Friday, October 14, 2016

33 57 94 131 147 | Toronto Blue Jays @ Cleveland Indians, October 14, 2016 (Discussion Thread)


What a time stamp.  This is the American League Championship Series.

World Series = 57/147
Fifty-Seven = 131; Championship = 131; Super Bowl = 131


Notice the Indians won 94 games this year.
The Cubs won their 94th game in their 147th total game.
This season also began April 3, 2016, the 94th day of the year.


I still like the narrative for Cubs and Indians.

As for today's date, it has a '33' connection.

10/14/2016 = 10+14+(2+0+1+6) = 33 (Cleveland = 33) (Indian = 33) (Jays pitcher is 33 yrs / old)


Notice it is 187-days from his birthday.  It reminds me of how Donald Trump has his GOP convention in Cleveland, 187-days from the election.


Corey Kluber is also a good manchurian name for baseball.  CK = 311






This game comes 101-days from his birthday.



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80 comments:

  1. Don't forget to give us some updates on the storm in Seattle.

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    1. I'm impressed with the power lines so far! The wind has chilled out for a minute but it is supposed to be bad all weekend.

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    2. that hurricane really wasn't that bad down here in Florida. most damage occurred when trees were uprooted and fell on homes. other than that - no big deal.

      also, I have co-workers in the Carolinas who said the damage is really not that bad. remember, we're insurance adjusters - we see the monetary breakdown of it all, auto and home.

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    1. Haven't done enough home work. We'll know something by the time the game is over about where this series is heading.

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    2. Cool bro... Maybe we can get Ken the energy man to go to your town power plant sit his fat ass on the grid...

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  3. The guy that got killed in Boston was age 33. Cleveland equals 33.

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  4. Theo epstein former red sox gm gonna break the cubs curse vs former red sox manager terry francona current Cleveland manager who just had a curse broken in its city?

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  5. I think its going to be Cubs over Indians in the World Series as well. Election mirroring. Blue over Red. Hillary who has Chicago roots over Trump who had his convention in Cleveland.

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  6. Further research shows that Jays current GM was the GM of the Indians just last year. His name is Mark Shapiro. It's amazing how many connections these teams always end up having. It's a joke.

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    1. He's the team president actually, but many say he might as well be the GM. Check this part out on his wiki...

      "Ronald Shapiro and Mark Shapiro: Father and Son, the Merging of Judaism into America". American Jews and America's Game: Voices of a Growing Legacy in Baseball"

      MaJEW League Baseball

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  7. Was listening to the radio announcer on the game. He mentioned Toronto pitcher only at 66 pitches and he hasn't walked anyone yet. Then he walks the batter and boom Lindor. Lol.

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    1. It always happens like that. Announcers clearly know the script. Looks like the 33 was big for Kluber tonight.

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    2. I know, found it funny I just got into my car and heard it and grinned.

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  8. Tenn. Coach "Butch Jones"
    English-gem = 738 reduced 18 to 9
    eng-ordinal = 117 to 9
    Tenn is currently ranked 9th.

    either Alabama or Ohio State loses tomorrow...but which one if not both?

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    1. o/u for OSU and Wiscy is 44

      Wisconsin = 44

      o/u for Bama UT is 58

      freemasonry = 58

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    2. Thought I read somewhere it said Ohio st creeping up on bama.

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    3. Todays date numerology 10-15-2016 10+15+16 = 41
      Camp Randall = 41
      T.J. Watt = 13

      6 years ago and 1 day the Badgers upset Osu at home.
      61 also today's date numerology. 10+15+20+16 = 61

      Take the badgers and the ten points.

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  9. Kluber = 24/33
    They bring in Miller who's #24

    Miller = 33

    Lol

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    1. Just had a guy get a hit to go 3 for 3, next hitter Coco Crisp (CC/33) with the sacrifice. Lol 33 is all over the place in this game.

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    2. Coco Crisp, Cleveland cavaliers, Chicago Cubs,Chicago Cardinals..rumor has it the Arizona Cardinals win it next year..i'm just associating for the hell of it

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    3. They just had a graphic up... Runners Left On Base:
      Jays 7
      Indians 4

      74 lol

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  10. Took peak at game when they show AMOUNT OF PROLLS DRINKING AND FUC N HOOTING AN HOLLERING IN THE JOINT CAN'T HELP BUT THINK ABOUT THE NARRATOR voice FROM THE...1984 Book..smmfh

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  11. home run: exit velocity - 103.7 or 137, timely article bro...
    and of course distance 407 ft. so 47 and 74 mirrored. they really don't ever quit...
    once you start seeing it... you can't un-see it... that 103.7 was like a neon fucking sign to me...

