NFL at odds with GMs on April draft, sources say

The NFL plans to stick with April 23-25 for this year’s draft despite a GM subcommittee recommendation that it be moved back, sources say. – NFL

Episode 816 Scott Adams: Bloomberg’s Odds, Mayor Pete’s Military Service, Types of Nationalists, Nuclear Families

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  • Mike Bloomberg “stop and frisk” comments in 2015 audio
  • Democrat parties future if they pick Bernie
    • What if they don’t pick Bernie?
  • Pete Buttigieg’s military service
  • Coronavirus and coincidences
    • Trucks with disinfectant spray cannons in China

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Episode 815 Scott Adams: Odds of Coronavirus Being a Bio Weapon, AOC Primaries Schumer? Dog-Faced Pony Soldiers

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  • Biden’s “lying dog-faced pony soldier” reply
  • The contrast play, a President Trump favorite
  • Will AOC primary Chuck Schumer? Would she win?
  • AOC mixes up names of two famous economists
  • Chinese Ambassador doesn’t deny coronavirus is bio-weapon
  • Whiteboard: Coronavirus facts and suspicions

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Likely to Cry After Sentencing, According to Betting Odds

Tekashi 6ix9ine’s in for a very emotional day when he finally learns his fate in his federal racketeering case, but odds are no matter what happens … he’ll cry about it. The folks at have released the betting lines for the…


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Episode 566 Scott Adams: Who Will Win Democrat Debates, Odds of War With Iran, Foreign Influence


  • President Trump is schooling America on how to be smart
    • Russian citizen offers you information, what’s your objective?
  • Iran should “trust their God” and allow their people internet access
  • MAJOR healthcare news…and it wasn’t reported by ANY network
  • Mexico can’t admit the cartels control their northern border area
    • Mexico can’t do anything about the cartels
  • Comparing social media traffic across platforms…topic related censoring?
  • Democrat debates:
    • Who is capable of breaking out as a star?
    • Who will see their poll numbers drop after the debates
  • “Poortown” concept for cheap water, cheap energy, improved homes
    • New standards to improve quality of life

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The Odds – Bob Giordano

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The Odds

Bob Giordano

Genre: Horror

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Release Date: June 4, 2019

A young woman enterers a warehouse type facility. Another man enters the room and sits at a table opposite her. We learn that she has entered a game, and the man is the facilitator of the game. She is competing against unseen players in distant locations, the winner to receive one million dollars. To win, she must have a high threshold for pain, as she is subjected to a different torture technique each round. The facilitator is in communication with the game leaders through a Bluetooth earpiece. Once three players drop out each round is over. We learn that the final round involves a game of Russian roulette, and once you reach that round there is no backing out. This ultimately leads her to question herself, her motivations, the man across from her, and even the game itself.

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As We Fall: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller: Against All Odds, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Jack Hunt

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As We Fall: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Thriller: Against All Odds, Book 1 (Unabridged)

Jack Hunt

Genre: Sci Fi & Fantasy

Price: $ 17.99

Publish Date: September 27, 2018

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Brady exults, says Pats overcame stacked odds

Tom Brady, despite his long list of once-in-a-generation accolades, had the look of a kid in a candy store after Sunday’s AFC title game win. Afterward, he attributed his emotions to the adversity New England conquered this season. – NFL

Defying the odds – Freya Ridings overcame dyslexia to write her own music

The up-and-coming singer-songwriter, currently on tour in the US, won fans with her UK music charts debut, “Lost Without You” which peaked at no.9. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

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NBA draft lottery: Likely picks, odds and stakes for every team

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Power Rankings: No. 1 Vegas continues to defy odds

The trade deadline looms, and with so many teams still in the hunt — especially in the uber-competitive Central and Metro divisions — we may see more buyers than usual. Will the Golden Knights be among them? Here’s the lowdown on where each team stands. – NHL

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Super Soil Reduces the Odds of You Starving to Death in Retirement

As you know, people are not saving enough for retirement. Not even close. So in order to survive, we probably need to reduce the cost of retirement living. That brings me to a company called Click and Grow

Note: I am about to make a tiny investment in this company, primarily for social reasons. I think their technology has the potential to change the world. I am giving it some attention because that’s probably all they need. This is not investment advice.

