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  2. Brock Lesnar could have chosen a better time. This was not it.
  3. Good. Too bad he wasn't suspended. Some of his behavior is horrible. He shouldn't be threatening women or calling them derogatory names.
  4. Even as tired as I am, I could see that. He's very bad at lying.
  5. Casey, you're being alot kinder than I would have been. I would have had no problem showing that man's name attached to those DMs. But rules are rules here. Got to respect them.
  6. Buffy

    Fave sports?

    Hockey. It doesn't matter who is playing. It is always fun to watch.
  7. Buffy

    Fave sports?

    Hockey. It doesn't matter who is playing. It is always fun to watch.
  8. This idea is being discussed, but as to the approach, still yet to be decided.
  9. Goonies.
  10. Goonies.
  11. It's 9:48pm in California.
  12. It's 9:48pm in California.
  13. Something is definitely wrong with him. I saw a threat he made to someone a few days ago and reported it. Just now I hear back. I don't understand why he will be overly sweet to some, but terrible to others. But I am sure he will have an excuse for that. His type (trolls/bullies) always do.
  14. Seth Rollins (c) vs. Brock Lesnar Match Type: Singles match for the WWE Universal Championship WINNER: Brock Lesnar
  15. Seth Rollins (c) & Becky Lynch (c) vs. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans Match Type: Last Chance Winners Take All mixed tag team Extreme Rules match for both the WWE Universal Championship and WWE RAW Women's Championship WINNER: Seth Rollins & Becky Lynch
  16. Kofi Kingstion (c) vs. Samoa Joe Match Type: Singles match for the WWE Championship WINNER: Kofi Kingston
  17. Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler Match Type: Singles match WINNER: Kevin Owens
  18. Ricochet (c) vs. AJ Styles Match Type: Singles match for the WWE United States Championship WINNER: AJ Styles
  19. Eastern North Pacific Tropical Weather Discussion {2030 UTC Sun Jul 14 2019} 000 AXPZ20 KNHC 142040 TWDEP Tropical Weather Discussion NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 2030 UTC Sun Jul 14 2019 Tropical Weather Discussion for the eastern Pacific Ocean from the Equator to 32N, east of 140W. The following information is based on satellite imagery, weather observations, radar, and meteorological analysis. Based on 1800 UTC surface analysis and satellite imagery through 2040 UTC. ...TROPICAL WAVES... The axis of a tropical wave across the western Caribbean extends southward into the eastern Pacific near 83W. Scattered moderate and isolated strong convection is noted from 10N to 10N E of 86W. The axis of a tropical wave is near 93W, moving westward around 10-15 kt. Scattered moderate convection is noted from 08N to 12N between 90W and 93W. ...INTERTROPICAL CONVERGENCE ZONE/MONSOON TROUGH... The monsoon trough extends from 08N78W to 07.583w to 12N108W to 08N130W. The ITCZ continues from 08N130W to 08N140W. Scattered moderate isolated strong convection is noted from 08N to 14N between 99W and 104W. Scattered moderate convection is noted within 90 nm S of the monsoon trough between 106W and 130W. Scattered maturate convection is noted within 90 nm S of the ITCZ between 130W and 134W. OFFSHORE WATERS WITHIN 250 NM OF MEXICO... A weak pressure pattern prevails over the forecast waters. This afternoon's scatterometer pass indicates light and variable winds prevail across the forecast waters. Southerly swell continues to impact the southern portion of the forecast area, with seas in the 6-7 ft range S of 20N. Seas in the 5-6 ft range prevail N of 20N, and 1-3 ft over the Gulf of California. The southerly swell will gradually subside over the next couple of days. A low pressure trough along Baja California will deepen on Tue and support strengthening SE flow over the Gulf of California through mid week. Expect fresh to strong winds over the northern and central Gulf and moderate winds across the southern portion, with winds peaking Tue night into Wed. Northerly swell will propagate into the waters off Baja California Norte, with seas in the 6-8 ft range Tue and Wed before subsiding. OFFSHORE WATERS WITHIN 250 NM OF CENTRAL AMERICA, COLOMBIA, AND WITHIN 750 NM OF ECUADOR... The monsoon trough is positioned along 08N-09N across the Central American offshore waters. Latest scatterometer pass indicates moderate to fresh SW flow south of the trough, and moderate to fresh NE winds N of the monsoon trough. Winds will pulse to fresh to