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  12. Tonight's hero Francisco Lindor has interesting gematria...

    Francisco Miguel Lindor = 227
    Francisco = 322

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  13. max payout on bovada is is $100K for SB.

    parlay Colts to win AFC and Giants to win SB and you need exactly $78.55 to max cash out at like $99,915 plus your initial bet back.

    80 bucks to potentially win $100K

    can you hold off on that discounted pair of Jordan's? can you pass on buying that next sack of nug? what about not going out to eat quite as much for a few weeks?

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    1. i already placed my bet - you're up!

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    2. Sup Jayhawk, how you bet on that? Teach me lol

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    3. no doubt! go to bovada and sign up - if you haven't yet.

      from there, select NFL and go to the futures tab. select Giants to win the Super Bowl at +6600 and pick the Colts to win the AFC at +1800 and then go to your bet slip. on the bottom, hit the parlay button and enter the bet above for max payout on this game - $78.55

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    5. I will do that

      Have you ever won a parlay?

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    6. i've only ever placed two - one was last week and only a two team parlay but I was only taking it strictly based off the odds. Patriots AND Steelers loss??? nah homie, they both won. fuck it, I play poker and quantify the odds - took a $60 shot at that one for a big payoff.

      anyways, the parlay is for the narrative we've been following so fuck it, I can do one of the above "sacrifices" I typed out.

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    7. I placed a bet on 5Dimes for the Colts to win the AFC. Not nearly the payout that you are talking, but if they do it I get $6800

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    8. @jayhawk, so if you bet more than $80 bucks on this situation, even if it says 127,000+ or whatever, they'll only go up to $100,000?

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    9. yeah dawg - max payout $100K including your initial lay down

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    10. Cool cool. On 5Dimes right now they have Indy NYG Superbowl matchup at +90000, pretty good considering it's just the matchup not Giants winning.

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    11. it will show you the payout but if you go to process it - you get a prompt that says "max payout for this game is $100000"

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    12. All I can say is hopefully they pay up. They probably hardly ever have to pay out that amount. We know how tptb are, after all.

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    13. word. what is max payout on 5dimes?

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    14. Not sure I'll have to look at it more tomorrow. I haven't bet on the matchup yet; you have to have the money in your account there before it will show you your payout unlike Bovada. Honestly, I like how Bovada looks better, but 5Dimes is apparently the highest rated, longest tenured sportsbook out there and their odds on the Colts winning the AFC were the highest when I placed the bet last week.

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  14. Anyone see the Mississippi 44 yard TD? Players tripping over players and what looks to be the safety cant close in on the tackle on the sidelines haha... http://www.espn.com/video/clip?id=17797059

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  15. In preseason basketball Cleveland played Chicago .Chicago won 118-108 haha

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  16. Tenn Vols coach "butch jones" in the English Gematria system equals 738, which reduces to 18, which reduces to 9.
    Nick Saban
    "nick saban" in the English Gematria system equals 236, which reduces to 11, which reduces to 2.
    B. Jones b-day"January seventeenth nineteen sixty eight" in the English Reduction system equals 171, which reduces to 9.

    Alabama has had an 18 game winning streak,1+8 = 9
    Saban's b-day,October thirty first nineteen fifety one" in the English Reduction system equals 189, which reduces to 18, which reduces to 9

    Butch Jones b-day adds up to 33.
    thirty three either gets you 9 or 3 depending on system.

    does the win streak stop at 18?
    I cant find what uniforms Tenn wears tomorrow...?

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    1. UT has a 25 game losing streak to top 10 opponents - longest in the NCAA.

      looking to exorcise the demons as 14 point dogs at home?!?! mascot is a damn dog.

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    2. Butch Jones b-day is the 17th/Jan.,tonight the Duke QB was named Jones,number 17 jersey...um? uh? Duke lost,does it matter?

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    3. Volunteers = 151

      Date of game 10/15 or 15/10 take out the 0 =151

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    4. Alabama=160
      They will 6-1 if they loose.

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    5. in what system are they 160 ? i dont see it

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    6. yes but it reduces to 7 in three systems and 6 in one lol

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    7. Anyone find Jalen Hurts birthday?

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  17. No way Indians take the W in the World Series..... Unless the powers that be decide to be extra nice to "believe land" but I highly doubt it. Cubs out to break curse of the billy goat, Browns horrible and Indians World Series loss all sacrifices for Cavs win.

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    1. think of Kris Bryant in the batting cage with the billy goat in that Adidas commercial.

