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2021.01.05 15:17 Sessamy God’s PERFECT word to the English speaking people. The King James Bible.

First and foremost, is our belief in the perfect authority and innerancy of the KING JAMES VERSION. We do not teach that it is an “accurate translation” or that it “contains the words (or message) of God”, but that the text of the KING JAMES VERSION itself, are the actual written words of God to the English speaking people.

2023.06.10 19:45 Neidyougurt We will never forget you, Uncle Ted

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2023.06.10 19:12 LiminalArtsAndMusic Gone to the tar shack in the sky

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2023.06.10 19:01 IamYourBosss Need advice to hit infinite (lv80 currently)

Need advice to hit infinite (lv80 currently)
Hi, in need of advice as I believe this is the season with the best shot for me to hit infinite. CL 4000+, pool 3 complete with a few random 4s and 5s. Never managed to hit infinite the entire time. Career high was previously 80, and was somehow able to achieve it within the first week of this season - partly due to the level reset glitch and all the infinite players already stuck there. Was steamrolling the whole week until the Spider-Man nerf and am currently swinging from 80-83 constantly (pun intended).
Deck strategy:
This deck is built towards baiting 8 cubes, by throwing all the unwanted stuff (-10 void) (-3) to the right lane and surprisingly opponents with Valkyrie + ant man/demon/Titania last turn.
Anything beforehand is to build DD and search cards out with Adam so I can lock down lanes asap. Spider-Man into prof x with support of 0 cost stuff was the go to if DD isn’t around. Sentry can also help to win games with his relatively high power sometimes.
Deck generally doesn’t do well against Luke cage decks. The strength of the deck also went down tons ever since the Spider-Man nerf. Looking to pick up Nebula or Jeff if they can help this deck.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
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2023.06.10 18:28 MsBluffy Why didn’t my last card reveal?

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2023.06.10 18:24 bravo_delta_bot Game 65: Cincinnati Reds (29-35) @ St. Louis Cardinals (27-37) [Saturday, June 10, 2023; 1:15 PM CT]

Linescore 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
Reds 0 0 0 0
Cardinals 0 0 0 0
Reds Lineup
  1. TJ Friedl (L) CF -- .326/.377/.496
  2. Matt McLain (R) SS -- .350/.404/.530
  3. Jonathan India (R) 2B -- .275/.355/.410
  4. Elly De La Cruz (S) 3B -- .333/.412/.733
  5. Spencer Steer (R) 1B -- .286/.367/.480
  6. Tyler Stephenson (R) DH -- .244/.328/.357
  7. Will Benson (L) RF -- .192/.263/.288
  8. Stuart Fairchild (R) LF -- .234/.335/.380
  9. Luke Maile (R) C -- .226/.284/.419
Pitchers Used:
Cardinals Lineup
  1. Tommy Edman (S) CF -- .246/.306/.417
  2. Paul Goldschmidt (R) 1B -- .280/.378/.481
  3. Nolan Arenado (R) 3B -- .272/.319/.469
  4. Luken Baker (R) DH -- .375/.375/.375
  5. Dylan Carlson (S) RF -- .225/.286/.343
  6. Paul DeJong (R) SS -- .237/.320/.458
  7. Jordan Walker (R) LF -- .278/.333/.433
  8. Brendan Donovan (L) 2B -- .251/.344/.369
  9. Andrew Knizner (R) C -- .232/.259/.476
Pitchers Used:
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2023.06.10 16:34 rugbykickoff Match Thread: W.P. vs Natal Sharks - Currie Cup

Comp: Currie Cup
Venue: Newlands
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London Paris Jo'burg New York Sydney Auckland
16:05 17:05 17:05 11:05 01:05 03:05
W.P. Pos Natal Sharks
Clayton Blommetjies 15 Thaakir Abrahams
Mnombo Zwelendaba 14 Werner Kok
Ruhan Nel 13 Rohan Janse van Rensburg
Cornel Smit 12 Marnus Potgieter
Leolin Zas 11 Phikolomzi Sobahle
Jurie Matthee 10 Curwin Bosch
Godlen Masimla 9 Cameron Wright
Alistair Vermaak 1 Khwezi Mona
Andre-Hugo Venter 2 Kerron van Vuuren
Johan Neethling Fouche 3 Carlu Sadie
Ben-Jason Dixon 4 Hyron Andrews
Ruben van Heerden 5 Gerbrandt Grobler
Willie Engelbrecht 6 Thembelani Bholi
Marcel Theunissen 7 Phepsi Buthelezi
Hacjivah Dayimani 8 Sikhumbuzo Notshe
Scarra Ntubeni 16 Dameon Venter
Leon Lyons 17 Dian Bleuler
Lee-Marvin Mazibuko 18 Hanru Jacobs
Connor Evans 19 Corne Rahl
Jarrod Taylor 20 Nick Hatton
Paul de Wet 21 Celimpilo Gumede
Juan de Jongh 22 Tiaan Fourie
Luke John Burger 23 Nevaldo Fleurs
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2023.06.10 16:31 No_Yogurtcloset8865 new contradictions in the bible and YHWH the deceiver

And if you say in your heart, ‘How shall we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’—when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not happen or come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.deut 18:21-22 this overrides Jeremiah 18:8 especially since jeremiah himself was a false prophet according to the torah that falsely told of the everlasting destruction, becoming uninhabited waste and sinking of babylon by the medes.
saddam hussein rebuilt the walls of babylon and it has always been inhabited,it's called Hillah today in Iraq. 4Your territory shall extend from the wilderness and Lebanon to the great River Euphrates—all the land of the Hittites—and west as far as the Great Sea. 5No one shall stand against you all the days of your life. As I was with Moses, so will I be with you; I will never leave you nor forsake you. 6Be strong and courageous, for you shall give these people the inheritance of the land that I swore to their fathers I would give them.… I will give you every place where you set your foot, as I promised Moses.Joshua 1:3 this is a false prophecy and joshua lost against various canaanite peoples and could not drive them out. there is also the issue that the itineraries of deuteronomy and numbers contradict each other,something expounded upon in detail by phd steven dimattei.

also What transpires on the day Moses sets up and anoints the Tabernacle: Aaron and his sons are anointed as Yahweh’s priests and shut in the Tent of Meeting for a 7 day ordination or Israel’s 12 chieftains present sacrificial offerings to Yahweh, 1 a day for the following 12 days? (Ex 40:1-17; Lev 8-9 vs Num 7)?So while Aaron and sons were enclosed in the Tent of Meeting from 1/1/2 to 1/8/2 in the Leviticus 8-9 tradition, so that no sacrifices were being offered during this purificatory ordination period of 7 days, sacrifices were being offered during this time period and the Aaronid priests were active according to the Numbers 7 tradition.

james says 'For God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does he tempt anyone” (James 1:13)'but Ezekiel says YHWH does tempt others with evil by saying '

Ezekiel 14:9

“And if the prophet be deceived when he hath spoken a thing, I the LORD have deceived that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand upon him, and will destroy him from the midst of my people Israel.”
King James Version (KJV)
this is a contradiction.2 peter 39The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. He is patient with you, not wanting anyone to perish, but everyone to come to repentance.
yet yhwh also says :And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not. Make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes; lest they see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and understand with their heart, and convert, and be healed. -,And%20he%20said%2C%20Go%2C%20and%20tell%20this%20people%2C%20Hear,and%20convert%2C%20and%20be%20healed.)

Isaiah 6:9-12-,And%20he%20said%2C%20Go%2C%20and%20tell%20this%20people%2C%20Hear,and%20convert%2C%20and%20be%20healed.)

there is also the issue that yahweh is a deceiver in that he openly tells his prophets like Isaiah and Jesus (Matthew 13:13-15)to deceive
So here we see that Jesus was deceiving certain people by speaking in parables so that they won't (and God forbid!) REPENT AND BE FORGIVEN!
Also in...
2 Thessalonians 2:11
11For this reason God sends them a powerful delusion so that they will believe the lie
So God will delude people so that they can believe lies?
and He also says King James 2000 Bible Jeremiah 23:39 Therefore, behold, I, even I, will utterly forget (Nasha) you, and I will forsake you, and the city that I gave you and your fathers, and cast you out of my presence:
Lets read the Hebrew with Transliteration in english. לָכֵן הִנְנִי וְנָשִׁיתִי אֶתְכֶם נָשֹׁא וְנָטַשְׁתִּי אֶתְכֶם וְאֶת־הָעִיר אֲשֶׁר נָתַתִּי לָכֶם וְלַאֲבוֹתֵיכֶם מֵעַל פָּנָי
läkhën hin'niy w'näshiytiy et'khem näsho w'nä†ash'Tiy et'khem w'et-häiyr ásher nätaTiy läkhem w'laávôtëykhem mëal Pänäy
The Hebrew word (nä†ash) pronounced as ‘Nashah’ has the following meanings:
1) to beguile, deceive A)(Niphal) to be beguiled B)(Hiphil) to beguile, deceive C)(Qal) utterly (infinitive)
As you have read the word ‘Nashah’ means deceive, beguile and so forth. But when we read English Bible translations for Jer. 23:39 all of them use the word ‘forget?’ Why don’t they give the true meaning, why do they have distort the verse and lie to people? Let’s now bring forth evidence from Hebrew Lexicons for the word ‘Nasha’ and see what the true meaning is. Before we proceed further let’s first show The Hebrew word “Nashah” :
Hebrew word Nashah for Jeremiah 23 39
Professor Mark Roncace comments on Jeremiah 23:39 as well, and says the following:
“The word… itself has certain connotations and echoes in the book of Jeremiah where it appears four other times (4:10; 23:39; 29:8; 49:16). In 4:10 the prophet accuses Yahweh of deception by promising peace and then bringing destruction. Thus, one would as John calvin suggested see the withdrawal of Babylonians as ‘God for a time permit[ting]’ the people ‘to be deceived by fortunate event’ (Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Jeremiah and the Lamentations [ed. And trans. John Owen; 5 vols.; Grand rapids: Eerdmans, 1950], 4:367). In fact, in 23:39 Yahweh declares ‘I will deceive (Nashah) you and cast you away from my presence.’ One wonders if deception originates within oneself, as 37:9 suggests, or with Yahweh?” It is clear crystal from all this evidence that Yahweh is a deceiver. When the verse (Jeremiah 23:39) is not distorted, it reads like this:
Jeremiah 23:39 Therefore, behold, I, even I, will utterly DECEIVE (Nashah) you, and I will forsake you, and the city that I gave you and your fathers, and cast you out of my presence.

