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2022.08.09 05:41 BeerGeekAlpha The Black Phone - Who Would Win: Robin vs. Vance

Self explanatory. Vance Hopper vs. Robin Arellano. We see Robin handle a kid much bigger than him in a kid named Moose and Vance handles two kids at the same time in the convenience store. Both kids are badasses. Who wins?
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2022.07.18 02:37 Loli-nero Adjustment Takes Time

(Heavy content, lots of dark implications, be warned!)
Part 1/2
Al likes them with long hair.
He’d found boys with many different haircuts– Vance Hopper with his long, curly blonde hair, Bruce Yamada with his black straight hair. He has a preference, and it happens to have a lot to do with their hair.
When Albert first noticed the boy with the curly hair, he’d nearly written him off. He wasn’t his target at the time; no, that was Robin Arellano. Still, while Finney Shaw’s hair hadn’t been as long as the other’s, it was still a bit on the lengthier side.
So, before he made any concrete decision, Al followed him. Watched him.
Finney Shaw was a weak boy. A boy who didn’t fight for himself, a boy who allowed himself to be beaten down by others and be taken advantage of. He was smaller, thinner, quieter. He was the bigger boy's target.
In a way, maybe Al saw a bit of himself in him.
Temporarily, Albert had forgotten about Finney Shaw. He had Robin Arellano at the time, so he was distracted enough as is. Still, the boy proved to be difficult, not unlike Vance Hopper. A total pain in the ass, that’s for sure. Even as Albert still held Robin Arellano in his basement, he began to set his sights on Finney Shaw. Someone easier to handle.
By the time he had buried Robin Arellano, he’d already planned how he’d get Finney Shaw next. He’d been careful while watching him; staying out of sight from others, parking near where he and his sister would often split up for the evening. Often, Finney Shaw would hang around at a local shop, buying grape sodas and watching the people and cars pass by from his spot on the curb. At first Al was going to grab him there, but after seeing all the foot traffic there, he decided better of it. There were too many potential witnesses, people who could glance out a window and see him drag the boy into his van. He needed somewhere quieter to take him. Somewhere less populated.
In the end, he chose a street Finney Shaw often walked down on his way back from school, empty of houses on one side where the other side was partially concealed by tall, thick bushes.
It was a good spot, and Albert prided himself on such a well thought out plan.
He caught him on his way back, spilled his bag of groceries out onto the sidewalk in front of the boy, acting as though he had been trying to bring his groceries into one of the nearby homes.
Finney Shaw offered his help, handed him the hat that he’d dropped in a practised manoeuvre, and fell for the act hook line and sinker.
That, however, was the end of things going as planned. Finney Shaw fought back with a surprising veracity, managed to fuck up his arm pretty good, neary got away too. It’s safe to say he was pissed when he got back, the boy in his arms as he bled like hell all over his nice clothes. Albert said some regrettable things to the kid in the moment, which he of course apologised for. He didn’t want to frighten him, after all. He was a new guest in his home, and Al wanted to treat him as such.
Finney Shaw was still too messed up when they had arrived. He sat on his new bed, watching him– or more accurately staring through him– with a subdued, slightly absent look on his face. He’d hit his head nice and good on the way into the van, so it was no surprise to Al. He let him play with his curly hair, let him rest his hand on his face and look him up and down. He didn’t fight even a little bit.
That, Albert would admit to himself, was pleasantly surprising. They all had fought right from the get go, no matter how banged up they were. Still, here was this new boy– a boy that, eventually, he’d just think of as Finney. Not Finney Shaw, just Finney. Finney who liked grape soda and cartoons, Finney who loved his little sister Gwen, and Finney who never had the courage to stand up for himself. Eventually, that would be the Finney he knew, but until then, he just remained Finney Shaw, the next of his victims. Another to fall to Naughty Boy.
Things started to really go sideways when Max arrived at his doorsteps more than a little high. According to him, he’d lost his job and could no longer make rent for his apartment. His coke habit had stopped being an at home only activity– instead, he brought it into the workplace. It was frankly miraculous that he hadn’t been arrested for it yet, though Albert ought not to speak on such things himself. So the reason Max was there, on his doorstep, was because he needed a place for just a little while so he could get back onto his feet, and really, he wouldn’t mind, right?
Safe to say, Al minded. Quite a bit.
Max’s very presence was troublesome, a threat to his freedom. He set strict rules for him; no going out late at night, stay on the second floor past midnight, don’t do anything that’d bring the cops to his doorstep, and most importantly of all, do not go into the basement.
Of course Max was curious about that last rule, but Al found a mundane but believable reason to throw off his interest. Right then, he was having it remodelled. It was currently in an in-between faze; the company he had hired ran into some issues and needed to postpone later improvements for a while. Right then, the basement was not in any state for people to be wandering around so frequently. The walls were stripped bare, floor mere dirt and insulation was exposed all around. It would be dangerous for them to be down there.
Max fell for it.
Still, even with this win, stuff still wasn’t finished going awry.
Finney Shaw wasn’t playing ball. He didn’t fall for his traps, he wasn’t being a Naughty Boy. He fell for none of the traps he’d set, he wouldn’t creep up the stairs in a bid to escape– at least not at first. Instead, he remained in the basement, pacing the confined space or curled up on the mattress sleeping. It was a curious reaction to the situation, and thus things felt more… personal. Finney Shaw became just Finney, at least in Al’s mind.
He pulled a few tricks on the boy, some of which he evaded, others he fell for. He lied to him about his name, which for a short while truly ate away at Albert’s nerves. Things hadn’t been so bad! Just as he’d promised in the beginning, he hadn’t hurt him. He fed Finney and kept him safe. The least he could ask from him was the basic respect of not being lied to about his name!
Eventually, though, he got over that. Something new would take precedent, that being his escape attempt.
Al had nearly had him for a week when he managed to find out the code to the bike lock on the door and flee outside. Finney ran like hell, Albert was bigger, faster and stronger though. His anger got the better of him again, and he said and did some regrettable things. He went back on his promise of not hurting Finney, but Finney had also broken the rules. He had been a Naughty Boy, and Al had only responded in kind. He did what was appropriate in the situation.
Once again he had come back home with Finney in his arms, carried him downstairs and dumped him onto the mattress, though far less gently then he had the first time. For a moment he thought he’d made his mind up, that he’d do it the next day. He’d already dug the grave a few days earlier, so all he would need to do was pick up the supplies to handle the body, then he’d be good to go. He wouldn’t have to worry as much about Max finding the boy downstairs, or about Finney escaping him. He even got so far as to go to the store– the same corner store he had debated plucking Finney off the street from. He stood there, looking at different tarps, debating how he should proceed for a long while. In the end, he went home nearly empty handed, only with the purchase of the same type of grape soda Finney seemed to enjoy so much. He wouldn’t give it to him yet, but perhaps sometime in the future it could be a treat.