strong across the Gulf of Papagayo during the overnight hours through the forecast period. Winds will diminish S of the monsoon trough early next week. SW swell continues to impact the forecast waters, with seas in the 6-8 ft range prevailing. Seas will gradually subside early next week and fall below 8 ft by Mon night. REMAINDER OF THE AREA... Winds associated to Post-Tropical Cyclone Four-E have diminished to 20 kt or less, with seas falling below 8 ft. High pressure is centered N of the forecast area near 32N137W. The pressure gradient between the area of high pressure and lower pressure in the vicinity of the ITCZ is supporting moderate to fresh tradewinds N of the ITCZ to 20N and west of 130W. Seas over this area are in the 7-8 ft range. Gentle to moderate winds prevail elsewhere N of the monsoon trough. Moderate to fresh winds prevail S of the monsoon trough. Long period S to SW swell remains across much of the southern waters. The latest altimeter data indicates 7-9 ft seas cover much of the area south of 10N and east of 120W. Seas will gradually subside through the early part of the week. $$ AL
  20. Eastern North Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook {500 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2019} 418 ABPZ20 KNHC 142314 TWOEP Tropical Weather Outlook NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 500 PM PDT Sun Jul 14 2019 For the eastern North Pacific...east of 140 degrees west longitude: An area of low pressure is likely to form several hundred miles south of the southern coast of Mexico in a few days. Conditions appear favorable for some development of this system late this week while it moves westward to west-northwestward at 10 to 15 mph. * Formation chance through 48 hours...low...near 0 percent. * Formation chance through 5 days...low...20 percent. $$ Forecaster Blake
  21. Central North Pacific Tropical Weather Outlook {200 PM HST Sun Jul 14 2019} 354 ACPN50 PHFO 142347 TWOCP Tropical Weather Outlook NWS Central Pacific Hurricane Center Honolulu HI 200 PM HST Sun Jul 14 2019 For the central North Pacific...between 140W and 180W: No tropical cyclones are expected during the next 5 days. $$ Forecaster TS
  22. Atlantic Tropical Weather Discussion {805 PM EDT Sun Jul 14 2019} 000 AXNT20 KNHC 150005 TWDAT Tropical Weather Discussion NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 805 PM EDT Sun Jul 14 2019 Tropical Weather Discussion for North America, Central America Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, northern sections of South America, and Atlantic Ocean to the African coast from the Equator to 32N. The following information is based on satellite imagery, weather observations, radar and meteorological analysis. Based on 1800 UTC surface analysis and satellite imagery through 2350 UTC. ...SPECIAL FEATURES... The center of Tropical Depression BARRY is near 32.8N 93.6W at 14/2100 UTC. BARRY is moving toward the N, or 360 degrees, 8 knots. The estimated minimum central pressure is 1008 mb. The maximum sustained wind speeds are 30 knots with gusts to 40 knots. Scattered to numerous strong rainshowers are in the coastal waters and coastal plains of Texas from 27N to 29N between 94W and 97W, roughly from the middle Texas Gulf coast northward toward the Upper Texas Gulf coast. Other rainshowers are possible to the NW of the line that runs from the Florida Big Bend along 84W to the coast of Mexico near 23N98W. Public Advisories for BARRY are available under the WMO header WTNT32 KNHC and the AWIPS header MIATCPAT2. The FORECAST/ADVISORIES for BARRY are available under the WMO header WTNT22 KNHC and the AWIPS header MIATCMAT2. Please, see www.hurricanes.gov for more details also. ...TROPICAL WAVES... An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 31W from 16N southward. Any nearby precipitation is related to the ITCZ. An Atlantic Ocean tropical wave is along 54W/56W from 23N southward. Rainshowers are possible from 14N to 20N between 50W and 60W. ITCZ-related precipitation is from 10N to 14N between 50W and 60W. A Caribbean Sea tropical wave is along 73W/74W from Haiti southward. Isolated moderate to locally strong rainshowers are from 16N to 21N between western Puerto Rico and the Mona Passage. A Caribbean Sea tropical wave is along 82W/83W from 19N southward. This tropical wave is moving through the area of an upper level inverted trough. The trough extends from NW Cuba beyond the Gulf of Honduras. Isolated moderate rainshowers are from 15N northward from 80W