Yahweh Deceives 1 Kings 22:20-22: 20 And the LORD said, ‘Who will entice Ahab into attacking Ramoth Gilead and going to his death there?’ “One suggested this, and another that. 21 Finally, a spirit came forward, stood before the LORD and said, ‘I will entice him.’22 ” ‘By what means?’ the LORD asked. “‘I will go out and be a lying spirit in the mouths of all his prophets,’ he said.” ‘You will succeed in enticing him,’ said the LORD. ‘Go and do it.’ Here we see that the man said that he would resort to lying in order to entice Ahab and God supported the idea and told him to go ahead and do it! Here is another beautiful verse where Yahweh asks someone to be deceived by his own command. Someone people may not be familiar with the word ‘entice,’ it means ‘deceive.’ So in other words Yahweh is asking who will deceive Ahab into attacking Ramoth Gilead. This passage is clear, Yahweh is a deceiver. Professor George Alexander Kennedy says the following on the passage: …words for eloquence, speaking, and persuading in the Hebrew text of the Old Testament, there is no Hebrew transitive verb to express the thought ‘He persuades someone’ in a positive sense. The closest is the verb pata, which carries the connotation of enticement, seduction, and deception. Even the Lord is said to engage occasionally in this kind of rhetoric (1 kings 22:20-22; 2 Chronicles 18:19-21; Ezekiel 14:9). Active persuasion in this sense is generally thought of as negative. John Calvin also comments on the verse and says: “…mysteries according to your carnal, foolish understanding. What? When God calls Satan the agent of his vengeance and gives him a public command to deceive, does this differ from mere permission? The voice of God is clear. ‘Who will entice Ahab?’ And there is no obscurity when he commands Satan, ‘You are to entice him, and you shall succeed; go out and do so’ (1 Kings 22:20,22).” Yahweh Deceives Ezekiel 14:9-11: 9 ” ‘And if the prophet is enticed to utter a prophecy, I the LORD have enticed that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand against him and destroy him from among my people Israel. 10 They will bear their guilt-the prophet will be as guilty as the one who consults him. 11 Then the people of Israel will no longer stray from me, nor will they defile themselves any-more with all their sins. They will be my people, and I will be their God, declares the Sovereign LORD.’ “ God is punishing him for a crime that He deceived him to do in the first place? Interesting indeed! Professor James L. Crenshaw says: “Jeremiah complained bitterly that God had overpowered him and seduced him in the same way a virgin is raped (Jeremiah 20:7), and Ezekiel employed the verb to describe God;s deception of his prophets (Ezekiel 14:9). Within wisdom literature the verb assumed special significance it describes a foolish person who is mislead. In Psalm 78:36 the word refers to flattery, the means of deceit, and stands in synonymous parallelism with kazab, to lie.” John M. Reed also comments on the passage: In Ezekiel 14:9 Yahweh says: ‘ And if the prophet be deceived when he hath spoken a thing, I the LORD have deceived that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand upon him, and I will destroy him from the midst of my people Israel.’ Yahweh is more than just a liar; he’s also a deceiver in the Book of Ezekiel. Stating a falsehood is bad enough, but to then purposefully deceive is escalation from passive act of lying, to an aggressive act of harmful deception. Yahweh is violating another of his Ten commandment is an injunction against lying, but Yahweh conveniently disregards the laws that he established, whenever he feels the whimsical need to do so. then there is another contradiction in the bible which claims the israelites didn't enter moabite territory,when the entire book of deutereonomy is in moab across the arnon:Then they journeyed through the wilderness and went around the land of Edom and the land of Moab and arrived on the east side of the land of Moab and camped on the other side of the Arnon. But they did not enter the territory of Moab, for the Arnon was the boundary of Moab.judges 11:18
Yahweh also deceives by telling the king of assyria a certain report so he will be killed.
Isaiah 37:6-7
Isaiah said to them, "Tell your master, 'This is what the LORD says: Do not be afraid of what you have heard-those words with which the underlings of the king of Assyria have blasphemed me. Listen! I am going to put a spirit in him so that when he hears a certain report, he will return to his own country, and there I will have him cut down with the sword.' "
Jeremiah 4:10
Then I said, "Ah, Sovereign LORD, how completely you have deceived (nasha) this people and Jerusalem by saying, 'You will have peace,' when the sword is at our throats."

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2023.06.10 16:04 wdmcarth Daily Bullpen Usage: 06/10/23

Last updated: 06/10/23 10:09:57 EST


Note Description
Italics Pitched previous day or twice in last 3 days.
Strikethrough Pitched back to back days.
Bold Recent transaction.
L3:## Number of pitches thrown in last 3 days.
*** SP first start.
** SP yet to reach 5.0 innings in a game.
* SP yet to surpass 6.0 innings in a game.


ARI @DET Ryne Nelson* Miguel CastroL3:4, Andrew ChafinL3:19 Scott McGoughL3:9 Austin AdamsL3:9, Kyle Nelson, José Ruiz, Kevin Ginkel Drey JamesonL3:46
ATL WSN Jared Shuster* Raisel IglesiasL3:18 Nick AndersonL3:8 A.J. MinterL3:10 Jesse ChavezL3:25, Collin McHughL3:45, Joe JiménezL3:29, Kirby YatesL3:44 Michael TonkinL3:33
BAL KCR Cole Irvin** Félix BautistaL3:31 Yennier CanoL3:20 Bryan BakerL3:12 Danny Coulombe, Mike BaumannL3:5, Cionel Pérez, Keegan AkinL3:18, Nick Vespi Austin Voth
BOS @NYY Tanner Houck Kenley JansenL3:17 Chris MartinL3:10 Josh Winckowski Nick PivettaL3:4, Brennan BernardinoL3:7, Justin GarzaL3:15, Joe Jacques Corey KluberL3:73
CHC @SFG Kyle Hendricks* Mark Leiter Jr.L3:48, Adbert AlzolayL3:25 Michael Fulmer Julian MerryweatherL3:33 Brandon Hughes, Michael RuckerL3:37, Jeremiah Estrada Javier Assad
CHW MIA Michael Kopech Liam HendriksL3:14, Kendall GravemanL3:32 Joe KellyL3:18 Reynaldo LópezL3:19 Keynan MiddletonL3:14, Aaron BummerL3:22, Gregory SantosL3:7 Garrett CrochetL3:15
CIN @STL Andrew Abbott* Alexis DíazL3:11 Lucas SimsL3:9 Buck FarmerL3:16 Ian GibautL3:35, Alex YoungL3:15, Fernando CruzL3:26, Joel KuhnelL3:20 Ricky Karcher
CLE HOU Triston McKenzie* Emmanuel ClaseL3:23 James KarinchakL3:35 Trevor StephanL3:22 Eli MorganL3:38, Sam HentgesL3:36, Enyel De Los SantosL3:15, Nick SandlinL3:13 Xzavion CurryL3:46
COL SDP Kyle Freeland Justin LawrenceL3:31 Pierce JohnsonL3:30 Jake BirdL3:11 Brent SuterL3:38, Brad HandL3:18, Daniel BardL3:4, Matt CarasitiL3:26 Peter LambertL3:44
DET ARI Matthew Boyd* Alex LangeL3:22 Jason FoleyL3:16 Will VestL3:20 José Cisnero, Chasen ShreveL3:23, Tyler HoltonL3:13, Mason Englert, Tyler Alexander Garrett HillL3:39
HOU @CLE J.P. France Ryan PresslyL3:19 Bryan AbreuL3:25 Hector NerisL3:29 Rafael MonteroL3:36, Phil MatonL3:32, Ryne StanekL3:20, Seth MartinezL3:52 Ronel BlancoL3:94
KCR @BAL Brady Singer* Scott Barlow Aroldis ChapmanL3:18 Taylor Clarke Carlos HernándezL3:16, Jose CuasL3:17, Nick Wittgren, Austin Cox, Jackson Kowar Mike Mayers
LAA SEA Patrick Sandoval Carlos EstévezL3:38 Chris DevenskiL3:16 Jacob WebbL3:31 Ben JoyceL3:35, Aaron LoupL3:8, Sam BachmanL3:42, José SorianoL3:13 Tucker Davidson
LAD @PHI Bobby Miller* Evan PhillipsL3:11, Brusdar GraterolL3:16, Caleb FergusonL3:10 Yency AlmonteL3:13, Shelby MillerL3:28, Victor GonzálezL3:14, Alex VesiaL3:33, Nick RobertsonL3:22 Tayler ScottL3:28
MIA @CHW Sandy Alcantara A.J. PukL3:14 Dylan FloroL3:9 Tanner ScottL3:32 Huascar Brazoban, Steven OkertL3:16, JT ChargoisL3:16, Andrew NardiL3:29 Bryan Hoeing
MIL OAK Julio Teheran Devin Williams Peter StrzeleckiL3:21 Joel PayampsL3:14 Hoby MilnerL3:32, Elvis PegueroL3:8, Trevor MegillL3:27, Bryse WilsonL3:38, Jake Cousins Tyson MillerL3:10
MIN @TOR Joe Ryan Jhoan DuranL3:40 Brock StewartL3:37 Jorge López Emilio Pagán, Jovani MoranL3:7, Griffin JaxL3:23, José De LeónL3:26 Josh Winder
NYM @PIT Kodai Senga David RobertsonL3:33, Adam OttavinoL3:12 Brooks RaleyL3:34 Drew SmithL3:11, Jeff BrighamL3:17, Dominic LeoneL3:14, Tommy HunterL3:45 Zach MuckenhirnL3:45
NYY BOS Domingo Germán Clay HolmesL3:16, Michael KingL3:26, Wandy PeraltaL3:1 Ron MarinaccioL3:31, Albert AbreuL3:9, Tommy KahnleL3:13, Jimmy CorderoL3:29, Nick RamirezL3:20 Matt Krook
OAK @MIL Paul Blackburn* Trevor MayL3:26 Lucas ErcegL3:40 Sam MollL3:23 Richard LoveladyL3:3, Shintaro Fujinami, Austin Pruitt, Sam Long Ken WaldichukL3:54
PHI LAD Aaron Nola Craig KimbrelL3:34, José AlvaradoL3:22 Seranthony DomínguezL3:4 Matt StrahmL3:28 Gregory SotoL3:14, Jeff Hoffman, Andrew Vasquez, Yunior Marte Dylan Covey
PIT NYM Johan Oviedo David BednarL3:20 Colin Holderman Dauri MoretaL3:17 Jose Hernandez, Yohan Ramirez, Angel PerdomoL3:13 Rob ZastryznyL3:62
SDP @COL Ryan Weathers* Josh HaderL3:37 Nick MartinezL3:19 Steven Wilson Tim HillL3:10, Tom CosgroveL3:15, Brent Honeywell, Domingo Tapia Drew CarltonL3:26
SEA @LAA Bryan Woo** Paul Sewald Andrés Muñoz Justin Topa Matt BrashL3:40, Gabe SpeierL3:15, Penn Murfee, Tayler SaucedoL3:15 Chris FlexenL3:32
SFG CHC Jakob Junis*** Camilo DovalL3:24 Tyler RogersL3:29 John Brebbia Taylor RogersL3:34, Scott AlexanderL3:7, Ryan WalkerL3:22, Luke Jackson, Jakob Junis, Tristan BeckL3:34 Sean Manaea
STL CIN Miles Mikolas Ryan HelsleyL3:11, Giovanny GallegosL3:26 Jordan HicksL3:43 Andre PallanteL3:3 Génesis Cabrera, Drew VerHagen, Chris StrattonL3:24 Steven Matz
TBR TEX Taj Bradley* Jason AdamL3:38 Colin PocheL3:25 Robert StephensonL3:13 Jake DiekmanL3:18, Kevin KellyL3:25, Jalen Beeks, Shawn ArmstrongL3:24 Luis PatiñoL3:37
TEX @TBR Nathan Eovaldi Will Smith Josh Sborz Grant Anderson Brock Burke, José Leclerc, Cole Ragans, John KingL3:23 Spencer HowardL3:35
TOR MIN Bowden Francis*** Jordan RomanoL3:19 Erik SwansonL3:30 Nate PearsonL3:27 Tim MayzaL3:3, Trevor Richards, Yimi GarcíaL3:31, Adam CimberL3:9, Bowden Francis Mitch White
WSN @ATL MacKenzie Gore Kyle FinneganL3:16, Hunter Harvey Carl Edwards Jr.L3:34 Mason ThompsonL3:30, Chad Kuhl, Jordan WeemsL3:16, Cory Abbott Thaddeus Ward


