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#1 Senior Bowl: Tyree Jackson Showing Off the Arm

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NFL Draft prospect Drew Lock successfully threw an underhand pass in the Senior Bowl

Sharing the playing time in the last live-game opportunity to impress NFL scouts ahead of the draft this spring, Lock found an innovative way to show he can still make plays when the pressure’s on: an underhand pass.

With the North team down, 9-0, late in the first quarter in Mobile, Alabama, Lock needed to make a play on second-and-eight to help his team get out of its own territory. Running out of time, he tossed the ball underhand to Tommy Sweeney, a tight end out of Boston College.

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Lock and Sweeney didn’t get the first down on that play, but they did pick up several yards for a third-and-short play. Who knows how often being able to make an underhand pass will be useful in the NFL, but proving he can think quickly while scrambling is a good thing.

At halftime, Kyle Shanahan-led South team had a 12-3 lead over Jon Gruden’s North team.

For Missouri, Lock threw for 3,498 yards, 28 touchdowns and eight interceptions with a 62.9 completion percentage.

#2 NXT TakeOver • WWE NXT • Johnny Gargano • Tommaso Ciampa • Phoenix WWE Full Match: Gargano vs. Andrade, NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia

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Andrade defends his NXT Championship against Johnny Gargano in an instant-classic at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia!


NXT TakeOver Phoenix LIVE: Card, updates, predictions from WWE event

It's the night before the Royal Rumble and the NXT superstars take centre stage in the hotly anticipated event in Arizona


Tommaso Ciampa faces Aleister Black at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix (Image: © WWE)

Aleister Black challenges Tommaso Ciampa for the NXT Championship at WWE NXT TakeOver: Phoenixtonight.

The former champion finally gets his one-on-one rematch with the most dangerous man in all of NXT just 24 hours before Royal Rumble 2019 .

Shayna Baszler defends the NXT women's title versus Bianca Belair and Johnny Gargano looks to capture Ricochet's NXT North American Championship.

Meanwhile The Undisputed Era put their NXT tag team titles on the line against War Raiders, with Matt Riddle and Kassius Ohno set to clash in a singles match.

Our man Neil Docking will deliver all the action as it happens in Phoenix, Arizona - and that’s the bottom line, because Mirror Sport said so!

Cold hard truth

You ready Bro?

Matt Riddle defeated Kassius Ohno in around six seconds at NXT TakeOver: WarGames, but surely he won’t have such an easy time tonight against the Knockout Artist?

Roberts and McAfee discuss Ohno attacking Riddle’s pal Keith Lee last week on NXT - could he feature in this bout somehow?


Match of the Year goes to Gargano vs Almas

Johnny Gargano is backstage with a Match of the Year award, handed to him for his bout with Andrade Almas at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia last year.

Gargano says him and Match of the Year go hand in hand. He has won it twice. He says 2018 was the birth of “Johnny TakeOver”.

Zelina Vega, Andrade’s manager, joins him and says that was only the match of the year because Almas was in it and he was the one who won it. He has since gone to SmackDown and taken over the world beating Rey Mysterio, she states.

Vega says he’s done nothing since. She says 2019 is the year of tranquilo.

Gargano says she’s right, he didn’t win, but tonight he will have the match of the year and get the victory.

Richochet named NXT Breakout star of 2018

Richochet is named the NXT Breakout star of 2018. He’s looking sharp in a red suit and black shirt and picks out winning his North American Championship as his highlight of the year.

That was a pretty average segment - he’s a very likeable character and a dazzling performer capable of the incredible between the ropes, but I’m still hoping Ricochet finds more to say in NXT.

A video package hypes Ricochet’s defence of the NXT North American Championship against Johnny Gargano, the former ace babyface of NXT turned twisted heel.

Roberts says what’s the point of having the match of the night if you always lose, criticising Gargano’s efforts in NXT, which is rebutted by McAfee, who says he always puts on a show.

Personally, I agree with our man John Isherwood in his NXT TakeOver: Phoenix predictions piece - I think this is the night Johnny Wrestling wins some gold.

NXT TakeOver: Phoenix pre-show begins

The NXT TakeOver Phoenix pre-show is underway with Charly Caruso joined by Sam Roberts and Pat McAfee.

They briefly hype TakeOver before promoting the Royal Rumble tomorrow, with Pat getting in a nice line about WWE Champion Daniel Bryan hating SUVs.

