Portishead – Half day closing (Roseland NYC) (HQ)
Portishead – Half day closing From the 1997 concert in Roseland New York. Lyrics: In the days, the golden days When everybody knew what they wanted It ain’t here today Through the times of lasting love When parents talked of things tried and tested It don’t feel the same Dreams and belief have gone Time, life itself goes on Far beyond the shrinking skies Where money talks and leaves us hypnotised It don’t pave the way Underneath the fading sun The silent sum of a businessman Has left us choking Dreams and belief have gone Time, life itself goes on In the days, the golden days When everybody know what they wanted It ain’t here today Dreams and belief have gone Time, life itself goes on
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We Carry On by Portishead (Keyboard Cover by TheSchemer1)
The other relatively fast-paced song by Portishead, covered on Yamaha and LK-555. Enjoy! Their studio version: youtube.com Live performance at private concert: youtube.com Excellent live performance at Jools Holland: youtube.com
How much time does having a decent fantasy baseball team require? Now that I’m working from home I have a lot of time on my hands. I probably do 15, maybe 20 hours a week of actual work. So, I think I need to do some fantasy baseball to fill the void. But, I’ve never done it before.
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About 10 to 15 hours a week for my 10 team league I’m in. Yahoo answers has a fantasy sports question page if you need help no it.
Well if you’ve never done it before it won’t take up too much time. If you want to jump right in and try to be competitive, then it will probably consume your life.I’ve only been playing for five years (since college) and I like to think I’m half decent. Learning what stats are important, where the most important players land in a draft, and depth of position are things that only come from practice and study. Yahoo.com has the best casual fantasy baseball on the internet with free leagues and mock drafts. Their standard team rosters are also easy to understand.If you know a lot about baseball, you can cut down on the learning curve significantly. You could probably do three mock drafts (each about an hour or more depending on the number of teams) to get a feel for the draft system and how to pick players. Before you draft you should probably take some time to research the health of players and what their role will be. Neftali Feliz may start the season in the rotation, killing your chances for a forty-save closer in him. Chase Utley busted his knee, diminishing his value significantly.All in all, if you’re going to take your teams seriously, it can consume your life. I like to spend a few hours of research on each team, do three mock drafts to warm up, draft three teams and take an auto-draft for the fun of it. Then it takes about half an hour to forty-five minutes to set all of my teams each day. It’ll take longer if the league is competitive, but most of your work is done prior to the start of the season.Whether you enroll in a head-to-head or rotisserie league is up to you, but why not take two teams in each?Enjoy, and good luck.
It depends on the type of league, level of other players, and how developed you are as a fantasy player. For just starting off, in a casual league, 30 minutes to an hour a day reading/researching and trolling the waiver wire will give you a good shot. Its totally worth it, I love it.
It really depends on the competitiveness of your league. I’ve played on-line leagues casually and put a couple hours a week into it. I’ve also played in a “Keeper” league for over 10 years with a bunch of baseball psychotics. To win that league, you really have to put in a couple hours a day. For example.every year you see those “Top 100” prospects lists in magazines.I guarantee you that over 90 of those guys are already on rosters in my league.Same goes for the guys the fantasy mags call “sleepers”. In general if you’re playing for money.the more that’s at stake, the more time you’ll need to win.
Well, last year I had a fantasy team, just for fun, on the MLB website. Now, it was a pretty simple system- pick an entire team for pitching, not individual players; head-to-head points, instead of individual categories, automatic draft, etc.Anyway, I’d never done a fantasy team before; I spent about half an hour ranking the players I wanted before the draft, and then spent about half an hour each week, tweeking what needed to be done. I started out 10-0.Then my players got cold, and I ended up just missing the playoffs. But, yeah- I only spent about half an hour a week on it.
Whether you enroll in a head-to-head or rotisserie league is up to you, but why not take two teams in each?
Could you tell me what day when I get to finish watching the game? I was watching game 5 of the MLB World series and the game was suspended do to rain. Could you tell me what day when they will resume the game?thanks for your help and and answers!
