote a healthy coexistence with these animals.
NYC Parks
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/living-with-deer

Adult Canvas Painting, 3/9

Indulge in the art of painting with our popular canvas painting program that has everything but the wine! The projects created during this program will be guided, allowing participants of all skill levels to learn new techniques. Everyone paints the same design, but no artistry is alike!
South Beach Library
21-25 Robin Road, Staten Island, NY
4:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/adult-canvas-painting

Choose the Right Bin for You Workshop (NYC Compost Project), 3/14

There are many ways to compost, and many types of compost bins: big bins, small bins, short bins, tall bins! Does it need to have a lid? Can I keep it by my house? Can I make my own? You have questions. We have answers. This event is rain or shine. Free admission Registration requested here The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to rebuild NYC’s soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to make and use compost locally. Learn more: www.nyc.gov/compostproject
NYC Parks
Compost Demonstration Site (In Snug Harbor Cultural Center), Staten Island
11 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/choose-the-right-bin-for-you-workshop-nyc-compost-project

Winter Book Discussions @ Everything Goes Cafe: Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh, 3/14

What is it like to be a brain surgeon? How does it feel to hold someone’s life in your hands, to cut into the stuff that creates thought, feeling and reason? How do you live with the consequences of performing a potentially lifesaving operation when it all goes wrong?
With astonishing compassion and candor, leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reveals the fierce joy of operating, the profoundly moving triumphs, the harrowing disasters, the haunting regrets and the moments of black humor that charac…
St. George Library Center
5 Central Avenue, Staten Island, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/winter-book-discussions-everything-goes-cafe-do-no-harm-stories-life

Brooklyn

Exceedingly Good Song Night, 3/8

New York City's premier traditional/folk/roots singing session. Hosted by Ken Schatz. Sing and hear folk songs, blues, gospel, old-time, Appalachian, sea songs and chanteys, worksongs, ballads, railroad songs, prison songs, lullabies, forebitters, broadsides, hymns, vaudeville, camp songs, farming, mining and factory songs, country, bluegrass, spirituals, cowboy songs, English, Irish and Scottish Songs, labor and union songs, drinking songs, children’s songs, field hollers, music hall, love songs, and parodies.
Singers and listeners are welcome. Each Song Night, we have a loose theme to encourage people to learn new songs and remember ones they haven't sung in a while. If you'd like to lead a song, look for a traditional song or two that somehow fits our theme: Back and Forth.
315 Columbia Street, between Hamilton and Woodhull, Brooklyn 6-11p; $free jalopytheatre.org
Jalopy Theatre
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Big Irvs, 3/8

Big Irv's is back in action with a whole new showcase of the best storytelling this side of the river. Big talent in a tiny bodega. Can't miss.
Featuring Sam Dingman, Harmon Leon, Tracy Rowland, Jamie Beth Cohen, Edith Gonzales, and Calvin Cato. Plus two extra saucy open mic slots. With host Adam Selbst. This show is fun, free and BYOB so come on down.
Big Irvs 381 Hooper street, Brooklyn 7p doors, 7:30p show; $free
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

The Science of Vaccines, 3/11

In the last 70 years or so, vaccines have saved millions of lives. They are among the most effective, safest, and cheap medicines ever discovered by humankind. Still, questions about vaccines resonate across our communities and in the media. Do vaccines cause autism? Are they harmful? What about their ingredients? Is vaccination a personal choice? In this talk, Francesco presents the basic facts about vaccines, and he will discuss these and many other questions. Communities need vaccines, and vaccines need communities. Come for a talk and stay for discussion with other curious visitors.
Biotech Without Borders 33 Flatbush Avenue, fourth floor, Brooklyn 7-9p; $free eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829

Coney Island Beach Grass Planting, 3/14

Join NYC Parks Stewardship as we plant beach grass in Coney Island! Learn about the importance of this coastal area and what you can do to help. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and online registration is required.
NYC Parks
Riegelmann Boardwalk and 37th Street (In Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk), Brooklyn
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/coney-island-beach-grass-planting

Climate Change: Adapting in New York City, 3/14

Over the years, animals and plants have adapted to live in a city that's constantly changing. Join the Rangers for a hike through Prospect Park as we explore and learn more about its inhabitants.
NYC Parks
Prospect Park Picnic House (In Prospect Park), Brooklyn
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/climate-change-adapting-in-new-york-city
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2020.03.08 13:04 liferider09 A collection of free events - week of 3/8

I ignored many of the film events this week, and included some more volunteering (the free library films are usually around noon on weekdays). If you have more interest in the films during the day, let me know.
I also removed any emails that were in descriptions. You can still find them in the original posting.

Manhattan

Roger Morris Park - Garden Volunteer Day, 3/8

Whether you have a green thumb or just a curiosity for what makes the garden grow, all are welcome to volunteer in Roger Morris Park, the grounds of the Morris-Jumel Mansion, once a month under the supervision of NYC Parks. All tools and instructions are provided, just bring a willingness to get a little dirty as we beautify our special garden. Close-toed shoes are required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Please note: RSVP by emailing [email omitted, go to the website] and write \Volunteer\ in the subject line. Groups must RSVP by at least 14 days in advance.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/roger-morris-park-garden-volunteer-day
website: https://www.jalopytheatre.org

Asssscat 3000, 3/8

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
7:30 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72897

Author Talk- Kathy Iandoli: God Save the Queens, 3/9

For far too long, women in hip-hop have been relegated to the shadows, viewed as the designated “First Lady” thrown a contract, a pawn in some beef, or even worse. But as Kathy Iandoli makes clear, the reality is very different. Today, hip-hop is dominated by successful women such as Cardi B and Nicki Minaj, yet there are scores of female artists whose influence continues to resonate.
God Save the Queens pays tribute to the women of hip-hop—from the early work of Roxanne Shante, to hitmakers…
Yorkville Library, Meeting Room
222 East 79th Street, New York, NY
5:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/author-talk-kathy-iandoli-god-save-queens

Cairo: City of 1000 Minarets, 3/9

Join Iman R. Abdulfattah, PhD Candidate in Islamic Art and Archaeology at Universität Bonn, for a visual journey into the riches of the art and architecture of this important metropolis. When the Fatimid dynasty conquered Egypt in 969 AD, they founded a fortified palatine city to serve as their new administrative center. This new city, named al-Qahira – meaning “The Victorious” – gave the present capital its name. Since the 10th century, Cairo has served as a major center of the Islamicate world and seat of several important dynasties, reaching its apogee under the Mamluks (1250-1516 AD), who gave it an architectural character that symbolized the image of the Islamic city for centuries. These empires also left behind a staggering number of impressive buildings meant to emphasize courtly patronage and dominate the panorama of the city, lending Cairo the nickname of the City of 1,000 Minarets. Today, more than 400 extant registered historic Islamic monuments survive tucked away amid the modern urban sprawl, many of which remain largely overshadowed by their more ancient counterparts.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864838&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

The Improv Jam, 3/10

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
UCB Theatre Hells Kitchen
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
website: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72920

Why the Far Right Kills, 3/10

Why is this political faction, compared to others, so violent -- and what drives them to kill again and again? Researcher Chip Berlet, who has investigated the Far Right for forty years, will explain how the movement’s internal dynamic drives its participants into homicidal outbursts. Berlet will discuss the Far Right’s themes of demonization, scapegoating, conspiracism, and apocalypticism with journalist Talia Lavin, and they will offer their perspectives on how to deal with this toxic social current.
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research 15 West 16th Street, Manhattan 7p; $free yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.yivo.org/Why-the-Far-Right-Kills

Please Remit My Qubits Chapbook Launch, 3/10

Please join us for the celebration of the launch of Marie Hinson’s first chapbook, Please Remit My Qubits: a trans hex on quantum supremacy (2020, Operating System: AlteAltar). Marie will be reading with Sherese Francis, Zefyr Lisowski, and Joey De Jesus.
Marie Hinson is an artist practicing in film, writing, performance, and cinematography. Originally from the mountains of rural Appalachia, she now works and lives in New York City. She is an alum of the Philadelphia based artist collective Vox Populi. Her work has shown in group exhibitions and experimental film festivals as well as at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Anthology Film Archives, Scribe Video Center, Icebox Project Space, and Blackbox at Vox Populi. mariehinson.com Sherese Francis is a southeast Queens-based poet, text artist, workshop facilitator, and literary curator of the mobile library project, J. Expressions. She has published work in journals and anthologies including Cosmonauts Avenue, No Dear, Apex Magazine, La Pluma Y La Tinta’s New Voices Anthology, The Pierian Literary Review, Bone Bouquet, African Voices, Newtown Literary, Free Verse, and Near Kin: A Collection of Words and Arts Inspired by Octavia Butler. Additionally, she has published two chapbooks, Lucy’s Bone Scrolls and Variations on Sett/ling Seed/ling. Currently, she is a co-editor and board member of the small press, Harlequin Creature, and a core member of the Southeast Queens Artist Alliance. To find out more about her work, visit futuristicallyancient.com. Joey De Jesus is the author of HOAX (Operating System, 2020+), NOCT- The Threshold of Madness (The Atlas Review, 2019), and co-author, alongside Sade LaNay, of Writing Voice into the Archive vol. 1, organized and edited by Jennifer Tamayo with support from UC Berkeley’s Center for Race and Gender. Joey co-edits poetry at Apogee Journal, is an Advisory Board Member at No, Dear Magazine, and received the 2019-20 BRIC ArtFP Project Room Commission and 2017 NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Poetry. Poems have appeared in the Academy of American Poet’s Poem-A-Day, Bettering American Poetry, Barrow Street, BOAAT, The Brooklyn Rail, The Cortland Review, The Literary Review, Newtown Literary Alliance, Southern Humanities Review, and several other venues. Poems have been performed and/or installed in Artists Space, Basilica Soundscape, The New Museum, The Poetry Project and elsewhere. Zefyr Lisowski is a trans and queer writer, artist, and North Carolinian currently living in NYC. She’s a Poetry Co-editor for Apogee Journal and the author of Blood Box, winner of the Black River Editor’s Choice Award from Black Lawrence Press and forthcoming fall 2019; she’s also the author of the microchap Wolf Inventory (Ghost City Press, 2018) and is a 2019 Tin House Summer Workshop Fellow. Zefyr’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Lit Hub, Nat. Brut., Muzzle Magazine, and DIAGRAM, among many other places; she’s also received support from Sundress Academy for the Arts, McGill University, the New York Live Ideas Fest, and the 2019 CUNY Graduate Center Adjunct Incubator Grant for the arts. A 2018 nominee for the Pushcart Prize, she also goes by Zef.
Bluestockings
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
bluestockings.com
website: https://bluestockings.com/event/please-remit-my-qubits-chapbook-launch/?instance_id=212037

A Virtuoso Evening With Prize-Winning Pianist Kate Liu, 3/10

She is the Bronze Medal Winner of the 2015 International Chopin Competition in Warsaw and First Prize Winner of the 2010 New York International Piano Competition. Ever since these major awards, Liu’s schedule has been filled with memorable performances in Europe, Asia, and the United States. In a glowing review of her recital, the Washington Post calls her a “grand talent.” This concert is presented under the auspices of the Stecher and Horowitz Foundation. Works by Schumann and Brahms will be featured. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear one of today’s leading young pianists!
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864839&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Self-Care at Mulberry Street Library: March on Stress 3/11

We will make DIY stress balls. You can take them home and use them to help through difficult situations. We will end the program with a guided imagery story.
Mulberry Street Library
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
1 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/15/self-care-mulberry-street-library-march-stress

The Rheda S. Brandt Memorial Lecture: Engaging With Local Communities and Climate Change, 3/11