Date Team Player Category Description
6/9 BAL Nick Vespi PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 BOS Joe Jacques PROMOTION Contract selected from minors
6/9 MIN Josh Winder PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 SEA Penn Murfee INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
6/9 TOR Mitch White INJURIES Activated from 60-Day IL
6/9 CIN Joel Kuhnel PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 CIN Ricky Karcher PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 MIL Tyson Miller PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 NYM Zach Muckenhirn PROMOTION Recalled from minors
6/9 PHI José Alvarado INJURIES Activated from 15-Day IL
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2023.06.10 15:03 UnDead_Ted Daily Light Saturday, June 10th

Daily Light Saturday, June 10th


The younger son got together all he had, set off for a distant country and there squandered his wealth in wild living. — Luke 15:13
And that is what some of you were. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and by the Spirit of our God (1 Cor 6:11).—All of us also lived among them at one time, gratifying the cravings of our flesh and following its desires and thoughts. Like the rest, we were by nature deserving of wrath. But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ even when we were dead in transgressions—it is by grace you have been saved. And God raised us up with Christ and seated us with him in the heavenly realms in Christ Jesus (Eph 2:3-6).
This is love: not that we loved God, but that he loved us and sent his Son as an atoning sacrifice for our sins (1 John 4:10). But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us (Rom 5:8).—For if, while we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of his Son, how much more, having been reconciled, shall we be saved through his life! (Rom 5:10)


Forgive as the Lord forgave you. — Col 3:13
“Two people owed money to a certain moneylender. One owed him five hundred denarii, and the other fifty. Neither of them had the money to pay him back, so he forgave the debts of both. Now which of them will love him more (Luke 7:41-42).—I forgave thee all that debt; shouldest not thou also have had compassion on thy fellow-servant, even as I had pity on thee (Matt 18:32-33).
And when you stand praying, if you hold anything against anyone, forgive them, so that your Father in heaven may forgive you your sins (Mark 11:25-26).—Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you (Col 3:12-13).
Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother or sister who sins against me? Up to seven times?” Jesus answered, “I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times (Matt 18:21-22).
And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity (Col 3:14)
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2023.06.10 14:11 ZacInStl Psalm 91, Saturday, June 10, 2023

Psalms 91 (KJV)
Psalms 91:1 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. 2 I will say of the LORD, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. 3 Surely he shall deliver thee from the snare of the fowler, and from the noisome pestilence. 4 He shall cover thee with his feathers, and under his wings shalt thou trust: his truth shall be thy shield and buckler. 5Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day; 6 Nor for the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor for the destruction that wasteth at noonday. 7 A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee. 8 Only with thine eyes shalt thou behold and see the reward of the wicked.
Psalms 91:9 Because thou hast made the LORD, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; 10 There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling. 11 For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. 12 They shall bear thee up in theirhands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone. 13 Thou shalt tread upon the lion and adder: the young lion and the dragon shalt thou trample under feet. 14 Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name. 15 He shall call upon me, and I will answer him: I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him, and honour him. 16 With long life will I satisfy him, and shew him my salvation.

This psalm is unsigned and has no background information included. Yet it is still a very profound psalm, full of amazing truths about God’s protection. It is also one of the passages that Satan used to tempt Christ in the wilderness when he was fasting and praying for 40 days. Overall this seems to me to be a song celebrating God’s protection.
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2023.06.10 13:57 SnooSquirrels2212 Moving Tribunal

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2023.06.10 13:54 dfibno123 Made infinite with classic JaneJaw, my thoughts and walkthrough. Warning *long!*