The first week since he’d first taken Finney past, and he was working out a plan to get Max out of his home as soon as possible. It would likely be a couple months until he could officially boot him, but it was still worth the effort. He’d gotten him to start applying for different jobs, and eventually he was hired by a local newspaper. Apparently, they liked the tenacity in which he followed the Galesburg Grabber, and they could use a guy with that level of dedication to a story so relevant. Al had to fight back the urge to roll his eyes the more he listened to the words that fell from his brother's mouth. The irony surpassed humour.
Still, it would mean he was gone, and therefore he’d have more time to figure out what exactly he was going to do.
Finney still hated him. It hurt, admittedly. Al had been good to the boy, but he looked at him with nothing short of contempt in his eyes. His face would take on a sneering quality whenever he came down to the basement with food, and even the grape soda hadn’t lifted his spirits.
Albert decided that since he didn’t think he was going to be burying Finney anytime soon, he might as well try to make him at least slightly more comfortable. After all, he knew how cold it could get down in that basement, and as the weather began to cool off it would only get more freezing down there. He couldn’t risk the boy getting hypothermia or something.
He brought down a set of sheets alongside a quilt three weeks into Finney’s stay. Finney stared at it like Al had been trying to hand him a bin full of scorpions.
Al ended up helping him put the bed together, as much as he had protested. He realised that the singular meal a day had done little good for the boy, as he had grown significantly weaker than he already was. While that was helpful in preventing or stopping any possible future escape attempts, it could lead to some serious health conditions that would make him significantly less appealing. He couldn’t improve his diet much yet for the boy, but he promised him that when his house guest moved out he’d cook him better meals.
Finney hadn’t looked as thrilled as he had hoped he would. Still, Al didn’t let it get him down, there was still much he could do to accommodate his new housemate.
Seven weeks into Finney’s stay, he bought him a little television for the basement. Whether it would or wouldn’t work seemed to best be measured by the flip of a coin, but it certainly caught Finney’s attention. He didn’t thank Al, but he hadn’t really expected him to at that point.
After that, Finney had three activities he would engage in. Pacing the basement, sleeping bundled in his new blanket, and watching the news.
The boy did his best to hide that the news was what he was watching. Whenever he would come down while he was watching TV, he’d quickly switch the channel in the most suspicious way possible.
Albert didn’t call him on it. He didn’t really care if he knew what was going on.
Over time, the TV seemed to kill any lasting semblance of hope he had. Al knew why.
The police weren’t really looking for Finney Shaw anymore, at least not alive. They were hung up on possible future victims, and so the search for a boy they’d already deemed dead was put on the backburner. That accompanied by recent events that had captured the attention of the news, and well… One missing boy wasn’t deemed so important in the court of public opinion.
Al pitied Finney, but he figured it had to happen at some point. Might as well yank the bandaid off nice and quick rather than tiptoe around it and drag out the pain. For his own sake.
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2021.03.12 06:15 LecheKaFlan THE SHITLIST™ -- Anything they said will soon be used against them!


Anything they said will soon be used against them!
(List of right-wing influencers:
The following celebrities of questionable repute are featured in these pro-regime events, pretty fizzled "revolution":
Then we have the donors, who also plan and act behind the scenes:
Let's not forget the League of Extraordinary Trapos, the greatest assemblage of lick-spittles and despots:
Another thing: Carmen Navarro Pedrosa, author of not one but two books about Imelda Marcos, did a 180-degree turn and became a staunch DDS just because then-President Aquino ticked her off.
Also: GRP (Benedict Ignacio), PinoyMonkeyPride and their smart-aleck edgelord ilk -- they started this "Marcos is Innocent" shtick, now they're dabbling in 64-dimensional Chinese checkers of their conspiracy theories against the "oligarchs", which would even impress Julius Streicher and Joseph Goebbels.
Also: Trismegistos (Asiafinest) aka Albertus Magnus (Pinoyexchange); promoting the "Tallano Gold" hoax as a Marcos fanatic.
Let's see...
Some Marcos loyalist celebrities calling themselves "Coalition of Writers and Artists for Freedom and Democracy" (sic) who signed this "covenant" are now also in support of this regime if only to ask for the restoration of the Marcoses.
Corporate sponsors, brands, and anyone who also put up the Bong Go, Bong Revilla, Francis Tolentino, or Imee Marcos propaganda is liable:
Phoenix and 2Go Group Inc are owned by Davao City-based businessman Dennis Uy, a close friend of Duterte’s. PureGold is owned by Lucio Co, also said to be a close friend of the President’s.
The top "influencers':
Aaaaaaaaaaaaand VACC, police-state pigs who started this fucking shitstorm:
Special mention:
Early efforts:
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2019.08.12 23:18 LearningIsListening A brief rundown of the first ten pages of Jeffrey Epstein's 'Little Black Book'

Below is a quick rundown of the first ten pages of Epstein's contacts. There are some misspelled names. Epstein entered their names like this.
I did not search for pedophilia and other illegal ties into most of these people because I didn't have the time. This took a ton of time as is. Anyway, I hope something here strikes an interest in someone and maybe we can get more investigations out of this.

Abby: Not enough information
Joanna Abousleiman: Investment officer at the International Finance Corporation, a sister organization of the World Bank. Former strategy consultant at Booz & Company based in Abu Dhabi, working with public and private sector clients across the Middle East and North Africa.
Nick Adam: Not enough information
Alejandro Agag: Former politician in Spain. Became Secretary General of the European People’s Party (EPP), a tremendous political faction in Europe. Agag played a huge role in getting former Italy PM Silvio Berlusconi’s party into the EPP. Berlusconi has been charged for underage prostitution in the past. Agag quit politics to pursue financial and sporting interests. He is married to the daughter of Jose Maria Aznar, the former PM of Spain and Ana Botella Serrano, the first female mayor of Madrid. Guests at Agag’s wedding included kings and queens. Berlusconi and Tony Blair served as witnesses.
Marie Claire & John Agnew: John Agnew is a big-time banker out of London. He was former Joint Head of Morgan Stanley’s London office. Long history of working at various trusts. His father, Goeffrey Agnew, was the chairman of Thomas Agnew & Sons, a massive fine art dealer in London. Marie Claire Agnew is John Agnew’s wife. Her father, Bernard Dreesman is the Chairman of Morley’s department stores in London.
Azzedine Alaia: Deceased shoe designer. Tons of celebrities wore his shoes.
Rufus & Sally Albermarle: Rufus Keppel is the 10th Earl of Albemarle. The Keppel bloodline has served as Earl of Albemarle since the late 1600s and have ties to the British royal family. Rufus Keppel has the same great-great-grandfather as Camilla Parker Bowles (Prince Charles’s wife). Alice Keppel, who married the 7th Earl of Albemarle (Rufus’s great uncle), was a long-time mistress of King Edward VII. Alice Keppel was Camilla Parker Bowles’s great-grandmother. Camilla admired her. Rufus and Sally have since divorced. She was a sculptor.
Saffron Aldridge: A former Ralph Lauren model in the 1980s and 1990s.
