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Friday, April 20, 2018

TourCast 40: The NFL is Fixed, Rigged & All About Money.



TourCast 40: The NFL is Fixed, Rigged & All About Money.

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Gage, Shane, Jon, Ant and Ethan are in the studio this week to fully preview Super Bowl 50! The guys make their picks as well as go over some popular Prop Bets for the big game! Oh and talk about how the NFL is 'fixed'. Also on this episode: sports & NFL news, the Urban Dictionary Word of the Week, and the worst things to find in your bathroom! BONUS: at the end of the episode, hear Gage get angry about how Shane texts (Warning: loud audio). Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

WATCH THIS & THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU BUY HIS TICKETS! MUST SEE! (2018)

Watch How Conor Mcgregor & Floyd Mayweather Tricked Everyone! It Was A Scam! Biggest Lie In Boxing/MMA History! Also The Hidden Story Behind Muhammad Ali & Malcolm X! They Will Never Tell You This Or Show It On TV! A Must See! Be Sure to Like, Share & Subscribe for MORE Content in the Future!



WATCH THIS & THINK TWICE BEFORE YOU BUY HIS TICKETS! MUST SEE! (2018)

isabel sanchez 7 hours ago
Wow.. Muhammad Ali spoke truth... not trying to promote racism, but i can see where he coming from, we want our children to look like us, keep our traditions and values alive. Hard topic.

travis cupp 13 hours ago
You constantly reference the Bible which is a book written by the same people you Refer to in this video! King james was a 33% mason & the Bible is only his approved penmanship version of the reality he wanted to control the people with ,, leaving out 56 important books and white washing tons of truth throughout and even giving you a white Jesus ! I'm even white & I can assure you if Jesus existed he def wasn't white!! ! Truth is the truth


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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Johnny Anonymous NFL Confidential


NFL CONFIDENTIAL: True Confessions from the Gutter of Football by Johnny Anonymous is an unprecedented, explosive tell-all about the National Football League that will go on sale Jan 5th (just in time for the playoffs!).

