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  1. This one is a podcast and I listened for free a couple summers ago. It's called "We're Alive", they have done a sequel which you may have to pay for but "We're Alive" can be found as episodes of a podcast on whatever podcast app you use, I assume. It's a bit more than a podcast, it's more of a radio serial with a cast and sound effects and the whole nine yards. There are some soldiers but mostly normal everyday people trying to survive. You maybe guessed, it's a zombie type end of the world story, but the creatures are quite a bit more than that. It's really worth checking out if you like to listen to stuff other than music while doing yard work or whatever. I'll say, some of the voice acting is rough a times and some character choices get tiresome. But overall it is a compelling listen and fairly well written story. If you like the "people hold up in a building trying to survive and stuff just keeps going wrong" story I'd recommend it highly. It's a great deal of content and again I really enjoyed it all summer long. A little hidden gem I was lucky to come across and I'm really curious if anyone else has even heard of it and if you listened what dd you think.
  2. Alright, here's another I really enjoyed. "The Mountain Man" omnibus, three books for the price of one. This is a zombie apocalypse story as well. Where the "Arisen" series is hugh with special forces verses zombies and full throttle "get some", Mountain Man is about a guy who used to paint houses. Again, I'm not here to post some great synopsis, you can get that from any website. I'm here to say I really liked this story a lot. In a sentence, a loner named Gus is trying to drink himself to hell while making his way in the Z.A. in a cool house on a mountainside in Canada. Smart, funny, gory, and if you like drinking or at least listening to someone drinking and drinking and drinking. This is for you. RC Bray is the narrator again and he is tremendous again. If you like your "heros" to be smart for the most part this will be a welcome change to the norm. The story does expand of course and there is one character that we haven't seen before who was really fun. But overall the scope of the series remains focused on a few people. There is a free prequel to the omnibus but I would listen to it last. It's only 45 minutes long and it was decent. I'd save it for the end. I didn't love one part of the story, when I think about this plot point in a movie I imagine it looking cheesy. It was good just not great. The overall story is still fantastic given the part I was iffy about. Check out "The Mountain Man" omnibus, it's very very good. There is also a 4th book which I forgot about because you just listen as one big story. It's all great as they say. I'm going to listen again.
  3. If you want a balls to the wall special forces vs zombie story with, for my money the best narrator of action, RC Bray, the "Arisen" series is the only choice. These are simply put ,the most action packed audiobooks I know of. With multiple story lines of action with just badass and sometimes funny special forces mash-up of SEALS, Delta, SAS, Royal Marines, MARSOC, Rangers, a cool as manure British security guard, and several I won't mention because it's to friggin' awesome, this is so great. In one sentence, Great Britain is the last major stronghold of civilization and a cobbled together bunch of pipe hitting special forces and the British military struggle to cure the zombie apocalypse and then it kicks off and over the next, so far 12 books it hasn't let up. Think of the most expensive sweeping movie ever and put it in your brain. Try not to go crazy casting it while the action plays out on multiple fronts. They quote movies with-in the context of the action and it plays funny, not corny or forced. It's what I imagine military men and women would do. Quote Aliens, Predator, and other great pulls. The one thing I would say is the books are a little short sometimes, around 8-11 hours. If you do happen to try it out the "Arisen Omnibus" is the first three books bundled together for 1 credit which makes it a great bargain. If you have Amazon Prime that password and sign in is what you'd use for an Audible account. Or i-tunes, I'm not shilling Audible, just the books themselves. I think the "Arisen" series is available in paperback too. I should warn you reading is for nerds and never got anyone anywhere. But the paperbacks are also in the Omnibus version for 1-3 and 4-6 if you insist on reading. I listen mowing the lawn and driving to work, whenever I'm alone a screwing around I'm listening to something. Final thing, if you hate it you can click return and get your credit or money back with no issue. I've returned two books out of around 40 now and its simple. More suggestions to come...
  4. So, a good football book is "Collision Low Crossers". A journalist spent a year imbedded with the NY Jets and Rex Ryan's coaching staff. Some very interesting stuff and casts an interesting light on Ryan, Mark Sanchez at times, and Mike Pettine. It seemed to be rather unfiltered by the Jets or Ryan and I absolutely see it as accurate after watching closely his tenure with the Bills. Kinda a must read or listen, for football fans. The Passage and it's two follow up books are, in my opinion, fantastic stories. The narrator, Scott Brick, is wonderful in telling the 36 hour story. You can get more detailed reviews and story synopsis on-line and hear audio samples, but for my money it is just a great story and I have listened to the trilogy twice in about a year. That's around 90 hours of story and I loved it all. It's vampires and government experiments and then...well a whole lot more. There is great amounts of character development and back story which may seem unnecessary, but it is and how. It isn't an action packed book. But has a lot of action and held my attention throughout. Twice. As an added bonus it is going to be a series on Fox with Ridley Scott attached with some other industry heavy weights. Would I prefer an HBO venue, yes, but network television has become darker and edgier in recent years and Ridley Scott is gold as far as I'm concerned. Thats all for now...but I have the most actiony action pack action fest to tell you about later. Would love some ideas for future credits.
  5. I have been enjoying Audible for the past year and a half and have about 35 books listened to. I'd like to share some suggestions and more importantly hear your favorites and recommendations. I'll post some of mine when I have some extra time but wanted to post this while I remembered.
  6. Still available...FYI Thanks
  7. and by dispersal you mean the players on each team or am I misunderstanding you?
  8. Thanks for the interest! I'm looking for owners to take the teams on as they are. With all the cap room the Sabers have they should compete after some blind bidding free agent work and the Parjai Squad has some talent on the offense and was just neglected a bit the past two seasons. If two owners appear I may see what teams they want, if they want the same and are agreeable a coin flip might be in order. The Parjai opening just happened yesterday. Happy to answer any other questions.
  9. I have one planned and one unplanned opening in this league. Where not BoTH, it has/had some well respected Huddlers as owners and has been around since 2009. It is at MFL, is a full dynasty, salary cap, contract cap, IDP, with taxi squads. The league is active April 1st through week 17 of the season. http://www65.myfantasyleague.com/2016/home/15137#0 Open teams are Flesh Sabers and Parjai Squad https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZfSFplMmjaaDGhSxYM5PoWdat3dyKqD-FNhh8rBk4io/edit?hl=en Here is the constitution Looking for a reliable active owner ideally for the long term. The league is $55 and in season transactions are $1 and $2 trades. Off season moves are free. Any questions I'd be happy to answer. Thanks Steve
  10. He's never thrown for 300... Doesn't throw many picks but will take a sack or two. Good luck
  11. ask him
  12. Oh C'mon
  13. Look at the stat line for the week 17 Bills Jets game. I think that is the model they want for 2016. Reading between the lines in radio interviews I think the goal is Watkins on bubble screens, slants, and deep stuff. The whole route tree. Patterns they ran less than frequent in 2015. 100 receptions? Well that's unlikely for most. But 75-80 and 1300 and 10. That should be in the realistic vein.
  14. Mixed it up with a QB I really think they might consider...possible franchise type QB and lots of depth in the draft where we need in the front seven for later rounds. History and odds would say Tyrod was at or near his ceiling last year and while fun to watch, not good enough in this NFL. I'd love Tyrod to be an outlier and be that rare late round pick that is elite. I hope it's really three down LB or playmaking DE at 19.