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    2. I think Cubs will make the world series but loose in World Series

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    3. Ohio has had The Buckeyes be successful for years.not much suffering there.Theres no law of sympathy that says the Cubs finally get anything..the whole idea may be to string people along and pull the rug from under.
      The Cubs have something like the 5th all time winning percentage which means they win a majority of home games no matter what their over all record is.
      they sell more tickets than most teams yearly because they are a tourist attraction for sentimental sports fans. The league doesnt need them to win it all. They may not want to lose that story-line yet.
      look what happened in S.F...The niners build a new stadium..they start building in 2012 and finish in 2014.. Giants go to series in 2010/12/14 while Niners go to SB in 2012.

      my point is its just as likely the Dodgers go all the way because the Rams are building a new stadium because they have to hold off a couple years before making the Rams look that good.

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    4. All do respect ram29. I can understand your theory, but for big markets such as LA don't need this narrative. Win or lose LA will sell. LA knew how garbage the rams were, yet season tickets sold out super fast, why cause LA hasn't had pro football in a very long time. They don't need to win this year or the next few years.

      As for the Cubs you maybe right, it's not very clear on who is going to win the World Series, every team has narratives. This World Series seems like it's working off on repeat history, cycles and circles. If so, I give the nod to the dodgers winning it all.

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    5. I think Jayhawks right here, kris Bryant in the batting cage with the billy goat is so telling. I could see him ending the World Series with a home run to break the curse of the billy goat. One interesting thing to note is that the Cavs and Indians stadiums are literally right next to each other, like a couple hundred feet. If the Indians win its all a big 216 Cleveland tribute, Cleveland home of the 216 area code. But based on how long this gang has hated on Cleveland sports, I just can't see them winning. But Indian =33 just like Cleveland haha

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  18. Maybe you should cover Ice Hockey season

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  19. Jayhawk are you sure Giants beat the Colts? What are you seeing?

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  20. Jayhawk are you sure Giants beat the Colts? What are you seeing?

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    1. following the ongoing narrative that community has been documenting for the majority of this calendar year.

      If we truly are looking at the Giant and Colts in the SB and there's a strong narrative for the Giants to win - why not risk $78 to potentially win $100K?? that's a no brainer.

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    2. i thought it was supposed to be colts over vikings

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    3. should also bet Colts-Vikings too..youll come out ahead either way

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    4. If you can parlay I'd put in more teams

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    5. nah man, Norv Turner is the hex!! seriously though, those amazing Chargers teams with LT and Gates et al in their primes??? I don't see the Vikings going all the way but the return of Teddy next year and Peterson will be better for em.

      how many teams rent a QB and actually WIN the super bowl? that's right, none. Bradford peaked in college in terms of accolades. he's also the reason, so we're told, why rookie contracts have been reigned in since that draft class.

      AP could actually return this season which I think spells bad news for them. he's an offense hog which handicaps the passing game - the main reason Minny does well in his recent absences.

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    6. also, how many teams are considered the best in the NFL so early win it all? I can't say for sure without looking at the precedent.

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    7. Dude, there is no next year for minn. .they host the SB. The whole point of losing draft picks to get Bradford is part of the losing narrative for next year.
      Bridgewater is probably done forever or a career back up. Peterson is obviously done after this year.

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  21. Some really interesting Indians stuff that might be worth looking into..On July 16th this year the indians "sacrificed" a chicken for a player named "Yan Gomes"=99 to get him out of his slump. they said they sacrificed it to "Jobu" = 48 which is from major league. The same day july 16th is the day Nate Thurmond (played for warriors and cavs etc) died. the very next day yan gomes was "injured" and didn't come back. Also weird the Indians team doctor is naked Dr. Schickendanz (like chicken dance lol). this is just another part of the whole fake injury narrative that has been all over the cleveland indians this year, from salazaar, to carassco, yan gomes etc...yan wasn't supposed to be able to bat but came back in the last series of the regular season against the Royals and hit a home run on the first pitch he saw. July 16th is normally the 197th day of the year the 45th prime like the indians winning the 45th world series. "Gomes" = 59. Some other interesting stuff Yan Gomes was also drafted into the MLB by the Toronto Blue Jays the same year that Colin Kaepernick was drafted by the Chicago Cubs as a pitcher. Haven't looked into a bunch of the gematria behind this but the symbolism has been there all year.

