NHL return-to-play update: Game schedule, injury news, lingering ‘bubble’ questions

The NHL resumes play on Saturday! Get caught up on all the ins and outs of the return-to-play format and life in the hub city “bubbles.”
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The very best of the NBA’s bubble activities

After three weeks, players seem to have adjusted to bubble life and are making the most of everything available to them on the NBA’s campus.
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Jack Harlow Says Pic W/ Lou Williams Is Old, Not Tied To Leaving NBA Bubble

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Love & Basketball: Inside the Romances NBA Stars Are Missing While in the Bubble

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Predators coach John Hynes on goalie controversy, NHL bubble life

We chat with the Nashville bench boss on all things NHL restart — including potentially having to be chaperone in Edmonton.
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What mental challenges does a month in a Florida bubble present?

Several weeks in a bubble will present unknown challenges as the NBA concludes its season.
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The NHLPA’s Don Fehr on the Olympics, bubble life, coronavirus testing and more

We check in with the executive director on the return to play, negotiating a CBA during a global pandemic and much more.
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Joel Embiid Rocks Hazmat Suit To NBA Bubble, Safety First!

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NHL return-to-play timeline, testing plans, bubble life details

The NHL and NHLPA provided a major update this weekend. Plus, what we know about the forthcoming CBA extension.
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Nets’ Temple: ‘Nervous anxiousness’ about bubble

Despite being committed to making the trip to Orlando with the Nets on Tuesday, Garrett Temple said he knows it will be uncomfortable for players to be in the bubble and said he feels a “nervous anxiousness” about making the trek.
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What questions surround a possible second NBA bubble?

Eight teams will not be going to the NBA bubble in Florida. However, the league is interested in developing another location to begin activities for those teams in September.
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What are the rules in the NBA bubble? Detailing the 100-page plan

What happens if a player tests positive for the virus? Here are all the answers from the NBA’s massive handbook.
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The NBA in a bubble: The blueprint for how the league could finish the 2019-20 season

Hope perseveres to eventually declare a 2019-20 NBA champion. ESPN spoke to a range of stakeholders studying the “bubble” concept and compared their concerns with the league’s thinking.
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Episode 985 Scott Adams: A Bubble Reality I Recently Discovered, What I Learned About Learning

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Episode 980 Scott Adams: I Create a Bubble Reality of Positivity For You to Live in Until a Least Monday

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  • A bubble reality of positivity

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Everything you need to know about how the NBA bubble could work

ESPN spoke to stakeholders studying the “bubble” concept and compared concerns.
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Wins by Nets, Magic leave three teams on the Eastern Conference bubble

The Heat, Pistons and Hornets are competing for the final playoff spot in the days before Wednesday’s regular-season finale.
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The Nets catch a break in the middle of the East bubble battle

The Pistons, Nets, Heat and Magic are separated by fewer than two games for the last three playoff spots in the Eastern Conference.
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The reloading bubble team: The Clippers’ place in the playoff race

The Clippers broke up their roster for the second season in a row, but they’re still right in the middle of the playoff chase.
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How To Know You’re In a Mass Hysteria Bubble

History is full of examples of Mass Hysterias. They happen fairly often. The cool thing about mass hysterias is that you don’t know when you are in one. But sometimes the people who are not experiencing the mass hysteria can recognize when others are experiencing one, if they know what to look for.

I’ll teach you what to look for.


A mass hysteria happens when the public gets a wrong idea about something that has strong emotional content and it triggers cognitive dissonance that is often supported by confirmation bias. In other words, people spontaneously hallucinate a whole new (and usually crazy-sounding) reality and believe they see plenty of evidence for it. The Salem Witch Trials are the best-known example of mass hysteria. The McMartin Pre-School case and the Tulip Bulb hysteria are others. The dotcom bubble probably qualifies. We might soon learn that the Russian Collusion story was mass hysteria in hindsight. The curious lack of solid evidence for Russian collusion is a red flag. But we’ll see how that plays out.

The most visible Mass Hysteria of the moment involves the idea that the United States intentionally elected a racist President. If that statement just triggered you, it might mean you are in the Mass Hysteria bubble. The cool part is that you can’t fact-check my claim you are hallucinating if you are actually hallucinating. But you can read my description of the signs of mass hysteria and see if you check off the boxes.

If you’re in the mass hysteria, recognizing you have all the symptoms of hysteria won’t help you be aware you are in it. That’s not how hallucinations work. Instead, your hallucination will automatically rewrite itself to expel any new data that conflicts with its illusions.

But if you are not experiencing mass hysteria, you might be totally confused by the actions of the people who are. They appear to be irrational, but in ways that are hard to define. You can’t tell if they are stupid, unscrupulous, ignorant, mentally ill, emotionally unstable or what. It just looks frickin’ crazy.

The reason you can’t easily identify what-the-hell is going on in the country right now is that a powerful mass hysteria is in play. If you see the signs after I point them out, you’re probably not in the hysteria bubble. If you read this and do NOT see the signs, it probably means you’re trapped inside the mass hysteria bubble.