Returning lecturer Dr. Evangelos Kyriakidis of Kent University and Director of The Heritage Management Organization discusses his engagement projects. This global network — encompassing over five hundred members in more than seventy nations — was established in November of 2008. Its goal of instructing local key heritage managers has significantly transformed diverse cultural assets from decaying objects of study into dynamic sources of learning, community identity, and economic development. This international collaboration between knowledgeable stakeholders and professional partners offering their unique expertise becomes particularly crucial when adapting to climate change and protecting rare sites.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
6:30 PM
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864840&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Young Poets Reading, 3/11

At this year's event we will introduce three up-and-coming young poets. Beth Bachmann’s most recent volume is CEASE (2018), preceded by Temper (2009) and Do Not Rise (2015). She has won, among other awards, the Alice di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America. Adam Fitzgerald’s most recent volume is George Washington (2016). It was preceded by The Late Parade (2013). He teaches at Rutgers University. Shane McCrae’s most recent volume is The Gilded Auction Block (2019), preceded by five others, including Mule (2011), Blood (2013), and In the Language of My Captor (2017), the last a finalist for the National Book Award. He teaches at Columbia University.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
8 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864841&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Judy, 3/12

Synopsis:
Set in late 1968 and early 1969, Judy portrays Judy Garland hustling in Swinging London after successfully securing an engagement in Talk of the Town. Behind the scenes, her tumultuous life continues on, battling with her manager and her ex-husband. Directors Rupert Goold
Production year 2019, Rating PG-13, Studio Lions Gate Films, Inc., Runtime 118 minutes.
Cast
Finn Wittrock, Renée Zellweger, Rufus Sewell.
Kips Bay Library
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
3 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Arsenal Gallery Exhibition Opening: Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song, 3/12

Join NYC Parks for the opening reception for our new exhibition Alice Momm: The Gleaner's Song in the Arsenal Gallery. The Gleaner’s Song is a collection of mixed-media works, words, and photographs by artist Alice Momm, inspired by her daily, immersive walks in Central Park. The materials and impressions gathered on these rambles become the seeds of artworks that pay tribute to the ragged beauty of found objects in nature and honor the quiet dramas unfolding in unexpected places. While often humorous, the artworks reflect a deep concern for our environment and an appreciation of the interconnectedness of all living beings. This solo exhibition is Momm's love song to Central Park and an invitation to find wonder and joy in New York City’s parks. This event is FREE and open to the public. The exhibition is on display in the Arsenal Gallery on weekdays from March 13, 2020 through June 4, 2020. Please note that the Arsenal Gallery will be closed on Monday, May 25, 2020. Images: Alice Momm, Untitled from Gleaner's Song, 2017, bark, gouache, wire, paper; Central Park, Reaching Tree, 2019, digital photograph
NYC Parks
Arsenal (In Central Park), Manhattan
6 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/arsenal-gallery-exhibition-opening-alice-momm-the-gleaners-song

YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING: Melissa Errico Presents Michel Legrand, 3/12

Tony-nominated actress and New York Times columnist Melissa Errico brings to Lincoln Center a special concert and panel discussion, lit by her unique gift for both singing songs and speaking sense, devoted to one of her mentors, the late, great French composer Michel Legrand. Since originating the lead in his sole Broadway musical, “Amour”, Errico has had a special affinity and understanding for his music and its meanings. On this evening, she’ll sing a few Legrand classics, among them “The Summ…
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
6 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/12/you-must-believe-spring-melissa-errico-presents-michel-legrand

Places That Unite: Creative Tools for Telling a Fuller Story, 3/12

Join the Historic House Trust and the Black Gotham Experience for a conversation on how to tell more inclusive narratives at historic sites. Through discussion and demonstration, panelists will share how long-silenced stories are now being told in meaningful ways. From live performance and culinary experiences to physically inhabiting spaces of trauma, find inspiration in those using interpretation, dialogue, and engagement to create more honest and inclusive historical narratives.
Panelists will include Food Studies PhD Scott Barton, Founder of the Slave Dwelling Project Joe McGill, Senior Director at the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience Sarah Pharaon, Historic Preservation Program Analyst with NYS Parks Cordell Reaves, and artist and singer Kimberly Wilson.
Black Gotham Experience 192 Front Street, Manhattan 6-8p; $free historichousetrust.org
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.historichousetrust.org

Two Elizas in Old New York (1875): Eliza Greatorex Picturing Eliza Jumel’s Mansion With Professor Katherine Manthorne, 3/12

Join as Professor Katherine Manthorne explores the interconnected lives of two influential women from 19th Century New York, Eliza Jumel and Eliza Pratt Greatorex. Eliza Jumel, a self-made woman who used her intellect to become one of the richest women in New York, was Morris-Jumel Mansion’s longest living resident. Four years after Jumel’s death, Eliza Pratt Greatorex was one of America’s most famous women artists and only female member of the National Academy of Design. Professor Manthorne’s illustrated presentation focuses on Pratt Greatorex’s folio volume Old New York: From the Battery to Bloomingdale (1875) in which the artist depicted the city’s threatened architectural landmarks during the post-Civil War building boom, including Morris-Jumel Mansion and its grounds. Enjoy this special preview of Manthorne’s forthcoming book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, which will be published in January 2021. Katherine Manthorne is a Professor of Art History at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and a specialist in American art and culture with attention to the contribution of women. Soon to be published by the University of California Press in Jan. 2021, her book, Restless Enterprise: The Art and Life of Eliza Pratt Greatorex, brings back to life this feisty, remarkable figure and her extensive network of art women to shed light on the still-misunderstood visual culture of the post-Civil War years. Purchase tickets online.
NYC Parks
Morris-Jumel Mansion (In Roger Morris Park), Manhattan
7 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/12/two-elizas-in-old-new-york-1875-eliza-greatorex-picturing-eliza-jumels-mansion-with-professor-katherine-manthorne

Art and Energy, 3/12

Art and science achieve the seemingly impossible, picturing the energy of the universe by making the invisible visible. Join Dr. Charles A. Riley Ph.D., director of the Nassau Museum of Art, and visual artist Scott McIntire, for a dialogue revealing the ways art permits us to understand the beauty of energy in ways that are beyond our ordinary perception. The star of a recent exhibition curated by Dr. Riley, McIntire manages to weave, subtly, issues of sustainability with a powerful aesthetic message in his highly original “Energy Field” series of paintings.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7:30 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864842&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Contemporary Art in Academic Environments, 3/13

Join us for a panel discussion and visual presentation focusing on the strategies and problems of the education process in the field of digital art, effective instruments of practical and theoretical learning, and multidisciplinary project-based approach. This program is organized in conjunction with the ID. ART:TECH EXHIBITION on display in the Gregg and Marquis Galleries which explores ID as a phenomenon with a wide range of meanings – from the term in psychoanalysis (id) to the document that certifies one’s identity (ID) - from the forms of sociopolitical function of portraits to the images of mass culture and social networks.
The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park S, New York, NY
7 PM
The National Arts Club
website: https://www.nationalartsclub.org/default.aspx?p=.NETEventView&ID=3864844&qfilter=&type=0&ssid=0&chgs=

Lower East Side Street Tree Care, 3/14

Come work with NYC Parks Stewardship to care for local street trees! Volunteers will learn how to aerate, cultivate, mulch, and identify street trees. They will also learn about the important roles street trees play in New York City. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty and closed-toed shoes. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Henry M. Jackson Playground, Manhattan
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/lower-east-side-street-tree-care

Everyday Ecologies, 3/14

Everyday Ecologies is a full-day conference held on Saturday, March 14 at the Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. Experts across the fields of design, urban ecology, and social science will be speaking to how we support and exist within ecosystems, and how we can investigate new approaches in the world of urban ecological systems. To instigate new approaches, we have invited designers, planners, historians, and social scientists to talk about everyday ecosystems: the boundless communities we are part of—a cocktail of cultures crossing economic and class strata with overlapping gender, racial, and spiritual identities—that complement but also compete with each other and conflict internally for rights and means to perpetuate their cultural identities, social relations, and environmental resource needs and desires. Speakers will present the idea or theory that one of their projects is contested through design, planning, or projective research and analysis. Together, we aim to develop principles that will establish a foothold from which to launch new approaches and ideas for changing the complex world future generations will inherit. Featuring: Thaisa Way, Tim Maly, Kate Orff, Heather McMillen, Elizabeth Hénaff, Lindsay Campbell, Kristina Hill, Justin Garrett Moore, Andrew Bauer, Liz Barry, Andrea Parker, Sean Weiss, Julia Czerniak, Maria Villalobos, Sierra Bainbridge, Joy Bailey Bryant, Erika Svendsen, Denise Hoffman Brandt FREE with RSVP.
NYC Parks
Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture, Manhattan
9:30 AM - 5 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/everyday-ecologies

Dances of the World Day, 3/14

Join us for a culturally explorative day full of various dances from around the world including Latin American, African, Caribbean, and Harlem’s very own hip hop. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a friend for twice the fun! For accessibility information, contact LaSharn Cooper at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or call (212) 860-1373. RSVP on Eventbrite.
NYC Parks
Pelham Fritz Recreation Center (In Marcus Garvey Park), Manhattan
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/dances-of-the-world-day

Book Swap! 3/14

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM onward
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/07/book-swap

Wrong Story Mistold: Artist Reception for Barbara Jaye Wilson, 3/14

Please join us for the reception for the current exhibition at Ottendorfer, Wrong Story Mistold: Paintings by Barbara Jaye Wilson. Meet the artist and enjoy the exhibit.
Ottendorfer Library
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/wrong-story-mistold-artist-reception-barbara-jaye-wilson

Queens

Zinemaking Workshop, 3/12

If you’re short on resources but long on ideas, zines are magic little books that let you publish what you care about and connect with others who care, too. They can be about anything and no two are quite the same.
With help from Aurora Diaz of art collective The Bettyz, we’ll learn how to establish and run a zine project, then collaborate on a one-off zine. Don’t worry — we’ll bring the paper, scissors and Polaroid. Happy hour is from 5-8p.
Nowadays 56-06 Cooper Avenue, Ridgewood 8p; $free nowadays.nyc/2020/03/12/zinemaking-workshop/
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Highland Park Forest Restoration, 3/13

Volunteers will learn how to identify and safely remove invasive plants in order to help create a healthier ecosystem. Come dressed in sturdy boots or shoes, long pants, and clothing that can get dirty. Volunteers are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone.
NYC Parks
Lower Highland Playground (In Highland Park), Queens
9 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/13/highland-park-forest-restoration

Compost Giveback, 3/14

The NYC Compost Project Hosted by Queens Botanical Garden is giving away FREE compost! Although staff will be present to assist, please come prepared to fill and carry out your own bags. We will provide shovels and empty 7.5 gallon sandbags. The compost is made from residential food scraps collected locally and processed at QBG. Limit of 5 bags per registrant. This event takes place in QBG’s Parking Garden at 42-80 Crommelin Street, Flushing, NY. If you are interested in larger volumes of compost, please contact us at [email omitted, go to the website to find it] or (718) 539-5296. Please note: Registration required. Please note you will not be given compost if you have not registered for this event. There are two sessions that you can register for: 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Only one session registration is allowed per household; multiple-session registration will result in cancellation of one session.
NYC Parks
Queens Botanical Garden Parking Garden, Queens
7:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/compost-giveback

Rockaway Beach Cleanup, 3/14

Volunteer with the Stewardship Team at Rockaway Beach! Volunteers will be removing debris from the Rockaway Beach. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and registration is required.
NYC Parks
Dead End of Beach 56th Place (In Rockaway Beach), Queens
9:30 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/rockaway-beach-cleanup

Staten Island

Living With Deer, 3/8

Join the Urban Park Rangers to learn about deer. We will find signs of deer in the park (buck rubs, deer scat, deer prints, chewed twigs) on a hike outdoors, and share five tips to follow to promote a healthy coexistence with these animals.
NYC Parks
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/08/living-with-deer

Adult Canvas Painting, 3/9

Indulge in the art of painting with our popular canvas painting program that has everything but the wine! The projects created during this program will be guided, allowing participants of all skill levels to learn new techniques. Everyone paints the same design, but no artistry is alike!
South Beach Library
21-25 Robin Road, Staten Island, NY
4:30 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/09/adult-canvas-painting

