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2020.11.02 18:06 senojyakcm Offering: English (Native) Seeking: Spanish

About me: I am 19 years old, female. I studied Spanish in high school, but only for a year. I am learning Spanish again because I have 6 months of free time and I need something to do. I love cats, cherry cordial ice cream, and playing video games.
Sobre mí: Tengo 19 años y soy una mujer. Estudié español en escuela secundaria, pero solo por un año. Estoy aprendiendo español de nuevo porque tengo 6 meses de tiempo libre y necesito algo que hacer. Me encantan los gatos, el helado, y los videojuegos.
Métodos de comunicación: Soy muy flexible. Trabajo de noche. Me gusta más hablar sobre Discord. También tengo Google Hangouts, WhatsApp, y Skype.
I am looking for another girl (preferred) or guy around my age to talk to and get to know. I love playing video games so we could also do that while we chat. :) I would prefer to do just voice calls while starting out. I am very new to Spanish so I will not be that good.
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2019.08.12 07:41 innnnmotion Reflections on 2 weeks in Tijuana (from someone who did not go for sex tourism)

I must admit that before arriving to Tijuana, I knew very little of the city. In part, this was intentional. I liked to travel to places with an almost blank slate, allowing whatever experiences happen to wash over me, building from nothing with as little preconceived notions of where the hell I might be as possible. When it came to Tijuana, I knew oh so very little. I knew it was a border town and I knew there was some sort of a wall. I also briefly lived in Mexico City and dated someone there who was from TJ—as I've found so many like to call it. When she told me this was her home, it was quickly followed by an almost literal bold-face asterisk: "It's not just what you hear in the news and it has so much more to offer." I admittedly hadn't heard the news, but I assumed this news was not the good kind of news. And it's true, the news is, well… often not good. USA Today recently named it the most dangerous city in the world and, just one weekend before my arrival, 31 people were killed within city limits. But whatever. I wasn't going to let the news stop me. Hell, I hadn't even read the news until well after into my arrival to even allow myself to be affected by it. All I knew was that I had just finished a stint exploring up the East Coast of the U.S. and down the West Coast, and it was very important for me to take a bus to the border and walk into Mexico. And that's just what I did.
 
HOW TO PRONOUNCE TIJUANA
Really quick just to get this out of the way, because I keep hearing my fellow gringos fucking this up too much to let it slide. If you're saying "tee-a-wa–na," you've been throwing in an extra syllable. Make it easier on yourself and say "tee-hooa-na." Or if that's too much, just say "TJ."
 
CROSSING THE BORDER
The walk into Mexico was… surprisingly uneventful. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but what I found were personality-devoid border security agents who simply asked how long I was going to be in Mexico ("I'd like the six month visa please"), would I be paying the fee in pesos or dollars (500 pesos), and not to lose the paper (like I did once before). "Great, enjoy. Bienvenidos." I walked onward and the sign above shortly after confirmed his greeting. I was on my way with Mexico to my left, leaving behind the USofA for the unforeseeable future.
 