Here are some signs of mass hysteria. This is my own take on it, but I welcome you to fact-check it with experts on mass hysteria.

1. The trigger event for cognitive dissonance

On November 8th of 2016, half the country learned that everything they believed to be both true and obvious turned out to be wrong. The people who thought Trump had no chance of winning were under the impression they were smart people who understood their country, and politics, and how things work in general. When Trump won, they learned they were wrong. They were so very wrong that they reflexively (because this is how all brains work) rewrote the scripts they were seeing in their minds until it all made sense again. The wrong-about-everything crowd decided that the only way their world made sense, with their egos intact, is that either the Russians helped Trump win or there are far more racists in the country than they imagined, and he is their king. Those were the seeds of the two mass hysterias we witness today.

Trump supporters experienced no trigger event for cognitive dissonance when Trump won. Their worldview was confirmed by observed events.

2. The Ridiculousness of it 

One sign of a good mass hysteria is that it sounds bonkers to anyone who is not experiencing it. Imagine your neighbor telling you he thinks the other neighbor is a witch. Or imagine someone saying the local daycare provider is a satanic temple in disguise. Or imagine someone telling you tulip bulbs are more valuable than gold. Crazy stuff.

Compare that to the idea that our president is a Russian puppet. Or that the country accidentally elected a racist who thinks the KKK and Nazis are “fine people.” Crazy stuff.

If you think those examples don’t sound crazy – regardless of the reality – you are probably inside the mass hysteria bubble.

3. The Confirmation Bias

If you are inside the mass hysteria bubble, you probably interpreted President Trump’s initial statement on Charlottesville – which was politically imperfect to say the least – as proof-positive he is a damned racist.

If you are outside the mass hysteria bubble you might have noticed that President Trump never campaigned to be our moral leader. He presented himself as – in his own words “no angel” – with a set of skills he offered to use in the public’s interest. He was big on law and order, and equal justice under the law. But he never offered moral leadership. Voters elected him with that knowledge. Evidently, Republicans don’t depend on politicians for moral leadership. That’s probably a good call.

When the horror in Charlottesville shocked the country, citizens instinctively looked to their president for moral leadership. The president instead provided a generic law and order statement. Under pressure, he later named specific groups and disavowed the racists. He was clearly uncomfortable being our moral lighthouse. That’s probably why he never described his moral leadership as an asset when running for office. We observe that he has never been shy about any other skill he brings to the job, so it probably isn’t an accident when he avoids mentioning any ambitions for moral leadership. If he wanted us to know he would provide that service, I think he would have mentioned it by now.

If you already believed President Trump is a racist, his weak statement about Charlottesville seems like confirmation. But if you believe he never offered moral leadership, only equal treatment under the law, that’s what you saw instead. And you made up your own mind about the morality. 

The tricky part here is that any interpretation of what happened could be confirmation bias. But ask yourself which one of these versions sounds less crazy:

1. A sitting president, who is a branding expert, thought it would be a good idea to go easy on murderous Nazis as a way to improve his popularity.


2. The country elected a racist leader who is winking to the KKK and White Supremacists that they have a free pass to start a race war now.


3. A mentally unstable racist clown with conman skills (mostly just lying) eviscerated the Republican primary field and won the presidency. He keeps doing crazy, impulsive racist stuff. But for some reason, the economy is going well, jobs are looking good, North Korea blinked, ISIS is on the ropes, and the Supreme Court got a qualified judge. It was mostly luck.


4. The guy who didn’t offer to be your moral leader didn’t offer any moral leadership, just law and order, applied equally. His critics cleverly and predictably framed it as being soft on Nazis.

One of those narratives is less crazy-sounding than the other. That doesn’t mean the less-crazy one has to be true. But normal stuff happens far more often than crazy stuff. And critics will frame normal stuff as crazy whenever they get a chance.

4. The Oversized Reaction

It would be hard to overreact to a Nazi murder, or to racists marching in the streets with torches. That stuff demands a strong reaction. But if a Republican agrees with you that Nazis are the worst, and you threaten to punch that Republican for not agreeing with you exactly the right way, that might be an oversized reaction. 

5. The Insult without supporting argument

When people have actual reasons for disagreeing with you, they offer those reasons without hesitation. Strangers on social media will cheerfully check your facts, your logic, and your assumptions. But when you start seeing ad hominem attacks that offer no reasons at all, that might be a sign that people in the mass hysteria bubble don’t understand what is wrong with your point of view except that it sounds more sensible than their own. 

For the past two days I have been disavowing Nazis on Twitter. The most common response from the people who agree with me is that my comic strip sucks and I am ugly.

The mass hysteria signals I described here are not settled science, or anything like it. This is only my take on the topic, based on personal observation and years of experience with hypnosis and other forms of persuasion. I present this filter on the situation as the first step in dissolving the mass hysteria. It isn’t enough, but more persuasion is coming. If you are outside the mass hysteria bubble, you might see what I am doing in this blog as a valuable public service. If you are inside the mass hysteria bubble, I look like a Nazi collaborator.