Choose the Right Bin for You Workshop (NYC Compost Project), 3/14

There are many ways to compost, and many types of compost bins: big bins, small bins, short bins, tall bins! Does it need to have a lid? Can I keep it by my house? Can I make my own? You have questions. We have answers. This event is rain or shine. Free admission Registration requested here The NYC Compost Project, created by the NYC Department of Sanitation (DSNY) in 1993, works to rebuild NYC’s soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills, and opportunities they need to make and use compost locally. Learn more: www.nyc.gov/compostproject
NYC Parks
Compost Demonstration Site (In Snug Harbor Cultural Center), Staten Island
11 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/choose-the-right-bin-for-you-workshop-nyc-compost-project

Winter Book Discussions @ Everything Goes Cafe: Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death, and Brain Surgery by Henry Marsh, 3/14

What is it like to be a brain surgeon? How does it feel to hold someone’s life in your hands, to cut into the stuff that creates thought, feeling and reason? How do you live with the consequences of performing a potentially lifesaving operation when it all goes wrong?
With astonishing compassion and candor, leading neurosurgeon Henry Marsh reveals the fierce joy of operating, the profoundly moving triumphs, the harrowing disasters, the haunting regrets and the moments of black humor that charac…
St. George Library Center
5 Central Avenue, Staten Island, NY
2 PM
https://www.nypl.org
website: https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/03/14/winter-book-discussions-everything-goes-cafe-do-no-harm-stories-life

Brooklyn

Exceedingly Good Song Night, 3/8

New York City's premier traditional/folk/roots singing session. Hosted by Ken Schatz. Sing and hear folk songs, blues, gospel, old-time, Appalachian, sea songs and chanteys, worksongs, ballads, railroad songs, prison songs, lullabies, forebitters, broadsides, hymns, vaudeville, camp songs, farming, mining and factory songs, country, bluegrass, spirituals, cowboy songs, English, Irish and Scottish Songs, labor and union songs, drinking songs, children’s songs, field hollers, music hall, love songs, and parodies.
Singers and listeners are welcome. Each Song Night, we have a loose theme to encourage people to learn new songs and remember ones they haven't sung in a while. If you'd like to lead a song, look for a traditional song or two that somehow fits our theme: Back and Forth.
315 Columbia Street, between Hamilton and Woodhull, Brooklyn 6-11p; $free jalopytheatre.org
Jalopy Theatre
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Big Irvs, 3/8

Big Irv's is back in action with a whole new showcase of the best storytelling this side of the river. Big talent in a tiny bodega. Can't miss.
Featuring Sam Dingman, Harmon Leon, Tracy Rowland, Jamie Beth Cohen, Edith Gonzales, and Calvin Cato. Plus two extra saucy open mic slots. With host Adam Selbst. This show is fun, free and BYOB so come on down.
Big Irvs 381 Hooper street, Brooklyn 7p doors, 7:30p show; $free
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

The Science of Vaccines, 3/11

In the last 70 years or so, vaccines have saved millions of lives. They are among the most effective, safest, and cheap medicines ever discovered by humankind. Still, questions about vaccines resonate across our communities and in the media. Do vaccines cause autism? Are they harmful? What about their ingredients? Is vaccination a personal choice? In this talk, Francesco presents the basic facts about vaccines, and he will discuss these and many other questions. Communities need vaccines, and vaccines need communities. Come for a talk and stay for discussion with other curious visitors.
Biotech Without Borders 33 Flatbush Avenue, fourth floor, Brooklyn 7-9p; $free eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829
http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-science-of-vaccines-tickets-95310017829

Coney Island Beach Grass Planting, 3/14

Join NYC Parks Stewardship as we plant beach grass in Coney Island! Learn about the importance of this coastal area and what you can do to help. Volunteers should dress in clothes that can get dirty, close-toed shoes, and warm layers. They are also encouraged to bring their own water bottles. Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by a chaperone. Please note: Space is limited and online registration is required.
NYC Parks
Riegelmann Boardwalk and 37th Street (In Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk), Brooklyn
10 AM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/coney-island-beach-grass-planting

Climate Change: Adapting in New York City, 3/14

Over the years, animals and plants have adapted to live in a city that's constantly changing. Join the Rangers for a hike through Prospect Park as we explore and learn more about its inhabitants.
NYC Parks
Prospect Park Picnic House (In Prospect Park), Brooklyn
1 PM
https://www.nycgovparks.org
website: https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/03/14/climate-change-adapting-in-new-york-city
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2020.02.06 13:26 Handfullofkeys I’m a US citizen aboard the Diamond Princess quarantined off the coast of Yokohama, Japan. AMA!

