e: 216

126 The Supporter

The 126 seeks out a life of intentional service to a cause or person that acts on what they believe in. The 2 provides the motivation to interact with the outside world specifically as a drive to help. In order to be helpful, the 126 will draw on the inquisitive and suspicious 6 as well as the drive of 1 to improve and project these intentions on the target of their help. The 126 is happiest being the loyal confidant and advisor of the powerful decision maker, but can sometimes become so focused on their own idea of what is right and best that they become oppressive rather than supportive.

(description by @naughty-nanny)

Overtime Sports Group (OTSG)

The Overtime Sports Group (OTSG) is a Sports agency ran by three young men from Benedictine High School and one from Glenville. Their names are Tyshawn Goolsby (21), Micah Holmes (19), Jospeh Herriott (20), and Reggie Flowers (19). They started the agency idea about two or three years ago but put it into a solid plan a year ago. As a collective they look and scout college football players to see who has the most talent or brightest future. Overtime they want to expand to looking at basketball players and other sports as well. They find clients by networking and from just being friends with the athletes. The athletes may have met OTSG at their own football game, or maybe even class considering the OTSG members are all college students. When asked who do they look up to locally and nationally they all agreed and said,”Kelton Crenshaw, Jacques Evans, Rich Paul, Klutch Sports Group, Eighty81, and Roc Nation Sports” and when asked why their response was “These are people who have made it out their predicament doing something they love.” As a whole their inspirations are wanting the best for their family and themselves. Also OTSG said,”Growing up in Cleveland people on the outside do not see much here, and often overlook our city. Cleveland is the home of amazing talents, and thinkers. Our inspiration is to come together to show the impact that four young men from Cleveland, can have on the world.” Which is really powerful and if they keep that attitude I don’t see them slowing down with their success anytime soon. When asked where do they see themselves in five to 10 years these guys would like to have several clients under their belt and guiding them to the best deals possible, and would like to have the same push they have now so they can be mentioned with the top agencies. Also since its four of them they would to have a headquarter in Cleveland since this is home but maybe have a location somewhere else as well. I think they make up a great group of sports marketers/agents seeing how they have a history in sports and their networking skills are all great.

The members:

Joseph “Joe” Herriott (20) Twitter: @Joex1990s 

Tyshawn “Ty” Goosbey (21) Twitter: @2TG3

Micah Holmes (19) Twitter: @PucciGotEm

Reggie “Scoop” Flowers (19) Twitter: @EasyMoneyScoop

Their email:


The Avengers

Avengers Assemble!

I’m not sure how much time has passed since the events of Nick Fury’s busy week, but I’m going to assume it would take Tony at least a year to build his monument to himself, Stark Tower. So let’s go with that.

Loki shows up and immediately turns Agent Barton and Dr. Selvig to the dark side and starts killing people. 80 people in 2 days, to be exact. Time for shit to get real.

There was an idea….called the Avengers Initiative. The idea was to bring together a group of remarkable people to see if they could become something more. To see if they could work together when we needed them to, to fight the battles that we never could. ~ S.H.I.E.L.D. Director Nick Fury

So Loki comes all the way to Earth because he wants to rule it, allegedly. In exchange for stealing and handing the Tesseract over to Thanos, Thanos has agreed to lend his Chitauri army to Loki in order to destroy the very Earth he hopes to rule. But the Avengers defeat Loki and the Chitauri, Thor takes the Tesseract back to Asgard and Loki becomes a ward of the Asgardian State. Am I getting this right? I have no idea.

Don’t get me wrong, I frackin LOVE this movie. The problem is for me it generated more questions than it answered. 

Instead of what I learned, let’s look at what I didn’t learn:

  • Seriously WTF, Loki?! What happened to him after the end of Thor? How did he get to Earth in the end credits scene where he first begins influencing Dr. Selvig?
  • In the Marvel One Shot: The Consultant, Agent Coulson specifically tells Agent Sitwell that the Council did not reject the Avengers Initiative. But then by the start of The Avengers (possibly a year later), the Initiative has been scrapped. Where, when, why and by whom?
  • How did Thor get to Earth? Loki asks him, “How much dark energy did the All-Father have to muster to conjure you here?” Is there Dark Magic on Asgard?
  • Why did the Chitauri want to destroy earth? Or I guess, more aptly, why does Thanos? Or Loki?
  • What was Loki’s ultimate end-game? If Earth were to be destroyed, what would he actually gain?
  • Why does Thanos want/need the Tesseract?

Maybe once I start watching Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. some of this stuff will start to make sense. But for now, I can’t figure it out.

Next Up: Marvel One Shot: Item 47