Pam Alexander: According to New York Mag, she is “P.R. agent to the technology stars.” She has become the most powerful woman in the technology industry, and among the most powerful people in the P.R. industry.” Attended annual billionaires’ dinners with Epstein.
Giacomo Algranti: London art dealer.
Paul Allan: Co-founder of Microsoft. Paul Allen was the owner of the Portland Trailblazers (NBA) and the Seattle Seahawks (NFL).
Nicholas and Sarah Allan: Nicholas Allan is a former partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, a financial consulting firm worth billions. He is now the chairman of Link REIT, the largest real estate investment trust in Asia.
Charlie Althorp: Perhaps better known to us as Charles Spencer, 9th Earl Spencer. He is the younger brother of Princess Diana and the maternal uncle of Prince William and Prince Harry. Queen Elizabeth II is his godmother.
Carella Alun-Jones: Wife of James McGrigor, founder of McGrigor group, an organization that does consulting work with health insurers. Could not find anything about her besides this.
Jeremy & Deborah Alun-Jones: Jeremy is a CEO at ADM Capital, a large investment firm. Deborah Alun-Jones is an author and Jeremy’s wife.
Senor Vincente Alvarez: Likely Vincent Alvarez, president of the New York City Central Labor Council. Alvarez is also a Class C director of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. This is a position that is appointed by the Board of Governors.
Phillipe Amon: Owner and manager of SICPA, a Swiss company and universal leader that specializes in the printing of bank notes, passports, lottery tickets, and identity documents. SICPA literally prints money and passports.
Maurice & Roberta Amon: Maurice is Philippe’s brother. Maurice left SICPA, but may have had an equal role to Philippe had he stayed. Roberta Amon is Maurice’s ex-wife. He left her as she battled breast cancer.
Lisa Anastos: General Counsel for Payfone, a digital identity authentication network. Anastos previously worked in the law department of Goldman Sachs and General Counsel’s office of American Express.
Lulu Anderson: Uncertain. Only lead found were a few pictures of a woman with the same name at a party as a guest of Roger Waters (Pink Floyd).
Robert & Alex Appleby: Robert is co-founder of ADM Capital, a large investment firm.
Maite Arango: Vice-President, Board of Directors for Grupo Vips. Grupo Vips manages Starbucks, TGIFridays, and other chain companies. Arango is also Chairman of the Board for Ashoka, a company that ironically focuses on the betterment of today’s youth. Ashoka even has its own schools.
Victor Arellano: Victor Arellano Jr. is Vice Chairman of the Board of Bacardi. He’s a 5th generation descendant of the founder of Bacardi.
Joaquin Fernandez de Arion: Spanish royalty. The 10th Duke of Arion. His mother is Princess Beatriz zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg. Married to Diana Langes-Swarovski, the great-great granddaughter of Daniel Swarovski, founder of the crystal manufacturer.
Fernando Arion: Joaquin’s brother. Also Spanish royalty but could not find any other information.
Arthur & Cathy Armstrong: Arthur is co-author of Net Gain (1997) which focused on Web-based business models. He is currently executive director at Debevoise and Plimpton LLP, a high-end international law firm.
Herve & Marina Aron: Herve Aaron is the president of Didier Aaron Inc., a premier art gallery.
Lorinda Ash: Fine art dealer. Also, ex-wife of Peter Ezersky, current director at Hargray Holdings LLC (provider of telecommunication services) and Grupo Corporativo (food and agriculture provider in Spain. Associated with Grupo Vips). Possible ties with Maite Arango.
Ashley & Allegra Hicks: Ashley is the Godson of Prince Philip, second cousin of Prince Charles, and an interior designer. He and Allegra are now divorced.
Nick & Ari Ashley: Nick is in home design. Ari is a photographer.
Vittorio & Charlotte Assaf: Vittorio is co-founder of Serafina Restaurant Group.
Mr. Simone Astaire: Hollywood and British Royal Family agent. Specializes in representation, celebrity endorsement, and public relations.
Viscount William Astor: Member of the House of Lords, which creates and shapes laws. There are approximately 800 current members. Chairman of television production company Silvergate Media. Member of the Astor family, which specialized in the fur trade, real estate, and drug smuggling in the early 19th century.
Helene Atkin: Niece of Robert Maxwell (media magnate, father of Ghislaine Maxwell, and suspected Mossad agent).
Mike & Ami Atkin: Almost no information found.
Jose Aznar: Prime Minister of Spain from 1996-2004. Father-in-law of Alejandro Agag, mentioned above. Used public funds for personal means. Granted a posthumous medal of Civil Merit to a high-profile member of the Francoist government who was infamous for torturing people.
Jean Baddeley: Former personal assistant to Robert Maxwell. Maxwell left her a £100,000 legacy when he died.
Peter Bahrke: Technology investor. Co-founder of Aecor Partners, an advisory firm that provides financial advice to corporations.
Danny Baker: Could be the recently fired BBC host, but the phone number, starting with area code 917, makes no sense since that is a NYC area code.
Shahriar Bhaktiar: Could be a real estate investor in Switzerland, but the area code does not make sense.
Andre Balazs: Real estate mogul and entrepreneur. Owns several hotels throughout NYC and London, as well as residential real estate. He was engaged to actress Uma Thurman for three years and dated Chelsea Handler for two years later on. Allegedly groped Amanda Anka (Jason Bateman’s wife) at a party he hosted for Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux.
Alec Baldwin: Popular American actor.
Oxford Balliol College: Ghislaine Maxwell’s alma mater.
George & Alice Bamford: Brother and sister. Offspring of Sir Anthony & Lady Carole Bamford (listed below). George is a successful luxury watch manufacturer.
Sir Anthony Bamford and Lady C: Anthony is a billionaire British businessman. Chairman of JCB, which provides equipment for construction, agriculture, etc. Has donated more than £4m personally and through JCB companies to the Conservative Party. Has close ties to David Cameron, Tony Blair, and Prince Charles. Bamford was mentioned in the Panama Papers as having offshore accounts. Lady Carole Bamford is his wife and a successful businesswoman.
Doug Bands: Doug Band was a longtime adviser to Bill Clinton. He had a substantial part in the creation and inner workings of The Clinton Foundation. Purchased David Rockefeller’s old house in New York City for $20 million. Has been called “the key architect in Clinton’s post-presidency” (
Clive Bannister: Former CEO and Managing Director at HSBC. Current CEO of Phoenix Group Holdings, one of the largest insurance providers in the UK.
Javier Banon: Bañón is a Founding Partner at Trilantic Capital Management LLC. Was a principal (higher up) at Lehman Brothers and previously worked at Deutsche Bank as a Managing Director. Trilantic was founded by five partners who had all worked together at Lehman Brothers.
Nicholas & Gretel Barham: Gretel Barham (Gretel Packer) is the daughter of Kerry Packer, a deceased Australian media mogul worth billions. Both Gretel and younger brother James are billionaires. Nick Barham is Gretel’s ex-husband and a British financier.
Peter Barnes: Entrepreneur and environmentalist.
