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« Last post by panxing18 on Today at 08:45:18 PM »
In this corner Womens Tramon Williams Jersey , cornerback Tramon Williams.There are times when the Green Bay Packers veteran feels like he should be wearing a pair of boxing gloves instead of a helmet and shoulder pads.Football has worked out just fine, though, for Williams. But as he has aged, Williams has carved out more time to get into the ring.Boxing workouts are increasingly part of the 35-year-old Williams' offseason routine, a regimen that he says helps him keep in shape and ready to go once training camp starts."I feel like I missed my calling, you know what I'm saying," Williams said with a laugh. "I've been doing this since, I don't know — boxing has been a habit since I was young, like before a teenager."He might be the elder statesman in the cornerback room, but Williams looks like someone just a couple years out of college. His 12th NFL season begins on Sunday night Womens Jimmy Graham Jersey , when the Packers host the Chicago Bears."That's a tribute to him, to how he's taken care of his body," said first-year defensive coordinator and former Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine."He's the ultimate professional. He's very aware of what he puts into his body and his workout regimen."The Packers signed Williams as a free agent in the offseason for his second stint with the team. Part of what made Williams a good fit to return was his familiarity with Pettine's scheme while playing for the Browns.In Green Bay, Williams provides leadership to a position group that will prominently feature the team's two draft picks, rookies Jaire Alexander and Josh Jackson, as well as 2017 second-round pick Kevin King. Williams tells the younger players to study film and prepare for the opponent."He leads by example," said Alexander, a first-round pick out of Louisville.Williams can still come up with a big play too. His 32 career interceptions are tied for fifth among active NFL players.He returned an interception 25 yards for a touchdown on the first play from scrimmage in Green Bay's second preseason game, a 51-34 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers."You know what's funny, that's my first pick-six in Lambeau. I wasn't even thinking that Authentic Randall Cobb Jersey ," Williams said .Undrafted out of Louisiana Tech in 2006, Williams was released by Houston after training camp during his rookie year before joining the Packers' practice squad for the final five weeks of the season.He impressed in camp enough the following year to land on Green Bay's 53-man roster. He finished that season as the team's third cornerback and top kick returner.Williams was a key player on the Packers team that won the Super Bowl in the 2010 season . His first stint in Titletown lasted nine seasons and 127 games, including 99 starts and 28 interceptions. He left Green Bay following the 2014 season, going to Cleveland for two years before playing last season in Arizona."I've learned a lot over the past few years from being gone and being in different situations," Williams said. "I've grown from them, and I tried to bring it back here to the young guys and to this team and try to play my part."Williams has tweaked his offseason routine to keep things fresh. First off, he's spending more time away from football - now a two-month break - after the season ends.Boxing has helped fill that void."Pays off great ... My conditioning is up, first of all. Conditioning for boxing as you know is a totally different kind of conditioning. If you're not used to it, man it will get to you," Williams said.The pace in the NFL involves intense busts of physical activity for about a minute http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/nick-perry-jersey , followed by a break of another minute or so. Keep repeating for an entire drive.It helps with footwork, too, which is another important skill for cornerbacks to learn as they break off the line of scrimmage and position themselves with receivers."I'm doing a little bit of everything," Williams said with a laugh when asked if getting into the ring was part of the routine.Williams said he didn't have much access to places to train in the ring while growing up in Louisiana. The opportunities opened when he later moved to the Houston area. His current trainer is a former mixed martial arts fighter.The workouts pay off when he gets back on the field."So whenever I get back to football stuff ... I'm in shape, all I've got to do is get right back into it, just doing what I do," he said. "You know, you've got to do some things that you like to have fun in, and I love boxing. I have fun." The Alliance of American Football will be holding a draft to allocate quarterbacks to the league’s eight teams later this month and Christian Hackenberg is going to be a part of it.The AAF, which will start play for its inaugural season in February http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/bryan-bulaga-jersey , announced a slew of new player signings on Friday and Hackenberg is on the list. The 2016 Jets second-round pick was traded to the Raiders in the offseason and got released less than a month later. He’s since spent time with the Eagles and Bengals, but lost his spot on the Bengals practice squad earlier this week.Hackenberg isn’t the only familiar name on the list of new AAF signings. Former Packers and Colts quarterback Scott Tolzien will also be headed to the new league and, unlike Hackenberg, has NFL starting experience.Safety Rahim Moore, linebacker Steven Johnson, tight end Wes Saxton and wide receiver DeMarcus Ayers are others with NFL experience who were included on Friday’s list of signings.
