Is there any problem you FKers can’t solve?
Rajai already owes us a run.
Kh v Ch
there were at least 2 ways rajai could have prevented that Rajai run
Palmer “Sometimes numbers dont lie”
You can run on the grass like that?
yes, runner sets the baseline. can’t move to avoid a tag.
palmer can’tstop praising rajai
Rajai’s fun but man he does some inexplicable shit out there.
I am liking thorne and palmer. I care about telling stores in the game. they are very well researched
ok, that was a good baserunning on the steal
Manny, i knew eric chavez, you are no eric chavez
Machado’s arm is stupid.
I would be there if it were the Areolas in Oakland.
Rajai’s debt is paid in extremely awkward fashion.
i would have challenged that
Hell yes. I’m astonished that they didn’t.
Can’t say for sure that the back of his foot didn’t touch the plate.
The umpire had a very good look at that, so I wouldn’t waste a challenge.
Still, it’s a run and it looked weird as hell.
he was also about to get bashed in the face by a helmet
Apparently Seth. Smith. is on the Orioles.
Also Craig Gentry.
no no no no no
chapman why you out?
He be illin’
Sounds like he has a tummy ache.
you ate it, there is none left it was salty, with butter and it was def you proceeded to eat it cos you was in the mood but holmes you did not read it was a can of dog food!
Yeah, the Chris Smith Story has about run its course.
This is part of the “Mathletics” program. He’s teaching square roots tonight.
dudes, no, its 2017, you are 78 games out, don’t throw the baseball back on the field. (or at anytime, really)
I’m going to make a point of skipping that series with the nickname uniforms. Once you’ve read the names, which mostly aren’t that clever, the shirts themselves look a little silly.
Some NL team is going to grab Lowrie as an extra infielder and pinch-hitter. Maybe not before the end of August, but certainly in the offseason.
Nooooo Mulder just dropped a “the reality is.”
He lives in Scottsdale and Vince lives in Gilbert, so there may have been some coaching in the offseason.
Vince mentioned that the Sunday game in Anaheim was so long that he missed his flight to Phoenix for the off-day conjugal visit.
Marlins Guy has impostors. The real Marlins Guy would have paid his way into Row 1.
Heh, Impostor Marlins Guy is now Tampa Bay Rays Guy.
Chris Smith and the A’s defense are what they are. The offense getting shut down by Wade Miley is sad.
Ubaldo is basically the same journeyman crap as Miley, just RHP instead of LHP, and so far tonight…SAD!
Something I’ve been thinking about lately: If Beane and Forst still think Marcus Semien can be the starting shortstop for a contending team, they must be the only two people left who feel that way. I keep reading that Barreto is a second baseman, but his starts this season at Nashville have been 72 at SS and 19 at 2B.
They would have to go 23-24 the rest of the way to avoid 90 losses, and that ain’t happening. With 68-94 and 69-93 records the last two seasons, I will average it and predict a finish at 68-93 (18-28 rest of season) with some meaningless September game, likely in Philadelphia or Detroit, being rained out and not made up.
We’re currently locked in a struggle with San Diego for the fifth pick in the draft. SF, Cincy, Philly, and the White Sox all look too awful to catch, while dumping those series to the Mets and Braves makes anything lower than sixth quite unlikely. Maybe the September series against Detroit is meaningful if they collapse.
I want the giants to win lots of games
Sheldon Neuse is abosolutely killing Stockton to the tune of hitting nearly .400 and 7 HR’s in less than 100 PA’s. His OBP is .465; his slugging .711! I mean he’ll come back to Earth but holy crap.
Mike Trout in the majors has an OBP of .467 and a slugging of .708. Even in the craziest stretch of hitting by an A’s prospect since Miles Head in the craziest ballpark in the A’s system, Mike Trout is basically matching them in the majors. Wtf.
yet, my between games entertainment on mlb.tv is 75% A-A ron judge highlights
Not sure I buy the conclusion drawn here about the “hot hand” but would like the smarter folks to weigh in
Arsenal already Arsenaling
What a freaking header that was for the winner. My god.
Brugman and Canha sent out, Boog Powell and Michael Brady recalled from Nashville.— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) August 11, 2017
Brugman and Canha sent out, Boog Powell and Michael Brady recalled from Nashville.
— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) August 11, 2017
I was thinking Canha’s contribution would be teaching Chapman how to eat like a big leaguer. “Dude, we have all these great restaurants in the Bay Area. Why did you stop at Applebee’s for your pregame meal?”
Brady pitched on 8/1, was sent down 8/2, which means he was down for 9 days (not including today). I thought the minimum was 10 (unless he was recalled to place someone else on the DL, which does not apply).
What if he was officially sent down immediately after the 8/1 game instead of 8/2?
1) He wasn’t. 2) That is covered by the CBA: “For purposes of counting days on option, the date of the optional assignment shall be counted and the date of recall shall not be counted, provided that the date of the optional assignment shall not be counted if the assignment takes place after the start of a Major League game in which the Player otherwise would have been eligible to play, and the date of recall shall be counted if the recall takes place after the start of any Minor League game in which the Player was eligible to play.” (Nashville hasn’t played yet today. I just checked.)
And since it’s two going down and two coming up, some of the other exceptions don’t apply either (placing a player on the bereavement or paternity lists, or on the restricted list due to a drug suspension).
I was also thinking maybe the Sounds were still out here in the West and played some odd 11 a.m. game, which they sometimes do in AAA due to travel issues, but they’re back home tonight.
If Brady pitches tonight, Showalter should protest for the A’s use of an ineligible player. However, since it’s very unlikely the A’s would win if Brady ever enters the game, the protest would likely be moot.
The only way it makes sense is if that clock somehow is allowed to be retroactive to 8/1 even if filed on 8/2.
Miami Marlins changing name to “God’s Puppies”?
Jeter, the former New York Yankees star shortstop, will run the business and baseball sides of the organization
Among the other investors: former NBA star Michael Jordan, who’s a friend of Jeter.
Yeah this is going to be a disaster.
I liked the new ballpark, roof and all, but the location is terrible. The Dolphins’ place, which has been very nicely remodeled in the last few years, has far better access from much of the metropolitan area. Plus South Florida has never particularly warmed to baseball except for the couple of years when Huizenga bought championships. Since they’ve already shot the new ballpark wad, and as the article mentions local TV revenue is lousy, it would be a challenging situation for anyone.
Casually threatening military intervention in Venezuela is sure to help resolve that situation to our liking.
When the eight simultaneous wars forces decrepit tubs of goo like me to be pressed into military service, US military might isn’t going to be very fiery or furious.
There was a scenario where Trevor Plouffe was going to be the final out in a no-hitter, but it’s not going to happen.
Longoria got hurt earlier in the game which accounts for Plouffe’s presence. Plouffe is .185/.264/.262 in 72 PA with Tampa Bay.
LOL at Angela’s Bitter Beer Face when she tried the “Sour Wench”.
I thought the Boog was supposed to be in the lineup.
He went to the same neighborhood Applebee’s as Chapman.
I don’t think this team is going to lose 100 games, but, the reality is, you can see 100 losses from where they are right now.
A somewhat improbable win, and Brady didn’t pitch so Buck can’t protest.
Cole White, from California — allegedly works at Top Dog restaurant in Berkeley pic.twitter.com/gxPvwQtAPw— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 12, 2017
Cole White, from California — allegedly works at Top Dog restaurant in Berkeley pic.twitter.com/gxPvwQtAPw
— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 12, 2017
Cole White, from California -- allegedly works at Top Dog restaurant in Berkeley pic.twitter.com/gxPvwQtAPw— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 12, 2017
Cole White, from California -- allegedly works at Top Dog restaurant in Berkeley pic.twitter.com/gxPvwQtAPw
This is why whenever I go to a racist rally in Virginia I wear a hat and sunglasses.
Lotta polo shirts in that crowd B.
Sadly, the polo shirt does tend to be the fashion choice of many an asshole.
Looks like another of these Nazis is an undergrad at UNR.