Click and Grow makes a nanomaterial soil that is optimized for growing. It already works for their counter-top herb-growing device that you will see on the site. I tried it at home, after meeting the founder, and sure enough, several herbs grew quickly and perfectly with no effort on my part. Just add water once to its little reservoir.

The nanomaterial in the soil is engineered for each type of plant. It has the right nutrient levels and it controls moisture automatically because of its physical structure, so you don’t need to worry about any of that.

But does this consumer product scale up to farm size?

The company is moving forward on testing some small indoor-farm set-ups. The initial estimates are that this method of growing will reduce costs by 70-80% compared to hydroponics and aerponics. The savings come from reducing complexity. With Click and Grow, all you need is the soil, seed, and water. And you don’t need to try hard to get the watering right because the soil does that for you. 

Compare that simple model to this diagram of aerponics or this page of hydroponic operations. The farmer doesn’t want that level of complexity or cost.

The nanosoil will be completely biodegradable in the upcoming version. (Current version is 98% biodegradable.) The only downside is that you have to trade out the soil after using it. I suggested to the founder that they look into using it as a base for concrete or maybe using it as kitty litter. So that part hasn’t been fully worked out for large-scale farming, but it seems doable. Obviously that cuts into the economics. 

The company is focusing on testing commercial farm operations, but a back-of-envelope estimate by the founder is that a vertical garden (floor to ceiling) about the size of a kitchen table, with several levels up, might feed a typical family. The rapid growing speed compensates for the lack of space, and there is no farming skill needed. 

if you have any great ideas on how to reuse or easily replace a lot of nanosoil in pots, please put that in the comments. At the risk of exaggerating, coming up with that solution here could save a billion lives someday. If climate change makes outdoor farming less economical, we will need an indoor option ready to go.

Any ideas?

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Odds of a Kanye West Presidency: 90%

This morning I was catching up on some drawing while watching a rebroadcast of the VMAs (Video Music Awards). I was vaguely aware that Kanye West had given some sort of overlong, rambling speech and this was a chance to score it for you on the Master Wizard linguistic scale.

I have very bad news for all of you Kanye haters. 

He’s the real deal. 

If you are following my Trump Persuasion Series in this blog, you know I like to make predictions through what I call the Master Wizard Filter. This hypothesis says that at any point in time there are a small number of linguistic geniuses that shape human history, and they are generally hiding in plain sight. 

The linguistic wizards – should such hypothetical creatures exist – use the science of persuasion to shape opinions of those around them and sometimes the public at large. (In the old days it was less about science, obviously, and probably more about trying different things, observing what worked, and maybe sharing methods.)

My opinion as a trained hypnotist is that if such linguistic wizards exist, Kanye West is already near the top of that list. I watched his “overlong, rambling” speech for persuasion technique and find it to be a masterpiece. Literally. It might be his finest work, and I’m saying that as a fan of his music. The “If I had a daughter” part was pure open-ended linguistic genius. And it set the chess board for his run to the White House. You probably doubt he has real intentions to run for president in 2020.

It is his intention. 

No doubt about it. 

There was too much engineering in that speech to suggest any other motive.

Did you hate Kanye for his awkward and inappropriate act of idiocy with Taylor Swift a few years ago? You probably did have a strong negative reaction. Did you hate him for being an egomaniac at the VMAs this year? If you watched it, you probably did.

You probably think Kanye has a disgustingly big ego, a blinding ambition, and often he is TOO honest. Just shut up already, Kanye!

I just described Donald Trump’s personality and lifetime game plan. Kanye West is on the same glide path. It looks like this:

Success…success…success…marry a publicity magnet…big ego…publicity stunts and loud mouth attract attention…a genius-level linguistic skill disguised in simple language of the people…and starting young for the presidency.