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« Last post by panxing18 on Today at 08:33:11 PM »
Week 3 NFL power rankings keep Buffalo Bills in the basement After their second straight loss to open the season Womens Tremaine Edmunds Jersey , this one to the Los Angeles Chargers, the Buffalo Bills find themselves dead last in all of the media’s power rankings heading into Week three. In ESPN’s power rankings, they have the Bills holding that 32nd spot for the entire season and are already looking forward to the 2019 NFL Draft:“The bad news: The Bills might be the worst team in the NFL. (ESPN’s Football Power Index agrees.) The good news: FPI gives the Bills a league-high 37 percent chance to obtain the top pick of the 2019 NFL draft. -- Koontz”The Chargers moved up one spot from 13th to 12th. NFL.com keeps the Bills in last as well. Even though the score was 31-20, they say the Chargers, “tapped the breaks” in the second half, despite McDermott taking over the defensive play-calling. The Chargers moved up three spots from 14th to 11th.Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback had eight of their writers this week vote on each teams ranking. Seven of those eight voted the Bills in the 32nd spot while one voter moved them all the way up to 30th. The Chargers moved up one spot in their rankings from 12th to 11th. CBS Sports have the Bills in last place and don't see them moving out of that spot any time soon:“It’s going to be a long season for this team. I would be shocked if they ever leave this spot.”No explanation as to why, but maybe there isn't one needed. The Chargers stay stagnant at the 16th spot for their rankings. Finally, SB Nation has the Bills in the last spot, the same spot they resided last week while the Chargers don't move and stay in the 13th overall slot. The Buffalo Bills continue to show they can scout talent among defensive backs Youth Ryan Groy Jersey , selecting Taron Johnson in the 2018 NFL Draft. A fourth round pick, Johnson showed enough in the preseason to warrant a spot on the 53-man roster. Through five games, Johnson is making some noise as the starting slot corner. Let’s see how he did against the Tennessee Titans. Play 1The clip arguably oversimplifies things about the significance of Taron Johnson shadowing the slot receiver. Often the motion receiver is used to determine if the defense will be using man or zone concepts. With Johnson mirroring this receiver a casual glance would indeed suggest he’s in man coverage. Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier rely heavily on zone work and naturally that’s what this ends up being. For Johnson’s part, despite switching which side of the field he’s on, he understands where his zone ends and passes off his initial receiver well and engages his second target successfully. A lot of moving parts go into a play such as this and the rookie proves he’s ready for it. Play 2Taron Johnson keeps his eyes on Marcus Mariota to read the play. Johnson doesn’t even let the ball leave Mariota’s hand before he’s correctly read the play and begins moving. From a scheme vs. scheme standpoint it would have been difficult to stop the play cold, but Taron Johnson does a great job limiting the yards after catch. Play 3Taron Johnson ends up covering Corey DavisNick Williams for the entirety of this play. DavisWilliams tries to find an opening, but Johnson is like glue. A good jam disrupts the initial timing and Williams can’t find a way to escape. Play 4Taron Johnson made his first career interception on this play. Johnson is in good position to watch Mariota and once again diagnoses the play right away. It’s subtle, but in the first angle, Johnson is leaning forward indicating he’s driving toward the ball rather than continue moving laterally with the coverage. The ball seems way ahead of the receiver and the interception is a result of poor ball placement from Mariota. However Authentic Zay Jones Jersey , it’s Johnson’s initial drive forward that cuts off the receiver’s route, making Johnson the only player able to make the catch. Play 5If you were to distill the phrase “trust the process” and turn it into a play, this might be it. Before the play even begins the Titans have three receivers to be covered by Taron Johnson and Tre’Davious White. Johnson happens to get the double team but shows good discipline and trust in his team during his backpedal. As a result, both Titans are passed off to the the back end. Play 6There’ll be some growing pains for Johnson, and this week’s could have cost Buffalo the victory. All is well initially on this play as Johnson and Tremaine Edmunds are both in position to prevent Nick Williams from making a catch. Both bite on a secondary target for just a step and Williams runs right by Johnson. One wrong step may have been the ballgame. Instead, Nick Williams dropped the touchdown and the Bills improve to 2-3.
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« Last post by panxing18 on Today at 08:19:35 PM »
