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mikenov on Twitter: Why all these politicians look like they are in love with each other, and feel like “I would kill that fucking bastard, and right now!” – ?! Because the are the refined political animals, ziz iz their universally adaptable nature. google.com/search?q=Why%3… images.app.goo.gl/baJxupNc2yReeq…

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Why all these politicians look like they are in love with each other, and feel like “I would kill that fucking bastard, and right now!” – ?!
Because the are the refined political animals, ziz iz their universally adaptable nature.
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mikenov on Twitter: I wish, these #TrilateralTalks, which is is a #good thing and a good #idea in principle, would be happening in the healthier climate, not exhibitionistically #Rightist and tainted with the Electoral improprieties and questions, but in the “normal” circumstances. What is “NORMAL”? pic.twitter.com/imxv6c7i84

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I wish, these #TrilateralTalks, which is is a #good thing and a good #idea in principle, would be happening in the healthier climate, not exhibitionistically #Rightist and tainted with the Electoral improprieties and questions, but in the “normal” circumstances. What is “NORMAL”? pic.twitter.com/imxv6c7i84



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mikenov on Twitter: Kremlin Joins Netanyahu, Says Next Week’s #TrilateralTalks With US in Jerusalem ‘Very Important’ – Google Search google.com/search?q=Kreml…

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Kremlin Joins Netanyahu, Says Next Week’s #TrilateralTalks With US in Jerusalem ‘Very Important’ – Google Search google.com/search?q=Kreml…


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mikenov on Twitter: #Kremlin Joins #Netanyahu, Says Next Week’s Trilateral Talks With US in Jerusalem ‘Very Important’ – Google Search google.com/search?q=Kreml…

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Will CC Sabathia be the last MLB pitcher to win 250 games?

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CC Sabathia reached a milestone Wednesday with his six strong innings against Tampa Bay. The Yankees left-hander earned the victory, making Sabathia the 48th pitcher in Major League Baseball history to win 250 games.

The postgame conversation included a lot of Hall of Fame talk for Sabathia, who also reached 3,000 career strikeouts earlier in 2019, expected to be his final season. Twelve of the previous 13 pitchers with at least 250 wins and 3,000 strikeouts are in Cooperstown, with only PED taint keeping Roger Clemens out.

“I think he’s a lock,” Yankees manager Aaron Boone said, per MLB.com. “This is it for him. I think in five years, they come calling.”

For years, any time a pitcher would reach 300 wins, many folks would wonder if he would be the last 300-game winner. Randy Johnson, who reached 300 wins in 2009, was the last to do so. Now the question might be if anyone else after Sabathia will even get to 250 wins.

Starting pitchers aren’t pitching as deep as they used to these days, making wins harder to come by. The average start in MLB in 2019 is 5.31 innings, down from 5.97 just five years ago, in 2014. Starters getting two fewer outs, on average, has resulted in fewer wins — in 2014, starters got a win in 35.1 percent of their starts, compared to just 31.0 percent this year.

Here are baseball’s active win leaders, after Sabathia.

Bartolo Colon in theory has the best shot at 250, needing only three more wins. But even though he pitched in the majors last year and won seven games with Texas, Colon isn’t currently pitching in any big league organization, and he’s also 46 years old.

The only other active 200-game winner is Justin Verlander, who might have the real best shot. He’s only 37 wins shy, and is still excellent in his age-36 season. He has a 2.59 ERA and leads the majors in WHIP this season (0.743), and already has nine wins in 2019. Under contract through 2021 with the Astros, Verlander might very well reach 250 wins before hitting free agency.

Zack Greinke is 35, and sitting in a good spot at 195 wins. His ERA is only 2.65 this year, and he’s won eight games. Even if he wins another 10 games in the rest of 2019, can Greinke get the other 45 wins in his age 36-38 seasons, which would match his total from ages 32-34?