Obviously Johnny Anonymous is not the author’s real name. If we told you his real name, it would mean this book was approved by the NFL before we went to print. And trust us, they would not approve. But Johnny is very real – he’s an offensive lineman and has been a pro football player for a few years now. And he hates it. He hates what it does to his body, to his brain, to his life. So he’s decided to risk his career and write a book that is so devastatingly honest that he can’t even tell you his real identity.
In addition to revealing what players really think about all the controversies of the game, including domestic abuse, drug use, concussions, racism, Deflate Gate, Roger Goodell and the thugs in league management, and headline-making players like Tom Brady, Ray Rice, Michael Sam and Jonathan Martin, NFL CONFIDENTIAL reveals: 
• Why Johnny is hiding his identity, and why someone who is paid a lot of money to pay at the highest level of America’s favorite sport could hate it so much, but won’t quit.
• How drug abuse is prevalent, from pain-killers and performance enhancing meds to alcohol and marijuana, to take off the insane pressure placed on them by the League, the fans, and themselves. 
• Why “sensitivity training” and other anti-violence programs that the League requires players to endure is useless, and what the League should do if they really cared about eliminating crime, domestic abuse and other scandals off the field. 
• How segregated the NFL really is, with white and black players not even sitting together during lunch, and how that comes from the top with the racist actions of coaches an owners. 
• Players’ serious worries about concussions (and how often trauma and memory loss occurs) and how they’re discouraged by the league to express their concerns. 
• The deep division between starters and backups, and how teams are structured almost like a class system. Also how some star players run the show and are given more respect and authority than the head coach. 
• How coaches use players to “spy” on their former teams and force them to divulge their opponents plays and secrets. 
• The 2015 Playoffs – who will win, and why. 
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS STORY ON NFL CONFIDENTIAL FROM DECEMBER 19TH, 2015
Drugs, cheating, racism, violence, homophobia, megalomania.
Welcome to the NFL, Kid.
An obscure offensive lineman writing under the pseudonym “Johnny Anonymous” leaves no scandal unexamined in his damning new book, “NFL Confidential: True Confessions from the Gutter of Football.”
Did the New England Patriots, implicated in Deflategate for fiddling with footballs and accused in Spygate of illegally videotaping the competition, actually bend the rules?
Of course, says Mr. Anonymous — just like the league’s 31 other teams.
“The Pats are no different than anyone else in the NFL,” he wrote. “They worship winning so much they’ll do anything for it. The only mistake they make is that they got caught.”
He also offers his take on the personalities of players at different positions.
Quarterbacks are “as dull as rocks, completely humorless and absolutely relentless,” he wrote.
The diva wide receivers are in a league of their own.
“Arrogant, outspoken, selfish,” he rants. “They spend money like it’s their job on jewelry, a couple Benzes, Gucci backpacks — backpacks? — and typically have no shame. On top of that, they’re the funniest guys on the team.”
And offensive linemen are truly offensive: Many urinate in their pants rather than leave the sidelines during a game. They think it’s badass and shows their dedication.
Yes, this a bitter man spewing. He gave his all to his first team in the league, believing the promises made to him about the future. Anonymous was cut after two years.
So he arrived at training camp in the summer of 2014 an angry third-string backup auditioning for a new team. Anonymous disguises the team and changes names, time lines and details to protect himself and the not-so-innocent.
He recounts his first day in the team cafeteria, where the players eat at tables divided by race.
“You be having a klan meeting over there or some such s--t?” a black man called out as he carried his tray to a table filled with white players.
“I’m just terrified of that Black Panther party you got over there,” Anonymous fired back.
“Racism does exist in the NFL,” he wrote. “No big deal. It’s just how it is.”
He’s heard players from the Deep South call people “coons,” while black players call white players “crackers” and “honkies” all the time.
“Usually to their face,” he wrote, “because they’re black and can get away with it.”
More rampant than any racism is the leaguewide homophobia. Anonymous wrote that he and plenty of other players are not OK with openly gay players in the locker room.
The author referenced Michael Sam, the league’s first openly gay player, who kissed his boyfriend on national television after he was drafted by the St. Louis Rams.
“For all of us the kissing-in-public thing went about 20 steps too far,” he maintains in the book. “To put it delicately, it was f---ing gross.”
There may not be many openly gay NFL players after Michael Sam.
Anonymous actually believes the anti-gay sentiment is the bedrock of team bonding.
“In an environment as ultramasculine as the NFL, there’s almost no greater sign of comfort with a guy than being able to make a good gay joke,” he wrote.
And putting an openly gay player into the middle of an NFL team might ruin the camaraderie.
“That’s why you won’t be seeing any more ‘Michael Sams’ anytime soon,” he insists. “No one wants to be the guy who f---s up the chemistry on his team.”
After the appalling video of Ray Rice viciously assaulting his fiancĂ©e became public, his team’s locker room was in a frenzy of speculation.
But everybody agreed on one thing: There was no way that the NFL hierarchy had no knowledge of the video, as NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell publicly claimed.
“The league knows every f---ing thing about us,” one of the team stars bellowed. “Those f---ers got connections everywhere.”
Anonymous claims that the word on the Baltimore Ravens running back was that he had always been a cancer on his team: “Someone who tears his team apart because instead of being a leader, he’s a selfish, arrogant pr--k.”
Violence is a way of life for many NFL players, whether they hail from “the ’hood or the trailer park,” he wrote. Some learn to control it; others, like Rice, can’t change.
“Some, if it wasn’t for the NFL, they wouldn’t be playing football, they’d be in prison,” Anonymous says in the book. “Then you got your lucky few like Aaron Hernandez or Michael Vick who just happen to get both.”
Anonymous says all the league does to address any of the issues — domestic abuse, homophobia, racism — is hold tedious meetings where the men are inundated with statistics and told horror stories of players who screwed up.
The book claims that offensive linemen urinate in their pants because they'd rather not leave the sidelines during games.
The takeaway is usually, “Please, please, don’t f--- up, because then we’ll all look really bad,” he recounts.
As for substance abuse or boozing, Anonymous insists that “the amazing truth is that it’s actually really easy to get away with drinking and doing street drugs as an NFL player.”
Athletes with a drug or alcohol problem are pretty much left to deal with it on their own — although there are not a lot of players with an addiction, he claimed.
The teams once passed out prescriptions for the painkillers Vicodin, Percocet and OxyContin like candy. But the 2011 collective bargaining agreement put an end to that.
One of his angrier accusations is that teams regularly take the last player cut from an opposing team for one thing only: To pick his brain for the enemy’s game plan.
He traded his first team’s plays for the chance to be picked up by its rivals. When it didn’t happen, he felt guilty as hell.
The career backup actually made it onto the field as a starting center when one of his fellow lineman suffered an injury.
Unsurprisingly, he caught football fever all over again. But it faded once the injured player healed and Anonymous returned to the bench.
His team failed to make it into the playoffs, but Anonymous was picked up for another year. When that ends, he’ll look for another team to hire him as a backup and cash their fat checks.
For a man with the stated ambition to be the “Best NFL Backup Ever,” that would be living the dream. And yet he acknowledges hating the sport with every fiber of his being.
“Loathe it. Hate what it does to our bodies,” he spews. “Hate what it does to our minds. . . . Hate what it does to our lives.”
The book goes on sale Jan. 5, with the author confident that he will continue to toil in anonymity.
“You can’t figure out who I am,” he taunts. “Go ahead, try. I dare you. Catch me if you can.”


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