Jared Goff hit Cooper Kupp in stride with a 70-yard touchdown pass that was just as gloriously wide-open as Rams coach Sean McVay had predicted when they drew it up this week.While his teammates celebrated Gerald Everett Jersey , Goff ran to the sideline and pointed at McVay, who accepted the challenge with a celebratory chest bump."I was fired up for him," Goff said. "I told him after, 'I didn't mean to knock you over there.'"Although the big quarterback knocked the headset off his smaller coach's head, both men were left smiling. With that throw and several more of similar brilliance, Goff turned a phenomenal first half into the biggest game of his career.And it was still just barely enough to beat Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings.Goff passed for career highs of 465 yards and five touchdowns, winning a scintillating duel with his Minnesota counterpart and leading unbeaten Los Angeles to a 38-31 victory Thursday night.Goff hit Kupp with two of his four TD throws during a 251-yard first half in which the third-year quarterback flawlessly executed the offense created by McVay. Goff finished 26 of 33 with a perfect 158.3 passer rating for the Rams (4-0), who won their third home game in 12 days."It was just great command by him," McVay said. "I think he's having fun. No moment is too big for him, and it gives you confidence when you see him playing like this."But McVay then had to watch apprehensively while his former prize pupil nearly executed a comeback for the Vikings (1-2-1). McVay was Cousins' offensive coordinator in Washington before he became Goff's head coach on the West Coast last season.Cousins passed for 422 yards and three touchdowns, but the Vikings lost when Los Angeles rookie defensive lineman John Franklin-Myers strip-sacked Cousins near midfield with 1:18 to play."It's fun for us, personally Nickell Robey-Coleman Jersey Salute to Service ," Goff said of his duel with Cousins. "I don't know if it's fun for the whole team, but it's cool. Kirk is a guy we watched on film forever last year. Got a lot of respect for him and the way he plays, and I just think he's such a great quarterback. To get a chance to go against him like that and kind of duke it out, I told him after the game how much I appreciated the battle with him."Todd Gurley finished with 83 yards rushing and 73 yards receiving for the Rams. Gurley and Brandin Cooks had first-half TD catches, but the Vikings trimmed LA's lead to 31-28 late in the third quarter with Adam Thielen's 45-yard TD catch and a 2-point conversion.Goff promptly surpassed his previous career highs for yards passing during a swift drive ending in Robert Woods' 31-yard TD catch, and the Rams' defense hung on while the offense went scoreless in the fourth quarter.One week after giving up 27 points in the first half and getting blown out as 16 1/2-point favorites in Buffalo, the Vikings gave up 28 before halftime against LA."We did not play well defensively," Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. "Offensively we moved the ball well, but we had too many missed tackles, and too many people were left wide open. I've not ever had a team that's been this poor in pass coverage. We are going to have to look at everything."A healthy throng of purple-clad fans turned out for the Vikings' first game in Los Angeles since 1993. They saw a show from Cousins, who hit Aldrick Robinson for two first-half scores.Goff found Kupp with two beautiful TD throws in the first half, the first hitting Kupp in stride on that 70-yard sprint  Cooper Kupp Jersey Salute to Service , and the second eluding two Vikings and dropping into Kupp's hands deep in the end zone."Jared put it in about a 6-inch box that only he could fit it into," McVay said.Less than 2 1/2 minutes later, Goff hit Cooks down the middle for a 47-yard score. Goff's four TD passes were the most in a first half by a Rams quarterback since Kurt Warner did it in 1999.GRIFFEN OUTMinnesota defensive end Everson Griffen posted a message on Instagram expressing his gratitude for support from his team and family. Griffen has been away from the Vikings while undergoing a mental health evaluation, and he didn't get to return to the Coliseum, where he starred for USC. Griffen said he doesn't know exactly when he'll be back in uniform, but he plans to "return as a much-improved person and player."INJURY REPORTVikings: RB Dalvin Cook had 20 yards on 10 carries after missing last week's game with a hamstring injury. ... Goff's third and fourth TD throws beat CB Trae Waynes, who missed the second half with a concussion.Rams: TE Tyler Higbee injured his knee early on. He returned later in the first half. ... CB Marcus Peters played after injuring his calf last week.UP NEXTVikings: At the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Oct. 7.Rams: At the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Oct. 7. Best OverreactionWR Josh Reynolds’ breakout game has signaled that he has arrived and can take a bigger role in the offense. Even though I agree with this, it’s obviously an overreaction because Reynolds only had 3 receptions for 42 yards, it’s just that two of those catches were in the end zone. The thing is, a wide reciever’s producvity is largely based on confidence that originates with the play calling and extends to the quarterback’s choice to target that specific receiver (getting open helps too). Guys like WR Cooper Kupp Authentic Tyler Higbee Jersey , WR Robert Woods, and WR Brandin Cooks have that confidence and Reynolds is well on his way — and this game was big step to his arrival as a significant role player in the Rams’ offense. What’s enticing about Josh Reynolds is that he’s a big target (6’3”) that can make a difference in the red zone. Would Coach McVay throw out 4 WRs on acouple plays to change things up? I’d like to see that.Worst OverreactionRams fans who sold their tickets to Green Bay fans are “fake fans” because they should only sell their tickets to Rams fans.There’s not a lot in sports that we can control. We like to think that’s not true, but think about it, when a player gets traded or when a fan favorite screws up, we just have to make peace with it. And that’s also true with attendance at home games. So, there was a lot of Packers fans at the game and somehow that’s the fault of ticket sellers? I think that’s a stretch — it’s the market and hundreds of things we don't have control over. The Green Bay Packers have anational fanbase that travels well; they’re willing to pay high prices for tickets. Don’t like it? Then buy those tickets!What was great about Sunday’s game was that loud Rams fans showed up and we won. We’re undefeated. We’re the best damn team in the NFL. There’s no need for shame. Los Angeles is a transplant city with fans from every NFL team, it’s part of a reality that we can’t control. But we can be louder with the right attitude, like this guy!