This is a pic of him (on the far right) with @SenDeanHeller pic.twitter.com/1HFJPiGBOQ— ?? (@afterthot_) August 12, 2017
This is a pic of him (on the far right) with @SenDeanHeller pic.twitter.com/1HFJPiGBOQ
— ?? (@afterthot_) August 12, 2017
And to add the rebuttal:
I don't know this person & condemn the outrageous racism, hatred and violence. It's unacceptable & shameful. No room for it in this country. https://t.co/6yQqKZRowb— Dean Heller (@SenDeanHeller) August 13, 2017
I don't know this person & condemn the outrageous racism, hatred and violence. It's unacceptable & shameful. No room for it in this country. https://t.co/6yQqKZRowb
— Dean Heller (@SenDeanHeller) August 13, 2017
its true that you can’t control everyone you get n photos with, but to be fair, you get in photos wth college republicans you should know there are nazi’s in there
Can’t argue with any of this
I bet that photo ends up in my mailbox around Halloween next year.
You’ll be able to wallpaper your house with this one.
Looks like Top Dog acted quickly.
UPDATE: Cole White, the first person I exposed, no longer has a job ??????? #GoodNightColeWhite #ExposeTheAltRight #Charlottesville pic.twitter.com/sqxSXboKw6— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 13, 2017
UPDATE: Cole White, the first person I exposed, no longer has a job ??????? #GoodNightColeWhite #ExposeTheAltRight #Charlottesville pic.twitter.com/sqxSXboKw6
— Yes, You're Racist (@YesYoureRacist) August 13, 2017
Charlottesville white nationalist demonstrator fired from libertarian hot dog shop https://t.co/pYk2FzU7pE— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 14, 2017
Charlottesville white nationalist demonstrator fired from libertarian hot dog shop https://t.co/pYk2FzU7pE
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 14, 2017
The story has been updated to say he quit.
Fuck this asshole
TRUMP: "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides."— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) August 12, 2017
TRUMP: "We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides. On many sides."
— Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) August 12, 2017
I am so sad and disgusted right now. These are his people, and he knows it.
I asked the White House what @POTUS meant by "on many sides." The response, from a WH official –> pic.twitter.com/pw3WZAMG1A— Hallie Jackson (@HallieJackson) August 12, 2017
I asked the White House what @POTUS meant by "on many sides." The response, from a WH official –> pic.twitter.com/pw3WZAMG1A
— Hallie Jackson (@HallieJackson) August 12, 2017
A counter-protester was murdered today in the same manner in which islamists murdered people in Europe.
I asked the White House what @POTUS meant by "on many sides." The response, from a WH official --> pic.twitter.com/pw3WZAMG1A— Hallie Jackson (@HallieJackson) August 12, 2017
I asked the White House what @POTUS meant by "on many sides." The response, from a WH official --> pic.twitter.com/pw3WZAMG1A
Fuck that whole administration. I am so done with these disgusting people.
its such madness. I don’t even know what to do
I’m actually mildly encouraged by the reactions of Republicans outside of the administration. A lot of the statements are unusually clear-eyed and specific, even calling this “domestic terrorism.” Even Ted Cruz managed to find the moral high ground here (possibly aided by having a legit election on his hands next year).
UVA alum Sean Doolittle appears to have stopped tweeting (Eireann still tweets), but he did have some comments for the Washington Post.
He tweeted last night after their game. Good stuff.
So, are the A’s in 1st place yet?
Yes. Also all my blood is rushing to my head for some reason.
Boog Powell says he had asthma attack yesterday, had trouble breathing. Feels better today, looking forward to #Athletics debut— Ron Kroichick (@ronkroichick) August 12, 2017
Boog Powell says he had asthma attack yesterday, had trouble breathing. Feels better today, looking forward to #Athletics debut
— Ron Kroichick (@ronkroichick) August 12, 2017
They really charge $15 for that pile of gross.
2018 @Athletics season ticket membership program launching Monday! Lots of cool new membership perks! #RootedInOakland pic.twitter.com/Uvam0tEUHS— Chris Giles (@chrisgiles01) August 12, 2017
2018 @Athletics season ticket membership program launching Monday! Lots of cool new membership perks! #RootedInOakland pic.twitter.com/Uvam0tEUHS
— Chris Giles (@chrisgiles01) August 12, 2017
Manaea is struggling to hit 90 mph with his fastball.
Even if this is just fatigue and not an injury, a 10-day DL to skip a start probably makes sense here.