Craig Barnett: Managing Director of PJ Solomon, a financial advisory firm and investment bank.
Hillary Bastone: No information found
Hillary Batstone: No information found.
Tim & Natasha Batstone: Both directors of H.B. Leisure Holdings Ltd., which focuses on skill games, arcades, amusement parks, etc.
Lorenzo Baumer: High end jeweler.
Lord & Lady Beaumont: Likely refers to the late Tim Beaumont of Whitley and his wife, Baroness Mary Rose. Tim was a UK politician in the Liberal Party and, later on, the Green Party. Six generations of his paternal side sat in the House of Commons (source: Irish Times) He was also an Anglican priest. Mary Rose is the cousin of Antony Armstrong-Jones, 1st Earl of Snowdon and (now deceased) husband of Princess Margaret.
Tamara Beckwith: English socialite.
Lisa Belzberg: Ex-wife of Seagram heir Matthew Bronfman and former sister-in-law of Clare and Sara Bronfman, who were both involved in NXIVM, a cult that focused on sexual slavery. Belzberg reportedly had a sexual relationship with Bill Clinton in 2002 while still with Matthew Bronfman.
Steven Benson: No information found.
Baron Bentinck: Dutch and British nobility.
Nicolas Berggruen: Billionaire investor and founder and president of the Berggruen Institute, a think tank that hopes to “shape political, economic and social institutions for the 21st century.” Vague. Berggruen, according to, “puts more trust in elites than voters” and suggested that “the Senate should be appointed rather than elected.”
Bill Berkman: A businessman, entrepreneur, and investor in communications, media technology, and energy industries.
Tara Bernard: Possibly refers to the financial reporter from the New York Times, but the 07 country code at the beginning of the phone number does not make sense. Could also be Tara Bernerd, a high end interior designer in Britain.
Martyn Birchall: Investment banker and businessman who worked as former director at Citi and Merrill Lynch.
Robin Birley: Businessman and entrepreneur, mostly known for his private members’ clubs.
Debbie & Bola Von Bismarck: Leopold (“Bolle”) von Bismarck is the great-grandson of Otto von Bismarck, the first chancellor of Germany. Debbie is a former model and Leopold’s wife. Model Kate Moss is currently engaged to their son, Nikolai.
Vanessa von Bismarck: Cofounder of BPCM, a public relations firm that specialized in fashion, beauty, and wine & spirits. Great-great-granddaughter of Otto von Bismarck.
Jean Marc Bisson: Not much to be found. Possibly a low-level actor, but that doesn’t feel right.
Jean Paul Bjorlin: Likely refers to a music instructor at Columbia and Barnard College.
Conrad & Barbara Black: Conrad Black was a newspaper publisher. He controlled Hollinger International, which published the Chicago Sun-Times, The Daily Telegraph, most Australian newspapers, The Jerusalem Post (Israel), and The National Post (Canada). Conrad was recently pardoned by his friend, Donald Trump, after serving time for fraud. Black was once a Steering Committee member of The Bilderberg Group. Barbara Black is a journalist. She is Conrad’s 2nd wife.
Blogs & Jill Blacker: No information found.
David Blaine: World famous magician. Allegedly raped former model Natasha Prince in 2004. Did not face charges. Earlier this year, New York law enforcement said that they were investigating Blaine for (allegedly) sexually assaulting at least two women.
Tony Blair: Former UK PM.
Mike Bloomberg: Former Mayor of New York City. Billionaire businessman.
Samantha Boardman: Attending Psychiatrist at Weill Cornell Medical College. Founder of Has connections with the wealthy.
Serena Boardman: New York realtor. Named one of the 10 best real estate agents in NYC by Samantha Boardman’s sister. Also has tremendous connections.
Johnnie & Sophie Boden: Johnnie Boden is a clothing entrepreneur.
Daniele Bodini: Serves as Chairman Emeritus of American Continental Properties Group (ACP), which focuses on asset and wealth management. Bodini also serves as a Member of Board of Overseers at Columbia Business School and is the ambassador of the Republic of San Marino to the United Nations.
Edouard de Boisgelin: Holding company CEO out of Paris.
Pierre de Boisguilbert: Very little information found. Possibly refers to a former press director located in Paris.
Annabelle Bond: British socialite. Her father, John Bond, was the Group Chairman of HSBC.
Andrea & Gioia Bonomi: Andrea Bonomi is the founder of Investindustrial Limited, an asset management private equity firm. He also served on the management board and as Chairman of Banca Popolare di Milano.
Nicholas Bookis: President of Topside Shipping Inc.
Mark & Lauren Booth: Mark Booth was CEO of BSkyB (owner of Sky TV). His wife, Lauren, is an artist.
Christina A. Boothe: No information found.
Paulo Borgese: The only thing that might make sense is Prince Paolo Borghese, who died in 1985.
Michael Borrico: Founder and CEO of Certified Construction.
Hon Bruce & Penelope Bossom: Bruce Bossom is a real estate tycoon who co-founded Orion Capital Managers. Penelope Bossom is involved with several businesses, but none of them are wildly successful.
Sylvianne Boucherie: No information found except for a researcher who write scientific articles about the human body.
Rick Bourke: Actually Frederic Bourke, co-founder of Dooney and Bourke, a famous handbag manufacturer. Bourke went to jail in 2013 for bribing the Azerbaijan government in order to rig the auction for ownership of the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR).
Hamish Bowles: Editor-at-large for Vogue magazine.
Peretti Brachetti: Ferdinando Brachetti Peretti. Nobility. Son of Count Aldo Maria Brachetti-Peretti. Co-owner of Italian oil company, API.
Hugo Brachetti: Also co-owner of Italian oil company, API. Ferdinando’s brother.
Caroline Braine: Some relation of Katie Braine. Possibly her daughter.
Ms. Katie & Serge Braine: Serge Crasnianski is a nuclear physicist and inventor who made a ton of money as CEO of Photo-ME Intl PLC, which specializes in photo booths. It is unclear whether he lives with Kate or if she is his wife. Kate is a sculptress.
Ben Bram: 2x Grammy award-winning a cappella arrangeproduceentrepreneur (according to his Twitter account).
Tony Brand: Assistant General Manager of Gucci. Has also worked with Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, Prada, and other companies.
d’Adda Brandolini: Nobility. Tons of money. See below.
Nuno & Muriel Brandolini: Muriel Brandolini is a famous interior designer who has worked with Matt Lauer, the Crown Prince and Princess of Greece, and others. Nuno is a banker and (shockingly) comes from money and nobility.
Peter Brandt: Brant is an American industrialist who focuses mainly on print media.
Richard Branson: Billionaire who founded Virgin group (Virgin Airlines, Virgin megastores). In 2017, a backup singer for Joss Stone claimed that Branson sexually assaulted her on his private island.
Flavio Briatore: Italian businessman who used to manage two Formula One racing teams.
Julia Broadhurst: Bra designer from South Africa.
Louis Albert de Broglie: French prince and entrepreneur.