LAS PLAYAS DE TIJUANA
I still had my Telcel sim card leftover from my CDMX days (which, for the record, works great in the states on the T-Mobile network at a fraction of the cost). While there are cheaper options, if you're looking to cover a lot of Mexican ground, I'd recommend this company as they reportedly have the best coverage. You can also use their app to manage your data usage and load top-ups. 5GB/month will set you back a mere ~13USD. Because of this, I was able to book an Uber directly from the border to Lifestyle Hostel, one of two that exists in Tijuana. It's strange to me that the city doesn't have more of a hostel culture considering it's entirely primed for it with its endless supply of nightlife partying, but I guess that's just not the reputation it has right now. Perhaps one day.
This particular hostel is one block off the beach and boardwalk in an area simply known as Playas de Tijuana. Lifestyle boasts high reviews and at $14 a night for a dorm bed (that's low-end here) with little competition and I can see why. It's a competently ran place situated above, get this, a jiu jitsu studio. The man who did my check-in offered complimentary classes (I think), to which I did not take him up on, but I appreciated nonetheless. Instead, I wanted to take a stroll of the area and my surroundings. I came to Tijuana for whatever it had to offer after all. I was there on a Wednesday night just before sundown strolling along the boardwalk heading towards la frontera, the infamous physical barrier between here and there. Mariachi men were playing the standards, everything from hot dogs to half-dozen shrimp on a stick could be purchased, and families were soaking in the last of the waves and rays. I found a place to sit for a while, just to revel in the sights, sounds, and smells as I felt absolutely giddy at the fact that I was back in Latinolandia once again. Once I finished basking in this delight, I headed towards the wall. You'll first see it off in the distance, a strange and not at all solid structure that flimsy just shoots off and comes to an abrupt stop in the ocean, almost as if the damn thing is afraid of water. It doesn't look at all effective or menacing, it's not even a wall as much as it's a series of inter-connecting slats. A fence, one might say. Maybe that's why they shout to build a wall. What I found incredibly interesting is how the two countries treat this structure. On the American side, it doesn't appear you can get anywhere within 30 meters of thing. Hell, there's actually another wall behind this wall and a road in between with very official looking vehicles occasionally on patrol. But over here? Over here it carries the sort of character you'd expect from Mexicans. Every section for a good couple of kilometers is covered in mural after mural, some illustrating the divide of nations with another reminding us that everyone is an immigrant. Some are deeply political and some are hopeful and speaks to the unity of humanity. Some just want to express their love for the person their dating. This structure that was meant to say, "get out and stay out," has been transformed into a place of unrestrained expression. Across the street sits a café named Felices días del amor y la soledad (Happy days of love and loneliness).
 
ZONA NORTE
While I enjoyed the evening at the beach, I am and will always be a city kid at heart, so the next morning I packed up my stuff, ate a street tamale, and took an Uber towards "the city." For reference, here's a map of the areas that most tourists will find themselves.
In the north right along the border you have the most infamous part of town: Zona Norte. While small, it's complete with the seediest sides of life. Sex workers on the streets, noticeable drug use and signs of addiction, and high-end sex clubs. This area is not for the faint of heart. I saw someone getting a blowjob in a parking lot, a lady with makeup running down her face while shooting up in the middle of the day, unofficial "police" chatting up the street-level sex workers, and… some great taco stands. Sex work is decriminalized in Mexico, meaning that in most areas, you don't need license to work in this industry and you won't find yourself in legal trouble for trying to solicit or procure it. In many respects, this is a wonderful thing. Those selling and buying can conduct business that will happen regardless without fearing for their legal well-being. I only wish that the area was safer for everyone involved. It's said that police have completely abandoned Zona Norte, leaving much of it up to self-governance. Enough gets said and written about here, particularly among horny U.S. tourists visiting the renowned Hong Kong Gentlemen's Club. I on the other hand did not partake in any of the trade. It's not out of some moral opposition, but generally… it's just not my thing.
I do want to talk about the bar Zacazonapan, or simply Zacaz as those here call it. Said to have been put on the map to the external non-TJ crowd by Manu Chao, Zacaz lies just on the border of—but still very much in—Zona Norte. To explain Zacaz, you have to understand marijuana in Tijuana. While literally just over the border in San Diego you can buy weed from dispensaries with a credit card, the attitude in Tijuana and much of Mexico is less than accepting. Much of the drug world, including yerba, is Narco controlled. For that reason alone, until this relationship becomes decoupled, the plant will always have a troubled reputation. Zacaz, on the other hand, is a green lover's haven. For whatever reason, much like all of Zona Norte, the police look away. You need to be over 18 and show an ID to get in, regardless of your age, but I assume this is more of a self-imposed restriction rather than any actual legal obligation. The bar resides below ground in a very dim and incredibly dive environment. They sell a vast selection of not one but two beers available only by the bottle and only by the liter. The first time I walked in, I saw nothing but a cloud of thick weed smoke, 4 person tables lining the outer perimeter, and a bong resting right there and center on the bar. Now I've been to my fair share of dives in my life, but I must say, this is a truly special place. You never know what you'll get. The way the seating works, you're almost always interacting with people you don't know. The patrons are rolling joints out on the tables, sipping their beers out of plastic cups, and dancing in the center of the bar on very sticky floors. You get all types, ages, and backgrounds here. The music will jump around like crazy from 80s synth pop, metal, to Latin ballads. People will dance sporadically, get into lengthy conversations, argue, and break out into fist-throwing fights. On one particular night, I witness a chubby man in his 50s dancing to Juan Gabriel while an older sex worker was being pushed out with a bar stool by the staff for trying to steal some drugs off another patron. Words will never fully capture the complete essence of what Zacaz has to offer. Much like the multifacetedness of humanity, Zacaz demands to be witnessed and accepted for everything it is.
 