westward, in the NW corner of the Caribbean Sea. ...MONSOON TROUGH/ITCZ... The monsoon trough passes through the coastal sections of Senegal near 14N17W to 08N30W 08N38W and 08N42W. The ITCZ continues from 08N42W to 11N50W, and to 10N55W. Widely scattered moderate to isolated strong rainshowers are from 10N to 14N between 56W and 64W. Isolated moderate rainshowers are from 11N southward between 10W and 45W, and from 10N to 14N between 50W and 56W GULF OF MEXICO... Tropical Depression BARRY is inland, in south central coastal Louisiana. A surface ridge extends from the NE corner of the Gulf of Mexico to the Yucatan Peninsula. Broad upper level anticyclonic wind flow spans the entire Gulf of Mexico. Tropical Depression Barry near 32.8N 93.6W 1008 mb at 5 PM EDT moving N at 8 kt. Maximum sustained winds 30 kt gusts 40 kt. Barry will move to 33.9N 93.6W tonight, then become post- tropical near 35.3N 93.5W Mon afternoon, to 36.8N 92.8W on Tuesday morning, and to 38.2N 91.4W on Tuesday afternoon, and dissipate on Wednesday in Missouri. The wind speeds will diminish, and the sea heights will subside across the basin through early Monday, in the wake of BARRY, and as high pressure builds westward across the basin. CARIBBEAN SEA... Upper level cyclonic wind flow covers the NW corner of the Caribbean Sea, with an inverted trough that runs from NW Cuba beyond the Gulf of Honduras. Isolated moderate rainshowers are from 15N northward from 80W westward, in the NW corner of the Caribbean Sea. The monsoon trough extends from 10N73W near the Colombia/ Venezuela border, to 08N81W in the southern part of Panama, beyond 08N85W, into the eastern Pacific Ocean. Scattered to numerous strong rainshowers are from 06N to 11N between 80W and 83W, in the SW corner of the Caribbean Sea. Scattered moderate to strong rainshowers are in Colombia from 09N to 10N between 74W and the coast. High pressure N of the area will support fresh to strong trade winds in the S central Caribbean Sea for the entire forecast period. The winds will be fresh to occasionally strong in the Gulf of Honduras. A tropical wave that is near 86W will cross into Central America tonight. A second tropical wave that is along 74W will reach the western Caribbean Sea by Monday night. The next tropical wave will reach the tropical N Atlantic Ocean tonight, the eastern Caribbean Sea on Monday, and the central Caribbean Sea from Tuesday into Wednesday. A surge of fresh to strong winds and building seas will accompany the wave that will be in the tropical N Atlantic Ocean and the eastern Caribbean Sea. ATLANTIC OCEAN... An upper level cyclonic wind flow covers the Atlantic Ocean to the NW of the line that passes through 31N47W to 22N60W to 20N70W. One surface trough is along 29N47W 26N48W 24N49W. The southernmost point of a dissipating stationary front is 32N59W. A dissipating stationary front continues from 32N59W to 29N56W and 27N60W. A second surface trough is along 30N63W 26N70W, to 23N74W in the Bahamas. Isolated moderate rainshowers are to the NW of the line that passes through 32N50W to 26N60W to SE Cuba. A trough, from 27N66W to 21N73W, will move W across the waters S of 28N through early Tuesday, when it will reach the Florida Peninsula. A second trough will move W of 65W by Wednesday, weakening as it approaches the Bahamas through Thursday. High pressure will dominate the region through the next several days, bringing gentle to moderate breezes, except N of Hispaniola, where fresh to strong trade winds will pulse during the evening hours. For additional information please visit http://www.hurricanes.gov/marine $$ mt
  23. Atlantic Tropical Weather Outlook {800 PM EDT Sun Jul 14 2019} 000 ABNT20 KNHC 142315 TWOAT Tropical Weather Outlook NWS National Hurricane Center Miami FL 800 PM EDT Sun Jul 14 2019 For the North Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: The National Hurricane Center has issued its last advisory on Tropical Depression Barry, located inland near the Louisiana-Arkansas border. Future information on this system will be contained in public advisories issued by the NOAA Weather Prediction Center beginning at 10 PM CDT. Tropical cyclone formation is not expected during the next 5 days. && Public advisories on Tropical Depression Barry from the Weather Prediction Center will be under AWIPS header TCPAT2, WMO header WTNT32 KWNH, and on the web at http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov $$ Forecaster Pasch
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