Last couple batters he was > 91. Average for the season per fg is 91.8, so I’m not sure that is really a significant velocity drop. On the other hand, he’s gotten hit hard early three starts in a row now.
Four batters in, the only out is on a Khris Davis assist. (Great relay by Semien and tag by Maxwell)
I hope Manaea didn’t catch The Creature.
If Manaea was a horse, they’d have shot him by now.
This is looking like the Bad News Bears’ first game.
Tune back in at around 9:00 to see who is pitching. This is where Rosales would have come in handy. I would say it’s Rajai’s job if he wants it, but if not it falls to Garneau.
Montas is probably the guy who is on the 6:30 a.m. Southwest flight out of Nashville (with Brady on the return flight). Montas threw 76 pitches on Wednesday. Gossett started tonight so he’s out.
I still haven’t seen an explanation of the Brady move yesterday. He threw 75 pitches in 5 innings in a start on Tuesday so there must not have been any intention of using him last night. As far as I know he was on last night’s lineup card, though, and he shouldn’t have been.
So what happens if all these young players end up sucking? Wait for 2022 I guess?
It’s hard to see a timeline that has a new ballpark opening before April 2022. Also, the television contract can be reopened after the 2022 season. So, yeah, the next few years might be more time-killing.
*sorry, was going by memory, television opt-out is after the 2023 season.
Gotta go the Astros route.
So I guess Manaea didn’t have his best stuff tonight.
Please let Angela be a failed one-season experiment.
I was just about to comment on how she is not getting better at this at all.
They’re not booing, they’re Booging.
I don’t know wtf Semien and Lowrie were doing.
You’re still watching that game?
I’m not really watching the game, but the television is still on, and the Angela segments are getting worse and worse.
Giants and Nationals are playing after a 3-hour rain delay. They also have a day-night doubleheader tomorrow. Oh, and Harper got hurt slipping on the wet base.
Harper slipped on the bag, had to be helped off field. It's been raining the entire night: pic.twitter.com/O8HSQc0sMk— Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) August 13, 2017
Harper slipped on the bag, had to be helped off field. It's been raining the entire night: pic.twitter.com/O8HSQc0sMk
— Alex Pavlovic (@PavlovicNBCS) August 13, 2017
From what I gathered, last night’s rain delay featured little to no rain. They probably thought they had to get tonight’s game in.
The Giants and Nationals only have one common off-day remaining, on Sept. 18. But the Giants are at home on the 17th and 19th. So the game probably wouldn’t have been made up unless it had some effect on postseason seeding, and then it would have been on the Monday after everybody else plays Game 162 (but the Nationals sure look locked into the #2 seed in the NL).
They’re saying bone bruise but no ligament damage for Harper.
I have determined that I will never ever use the services of PenFed Credit Union.
That Giambi walkoff they just showed may be my favorite regular season game apart from 160-162 of 2012.
Somehow the A’s still have a chance in this game, possibly because most of Baltimore’s pitching kind of sucks.
Fortunately, Coulombe eliminates the risk of a delay in the fireworks due to the A’s sending the game to extra innings.
He’ll just delay them by never finishing the ninth.
Having their only bullpen lefty throw 29 pitches in the 9th inning of a game like this does not bode well for his availability in tomorrow afternoon’s game.
powell has a mustache that says “true love”
The reality is…
I’ve heard that twice in the last couple innings and I’m not even paying very close attention.
Bruce Jenkins columnizes for the Coliseum site. Also:
According to a number of reliable sources, the A’s have ruled out Howard Terminal.
According to a number of reliable sources, the A’s have ruled out Howard Terminal.
It’s a good argument. When a site gets announced, if it’s the Coliseum I’d be a good 50% more confident it will actually happen.
The site is superior in every way except for cool downtowniness. The question is how much that matters (a bit on weeknights I’d guess), and how much that can mitigated through accompanying development (not much, probably).
I’m coming around to the idea that it’s not realistic for the A’s to successfully copy AT&T given the nature of Oakland. They should probably embrace having the open space to build exactly what they want on their timeline, while also giving fans a place to tailgate.
BJ;DR. But For how cool it would be if it happened, I would rank them: Laney, HT, Coli. For how realistic (land acquisition, traffic, environmental cleanup) it is to think it will happen : Coli, Laney, HT. So it makes sense that HT is pretty much off the table.