EL CENTRO AND AV. REVOLUCIÓN
Literally across the street from Zona Norte is the main downtown and tourist strip named Avenida Revolución. Marking the start is Arco Monumental, acting as a gateway to what the city has to offer. On Revolución, you'll find an incredible array of dive bars dating back sometimes more than half a century. You'll find an ever-exploding craft beer scene, offering some of the finest in the field. On the food side, you can go high-end or eat just as deliciously on the streets. You can also get your fill of independent cinema. Here's a list of my standouts:
I could keep going. I really could. This street has so much to offer, all hours of the day, all days of the week. Honestly you can't go wrong just showing up and sometimes following the sounds to where ever they may lead. Music pours onto every nook.
I have a few other mentions of places that might fall in el centro territory or not as city and neighborhood boundaries always get a little fuzzy, but I can't go without at least mentioning them and the quality experiences they provided.
 
CECUT AND ZONA RIO
A little to the east of the party scene that is Av. Revolución, you'll find the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT). Encompassed within this orb of a standout architectural sight is a cultural hub for all. It has the only IMAX theater in town showing an array of films in a 360-degree field. Museo de las Californias can be found within, boasting both a permanent collection as well as rotating exhibits. When I was there, stills from the film Roma were on display. There's a tranquil garden, Jardin Caracol, that contains Mesoamerican sculptures, an array of unique plants from around the region, and a quiet escape from the city that surrounds it. CECUT also offers a nice outdoor area that provides an assortment of weekend activities, like a vegan food festival or an indigenous peoples' dance festival.
Cross the street and you'll find yourself in the popular Plaza Rio, an outdoor shopping mall that'll have all your chains, retail shops, and a large Cinepolis movie theater with the latest blockbusters shown in both Spanish and English.
 
ALBERCAS WATER PARK VERGEL
If you're here during the warmer months, do yourself a favor and make it out to this robust water park of high-intensity water slide attractions. Unlike the States, you won't find any price gouging here. Entrance tickets are 180MXN (~9USD) and the food and alcohol prices inside are the same you would pay outside. The music was all over the place and for a while was playing some real 80s bangers that just made the whole experience a treat. It's most known for the Slip N Fly, a slide that requires your to go down head first and launches your body 20 meters into the air before plummeting into the water however you find yourself landing. I did it only once and still felt bruised on my left thigh four days later. It's no joke and it's awesome. But come for the day, drink clamatos, hang out in the wave pool, and make some Mexican friends. I went on a Tuesday and stayed for the whole day. While the park was busy, I never had to wait more than a couple of minutes in line. They seem to have a nice system. You can also bring outside food and utilize one of their many BBQ grills.
 
HOW TO MEET PEOPLE AND FIND EVENTS
As a white guy with blue eyes and somewhat passible Spanish, I found it both easy and accessible to meet people and find events. As with most places in the world though, I recommend using the tools out there.
TJ has a decent Couchsurfing community. Even if you don't use it for lodging, if you travel and want to meet people, the Hangouts feature on the app is an invaluable resource for getting connected with the people who live there and are in the know. Within an hour of turning the app on and broadcasting to others that I wanted to hangout, I had a few people offering to show me around.
As far as finding events, my number one go-to almost anywhere in the world in major cities is thus: go to Facebook, click on events, click on discover, limit the search to the city and the dates you'll be there. Mark yourself as interested in events you may like and then just… show up! Especially while traveling in places where you might stand out, it's not uncommon that people will come up and talk to you. I didn't find this happened as much here as it did in, say Guatemala City, and perhaps that's because of the proximity to the U.S. border and the occasional saturation of gringos in these parts. Generally, though, these apps are tools to find things to do, meet people with common interests, and using that as a launching point to then get connected and in the social circles of those who live where you're traveling.
 