Then they cut to Sarah Schreib backstage, who will announce the #NXTYearEndAwards for 2018, as voted for by the fans, later this evening.

Welcome wrestling fans!

Welcome wrestling fans to Mirror Sport’s WWE NXT TakeOver: Phoenix live blog!

I’m Neil (@neildocking) the Mirror’s wrestling writer, and I’ll bring you all the action and reaction live, as it happens, right here.

Aleister Black challenges Tommaso Ciampa for the NXT Championship at WWE NXT TakeOver: Phoenix tonight.

The former champion finally gets his one-on-one rematch with the most dangerous man in all of NXT just 24 hours before Royal Rumble 2019 .

Shayna Baszler defends the NXT women’s title versus Bianca Belair and Johnny Gargano looks to capture Ricochet’s NXT North American Championship.

Meanwhile The Undisputed Era put their NXT tag team titles on the line against War Raiders, with Matt Riddle and Kassius Ohno set to clash in a singles match.

Let’s get started!

Fans are piling into the Talking Stick Resort Arena for NXT TakeOver: Phoenix.

#BlackHeart vs #BlxckMass

What a cool graphic. Tonight’s main event should be something special!

Ricochet (c) vs Johnny Gargano prediction

Every match at an NXT TakeOver has the opportunity to be a showstealer, but this one really should be the match of the night. Ricochet has been ‘en fuego’ to quote Mauro Ranallo, since he arrived in NXT and his performance at War Games was yet another major entry for this human highlight reel.

Ever since he revealed himself as Aleister Black’s assailant, Johnny Gargano has been even more of a joy to watch. Watching how torn he was when his former rival Tommaso Ciampa came into the cage match and helped him take out Black was sheer perfection. These two have the talent to put on a fast paced, hard hitting match full of high flying and technical moves.

Is it time for NXT’s nearly man to finally win some gold? Johnny Wrestling becomes Johnny Champion on Saturday night.

Richochet faces Johnny Gargano at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix
Richochet faces Johnny Gargano at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix (Image: © WWE)

Undisputed Era (c) vs War Raiders prediction

Excitement has surrounded Rowe and Hanson since they signed from Ring of Honor. Following the departure of Authors of Pain over to Raw and Heavy Machinery heading the same way, War Raiders have become the big man tag team on NXT.

These boys can move, as they proved again during the excellent War Games match when they teamed with Ricochet and Pete Dunne against the Undisputed Era.

Tag team title matches at TakeOver events tend to steal the show and UE have been at the forefront of many of them - their match with Moustache Mountain at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV being a highlight.

This bout has all the tools to be yet another cracker. Expect to see the big men dominate with power along with showcasing some of their flashier moves and also expect Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong to use every heel trick in the book to get an advantage over their larger opponents.

The Era have been on top for a while now, but is it time for a change? Perhaps yes, but I can see O’Reilly and Strong using the numbers game with Adam Cole and Bobby Fish to sneak this one through and War Raiders to get their Viking coronation at WrestleMania weekend.

Undisputed Era face War Raiders at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix
Undisputed Era face War Raiders at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix (Image: © WWE)

Matt Riddle v Kassius Ohno prediction

For the third time, Matt Riddle and Kassius Ohno will square off tonight at an NXT TakeOver and this is sure to be the last in their series.

Previously on NXT TakeOver: WarGames, Riddle took down Ohno in a matter of seconds. This time around we should see something a little bit longer.

Ohno has acted like the big man on campus upset by the cool new kid from out of town turning up at school. He was the king and now Riddle has arrived, everyone thinks he’s the man and he’s dating the head cheerleader. Can the veteran take down the young upstart?

The King of Bros has been superb since making his debut and surely logic dictates that a man who should go on to be a huge star in the company gets the win here. Riddle for the win, bro!

The big question is will we see Keith Lee get involved? Riddle and Lee have history and have interacted on screen a lot as of late. Heel turn incoming?

Matt Riddle faces Kassius Ohno at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix
Matt Riddle faces Kassius Ohno at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix (Image: © WWE)

Ronda Rousey statement

WWE have issued a statement on the future of Ronda Rousey, on the eve of her appearance at Royal Rumble on Sunday.

It comes amid suggestions that the former UFC star will depart in order to start a family with husband Travis Browne.

Dave Meltzer, writing in the Wrestling Observer , claimed “everyone is working with the mindset that she’s finishing up” following WrestleMania 35.

However, Rousey is under contract with the company for another two years.

