Saturday, October 8, 2016

94 | Reader Contribution, the Cubs and Indians in the '94 Season


Someone decided to dig deeper on the knowledge I shared about '94' and the Cubs and Indians.  This is a "web gem".

40 comments:

  1. Have you seen that Progressive commercial making fun of truth-seekers? I posted in on your FB awhile back. I think we're starting to make an impact, at least that's what I hope.

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    1. I also saw a pizzas hut commercial where the guy is a conspiracy theorist. It was something like he didn't believe how good the pizza deal was

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    2. Yeah, on the one hand it pisses me off, but on the other I think it shows they're getting scared. A lot more awake people out there than there was even 3 years ago.

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    3. I guess that's why they are trying so hard to censor the internet and "hate speech"

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    4. Yeah Internet handover took place today (or yesterday?). Perfect time to drop the Trump sexbobomb!

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    5. "Ridicule is the tribute paid to the genius by the mediocrities" Oscar Wilde

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    6. Newest Transformers cartoon series for kids is full of Truthers beliefs, it's awesome. They don't call them theories, they call them conspiracies, which there is a very important truth distinction between the two.

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  2. Here's the latest shooting hoax Zach. A downtown 'gun battle' in Atlanta. 60 shots fired according to the article.

    http://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/midtown-gun-battle-people-were-crying-and-screaming/1d1cUFBn5qylgl55721eFJ/

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    1. Yes a 60!

      Today is the 283rd day of the year, 60th Prime.

      Also the 60th Game between Green Bay Packers and New York Giants. A win for GB would put the record at 32-26-2, see that 322 in there (32-2)6-2. Or wins and ties make 32-2. Also we he GB would win in the playoffs v. The giants, getting to 33 wins v. The jints.

      Today's Date Numerology, which is the same as Nov 8th, election day.
      10+9+20+16=55 10+9+16=35 10+9+2+1+6=28
      1+9+2+1+6=19
      Date also written as 10/9, 109 (29th Prime) also 9/10 military time or 91.

      55, 35, 28, 19, 109, 91

      'NBC' links up with 'Lambeau' nicely
      NBC = 19 E.O. and 55 E.G.
      Lambeau = 19 E.R. and 55 E.O.

      'Green Bay, WI' = 55 E.O.
      'Lambeau' = 55
      Aaron Rodgers' game to his birth date is 55 days incl end date.
      'Five five' = 84 E.O.
      84 days till the end of the year incl. End date.

      Eli's current age is 35.
      Rodgers Birth Numerology 12+2+1+9+8+3 = 35
      'Thirty-Five' = 61 E.R.
      'Green and Gold' = 61 E.R.
      61 and 16 have been 'Grand' numbers for the Packers.
      'Three five' = 53 E.R.
      'Eli Manning' = 53 E.R.
      35th Prime is 149
      Packers Home Record vs. Giants is 14-9 'could' be an indicator for the Packers to win based on countless reads in the past.

      'The Pack' = 28 E.R.
      'Packers' = 28 E.R.
      'Twenty Eight' = 57 E.R.
      'Mike McCarthy' = 57 E.R.
      'Two Eight' = 44 E.R.
      'Wisconsin' = 44 E.R.
      Green Bay Coordinates 44 N X 88W, like Minneapolis and Baltimore 44th Parallel (still hoping someone does a Baltimore read for the super bowl ride...)

      Game Date = 10/9, 109
      'Green Bay, WI' = 109 E.O.
      'One hundred nine' = 150 E.O.
      'Green Bay Packers' = 150 E.O.
      'GBP' = 150 E.S.

      And the Kevin Greene (GREEN Bay) tribute, #91, enshrined in the HOF this year. Along with Brett Favre, whose birthday is tomorrow, turning 47! Yes Green Bay in the 47th modern super bowl. (Like I said go ahead and claim Vikes here if that's your mantra)
      'McCarthy' = 91 E.O.
      'Lambeau field' = 91 E.O.
      Obviously both 'nine one' and 'one nine' = 76 E.O.
      Time between game and Aaron Rodgers' birthdate is 7 weeks and 4 days incl end date.

      Interesting things to note...
      Eli Manning's 199th consecutive start.
      He scored his 200th TD vs. Green Bay a few years back. Today he sits at 298 TD's. Will probably get 2 vs. GREEN Bay, but not much tells me a Giants win.
      Giants are 6 points from being 0-4, you could say 4 pts, but that involves ties.

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    2. Rodgers birthdate 7 weeks and 6 days to tie the 76 in.

      Also from above, Green Bay may see the Giants again in the playoffs, to then move to 33 wins all time in their 6 1st matchup. Like I said 61 is good for Green Bay. The sentence was mucked up..

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    3. Lombardi, whom started in New York with his 1st championship in the 50's, moved to Green Bay to coach. In 1961, (61) Lombardi beat New York Giants on New Year's Eve. If that's not a 'Happy Ending'...Lombardi passed on at age 57..