BRIEF CONCLUSION
Tijuana. You're an incredible place with a lot to offer. One of things I found so touching is just how many people either from here or who have chosen to relocate here have so much pride and passion for where this city is and where it's going. Yeah, it's rough around the edges, but that's part of the charm. That Norteña in CDMX all those months ago was right: it's not just what you hear in the news and it has so much more to offer. The Simpsons, in a rather tongue-in-cheek way, called Tijuana the happiest place on Earth. If you take Tijuana for what it is and all that it is, you just might find some truth in that.
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2019.08.12 07:10 innnnmotion Reflections on Tijuana, Baja California, México

I must admit that before arriving to Tijuana, I knew very little of the city. In part, this was intentional. I liked to travel to places with an almost blank slate, allowing whatever experiences happen to wash over me, building from nothing with as little preconceived notions of where the hell I might be as possible. When it came to Tijuana, I knew oh so very little. I knew it was a border town and I knew there was some sort of a wall. I also briefly lived in Mexico City and dated someone there who was from TJ—as I've found so many like to call it. When she told me this was her home, it was quickly followed by an almost literal bold-face asterisk: "It's not just what you hear in the news and it has so much more to offer." I admittedly hadn't heard the news, but I assumed this news was not the good kind of news. And it's true, the news is, well… often not good. USA Today recently named it the most dangerous city in the world and, just one weekend before my arrival, 31 people were killed within city limits. But whatever. I wasn't going to let the news stop me. Hell, I hadn't even read the news until well after into my arrival to even allow myself to be affected by it. All I knew was that I had just finished a stint exploring up the East Coast of the U.S. and down the West Coast, and it was very important for me to take a bus to the border and walk into Mexico. And that's just what I did.
 
HOW TO PRONOUNCE TIJUANA
Really quick just to get this out of the way, because I keep hearing my fellow gringos fucking this up too much to let it slide. If you're saying "tee-a-wa–na," you've been throwing in an extra syllable. Make it easier on yourself and say "tee-hooa-na." Or if that's too much, just say "TJ."
 
CROSSING THE BORDER
The walk into Mexico was… surprisingly uneventful. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but what I found were personality-devoid border security agents who simply asked how long I was going to be in Mexico ("I'd like the six month visa please"), would I be paying the fee in pesos or dollars (500 pesos), and not to lose the paper (like I did once before). "Great, enjoy. Bienvenidos." I walked onward and the sign above shortly after confirmed his greeting. I was on my way with Mexico to my left, leaving behind the USofA for the unforeseeable future.
 
