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small rant about NFL MVP

Okay so most of you like won’t give a fuck but this has been pissing me off since end of November. In the NFL, they have MVP race and they keep up with until the night before the Super Bowl. Now, Tom fuckin Brady was suspended for 4 games for an allegation two seasons ago. He couldn’t play in the first 4 games of this season and his back up came in. Now, yes Tom is putting up large numbers (per usual) and has been doing what Tom has been doing for almost 20 years. What’s pissing me off is the fact that these “analyst” are constantly shoving down the audiences ear Tom, Aaron Rodgers (who had his most mediocre season and had literally 2 good games through the whole season), and Stafford in these MVP talks and rewarding there mediocre ass playing.
When more deserving players like Derek Carr(who took one of the shittiest franchises to the playoffs after years), Ezekiel Elliot, Dak Prescott (who had to take over for pussy boy Tony Romo’s bitch ass and prove the REAL owner of the NFL, Jerry Jones wrong.) Dak and Zeke are literally THE best rookie duo in current NFL history. Also, Matt Ryan deserves so much more talk as well. These players took these struggling underrated teams from barely making the playoffs and always being last to winning there division easily.
Stop rewarding players that have been just doing what they’ve been doing for years or players that should’ve been doing these things and it finally click in there fuckin brains. Stop rewarding players that float by and leave there defense to do all the work. Stop talking about MVP numbers if they can’t go all the way which most of the time they couldn’t do. You giving Tom this reward is like saying, “hey kids cheaters do win sometimes.” Giving Aaron or Stafford this award is a slap to the face to Wilson, Carr, Dak, and Ryan. “Analyst” for years have been telling Wilson since he’s been drafted that it’s all the LOB and he’s just mediocre. There mad that he is a great QB and they were wrong to draft him so low due to height. They keep telling Dak and Carr they run too much but when Aaron and Tom would run, “it’s great scrambling…” get the fuck outta here. “MVP” means “Most Valuable Player” when have Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady not been valuable to there fuckin team, look around there and you’ll see more amazing players putting up similar if not better numbers. Sorry that Peyton isn’t in the league for you to throw him in race as well.
All in all, stop rewarding players for being mediocre in the season and start rewarding players for there change on there teams and how they change the atmosphere of the game overall. I’m not saying Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, and Matthew Stafford aren’t good at all (cause they are great if not future HOF) but they’ve been doing this for 10+ years. It seems like some players can walk, when some HAVE to fly 1000 mph to be recognized.
Sorry, I had to get this off my chest…
Happy Holidays😌

A Really Long List of Recommended Music

I have been asked in the past to recommend Video Game OSTs, Movie OSTs, et cetera so I decided to make a huge masterpost of the songs I listen to when trying to study/relax/et cetera.

About This List:

It contains exactly 193 songs of varying background/styles. The vast majority of them are from video games and are thusly classical/orchestral. A few of them contain lyrics, some are 8-bit, some are a bit more techno. My goal was to provide a wide variety of songs that many may not know about.

I have included the composers, but not where the song is featured, simply because:
a) the video linked will include it’s source 
b) I didn’t want to make the list any more ridiculously long than it is. 

Please let me know if any of the links are broken!!!

The YouTube Playlist

Dedicated to: @pathfindersara <3 <3

Adagio for Strings, Op. 11 - Samuel Barber
The Adventure Begins - Christopher Héral
Alas, The Dragon Shall Break - Brad Derrick
Alexius - Trevor Morris
All of My Birds - Jessica Curry
Almost Home - Thomas Newman
“American” Suite in A Major, Op. 98b, B 190: II. Allegro - Antonín Dvorák
“American” Suite in A Major, Op. 98b, B 190: Moderato
-  Antonín Dvorák
“American” Suite in A Major, Op. 98b, B 190: V. Allegro -  Antonín Dvorák
Apotheosis - Austin Wintory
Aragami - Two Feathers
The Arc - Dynamedion
Atonement - Austin Wintory
Aurora - Jeremy Soule
Aurora - Jessica Curry
Aztec Theme - Roland Rizzo