Edgar Bronfman Jr.: Seagram’s heir. Half-brother of Clare and Sara Bronfman (NXIVM sex cult). In addition to being a billionaire business tycoon, his father, Edgar Bronfman Sr., was the leader of the World Jewish Congress, This group has links to the Rothschilds and the Vatican.
Christopher & Amanda Brooks: Amanda Brooks is the former creative director at Barneys. Her husband, Christopher, is an artist.
Miranda Brooks: Contributing editor to Vogue and successful landscaper.
Chris & Alison Brown: Alison Chace is an unsuccessful actress. Christopher Brown is the founder of Global Emerging Markets (GEM), an investment firm.
James & Lucinda Bruce: James is a businessman who comes from nobility. His father was a baron. His 2nd wife, Lucinda, is a producer.
Jean-Luc Brunel: Modeling scout. Co-founder of modeling agency MC2. Helped smuggle in underage girls for Epstein and others.
Tania Bryer: CNBC host.
Joan Juliet Buck: Former editor-in-chief of French Vogue turned actress.
Jimmy & Jane Buffett: Jimmy Buffett is a world famous singer, most notably for the song “Margaritaville.”
Bartle Bull: Best known as a journalist who writes about the Middle East. Has written articles for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and many other publications. Bull is also a partner at Northern Gulf Partners, an investment and financial advisory firm that holds lots of sway in Iraq.
Hamish & Emma Bullough: Hamish is an ex-managing director at Citigroup.
Ron Burkle: Billionaire founder of Yucaipa, an investment firm that specialized in buying and selling supermarket chains. Had close ties with Bill Clinton. According to Los Angeles Times, “Bill Clinton’s bromance with Burkle invited scandal.” The LA Times describes how “unverified reports of the two men jetting around in a Burkle 757 filled with attractive young women leached from the tabloids to the mainstream media.” This could be the reason for Burkle’s falling out with Hillary, as he had nothing to do with her campaign.
Jules Burney: Chairman of Stockcube ltd, a financial research company.
Martin Burtril: No information found.
Candace Bushnell: Author of Sex and the City.
Arki Busson: Real name is Arpad Busson. He is a French financier who founded EIM Group, which specializes in hedge funds. It should be noted that Busson used to host the ARK charity dinner every year, which has drawn the likes of Bill Clinton and Prince William. Busson is a founding chairman of ARK (Absolute Return for Kids) charity, which specializes in educating underprivileged children. ARK has dozens of its own schools in the UK.
**I made an entire thread dedicated to Busson's frightening connections and possible role in international pedophilia rings here:
Charlie Butler: No information found.
Terri Button: No information found.
Robert Byng: Descendant of admirals, viscounts, and earls. Current property owner of Wrotham Park, an English country house that hosts social events for the wealthy and has been used as a filming location for many movies.
Alain de Cadenet: Former Formula One racer. Current television personality for ESPN and Speed channel.
Jason Calacanis: Internet entrepreneur. Dot-com millionaire.
Nicky Caledon: The 7th Earl of Caledon. Received his knighthood in 2015 when he was appointed Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO).
Mario/Ariadne Calvo-Platero: Mario Calvo-Platero is an Italian journalist and served as editor of the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore for 30 years. Ariadne is the daughter of Lord and Lady Beaumont, listed above.
Roddy Cambell: Campbell is a jack-of-all-trades businessman. He has worked in marketing, networking, and consulting.
Alistar Cambell: Alistair worked closely with Tony Blair for years, first as a spokesman and campaign director, then as Downing Street Press Secretary, and finally as Downing Street Director of Communications and spokesman for the Labour Party. He resigned in 2003 during the inquiry into the death (murder) of David Kelly.
Giancarlo Camerana: Works in real estate and wealth management as an Associate Partner for Shohet & Cie SA
Cammy: Likely Cammy Kinney, a former model turned photographer.
Naomi Campbell: Internationally known supermodel.
Brooke & Emilio del Campo: Likely meant to be Emilio Ocampo, an economist and financial expert who has worked for Chase Manhattan Bank, Salomon Brothers, Citigroup, and Morgan Stanley.
Andrew de Candole: British entrepreneur and real estate mogul.
Nicholas Candy: British luxury property developer.
Caprice: Likely refers to Caprice Bourret, a former model and former love interest of Prince Andrew around 2000-2001.
Massimo & Sara Carello: Massimo is an Italian businessman who has served as CEO of Fiat UK, Diners Club UK, and Independent Director of Canadian Overseas Petroleum.
William & Carina Carey: No information found.
Camilla Carlbom: Chairwoman of Carlbom Shipping ltd. Carlbom Shipping looks after the interests of vessels and cargo owners.
Carmine: Not enough information.
Barbara Carrera: Former model and actress, most notably for the Bond flick, Never Say Never Again, where she played a villain. Carrera’s first marriage was to Otto Kurt Freiherr von Hoffman, a German nobleman. Her 2nd marriage was to Uva Harden (born 1941), a German fashion model and actor. Her 3rd and final marriage was to Nicholas Mark Mavroleon, a Greek shipping magnate. After her third marriage, Carrera was involved with Henry Percy, 11th Duke of Northumberland. Lots of international nobility and magnates.
Sophie Caruth: Former literary agent at William Morris. Formerly held a senior manager position at Mason Rose, a sales and marketing company.
Michel & Charlene Carvalho: Michel is a British financier and vice-chairman of investment banking at Citigroup, primarily in Europe, Middle East, and Africa. Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken is the Heineken heiress. She inherited $4.2 billion when her father died in 2002.
Guido Casagrande: Company director of IU Holdings ltd, a financial services holding company.
Simon Case: Private Secretary to Prince William as of 2018. Previously was in charge of figuring out the border issue in Northern Ireland and Ireland post-Brexit. British civil servant for over a decade, including as a policy adviser for the Ministry of Defence.
George & Pauline Case: Pauline Case (maiden name Pauline Astor) is a Viscountess and daughter of William Astor, 3rd Viscount Astor. No information could be found on George Case.
Debbie Castaneda: Former Ms. Colombia (1996). She had a relationship with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi and has been accused of being a “bunga-bunga” girl, a sex party girl for Berlusconi. This information was gained through wiretaps.
Alby & Victoria Cator: Albemarle Cator is a British banker and financial adviser.
Mark & Mini Cecil: Not much information found. Mark Cecil may be the founder of United Wealth Advisors Group LLC.
Aurelia Cecil Stephenson: Founder of Aurelia Public Relations. Her client list included Salvatore Ferragamo, Krug Champagne, TAG Heuer watches, and Gianni Versace.
Dr. Mark Cecil: Founding Partner at Jabre Capital Partners, a hedge fund company. Close friend of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
Fabrizio Cerina: Chairman of international investment banking group Crédit des Alpes.
Gian Carlo Cerutti: Italian banker.
Vikram Chatwal: Actomodel/movie producer and hotel owner in New York City and Miami. Bill Clinton, Prince Nikolaos of Greece, Naomi Campbell, and P. Diddy attended his wedding.