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« Last post by panxing18 on Today at 08:11:23 PM »
With all the excitement around the NFL last weekend Authentic Alex Anzalone Jersey , it was one high-scoring Saints-Buccaneers game that brought home all the money in daily fantasy contests.Tampa Bay quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 400-plus yards and four touchdowns, while adding another 36 yards and a score with his legs. Two of Fitzpatrick's top weapons, DeSean Jackson and Mike Evans, cracked the 100-yard threshold and accounted for three of the receiving touchdowns.On the other side of the ball, the New Orleans was forced to play catch-up, leading Drew Brees to attempt 45 passes, the majority going toward Michael Thomas (16 catches, 180 yards, one TD) and Alvin Kamara (9-112-1). There was more than 1,000 yards of total offense in the Bucs' 48-40 victory. And the $1 million Fanduel winner loaded up on the game, playing Fitzpatrick, Jackson, Thomas and Kamara.Stacking, or pairing a QB with a wide receiver or tight end Limited Khairi Fortt Jersey , is a strategy that has been used for years by many of the best fantasy players to win daily fantasy tournaments. The Saints-Bucs game showed the power of "game stacking" — combining up to three or four players from the same game in hopes of a shootout. While it's an aggressive approach that can leave fantasy players in last place if it doesn't work, it will hit big when it hits.One of the best games to consider stacking this weekend is the San Francisco 49ers vs the Detroit Lions. Jimmy Garoppolo was held in check last week at Minnesota, which finished as the third toughest defense in 2017 against opposing QBs. The 49ers should bounce back this week at home versus the Lions, who are on a short week having given up 48 points to the Jets on Monday night. The 49ers have the fourth highest team total this week with Las Vegas oddsmakers projecting them to score close to 27 points.With wide receiver Marquise Goodwin day-to-day, Garoppolo can be paired with wide receiver Pierre Garcon and tight end George Kittle, who accounted for 47 percent of the team's targets in the opening game. If Garoppolo has a tournament-winning performance (300-plus yards or three-plus touchdowns) it is likely that both Garcon and Kittle benefit. The other value of a 49ers game stack is that you can "bring it back" with an attractive stack from the opposing team. Wide Receiver Kenny Golladay is an attractive value and his $4,800 price was locked in before he exploded Monday night for 100-plus yards and 20-plus fantasy points on DraftKings. Golladay out-snapped both Golden Tate and Marvin Jones, accounting for 93-percent of the snaps and receiving 12 targets, making him the top option as part of this game stack.For daily users who prefer multi mass enter contests, composing 20 or more lineups in a single contest, the 49ers-Lions game is perfect. While Golladay is the preferred option due to value, all three Lions receivers are projected within 3 fantasy points of each other. Both Golden Tate and Marvin Jones saw 80 percent of snaps as the Lions ran a lot of three wide receiver sets and were both targeted twice in the red zone. Users composing multiple DFS lineups can game stack Garoppolo-Garcon-Kittle with Golladay on one lineup, Tate on another, and Marvin Jones on a third Michael Hoomanawanui Jersey Salute to Service , ensuring that if the game does shoot out and the 49ers win, you have a lot of the combinations covered.This column was provided to The Associated Press by DailyRoto, ://dailyrotoSunday NFL Football: Week 1 Late Games Live Thread After an entertaining slate of early games, we’re treated to four late kickoffs in NFL Week 1. Here’s a look at all of the matchups, with three getting underway at 3:25 p.m. CT.Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers (3:05 p.m. CT kickoff)Washington Redskins at Arizona CardinalsDallas Cowboys at Carolina PanthersSeattle Seahawks at Denver BroncosMost should expect to see the Cowboys and Panthers, which has a FOX spotlight with Joe Buck and Troy Aikman calling the game. Obviously, there will be some intrigue there for Saints fans because of the NFC South race.The Cardinals start without Bruce Arians, as the Steve Wilks regime kicks off. They’ll host Adrian Peterson, who was traded to Arizona by the Saints early last season. It’s hard to call that a revenge game, of course. However, there’s a new face at quarterback for the Redskins in Alex Smith, so that should be mildly entertaining to keep tabs on. Also, keep an eye on Antonio Gates returning to the Chargers. Custom Minnesota Vikings Jerseys
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« Last post by Volshebny on Today at 05:08:06 PM »
Greetings,