I forget if this got posted, but there seem to be a lot of people arguing for the Coliseum site recently. OTOH, there was also that story last week saying the Laney president is warming to the idea of giving up land there. And the survey is more evidence that the A’s themselves are still seriously considering both options.
Jenkins and Purdy are both listening to Andy Dolich on this.
I met Dolich when I was working in Oakland, he was nice and knowledgeable and willing to talk to anyone, which I assume is why he’s so often quoted.
While the parking convenience is good and tailgate scene is fun, I don’t see how the Coliseum site does enough to help the City of Oakland economically. There might as well be a moat around the parking lot; well actually there is. The Laney site presents so much more opportunity for surrounding businesses to develop and thrive. Having traveled to numerous ballparks around the country in recent years, I’m so much more impressed with the ones that are integrated into a neighborhood (Safeco in Seattle, Target Field in Minneapolis and Petco Park in San Diego) than the ones that stand alone (Kaufmann Stadium in KC and Miller Park in Milwaukee). Agreed that it’s a lot more difficult to get it done at the Laney site than at the Coliseum but in the long run I believe Oakland is much better off at Laney.
I agree with this too, but the risk/reward calculus is tricky. Laney could pay off well for the A’s and the City, but if they try and get thwarted, then maybe Oakland ends up with no major sports teams.
Honestly I’ll be happy when they announce something and then fervently hope nothing fucks it up.
I’ve always maintained that the current site is the best one.
Thanks, and go As.
Chapman went down and pulled that right out of the park. Loving this inning!
I like Chapman.
When Mancini draws ball four in Baltimore I hope they play Baby Elephant Walk.
First couple of innings, this was looking like it would be a replay of last night’s game. Graveman sure did a good job of settling down.
Ken poses a challenge for ptbnl:
The Greek God of Hops Double IPA ABV: 9.0% IBU: 76 SRM: 4.0 FG: 2.0 Grist: 2-Row, Dextrose Hops: Magnum, Amarillo, Centennial, Columbus
Big double IPA with floral, pine, and lemon hop aroma and a dry, bitter finish. The favorite style of Loma owner and former major league all star, Kevin Youkilis. He was affectionately coined, “The Greek God of Walks” early in his career and this beer carries on that tradition…albeit in a much hoppier way.
That’s a super-simple grain bill, so given the ABV, SRM and FG, and knowing your brew-house efficiency and yeast attenuation, it’s pretty easy to reverse engineer. For me it works out to about 12.5lb 2-row mashed at 148F and 1.5lb dextrose.
The hops are harder because we’re only given the one number (IBU) and a bunch of flavors. The Magnum will be the bittering hop, the Amarillo and Centennial will give the floral and citrus notes, and the Columbus the pine, but exactly how they’re distributed between flavor, aroma and dry-hopping additions is impossible to tell. But if I throw in 1.0oz of Magnum at 60 minutes (bittering), 0.5oz each of the A/C/C at 20 minutes (flavor), another 0.5oz each of the A/C/C at flame-out (aroma), and another 1oz each of the A/C/C in dry-hopping (more aroma), I end up with the right IBUs and tons of hop aroma.
Rickey walks by, asks reporters, "You guys need me?"— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) August 13, 2017
Rickey walks by, asks reporters, "You guys need me?"
— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) August 13, 2017
If there’s any hope for saving the print media, Rickey is probably it.
Watch your ass, Steve Balboni.
Sounds single-season HR list:1) Balboni – 34T-1) Dayett – 343) Pasqua – 33T-3 Wilson – 335) Hermansen – 326) Nuñez – 31— Nashville Sounds (@nashvillesounds) August 14, 2017
Sounds single-season HR list:1) Balboni – 34T-1) Dayett – 343) Pasqua – 33T-3 Wilson – 335) Hermansen – 326) Nuñez – 31
— Nashville Sounds (@nashvillesounds) August 14, 2017
Sounds single-season HR list:1) Balboni - 34T-1) Dayett - 343) Pasqua - 33T-3 Wilson - 335) Hermansen - 326) Nuñez - 31— Nashville Sounds (@nashvillesounds) August 14, 2017
Sounds single-season HR list:1) Balboni - 34T-1) Dayett - 343) Pasqua - 33T-3 Wilson - 335) Hermansen - 326) Nuñez - 31
That’s a lot of ass to watch.