Will Kanye win the presidency in 2020? Doubtful, but he will get more famous. 

Will Kanye win the presidency in 2024? Doubtful, but he will get more famous. 

Will Kanye win the presidency in 2028? Doubtful, but he will get more famous. 

How about 2032? 

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you President West.

I could be wrong. Remember, this blog is for entertainment. Any enlightenment is accidental. I promised I would give you some predictions based on the Master Wizard Hypothesis, and this is one of them. (I will try to keep most predictions to shorter terms.)

And yes, I’m serious. Kanye West has the skills. You are already underestimating him. That’s why it will work. He will exceed expectations while competing against people who can only meet or disappoint. And he will make you believe he is the only honest, caring person in the race.

His chess board doesn’t look bad at all. And if he wins, the media will report that 2032 was one of those years the public just needed an “outsider.”

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Living by the Odds

I like to live my life by the odds. 

For example, I don’t often ride a bicycle because the risk of injury is high while the enjoyment can be matched by safer activities. For most of my sporting life I played tennis because it offers a good exercise-to-injury ratio. Even distance running is less safe.

As a result of my safety bias, and luck too, I have never had a sporting injury of any major consequence. Today, I really, really want to own a motorcycle. But I don’t like the odds. So I don’t.

When I was young, my mother brainwashed me on the importance of education for escaping my low-income life. I was taught that paying attention in class and doing all of my homework would be enough to make my life better, and I’m sure it did. Authority figures told me what I needed to do to improve my odds, and in nearly every case I did exactly that.

I also follow the odds with diet and fitness. That was problematic in my youth because a lot of what I learned about diet and exercise as a kid was completely wrong. I followed all the good advice of the time and found it challenging to keep weight off. Today I follow the scientific guidelines for diet and exercise – which are probably a lot better than in the past – and my results are shocking. I’m in the best shape of my life, by far, as I cruise into my senior citizen years, and I use nothing like “willpower” to get it done. I did not see that coming.

Career-wise, I also pursued the odds as I saw them. But here things get complicated with my “white male privilege” which clearly helped as well. So I won’t compare my situation to anyone else’s except to say that whatever your starting point is, playing the odds probably helps.

For my career, I consciously played the odds in the following simple ways:

1. Upon graduating college I moved from Windham NY, population 2,000, to San Francisco to improve my career odds. An ex-girlfriend lived in San Francisco but I had no other ties there.

2. I took an entry-level job (teller) at Crocker Bank because at the time they were the technology leader in banking and a big deal in California. I went where the energy and money was. I figured I could work my way up from the bottom and learn along the way.

3. I was agnostic about what types of jobs I did so long as they taught me something that improved my odds for something better, no matter what that better thing was. I saw my corporate days as a practical education for whatever I would later do on my own.

4. I took advantage of every free educational offering from my company. When my employer offered to pay for any kind of useful class, I signed up. The bank even paid for most of my MBA classes at Berkeley while I went to school at night. And they paid for me to take the Dale Carnegie course to become an accomplished speaker. The learning opportunities were incredible.

I was not only becoming smarter and more capable in a general way, but many of the skill combinations made me unique in a financially valuable way. For example, I worked in the bank during the dawn of the personal computing era, and I was among the first to learn how to use an IBM PC (on my own time). As quaint as this sounds in retrospect, few bankers were technologically savvy, and since I was, I stood out. It helped on a few promotions for sure.

5. I stayed single and child-free, intentionally, to keep my mobility high during my important early career days. Staying out of jail helped too.

6. I took LOTS of risks with side projects that I hoped would grow into something good. But in each case the risk was one of embarrassment, lost sleep, and wasted time. If one thing did not work out, I would simply move to the next. Dilbert was my first side project that worked.

Most of you would see the success of Dilbert as good luck. And it was. But financially it was probably bad luck because I was a young, ambitious, white, highly-educated man with an entrepreneurial personality living on the edge of Silicon Valley. My best guess is that if cartooning had not worked out, I would have cashed out of a few start-ups by now and would be far richer.