PICTURES HAVE BEEN REMOVED - THE SITE I WAS USING WAS REDIRECTING TO INAPPROPRIATE SITES. WILL POST TO BLOG.
I’ll post up to date, first hand information in real time regarding the Diamond Princess.
Verification #2! https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/irving-newlyweds-among-americans-on-quarantined-cruise/2307408/%3famp
My blog: https://www.thetorrestravels.com/
Official Princess Cruise statements:
https://www.princess.com/news/notices_and_advisories/notices/diamond-princess-update.html
Edit: Thanks for all of the awards!
Disclaimer: this verification/picture has nothing to do with the corona beer company. Please ask before using any pictures on this post. All rights reserved (c) 2020 Tyler Torres.
To those who have asked, here is our dog that we miss very much! Meet Remy:
Also, to the requests of wedding pictures:
Article I found of a crew member interview:
https://barcielonda.wordpress.com/2020/02/09/working-on-a-quarantined-ship-an-interview/
Update: this post has gotten huge! I’ll reply to everyone as I can, and will post more updates as they come.
Local time: 2/7/2020
08:08 What seems to be a military truck showed up on port? Will update here as I can. There are men in camo that are port side.
09:00 We got fresh towels! To those on the ship, just call your attendant periodically. They are washing towels every now and again and can offer fresh ones.
09:41 Interviewed with a Japanese newspaper. There are now two military trucks and 5 ambulances, all in hazmat suits - imagining more people will be taken ashore for treatment. The food situation has gotten MUCH better - we went to bed hungry and thirsty, but are actually full now.
09:57 41 new cases for a total of 61 cases on board. Lots of news crews, helicopters, and ambulances arriving. No news has been shared from Princess Cruises - we learned from the news. The help desk told us that those who have tested negative will be notified as well.
10:28 Thermometers and gloves will be delivered to every stateroom. Gloves and masks must be worn for open deck time. Temperature must be recorded at regular intervals - any temperature higher than 37.5c must be reported. The cruise line is doing the very best that they can, and seem to have a system in place now that works.
15:29 Just woke up from a much needed nap - lunch came! Still 1-2 dozen ambulances out. Someone in our hallway was taken away. It feels a bit like the hunger games with uncertainty of who will be plucked next. Lunch is really nice today - much like the dining hall meals. Now our only issues are uncertainty and boredom, plus of course confinement and lack of exercise.
16:29 Worthy update.. I think booze is for sale?
16:58 We found out some of our aussie friends were told that they were negative. Huge relief, as they sat next to us for the two weeks of the cruise at dinner!
18:05 Japanese authorities continue to take people off the boat, with about a dozen people to go, looks like. People are getting roughly an hours notice before being removed from the boat. Situation on the boat is good - we’re still stuck to the cabins but making the most of the situation. We’ve actually been busy today with everything online! We’ve interviewed with a japanese newspaper and Chinese news site today, with an American news channel tonight/tomorrow. People have reached out to us to see if we can get supplies delivered. Y’all have been so kind and responsive, we really appreciate it!
18:30 We learned that some people were separated from their husbands today due to being tested positive. Their spouses are not allowed to join them. Wonder if those spouses are being re-tested? Our status has yet to be confirmed.
18:51 Dinner is here! Food situation remains to be great. When I catch up with replies, I’ll work on getting a photo album up.
19:35 Read on our Facebook thread that people are not being reimbursed by travel insurance due to the fact that it’s an epidemic. In one case, a news journalist reached out to an insurer asking about why they weren’t covering us - turns out, they changed their mind and covered them! Hopefully either we can get coverage, OR the cruise line does the right thing for lost wages, lost time, uncertainty, and just in general the situation that none of us can control.
19:40
41 new cases with a total of 61. This concludes the 273 originally tested. Happy to say that my wife and I are NEGATIVE!
Nationality breakdown: Argentina: 1 Australia: 5 Canada: 5 Japan: 21 American: 8 Britain: 1
Quarantine official end date is Wednesday, 2/19/2020, unless further developments are made by the Japanese health ministry. The US embassy is working to get us off the boat on this date. Until then, cabin confinement will be a thing, along with visits to the open deck every day on a rotating schedule. Not everyone will get to go each day. Tomorrow, ocean view staterooms can go outside. All interior cabins have been able to see light today. Mandatory masks/gloves will be worn.
The Japanese health ministry has provided us with additional doctors and medical staff to assist with the ongoing situation.
We’ve been provided with even more water, and have two gallons stockpiled of bottled water. The cruise ship is well stocked, and passengers are being well taken care of. Cabin fever and keeping occupied is the major challenge for many of us, though puzzles are being handed out, origami paper, and many movies are being added. The cruise line has really come together to make the best of the situation. Broadband speeds have greatly increased, and are free. They’re also working on in-room activities to keep us occupied. A new food/beverage menu is being developed. They’ve addressed that being confined is a tough situation, and truly are making quality of life better.
Balconies have been addressed - we can go out as we please, but are required to wear masks.
The crew has done an amazing job through extraordinary circumstances, and Princess Cruises has really stepped to the plate today. The captain has been much more vocal today - I can’t imagine the stress that’s being put on him between the company, embassies, the Japanese government, and passengers frustrations.
Tomorrow morning at about 08:00, the Diamond Princess will set sail to sea for normal marine operations (I.e, making water), and will return in the evening back to Yokohama’s daikoku cruise terminal.
I’ll have more updates tomorrow - off to watch a movie with the wife! Things are good, and today, we had BACON. Our clogged arteries are happy! Next adventure starts tomorrow.
2/8/2020 07:13 Replied to many comments/Facebook, about to interview with channel 5 in DFW. There are a couple ambulances out but from our understanding everyone was taken off who was positive last night.
08:21 First person has been taken off the ship. Just finished interviewing with Chanel 5 in DFW - will be on at 22:00 central standard time.
08:44 Noticed a few suitcases and people that look like they’re boarding - I’m thinking that these were the Japanese medical professionals that they were talking about.
08:55 The president of Princess Cruises is here in japan working to make sure the cruise remains comfortable for its passengers. A few passengers reported fevers and are being checked by medical staff - that’s what the ambulances are for. A consoling hotline has been opened for guests aboard the cruise. We will shortly set sail to perform essential marine activities off the coast of japan. We will arrive back to Yokohama on 2/9/2020, 0900. They are warning for rough seas such as the other night. Breakfast has just arrived! Looking good food wise again.
In other news, we talked to some crew and asked how they were doing. They stated that they are hanging in there, but not sleeping too well due to the increased workload. It’s going to be a long two weeks for them - they’re working incredibly hard!
09:26
The princess diamond just tooted it’s horn and is now off to sea!
11:31 Deck 8 even room numbers with an ocean view window can go to the open deck now for a bit.
13:48 Confirmed: 2 additional coronavirus cases, total is now 63. One Chinese citizen, and one US citizen. 28 medical staff were let on board (16 doctors, 12, nurses), and clerks. Negotiations are being made to get laundry done as well as staterooms cleaned by attendants for the first time in nearly a week. There is a designated smoking area being negotiated for specific times for people to smoke. Nicotine gum is also available. The Captain is thankful for our cooperation, and quarantine officials are happy with how we are handling procedures. Entertainment services: movies are continuously being uploaded. Education on coronavirus is also posted on our stateroom TV. Medications will be handed out to passengers throughout the day.
14:30 More people allowed onto the decks from the 10th floor balconies, separated on the 7th floor open deck & the 15th floor.
15:40 Just interviewed with NHK and will be on at 19:00 local time in tokyo - it will be broadcasted through japan and internationally. We get to go outside for the first time in 20 minutes!
16:43 We’ll be meeting with the Japanese coast guard at around 18:30 for samples to be taken off the ship, and more medication to be delivered. We are approx. 15 nautical miles away from land. Logistics of sorting so much medication is difficult, but the most critical of medications are being delivered first. Emergency medication is available if needed.
People who now have fevers/coughs are being watched are not allowed to be on the open decks.
It looks like it’s approved for some guests services to be resumed on a rotation basis - a plan is being made for laundry, and stateroom cleaning (thank god.. that toilet needs some help).
Detergents will be delivered for hand washing clothes as well.
We just were able to be outside from 1600-1700. It was amazing to be outside for the first time in six days! Things are really looking up!
Around 20:00 A reminder was made by the captain that there is counseling support available via phone in English, Japanese, and other languages. Japanese coast guard operation underway - medication is being delivered via helicopter to the coast guard boats, then delivered using said boats. Samples are being offloaded. Bandwidth continues to be upgraded, though is choppy at sea. Ongoing communication with the US embassy japan is being made, and the procedures we are following mirrors that required of the Japanese government. The US CDC advises that we are following the safest protocol to prevent viral infections on cruise ships (passengers remaining in staterooms. Embassies and governments from other countries are also in contact. Tomorrow morning, balcony staterooms will finish going outside before interior staterooms start over again on rotation.
2/9/2020
08:28 We just got breakfast.. was really hoping for breakfast to be the best meal of the day due to the last two days being pretty decent. Today we’re back to pastries and two boiled eggs. Yikes. Also, now docking to daikoku pier in Yokahama, japan. I count 8 ambulances lined up - either on standby or here for new cases?
08:43 Looks like supplies are here. In the process of docking. Very busy on the ground. Japanese authorities requesting people to not feed the birds croissants.
09:23 Not looking good out there. 14 ambulances, hazmat suits and all. No news has been given as of yet. LOTS of supplies being loaded.
09:42 Medication delivery is a logistical nightmare due to the volume of medications - in one case, a man has been out of anti-hypertensives for six days and is starting to worry d/t chest discomfort. There are now 15 ambulances outside. Supposedly, Princess was charging 18% gratuity for room service, but after being mentioned on Twitter all costs were dropped. There are no longer room service fees. We’ve heard from a friend on the westerdam cruise from holland America that isn’t being allowed to dock. No talk of compensation for lost wages, etc. have been made from Princess, but holland America has issued a 100% refund with a 50% discount on a future cruise. We are hoping that princess will do the same. We didn’t save for the trip expecting a lengthy quarantine.
11:47 Verification of sights outside our room.
12:17 Someone is being loaded into an ambulance, with two lined up behind it it appears. One is pulled up to the ship with a blue tarp over the back.
12:36 Announcement from the captain: several guests are ill, but not related to coronavirus. They will be taken off the ship today. Medications are still being dispensed. Hopefully these I’ll passengers were not related to lack of medication! Laundry services approved, and will be offered on a deck to deck basis. More information to follow when available. No new news from the health ministry of japan.
13:00 Food situation is pretty hard to get down due to taste (not really sure why it’s downgraded quite so much being that 2/7 was so awesome), but they’re loading it up with rice to fill people. Many people who are afraid of the virus aren’t wanting to eat. We’re doing fine - just continuing to look at the bright side of things!
14:32 6 people diagnosed with coronavirus, bringing the total to 69. They are being offloaded along with (correction - 9 people) that have other medical conditions for a total of 15 getting off today. All of these people will be quarantined.
15:35 No new activity other than more allowed out to the open decks, BUT this couple got wine delivered by a drone! Hilarious!
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7981025/Gold-Coast-couple-quarantined-Diamond-Princess-Cruise-Ship-wine-delivered-drone.html
15:50 Mail from the US embassy: to sum, at the end of these 14 days we will be able to leave the boat unrestricted. A field pharmacy with 7 pharmacists is active aboard, and over half of all medication requests will be delivered to guests today. Per CDC, my wife is getting the chuckles with the following rules.. “wear a face mask and keep a distance of 6 feet away from your cabin mate, if you have one.”
18:58 Captain update: a Letter from the president of Princess Cruises will be issued regarding refunds and compensation tonight, as well as laundry powder. Laundry services now available on a rotating basis for small loads. Looks like tomorrow we will be able to get out again due to an updated schedule - we’re really excited to go again! Today has been a good day. Dinner also arrived - not bad, it was tasty! Never going to have rice in my life again though after this quarantine. Send thoughts to stateroom attendants, though. Some of them are getting as little as 3 hours of sleep in this situation. Day five, complete!
21:47 Update before I forget on the ventilation system.. CDC said in a letter sent to us that the ventilation system isn’t a concern in spreading the virus, as there is not really any evidence to show that it’s an issue. Off to bed for us, will continue to update in the morning! Thank you all for the support.
22:22 HUGE UPDATE! 100% refund for all cruise guests and a 100% future cruise credit equal to the price that we paid for this cruise if used before 2/28/2021. All reasonable charges dropped from our onboard folio, and no further costs will be incurred during the quarantine period. All pre/post hotels, transfers, pre-paid excursions, taxes/port, and princess airline travel will be fully refunded. Arrangements will be made for travel home for guests. We already have a delta flight pre-booked that we’ve had moved around. Thank you so much Princess for doing the right thing - this makes being out of work and being stuck away from home much easier for the lot of us! Thank you to the crew for working extra hard to keep us safe.
2/10/2020
06:30 Just woke up - got in touch with family/friends. Outside, we see only two ambulances and a van. WFAA interview rescheduled due to breaking news in Dallas - new time will be tomorrow. No new news as of yet.
07:15 A few cars showed up behind the ambulances - nothing too exciting.
07:35 Breakfast is here! Scrambled egg sandwich, a muffin, a pastry, grapes, an orange, yogurt, and two cookies. Cookies for breakfast? I’m in! 😂 “A chocolate chip cookie for breakfast? I am so happy! That’s legit!”- the wife
08:31 6 ambulances w/ some cars are parked outside. No ambulances are pulled up to the boat, so looks like as of now we’re in the clear! More supplies are here now, looks like.
08:54 Found out that a lady in the room right next to us had to be taken off the ship d/t having the virus. She says she’s doing okay.
09:54 A motor coach just pulled up and parked next to the 6 ambulances. Not really sure what the motor coach is here for? Some military vehicles are here as well. About to do a sound check with the mark davis show.