Clayton Kershaw still has age on his side at just 31 years. He has more work to do, but already getting to 160 wins puts him in a good spot. But then again, 90 wins is an awful lot, especially for someone who has been on the injured list in five of the last six seasons.

Consider that Sabathia, who like Kershaw reached the majors at age 20 and was an innings horse for years, had 191 wins through his age 31 season. It took Sabathia seven more seasons to reach 250. Injuries and decline phases can wreck the best of intentions.

So enjoy these 250 wins for Sabathia, and marvel if or when the next pitcher reaches the milestone, because it won’t be easy.


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mikenov on Twitter: As Trump Fights Subpoenas, Federal Authorities Are Reportedly Investigating Deutsche Bank lawandcrime.com/high-profile/a… via @lawcrimenews

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As Trump Fights Subpoenas, Federal Authorities Are Reportedly Investigating Deutsche Bank lawandcrime.com/high-profile/a… via @lawcrimenews


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mikenov on Twitter: My websites and pages are under DOS – denial of service attack, they should be back shortly. At this point I do not even ask the question: by whom? It might be FBI, GRU, FSB, Mossad, BND – you name it, I do not even care at this point. They are simply an annoyance but symptom #CI pic.twitter.com/2d7w33uL8I

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My websites and pages are under DOS – denial of service attack, they should be back shortly. At this point I do not even ask the question: by whom? It might be FBI, GRU, FSB, Mossad, BND – you name it, I do not even care at this point. They are simply an annoyance but symptom
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mikenov on Twitter: My version of #Socialism is not #Marxist, which postulates the #primacy of the economic forces in human history and development, but the #BioPsychoSocial one, which postulates the primacy of the biological and psychological principles and forces. It is the #BioPsychoSocialTheory. pic.twitter.com/Otqgd896jJ

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My version of #Socialism is not #Marxist, which postulates the #primacy of the economic forces in human history and development, but the #BioPsychoSocial one, which postulates the primacy of the biological and psychological principles and forces. It is the #BioPsychoSocialTheory. pic.twitter.com/Otqgd896jJ



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mikenov on Twitter: My thought about the Power of Weapons as the major force & factor in History stands in marked contrast with its Marxist interpretation as been determined by the mythical and misunderstood class struggle and its absolutely ridiculous idea about the leading role of the proletariat. pic.twitter.com/ARg5hp5912

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My thought about the Power of Weapons as the major force & factor in History stands in marked contrast with its Marxist interpretation as been determined by the mythical and misunderstood class struggle and its absolutely ridiculous idea about the leading role of the proletariat. pic.twitter.com/ARg5hp5912



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Hope Hicks, Marie Kondo, Global Equality Caucus, Farrah Fawcett, Tammy Smith, Elton John, Janet Mock: HOT LINKS

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NO JOE. 21 Democratic candidates, but no Joe Biden, answer questions for the NYT. “The New York Times reached out to 22 Democratic presidential candidates to ask them the same set of questions on video. Twenty-one accepted the invitation. Joseph R. Biden Jr. declined to participate despite repeated requests since late April.”

SPARKING ACCUSATIONS. Marie Kondo accused of stealing folding method.

LEGION D’HONNEUR. Elton John to receive France’s highest civilian honor. “The Legion d’Honneur award will be presented to the 72-year-old megastar by President Emmanuel Macron during a ceremony at the Elysee Palace in the French capital on Friday.”

GLOBAL EQUALITY CAUCUS. New group to launch at UN on Friday: “The Global Equality Caucus is a new international network of parliamentarians and elected representatives aiming to tackle discrimination against LGBT+ people. The Caucus will link elected officials across the world regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. We will launch at WorldPride in New York on Friday 21 June.”

COMMUNITY. New LGBTQ podcast premieres on Spotify: “Ripped from today’s headlines, Season 1 of the twelve-part serialized LGBTQ drama chronicles a fictional shooting that unfolds inside a gay nightclub.  Written and directed by Jack Tracy, the first episode is available now on Spotify. Episode two will launch July 9 with a brand-new show airing every Tuesday.”