#Athletics prospect Sheldon Neuse has been promoted to Midland. Rick Magnante gives his scouting evaluation. Listen: https://t.co/kSdqdYdsKS— Zack Bayrouty (@ZackBayrouty) August 14, 2017
#Athletics prospect Sheldon Neuse has been promoted to Midland. Rick Magnante gives his scouting evaluation. Listen: https://t.co/kSdqdYdsKS
— Zack Bayrouty (@ZackBayrouty) August 14, 2017
Welcome to 2017
i am sure they are looking very hard for the assailant
Trump 'seriously considering' a pardon for Sheriff Joe Arpaio | https://t.co/vMrDSR6vxU— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) August 14, 2017
Trump 'seriously considering' a pardon for Sheriff Joe Arpaio | https://t.co/vMrDSR6vxU
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) August 14, 2017
It has been a long time since my high school U.S. History and Civics class. Is there some valid reason for leaving the pardon power in the Constitution? It reeks of something that derives from English royalty. Amend it out and quit talking about pardons.
Hamilton’s argument for it in the Federalist Papers was that the President needed to be able to offer pardons to people involved in uprisings as a way to quell rebellions and mend fences. That was probably pretty important in the early republic; for example Washington used it to pardon the leaders of the Whiskey Rebellion.
Even that purpose was questionable–see Andrew Johnson’s blanket pardon of Confederates–but I guess there was a case for it when the union was fragile. At this point, it doesn’t really justify the potential abuse inherent in it, especially because Presidents usually use it on their way out the door when they no longer face political pressure. Only Obama, out of recent presidents, has really used it in a principled way.
And he decided to do it as a Friday news dump in the middle of a Category 4 hurricane. What a fucking piece of shit.
I’m using SPF 100 until next March now
That’s no way to be a proper Orange Man in time for March Madness.
I love this side of Vince.
Dear @MLBNetwork , Matt Olson HR'd off 96 mph sinker from Zach Britton yesterday.. first HR he's allowed to LHB since 4/29/13…hello?— Vince Cotroneo (@vincebaseball) August 14, 2017
Dear @MLBNetwork , Matt Olson HR'd off 96 mph sinker from Zach Britton yesterday.. first HR he's allowed to LHB since 4/29/13…hello?
— Vince Cotroneo (@vincebaseball) August 14, 2017
Dear @MLBNetwork , Matt Olson HR'd off 96 mph sinker from Zach Britton yesterday.. first HR he's allowed to LHB since 4/29/13...hello?— Vince Cotroneo (@vincebaseball) August 14, 2017
Dear @MLBNetwork , Matt Olson HR'd off 96 mph sinker from Zach Britton yesterday.. first HR he's allowed to LHB since 4/29/13...hello?
This seems awfully complicated.
Nothing has changed
Best wishes, and go Vox!
Blezsinski, who has since left the company…
Blezsinski, who has since left the company...
Was just coming to post that.
Good takedown of the SBN model. Article would have benefited from discussion of how the business imperative inevitably undermines the “by the fans, for the fans” ethic SBN purports to believe.
from the comments:
If a few of the more popular writers banded together and started a site on WordPress or whatever, would they be able to exceed what they’re making now if they used Adsense or something similar?
If a few of the more popular writers banded together and started a site on Wordpress or whatever, would they be able to exceed what they’re making now if they used Adsense or something similar?
Keystrokes are ripe for harvesting this time of year
Right. Adsense doesn’t help, but you guys sure don’t seem hesitant to sign into your online banking accounts…
How else are we going to launder all our rubles?
You think that’s cheap and demeaning to writers?
“And that’s why reapportionment matters.
SAN DIMAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RULES.”
how is this real?https://t.co/z3sGdyqF9h— Brandt (@UrbanAchievr) August 15, 2017
how is this real?https://t.co/z3sGdyqF9h
— Brandt (@UrbanAchievr) August 15, 2017
Mr. Sparkle says “ITS A GREAT DAY”
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