12:30 They just delivered N95 masks, we’re excited to finally be protected! In other news, medications continue to be dispensed, but some people on our Facebook page are taking their medications every other day, some running out of Parkinson’s medication, etc. Rough situation, really hope the logistics are worked out and it’s resolved! There are additional pharmacists onboard now.
12:44 Captain announcement: extended break till 1400 for deck time in order to not interrupt lunch. Some complaints have been made about announcements being too frequent, but we actually think this is perfect - the captain read a comment from a guest - he says “Knowing is better than guessing, and not knowing.” They’re working on having fewer announcements by possibly putting the deck times on a paper delivered to our room. I’d like to thank you all for being so supportive of my wife and I!
13:06 Update that many of you have been asking about: the world health organization has clarified that the end date of quarantine is 2/19. For those closely in contact with newly infected people (for example, roommates of a newly infected person), the quarantine is extended to 14 days from the date of last contact with the infected individuals.
13:40 Food came! Salmon, pasta salad, a roll, and some sort of desert (I’m not actually sure what it was). We’re settling down for a movie now while waiting for our outside time that is coming!
14:40 Rumor has it that there are 60 new cases. We haven’t been given any information as of yet, and I can’t find any news on it yet. HOWEVER this is what we see outside. People are beginning to put on full protection suits - looking like more are likely to be taken off. At this point, we’re kind of just wishing that all passengers would be tested. Again, we have no confirmation as of yet on the new cases.
14:43 more ambulances arriving, sirens on.
14:45 Fire trucks and ambulances have pulled up to the ship where passengers have been offloaded the past few days. PS fire trucks/water rescue are normal in these kinds of operations in japan.
14:51 A news helicopter is on scene with news crews pulled up to the side. Here’s a picture of what seems to be the Japanese military building a tunnel (presumably for passenger offloading) and an ambulance pulling up for pickup.
15:05 The captain has made an announcement. He recognizes that there is lots of activity on the ground. He is waiting for the Japanese health ministry to send an official communication to the cruise line in order to provide accurate information. Meanwhile, it’s almost our turn to go outside. Honestly, we’re considering skipping our outside time to stay safe, but are pretty desperate to stretch our legs.
15:09 The first ambulance has pulled away, and another is pulling up. Spoke with a neighbor a few balconies across from me - he says he’s not going out on the open decks in fear of getting the virus and extending his quarantine.
15:17 A view of what’s going on now.
15:57 Confirmed by captain: 66 new cases of coronavirus on the Diamond Princess. There were 69 total yesterday, bringing the total to 135 today. This was to be expected this early in the quarantine period, as many of these individuals were exposed prior to the quarantine start.
16:30 Just got inside from our time on the open deck. Here are some inside views.
18:29 Captain announcement. Coronavirus cases reduced from 66 to 65, 5 of which are crew members. Total count reduced from 135 to 134. Interior staterooms will get priority for natural sunlight - balconies time will be reduced, however they will still be able to go out onto the open deck from time to time. The captain stated that he noticed some people on the balcony stretching and getting a workout, then teased and said “I have to say.. the port side did better.” Mail services now in place, and instructions will be delivered to our rooms. He addressed the ventilation system - air is filtered & 100% fresh air is being delivered to our staterooms. No reason to worry about the virus being spread through rooms. He thanked and praised everyone on board for their extraordinary patience and support.
18:36 Dinner is here! My wife got pasta and marinara, I got some sort of shrimp on rice. I repeat - when we get home, we’re never having rice again. 😳 We got some lemon bars too!
19:04 Embassy email - confirms that princess/carnival clean their air through and through, and there is no risk to passengers. They provided this video for all Americans aboard.
https://youtu.be/zmAXT-AIyjs
21:56 Medication has arrived for us, hopefully meaning that most of the ship has received theirs.
23:30 We’ve finished our radio interviews with Mark Davis & WBAP, and winding down for bed. Tomorrow morning we interview with a news station (WFAA), then set your sea for the day to preform vital marine operations (dumping waste, making water). Thank you all again for the support, and I will update in the morning!
Special shoutout to u/CausticSaint - we got a care package delivered to our room from he and his wife.
Words can’t begin to express how thankful we are. WE HAVE TOOTHPASTE!
2/11/2020 06:30 Woke up to get ready for our interview from a DFW news source, WFAA. Shortly after, NBC. No new news as of yet, but we opened the window to find quite a few ambulances! Here’s the view:
08:00 We got breakfast! It came in the middle of one of our interviews, but we got small egg sandwich, one croissant, and a muffin. No fruit or yogurt today. We’re all wondering where the menu is for today - last time we didn’t get a menu was at the start of the quarantine. It’s not just us - the people around us haven’t received a menu either. The help desk is checking with meal services. WFAA will be aired at 10pm central time.
08:26 Current look outside - many more ambulances, people are being taken off the boat now. Nothing confirmed as of yet.
08:46 Looks like we’re fueling up today.
09:00 The sound of sirens is in the air today! Probably about 5-6 going off at once. Truly feels like we’re in a apocalyptic movie at this point with now 32 ambulances parked outside. There are military vehicles with a big Red Cross on them as well - assuming military medical staff.
9:21 Captain states a good morning, and states that we’re ready to face a day of challenges strong and united. He says updates will be given as available. The diamond princess will set sail around 1200, give or take a few hours depending on timing of complications on the ground (loading supplies,, disembarking guests and crew). We will be headed southeast out to sea to make water and dump waste. We will turn around after that to return to daikoku pier. Wind speeds around 55km/hr when out to sea, and the waters shouldn’t be quite as bad this time. They’ve plotted the best possible course to minimize rocking. He reminded us to check our temperature/wear masks, and joked that we are all experts by now. He also reminded us to remain hydrated - we now have quite a bit of water. Every guest has had a chance to send in laundry now. The laundry that my wife and I sent last night should arrive soon. A rotation from deck to deck has been made. He concluded with “let’s tackle this day together.”
11:48 Took a short nap - we were tired from the day before, and the wife had a bit of a headache. Up now - they’re handing out vitamin C tablet bottles to interior staterooms to prevent deficiency.. don’t want anyone getting scurvy! Again, they’re getting priority over natural light so they don’t develop a vitamin D deficiency.
12:00 Captain announcement: the ambulances outside aren’t for new cases. They weren’t done offloading passengers from the previous day. 32 out of 65 have been taken off so far. They are prioritizing disembarkation of guests/crew based on acuity. A small percentage of waste is being taken off by the trucks we thought were fuel trucks currently, giving us more time to stay in port. Our new time of departure is 1700-1800. IT system managers have gotten in contact regarding internet - Princesses goal is to provide the best internet at sea, but being as we’ve had such high traffic these last few days, internet disruptions have occurred. We were wondering about that! They are aware of the issue, and working on fixing it. Medications are nearly finished being dispensed. Any urgent medication is available if needed. The crew continues to receive high praise over social media/letters, and are keeping spirits high. The crew are grateful of the huge support.
12:45 Lunch has arrived! I think Reddit worked - NO RICE! 😍 And it’s really good! Tomorrow’s selections look great too. Princess continues to step up their game to handle this situation. Here’s the food that arrived. I’ll post some pics of food during the first few days of quarantine in a bit.
14:00
There is a bus being loaded with people who are disembarking.
PS: Just to clarify on the WFAA interview.. we don’t think the conditions are brutal as stated by news reporters. We think Princess Cruises are doing an amazing job handling the situation, and doing their very best. Food is much better today, we have enough time on our balcony to get fresh air, and have plenty to keep us entertained. People in interior rooms are being given vitamin C, and have priority over open deck time for natural light. Ready for more space to stretch our legs, but we’re doing just fine! We think our interview may have been short due to poor connection. NBC on the other hand did a great job portraying how we’re doing!
16:13 Captain announcement - all 65 coronavirus positive passengers are now disembarked. Several more of our fellow cruisers were taken to local hospitals for shoreside care unrelated to the coronavirus. We’re worried that this may have been related to medication. The Japanese health ministry has provided us with 45 doctors, 55 nurses, and 45 pharmacists, most of which are volunteers. What a huge service! He reassured that the ventilation system is adequate for control of the virus. The internet continues to be upgraded/fixed, and will be up shortly.
Apparently there was a power ranger in a boat entertaining people toddy while they were out on the open decks. People really were enjoying him until the police shoo’d him away.
PS to Japanese readers, happy Founders Day!
18:25 We are completely finished offloading all guests who needed to be hospitalized. We are just about to set sail in a southeasterly direction to preform essential marine operations. According to the Japanese ministry of health, 1850 guests requested medication - all of these requests have been filled. Some medication was unable to be delivered due to brands not being available in Japan - generics are being hunted down. 8 days to go! Dinner is here, here it is! Looks are deceiving. We knew it would be a rough night, but we ended up just heating up some instant noodles that we had. I gave my wife my beef. This is the first time that I’ve seen my wife get visibly upset over food and miss good food. Usually I’m the foodie!
20:53 The Japanese coast guard boats are joining us tonight for if in the case we need assistance. Well underway to sea, and hardly can see land lights at this point. We will get back into Tokyo Bay and to daikoku pier, Yokohama at around 0900. It’s been a long day for us - we’re throwing in the towel early tonight. More updates to come in the morning - good night!
2/12/2020 7:00 Good morning everyone! Woke up and still at sea - looks like we have just two more hours before docking. We were contacted by a lot of people this morning. We’ll interview with CBC, WNBC, and world news radio over the next day or so.
8:00 Breakfast is here! It’s awesome again today! Sausage links, eggs, bacon, muffins, yogurt, fruit - everything! Couldn’t ask for better. It’s going to be a good day!
8:30 We’ve passed through Tokyo bay and are getting ready to dock at daikoku pier again. Not too many ambulances out, just a few waste trucks.
Shoutout to the chick fil a on north belt line road, Irving Texas! The owner contacted me and offered a wedding gift + is providing a few meal nights for a bible study for adults with special needs that my wife and I volunteer at. How cool is that!
8:50 Docked! Unfortunately, they’ve turned the boat around today, so no views of the ground. Not sure how much news of the ground we’ll have - it’ll mainly be announcements. We can see Mt. Fuji from this side though!
9:37 The captain announced that the Japanese health ministry has confirmed 38 additional cases of coronavirus aboard, and they will be notified shortly. These guests will be disembarked today. We now have more bandwidth than any boat in the sea, with the most people connected on any given vessel, ever. He states that we are pushing the limits of technology. Teams all over the world are workingWe also got our laundry back! Around 5AM there was a fire threat alarm that woke us up - it was broadcasted outside of our room, though woke some of us up. Turns out there was a battery malfunction in an electoral locker that caused some smoke. The situation is now under control now, and relatively normal.
10:00 Someone on our Facebook group mentioned that they’ve heard someone loudly crying for two hours in the room next to them. Someone commented, confessing that it may have been them due to having kidney stones the last 24 hours. The awful thing is that she’s afraid to leave the boat for medical treatment, because she’s afraid that her quarantine would start over if she left. Good thing we picked up extra medical staff!
10:15 New N95 masks were delivered! That’s good - the masks we had before we getting kind of.. used! The US embassy emailed us and reassured us that everything is the same as of now. Japanese flags are flying out of a lot of balconies, and it’s a clear day. There’s an awesome view of Mt. Fuji!
11:00 A boat pulled up next to us and waved. They are holding up a sign with a phone number.
12:30 Captain announcement: no new updates on the coronavirus, however, some of our stations are having issues broadcasting due to local interference, but everything else is working great.
PS Here’s lunch! I had a bowl of noodles with it. I gave most of mine to my wife - she loves mashed potatoes, and I wasn’t too crazy about it. Everything has a weird taste on this one, two meatballs well done, one rare. Had some leftover breakfast that did the job! Cracked open a coke to finish the job. The wife and I aren’t big soda drinkers, but they sure hit the spot! Now to watch chopped jr.
13:00 We’ve worked with the Japanese government + others to help us preform essential marine operations. Here’s a boat leaving our ship going out to sea, presumably. Notice at the front of the boat the people in full protective gear.
14:00 Looks like our friends across the hall in an interior room are getting out again today. Interior rooms are getting out about every day for an hour now - this is great! We received an update from the captain via paper saying that an outside time schedule will be delivered soon that way announcements wouldn’t interrupt us so much. Any time an announcement is made, it is repeated shortly after in Japanese.
15:00
No big updates. We have another ship next to us helping as previously mentioned. With the balcony facing the sun, it’s getting pretty warm in the room! Views are still pretty, though we can’t see Fuji anymore.
16:50 Captain confirmed 39 cases, with a total of 173 now. There was one officially added. Internet/streaming remains a little iffy, but is improving throughout the day.
17:00 Last group of the day has gone out to the open decks. Not much new today, but it looks like we get to go out first thing in the morning - we’re next!
18:47 We got another email from the embassy. There are 32 total American passengers that contracted the virus, all of which are getting excellent care according to the consular staff of the embassy. Of all confirmed cases in japan, 9 have recovered thus far.
19:00 Captain announcement: There are 26 patients that got offloaded today. The captain reiterated that the ventilation is good - the CDC isn’t worried due to lack of evidence supporting spread of the virus from room to room. He called today “not the best of days” due to the choppy internet, but teams across the globe continue to work hard on it. He thanked us all for the faith we have in the crew, and mentioned that soon we we will be back to everyday lives.
19:45 Apparently people over 75 are randomly being tested. We are wondering if they will test us all - some people aren’t following guidelines, and on open deck time no one seems to enforce the rules. Some people are maskless. If someone contracts the virus let’s say today, it could potentially not show up until 14 days from now. The implications of this could be devastating regarding the spread of the virus! Dinner! Breakfast definitely won today. Here’s a pic!