John & Lucy Chenevix-Trench: Former COO of Morgan Stanley securities.
Gianluca Cicogna: CEO, CFO, and President of Beauty Brands Inc. Brother of Gianfranco Cicogna.
Gioconda Cicogna: Mother of Gianluca and Gianfranco. Interior designer.
Gianfranco Cicogna: Gianfranco Cicogna Mozzoni was a business leader, a Count by birth, the Ambassador for the Order of Malta at its embassy in Kenya. His grandfather, Giuseppe Volpi, was known as “Italy’s Rockefeller.” Gianfranco died flying a plane at an air show in 2012.
Marina Cicogna: Countess. Granddaughter of Kingdom of Italy Finance Minister Giuseppe Volpi, one of the richest and most influential men in Italy in the early 1900s.
Pietro & Alejandra Cicognani: Pietro is a high-end architect based out of NYC.
Lindka Cierach: British fashion designer. Her clients include the British Royal Family.
Giuseppa Cipriani: The main business manager of Cipriani S.A., whose holdings include 55 Wall Street (the whole building) and Cipriani restaurants worldwide (most notably in NYC).
Gustavo & Patty Cisneros: Gustavo is a billionaire Venezuelan businessman and Chairman of Grupo Cisneros, one of the largest privately held media entertainment organizations in the world.
Amadeo Clavarino: A real estate investor with properties in Milan, New York, London, Berlin, and St. Moritz.
Isabel Clavarino: Also known as Isabelle Harvie-Watt, Clavarino is the former managing partner at Spring Studios, a production and branding agency and was Giorgio Armani’s key point person for the press, media and celebrities. Last year, Clavarino was named Valentino’s Chief Marketing Officer.
John & Alice Fay Cleese: John Cleese is an actor best known for his role in Monty Python.
Graham & Emma Clempson: Vice Chairman, Executive Board at MidOcean Partners, a private equity and investment firm. Emma is an English radio and television presenter.
Lucy Clive: Girlfriend of Kevin Maxwell, Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother.
Larry Coben: Former Senior Principal of Sunrise Capital Partners. Currently Chairman of the Board at NRG Energy, a large energy company that serves 3 million people in the U.S. NRG also has its name on several sports stadiums in Texas.
Mandy Cochrane: No information found.
Dalit Cohen: Ex-girlfriend of Ian Maxwell, Ghislaine Maxwell’s brother.
Peter Cohen: No information found.
Jo Coleman: No information found.
Nicholas Coleridge: Chairman of Condé Nast Britain. Condé Nast is a media giant and the parent company of Allure, Architectural Digest, Ars Technica, Backchannel, Bon Appétit, Brides, Condé Nast Traveler, Epicurious, Glamour, Golf Digest, GQ, Pitchfork, Self, Teen Vogue, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Vogue, W and Wired.
Jeffrey Colle: Real estate developer, specifically in the Hamptons.
Phil & Orianne Collins: Phil Collins is music royalty.
Henrietta Conrad: Co-founder of Princess Productions LTD, a television programming company.
Susannah & Sten Ber Constantine: Susannah is a fashion journalist, author, and television presenter. Her husband, Sten Bertelsen was one of the creators of Death Cigarettes, a fairly popular British brand in the 1990s.
Clive Cooke: Securities executive who is now the head of sales in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa for a leading technology company.
Rachel Cordle: Daughter of John Cordle, a British politician. Sister of Rupert Cordle and Marina Cowdray.
Rupert Cordle: Founder of Cordles, a residential building contractor in London. Brother of Rachel and Marina Cordle.
Fernando de Cordova Hohenlohe: Spanish nobility. Current Marquis of Alboloduy.
Harry Cotterall: Chairman of Fisher German, a property consulting firm in England.
Martine de Courcel: No information found.
Marina Cowdray: Wife of Michael Pearson, 4th Viscount of Cowdray. Daughter of John Cordle. Sister of Rachel and Rupert Cordle.
Colin Cowie: A lifestyle guru, television personality, author, interior designer, and party planner for the wealthy.
Sophie Crabbe: No information found.
Alaistar Cudro: No information found.
Boykin R. Curry: Boykin Curry is a partner at Eagle Capital, an investment firm based in New York. Mr. Curry is a co-founder of Public Prep, a group of charter schools in New York City. He is also a board member of Alliance for School Choice and a co-founder of Democrats for Education Reform
Amanda Cutter & Christopher Brooks: Listed earlier under Christopher & Amanda Brooks. At least Epstein kept up with his black book.
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2019.01.04 05:56 tribeoftheliver List of voice actors

Folks, I've done it. I've made a comprehensive list of every voice actor in the Backyard series. I don't have the complete credits of Hockey 2005 or Baseball/Basketball 2016 on hand.
This is a list of all the voice actors who have appeared in the Backyard Sports franchise.
I'm missing a few characters, though.
There are a few "Meet the player" cards on YouTube, and contacting the actors should help with voice recognition. I haven't contacted anyone.
Sources: Behind the Voice Actors, Voice123, IMDb, personal recognitions. If any of the actors Google themselves, maybe THEY could help add more names.