And in a statement released by WWE, the company took exception to the claims, declaring: “Ronda Rousey is under contract with WWE until April 10, 2021.

“Whether she wants to start a family is a private matter.”

Ronda Rousey celebrates winning the WWE Raw Women's Championship
Ronda Rousey celebrates winning the WWE Raw Women's Championship (Image: © WWE)

#3 Pegasus World Cup • Horse racing • Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino Preview of Races 1, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10 at Gulfstream Park on January 26th, 2019


Millie Ball & Zoe Cadman take a closer look at a slew of races on the Pegasus World Cup Invitational undercard from Gulfstream Park on Saturday highlighted by recent works from their top contenders...

Pegasus World Cup purse: Main prize money down to $9 million this year

City of Light pocketed $4 million for winning the final race on Saturday

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The richest horse race in the world is still rich, but it spread the wealth around a bit in the third iteration of the Pegasus World Cup. The total purse of $16 million is now split among the final two races on Saturday, including the addition of a $7 million turf race at Gulfstream Park in Florida.

The main attraction remains the Pegasus World Cup Invitational, headlined this year by Breeders’ Cup champion Accelerate, who finished third. But this year the purse for that race is $9 million, down from $16 million in 2018, with the winner City of Light pocketing $4 million.

The difference in total is made up with the newly-added Pegasus World Cup Turf Invitational this year, with a $7 million total purse. Among the horses vying for the $3 million winner’s prize are Yoshida, Catapult, and Aerolithe.

For diluting the purse of the main race, the entry fee for horses was cut this year from $1 million to $500,000.

“The appetite for a turf race is strong and the decision to include a premier turf race is part of the ongoing evolution of the Pegasus World Cup,” said Belinda Stonach, head of The Stonach Group, which owns the race.

In addition to $4 million for the winner of the Pegasus World Cup Invitational, the second-place finisher Seeking the Soul netted $1.25 million, down to $200,000 for each of the 10th through 12th-place finishers, per Horse Racing Nation. The total purse for the race is $9 million, down from $16 million in 2018. The inaugural race had a total purse of $12 million.

Pegasus World Cup Invitational

Finish Horse Payout
1st City of Light $4,000,000
2nd Seeking the Soul $1,250,000
3rd Accelerate $900,000
4th Bravazo $700,000
5th $550,000
6th $250,000
7th $250,000
8th $250,000
9th $250,000
10th $200,000
11th $200,000
12th $200,000

Source: Horse Racing Nation

#4 C.F. Monterrey • Club América • Mexico • 2018 Liga MX Torneo Apertura EN VIVO: MONTERREY VS CLUB AMÉRICA | Primera Division – Clausura | PARTIDO COMPLETO LIGA MX

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Competition: Liga MX

Date: January 27, 2019

Kick-off time: 11:00 pm, January 27, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Estadio BBVA Bancomer

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Monterrey and Club America are amongst the sides that could be happy with their start to the second half of the campaign.

Monterrey have bagged seven points from three matches. In addition, they have lost just once in their last 10 matches.

Club America meanwhile, have won both their Mexican Clausura matches so far and should be in great spirits.

The away side have won four on the bounce and last lost a match in September.

101 Great Goals predicts: Monterrey 2 – Club América 3

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Liga MX table

# Team MP W D L F A D P
1 Cruz Azul 17 11 3 3 26 13 13 36
2 Club América 17 9 6 2 33 17 16 33
3 Pumas UNAM 17 8 6 3 29 19 10 30
4 Santos Laguna 17 8 6 3 27 18 9 30
5 Monterrey 17 9 3 5 25 19 6 30
6 Tigres UANL 17 8 5 4 32 18 14 29
7 Deportivo Toluca 17 8 2 7 27 22 5 26
8 Querétaro 17 7 5 5 19 20 -1 26
9 Monarcas Morelia 17 7 4 6 23 26 -3 25
10 Pachuca 17 6 6 5 26 18 8 24
11 Guadalajara 17 5 5 7 21 22 -1 20
12 Puebla 17 5 5 7 23 30 -7 20
13 Lobos de la BUAP 17 5 4 8 21 25 -4 19
14 León 17 5 3 9 18 23 -5 18
15 Tijuana 17 4 5 8 13 24 -11 17
16 Necaxa 17 3 5 9 19 29 -10 14
17 Atlas 17 2 5 10 11 27 -16 11
18 Veracruz 17 2 4 11 17 40 -23 10

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#5 Tennessee • Tennessee Volunteers men’s basketball • Vanderbilt University • Grant Williams

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???? Tide will take on the No. 3 Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday at 1 p.m. CT. ?: #RollTide #BuckleUp


Why Grant Williams is Tennessee’s most valuable player

It’s an obvious statement, but here’s a closer look at how and why he’s so good.
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I began this series intending to examine the performances of five or six guys on the basketball team within the MVP-discussion framework for two main reasons: I felt like it could be a fun and informative collection of stories, and I thought it might create some dialogue. Tennessee has multiple contributors and it can beat you on any given night if one or two of those main cogs aren’t performing well. That’s still true.