My name is Kevin Mann, but I'll commonly post by Volshebny (Russian for magic). I'm originally from South Carolina, but live in China atm.

Before I say that I'm ready to disband the federal government, I'm here to evaluate the efficacy of doing so. In our Second American Revolution, just removing the cabal and seeing them in orange jumpsuits is NOT the endgame, but rather the beginning of the revolution. As you lovers of freedom know, removing the cabal will only create a power vacuum. Who or what fills (or replaces) that vacuum needs to be discussed. The ramifications of The Great Awakening are immense due to the longevity of the previous regime. The "rabbit hole" is much deeper and far more extensive than most people can imagine.

I have attempted to listen to "Freedom" (the audiobook), but have failed to comprehend certain aspects of the system that you're endorsing. I have a few questions based upon a few presumptions.

When discussing a structure or design for the future, we should also discuss how people communicate and perceive the world around them. When I was in college I had a class called "Nuclear War" taught by Dr. Peter Sederberg. He started out by introducing himself and immediately asked a question: "What is the definition of stress?"

He rhetorically asked, "Why in a class titled "Nuclear War" am I asking about stress?" and he went into a diatribe about the loss of the Command and Control structures (the loss of Washington, D.C. or Moscow) in the event of a nuclear exchange. He said that we would spare these cities such a fate due to the decapitation of the C3 (this was in the days before computers - there was no C4). We would, of course, wish to keep the lines of communication open due to the field commanders when faced with such a dilemma have only ONE option - release EVERYTHING. This was at a time when the Soviets (yes, I'm really aging myself now) had close to 50,000 nuclear warheads and we had over 40,000 nuclear warheads. We could've jointly destroyed the world five-times over.

He went on to explain: "This is my definition of stress. Write this down... 'Those expectations not met.' " So if stress is caused from surprises (or the failure to deduce reality) then maintaining those communication channels is paramount. We would, of course, notify the Soviets weeks in advance, "We are planning an exercise and we will be moving about 20,000 troops within 100 miles of the Albanian border this coming June. They will be there for about 2 weeks and will be withdrawn immediately upon completion of the exercise." We would communicate both EXPECTATIONS and INTENTIONS and communicated with the Soviets that we expected the same from them.

If you think about it, regardless the relationship:  parent-child, teacher-student, lovers, siblings, spouses, etc. this paradigm is ideal. Open communications communicating both EXPECTATIONS and INTENTIONS reduces stress (I'll go so far as to say MINIMIZING stress) in humans. So if we eliminate the federal government I have a few concerns:

How do you codify behavior which is acceptable, legal, moral?