Baba Yetu - Christopher Tin
Balaenoptera Musculus - Austin Wintory
Ballad of the Goddess -  Hajime Wakai & Takeshi Hama
Balmorra - Multiple Composers
Barrow Hills - Tilman Sillescu
Betus Blues - Danny Baranowsky
Bicameral Mind - Ramin Djawadi
Bóg Się Rodzi - Geoff Knorr
Bohemian Street Jam - Jerry Martin
Born Unto Trouble - Bill Elm & Woody Jackson
Bowerstone - Russel Shaw
Brazil Medieval Theme - Geoff Knorr
The British Empire - Brian Tyler
Bundle of Joy - Michael Giacchino
A Bunny Can Go Savage - Michael Giacchino
Business Office - Jarred-Emerson Johnson

Can O’ Salt - Danny Baranowsky
Caranx Ignobilis - Austin Wintory
Carnival of the Animals, Finale -  Camille Saint-Saëns
Carnival Overture -
Antonín Dvorák
Carry Me Back to Her Arms - Jessica Curry
Chapter 6 Menus - Danny Baranowsky
Time’s Scar -  Yasunori Mitsuda
The Citadel -
Richard Jacques & Jack Wall
City of Jerusalem - Jesper Kyd
City of Rome - Jesper Kyd
Civil (Explore) - Ben Prunty
Colette Shows Him Le Ropes - Michael Giacchino
Comrades in Arms - Brad Derrick
Corprate Ruins - Inon Zur
Czech Suite, Op. 39- V Finale -  Antonín Dvorák

The Dalish - Inon Zur
The Dalish Encampment - Inon Zur
Dancers on a String - Garry Schyman
The Dark World - Arata Iiyoshi
Darla Filth Offramp - Thomas Newman <- one of my favorite songs ever
Dead End Alley - Bill Elm & Woody Jackson
Delphinus Delphis - Austin Wintory
Detroit City Ambient - Michael McCann
Devil N’ Bass - Danny Baranowsky
Dragon Age Inquisition Theme - Trevor Morris

An Early Harvest - Jessica Curry
Edge & Flight - Solar Fields
Elizabeth - Garry Schyman
Elves at the Mercy of Men - Inon Zur
Enchanted Forest Pursuit - Christopher Héral
Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears and Fears, arranged by Scott Bradlee  
Evil Reawakened - Russel Brower & Glen Stafford
Exit Music (For a Film) - Ramin Djawadi
Ezio’s Family - Jesper Kyd

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Eleven Navy SEALs and eight Army commandos died June 28, 2005, during a battle between U.S. forces and Taliban fighters in the Konar province of Afghanistan. Only Petty Officer 1st Class Marcus Luttrell survived.

SEAL Team:

Lt. Michael P. Murphy

Petty Officer Matthew Axelson

Petty Officer Second Class Danny Dietz

The service members killed-in-action on the crashed helicopter include:


Staff Sgt. Shamus O. Goare, 29, of Danville, Ohio

Chief Warrant Officer Corey J. Goodnature, 35, of Clarks Grove, Minnesota.

Sgt. Kip A. Jacoby, 21, of Pompano Beach, Florida

Sgt. 1st Class Marcus V. Muralles, 33, of Shelbyville, Indiana

Master Sgt. James W. Ponder III, 36, of Franklin, Tennessee

Maj. Stephen C. Reich, 34, of Washington Depot, Connecticut.

Sgt. 1st Class Michael L. Russell, 31, of Stafford, Virginia

Chief Warrant Officer Chris J. Scherkenbach, 40, of Jacksonville, Florida


Chief Petty Officer Jacques J. Fontan, 36, of New Orleans, Louisiana

Senior Chief Petty Officer Daniel R. Healy, 36, of Exeter, New Hampshire

Lt. Cmdr. Erik S. Kristensen, 33, of San Diego, California

Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffery A. Lucas, 33, of Corbett, Oregon

Lt. Michael M. McGreevy, Jr., 30, of Portville, New York

Petty Officer 2nd Class James E. Suh, 28, of Deerfield Beach, Florida

Petty Officer 1st Class Jeffrey S. Taylor, 30, of Midway, West Virginia

Petty Officer Second Class Eric Shane Patton, 22, of Boulder City, Nevada