I had already started an article highlighting Jordan Bowden’s season and discussing why I felt he could, reasonably, be considered Tennessee’s MVP this season. Then Grant Williams went nuclear on Vanderbilt, and my 1300 words on Bowden seemed, well, poorly timed at best. We’ll revisit Bowden’s season at a later date.

It seems there’s no better time than now, despite the risk of these words being lost in the sea of post-Vanderbilt Williams’ reverence, to dive into William’s performance this year.

Williams won SEC Player of the Year and almost literally carried Tennessee to a Sweet Sixteen appearance last season. He led the team in minutes played, PER, usage, win shares, points, points produced, etc., etc., so on and so forth.

This season, Williams is putting up numbers that eclipse last year’s SEC POY campaign and place him in the National Player of the Year conversation.


Williams has scored in double figures in 17 out of Tennessee 18 games, and he leads the SEC averaging slightly more than 20 points a game. That’s an increase of nearly 5 points from last year’s average. His 43-point outburst against Vanderbilt was the 11th- best single game scoring effort this season and the only one in the top-30 that occurred without the benefit of a made 3-pointer.

He’s shooting nearly 57 percent from the field, 36 percent from 3-point range and 86 percent from the free-throw line. Just for a point of reference: In the NBA, there’s a group of seven players,ever, who shot 50 percent from the field, 40 percent from 3-point range and 90 percent from the free-throw line over the course of a season. It’s understandably referred to as the “50-40-90,” club, and again, it has exactly seven members.

Per game, he’s making more shots this season, but he’s taking almost the same number of shots he did a season ago. His overall field goal shooting is up nearly 10 percent, and his 3-point shooting is up 24 percent. He’s already hit three times the number of 3-pointers this season (9) as he did last season (3). His free throw percentage is up 10 points from last year, and it’s up nearly 20 points from his freshman year.

Williams demonstrated advanced touch and skill shooting the ball around the rim his first two seasons at UT, so it’s no surprise that his overall shooting numbers are rising, especially when you consider that, by most accounts, it’s something he puts a lot of work into. Shooting is a skill, and by nature it can be worked on and refined. His outside shooting is an area that he needs to continue to improve, but in the post, he’s NBA ready now.

Watching Williams work around the basket ignites a sort of cognitive dissonance – he’s like a guy who does construction work having soft, delicate hands. He’s a walking contradiction: big and bruising, but smooth. He’s just as likely to go around you as he is to go through you. If you follow me on twitter (@_nicosuave_) you know I’ve been raving about his spin move all year. It’s truly beautiful.

The most current information I could find puts his shooting percentage on shots close to the rim at nearly 72 percent. That’s a solid percentage for any guy that plays in the post, but it’s more impressive for Williams considering that: 1) He’s really around 6-foot-5, maybe 6-foot-6, so he’s almost always at a height disadvantage, and 2) the amount he’s fouled.

His free throw rate is 73.8 meaning that he’s taking nearly 74 free-throws for every 100 shots he’s taking from the field. That’s the third-best rate in the conference, and it’s up almost 20 percentage points from last season.

His strong lower body allows him to establish position inside and his strong upper body allows him to finish through contact. Guarding Williams is very much a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t scenario,” in that if you don’t foul him, he’s likely to score, and if you do foul him, he’s likely to score and hit the free throw, too.


As good as Williams is shooting the ball and scoring in the post, at 6-foot-6, one has to be proficient in other areas if NBA dreams are to be realized.

In 35 games last season, he had 66 assists. In 18 games this season, he’s got 64 assists, and that number puts him at second on the team and ninth in the SEC.

He’s also nearly doubled his assist percentage (8.7 to 15.4) from last season to this season, and he’s raised his assist to turnover ratio from .89 to 1.68. This means that last season he was turning the ball over more often than he was assisting on baskets, but this year he’s tallying almost two assists for every one turnover.