TRUMP’S ORLANDO RALLY. A compilation of notably terrible moments.

STONEWALLING. Hope Hicks refuses to answer any questions about the White House in closed door testimony to the House Judiciary Committee: “White House attorneys are objecting to all questions related to the White House, Democrats say, all the way down to where Hicks sat in the West Wing. But Hicks is answering questions about her time on the Trump campaign, which is not covered by executive privilege. The White House is not asserting executive privilege, but arguing that Hicks has absolute immunity from testifying as a senior adviser to President Donald Trump. Democrats called that legal claim “ridiculous” and “absurd” as they signaled they will likely challenge it in court.”

CANCELED. Lindsay Lohan’s Mykonos beach club is closed and her “vapid and tedious” show is over too.

NEW YORK. First openly gay general speaks at Fort Drum. ‘Major General Tammy Smith works at the Pentagon and traveled to Fort Drum to be this year’s guest speaker. Smith was the first openly gay general in the U.S. military. She spoke about her struggles before the military’s Don’t Ask Don’t tell policy was repealed. “I just lived a compartmentalized life. I literally had my work life and my personal life and the stress of keeping those two lives separate took a larger toll on me than I actually ever imagined until the day came that I no longer had to live like that,” she said.’

JANET MOCK. Trans author and activist announces overall deal with Netflix.

REDMOND. Friend reveals Farrah Fawcett’s final words.

JOHN CATSIMATIDIS. Billionaire Trump donor attended Biden fundraiser. ‘Biden spoke to Catsimatidis, who has an estimated net worth of $3.1 billion, for about 10 minutes at a fundraiser held at the New York home of short seller Jim Chanos, according to the businessman. When Biden asked for his help, “I just smiled,” Catsimatidis said. Catsimatidis, who owns the New York supermarket chain Gristedes and ran for mayor in 2013, had praise for Biden, but he is sticking with President Donald Trump in 2020.’

SHIRTLESS FLAUTIST OF THE DAY. Terry Crews.

WISCONSIN. Lawmakers gather for LGBTQ Pride celebration: “Rep. Mark Spreitzer was joined by Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, openly LGBT state lawmakers, including Democratic state Rep. JoCasta Zamarripa, D-Milwaukee, and Sen. Tim Carpenter, D-Milwaukee, and LGBT activists Elle Halo and Sergio Domínguez Jr.”

HUMP DAY HOTTIES. Ed and Frank.

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How the Celtics went from future rulers of the NBA to rebuilding in 2 years

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The 15 steps Boston basketball took to rise and fall before reachIng greatness.

The Boston Celtics spent three years building a well-advertised future juggernaut that never really contended, and now that foundation is all but gone. With the news that the team is preparing to lose both Kyrie Irving and Al Horford this summer, according to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, Boston basketball is in shambles.

With its two best players gone and cap space only available to recoup one star over the summer, the Celtics may have their cards played out for them. After holding tight to young forwards Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum while running for a title, they may become the star pieces of a rebuild instead.

This isn’t what general manager Danny Ainge and the Celtics wanted. The fever-pitch dream that the collection of assets gained from the 2013 trade with the Nets would coalesce into a perennial title contender is over. Back-to-back years of signing premier free agents and drafting prospects with star-potential will amount to zero NBA Finals appearances, much less titles.

Here’s how the Celtics failed to go from good to great.

June 2017: The Celtics miss on Paul George

In pursuit of adding another superstar, Ainge reportedly offered the Brooklyn Nets’ pick which eventually turned into the No. 1 selection for George before the 2017 trade deadline. The Pacers passed. Then, on draft night, the team offered three first-round picks and two starters (one being Jae Crowder) to get George, per Jeff Goodman.

