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John S. Nash
"Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations." Battle Cry: Not the face!
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John S. Nash 4m
Stoneky does a really good summary of the Covid trends every week.
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Lyman Stone 石來民 2h
Replying to @lymanstoneky
This tweet I said 400,000 more respiratory deaths. That was incorrect on review. The correct number is 370,000.
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John S. Nash 1h
For those who watched our most recent Show Money you may recall how I said many people in antitrust viewed DOJ antitrust div head Delrahim as a corrupt figure.
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John S. Nash 13h
"But this is the bind that boxers find themselves in, they have a very limited window in which to earn" The problem all prizefighters face: they have short careers and the entities they have to negotiate are repeat players that can always afford to wait.
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John S. Nash 16h
Replying to @VicMRodriguez
Man, Anitfa & BLM really dodged a bullet there.
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John S. Nash 18h
The third segment is the best on low wage workers income growth
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John S. Nash 20h
This reminds me of when Baron Mordo sold his soul to multiple demons to fight Dr. Strange. Since they weren't willing to split it none of them could collect on it.
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Jason Cruz 20h
From Iole’s article, looks like Manny isn’t managed by Paradigm any more (if he ever really was)
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John S. Nash 21h
Not as a manager per se but as an advisor or some sort of non promoter relationship. They had a press release for it.
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John S. Nash 21h
New paper makes the case that a large part of the shift of the median white southern voters from Democrat to Republican was due to NAFTA
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John S. Nash 22h
Showtime’s Charlo Brothers doubleheader should be the standard for boxing pay-per-views via
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John S. Nash 23h
Replying to @jonatanram88
Not really. He could try the tactic I wrote about before but it's just easier to work with the UFC, who are probably for it as long as they get their sizable cut. Plus a lot of those Ali Act protections are lost if everything takes place outside the US.
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John S. Nash 23h
"The economists traced this not only to the rising number of deaths from suicide, drug overdose and alcoholism but to deep and widening inequalities within modern capitalism, which they argue is no longer delivering for the working-classes"
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John S. Nash 23h
Replying to @jasonjireland1
He was but left after his deal with PBC ran out, likely because they no longer wanted to meet his $20mil + minimum anymore. Guess he signed with Attar with the express goal of getting this fight made.
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John S. Nash 23h
Pacquiao vs McGregor makes a lot of sense for Zuffa Boxing and (more importantly) Endeavor. Pretty much nothing else in boxing does for them since they want 30% or better margins not 10% or less.
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SimpsonsQOTD 23h
"Have you been up all night eating cheese?" "I think I'm blind."
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John S. Nash Sep 25
"If you want to know if it was economic anxiety or racism that generated 2016's outcomes the answer is yes. It was both." Really good interview with Nate Kelly that goes reinforces Let Them Eat Tweets & The Tyranny of Merit
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John S. Nash Sep 25
Replying to @knockout_ned47
The even scarier possibility is they have so much data on you that even without the Spotify data they were able to predict you would get into Punk.
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