Made infinite with classic JaneJaw, my thoughts and walkthrough. Warning *long!*
Hi everyone, I’m back again, this time using a Lockjaw deck. Lockjaw has been in and out of the meta multiple times over the last few months with various versions, but the nerf two months(?) ago made him much less popular, though he has made a resurgence recently with a version featuring High Evolutionary. Today though, we’ll be revisiting the classic version, JaneJaw!
After hitting infinity last month I mostly only did daily quests and fooling around, so didn’t get to benefit much from the starting boost some people had this month due to the bug; I started at 73. I promise this write-up will be (slightly) shorter than my usual!
If you’re interested, see my post history for write-ups in previous months featuring DeathWave (RIP), Sera Control, KaZoo, DoomWave.
Why JaneJaw?
JaneJaw may feel like a deck that completely relies on luck, and super unreliable, but in truth any experienced card/board gamer will tell you that RNG is only a bad thing if it’s completely unpredictable. If you can manipulate it so that it favours you, then RNG can be a powerful ally.
In my previous guides, I’ve talked through the importance of priority management and how controlling priority control is key to winning games for most decks. This deck relies on a different mechanic: probability control. The deck is weighted towards lockjaw pulling a favourable card most of the time. The key to climbing is knowing when the odds are your favour and snapping before Lockjaw pulls. If you wait for Lockjaw to pull well before you snap, your cube rate will likely be negative.
There is also some degree of hand management involved with this deck to manipulate Dracula’s mechanic.
Pros: Strong deck in the current meta as all the meta tech cards (Luke Cage, Enchantress, Rogue) are dead draws against the deck. Shang-Chi is much less popular now, and he’s not really a problem most of the time tbh (more on that later). You also get that sweet adrenaline rush when you pull well.
Cons: Requires quite a few S3 cards. This is also somewhat of a solitaire deck because you run zero ways of interacting with opponent, which may not appeal to some players. The fun comes from taking positive risks and seeing it pay through. Although the odds are in your favour, you can, and will lose to bad luck. If you tilt easily, this deck is not for you. I recall a game where Lockjaw pulled all 3 rocks from Korg and RockSlide, that was fun.
Decklist and choices:
The decklist is pretty flexible to be honest. I basically chose the biggest baddest cards available. 1. Wasp - Standard basic card to trigger Lockjaw for free. 2. Yellowjacket - A lot of JaneJaw decks don’t run this, choosing to run 1-costs like Nightcrawler or M’baku instead. However since the Lockjaw nerf, playing Lockjaw on T6 and triggering it 3 times right away is no longer an option, so instead you are aiming to trigger Lockjaw once per turn, and I found I often did not have the 1 energy to spare after turn 3. Yellowjacket, whilst not great, is unfortunately the only other 0-cost in the game. To be honest though, in the grand scheme of things, since we are pulling cards with 10+ power, -1 or -2 is never really game-changing anyway. 3. Lockjaw/ThoJane Foster - Deck’s namesake. Thor is great 3 cost body when you don’t draw Lockjaw that almost always ends up 10 power. Bonus points if you manage to play Mjollnir several times through location effects or recycling through Lockjaw and Jane Foster. 4. Dracula - Dracula is terrifying and people tend to actively avoid the Dracula lane. Dracula can be awkward to play sometimes, but remember only you know how likely Dracula is going to pull a big card; your opponent lives in fear. 5. Jubilee - Another way to cheat out big cards. Jubilee also allows access into some locations (Death’s domain/Luke’s Bar etc) that you wouldn’t be able to access otherwise. 6. Hulk/Magneto/Giganto/Infinaut - Basically the highest power cards around. Some decklists run Dr Doom and Odin. I tried them but I didn’t like it as Odin doesn’t really synergise with much else, and due to nature of the deck you can’t always control the order which cards come out. I feel this deck works better as a tall deck, purely only contesting two lanes, whereas Doom wants to go for a wide strategy, threatening all 3 lanes. 7. Chavez - Improves draw reliability and has a good body that you’re never unhappy to pull. Most importantly she provides valuable decision-making information in the later turns due to her guaranteed draw mechanic.
General strategy:
I always skip T1 and T2, I don’t think there are any circumstances which I would play anything before. That means you have two turns of tempo to start catching up on once you start playing on T3. You do this by always playing into the lane that opponent already has stuff in, to directly challenge them. The majority of the time, you will overwhelmingly win the lane Lockjaw is in, so you negate any previous cards they played in.
Thor and Dracula are great to play into Stormed lanes or places like KyIn.
The important thing playing this is always tracking what cards are left in your draw pile, so you can calculate what your odds of pulling well are, and when to not even bother and retreat. Especially on T6, it’s pretty common to only have 1 or 2 cards left in the deck so you know exactly what Lockjaw is going to pull. Fortunately decks are only 12 cards and it’s pretty easy to keep track after you’re familiar with the deck. If you’re playing on desktop I think there are deck trackers you can use, maybe someone in chat can recommend?
I generally go for the strategy of only contesting two lanes. I often completely abandon the third lane, the only time I go wide is when I’m anticipating Shang-Chi (see counters).
I snap extremely aggressively with this deck, meaning snapping before the Lockjaw pull. If you snap after, people will just retreat and you only get a cube at a time, which is too slow for any serious rank climbing. One bad pull is fine, and sometimes baits people to snap back. Assess what your odds for the next pull are. A bad pull increases the odds of the next pull being good, so it’s easily possible to recover.
As an easy rule, if you’ve drawn Lockjaw, Wasp and Yellowjacket by T3, SNAP (unless it’s Galactus). Literally the only bad pull possible is Jubilee into the Wasp you just put in (it does happen though!). I usually consider Lockjaw, Wasp and any 4 cost in my hand by T3 as good enough to snap, particularly if I’ve identified my opponent’s deck by then.
On T4, play Dracula if you’ve drawn all your big stuff already, play Jubilee if it’s the opposite. If you have Jane Foster then play Thor as it’s a guaranteed 10 power.
T5, have a think about how Chavez affects your pull before deciding whether or not to play into Lockjaw, as this will likely be the final space in the Lockjaw lane. If you’ve got small cards left in your deck (and you don’t have Jane to pull them out first) then it will be worth playing into it now as Chavez increases the odds slightly of pulling a decent body. If you’ve got all the small cards already, then hold on for another turn so you can get a slightly bigger pull.
On T6, play whichever 6 cost gives you what you need to get the best outcome, you will always have a few options in your hand. Magneto wins games by pulling cards out of opponent’s “won” lanes, but will lose you games if you play it carelessly. Sometimes Chavez is the right thing to play if you need Dracula to hit something bigger. Don’t ever play Jane Foster T6 unless you want Dracula to cry - this is relevant as not playing into the Lockjaw lane T6 can be the right choice if there is a 50%+ chance of drawing Jane.
I consider myself fairly risk-happy, and in the later turns, I judge anything <50% as poor odds and will retreat; 50-75% playable, and >75% good odds and will snap if I haven’t already.
Notable deck counters
Very few to be honest. RNG is your best friend and worst enemy.
Shang-Chi seems like a huge problem with all our giant cards but really isn’t a big deal. Look at it this way: Shang-Chi killing a 6-cost Hulk is a tempo gain, Shang-Chi killing a Hulk cheated out through a 0-cost Wasp is a tempo loss. You only lose to Shang-Chi when you over-commit a lane. So if you’re expecting Shang in the opponent’s deck, then spread your power a little by playing Jaw, Thor, Jubilee in different lanes OR stack Dracula with a big card so they can Shang-Chi the lane and lose anyway unless they commit more cards. I think I only lost two games to Shang-Chi through my climb, I won all the others when Shang-Chi was played. Shang also doesn’t seem that common nowadays as well.
My decklist doesn’t run many ways to go into unplayable locations. Jubilee allows some access but still limited. I didn’t find it a big problem and was generally fine since we only want to contest two lanes anyway.
Subterranea sucks. Thank goodness SD reduced its frequency!
This will be much shorter than usual because the deck is pretty even with most decks since it comes down to your draw and pulling most of the time. I’ll just highlight a few more common match-ups.
  1. Galactus - This is your only truly bad match-up because we can’t interact with them. Thankfully this is such a tediously slow deck to climb with that it’s not insanely common. Still quite a few around though, so keep an eye out for the usual warning signs and retreat if they snap.
  2. Move - With this month’s season pass and cards, expect the popularity to continue to rise. Move decks are quite predictable in that once Dr Strange and Ghost Spider come out; they can only move LEFT. The right lane is usually a free win, so you only need to commit medium power into it. Then go all in one of the other lanes and you should be able to win. Be wary they can cough up pretty good numbers if they draw correctly but usually involves multiple moves leftward, so middle lane is usually a good lane to contest.
  3. Sera Control - The only deck that reliably runs Shang-Chi. As mentioned before, play a little wider against this. They don’t have anywhere near the amount of power to contest if they cannot pull off swings through their tech cards.
  4. Darkhawk - Pretty annoying match-up because of all the rocks but still playable because we are one of the only decks able to draw cards through Jubilee and Jane Foster, so our deck usually ends up pretty thin and Hawk isn’t that big. Just be ready to retreat if pulls are awful.
  5. High Evolutionary - Match-up is okay because similar to Yellowjacket, the minor power pings don’t matter too much because our cards are just so big anyway. Also Dracula doesn’t care about power reduction. Remember Magneto can pull Cyclops and Thing into unfavourable lanes. Just be cautious T6 about the size of their Hulk when doing your power calculations. If playing against the control version, be mindful of Spider-Man and Prof X locking you out of lanes.
Deck substitutions/Theorycrafting
  1. Leader - Is an interesting candidate in that he’s a 6 cost you could actually play into Lockjaw
  2. Iron Man - Actually a completely legit substitution for a 6-cost and can offer even more power than an Infinaut sometimes
  3. Dr Doom/Odin - As discussed earlier, many decks run these but I just don’t like it as it opts to go wide rather than tall. I would consider Doom without Odin as he’s just a vanilla 8 power most of the time and that isn’t good enough.
  4. Vision - He’s fine I guess. A medium body but his power is in letting you trigger Lockjaw 4 times rather than the usual maximum 3.
  5. High Evolutionary - A rather different deck that will need multiple card substitutions actually. It’s also piloted a little differently with a slightly lower curve as you need to conserve energy each turn.
  6. Honestly pretty much any big powered 6 cost can be a substitute if you’re missing cards: Helicarrier, Orka, SHulk are all probably fine.
Final thoughts
This was a pretty fun deck to play, although I imagine quite tilting for opponents when it seems like you just luck out in games. I got a ton of “I don’t believe you”s playing this deck when Lockjaw would pull Infinaut. Sometimes Dracula would kill Hulk, when actually my hand was Chavez, Hulk, Giganto and Infinaut so Hulk was actually the second-worst kill, but my opponent doesn’t know that, and just thinks I lucked out! I lost plenty of games too when Dracula would kill Jubilee although there are 4 better other cards in my hand, so although you can do your best to manipulate odds you can still just get screwed by bad luck!
Lockjaw is a really powerful mechanic and many cards around have been adjusted due to his meta-warping power (remember Thanos Quinjet). I wouldn’t be surprised it further changes are made to the good boi himself if he becomes problematic again, so enjoy him while you can!!
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2023.06.10 12:55 rod_GodsServant Let this verse in the bible convict all those who are in need of conviction because the end is near, heed before it's too late, get on the straight and narrow path TODAY.

1 Corinthians 6:9-11 KJV
9 Know ye not that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Be not deceived: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor abusers of themselves with mankind,
10 Nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioners, shall inherit* the kingdom of God.
11 And such were some of you: but ye are washed, but ye are sanctified, but ye are justified in the name of the Lord Jesus, and by the Spirit of our God.
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2023.06.10 12:00 milb_bot 06/09/2023 Daily Minor League Hitter Standouts

Yesterday's Standout Hitters

stats for games since 05/01/2023

AAA Standouts

Masyn Winn 1/3 BB -- [DH, 21, INT - STL] - [F] [T] .295 BA .372 OBP .122 ISO 139 AB 4 HR 5 SB 8 BB% 14 K%
Luis Matos 1/3 2BB SB -- [CF, 21, PCL - SF] - [F] [T] .368 BA .412 OBP .179 ISO 95 AB 3 HR 5 SB 6 BB% 7 K%
Jhonkensy Noel 1/3 HR K -- [3B, 21, INT - CLE] - [F] [T] .183 BA .288 OBP .193 ISO 109 AB 5 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 27 K%
Connor Norby 1/4 HR BB K -- [LF, 23, INT - BAL] - [F] [T] .314 BA .377 OBP .193 ISO 140 AB 5 HR 3 SB 7 BB% 18 K%
Alek Thomas 2/4 2B BB SB -- [CF, 23, PCL - ARI] - [F] [T] .337 BA .374 OBP .145 ISO 83 AB 1 HR 2 SB 5 BB% 14 K%
Christian Encarnacion-Strand 2/4 HR BB K -- [3B, 23, INT - CIN] - [F] [T] .338 BA .401 OBP .338 ISO 145 AB 12 HR 9 BB% 23 K%
Zack Gelof 2/5 HR 2K -- [2B, 23, PCL - OAK] - [F] [T] .300 BA .401 OBP .183 ISO 120 AB 5 HR 8 SB 14 BB% 27 K%
Heston Kjerstad 2/5 HR -- [RF, 24, INT - BAL] - [F] [T] .300 BA .300 OBP .300 ISO 10 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 20 K%
Nick Allen 3/5 2 2B -- [SS, 24, PCL - OAK] - [F] [T] .600 BA .600 OBP .400 ISO 5 AB 0 BB% 0 K%
Jonathan Arauz 2/3 3B HR BB K -- [SS, 24, INT - NYM] - [F] [T] .216 BA .328 OBP .234 ISO 111 AB 6 HR 1 SB 14 BB% 22 K%
🔥🔥​ Will Wilson​​ 2/2 2 HR 2BB -- [3B, 24, PCL - SF] - [F] [T] .255 BA .322 OBP .255 ISO 102 AB 8 HR 8 BB% 21 K%
🔥​ Ryan Ward​ 3/4 2B HR BB SB -- [LF, 25, PCL - LAD] - [F] [T] .213 BA .291 OBP .102 ISO 127 AB 1 HR 4 SB 9 BB% 25 K%
Michael Busch 3/5 HR -- [3B, 25, PCL - LAD] - [F] [T] .263 BA .387 OBP .211 ISO 76 AB 3 HR 13 BB% 21 K%
Taylor Trammell 1/3 HR 2BB -- [CF, 25, PCL - SEA] - [F] [T] .190 BA .346 OBP .333 ISO 21 AB 2 HR 19 BB% 23 K%
Devin Mann 3/4 2 HR K -- [2B, 26, PCL - LAD] - [F] [T] .359 BA .483 OBP .315 ISO 92 AB 7 HR 1 SB 18 BB% 20 K%
Jim Haley 3/3 2B 2BB 2 SB -- [2B, 28, INT - PHI] - [F] [T] .295 BA .378 OBP .200 ISO 105 AB 3 HR 6 SB 10 BB% 17 K%
Elier Hernandez 4/5 2 HR -- [CF, 28, PCL - TEX] - [F] [T] .374 BA .439 OBP .244 ISO 123 AB 6 HR 3 SB 10 BB% 23 K%
Tim Lopes 3/5 2 HR K SB -- [2B, 28, PCL - SD] - [F] [T] .285 BA .361 OBP .177 ISO 130 AB 6 HR 10 SB 10 BB% 25 K%