Why didn’t Boston offer more of its war chest for George? Several factors contributed, including the fear of George being a one-year rental and the forthcoming addition of Gordon Hayward in free agency. But the unexpected news that the salary cap number would come in lower than initially projected also made it difficult for the Celtics to script a scenario where they got both George and Hayward. In a sense, they had to choose one or the other.

In the end, the Celtics’ initial offer was strong, but Indiana ultimately accepted a deal with the Thunder before free agency officially began.

Aug. 22, 2017: The Celtics trade Isaiah Thomas for Kyrie Irving

But later that summer, Boston got its star. Ainge executed a controversial deal when he shipped fan-favorite Isaiah Thomas in a package for a younger and more proven superstar in Irving. The Cavaliers guard had requested a trade in the month prior, and Ainge took a gamble by dealing the leading scorer from a 53-win team, along with solid role player Jae Crowder and the final Brooklyn unprotected first-round pick.

Thomas’s health was in question, though, after suffering a hip injury that kept him out of the last three-and-a-half games of the Eastern Conference Finals. In the end, he didn’t return for the Cavaliers until midway through the 2017-18 season. Thomas was a fraction of himself at that point, and was subsequently traded to the Lakers after 15 games.

From a purely basketball perspective, this deal turned into a robbery for Boston.

Oct. 18, 2017: Gordon Hayward fractures his tibia

In the opening quarter of the Celtics’ first season with its championship-ready roster, Hayward suffered an infamously gruesome injury. A fractured tibia and dislocated ankle ended his season before it really began and robbed Boston of its prized free-agent acquisition.

He missed the rest of the season and hasn’t been the same player since.

March 24, 2018: Kyrie Irving’s knee trouble

The Celtics stayed near the top of the East despite losing Hayward, but their luck changed when Irving had a “minimally-invasive procedure to remove a tension wire in his left knee.” The procedure was related to the torn patella he suffered in the 2015 Finals, and though he was only supposed to miss six weeks at most, he was eventually ruled out for the season.

May 2018: The Celtics go on a postseason run anyway

Despite losing two stars, Horford, along with the kids — Brown, Tatum, and Terry Rozier — went on a postseason run that shocked most. They knocked off the Bucks in seven games in the first round, the Sixers in five in the second, and fell just short to LeBron’s Cavaliers in seven. Tatum averaged 19 points per game, Brown 18, Rozier 17, and Horford 16.

Surely a healthy Celtics team could win it all.

June/July 2018: The Celtics refuse to offer the pieces to land Kawhi Leonard

Leonard’s trade request was complicated and messy, and his long-term desires and health status were murky at best. In Ainge’s mind, trading for a player who’d seen the floor just nine games in the season prior was a risk, and that risk only multiplied with Leonard set to become an unrestricted free agent. So, per ESPN’s Zach Lowe, Boston refused to add either Jayson Tatum or Jaylen Brown into an offer for the eventual Finals MVP.

That looks like a bad decision now.

Oct. 4, 2018: Irving pledges his commitment to the Celtics

Unprompted, Irving told a TD Garden audience before the season begun that he’d re-sign with the team when his contract expired in 2019.

“I’ve shared it with some of my teammates as well as the organization as well as everyone else in Boston. If you guys will have me back, I plan on re-signing here next year,” he said.

(Oops!)

Nov. 12, 2018: Irving sounds off, part 1

After a loss in Portland dropped Boston to a 7-6 record, Irving threw shade at his teammates. “We’re not as good as we think we are,” Irving said. “That’s what it comes down to.”

Then he stated the need for an older presence. “Right now I think it would be nice if we had someone that was a 15-year vet” Irving said. “A 14-year vet that could kind of help us race along the regular season and understand it’s a long marathon rather than just a full-on sprint.”

Nov. 20, 2018: Hayward offers to come off the bench

Hayward’s recovery from injury was slow and trying. He offered to play a role off the bench, and Boston obliged.

But according to ESPN’s Jackie MacMullan, Hayward’s play, and the way Stevens handled his return from injury, was at the root of the Celtics’ locker room problems.