Backyard Baseball 1997-Backyard Football 2002
Baseball 2003 to Soccer 2004
Hockey to Football 2006
Junior Sports Basketball
Baseball 2007 - Football 2010
Rookie Rush and Sandlot Sluggers
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2017.12.14 08:04 flowerpatch2014 Bonifacio Day

Bonifacio day is a holiday dated November 30, 2017 Thursday. It was declared by our sitting president, Rodrigo roa Duterte with proclamation no 50. This is the declaration of all holidays and non working days for the year 2017. Bonifacio Day became a holiday when the Philippine Legislature passed Act No. 2946, declaring November 30 of every year as a national holiday for the commemoration of the birth of Gat Andrés Bonifacio who started the Philippine revolution in 1896 to overthrow the Spanish colonial government on the islands. The holiday was first instituted with a decree and signed by American Governor-General to the Philippines Francis Burton Harrison in 1921. Why is Bonifacio a Hero? Andrew Bonifacio is the Father of the Katipunan. He is also known as the Father of the Revolution and Philippine Democracy. He is The “Supremo” or “Ang Supremo” and The Great Plebeian. Plebeian means a member of the lower social classes or of belonging to the commoners of ancient Rome in the earlier times. On the 10th of May 1897, Procopio and Andres were shot at Mount Nagpatong, near Mount Buntis in Maragondon, Cavite. Procopio was a Philippine independence activist and revolutionary during the Philippine Revolution of 1896 against Spain. Let’s add a little information about Procopio who was with his brother until the end. He was a member of the secret revolutionary society turned revolutionary government Katipunan with his other siblings Circa and Espiridiona. His eldest brother Andrés Bonifacio was one of the founders and, eventually, president of the Katipunan. This tragic event was the obvious end to the short life of the Supremo. His educational attainment and military expertise may not have been equal to that of other heroes but his dedication to the country was without question, pure. Andrew Bonifacio will always be idolized and will forever serve as the battle cry of Filipinos who seek freedom from oppression and an inspiration to fight injustice. FP-IN35 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums, Anthruims & Birds of Paradise price at 5,000.00, FP-IN34 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums, Alstromerias price at 5,000.00, FP-IN33 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums,Anthuruims, Alstromerias price at 5,000.00, FP-IN32 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums, Birds of Paradise price at 9,000.00, FP-IN31 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums, Alstromerias, Anthuruims, Birds of Paradise price at 5,500.00, FP-IN30 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Assorted Mums, Alstromerias, Anthuruims price at 11,000.00, FP-IN29Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Mums, Orchids and Roses price at 4,500.00, FP-IN28 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Roses, Mums, Alstromerias and Anthuriums price at 6,000.00, FP-IN27 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Yellow and Lilac Mums, Alstromerias, Anthuriums and Heliconias price at 7,000.00, FP-IN26 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Green Button Mums, Red and Pink Roses, Yellow Mums, Alstromerias, Heliconias price at 7,000.00 How is Bonifacio Day Celebrated? Bonifacio Day is a national Holiday. This national holiday means anyone who does work on this day, Bonifacio Day, is still entitled to pay. Keyword here is entitled so not everyone will get holiday pay. Schools and most businesses will be closed for the day, but shops, restaurants and malls remain open. Some people may take the time to mark Bonifacio's legacy by visiting monuments dedicated to Bonifacio. Well in addition most activists perform demonstrations in the vicinity of the Bonifacio monument or in Monumento Caloocan which is a very popular location in manila Philippines. This day became a holiday in 1921 when the Philippine Legislature passed Act No. 2946. For information about holiday pay please see ANDRES BONIFACIO AND THE KATIPUNAN
Andres Bonifacio was born on November 30, 1863 in a small hut at Calle Azcarraga, presently known as Claro M. Recto Avenue in Tondo, Manila. His parents were Santiago Bonifacio and Catalina de Castro. Andres was the eldest in a brood of five. His other siblings were Ciriaco, Procopio, Troadio, Esperidiona and Maxima. He obtained his basic education through a certain Guillermo Osmeña of Cebu. The Bonifacio family was orphaned when Andres was barely fourteen. With this, Andres assumed the responsibility of raising his younger siblings. In order to support the needs of their family, he maximized his skills in making crafts and sold paper fans and canes. He also worked as messenger in Fleming & Company. Eventually, he moved to Fressel & Company, where he worked as warehouse man until 1896. Poverty never hindered Andres’ thirst for knowledge. He devoted most of his time reading books while trying to improve his knowledge in the Spanish and Tagalog language. The warehouse of Fressel & Company served as his library and study room. Andres was married to Gregoria de Jesus who happened to be his second wife. His first wife – Monica- died of leprosy a year after their marriage. Gregoria was only sixteen years old and Andres was twenty-nine when their romance sprung. At first, Gregoria’s parents were against their relationship, but in time, allowed the couple to be married in Catholic rites. The two were married in 1892, both in Catholic and Katipunan rites. Gregoria chose “Lakambini” as her nom de guerre. FP-IN25 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Green Button Mums, Roses, White and Green Mums, Alstromerias, Heliconias and Hydrangeas price at 16,000.00, FP-IN24 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Green Button Mums, Roses, White and Green Mums, Alstromerias, Heliconias and Hydrangeas price at 7,500.00, FP-IN23 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Green Button Mums, Roses, Yellow and White Malaysian Mums, Alstromerias, Heliconias and Anthuriums price at 7,500.00, FP-IN22 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Green and Yellow Button Mums, Birds of Paradise and Anthuriums price at 7,000.00, FP-IN21 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Button Mums, Roses and Alstroemerias price at 6,500.00, FP-IN20 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Orchids, Roses, Gerberas and Button Mums price at 5,000.00, FP-IN19Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Gerberas, Button Mums and Hydrangeas price at 6,000.00, FP-IN16 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Button Mums and Roses price at 5,000.00, FP-IN15 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Roses, Gerberas and Anthuriums price at 4,500.00, FP-IN14 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Roses, Gerberas, Anthuriums, Malaysian Mums and Button Mums price at 3,500.00 THE KATIPUNAN On July 7, 1892, the Kataastaasan, Kagalanggalangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan was founded in the house of Deodato Arellano at 734 Calle El Cano cor. Azcarraga. Membership was through blood compact symbolizing the foundation of the secret society, which aimed the separation of the Philippines from Spain and the expulsion of the Spaniards in the country. The first Supremo of the Katipunan was Deodato Arellano, followed by Roman Basa and finally, Andres Bonifacio. In 1893, women were given the chance to join the organization. The first members were Gregoria de Jesus, Josefa Rizal, Marina Dizon and Angelica Lopez. They served as the keepers of important and confidential documents of the Katipunan and staged galas as fronts for the regular meetings of the male members. By 1894, the Katipunan spread throughout Manila. In order to strengthen and further widen the operations of the organization, the Kalayaan, the official organ of the Katipunan was published with Emilio Jacinto as editor. Two works of Bonifacio were published in the Kalayaan– “Pag-ibig sa Tinubuang Lupa” and “Ang Dapat Mabatid ng mga Tagalog.” THE PLAN FOR A REVOLUTION An important meeting held on 3 May 1896 concluded with a plan to rescue Rizal from Dapitan to lead the revolution. The task was assigned to Dr. Pio Valenzuela. Unfortunately, Rizal expressed his opposition to the idea of launching an unprepared revolution against a strong nation protected by well-armed defense force. In the end, he urged that if the