This raises a second dilemma based upon presumptions. What is acceptable?

If you believe as I do that people DO NOT know the difference between RIGHT and WRONG then codifying laws and jurisprudence still would require arbitration and mediation. The U.S. precedent system works because it defines the NORM.

Scientists have asked people faced with moral dilemmas how they would act/react in certain situations:  "If you found a wallet, what would you do?" In simple scenarios people describe in detail their actions. However, once you give more complicated situations involving multiple variables, people hesitate and ask, "What would he do?" or "What would she do?" In other words, the individual does NOT dictate to the society what is acceptable... what is the norm, but the society dictates to the individual what is acceptable... what is the norm. In other words, RIGHT and WRONG isn't fixed. RIGHT and WRONG is relative to whatever that society says it is... whatever they're willing to tolerate or accept. This is why our precedent system works. One hundred years ago in Smith v Jones it was decided this way... it was determined to be equitable or fair.

In your book, you didn't really discuss structure. It focused mostly on ideology.

I presume you've read Thomas Paine's "Common Sense." He is the true father of Social Evolutionism (the idea of government evolution - which predates biological evolution). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oepcOYW9c3Y

According to Paine, too often people have confused Society with Government. He begins "Common Sense" by distinguishing between the two.

"Society is produced by our wants, and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness positively by uniting our affections, the latter negatively by restraining our vices. The one encourages intercourse, the other creates distinctions. The first a patron, the last a punisher." (Thomas Paine "Common Sense")

Are laws necessary to communicate expectations? What about contracts? Wills and testament? Arbitration and mediation? How do you communicate norms or expectations to those within the society without laws? How do you resolve disputes? There is a reason James Madison went with the Republic as the model for government. He and others, although most of them were Deists, they still were not Atheists. Hence, Madison's statement: "If men were angels, no government would be necessary."

This raises yet another issue for me. You ask religious people if people are basically good or bad and those within the Judeo-Christian paradigm generally answer that men are basically bad. However, if you ask most non-religious people whether people are basically good or bad and they'll say basically good. Why the discrepancy?

"In the end days there will be wars and rumors of war." (among others)... In other words, Christian dogma teaches it... we corrupted god's universe... we're to blame for all the imperfection in a perfect god's creation. We're vile and deserve what we get. We need god. He is using this time to teach us a lesson that we're too corrupt and petty to rule ourselves - we need a king... a ruler. While we're so vile... and bad... WAR IS INEVITABLE... POVERTY IS INEVITABLE... everything bad we deserve. 

Of course, if you believe death is the beginning and not the end, then it makes it a little easier to raise an army. I may be more willing to lay down my life for the monarch if I believe in eternity... in heaven (eternal paradise).

This is why we have a secular government... supposedly. However, there is a dilemma. In America, people are incredibly charitable. I mentioned I live in China. Of course, in China we emulate America. The Chinese love America and love imitating almost any American fashion, style, genre, tradition, ideology, etc. They truly are embracing Capitalism right now. They are struggling with individualism right now... which I HATE. I love that they have loyalty to self, family, community, and nation. We Americans and British have devolved into a state of me, me, me... it's all about me. There is no loyalty to nation, community... and even family. However, the Chinese are still - for the most part - secular in their beliefs. There are temples, but not that many. They're not inundated with religion like we are in America. The only charities that most Chinese can name is the Red Cross. Suffice it to say, the Chinese are considerably less charitable than Americans - unless you're family. If you're family, they'll give you the shirt off their back.

Going down the rabbit hole you find that there is clear answers for almost everything if you're willing to look. Archaeologically speaking, Jean-Pierre Houdin, a French architect has taught us that if we adhere to Occam's Razor that many of the outlandish explanations for the pyramids of Giza seem silly and juvenile. There is a growing consensus that the Eye of the Sahara (aka the Richat Structure) may very well be the legendary City of Atlantis as mentioned by Plato.

But also going down the rabbit hole you may challenge yourself. There is a growing consensus that Jesus of Nazareth may be a literary creation... a compilation of various First Century messiahs. There is evidence to show that three First Century families: The Flavians of Rome, the Herods of Palestine and the Alexanders of Egypt conspired to create not one, but two religions. They created Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism in the First Century.
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