There is little about my story that could be directly applied to a young person today. For example, I doubt you could become a bank teller today and afford to rent a windowless bedroom in San Francisco, as I did. My story is about following the odds, not creating a template that anyone else can follow.

My question to you today is simple. Do you know anyone who played the odds the way I did (with their own variations, in their own time) and found that life did not work out well?

Obviously people have health issues and tragedies that are beyond their control. But I can’t think of anyone in my experience who followed the odds and got a bad result unless they got hit by a car or some other random tragedy visited.

Is there anyone reading this blog who was as dedicated to following the odds as I was and yet things did not work out for you? 


Bonus Thought: My sister told me a story the other day. She graduated high school as Valedictorian and planned to become a scientist until an authority figure in her life informed her that “science isn’t a job.” So she got a major in art and became a teacher. Because science isn’t a fucking job? (The authority figure did not say “for a woman” but I think it was implied.)

This brings us to the question of why more girls do not pursue science and technology jobs. The solution probably involves a thousand small steps, but one of those steps might include the games kids play. See Tamra Teig’s sportlight on a start-up called Build and Imagine and how they plan to make better games for girls. I don’t know if this will make a difference, but it can’t hurt.

Note: I am not an investor in the start-up mentioned but I like to put a spotlight on Berkeley-related start-ups that are doing something good.

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Playing the Odds: The MacGregors, Book 1 (Unabridged) – Nora Roberts

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Playing the Odds: The MacGregors, Book 1 (Unabridged)

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Genre: Romance

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Publish Date: March 17, 2015

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Robin Williams Family At Odds Over Late Actor’s Estate

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Have you managed to line up a first date with a new girl and are getting ready for it? There is no guarantee that a second date will happen, but the process starts during the first one. So what can you do that will ensure that your first date with the girl you like won’t be the last?
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The Best Revenge If You’re At Odds With An Ex

Winston is confronted by his soon-to-be ex-wife, his ex-wife, and the woman who claims he was engaged to her. After hearing the women express their anger, Dr. Phil offers some words of wisdom about love:

“Winston, you know the best predictor of future behavior is relevant past behavior, and you don’t have a great relationship track record,” Dr. Phil tells him. “I suspect that you have a difficult time with intimacy. There is a huge difference between falling in love and being in love. A lot of people love falling in love, because it’s exciting. There are fireworks, there’s that exhilaration of falling in love. And being in love is more predictable, there’s sameness, there’s a rhythm to it. It’s not worse; it’s just different. I don’t know about you but I know this: You don’t stay. For whatever reason, you’re not there long term. And the point is you don’t have to be in a relationship to be OK. I’ve said a million times, I’d rather be healthy alone than sick with someone else.”

Dr. Phil advises anyone struggling with when to fight and when to move on from their ex: “If you think for a minute that you’re going to undo pain and hurt by getting a pound of flesh through the litigation arena, that’s not going to happen. The best revenge is living well.”

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Can A Mother And Daughter At Odds For Decades Bury The Hatchet? (VIDEO)

Amber, 24, is still mad at her mother for years of what she calls verbal, emotional and physical attacks. Her mom, Julie, says she’s never laid a hand on her daughter — except in self-defense.

Julie admits that one time when her kids didn’t do their chores, she got so upset that she started throwing dishes. But, she explains, “After that one incident, I was never physical with my children.”

Amber also criticizes her mom for making her feel inadequate, and for giving more affection to her siblings. “My mom constantly nitpicked every detail of my life,” says Amber, who is now married and a mom. “I don’t remember my mom ever complimenting me for any of my achievements.”

Julie sees it differently. “I had to be hyper-vigilant so she didn’t spin out of control,” she says about her daughter. “Amber is always the victim and she always makes me out to the be the bitch,” she adds.

“Our relationship is extremely toxic and at this point, I don’t want her in my life,” says Amber. “It’s been 15 years of crap, and I’m fed up.”

