Monday, October 31, 2016

13 99 111 112 | World Series Game 6 and Game 7 dates in regards to Joe Maddon's birthday


I am examining the dates of Game 6 and Game 7 in regards to the Manager of the Cubs birthday.

From November 1, Game 6, to his birthday, is 99-days.  Illinois = 99; Thirteen = 99


From Game 7, November 2, to his birthday, is a span of 99-days.



9x9 = 81



11/1/2016 = 11+1+20+16 = 48 (NLCS)
11/1/2016 = 11+1+(2+0+1+6) = 21 (Illinois)
11/1/2016 = 1+1+1+2+0+1+6 = 12
11/1/16 = 11+1+16 = 28
11/1 = 11+1 = 12

11/2/2016 = 11+2+20+16 = 49 (Revelation)
11/2/2016 = 11+2+(2+0+1+6) = 22 (22 chapters in Revelation)
11/2/2016 = 1+1+2+2+0+1+6 = 13 (Thirteen = 99) (Illinois = 99)
11/2/16 = 11+2+16 = 29
11/2 = 11+2 = 13

35 comments:

  1. Jamie Collins was also traded from the patriots to browns, just wanted to know if this has any affect on the cubs and Indians series

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    1. https://instagram.com/p/BMPKHwRBu4B/

      Nfl also posted this about him

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  2. Titans We Andre Johnson retired today the guy who played for Texans & colts 👀

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    1. Damn so 5 dudes that started their careers with Texas/Houston retired this year.ARod,Texiera,Prince fielder,Arian foster and Andre Johnson.

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  3. I think that show empire being on fox for wed is a sign that cle takes it tom. The network knows already. Like how biebers concert mightve overlapped with cavs playoff series but cavs swept so it didnt. Tomlin winning for the dad would be a great story

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    1. They could just move the show to the other Fox owned stations like FX or something, or air the 1st and 2nd episodes back to back, the following week, which they've done before. I don't think this has any effect on this series.

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    2. Game seven would have more viewers than Empire. Sports is a bigger business then one show that can be moved up.

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    3. They showed the cast members of "Empire" just as the bottom of the 4th inning started. The Cubs went on to score their only 3 runs of the game in the 4th.

      Empire debuted on 1/7/2015. January 7th = 7/1, or 71, like the length of the Billy Goat curse.

      From 1/7/2015 to 11/2/2016, Game 7 of the World Series, is a span of 666 days.

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    4. Empire = 39
      Debuting on 11/2 or 112.
      Houston = 112
      Clues of a certain NY team in the Super Bowl?

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    5. They had the warrior parade set up on Cable last year and Warriors ending up losing.

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    6. You guys seem so set on your cubs belief that you fail to open your eyes to whats actually happening. Alot of you who bet will be very sad when this is over. Mark my words

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    7. If you really think the books are losing BILLIONS of dollars on cubs winning, you are sadly blind to how our society works

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    8. Let them learn the hard way Ross

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  4. @Ross, that's seriously your reasoning? Empire? LAME.

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  5. Andre Johnson's retirement today is definitely significant. Arian Foster and Andre Johnson were both long-time players for Houston, and retired 7 days apart. Houston hosts the Super Bowl this year...Houston = 112...112th World Series, Game 7 is 11/2.

    Andre Lamont Johnson = 77. He was born on 7/11/81 (7x11 = 77). He was born in '81, or 9x9...

    Joe Maddon = 81, Tennessee Titans = 81

    There has got to be something behind the 7's. Does this help signify the reversal of the Cubs curse? And that he retired on Halloween?

    Andre Johnson retired with 1,062 receptions.

    MLB = 162 (162 games in a season)
    Major League Baseball = 162

    In his last two games, Andre Johnson recorded 13 and 33 yards.

    Oh boy...

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  6. Vikings news coach Zimmer ritual during bye week which resulted in loss to Eagles littering locker room with stuffed animals throat slashed.
    Also Peterson expected back December.

    Stuffed animals =150
    Throat slashed=150

    SB51 or a tribute to some unknown event coming up?

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    1. "Before dismissing his 5-0 team for the bye week, coach Mike Zimmer scattered stuffed animals of the feline variety throughout Winter Park. Their throats were slashed, with some of the white stuffing within seeping out, and were then splattered with red paint.

      Hanging on the larger cat in the locker room was a sign that read “Fat Cats Get Slaughtered.”

      LMAO WOW

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  7. hey Zach when do you talk about NHL

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    1. I wrote something about the record setting rookie on opening night.

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  8. Cutler has played 13 games vs Vikings
    8-5
    His career wins is 50-49
    Vikings meeting bears for 111th meeting
    Currently 57-51-2 lead the series

    This tells me Vikes win tonight cutler goes to 50-50 and 8-6 like GTFO Jay who also wears #6

    Vikings win big tonight

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    1. 33 year old "dead" QB returning on the 33rd anniversary of the death of the owner was the key. I did like your 50-50 for 55 Satan on the 111 matchup now.

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  9. game seven=91
    chicago cubs=91
    vikings=91

    interesting how the events unfold. cubs going for 33rd and 34 posteason win, have 60 losses
    indians have 51 wins and going for 44th and 45th loss

    cubs going for 33rd postseason win in game 6

    game six=78
    cleveland= 78
    october=78
    nba finals=78

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  11. NBA changed the cavs game time tomorrow so they can make it to game 6 tomorrow

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  12. CLEVELAND (AP) -- The NBA moved up the start time for Tuesday night's Cleveland Cavaliers game because of the World Series.

    The game against Houston at Quicken Loans Arena will now begin an hour earlier at 6 p.m. The NBA champions requested the change to avoid an extended overlap with Game 6 of the World Series, which starts at 8:08 p.m. at neighboring Progressive Field.

    The Cleveland Indians lead the Chicago Cubs 3-2 and can win their first World Series since 1948. In June, the Cavaliers defeated Golden State in Game 7 of the NBA Finals to end the city's championship drought after 52 years.

    "Cleveland, we fought hard to move Cavs tip to 6 p.m. tomorrow, so you wouldn't be torn," Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert tweeted. "Cavs game should end by second inning. Can't wait, Indians!"

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    3. How do you figure 2018? Zach, I'm convinced you have masonic trolls here who try to create confusion lol.

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    4. No disrepect man but you need to think for yourself and not just blindly follow zach. Its pretty obvious cubs will not win this year.

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    5. Who says I blindly follow Zach? I support him (gave him 5 bucks for his cause), I respect this work, he's the first to awaken me to gematria, but I trust no one 100%. I just asked a simple question... how do you figure 2018 is the Cubs year? And how is it obvious? A superior team has never won 2 games on the road before? Lol

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  14. For all those people believing Vegas won't pay out big let me remind you that Holly Holm and the New Mexico Lobos both won last November in which Vegas lost their ass. Besides Vegas will get all that money back with all the idiotic cowboys fans alone!

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    1. What are you talking about? Holly Holm was an underdog to rousey. Vegas makes money when underdogs upset favs. You are a naive fool

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  15. Co co crisp turns 38 tomorrow will he kill or be killed he is the guy who was traded from the Oakland As with the 57-75 55 days before the World Series also the oakland As won it in 74

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