    Some other stuff I just noticed. Not only did they stay on 53 wins but the Twins got their 33rd win and stayed on their 57th loss...the game was lost by Gomes on an error in the 11th. The score was 5-4 just like the score of the first game of the CLE BOS playoff series. The Pitcher that came in to win for the Twins was "Trevor May" = 47 like Ohio and 137 lol. He was even born on 9/23. To connect it to your newest video and Buchholtz from 7/16 to 10/6 (the 5-4 game) is 82 days. Also a Dodgers connection, the third base coach in Major League "Duke Temple" is played by Steve Yeagar who was a catcher (like Gomes) for the Dodgers when he won World Series MVP in 1981 playing against the Yankees who were coached by "Bob Lemon" = 33 who was a huge star with the Indians and won the world series with them in 48.

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    2. sorry for the huge blocks, wasn't sure how to break it up

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  22. Terry Francona won the College World Series in 1980 with Arizona and was MVP, game was played June 6 or 6/6 this was 36 years ago. 6x6=36 Francona=36, he was born in Aberdeen=36, South Dakota=36, Joe Maddon=36 every number 1-36 summed = 666. The team Arizona beat was Hawaii=33. This connects to the 2016 College World Series where Arizona lost to Coastal Carolina (CC) which brought the big south its first sports championship in 33 years. The coastal Carolina hat/jersey has the exact same Block C letter as the Cleveland Indians except it is blue instead of Red. "Coastal Carolina Chanticleers"=108 like how long its been since the Cubs won the World Series. Here it really gets interesting. Francona's Coach in 1980, Jerry Kindall, played both for the Cubs and the Indians. The College World Series is played in TD Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha. The Founder of TD Ameritrade owns the Chicago Cubs. The team that plays in that stadium normally is the Creighton University Blue Jays. "Crieghton University" = 108 is a Jesuit School and the family that owns TD Ameritrade and the Cubs are Roman Catholic. The Coach of the Crieghton Blue Jays was also the GM of the Cubs during the Steve Bartman Incident. The Blue Jays connection here is in a previous comment I made about Yan Gomes, the chicken sacrifice (the Chanticleers mascot is a chicken/rooster), and the fake injury narratives being played out in the MLB. Also their 93 World series win, this season they had 93 wins, in 93 they scored 45 (indians won 45th world series) runs to the phillies 36, which all goes back to terry francona and in 1993 he was coaching #23 michael jordan in baseball. 1993 was 23 years ago. Also a connection to the NBA finals Since Lebron is essentially the new '23' and they won game 7 93-89, the 1993 world series was the 89th one. The warriors are originally from Philly and in 93 the Jays played the Phillies. The world series was also won by a walk off homerun, the Blue Jays 33rd at bat of the game, from Joe Carter who started in the MLB with the Cubs and then went to the Indians. The pitcher he hit it off of was named Mitch Williams and his nickname was "Wild Thing" like the character from Major League. Also reminds me of Anderson Varejao who was nicknamed "Wild Thing" who played for the Cavs and was then traded to the Warriors and did not get a ring. Wild Thing = 52 and 106 like Prophecy." Anderson Varejao"= 63, 1-63 summed =2016, and 162 like Major League Baseball. "Mitch Williams" = 151, the 36th Prime, and 61, the 18th prime, Varejao wears the number 18 for the warriors. Mitch Williams was also born in 11/17 the 322nd day of the year in leap years. When Mitch Willams came out to pitch they would play the song "Wild Thing" by The Troggs. "The Troggs" = 47 like Ohio and 119 the sum of 119's divisors = 144. The song was released on April 22nd, Terry Francona's birthday. Days From and including: Sunday, June 19, 2016 (Game 7 NBA Finals) To and including: Wednesday, November 2, 2016(Potential Game 7 World Series) Result: 137 days, the 33rd prime.

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    1. "The Chanticleers were named after Geoffrey Chaucer or that's where the Rooster comes from. He died on 10/25/1400. So same day the World Series begins this year just 616 years later. He also died either age 56 or 57 according to Wikipedia. "World Series"=57 I'm guessing that somewhere in the mix is why the Chicago Bulls have Doug McDermott(former Creighton Blue Jay and his father is the coach) and of course Dwayne Wade to the Bulls because his wife is from Omaha." - Dan

      the bulls played the cavs tonight in preseason while the indians were playing the blue jays. cavs lose 108 (lol) - 118. ESPNs video about Lindors home run is 1:18 long. The Blue Jays starting pitcher Marco Estrada = 118 and is 33 years old. McDermott one of 3 bulls starters to score 11, including wade for 11. Cavs took 88 shots. McDermott scores 11, is #11, and the last and 33rd at bat for the blue jays was #11 on the indians closers 11th pitch grounds out to Lindor who scored the only runs of the game on a homerun Also interesting is JR smith also signed back with the cavs for a total of $57 million. 57 like world series.

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