Turning to Dr. Phil for help, Julie says, “At this point, I don’t even care if I’m thrown under the bus. I just want to quit this stupid cycle of madness.”

Watch the video above as each woman shares her point of view, and see how Dr. Phil suggests they can bury the hatchet.

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Do Open Networks Boost Your Odds of Success?

Every time I hear of a study suggesting that doing (whatever) is important for success, I ask myself if the authors interpreted the correlations correctly.

And I rarely think they did.

Take for example this recent article describing how people with “open networks” are far more successful than those with “closed networks.” In this context, it means that the more new ideas you are exposed to, the more likely you are a success.

That interpretation makes perfect sense to me. Seeing lots of new ideas is probably a good thing in most situations.

But another interpretation is that the folks with the personalities and resources to succeed are more likely to also have open networks. It doesn’t necessarily mean one causes the other. 

The good people manufacturing mature products, such as concrete, probably don’t see many new ideas. And I would guess they don’t attract the world’s most ambitious and talented employees to their industry because the upside potential feels limited. 

My ambitious personality ruled out any field with no upside potential. So I cartoon, write, and work on my Internet start-up. Each of those career choices benefit from open networks and a high flow of new ideas. I choose my projects for their upside potential; the open networks just come with the deal.

To be fair, the article says open networks “predict” success as opposed to causing it. (“Predict” sounds like language used by the people doing the studies and it does not assume causation.) But the article hints at causation because it treats the correlation as important.

My observation is that smart people tend to gravitate toward jobs that have a lot of new ideas swirling around. When smart people succeed at higher rates than others, do we need to drill too deeply to understand why?

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Twin Brothers At Odds After One Slims Down (VIDEO)

Charles, who weighs 605 pounds, says he’s desperate to lose weight — but that the person who should be helping him most, his twin brother, Adam, is weighing him down. “In the last year or so, Adam has started to lose weight, and he’s really becoming an arrogant *,” says Charles. “Since he’s lost the weight, he’s started taking more jabs at me about my weight, like ‘Hey, fast ass, can you get up on your own?’ He’s become one of those kids who made fun of us growing up.”

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Adam, who’s down to 449 pounds, says, “I’m pissed off my brother doesn’t do anything about his weight … He doesn’t work out. He doesn’t try to eat right. It’s like he’s just given up. He just sits around and constantly overeats.” Adam is concerned about his brother’s health and blames him for being selfish when his wife and son need him. He laments, “He’s just lazy. He needs to get up off his ass before he dies.”

The Worst Things To Say To Someone Trying To Lose Weight

Watch the video above as Dr. Phil steps in to mediate, and see how Dr. Phil, author of The 20/20 Diet: Turn Your Weight Loss Vision Into Reality, 20 Key Foods to Help You Succeed Where Other Diets Fail, offers to help both brothers get healthy using the tools in his new book. Find out more here.

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Larry David Says ‘Odds Are Against’ A New Season Of ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’

Another season would be pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.

People who don’t watch “Curb Your Enthusiasm” are probably thankful that the show is over and their “Curb” fan friends have to stop recommending it in that annoying way friends do. (“You HAVEN’T seen it?”)

On Wednesday, “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “Seinfeld” creator Larry David told Howard Stern that he would love to do another season of his fully improvised HBO comedy series, but that it’s not likely to happen. David has maintained that he’s on board for more seasons. “I’m so attached to the show that I can’t bring myself to say that there won’t be [another season],” David told Stern. “I would say the odds are against it.”

David, who began his career as a comedian, went on to talk about his early standup experiences — bombing, dealing with audiences, knowing the very strange Andy Kaufman:

David discussed being a writer on “Saturday Night Live,” and how he once got so fed up with his sketches being cut that he walked off five minutes before air time yelling at “SNL” executive producer Dick Ebersol. A day later, he showed up to work as if nothing had happened which, he told Stern, inspired a future “Seinfeld” episode:

The future of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” is uncertain, but David is busy enough preparing his new Broadway play, “Fish in the Dark.” The comedy, starring and written by David, opens March 5.
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