AA Standouts

Deyvison De Los Santos 1/4 HR -- [1B, 19, TEX - ARI] - [F] [T] .167 BA .244 OBP .120 ISO 108 AB 4 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 24 K%
Jasson Dominguez 2/6 2B HR 3K -- [CF, 20, EAS - NYY] - [F] [T] .234 BA .365 OBP .188 ISO 128 AB 7 HR 5 SB 16 BB% 25 K%
Marcelo Mayer 1/4 HR BB -- [SS, 20, EAS - BOS] - [F] [T] .194 BA .278 OBP .226 ISO 31 AB 2 HR 3 SB 11 BB% 25 K%
Jeferson Quero 2/3 2B BB K -- [DH, 20, SOU - MIL] - [F] [T] .267 BA .322 OBP .276 ISO 105 AB 7 HR 1 SB 7 BB% 19 K%
🔥🔥​ David Calabrese​​ 2/3 3B HR BB K -- [RF, 20, SOU - LAA] - [F] [T] .236 BA .344 OBP .209 ISO 110 AB 4 HR 4 SB 13 BB% 30 K%
Jordan Lawlar 1/5 3B K -- [SS, 20, TEX - ARI] - [F] [T] .245 BA .323 OBP .182 ISO 110 AB 4 HR 5 SB 8 BB% 24 K%
Jonatan Clase 1/4 HR BB 2K SB -- [CF, 21, TEX - SEA] - [F] [T] .230 BA .338 OBP .287 ISO 122 AB 9 HR 23 SB 13 BB% 32 K%
Nick Yorke 2/4 HR BB K -- [2B, 21, EAS - BOS] - [F] [T] .308 BA .401 OBP .171 ISO 117 AB 5 HR 3 SB 13 BB% 23 K%
Pete Crow-Armstrong 0/2 2BB K SB -- [CF, 21, SOU - CHC] - [F] [T] .262 BA .360 OBP .234 ISO 107 AB 6 HR 6 SB 9 BB% 22 K%
Luisangel Acuna 1/4 2B SB -- [DH, 21, TEX - TEX] - [F] [T] .280 BA .364 OBP .121 ISO 107 AB 2 HR 14 SB 11 BB% 23 K%
Zac Veen 1/3 BB K SB -- [LF, 21, EAS - COL] - [F] [T] .234 BA .317 OBP .112 ISO 107 AB 1 HR 15 SB 10 BB% 22 K%
Marco Luciano 0/3 2BB SB -- [DH, 21, EAS - SF] - [F] [T] .157 BA .271 OBP .194 ISO 108 AB 5 HR 3 SB 13 BB% 31 K%
Colt Keith 2/4 HR BB -- [3B, 21, EAS - DET] - [F] [T] .358 BA .433 OBP .301 ISO 123 AB 8 HR 2 SB 11 BB% 19 K%
Chase Meidroth 3/5 2B -- [3B, 21, EAS - BOS] - [F] [T] .321 BA .449 OBP .167 ISO 78 AB 3 HR 3 SB 16 BB% 15 K%
A.J. Vukovich 2/4 BB K SB -- [LF, 21, TEX - ARI] - [F] [T] .269 BA .292 OBP .250 ISO 108 AB 5 HR 3 SB 3 BB% 27 K%
Jose Rodriguez 2/5 2B SB -- [2B, 22, SOU - CWS] - [F] [T] .245 BA .257 OBP .198 ISO 106 AB 5 HR 8 SB 1 BB% 28 K%
Mason Auer 2/4 2B 3B K -- [CF, 22, SOU - TB] - [F] [T] .147 BA .250 OBP .092 ISO 109 AB 2 HR 13 SB 8 BB% 39 K%
Jose Ramos 2/3 2B HR BB K -- [CF, 22, TEX - LAD] - [F] [T] .268 BA .381 OBP .203 ISO 123 AB 7 HR 4 SB 14 BB% 29 K%
Liover Peguero 2/4 2B BB 2K SB -- [2B, 22, EAS - PIT] - [F] [T] .275 BA .348 OBP .196 ISO 138 AB 5 HR 8 SB 10 BB% 18 K%
Colin Barber 2/2 BB SB -- [LF, 22, TEX - HOU] - [F] [T] .233 BA .360 OBP .096 ISO 73 AB 1 HR 3 SB 15 BB% 21 K%
Ceddanne Rafaela 2/3 BB K 2 SB -- [CF, 22, EAS - BOS] - [F] [T] .278 BA .321 OBP .159 ISO 126 AB 4 HR 19 SB 5 BB% 17 K%
Tyler Black 0/2 BB 2 SB -- [3B, 22, SOU - MIL] - [F] [T] .224 BA .389 OBP .173 ISO 98 AB 3 HR 20 SB 20 BB% 25 K%
Dalvy Rosario 1/4 HR -- [CF, 22, SOU - MIA] - [F] [T] .250 BA .250 OBP .750 ISO 4 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 0 K%
Tyler Tolve 3/4 2B -- [C, 22, SOU - ATL] - [F] [T] .203 BA .297 OBP .047 ISO 64 AB 12 BB% 31 K%
Connor Kokx 3/5 2B SB -- [CF, 23, EAS - CLE] - [F] [T] .243 BA .376 OBP .081 ISO 74 AB 1 HR 3 SB 15 BB% 17 K%
🔥​ Jose Devers​ 3/4 2 HR K -- [SS, 23, SOU - MIA] - [F] [T] .275 BA .339 OBP .183 ISO 109 AB 4 HR 2 SB 6 BB% 18 K%
Johnathan Rodriguez 2/3 2B 3BB -- [LF, 23, EAS - CLE] - [F] [T] .310 BA .400 OBP .224 ISO 116 AB 7 HR 2 SB 10 BB% 22 K%
Diego Rincones 2/4 HR BB -- [RF, 23, EAS - DET] - [F] [T] .328 BA .391 OBP .190 ISO 58 AB 2 HR 6 BB% 9 K%
Nicholas Northcut 2/4 2B HR -- [3B, 23, SOU - CIN] - [F] [T] .258 BA .305 OBP .270 ISO 89 AB 6 HR 4 BB% 35 K%
🔥​ Zach Watson​ 2/3 2 HR BB SB -- [CF, 25, EAS - BAL] - [F] [T] .227 BA .297 OBP .258 ISO 66 AB 3 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 24 K%

A+ Standouts

Jackson Holliday 1/2 2BB -- [SS, 19, SAL - BAL] - [F] [T] .342 BA .479 OBP .225 ISO 111 AB 4 HR 10 SB 19 BB% 20 K%
Ryan Clifford 1/3 2B BB -- [1B, 19, SAL - HOU] - [F] [T] .224 BA .323 OBP .271 ISO 85 AB 6 HR 1 SB 9 BB% 27 K%
🔥​ Carson Williams​ 1/2 HR 2BB -- [SS, 19, SAL - TB] - [F] [T] .265 BA .379 OBP .286 ISO 98 AB 5 HR 6 SB 11 BB% 25 K%
Jackson Merrill 3/6 2B K -- [SS, 20, MID - SD] - [F] [T] .317 BA .344 OBP .125 ISO 120 AB 2 HR 6 SB 4 BB% 13 K%
Adael Amador 2/4 BB -- [2B, 20, NWL - COL] - [F] [T] .299 BA .399 OBP .204 ISO 137 AB 6 HR 8 SB 13 BB% 9 K%
Emmanuel Rodriguez 2/4 HR BB -- [CF, 20, MID - MIN] - [F] [T] .189 BA .355 OBP .137 ISO 95 AB 4 HR 5 SB 20 BB% 29 K%
James Triantos 2/4 BB -- [2B, 20, MID - CHC] - [F] [T] .319 BA .421 OBP .121 ISO 91 AB 2 HR 4 SB 11 BB% 6 K%
Alejandro Osuna 3/5 2 SB -- [DH, 20, SAL - TEX] - [F] [T] .261 BA .352 OBP .117 ISO 111 AB 2 HR 9 SB 10 BB% 23 K%
Benny Montgomery 2/4 BB SB -- [CF, 20, NWL - COL] - [F] [T] .202 BA .304 OBP .081 ISO 99 AB 2 HR 1 SB 13 BB% 31 K%
Eduarqui Fernandez 3/4 SB -- [CF, 21, MID - MIL] - [F] [T] .236 BA .299 OBP .124 ISO 89 AB 2 HR 4 SB 7 BB% 38 K%
Willy Vasquez 2/3 HR 2BB -- [3B, 21, SAL - TB] - [F] [T] .234 BA .274 OBP .189 ISO 111 AB 5 HR 3 SB 5 BB% 29 K%
Cayden Wallace 3/5 HR BB K -- [3B, 21, MID - KC] - [F] [T] .221 BA .305 OBP .176 ISO 131 AB 4 HR 6 SB 9 BB% 24 K%
Tsung-Che Cheng 3/4 HR BB -- [2B, 21, SAL - PIT] - [F] [T] .327 BA .449 OBP .279 ISO 104 AB 4 HR 5 SB 17 BB% 15 K%
🔥​ Jakob Marsee​ 2/2 3B 3BB SB -- [CF, 21, MID - SD] - [F] [T] .223 BA .365 OBP .174 ISO 121 AB 4 HR 12 SB 16 BB% 19 K%
Joe Lampe 1/2 3B 2BB -- [CF, 22, MID - CLE] - [F] [T] .158 BA .308 OBP .105 ISO 95 AB 2 HR 3 SB 17 BB% 21 K%
🔥​ Jace Jung​ 3/5 2B 2 HR K -- [2B, 22, MID - DET] - [F] [T] .293 BA .385 OBP .224 ISO 116 AB 6 HR 11 BB% 25 K%
Javier Vaz 1/4 2BB 2 SB -- [2B, 22, MID - KC] - [F] [T] .299 BA .375 OBP .187 ISO 134 AB 4 HR 11 SB 10 BB% 7 K%
Danny Bautista Jr. 2/4 HR -- [1B, 22, MID - OAK] - [F] [T] .270 BA .305 OBP .054 ISO 111 AB 1 HR 6 SB 2 BB% 8 K%
Danny Serretti 2/4 2B HR BB -- [3B, 23, MID - DET] - [F] [T] .284 BA .359 OBP .156 ISO 109 AB 3 HR 10 BB% 15 K%
Kier Meredith 0/2 2BB K 3 SB -- [RF, 23, SAL - BOS] - [F] [T] .200 BA .429 OBP .167 ISO 30 AB 6 SB 21 BB% 19 K%
Luis Yanel Diaz 2/3 2B HR SB -- [1B, 23, MID - LAD] - [F] [T] .310 BA .348 OBP .226 ISO 84 AB 2 HR 3 SB 2 BB% 30 K%
Jack Pineda 2/4 2B 2BB SB -- [SS, 23, MID - KC] - [F] [T] .260 BA .401 OBP .130 ISO 123 AB 2 HR 10 SB 17 BB% 22 K%
Grant Richardson 3/4 2B 3B BB -- [RF, 23, SAL - NYY] - [F] [T] .224 BA .308 OBP .140 ISO 107 AB 3 HR 2 SB 8 BB% 25 K%