23:54 Late night today - just finished interviewing with CNBC. Possible interview with a documentary producer tomorrow. We’ve noticed a trend in the media contacting our parents, so that’s not so fun - not sure how the contact numbers are getting to them. Going to head to bed for the night - thank you all for your support!
2/13/2020 00:28
Check this out! Letter to all Diamond Princess crew regarding the quarantine. They will get two months of PTO! Here’s the letter.
“We are deeply grateful and incredibly proud of all of you. We understand that each of you are under great stress in this extraordinary situation, and we hope you are taking some time to speak with your family and friends - as well as reaching out to our Crew Assistance resources.
We have been working to determine how we can best support you once we are past this difficult time. You deserve, and will need, a break. So, we offer you two months of paid time off. This will include your salary and any average gratuities you may normally receive.
We strongly encourage you to use the paid time off for much needed rest. If you decide to leave when the quarantine and later choose to rejoin a ship before the two months pass, you will still receive this extra pay.
In addition, all reasonable charges to your onboard account for this voyage will be cleared. You will not incur any other charges during the quarantine period.
We will also handle your flights to return home and your job will be protected to return for another contract.
We learn more information every day, and we appreciate your patience as we do our best to keep you informed. Your colleagues across the fleet and all of us ashore send you our ongoing support and thanks.” -jan, CEO of Princess Cruises
08:00 Woke up to orange juice, a banana, banana muffin, yogurt, eggs, a croissant. and sausage. Good breakfast again! Looks a bit stormy today - I’m guessing it will rain for the first time since being in port. Here are some pics of dinneoutside.
09:02 Definitely raining. Our outside time is around 9:30 - good thing we bought umbrellas in Hong Kong! No new news as of yet.
9:15 Captain announcement: we’re now we’ll into the second week of our quarantine. He thanks of for our patience. He provided sympathies to those that are ill, their family, and friends. He shared guidance from health authorities - further cases were expected after quarantine began due to pre-quarantine exposure. He reinforced all regulations/procedures, and said that we are all in this together. Masks must be worn any time an external door is opened. He acknowledged that sometimes media is reporting before him, but the captain is working with authorities to provide accurate information as soon as possible. Accuracy and full transparency with us/crew are his top priority. Protocols are still being reviewed by the ministry of health to clean staterooms, as they haven’t been cleaned since 2/3. Linens and towels are still available upon request. Dietary surveys have been passed out, and must be completed by 1pm. Internet has intermittent breaks only due to the rotation of satellites. He says that we are all in this together, and everything is being done to support one another.
9:30 Slight change in plans - all passengers will go to the 7th deck rather than split between the 7th and 15th today due to rain. We will be on the starboard side. In other news, I got a call today that my great grandmother is now in hospice. She fell and broke her hip about a week ago, survived surgery, but is having trouble with rehab. Hoping to get off this boat to see her! She’s 97.
9:40 Seems to be a miscommunication between the bridge and staff - all guests were moved to the port side during this trip outside.
10:30 Just got back from outside - got to visit the port side of the 7th deck today. Very good view of whys going on down below, some of the best pics yet! We got some good walks in, and I tried to have a run. I had to stop pretty soon only because N95 masks were definitely not made to run with! They make it fairly hard to breathe faster than you would normally, making it feel like you can’t catch a breath of fresh air. Can’t wait until we can actually go outside and get a full lung of normal air!
Part 2!
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  2. Astronomy: A Beginner's Guide to the Universe, 7th Edition:Eric Chaisson & Steve McMillan
  3. Rock and Roll: Its History and Stylistic Development,7th Edition:Joe Stuessy& Scott D. Lipscomb
  4. Organization Development: The Process of Leading Organizational Change,4th Edition:Donald L. Anderson
  5. Calculus, 7th Edition:James Stewart
  6. Understanding Psychology, 13th Edition:Robert S Feldman
  7. Java How To Program (Early Objects),10th Edition:Paul J. Deitel & Harvey Deitel;
  8. Western Civilizations - Their History & Their Culture (18th Ed)(Combined Volume)(gnv64): Joshua Cole & Carol Symes
  9. Customer Relationship Management: Concept, Strategy, and Tools, 2nd Edition: V. Kumar & Werner Reinartz
  10. Mastering the Reading Section for the TOEFL iBT:Kathy Spratt
  11. Workbook for HegneAcello/Caldwell's Nursing Assistant: A Nursing Process Approach, 11th Edition:Barbara Acello
  12. Essentials of Strategic Management: The Quest for Competitive Advantage,6th Edition:John Gamble
  13. Nurse Operating Room (CNOR): Specialty Review and Self-Assessment: Danna Flowers & Tammy Toney-Butler
  14. CNOR Exam Practice Questions,1st Edition:CNOR Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  15. Essential Calculus, 2nd Edition:James Stewart
  16. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology, Fourth Edition:Mehdi Khosrow-Pou
  17. Criminal Procedure,3rd Edition:Matthew Lippman
  18. Awakening: An Introduction to the History of Eastern Thought, 5th Edition:Patrick S. Bresnan
  19. Shelly Cashman Series Microsoft Office 365 & Excel 2016: Comprehensive (MindTap Course List) 1st Edition: Steven M. Freund & Joy L. Starks & Eric Schmieder
  20. Climate Change: The Science of Global Warming and Our Energy Future ,1st Edition:Edmond Mathez & Jason Smerdon
  21. Evaluating Public and Community Health Programs,2nd Edition:Muriel J. Harris
  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  23. Business and Administrative Communication, 11th Edition:Kitty O. Locker & Donna S. Kienzler
  24. Communicating in Small Groups: Principles and Practices ,11th Edition:Steven A. Beebe & John T. Masterson
  25. MCSA Guide to Configuring Advanced Microsoft Windows Server 2012 /R2 Services, Exam 70-412,1st Edition:Greg Tomsho
  26. Essentials of Family Therapy, The,6th Edition:Michael P. Nichols
  27. Family Health Care Nursing: Theory, Practice, and Research,5th Edition:Joanna Rowe Kaakinen & Deborah Padgett Coehlo
  28. Evidence-Based Nursing,4th Edition:Sarah Jo Brown
  29. Developmental Biology,11th Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & Michael J. F. Barresi
  30. Understanding Wine Chemistry,1st Edition: Andrew L. Waterhouse & Gavin L. Sacks & David W. Jeffery
  31. Big C++: Late Objects,3rd Edition:Cay S. Horstmann
  32. Basic College Mathematics,8th Edition:John Tobey Jr.
  33. African-American Odyssey, The, Combined Volume,7th Edition:Darlene Clark Hine
  34. Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics,7th Edition: Fawwaz T. Ulaby & Umberto Ravaioli
  35. The 10-Minute Clinical Assessment,2nd Edition:Knut Schroeder
  36. Introductory Chemistry,6th Edition:Nivaldo J. Tro
  37. UpDating! : How to Get a Man or Woman Who Once Seemed Out of Your League:Leil Lowndes
  38. How to Make Anyone Fall in Love with You,1st Edition:Leil Lowndes
  39. CSET Chemistry Exam Secrets Study Guide:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Team
  40. CSET Science Exam Secrets Study Guide,1st Edition:CSET Exam Secrets Test Prep Staff
  41. The Concussion Repair Manual: A Practical Guide to Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injuries:Dr. Dan Engle
  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
  43. Cities and Urban Life (6th Edition): John J. Macionis & Vincent N. Parrillo
  44. International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace,11th Edition: Charles W. L. Hill Dr & G. Tomas M. Hult
  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
  46. Excellence Through Equity:Alan M. Blankstein
  47. Fundamentals of Information Systems,8th Edition: Ralph Stair & George Reynolds
  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
  49. Delay and Disruption in Construction Contracts,5th Edition:Andrew Burr
  50. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Making, 5th Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso
  51. Federal Income Tax: Code and Regulations--Selected Sections (2017-2018):Martin B. Dickinson
  52. Management Now, 2nd Edition:Andrew W. Ghillyer
  53. CURRENT Diagnosis and Treatment Pediatrics,22th Edition.: William Hay & Myron Levin & Robin Deterding & Mark Abzug
  54. Psychology,8th Edition: Douglas A. Bernstein & Louis A. Penner & Alison Clarke-Stewart & Edward Roy
  55. Biological Psychology,12th Edition:James W. Kalat
  56. Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences,5th Edition:Frederick J Gravetter
  57. Transcultural Concepts in Nursing Care,7th Edition: Margaret M. Andrews & Joyceen S. Boyle
  58. Young China Hand: Matt Huang & Grace Hsu
  59. City of Gangs: Glasgow and the Rise of the British Gangster:Andrew Davies
  60. Foundations of Psychological Testing: A Practical Approach,5th Edition: Leslie A. Miller & Robert L. Lovler
  61. Psychology in Modules,11th Edition: David G. Myers & C. Nathan DeWall
  62. Youth Street Gangs,1st Edition:David C. Brotherton
  63. Microsoft Visual Basic 2015: RELOADED,6th Edition:Diane Zak
  64. Consumer Behaviour: Buying, Having, and Being, Seventh Canadian Edition (7th Edition):Michael R. Solomon
  65. Essentials of Life-Span Development, 3rd edition:John Santrock
  66. Family Conflict: Managing the Unexpected,1st Edition: Heather Canary & Daniel Canary
  67. Excellence in Business Communication,12th Edition:John V. Thill & Courtland L. Bovee
  68. Parent-Child Relations: An Introduction to Parenting (9th Edition):Jerry J. Bigner & Clara Gerhardt
  69. Health Psychology: Biopsychosocial Interactions,9th Edition: Edward P. Sarafino & Timothy W. Smith
  70. Macroeconomics: 5th Canadian Edition - Study Guide and Workbook:N. Gregory Mankiw & William Scarth
  71. Exploring Strategy: Text and Cases (11th Edition):Gerry Johnson & Richard Whittington & Patrick Regnér & Kevan Scholes & Duncan Angwin
  72. Nursing Theorists and Their Work,8th Edition: Martha Alligood
  73. Republican Like Me:Ken Stern
  74. Linguistics: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition:P. H. Matthews
  75. Pharmacology (Lippincott Illustrated Reviews Series),5th Edition:Richard A. Harvey & Michelle A Clark & Richard Finkel & Jose A. Rey & Karen Whalen
  76. Real Essays Interactive: A Brief Guide to Writing Essays, Updated Edition:Susan Anker
  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
  78. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  79. Windows Server 2016: Server Infrastructure (IT Pro Solutions):William Stanek
  80. Human Development: A Cultural Approach, 1st Edition:Jeffrey J. Arnett
  81. Diversity in Families,10th Edition:Maxine Baca Zinn; & D. Stanley Eitzen & Barbara Wells
  82. A Novel Approach to Politics: Introducing Political Science through Books, Movies, and Popular Culture, 4th Edition:Douglas A. Van Belle
  83. Julien's Primer of Drug Action - Claire D. Advokat,13th Edition:Advokat, Claire D.& Comaty, Joseph E. & Julien, Robert M.
  84. Roots Too: White Ethnic Revival in Post-Civil Rights America:Matthew Frye Jacobson
  85. Becoming Mexican American: Ethnicity, Culture and Identity in Chicano Los Angeles,:George J. Sanchez
  86. Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing, 9th Edition: Carol J. Huston & Bessie L. Marquis
  87. Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America: Erika Lee & Judy Yung
  88. Sociology: Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life,11th Edition:David M. Newman
  89. The Business Writer's Companion,8th Edition: Gerald J. Alred & Charles T. Brusaw
  90. Action Research: A Guide for the Teacher Researcher,6th Edition:Geoffrey E. Mills
  91. Electronic Media: Then, Now, and Later,3rd Edition: Norman J. Medoff & Barbara Kaye
  92. Federal Income Taxation, 13th (Concepts and Insights Series): Marvin Chirelstein and Lawrence Zelenak
  93. American Education,18th Edition:Joel Spring
  94. Elementary Linear Algebra,8th Edition:Ron Larson
  95. Speak Up!: An Illustrated Guide to Public Speaking,3rd Edition: Fraleigh, Douglas M. & Tuman, Joseph S.
  96. Introduction to Logic Design,3rd Edition:Marcovitz, Alan B;
  97. How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines:Thomas C Foster
  98. Textiles: Basics (Fashion Series), 1st Edition:Sara J. Kadolph
  99. Conservation Biology: Foundations, Concepts, Applications,2nd Edition:Fred Van Dyke
  100. Human Resource Management,15th Edition;Gary Dessler
  101. Working with Words,9th Edition: Brian S. Brooks & James L. Pinson
  102. The Law of Journalism and Mass Communication,5th Edition; Robert Trager & Susan Dente Ross
  103. Practical Argument: Short 3rd Edition; Laurie G. Kirszner & Stephen R. Mandell
  104. Prelude to Programming,6th Edition; Stewart Venit & Elizabeth Drake;
  105. Philosophy: A Historical Survey with Essential Readings,9th Edition: Samuel Enoch Stumpf & James Fieser
  106. The Koreas,2nd Edition:Charles K. Armstrong
  107. Cengage Advantage Books: The American Past, Volume I: To 1877, 9th Edition:Joseph R. Conlin
  108. Human Motor Control,2nd Edition:David A. Rosenbaum
  109. Criminal Procedure (Justice Series),3rd Edition:John L. Worrall
  110. Understanding Nutrition,15th Edition:Eleanor Noss Whitney
  111. The Social Organization of Work,5th Edition:Randy Hodson
  112. Il tempo degli stregoni. 1919-1929:Wolfram Eilenberger
  113. Depressione: Quando non è solo tristezza,Italian Edition:C. Di Agostino and M. Fabi
  114. On Epistemology,1st Edition;Linda Zagzebski
  115. Introducing Philosophy: A Text with Integrated Readings,11th Edition; Robert C. Solomon & K athleen M. Higgins
  116. Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting: Concepts and Practices,7th Edition:Michael H. Granof; Saleha B. Khumawala; Thad D. Calabrese; Daniel L. Smith
  117. Leadership and Nursing Care Management, 6th Edition:Diane Huber
  118. Classroom Assessment,1st Edition:Dr Craig A Mertler
  119. Ritratto di uno stalker (Omero), Italian Edition:Cinzia Piccoli
  120. Project Management Case Studies,5th Edition:Harold Kerzner
  121. The Politics of Canadian Foreign Policy, 4th Edition,:Kim Richard Nossal & Stéphane Roussel & Stéphane Paquin
  122. Health and Wellness for Life With Online Study Guide (Health on Demand) 1st Edition:Human Kinetics
  123. HOW 13: A Handbook for Office Professionals,13th Edition: James L. Clark & Lyn R. Clark
  124. Discovering the Internet: Complete,5th Edition:Jennifer Campbell
  125. An Introduction to Community & Public Health,9th Edition: James F. McKenzie & Robert R. Pinger & Denise Seabert
  126. The Brief American Pageant: A History of the Republic, Volume I: To 1877,9th Edition: David M. Kennedy & Lizabeth Cohen
  127. Technical Drawing with Engineering Graphics,15th Edition: Frederick E Giesecke & Alva Mitchell & Henry C Spencer
  128. Solid Waste Engineering: A Global Perspective,3rd Edition: William A. Worrell & P. Aarne Vesilind
  129. Strategic Marketing, 10th Edition:David Cravens & Nigel Piercy
  130. South-Western Federal Taxation 2018: Individual Income Taxes,41th Edition: William H. Hoffman & James C. Young
  131. Human Resource Management,14th Edition: Robert L. Mathis & John H. Jackson
  132. Working in Groups (6th Edition): Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  133. Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies, 7th Edition: Isa N. Engleberg & Dianna R. Wynn
  134. Media & Culture: Mass Communication in a Digital Age,10th Edition: Richard Campbell & Christopher R. Martin & Bettina Fabos
  135. Government Policy Towards Business,5th Edition:James A. Brander
  136. The Norton Anthology of English Literature,Vol. 1, 9th Edition:Stephen Greenblatt
  137. Violence and Maltreatment in Intimate Relationships,1st Edition: Cindy L. Miller-Perrin & Robin D. Perrin & Claire M. Renzetti
  138. Introduction to Linear Algebra (5th International Edition):Lee W. Johnson
  139. The New Leadership Challenge, 5th Edition: Sheila C. Grossman & Theresa M. Valiga
  140. The Call to Write, Brief,6th Edition:John Trimbur