“You hate to pick on Gordon Hayward because he was coming back from injury and he was doing the best he could in a tough situation,” MacMullan said in an NBC Sports Boston video. “But I really think that’s where it started. They were force-feeding him on his teammates. Brad [Stevens] knew Gordon well. He wanted to get him his confidence back.

“He gave the benefit of the doubt over and over and over to a player that wasn’t ready, to a guy who had history with him, and it rankled that locker room, and it bothered that locker room.”.

Jan. 12, 2019: Irving sounds off, part 2

In the closing seconds of a road game against Orlando, Irving wasn’t given the last-second shot. The ball landed in Tatum’s hands instead, and he missed a baseline fadeaway.

After the game, Irving went off.

“The young guys don’t know what it takes to be a championship-level team,” Irving said, per Yahoo’s Keith Smith. “What it takes every day. And if they think it is hard now, what do they think it will be like when we’re trying to get to the Finals?

“There were no expectations last year. Everyone played free and easy. Everyone surpassed whatever they expected for themselves. This year? We all have high expectations. The players, the coaches, everyone. And that’s good, but we aren’t doing it yet.”

Jan. 17, 2019: Irving apologizes to LeBron James

Just days after his meltdown after Tatum’s missed shot, Irving stole the spotlight from his Boston teammates, who’d just beaten the eventual champion Raptors by nine points. Unprompted, Irving told the media he made up with James after the trade request from Cleveland.

“I apologized for being that young player that wanted everything at his fingertips, and I wanted everything at my threshold. I wanted to be all that and the responsibility of being the best in the world, and leading your team is something that is not meant for many people. Bron was one of those guys who came to Cleveland and tried to show us how to win a championship.”

Feb. 1, 2019: Irving goes back on his verbal promise

Four months after he said he’d re-sign in Boston, Irving, while in New York for a game against a Knicks team linked heavily with him in free agency, changed his mind. “I don’t owe anybody shit.”

Feb. 10, 2019: Marcus Morris said the team isn’t fun

Morale sunk another notch when Morris spoke out after a loss to the Clippers, in which Boston forfeited a 28-point lead to lose by 11,

“We don’t have no attitude. We don’t have no toughness. We ain’t having fun. It’s going to be a long season.”

“I watch all these other teams around the league and guys are up on the bench, they’re jumping on the court, they’re doing all other stuff that looks like they’re enjoying their teammates’ success,” Morris said. “They’re enjoying everything and they’re playing together and they’re playing to win. And when I look at us, I just see a bunch of individuals.

“It hasn’t been fun for a long time.”

Feb. 20, 2019: Irving doesn’t like questioning about conversation with Kevin Durant

Later, Irving sounded off on a reporter who asked about a conversation that went viral between Kevin Durant and the Celtics star during the all-star break. Fans presumed it was an impromptu free agency discussion.

In the discourse (which can be seen here) Irving questions the legitimacy of the internet, the question, why he needs to explain himself, and more.

“Is the internet real for you in your life? It’s my life, right? It’s two people talking, having a conversation. If this was the real world would it be anybody else’s business? But it’s a video of somebody assuming what we’re talking about, right? So why would I care about it? Why does that have an impact on my life?”

The full transcript is here:

May 2019: The Celtics lost to the Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals in five games

After routing Milwaukee in Game 1, Boston fell meekly the next four games to end its disappointing season. Irving shot a dismal 35 percent from the field in the five games, scoring 20 points on 21 shots per game. Boston may have been as close to fully healthy as it had been in years, but its spirit was broken and they were exposed against a much better team.

That was the beginning of the end. Rumors soon followed that Irving was likely to sign with the Nets this summer, the Celtics lost out on Anthony Davis, and now Horford’s departure seems like a foregone conclusion. The Celtics as we knew them are over.

Nothing about this team ever felt right. Now, Irving and Horford are likely packing their bags and leaving the Celtics to ponder what might have been.


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