A Standouts

Nelson Rada 0/3 BB SB -- [CF, 17, CAL - LAA] - [F] [T] .324 BA .460 OBP .067 ISO 105 AB 21 SB 16 BB% 13 K%
Gleider Figuereo 1/4 2BB K -- [3B, 18, CAR - TEX] - [F] [T] .272 BA .347 OBP .146 ISO 103 AB 4 HR 2 SB 11 BB% 26 K%
Tommy Specht 1/3 3BB K -- [RF, 18, CAR - TEX] - [F] [T] .361 BA .511 OBP .083 ISO 36 AB 1 SB 23 BB% 23 K%
Andy Perez 2/6 K SB -- [SS, 19, CAL - COL] - [F] [T] .248 BA .275 OBP .088 ISO 125 AB 1 HR 7 SB 3 BB% 16 K%
🔥​ Luke Adams​ 1/3 HR BB SB -- [3B, 19, CAR - MIL] - [F] [T] .179 BA .344 OBP .179 ISO 95 AB 4 HR 10 SB 16 BB% 19 K%
Pedro Ramirez 0/2 3BB SB -- [2B, 19, CAR - CHC] - [F] [T] .268 BA .344 OBP .125 ISO 56 AB 1 HR 4 SB 9 BB% 18 K%
Hector Rodriguez 2/5 3B K SB -- [CF, 19, FSL - CIN] - [F] [T] .352 BA .390 OBP .297 ISO 128 AB 7 HR 6 SB 5 BB% 19 K%
Anderdson Rojas 1/3 2B 2BB -- [LF, 19, CAL - ARI] - [F] [T] .261 BA .320 OBP .094 ISO 138 AB 6 SB 5 BB% 14 K%
🔥🔥​ Cristian Hernandez​​ 1/2 3BB 3 SB -- [SS, 19, CAR - CHC] - [F] [T] .206 BA .296 OBP .078 ISO 102 AB 2 HR 7 SB 11 BB% 32 K%
Jadher Areinamo 2/4 2B -- [2B, 19, CAR - MIL] - [F] [T] .323 BA .343 OBP .042 ISO 96 AB 3 SB 3 BB% 16 K%
Abel Bastidas 2/4 2B -- [SS, 19, FSL - DET] - [F] [T] .200 BA .280 OBP .067 ISO 45 AB 4 BB% 22 K%
Moises Ballesteros 1/5 HR K -- [C, 19, CAR - CHC] - [F] [T] .255 BA .362 OBP .164 ISO 110 AB 3 HR 4 SB 13 BB% 11 K%
Carlos Jorge 0/3 2BB K SB -- [2B, 19, FSL - CIN] - [F] [T] .298 BA .398 OBP .144 ISO 104 AB 2 HR 12 SB 13 BB% 17 K%
🔥​ Henry Bolte​ 2/3 3B 2BB SB -- [CF, 19, CAL - OAK] - [F] [T] .298 BA .411 OBP .190 ISO 121 AB 3 HR 2 SB 15 BB% 33 K%
Carlos Franco 3/5 HR -- [DH, 20, CAL - OAK] - [F] [T] .600 BA .600 OBP .600 ISO 5 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 0 K%
Cameron Cauley 1/5 HR -- [SS, 20, CAR - TEX] - [F] [T] .290 BA .351 OBP .210 ISO 100 AB 5 HR 10 SB 9 BB% 33 K%
Brenny Escanio 2/5 3B -- [SS, 20, FSL - NYY] - [F] [T] .168 BA .267 OBP .053 ISO 113 AB 4 SB 12 BB% 30 K%
Jhon Diaz 2/4 HR -- [CF, 20, CAR - TB] - [F] [T] .221 BA .303 OBP .158 ISO 95 AB 2 HR 3 SB 10 BB% 22 K%
Jared Serna 2/5 HR BB 2K -- [2B, 21, FSL - NYY] - [F] [T] .322 BA .364 OBP .273 ISO 143 AB 10 HR 7 SB 6 BB% 21 K%
Jose Hernandez 1/3 HR 2BB 2K -- [DH, 21, FSL - NYM] - [F] [T] .111 BA .400 OBP .333 ISO 9 AB 1 HR 26 BB% 33 K%
Kay-Lan Nicasia 1/3 2BB 2 SB -- [RF, 21, CAR - MIL] - [F] [T] .227 BA .369 OBP .041 ISO 97 AB 1 HR 10 SB 18 BB% 30 K%
Cristhian Rodriguez 2/3 HR BB -- [1B, 21, FSL - MIA] - [F] [T] .246 BA .325 OBP .130 ISO 69 AB 1 HR 2 SB 7 BB% 23 K%
Ethan Workinger 3/4 3B BB -- [CF, 21, CAR - ATL] - [F] [T] .262 BA .336 OBP .222 ISO 126 AB 6 HR 3 SB 9 BB% 19 K%
Zion Bannister 3/5 2 2B K SB -- [1B, 21, CAR - TEX] - [F] [T] .286 BA .333 OBP .143 ISO 14 AB 2 SB 6 BB% 46 K%
Ryan Ritter 2/2 3B HR -- [2B, 22, CAL - COL] - [F] [T] .265 BA .336 OBP .239 ISO 113 AB 7 HR 1 SB 8 BB% 24 K%
Freuddy Batista 3/4 2 2B HR K -- [C, 23, CAL - SEA] - [F] [T] .338 BA .382 OBP .162 ISO 80 AB 2 HR 7 BB% 25 K%
Brett Rodriguez 1/2 2BB 4 SB -- [LF, 25, CAL - SEA] - [F] [T] .173 BA .394 OBP .058 ISO 52 AB 1 HR 8 SB 19 BB% 30 K%

Rookie Standouts

Rafael Ramirez 0/2 3BB -- [SS, 17, AZL - CLE] - [F] [T] .444 BA .615 OBP .000 ISO 9 AB 30 BB% 0 K%
Juan Baez 2/5 2B -- [SS, 17, AZL - MIL] - [F] [T] .500 BA .500 OBP .222 ISO 18 AB 1 SB 0 BB% 16 K%
Marco Vargas 2/5 2 2B BB SB -- [SS, 18, GCL - MIA] - [F] [T] .429 BA .619 OBP .286 ISO 14 AB 2 SB 33 BB% 4 K%
Jean Joseph 0/1 3BB K SB -- [CF, 18, GCL - TOR] - [F] [T] .200 BA .556 OBP .000 ISO 5 AB 1 SB 44 BB% 33 K%
🔥​ Leiker Figueroa​ 3/3 2 2B 2BB SB -- [3B, 18, GCL - ATL] - [F] [T] .429 BA .579 OBP .143 ISO 14 AB 1 SB 26 BB% 10 K%
Johan Barrios 1/4 2B BB K SB -- [1B, 18, AZL - MIL] - [F] [T] .200 BA .250 OBP .067 ISO 15 AB 1 SB 6 BB% 31 K%
Toby Simmons 2/5 2K 2 SB -- [LF, 18, GCL - MIA] - [F] [T] .231 BA .333 OBP .000 ISO 13 AB 2 SB 13 BB% 20 K%
Anthony Gutierrez 1/2 BB 2 SB -- [CF, 18, AZL - TEX] - [F] [T] .600 BA .667 OBP .400 ISO 5 AB 2 SB 16 BB% 0 K%
Esteban Mejia 2/3 3B BB -- [3B, 18, AZL - TEX] - [F] [T] .300 BA .417 OBP .200 ISO 10 AB 16 BB% 16 K%
Harold Grant 4/5 2B 3B K -- [3B, 18, GCL - MIN] - [F] [T] .444 BA .444 OBP .333 ISO 9 AB 0 BB% 22 K%
Alejandro Nunez 2/3 2B BB SB -- [SS, 18, GCL - HOU] - [F] [T] .400 BA .600 OBP .100 ISO 10 AB 2 SB 26 BB% 13 K%
Willy Montero 2/3 2B BB -- [CF, 18, GCL - NYY] - [F] [T] .500 BA .615 OBP .200 ISO 10 AB 1 SB 15 BB% 15 K%
🔥​ Dylan O'Rae​ 0/2 3BB 4 SB -- [2B, 19, AZL - MIL] - [F] [T] .111 BA .429 OBP .000 ISO 9 AB 4 SB 28 BB% 14 K%
Luis Torres 2/2 2B 2BB -- [1B, 19, AZL - LAA] - [F] [T] .615 BA .737 OBP .385 ISO 13 AB 21 BB% 15 K%
Andres Centeno 3/5 HR K -- [RF, 19, GCL - MIN] - [F] [T] .444 BA .444 OBP .333 ISO 9 AB 1 HR 0 BB% 44 K%
Johnfrank Salazar 3/6 2B K SB -- [C, 19, GCL - BOS] - [F] [T] .364 BA .364 OBP .091 ISO 11 AB 1 SB 0 BB% 18 K%
Endy Rodriguez 2/4 2B HR BB K -- [2B, 20, GCL - MIN] - [F] [T] .500 BA .600 OBP 1.000 ISO 4 AB 1 HR 20 BB% 20 K%
Oswaldo Linares 2/3 HR 2BB -- [DH, 20, AZL - SD] - [F] [T] .500 BA .667 OBP .700 ISO 10 AB 2 HR 33 BB% 0 K%
Cristian Feliz 2/3 2 HR -- [1B, 20, GCL - TOR] - [F] [T] .222 BA .364 OBP .667 ISO 9 AB 2 HR 0 BB% 18 K%
🔥​ Jhonson Pena​ 3/5 HR BB 2 SB -- [CF, 20, GCL - PIT] - [F] [T] .357 BA .438 OBP .214 ISO 14 AB 1 HR 4 SB 12 BB% 18 K%
Albertson Asigen 1/3 2BB 3 SB -- [LF, 21, GCL - BOS] - [F] [T] .571 BA .700 OBP .143 ISO 7 AB 3 SB 20 BB% 10 K%
Iverson Leonardo 2/2 2B HR BB -- [RF, 21, GCL - DET] - [F] [T] .500 BA .667 OBP .667 ISO 6 AB 1 HR 11 BB% 22 K%
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2023.06.10 11:27 JustAnArsehole Who Wants To Tell Him?