  141. Human Nature and the Evolution of Society,1st Edition:Stephen K. Sanderson
  142. Public Administration: An Action Orientation,7th Edition: Robert B. Denhardt & Janet V. Denhardt & Tara A. Blanc
  143. Phlebotomy: A Competency Based Approach,4th Edition: Lillian Mundt & Kathryn Booth
  144. The Legal Environment of Business: Text and Cases,10th Edition:Frank B. Cross
  145. Charlotte Huck's Children's Literature: A Brief Guide,2nd Edition: Kiefer, Barbara & Tyson, Cynthia
  146. Clinical Assessment Workbook: Balancing Strengths and Differential Diagnosis,2nd Edition:Elizabeth Pomeroy
  147. Korea's Online Gaming Empire:Dal Yong Jin
  148. Sensation and Perception, 1st Edition:Steven Yantis
  149. Elementary Statistics in Social Research,12th Edition: James Alan Fox & Jack A. Levin & David R. Forde
  150. Procedures in the Justice System (11th Edition): Cliff Roberson & Harvey Wallace
  151. MLA Handbook, 8th Edition,:The Modern Language Association of America
  152. El bilingüismo en el mundo hispanohablante,1st Edition:Silvina Montrul
  153. The Norton Anthology of English Literature ,Vol. 2,9th Edition:M. H. Abrams & Stephen Greenblatt
  154. The World of Psychology, Eighth Canadian Edition,8th Edition: Samuel E. Wood & Ellen Green Wood & Denise Boyd
  155. Toward a Moral Horizon,2nd Edition: Janet L. Storch & Patricia Rodney & Rosalie Starzomski
  156. Dynamics of Mass Communication: Media in Transition,12th Edition: Joseph Dominick
  157. Empowerment Series: Essential Research Methods for Social Work,4th Edition: Allen Rubin & Earl R. Babbie
  158. Principles of Microeconomics (Second Edition): Lee Coppock & Dirk Mateer
  159. Seeking Food Rights: Nation, Inequality and Repression in Uzbekistan,1st Edition: Nancy R. Rosenberger
  160. Organizational Behavior: Human Behavior at Work,14th Edition:John Newstrom
  161. Business Communication Today,14th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill;
  162. Canadian Social Policy: A New Introduction,5th Edition: John R Graham & Micheal L. Shier& Roger Delaney
  163. Program Evaluation for Social Workers,7th Edition Richard M. Grinnell & Peter A. Gabor & Yvonne A. Unrau
  164. Design of Buildings for Wind,2nd Edition:Emil Simiu
  165. Macroeconomics (2nd Edition): Daron Acemoglu and David Laibson
  166. The Architecture of Computer Hardware and System Software: An Information Technology Approach,5th Edition:Irv Englander
  167. The Fundamentals of Ethics,3rd Edition: Russ Shafer-Landau
  168. How Children Develop,5th Edition : Robert S. Siegler & Jenny Saffran & Nancy Eisenberg & Judy S. DeLoache
  169. Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture,4th Edition: Fazio, Michael & Moffett, Marian & Wodehouse, Lawrence
  170. Comparative Employment Relations in the Global Economy,1st Edition:Carola Frege
  171. Intermediate Algebra,7th Edition:Elayn Martin-Gay
  172. American Government and Politics Today: Essentials 2017-2018 Edition:Barbara A. Bardes
  173. Entrepreneurship, Canadian Edition,1st Edition: William D. Bygrave & Andrew Zacharakis & Sean Wise
  174. Digital Media Law,2nd Edition:Ashley Packard
  175. Laboratory Manual for Anatomy and Physiology,4th Edition: Connie Allen & Valerie Harper
  176. The Religion Toolkit: A Complete Guide to Religious Studies,1st Edition: John Morreall & Tamara Sonn
  177. Microeconomics,4th Edition: Paul Krugman & Robin Wells
  178. Digital Media Ethics, 2nd Edition:Charles Ess
  179. Investigating Terrorism: Current Political, Legal and Psychological Issues,1st Edition:John Pearse
  180. The Psychology of Terrorism 2nd Edition:John G. Horgan
  181. Religions of the World (13th Edition): Lewis M. Hopfe & Mark R. Woodward & Brett Hendrickson
  182. Precalculus Enhanced with Graphing Utilities (7th Edition): Michael Sullivan & Michael Sullivan III
  183. Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors (7th Edition): Frank M. Carrano & Timothy M. Henry
  184. Business Communication Essentials,Global 7th Edition: Courtland L. Bovee & John V. Thill
  185. China's Innovation Challenge: Overcoming the Middle-Income Trap: Arie Y. Lewin & Martin Kenney
  186. Politics in China: An Introduction, 2nd Edition:William A. Joseph
  187. Interpersonal Conflict,10th Edition:William Wilmot
  188. Data Structures and Algorithms Using Java, 1st Edition:William McAllister
  189. Word Power Made Easy:Norman Lewis
  190. The Journey of Adulthood (8th Edition):Barbara R. Bjorklund
  191. Statistics for The Behavioral and Social Sciences,5th Edition: Arthur Aron & Elliot J. Coups & Elaine N. Aron
  192. Alan Turing: The Enigma: The Book That Inspired the Film The Imitation Game: Andrew Hodges
  193. Personality: Classic Theories and Modern Research,6th Edition: Howard S. Friedman & Miriam W. Schustack
  194. Age of Opportunity: Laurence Steinberg
  195. Introduction to Econometrics, Update (3rd Edition): James H. Stock & Mark W. Watson
  196. Policy Analysis: Concepts and Practice, 6th Edition: David L. Weimer & Aidan R. Vining
  197. International Trade, Fourth Edition: Robert C. Feenstra & Alan M. Taylor
  198. Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics and Dynamics 11th Edition: Ferdinand P. Beer & E. Russell Johnston Jr. & David Mazurek
  199. Brief Principles of Macroeconomics,8th Edition: N. Gregory Mankiw
  200. Mass Media and American Politics,9th Edition: Doris A. Graber & Johanna Dunaway
  201. Auditing & Assurance Services , 7th Edition: Timothy J Louwers & Allen Blay & David Sinason & Jerry R Strawser & Jay C. Thibodeau
  202. Concepts in Federal Taxation 2018,25th Edition:Kevin E. Murphy
  203. Developmental Psychology: The Growth of Mind and Behavior:Frank Keil
  204. Medical Terminology Quick & Concise: A Programmed Learning Approach,1st Edition: Marjorie Canfield Willis
  205. Organizational Behaviour: Understanding and Managing Life at Work,10th Edition: Gary Johns & Alan M. Saks
  206. Casebook for DSM-5™: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning: Elizabeth Ventura
  207. Canadian Business And The Law,6th Edition: Dorothy Duplessis & Shannon O'By
  208. Public Speaking: Strategies for Success (8th Edition):David Zarefsky
  209. Practicing Texas Politics, 2017-2018 Edition,17th Edition: Lyle Brown & Joyce A. Langenegger
  210. A Course in Ordinary Differential Equations, 2nd Edition: Stephen A. Wirkus & Randall J. Swift
  211. Managerial Economics and Strategy,2nd Edition: Jeffrey M. Perloff & James A. Brander
  212. Great Groups: Creating and Leading Effective Groups,1st Edition:David R. Hutchinson
  213. Clinical Psychology: Science, Practice, and Culture,4th Edition:Andrew M. Pomerantz
  214. Empowerment Series: Research Methods for Social Work,9th Edition: Allen Rubin & Earl R. Babbie
  215. Human Sexuality Today,8th Edition: Bruce M. King & Pamela Regan
  216. Introduction to US Health Policy,4th Edition:Donald A. Barr
  217. IT Strategy: Issues and Practices (3rd Edition): James D. McKeen & Heather A. Smith
  218. Lifelong Motor Development,7th Edition:Carl Gabbard
  219. GMAT Prep Plus 2018: 6 Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online + Video + Mobile:Kaplan Test Prep
  220. 5 lb. Book of GRE Practice Problems,2nd Edition:Manhattan Prep
  221. GMAT Prep Guide 2017-2018:GMAT Advanced Review Strategy Team
  222. GRE Prep Plus 2018: Practice Tests + Proven Strategies + Online + Video + Mobile:Kaplan Test Prep
  223. Prebles' Artforms (11th Edition): Duane Preble Emeritus & Sarah Preble & Patrick L. Frank
  224. The New Market Wizards: Conversations with America's Top Traders: Jack D Schwager
  225. Statistical Methods for Engineers,3rd Edition: G. Geoffrey Vining & Scott Kowalski
  226. Introduction to Mass Communication: Media Literacy and Culture,8th Edition:Stanley Baran
  227. Operations Management: Sustainability and Supply Chain Management,12th Edition:Jay Heizer & Barry Render & Chuck Munson
  228. Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiology: Essentials of Respiratory Care,6th Edition:Terry Des Jardins
  229. Rau's Respiratory Care Pharmacology, 9th Edition:Douglas S. Gardenhire
  230. Applied Sport Psychology: Personal Growth to Peak Performance, 7th Edition: Jean M. Williams & Vikki Krane
  231. Infants and Children: Prenatal through Middle Childhood (8th Edition): Laura E. Berk & Adena B. Meyers
  232. How to Write and Present Technical Information, 4th Edition:Charles H. Sides
  233. How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing, 1st Edition:Paul J. Silvia
  234. Sound Systems: Design and Optimization,3rd Edition:Bob McCarthy
  235. Dental Instruments: A Pocket Guide, 4th Edition:Linda R. Bartolomucci Boyd
  236. Electricity for the Entertainment Electrician & Technician,2nd Edition:Richard Cadena
  237. Applied Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist,7th Edition:Haveles, Elena Bablenis
  238. Foundations of Periodontics for the Dental Hygienist,4th Edition: Jill S. Gehrig & Donald E. Willmann
  239. Sound System Engineering, 4th Edition: Davis, Don & Patronis, Eugene & Brown, Pat
  240. Master Handbook of Acoustics, 6th Edition: F. Alton Everest & Ken C Pohlmann
  241. University Calculus: Early Transcendentals (3rd Edition): Joel R. Hass & Maurice D. Weir & George B. Thomas
  242. Design Concepts for Engineers,5th Edition:Mark N. Horenstein
  243. Passing the PRINCE2 Exams For Dummies:Nick Graham
  244. ITIL For Dummies,1st Edition:Peter Farenden
  245. 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People , 1st Edition:Susan Weinschenk
  246. The Design of Everyday Things: Revised and Expanded Edition:Don Norman
  247. Introduction to Derivatives and Risk Management,10th Edition:Don M. Chance
  248. Japanese from Zero! 2:George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  249. Management of Information Security,5th Edition:Michael E. Whitman
  250. Strategic Management and Business Policy,14th Edition: Thomas L. Wheelen & J. David Hunger &, Alan N. Hoffman & Chuck Bamford
  251. Why We Work (TED Books): Barry Schwartz
  252. Readings about the Social Animal,11th Edition: Aronson, Joshua & Elliot Aronson
  253. Statistics for Business and Economics,13th Edition: James T. McClave & P. George Benson
  254. Organizational Behavior,10th Edition: Robert Kreitner & Angelo Kinicki
  255. Business & Society: Ethics, Sustainability & Stakeholder Management,10th Edition: Archie B. Carroll & Jill Brown & Ann K. Buchholtz
  256. Organizational Behaviour: Concepts, Controversies, Applications, Seventh Canadian Edition: Nancy Langton & Stephen P. Robbins & Timothy A. Judge
  257. Japanese from Zero! 1,6th Edition: George Trombley & Yukari Takenaka
  258. Survey of ECON,3rd Edition:Robert L. Sexton
  259. Creating Country Music: Fabricating Authenticity,1st Edition:Richard A. Peterson
  260. Experimental Organic Chemistry: A Miniscale & Microscale Approach,6th Edition;John C. Gilbert
  261. Psychology and the Challenges of Life: Adjustment and Growth,13th Edition: Jeffrey S. Nevid & Spencer A. Rathus
  262. Strategic Management: Concepts: Competitiveness and Globalization,12th Edition:Michael A. Hitt
  263. Essentials of International Relations,7th Edition:Karen A. Mingst & Ivan M. Arreguín-Toft
  264. The Ideological Origins of the American Revolution Enlarged Edition:Bernard Bailyn
  265. Revolutionary Characters: What Made the Founders Different:Gordon S. Wood
  266. Struggle for Democracy, The, 2014 Elections and Updates Edition (11th Edition): Edward S. Greenberg & Benjamin I. Page
  267. Anderson's Business Law and the Legal Environment, Comprehensive Volume,23th Edition: David P. Twomey & ‎Marianne M. Jennings & ‎Stephanie Greene
  268. College Algebra and Trigonometry,6th Edition:Margaret L. Lial & John Hornsby
  269. Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen: Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking:Julie Ann Sageer & Leah Bhabha
  270. Genetics: A Conceptual Approach, Sixth Edition:Benjamin A. Pierce
  271. Abnormal Psychology and Life: A Dimensional Approach,2nd Edition: Christopher A. Kearney & Timothy J. Trull;
  272. Foundations of Economics: A Christian View:Shawn Ritenour
  273. Eleventh Hour CISSP®,3rd Edition: Eric Conrad & Seth Misenar & Joshua Feldman
  274. Constitutional Law: Principles and Policies (Aspen Student Treatise), 5th Edition:Erwin Chemerinsky
  275. Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum,13th Edition:Laurence M. Behrens & Leonard J. Rosen
  276. Sociology,14th Edition:John J. Macionis
  277. Why Civil Resistance Works:Erica Chenoweth & Maria Stephan
  278. Primate Behavioral Ecology, 5th Edition:Karen B. Strier
  279. Western Attitudes toward Death: Professor Philippe Ariès
  280. Beginning Behavioral Research: A Conceptual Primer (7th Edition): Ralph L. Rosnow & Robert Rosenthal
  281. PostgreSQL: Up and Running,2nd Edition:Regina O. Obe
  282. Muscles: Testing and Function, with Posture and Pain,5th Edition: Kendall, Florence Peterson & McCreary, Elizabeth Kendall,
  283. Secrets: On the Ethics of Concealment and Revelation:Sissela Bok
  284. Tourism: Principles, Practices, Philosophies,12th Edition:Charles R. Goeldner & J. R. Brent Ritchie
  285. The Video Game Debate,1st Edition: Rachel Kowert & Thorsten Quandt
  286. Nutrition Assessment: Clinical and Research Applications, 1st Edition: Nancy Munoz &, Melissa Bernstein
  287. Handbook of Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1st Edition: Jerry M. Suls & Karina W. Davidson & Robert M. Kaplan
  288. The Science of Psychology: An Appreciative View,3rd Edition:Laura A. King
  289. The Rehabilitation Specialist's Handbook; 4th Edition:Serge H. Roy & Steven L. Wolf & David A. Scalzitti
  290. The Reluctant Fundamentalist:Mohsin Hamid
  291. Final Gifts: Understanding the Special Awareness,: Maggie Callanan & Patricia Kelley
  292. The Purposeful Argument: A Practical Guide,2nd Edition:Harry Phillips & Patricia Bostian
  293. Practice of Statistics in the Life Sciences,4th Edition:Brigitte Baldi & David S. Moore
  294. The Practice of Public Relations , 13th Edition:Fraser P. Seitel
  295. Functional Anatomy for Physical Therapists,1st Edition:Jutta Hochschild
  296. The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham:Esther Hicks & Jerry Hicks
  297. The Grief Recovery Handbook, 20th Anniversary Expanded Edition:John W. James & Russell Friedman
  298. The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles:Padraic Colum
  299. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, 6th Canadian Edition,:Frederic S. Mishkin
  300. Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team,:Prendergast, Heather
  301. The Psychology Major's Companion,: Dana S. Dunn & Jane S. Halonen
  302. The European Culture Area,6th Edition:Alexander B. Murphy & Terry G. Jordan-Bychkov
  303. Perspectives on International Relations: Power, Institutions, and Ideas,5th Edition:Henry R. Nau
  304. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources, Volume I,3rd Edition:Strayer, Robert W.
  305. Pierson and Fairchild's Principles & Techniques of Patient Care, 6th Edition: Sheryl L. Fairchild & Roberta Kuchler O'Shea & Robin Washington
  306. Modern Management,14th Edition: Samuel C. Certo & S. Trevis Certo
  307. Microeconomics (The Pearson Series in Economics), 5th Edition:R. Glenn Hubbard & Anthony P. O'Brien
  308. Managers and the Legal Environment: Strategies for Business,9th Edition:Constance E. Bagley
  309. The American Promise, Value Edition, Volume 2: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Michael P. Johnson & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann
  310. Technical Communication, MLA Update , 14th Edition:John M. Lannon & Laura J. Gurak
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  315. Secrets of Analytical Leaders:Wayne Eckerson
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  320. A First Course in Probability (International ed of 9th revised ed) ,9th Edition:Sheldon Ross
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  325. Construction Accounting & Financial Management,3rd Edition:Steven J. Peterson
  326. Experiences in Movement and Music,5th Edition:Rae Pica
  327. Essentials of Physical Geology,5th Edition:Reed Wicander
  328. The West: Encounters and Transformations, Volume 1 (5th Edition):Brian Levack and Edward Muir
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  330. The American Promise, Value Edition, Combined Volume: A History of the United States,7th Edition:James L. Roark & Patricia Cline Cohen & Sarah Stage & Susan M. Hartmann & Martin P. Johnson
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2020.01.12 18:13 IndyPoker979 You've seen me doing it in your sub, time to bring it to the masses. Here's that fun ARBITRARY ranking system P.A.C.E.R.!