How do I look to you?

I wrote a book about how to persuade yourself to success. Based on reader comments, it is working. 

My upcoming book, Win Bigly, tells you how to persuade others. (For good.) That comes out October 31st.

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FX Chief John Landgraf on Content Bubble: “This Is Simply Too Much Television”

Langraf used the TCA platform to bemoan the challenges of TV’s scripted series proliferation.

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Life In the Bubble – Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band

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The Judgy Bubble

I might be one of the least-judgmental people on Earth. That’s because I see humanity as a bunch of moist robots bumping around according to the laws of physics. My worldview doesn’t include free will as anything but a necessary illusion to keep people sane. I never believe people “choose” to be evil or socially unacceptable.

I say this sort of thing often, and that means people quickly identify me as someone who can hear their deepest secrets without judging. And so I do. And that means my view of the world is far different than your view because I have access to what might be called the “judgy” layer of life. I hear the stuff that judgy people don’t hear. And as a result, I see people as equally “flawed” in terms of how society judges such things. Normal? It isn’t even a thing in my experience.

Now let’s say you are a judgy person. Let’s say you hold the view that there is something called “normal” behavior. Your observations support your world view because people act normally around you. People who know how judgy you are hide their freak flags. And that would form a bubble of misinformation for you to live within. Judgy people experience life as a play that is staffed by actors, not real people. Even your friends and family might be trying to avoid your judgy ways by presenting themselves as phony normals. 

When a judgy person asks what you did over the weekend, you probably stick to the basics and say you mowed your lawn and had a barbecue. But if I ask the same question about your weekend, I might hear exciting stories of drug deals, orgies, and crimes against nature.

I was thinking about this because I know a couple who are the most judgmental people I have ever known. I can’t imagine sharing an honest opinion with them, and I’m sure no one else does either. As a result, the two of them have created a weird bubble of misinformation from which to view the world. For all practical purposes, they exist in a parallel universe where they are “normal” and the rest of the world continues to worsen.

Do people consider you judgy? If so, everything you know about people is probably wrong because people don’t trust you with the truth.


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– And a bike helmet that needs to be made by Apple but isn’t yet.

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Genre: Paranormal

Publish Date: July 3, 2010

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From New York Times And USA Today Bestselling Paranormal Romance Author, HP Mallory, Comes The Jolie Wilkins Series! "H.P. Mallory has a quick wit, a fresh voice, and a clever way with words. If you like Charlaine Harris, you’ll love H.P. Mallory!” ~ Larissa Ione, New York Times Bestselling Vampire Romance Series Author If you like your books steamy (this is a paranormal romance series for adults, not for kids or teens!) and you appreciate a good witch, warlock and vampire romance triangle, read on! FIRE BURN AND CAULDRON BUBBLE is the first book in the Jolie Wilkins series: A self-deprecating witch with the unique ability to reanimate the dead. A dangerously handsome warlock torn between being her boss and her would-be lover. A six hundred year old English vampire with his own agenda; one that includes an appetite for witches. The Underworld in a state of chaos. Let the games begin. Life isn’t bad for psychic Jolie Wilkins. True, she doesn’t have a love life to speak of, but she has a cute house in the suburbs of Los Angeles, a cat and a quirky best friend. Enter Rand Balfour, a sinfully attractive warlock who insists she’s a witch and who just might turn her life upside down. Rand hires her to help him solve a mystery regarding the death of his client who also happens to be a ghost. Jolie not only uncovers the cause of the ghost’s demise but, in the process, she brings him back to life! Word of Jolie’s incredible ability to bring back the dead spreads like wildfire, putting her at the top of the Underworld’s most wanted list. Consequently, she finds herself at the center of a custody battle between a villainous witch, a dangerous but oh-so-sexy vampire, and her warlock boss, Rand. ALSO BY HP MALLORY: THE JOLIE WILKINS SERIES: Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble Toil and Trouble Be Witched (Novella) Witchful Thinking The Witch Is Back Something Witchy This Way Comes THE DULCIE O’NEIL SERIES: To Kill A Warlock A Tale Of Two Goblins Great Hexpectations Wuthering Frights Malice In Wonderland For Whom The Spell Tolls Eleven Snipers Sniping (Short Story) THE LILY HARPER SERIES: Better Off Dead The Underground City THE PEYTON CLARK SERIES: Ghouls Rush In Once Haunted, Twice Shy THE BRYN AND SINJIN SERIES: Sinjin

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Emma Roberts Will Make You Terrified Of Bubble Gum In ‘Scream Queens’ Teaser

Stories about gum staying in your stomach for seven years are the least of your worries.

In a new teaser for Fox’s “Scream Queens,” Emma Roberts reveals that her gum holds a scary surprise. It’s safe to say that after this you might be taking a pass on the Bubblicious for a while.

Roberts, who has previously worked with show creator Ryan Murphy on “American Horror Story,” also posted a still from the video to Instagram in honor of its debut:

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