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2023.06.10 10:57 ImportantDig1191 10.06.23: Daily Practice (2x16kg) 10 Swings, 10 Snatches, 10 Long Cycle, 10 Kneeling Press X6 - 240 total reps ➕ (2x16kg) Bottoms Up Practice - Cleans/Press/Squats ➕ (2x16kg) 20 Alternating SOTS Press ➕ 120 2 Pump Burpees ➕ (1/2lb) Jump Rope - 7:18 minutes total

10.06.23: Daily Practice
Total Training Time: 45:53
Double KB Complex ⬇️ +2x16kg Kettlebells
10 Double KB Swings
10 Double KB Snatches
10 Double KB Long Cycle
10 Double KB Kneeling Press
X6 - 240 total reps
Finishers: ⬇️ +2x16kg Kettlebells
Bottoms Up Clean/Press/Squat Practice
20 Double KB Alternating SOTS Press
2 Pump Burpees - Bodyweight - Explosive
120 Burpees, 240 Pushups
Jump Rope - 1/2 pound rope - High Intensity
7:18 minutes total
Verses for today:
Hear ye now what the LORD saith; Arise, contend thou before the mountains, and let the hills hear thy voice. Hear ye, O mountains, the LORD's controversy, and ye strong foundations of the earth: for the LORD hath a controversy with his people, and he will plead with Israel. O my people, what have I done unto thee? and wherein have I wearied thee? testify against me. For I brought thee up out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed thee out of the house of servants; and I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and Miriam. O my people, remember now what Balak king of Moab consulted, and what Balaam the son of Beor answered him from Shittim unto Gilgal; that ye may know the righteousness of the LORD. Wherewith shall I come before the LORD, and bow myself before the high God? shall I come before him with burnt offerings, with calves of a year old? Will the LORD be pleased with thousands of rams, or with ten thousands of rivers of oil? shall I give my firstborn for my transgression, the fruit of my body for the sin of my soul? He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God? The LORD's voice crieth unto the city, and the man of wisdom shall see thy name: hear ye the rod, and who hath appointed it.
Micah 6:1‭-‬9 KJV
The Lord's Prayer
Our Father, who art in heaven. Hallowed be thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven. Give us this day, our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses. As we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us, not into temptation. But deliver us from evil. For Thine is the Kingdom, the Power and the Glory. Forever and ever. In Jesus Christ's Holy name I pray.
Father, help me put on the Full Armor of God & protect me & my family from the wiles of the evil one.
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2023.06.10 10:36 RugbyBot Match Thread - Brumbies v Hurricanes Super Rugby Pacific 2023 QF

Match Thread - Brumbies v Hurricanes Super Rugby Pacific 2023 Round 16

Venue: GIO Stadium, Canberra Weather: 6 C, Clear
Officials: Nic Berry, Jordan Way, Reuben Keane, Brett Cronan (tmo)
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Brumbies Pos Hurricanes
James Slipper 1 Xavier Numia
Lachlan Lonergan 2 Dane Coles
Sosefo Kautai 3 Tyrel Lomax
Nick Frost 4 James Blackwell
Cadeyrn Neville 5 Caleb Delany
Rob Valetini 6 Devan Flanders
Jahrome Brown 7 Ardie Savea
Pete Samu 8 Brayden Iose
Nic White 9 Cameron Roigard
Jack Debreczeni 10 Brett Cameron
Ollie Sapsford 11 Kini Naholo
Tamati Tua 12 Jordie Barrett
Len Ikitau 13 Billy Proctor
Andy Muirhead 14 Daniel Sinkinson
Tom Wright 15 Josh Moorby
Connal McInerney 16 Asafo Aumua
Blake Schoupp 17 Tevita Mafileo
Rhys van Nek 18 Owen Franks
Tom Hooper 19 Isaia Walker-Leawere
Luke Reimer 20 Du'Plessis Kirifi
Ryan Lonergan 21 Jamie Booth
Noah Lolesio 22 Ruben Love
Jesse Mogg 23 Bailyn Sullivan
Stephen Larkham Coach Jason Holland
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2023.06.10 10:11 _Gyce Easy method for destroying 10 rickshaws in Scrap Heap 2

If you are trying to max out the money grind, here's an easy guide to consistently destroy 10 rickshaws in scrapheap 2.

Set Up:
- Set controls to modern (to save those hands in the grind)
- Set Neutral Speacial to Marisa's Galdius
- Set lvl 1 Super to Luke's Vulcan Blast
- Select Hard difficulty in Scrapheap 2 (Nayshall - Lowlands)

- From standing, hit Gladius (Triangle/Y) 8 times to destroy 1st rickshaw. Don't charge the Gladius.
- Turn (but no need to walk) and do 5 Gladius THEN the heavy button (Circle/B) CANCELLED into lvl 1 super (Triangle+Circle/Y+B). This will destroy the 2nd rickshaw. (NOTE: I used Manon's moveset. I don't think it's necessary, unless some heavy's don't cancel).
- Now just turn and repeat 5 Gladius, 1 heavy cancelled in Special for all rickshaws until time runs out. You'll maintain enough super meter for the whole time period.
- Profit!

With no mistakes you should have about 3 seconds left after the 10th rickshaw is destroyed (The super pauses the timer. Really useful), so there's some wiggle room for messing up.