What started as a bored exercise has taken a life of its own I tell you. Everyone has so many questions and suggestions that I will try to adjust/allow for them to be answered/changed but I know I won't please everyone. Apologies ahead of time. I am not a math major, lol. I lift weights. We're not known for our arithmetic skills. I just have to count :-)
I keep on hearing people argue for different aspects on players and while I think that this doesn't do justice for defensive efforts or boxing out or even defensive efficiency, nor for breakaways and eFG%, I wanted to use the standard stats and see what player is producing the most for our team. SO I Arbitrarily created this ranking.

What is calculated?

PACER is calculated using the following stats.

Why these stats and not XYZ?

I chose those stats due to the effect they have on the game. FT%, 2/3pt% any sort of minutes played etc aren't taken into effect because they don't have a measurable aspect on the game. Also adding a percentile into the ranking can cause issues and I'm a simple guy.
Using those stats I weighted them as I see value. This is where the arbitrary comes into play. People will value things differently and you can also use this to change the values of what you want to see. I didn't look to see who was affected by the stats before I assigned them but you can always play around if you truly wanted to.

What are the values of each stat currently?

Why those values?

Each one represents how I felt the game is affected by the action. Points scored are simple. So each of those value is a 1 to 1 ratio. Rebounds are weighted differently. Offensive rebounds are harder to come by so they are worth more. Assists result in 2 points, so they also give you 2 points. Steals give you a chance at a shot AND create momentum so those are valued higher at 2.5 points. Blocks stop the opponent from scoring so those are worth 2 points.
Negative points are also applied for turnovers and fouls. Because in both situations they affect the team significantly, I gave them -2.5 for turnovers and -1.5 for fouls.

So what is the result?

Top 15 players in the ranking are as follows
Player Score
Giannis Antetokounmpo 60.3
Luka Dončić 57.15
LeBron James 55.55
James Harden 55.5
Anthony Davis 53.3
Karl-Anthony Towns 52.15
Andre Drummond 50.65
Joel Embiid 47.9
Kyrie Irving 47.55
Nikola Vučević 47.15
Jimmy Butler 46
Domantas Sabonis 45.75
Hassan Whiteside 45.7
Kawhi Leonard 45.5
Clint Capela 45.3
But there's more!
Several people asked what would happen if I used minutes and accounted for them. I didn't want to do a per36 because I didn't want to unfairly value those who got stats during garbage time, etc. Many times in a per36 value you see players such as our Pacers Alize Johnson or TJ Leaf having stats that are not indicative of their value to the team currently. I wanted just the end result, not if they got the same minutes as another player.
Case in point, here's the top 15 for per36
Player Score
Giannis Antetokounmpo 69.35
Chimezie Metu 68.65
Luka Dončić 61
LeBron James 57.5
Joel Embiid 55.35
Karl-Anthony Towns 55.3
Hassan Whiteside 55.3
Ryan Anderson 55.2
Enes Kanter 54.85
Nikola Vučević 54.55
Andre Drummond 54.15
Anthony Davis 53.7
James Harden 53.15
Nikola Jokić 52.45
Kawhi Leonard 51.45
In ZERO worlds does Chimezie Metu rank 2nd overall. This is why I didn't want to do a per36 because of guys who have had a really REALLY big statline in a short amount of time but who don't get any playtime so the stat is misleading. If we take out people who have less than 500 minutes played this year you get a list of
Player Score
Giannis Antetokounmpo 69.35
Luka Dončić 61
LeBron James 57.5
Anthony Davis 53.7
James Harden 53.15
Kawhi Leonard 51.45
Jimmy Butler 47.1
Trae Young 45.2
Russell Westbrook 43.8
Christian Wood 43.2
Damian Lillard 43.15
Brandon Clarke 42.8
Kevin Love 42.65
Kristaps Porziņģis 42.65
Bradley Beal 41.95
I confess I have no idea who Christian Wood is, but he and Brandon Clarke are getting the benefit of doing it by minutes production.

Why this stat means zilch in the real world... flaws!

I'm not egotistical enough to think that this stat line is remotely close to how players really relate in the league. Each team plays different so a team that is more defensive minded won't be close to the score of a high velocity team. The Pacers are severely hindered by their playstyle vs the Bucks.
It also doesn't take into effect stat-padders. People who aren't very efficient are still benefited from the scoring. I'll look into adjusting for that at a later date.

Things left to do.

I still haven't broken it down by position or by efficiency. I'm working on that. But maybe someone can take it from here and produce actual mathmatical, less arbitrary numbers.
I will try to put this into an online sheet that people can use to make their own points. That will take me a bit though. I've enjoyed doing this but to produce it to each sub, here, and to try to adjust for people's suggestions has been a bit overwhelming haha.
Thanks for all your suggestions!
EDIT: I was asked to provide references. Honestly all I did was take BBRef's per game stats and Per 36 and then put it into a spreadsheet. I'll hopefully have a Spreadsheet up for others to have fun at some point too.
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