Not even the commissioner Bud Selig knows. But, the game was schedule for 5pm pacific time, but the forecast doesn’t look good in Philly, so who knows.
No one knows yet. it could be tonight or tomorrow. But I live near Philly and its still raining and very windy, a little bit north of Philly its snowing so who knows.
No World Series tonight; Game 5 may resume tomorrow20 minutes agoPHILADELPHIA (AP) — The World Series won’t resume until Wednesday night at the earliest. With rain still falling in Philadelphia, Major League Baseball decided not to attempt to complete Game 5 between the Phillies and Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night. The completion of the game tentatively was scheduled for 8:37 p.m. Wednesday.”While obviously we want to finish Game 5 as soon as possible, the forecast for today does not allow for us to continue the game this evening,” commissioner Bud Selig said. “We are closely monitoring tomorrow’s forecast and will continue to monitor the weather on an hourly basis. We will advise fans as soon as we are able to make any final decisions with respect to tomorrow’s schedule.”The game, played in increasingly heavy rain, was suspended Monday following a 30-minute delay with the Phillies and Rays tied 2-2 after 5 1/2 innings. It was the first time a World Series game that began wasn’t played to completion on the same day.Philadelphia leads the Series 3-1 and is hoping to close out its second title, its first since 1980.Carlos Pena hit a tying, two-out single in the sixth for the Rays, and the umpires called it moments later. By then, every ball and every pitch had become an adventure because of the miserable conditions.”The infield was tough. The ball would do funny things,” Phillies second baseman Chase Utley said. “It was in bad shape. It was not playable.”If Pena had not tied it, Selig said he would not have let the Phillies win with a game that was called after six innings.”It’s not a way to end a World Series,” he said. “I would not have allowed a World Series to end this way.”MLB changed its rules on suspended games in November 2006, adding a provision to resume them rather than replay them. In either case, this would have been a suspension because the visiting team tied it in the top of an inning and the home team never got to bat in the bottom half.”It was terrible. The field wasn’t bad, but it was the worst conditions I’ve ever played in,” Tampa Bay third baseman Evan Longoria said.The delay forced the Rays to find a hotel in Wilmington, Del., about 25 miles away.About 10 minutes after the game was officially suspended, an announcement was made at Citizens Bank Park telling fans wrapped in plastic sheets they were done for the night.By then, many had left their seats and streamed into the concourses. They crowded six or seven deep, trying to see any of the game before the umps signaled for the tarp.Because it was only lightly raining when the game started, MLB hoped it could play a full nine innings. Quickly, however, the showers turned to a steady downpour and the field became a quagmire.By the middle innings, the grounds crew was running shuttles onto the field, carrying bags of a drying agent — baseball’s version of cat litter — to absorb the water.No luck.A puddle formed on home plate and umpire Jeff Kellogg resorted to using a towel rather than the usual whisk broom to wipe it clean.Batters kept blinking back the rain drops and pitchers struggled with their footing. Strong gusts dropped the wind-chill factor into the 30s, and fielders covered their bare hands between pitches.All-Star shortstop Jimmy Rollins of the Phillies chased a popup all over and dropped it for a tough error in the fifth. There were pools of water at every base and the Phillie Phanatic wore a rain slicker for his routine.B.J. Upton beat out an infield hit with two outs in the sixth on a ball that Rollins bobbled. Upton stole second and hustled home on Pena’s hit, with left fielder Pat Burrell’s throw home plopping into a puddle in the grass.Fans showed up hoping they’d be witnesses to a World Series championship. Shane Victorino got them cheering with bases-loaded single in the first for a 2-0 lead off Scott Kazmir.Rays manager Joe Maddon tinkered with his lineup, dropping the slumping Pena and Longoria one spot each — they were a combined 0-for-29 with 15 strikeouts after four games.The Tampa Bay stars ended their hitless ruts in the fourth when Pena doubled off the right-field wall and Longoria followed with an RBI single up the middle that made it 2-1.