revolution is inevitable, the revolutionary members should seek the help of the rich and influential people to convince them to support the cause of the revolution. He also suggested that the service of Antonio Luna be secured by the organization because of his military expertise and affiliation with rich and influential Filipinos. FP-IN12 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Gerberas and Birds of Paradise price at 6,000.00, FP-IN10 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Mums, Roses and Alstroemerias price at 2,500.00, FP-IN7 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Gerberas, Malasian Mums, Green and Yellow Button Mums and Birds of Paradise price at 8,000.00, FP-IN2 Inaugural Standee Flowersof Gerberas, Malaysian Mums, Button Mums, Roses, Anthuriums and Birds of Paradise price at 6,000.00, FP-IN1 Inaugural Standee Flowers of Sunflowers, Malaysian Mums, Gerberas, Anthuriums, Roses, Dancing Ladies and Birds of Paradise price at 6,500.00, FP-B34R 1 Stem Stargazer, 3pcs Gerberas, with Mums & Carnation in a reusable Box price at 1,995.00, FP-B36R 3pcs Gerberas, with Mums & Carnation in a reusable Box price at 1,395.00, FP-B29R 4 stem of Stargazer with roses in a Reusable Box price at 4,695.00, FP-B20R 3 Dozen White Rose in a in a Reusable Box price at 3,795.00, FP-B48R 2 Dozen White Rose in a Box price at 2,745.00 THE DISCOVERY OF THE KATIPUNAN The quarrel between two employees of the printing shop publishing Diario de Manila resulted in the discovery of Katipunan. This happened after Apolonio dela Cruz was given a P2 raise in salary and Teodoro Patiño was not given any. A heated argument sparked between them which led Patiño to confide the secrets of the Katipunan to his sister Honoria at the convent where she was staying, her tearful reaction attracted the attention of one of the nuns. The nun in turn, persuaded Patiño to tell everything he knew to Fr. Mariano Gil, the parish priest of Tondo. After hearing the revelations, Fr. Gil contacted the authorities and urged them to raid the printing shop. Documents, oaths signed in blood, receipts and ledgers related to Katipunan were confiscated from the shop. Sad End of A Hero ILL FATED DESTINY As a result of the fateful experiences he encountered in Cavite, Bonifacio planned to return to Montalban and San Mateo. On their way to Montalban, he and his followers passed by Limbon, Indang – a place in Cavite where food was scarce and people were tightfisted. At this point, Severino de las Alas turned his back against Bonifacio. The angered Bonifacio responded with threats and words that were wrongly interpreted by the people of Indang. The people sought the help of Aguinaldo, who immediately ordered the arrest of Bonifacio. On 27 April 1897, skirmishes took place between the forces of Bonifacio and Aguinaldo. In the said scuffle, Ciriaco was killed, while Procopio and the Supremo were caught. Andres Bonifacio was stabbed in the neck, weakening him and soaking him in blood. The next day, the prisoners were brought to Indang Tribunal, then to Naic. Within the day, Gen. Mariano Noriel created the tribunal that eventually tried and convicted the Bonifacio brothers of sedition, and sentenced them to death. Surprised by the decision of the tribunal, Aguinaldo commutated the verdict. He recommended the Bonifacio brothers be exiled to an isolated island also found in Cavite. However, Gen. Noriel and Gen. Pio del Pilar dissuaded him, arguing that by reducing the sentence, the Revolutionary Government of the Philippines would once again be at stake. Aguinaldo, in the end, changed his mind and signed the death sentence of the Bonifacio brothers. On 10 May 1897, Procopio and Andres were shot at Mount Nagpatong, near Mount Buntis in Maragondon, Cavite. This event ended the short life of the Supremo. His educational attainment and military expertise may not have been equal to that of other heroes but his love for the country was absolute. His name will always be revered and serve as the battle cry of Filipinos who yearn for freedom oppression and injustice. 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"Bonifacio: The First President") is a 2014 Philippine historical action drama film centering on the life of Katipunanrevolutionary Andres Bonifacio.It is an official entry to the 40th Metro Manila Film Festival. The film begins with the execution of GomBurZa in 1872. The story then flashes forward to the present day where high school students Joaquin (Daniel Padilla), Andrea (Jasmine Curtis-Smith), and Gary (RJ Padilla) visit Museo ng Katipunan. Flashback: On July 3, 1892, Dr. Jose Rizal (Jericho Rosales) brings together La Liga Filipina, a peaceful reform movement that aims to unite all Filipinos and give them one voice. One of its members is Andres Bonifacio (Robin Padilla), who is currently supporting his siblings, as both their parents died due to illness. Rizal is later arrested after the Spanish authorities uncover the organization. Bonifacio then decides to form the Katipunan to lead a revolution against the Spanish colonizers. With the help of his friend Teodoro Plata, he meets Gregoria de Jesús (Vina Morales), who is also known as Oriang. Bonifacio visits the church, meeting Oriang again. She knows that he joined a group of Masons and is not religious. Bonifacio denies the accusations, saying that those are just inventions of the friars. Later that day, while walking on the street, they encounter a friend of Oriang (Pepe Herrera), begging a friar to give his salary in the polo. However, the friar refuses and instead makes derogatory remarks towards the man. Then he is shot by one of the Spanish soldiers. Bonifacio and Oriang's relationship develops and they finally marry after Oriang’s parents gave their approval. Then while recruiting additional katipuneros, Bonifacio finds out that Teodoro and Nonay Bonifacio are lovers. On the following day, a mayor named Emilio Aguinaldo becomes one of the new recruits of the Katipunan. In the present, the museum curator decides to guide the students towards the truth about Bonifacio to enlighten them amidst the wrong historical information in their textbooks. Cast • Robin Padilla as Andres Bonifacio • Vina Morales as Gregoria de Jesus / Oriang • Eddie Garcia as Museum of Philippine Political History curator • Daniel Padilla as Joaquin • Jasmine Curtis-Smith as Andrea • RJ Padilla as Gary Source: Source: Library of Congress > Researchers > Hispanic Reading Room > World of 1898 Follow us at
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2013.07.21 00:15 omgitsjg [Match Thread] Cruz Azul vs Monterrey

Score: CA 1 - 0 MTY
Cruz Azul
Gerardo Torrado - Rogelio Alfredo Chávez - Hugo Mariano Pavone - José de Jesús Corona - Luis Amaranto Perea - Julio César Domínguez - Israel Castro - Gerardo Flores - Joao Robin Rojas - Sergio Javier Nápoles - Jerónimo Arturo Amione
Ricardo Osorio - Neri Raúl Cardozo -José María Basanta - Lucas Antonio Silva - Humberto Andrés Suazo - Severo Efraín Meza - Jesús Eduardo Zavala - Omar Arellano - Juan de Dios Ibarra - Dorlan Mauricio Pabón - Hiram Ricardo Mier
Yellow Cards
  • 15' - Ibarra [MTY]
  • 47' - Mier [MTY]
  • 49' - Zavala [MTY]
Red Cards
  • 83' - Torrado [CA]
Match Events
  • 2' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 5' - Free Kick in favor of CA
  • 15' - Penalty against MTY
  • 16' - Pavone's Penalty Saved by GK Ibarra
  • 21' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 41' - Foul in favor of CA
  • 44' - Foul in favor of MTY
  • HT - Pretty slow paced game not much action, but both teams with same amount of attempts at scoring.
  • 47' - Foul in favor of CA: Free Kick
  • 49' - Foul in favor of CA: Free Kick
  • 50' - Penalty against MTY - Hand by Zavala after free kick.
  • 53' - GOAL by Rogelio Chavez by penalty. Cruz Azul takes the lead.
  • 54' - Offside against CA
  • 57' - Sub for CA: Barrera in for Amione
  • 60' - Sub for MTY: Chelito Delgado in for Cardozo
  • 61' - Foul in favor of MTY
  • 69' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 72' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 75' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 78' - Sub for MTY: Madrigal in for Osorio
  • 79' - Free Kick in favor of CA
  • 80' - Corner in favor of MTY
  • 81' - Foul in favor of CA, Goal for MTY, Not valid because of foul
  • 83' - Foul in favor of MTY - Red card for Torrado (Not sure why, very weird.)
  • 85' - Sub for CA: Madrid in for Pavone and Chavez for Fernandes
  • 90' - 6 Minutes of extra time
  • FULL TIME Final Score 1 - 0 in favor of Cruz Azul
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