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    4. Or today is 61st prime, my excel list is fucked up somewhere. Either way, it backs up my 61 good for Green Bay.

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    5. Told you Zach. 39 Not good for NY.

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  3. Hey Zach, The Orioles had their black jersey on for the Wild Card game Tuesday, they only wear them on Fridays, does that mean they were sacrificed, if so sacrificed for what, as I am a little slow at these things. Also my wife said it is a wonder your head hasn't exploded with all that you do. LMAO!! Love from Baltimore my friend.

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    1. It had to be a sacrifice when you leave your bullpen ace on the bench!

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  4. MAJOR LEAUGE MOVIE!!! i @!$@#$ love that movie.

    Just a reminder, fans, comin' up is our "Die-hard Night" here at the stadium. Free admission to anyone who was actually alive the last time the Indians won a pennant.

    anyway, redsox take the series

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  5. Maybe the 3 Texas related retirements (Texiera, Fielder, and Rodriguez), is a tribute for them to win 3 straight vs the Blue Jays?

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    1. if they take it to game 5 it'll also be 10/12 a lot like 112, very good chance of it happening.

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  6. There's a player on the national that has a grandpa that was alive during the last time Cubs won a championship 108 years ago..even the announcer was like nooo way ..later on they showed a graphic of Lester and the announcer said "now if Lester has a grandpa alive during 1908 were Gona shit this whole broad cast off" lol I think it's the shortstop drew on the Nationals.

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    1. That would suck if Cubs won and that grandpa died the same day.

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  7. Blue Jays = 23. It's been 23 years since 1993 when the blue jays won their last world series. And 93 is the number of win they had when they clinched their division. Don't really know if this will mean much.

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  8. Also the three rangers player retiring could also possibly mean that they could be retired in there games in the playoffs.

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  9. If the Rangers lose tomorrow which I still think they may win and win the series, but if they do lose, it sets up the same narrative as the NBA had. Cleveland would be facing Toronto in the semifinals and I would see Cleveland winning because of their 216 area code in 2016. The Indians have had parallels with the cavs all year so it's possible. Just don't know if the freemasons would blatantly put 2 cleveland teams in the championship when Cleveland is the laughing stock of sports, it's too obvious even for a casual fan. The Rangers had their name change back in 1972, that was 44 years ago like Kill, seems fitting that they would lose to the cubs imo, have to see, tomorrow will pretty much fulfill the script.

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    1. if cleveland does win the AL it probably would continue the NBA Parallels;

      should it go to a game 7 on 11/2 for the 112th world series then it would be in Cleveland lol, Cleveland would see how it feels to lose a game 7 in their home stadium. If they really want to throw it in everyone's face they'll have the cubs down 1-3 also, only a braindead vegetated hopeless loser would think it's a coincidence if that happens, but that's 99% of the population so...

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    2. It is actually thw perfect time for the Indians to make it far in the playoffs. The curse is gone now, afterall, and for all those braindead miracle-waiting magic-believers, more gold in Cleveland would solidify that. Not that I think they win, but they can still be the AL Champions.

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    3. Just remember, nothing is too obvious to the sleeper.

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    4. I'd like to see if the Canadian team would win on accident. It would be funny to see the elite's plan be screwed up, but the would probably find a way to use the numbers to benefit them somehow.

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  10. Fenway Park game seven = 211 the reflection of the date of game seven.

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  11. Today's NFL Detroit vs Philadelphia
    121 days until Matthew Stafford bday 121=revelation Philadelphia tied to revelation in the Bible

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    1. in 2 weeks, the Vikings and Eagles play, this is the only possibility of 2 undefeated teams playing this yr (that late in season)....I like the Vikes and eagles to win the next 2 weeks as this game will have big hype, and Philly wins

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  12. Immediately made me think of Dominick Rhodes, #33, Indianapolis Colts.

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  13. FSU 20 Miami 19=39

    New York=39

    Train derailed in new Hyde park NY

    Hmmm

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    1. https://www.yahoo.com/news/commuter-train-derails-east-york-city-022849687.html

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  14. Pats 41, Browns 3 for the 227th Belechik Win. Too much? Lol

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    1. Try 51 TD'S in 12 games, or 11 if he sits out week 17. I love Belechick, and all he does for the NFL. Cut - off sweatshirt sleeves today, I'm hoping.

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  15. I didn't know the blue Jay's used to be called Toronto Giants....

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  16. Noah Syndergaard posted a tweet at 1:08 A.M. on October 6th saying, "Baseball has a way of ripping your heart out, stabbing it, putting it back in your chest, then healing itself just in time for Spring Training." :) Check out that 1:08 in reference to the Cubs!

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    1. https://twitter.com/Noahsyndergaard/status/783896639626940417

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