Hope this helps!
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2023.06.10 10:02 newmusicrls Beatport House Top 100 June 2023
  1. James Hype – Lose Control (Original Mix) 05:09 128bpm E
  2. Larse – A Part Of (Riva Starr Extended Saturn Mix) 05:47 126bpm Dm
  3. Nic Fanciulli, Butch – I Want You (Extended Mix) 08:30 125bpm Dbm
  4. MD X-Spress – God Made Me Phunky (Jess Bays Extended Remix) 07:23 128bpm Abm
  5. Jamie Jones – Lose My Mind (Extended Mix) 07:00 124bpm Eb
  6. ANOTR, Abel Balder – Relax My Eyes (Original Mix) 06:36 132bpm Bbm
  7. Bob Sinclar – Vision Of Paradise (Riva Starr Extended Remix) 06:11 125bpm G
  8. Claptone – Euphoria (Extended Mix) 05:24 125bpm Am
  9. Angelo Ferreri – Ask Yourself (Can You Dance) (Extended Mix) 05:57 124bpm Eb
  10. Bob Sinclar – World Hold On feat. Steve Edwards (Fisher Rework, Extended Mix) 05:33 127bpm Abm
  11. Jay de Lys – Tired Of Loving (Original Mix) 06:33 128bpm Gbm
  12. Gaskin – A Fresh Energy (Original Mix) 08:00 130bpm Em
  13. Mizbee, Gaskin, L.P. Rhythm – Rhythm Master (Original Mix) 05:58 130bpm Dbm
  14. Cajmere, Dajae – Brighter Days (Marco Lys Remix) 06:22 126bpm Am
  15. Mark Knight, Nitro DeLuxe – Brutal (Extended Mix) 06:19 124bpm A
  16. Joni, Mochakk – Da Fonk (feat. Joni) (Original Mix) 06:06 127bpm Am
  17. Gaskin – Movin N’ Shakin (Original Mix) 06:16 130bpm Eb
  18. Superlover – Piano Pump (NiCe7 Extended Remix) 06:46 124bpm Fm
  19. Todd Terry, Riva Starr – This Is The Sound (Original Mix) 06:07 126bpm Gm
  20. YES – Owner of a Lonely Heart (Luca Olivotto Remix) 06:24 125bpm Fm
  21. Leftwing : Kody, Hayley May – Bring The Heat (Extended Mix) 06:01 125bpm Bm
  22. LF SYSTEM – Afraid To Feel (Extended) 04:49 128bpm Ebm
  23. Raven Maize, Dave Lee ZR – The Real Life (David Penn Extended Remix) 06:26 124bpm Cm
  24. Stardust – Music Sounds Better With You (Original Mix) 06:43 124bpm Dm
  25. Jaded – Welcome To The People (Extended) 05:27 124bpm Db
  26. Jamie Jones – My Paradise (Vintage Culture Extended Remix) 05:33 128bpm Bbm
  27. Antoine Clamaran – Other Side (Extended Mix) 06:44 125bpm Dm
  28. Denney, Charlotte Riby – Catch The Heat (Nic Fanciulli Remix) 06:17 128bpm Bbm
  29. Cevin Fisher, DJ Chus – Everytime I Try (Extended Mix) 06:47 125bpm Ebm
  30. Todd Edwards, MANT – Provenance (Original Mix) 06:41 128bpm Dbm
  31. Polina, A’studio – SOS feat. Polina (Skylark Remix – Nic Fanciulli Extended Edit) 06:40 125bpm F
  32. Armand Van Helden, Mark Knight – The Music Began To Play (Extended Mix) 05:04 127bpm Am
  33. Luke Dean – Sounding A Bit 90’s (Original Mix) 06:12 129bpm Gbm
  34. Sam Divine, Dope Earth Alien – Salty feat. Dope Earth Alien (Extended Mix) 05:13 126bpm Fm
  35. Layo & Bushwacka!, Paul Woolford – Love Story (vs Finally) (Paul Woolford 2023 Extended Remix) 05:41 132bpm Am
  36. Eats Everything, Shezar – Get Up (Extended Mix) 06:36 127bpm F
  37. Jengi – Bel Mercy (Extended Mix) 04:30 127bpm Dbm
  38. LF SYSTEM – Dancing Shoes (Take Me Higher) (Extended) 05:01 130bpm Gm
  39. Indeep – Last Night a D.J. Saved My Life (Smeddles More Ass Mix) 06:10 126bpm Gbm
  40. Roach Motel – Wild Luv (Harry Romero Extended Remix) 07:21 124bpm F
  41. Marco Tropeano, Sam Koperberg – Cúrame feat. Sam Koperberg (Original Mix) 06:50 131bpm A
  42. D.O.D – Set Me Free (Extended Mix) 04:41 130bpm B
  43. Low Steppa – The Feeling (Original Mix) 06:52 126bpm Bb
  44. James Hurr, ESSEL – Hit ‘Em Up Style (Oops!) (Extended Mix) 05:26 125bpm Fm
  45. Interplanetary Criminal, Eliza Rose – B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All) (Original Mix) 05:57 137bpm C
  46. Malone, Calussa – Sinfonia (Extended Mix) 05:26 124bpm Gm
  47. Kristin Velvet – Set Me Free (Original Mix) 07:28 127bpm Em
  48. Cevin Fisher – Love You Some More (Harry Romero Extended Remix) 06:35 125bpm Bb
  49. Radio Slave – Wild Life (Disco Mix) 11:09 93bpm Bm
  50. Denney, Charlotte Riby – Catch the Heat (Frankey & Sandrino Remix) 06:40 124bpm Ebm...
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2023.06.10 09:58 newmusicrls Beatport Best Of Hype 2023 Melodic
  1. Toto Chiavetta – Homme Libre (Original Mix) 05:47 122bpm E
  2. Luke Garcia, Th3 Oth3r – Emphasys (Original Mix) 05:41 124bpm F
  3. GEMINIS – Mind Games (Extended Mix) 05:56 125bpm G
  4. Bertolt Meyer – Where Did the Day Go (Original Mix) 06:51 124bpm Gm
  5. Annett Gapstream – Obscurities of Now (Original Mix) 06:03 124bpm Cm
  6. EdOne – Brine (Ivory (IT) Re-traxx) 05:39 126bpm Bm
  7. Namito – Café Del Mar (Original Mix) 08:14 122bpm Fm
  8. Tenvin – Haze (Paul Schmidpeter Space Remix) 05:31 120bpm Abm
  9. Nesstor – Delayed Infinity (Original Mix) 07:32 123bpm Gb
  10. Blindsmyth – Delete Your Cloud (Deep Aztec MFENGU Remix) 05:25 124bpm C
  11. Patrick Ruprecht – Infinity System (Rafael Cerato Remix) 06:39 122bpm E
  12. Daniel van der Zwaag – Soon (Original Mix) 09:10 122bpm A
  13. AFFKT, Brigado Crew – Comeback (Guzy Remix) 05:44 124bpm Gb
  14. Axel Haube, Running Pine – Fading feat. Running Pine (Original Mix) 06:16 124bpm Bm
  15. Skahigan – Karakum Desert (Original mix) 07:01 123bpm B
  16. Delerium, Sarah McLachlan – Silence feat. Sarah McLachlan (Stereo Express Remix) 07:16 94bpm A
  17. Solee – Vivo (Citizen Kain Remix) 06:27 125bpm Eb
  18. Frynn, Julya Karma – Eye Of The Storm (Original Mix) 06:25 124bpm Ab
  19. Dj Kid – Sirens (Jochem Hamerling Remix) (Extended Mix) 06:18 123bpm Cm
  20. S.ONE – Mars (Original Mix) 06:33 122bpm E
  21. Toto Chiavetta, Kelo – Next To Me feat. Kelo (Tape Proc. Mix) 06:15 125bpm F
  22. EdOne – The Last Chance (Original Mix) 06:57 123bpm G
  23. Yulia Niko, Luke Alessi – Scuze Me – Yulia Niko Remix (Original Mix) 07:18 122bpm Gb
  24. Alphasheep – Save Me Now (Original Mix) 06:44 156bpm F
  25. Annett Gapstream – Halluzination (Max von Sternberg Remix) 06:23 123bpm Gb
  26. Thimble – Alma Mula (Original Mix) 06:56 120bpm F
  27. Thirsty Eyes – Hush Hush (Auggië Translate Version) 05:48 122bpm E
  28. Tamer Fouda – Opposite Mantra (Original Mix) 06:12 122bpm E
  29. DMNK (DE) – In Search of Sunlight (Original Mix) 07:13 124bpm Dm
  30. Tone Of Arc, 8Kays – Dance Alone (Olivier Giacomotto Remix) 06:49 123bpm Eb
  31. Denis Agamirov – My Mind (Original Mix) 07:40 124bpm D
  32. Stoneface & Terminal, Roger Shah – Poise (Extended Mix) 06:58 124bpm Gm
  33. Q.U.A.K.E, Martin Magal – Desire for Life (Original Mix) 07:33 125bpm E
  34. Husa & Zeyada – A Little Fun (Gespona & Elif Remix) 06:16 150bpm Em
  35. Nelin – Signal (Extended Mix) 06:22 123bpm Bb
  36. ivan masa – Lascia Che Sia Infinita (19:26 Remix) 06:03 124bpm C
  37. Jonas Saalbach, SBSTN – Alive (Original Mix) 06:39 126bpm Gb
  38. Blindsmyth – All That Fiberglass (Adana Twins Remix) 07:14 124bpm Dm
  39. Emanuel Satie, Tim Engelhardt, Maga, Sean Doron – Side By Side (Original Mix) 06:24 123bpm Gm
  40. Einmusik, Solee – Mariposa (Original Mix) 07:17 124bpm Bbm
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2023.06.10 09:57 newmusicrls Beatport Best Of Hype 2023 Indie Dance
  1. Cassian, ICEHOUSE – Great Southern Land (Original Mix) 06:07 124bpm Dbm
  2. Daddy Issues, Who is Kiks – Alterados (AMFM (MX) Remix) 07:01 120bpm F
  3. REBRN – Going Back (Original Mix) 05:25 124bpm Gm
  4. Joyce Muniz – Joy Toy (Original Mix) 04:40 121bpm Fm
  5. Franz Matthews, Bonnie Spacey – Out Of Control (Original Mix) 07:09 125bpm Gb
  6. MANDU – Space Traveller (Original Mix) 07:06 122bpm Gm
  7. Nobe, Sham Jam – Classic Groove (Original Mix) 06:19 122bpm F
  8. Monro – This Is Who I Am (Original Mix) 06:31 122bpm F
  9. BRK (BR), ID ID – FTR IS NOW (Original Mix) 06:15 124bpm F
  10. We Came – Back 2 The Old School (Original Mix) 06:45 122bpm F
  11. Marc DePulse – A.I. (The Organism Remix) 05:50 123bpm F
  12. Haze-M – Lost in the Citadel (Original Mix) 06:43 124bpm Eb
  13. The Organism – Ego (Marc DePulse Remix) 05:31 124bpm F
  14. Enis Coban, Eylül Sahin – Jaman (Original Mix) 05:54 122bpm A
  15. SNYL, Bonnie Spacey – Guilty (Original Mix) 05:48 122bpm G
  16. Manics – 24 Hour Party People (Original Mix) 04:56 124bpm C
  17. Alain Fanegas – Return (Original Mix) 06:07 124bpm G
  18. REBRN – KOKA (Original Mix) 06:07 124bpm F
  19. ORISS – Chapter Two (Rigopolar Remix) 06:03 123bpm Gb
  20. Sandhog – Accent (Renato Cohen Remix) 07:57 121bpm Db
  21. Vuta – Aerie (Original Mix) 05:47 123bpm D
  22. Luke Alessi – Scuze Me (Original Mix) 06:58 122bpm Gbm
  23. Sharam Jey – Move Out (Original Mix) 05:01 124bpm Abm
  24. Jacob (IL) – Acid Talker (Original Mix) 06:05 124bpm G
  25. Rafael Cerato – The Program (DJ Hell Remix) 07:09 122bpm C
  26. Morgi – Masuda (Original Mix) 07:20 120bpm Eb
  27. Local Suicide – Agapi feat. Sissi Rada (Echonomist Remix) 05:49 118bpm B
  28. Luke Alessi – XCountry (Original Mix) 06:13 125bpm Eb
  29. Far&High – Sans Vetements (Original Mix) 06:03 122bpm Fm
  30. DEFLEE – Pusher (Original Mix) 06:21 124bpm F
  31. Rafael Cerato – The Program (Original Mix) 05:56 122bpm C
  32. Rubbi, Alvee – Devastación (Original Mix) 05:25 124bpm D
  33. Jacob (IL) – Veni Vidi Vici (Original Mix) 06:41 122bpm Gbm
  34. I Promised Mom, ANGST vor GRETA – My Sweet Stranger feat. ANGST vor GRETA (Adam Ten & Mita Gami Remix) 05:40 122bpm Em
  35. SNYL – Feedback (ID ID Remix) 07:15 123bpm A
  36. Fukkk Offf, BOHO, MILLA LOU – Sehnsucht (Maksim Dark Remix) 07:31 128bpm G
  37. Alejandro Molinari – Culto A La Vida (Badwolf Remix) 06:12 121bpm C
  38. BLITHE. – Midnight at the Warehouse (Original Mix) 06:37 122bpm G
  39. REBRN, SHAGY – Electric Zone (Original Mix) 05:31 123bpm G
  40. Evelynka, Jean Vayat – My Soul (Artaria Extended Remix) 07:05 124bpm G
  41. Natasha Wax, Sony Vibe – Tale of Toy (Original Mix) 06:08 122bpm A
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2023.06.10 08:17 SnooRegrets4878 The Opened Prison - June 9, 2023

“The Spirit of the LORD God is upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound.” (Isaiah 61:1)
The Lord Jesus appropriated this beautiful verse of the prophet Isaiah to Himself, preaching from it one day in the Nazareth synagogue and proclaiming: “This day is this scripture fulfilled in your ears” (Luke 4:21).
Note that He came to preach the gospel to the meek, not the arrogant, and to bind up the brokenhearted, not the hardhearted. He also came to set the captives free. This was not, however, to deliver the Jews from Roman bondage as many had hoped, but a far greater deliverance. In the Hebrew, the phrase “opening of the prison” is only one word (a doubled word), and it occurs only this one time in the Old Testament. When Christ quoted it in the synagogue, He actually expanded and interpreted it as follows: “recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised” (Luke 4:18).
The “prison” that Christ came to open is evidently a spiritual prison, a binding of the soul, a blinding of the mind. “If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed” (John 8:36)—free from the bondage of sin, translated “out of darkness into his marvelous light” (1 Peter 2:9).
There was also another prison, a very real prison, deep in the heart of the earth to which He came. While His body slept in the tomb, His spirit descended into Hades where the spirits of all who had died in faith were awaiting Him, and “when he ascended up on high, he led captivity captive, and...ascended up far above all heavens, that he might fill all things” (Ephesians 4:8, 10). HMM
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