Most of the time, Tennessee’s offense runs through Williams, so naturally he has the highest usage rate on the team. And when you score the ball like he does, double teams are going to come. He’s shown the willingness and ability to make the right decision and the on-target pass. I found a couple videos online that show you what I’m talking about.

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Zach Milner@ZachMilner13

Grant Williams dominated the 2nd half against Kansas. Contested multiple shots at the rim & scored the ball well. His passing is what stood out the most though.

Really like what I've seen from him as a passer. Here's a mini video of 4 great reads from him in a span of 3 minutes

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This is a screen shot from the first play on the video. We see Williams has established his position in the paint. Schofield is about to make the entry pass, but you also see there’s three Kansas defenders within 5-7 feet of Williams’ position in the post.

Kansas doubles Williams on the catch, but that frees up Alexander. You see Kyle and his path to the basket in blue. If you look closely, you can also see Williams’ head is turned in Alexander’s direction. We obviously can’t be sure what Williams is looking at, but it seems like he’s anticipated the double team and knows Alexander is going to be open.

This is one of the last frames before Williams makes the pass. Look at that big fella bend. Instead of panicking when the double team came, he calmly bent down and reached around the defender to deliver the bounce pass to Alexander for an easy dunk. Great anticipation and great vision.

Some beautiful soul on YouTube made this second video, and it shows Williams making quick decisions when the double team comes along with some pin-point bounce passes. The last two clips are my favorites. They’re post-entry bounce passes that some guards in college basketball can’t make with such accuracy. Williams hits his teammates right in the hands for a couple of easy finishes. It’s just lovely, lovely basketball.


These are the defensive and rebounding categories where Williams ranks in the top-10 for the SEC:

Defensive rating: 2nd

Defensive win-shares: 1st

Blocked shots: 5th

Blocked shots per game: 5th

Block percentage: 10th

Total rebounds: 8th

Offensive rebounds: 7th

Offensive rebound percentage: 3rd

Defensive rebounds: 5th

Total rebounds: 7th

Total rebounds per game: 7th

Williams is inside the top-10 for the SEC in just about all the defensive and rebounding metrics I looked at, and he’s the anchor of one of the most efficient offenses in the country. This dude does it all and does it all well. Tennessee needs Williams to stay in games – he’s fouled out four times in 18 games so far this year – and if he can his impact on the game is undeniable. While several players on the team have a strong case for Tennessee’s most valuable player, if Williams keeps up his current numbers, they’re all vying for second place.

#6 Colorado State Rams men’s basketball • California State University, Fresno • Basketball • Mountain West Conference

Mountain West Conference

Take a look at the 2018 Mountain West Men's Basketball Championship bracket! #MWMadness action tips off on Wednesday, March 7 in Las Vegas.


Enemy opinion: Colorado State preview

Guest reporter Luke Zahlmann, from The Rocky Mountain Collegian, provides a bit of insight Colorado State men’s basketball team for Bulldog fans going into Saturday’s game at the Save Mart Center.

LZ: The story of Colorado State thus far in its first year under Niko Medved is one of inconsistency.

To open the year, the Rams won four of their first five and looked to be on their way to a  resurgence. After that stint though, the team has gone 3-11 in their next stretch including a two-game losing streak entering the Fresno State matchup.

Medved’s system has preached ball movement. Under the Rams’ previous regime, ball movement was a secondary task with several scorers playing is isolation often. The change has been a slow one for the team as they are finally beginning to adapt and raise their assist averages as well.

Though it will not be easy, the key for the Rams will once again be Nico Carvacho, one of the conference’s premier centers. On the year, Carvacho has averaged career highs in both points (15.7) and rebounds (12.4), with his rebounding average sitting atop the entire nation.

Alongside the big man is fellow upperclassmen J.D. Paige who is also having a career year in his redshirt senior season. On the year, the guard has averaged 15.2 points per game. His efficiency has also risen as his 40.9-percent mark from outside leads all Rams’ starters.

Paige will also be tasked with guarding Bulldogs’ standout Deshon Taylor. The matchup between the pair of guards will be a premier matchup in the game and likely fill the highlight reels following its conclusion.

The final piece of the puzzle for the Rams in their pursuit of an upset will be freshman Kendle Moore. Seen as a sparkplug for the team, the guard leads the Mountain West in steals (31) and has used his thievery to set up multiple fast break opportunities for the team throughout the season.

If the trio can find their groove early in the matchup, the Rams will contend well with their conference foes. If not, they will likely drop their third-consecutive conference matchup and drop further in the MW standings.

Colorado State center Nico Carvacho (32) reaches for a rebound in a game against Nevada, The 6-foot-11 junior is leading the Mountain West in scoring, rebounds and offensive rebounds in conference games.
Colorado State center Nico Carvacho (32) reaches for a rebound in a game against Nevada, The 6-foot-11 junior is leading the Mountain West in scoring, rebounds and offensive rebounds in conference games.TOM R. SMEDES ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Websites that I have created and  websites you have created and websites millions of others around the world have created websites or content. For example Just writing a text is creating content and that's where Google puts the billions in advertising they receive and keeping most of it for themselves. Yes content others have created and yet somehow they are keeping almost all of these billions for themselves and not distributing it equitably to the real workers the true content creators who actually deserve the advertising monies. Google has made it's billions on the backs of you and me. Think about that for a minute, how can they continue to justify this? They Can't, it has to change.

For example if I were to prevail in the current lawsuit just half of the monies or $20 billion put into a basic account and compounded at 5% annually we could realistically employ over 80,000 people at $24,000 a year, indefinitely.  Sounds unbelievable but its true and if we only employed 40,000 people we could pay them approx. $48,000 a year indefinitely. Its all true. Its simply a matter of having the money and the will to do it. Now is 40,000 people a lot well yes it would be a lot of employees but with more money simply put into a trust account we could employ more people

I David Russell Ellenberger through my website am suing Google to try to help right a wrong. A wrong committed by Google that has simply gotten out of hand. Most people may think they can't do anything about it. Nothing can stop Google, the politicians don't care they use all of Googles data to further their own campaigns and line their own pockets while the rest of us keep on creating the content for Google, nothing can be done, this however is not the case, we can do something.

The politicians and Alphabet inc. aka Google have done nothing to help society at large other than organize it so they can keep more money in secret and pay off all their buddies with their fraudulently obtained money. It's gotten so bad that the politicians and others in control won't even talk about it, they ignore it and hope it goes away, they won't even try to stop google because it is helping them too much and maybe they are scared of Google or who knows what they may be thinking. But it looks like fraud and it's coming to an end.

I'm telling you we can do something and I David Russell Ellenberger an average citizen Content Creator am saying to you, I'm not scared of Google because I have nothing left to loose.  I David Russell Ellenberger am telling you there is something you too can do, if nothing else, tell all your friends to come to aka IT40, believe these words and Create your Content.

Further I promise to you and all who read this if we do prevail in the lawsuit against Alphabet Inc. We will use half of any monies we may receive to pay "content creators" a living wage. I pledge to anyone who is reading this, we will use half of any monies we may receive to help those who really do want to work on the internet and create content and tell us what they think. We will use half of any money so you can Get Paid, we want you to get paid for the content you create and get paid everyday and Get Paid to Vote create data and to be able to do this work online and from your home or anywhere in the world you care to be. Because in the words of an ancient scholar Y-O-U are the business Y-O-U are creating all the data, Y-O-U are the content creators and Y-O-U are all that matters.

Now the main thing I want you to take away form this and to know, Alphabet inc. is and has been committing fraud against you, me and everyone who uses the internet. I don't think Google started out to defraud the world it has just degenerated into this endless morass of corruption and fraud and no one seems to care, Well I care and I know you care too.  Sadly Google has been doing this with impunity for years and it is only getting worse. Please don't let them fool you with their lies and obfuscation. Do some research create some content build a website and research the analytics numbers you will find I am right. Google owes you, me and everyone online thousands if not 10's of thousands of dollars for all the data and advertising dollars they have co-opted from you and the rest of the world. So join with me don't use any Google products or file your own lawsuit in federal court against Alphabet inc. I will be glad to help you any way I can and show you how to do it if need be. It will take a sincere effort on your part but it will definitely help your self esteem, society and the world.

Now that's about all I have to say on this subject for now.  I will tell you this if you want more information or you have questions or comments for me, my email is [email protected] Thank you for reading looking and listening and believing in Please tell all your friends about us and don't forget to vote Thumbs up or down and refresh your page when your done. One last Thing, I need all the help I can get I am only 1 person but together and with todays technology we can move mountains and reframe society and our world the way we want it to be. One final note let me tell you about a new website coming to the world called Thank you ttyl



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