LAS PLAYAS DE TIJUANA
I still had my Telcel sim card leftover from my CDMX days (which, for the record, works great in the states on the T-Mobile network at a fraction of the cost). While there are cheaper options, if you're looking to cover a lot of Mexican ground, I'd recommend this company as they reportedly have the best coverage. You can also use their app to manage your data usage and load top-ups. 5GB/month will set you back a mere ~13USD. Because of this, I was able to book an Uber directly from the border to Lifestyle Hostel, one of two that exists in Tijuana. It's strange to me that the city doesn't have more of a hostel culture considering it's entirely primed for it with its endless supply of nightlife partying, but I guess that's just not the reputation it has right now. Perhaps one day.
This particular hostel is one block off the beach and boardwalk in an area simply known as Playas de Tijuana. Lifestyle boasts high reviews and at $14 a night for a dorm bed (that's low-end here) with little competition and I can see why. It's a competently ran place situated above, get this, a jiu jitsu studio. The man who did my check-in offered complimentary classes (I think), to which I did not take him up on, but I appreciated nonetheless. Instead, I wanted to take a stroll of the area and my surroundings. I came to Tijuana for whatever it had to offer after all. I was there on a Wednesday night just before sundown strolling along the boardwalk heading towards la frontera, the infamous physical barrier between here and there. Mariachi men were playing the standards, everything from hot dogs to half-dozen shrimp on a stick could be purchased, and families were soaking in the last of the waves and rays. I found a place to sit for a while, just to revel in the sights, sounds, and smells as I felt absolutely giddy at the fact that I was back in Latinolandia once again. Once I finished basking in this delight, I headed towards the wall. You'll first see it off in the distance, a strange and not at all solid structure that flimsy just shoots off and comes to an abrupt stop in the ocean, almost as if the damn thing is afraid of water. It doesn't look at all effective or menacing, it's not even a wall as much as it's a series of inter-connecting slats. A fence, one might say. Maybe that's why they shout to build a wall. What I found incredibly interesting is how the two countries treat this structure. On the American side, it doesn't appear you can get anywhere within 30 meters of thing. Hell, there's actually another wall behind this wall and a road in between with very official looking vehicles occasionally on patrol. But over here? Over here it carries the sort of character you'd expect from Mexicans. Every section for a good couple of kilometers is covered in mural after mural, some illustrating the divide of nations with another reminding us that everyone is an immigrant. Some are deeply political and some are hopeful and speaks to the unity of humanity. Some just want to express their love for the person their dating. This structure that was meant to say, "get out and stay out," has been transformed into a place of unrestrained expression. Across the street sits a café named Felices días del amor y la soledad (Happy days of love and loneliness).
 
ZONA NORTE
While I enjoyed the evening at the beach, I am and will always be a city kid at heart, so the next morning I packed up my stuff, ate a street tamale, and took an Uber towards "the city." For reference, here's a map of the areas that most tourists will find themselves.
In the north right along the border you have the most infamous part of town: Zona Norte. While small, it's complete with the seediest sides of life. Sex workers on the streets, noticeable drug use and signs of addiction, and high-end sex clubs. This area is not for the faint of heart. I saw someone getting a blowjob in a parking lot, a lady with makeup running down her face while shooting up in the middle of the day, unofficial "police" chatting up the street-level sex workers, and… some great taco stands. Sex work is decriminalized in Mexico, meaning that in most areas, you don't need license to work in this industry and you won't find yourself in legal trouble for trying to solicit or procure it. In many respects, this is a wonderful thing. Those selling and buying can conduct business that will happen regardless without fearing for their legal well-being. I only wish that the area was safer for everyone involved. It's said that police have completely abandoned Zona Norte, leaving much of it up to self-governance. Enough gets said and written about here, particularly among horny U.S. tourists visiting the renowned Hong Kong Gentlemen's Club. I on the other hand did not partake in any of the trade. It's not out of some moral opposition, but generally… it's just not my thing.
I do want to talk about the bar Zacazonapan, or simply Zacaz as those here call it. Said to have been put on the map to the external non-TJ crowd by Manu Chao, Zacaz lies just on the border of—but still very much in—Zona Norte. To explain Zacaz, you have to understand marijuana in Tijuana. While literally just over the border in San Diego you can buy weed from dispensaries with a credit card, the attitude in Tijuana and much of Mexico is less than accepting. Much of the drug world, including yerba, is Narco controlled. For that reason alone, until this relationship becomes decoupled, the plant will always have a troubled reputation. Zacaz, on the other hand, is a green lover's haven. For whatever reason, much like all of Zona Norte, the police look away. You need to be over 18 and show an ID to get in, regardless of your age, but I assume this is more of a self-imposed restriction rather than any actual legal obligation. The bar resides below ground in a very dim and incredibly dive environment. They sell a vast selection of not one but two beers available only by the bottle and only by the liter. The first time I walked in, I saw nothing but a cloud of thick weed smoke, 4 person tables lining the outer perimeter, and a bong resting right there and center on the bar. Now I've been to my fair share of dives in my life, but I must say, this is a truly special place. You never know what you'll get. The way the seating works, you're almost always interacting with people you don't know. The patrons are rolling joints out on the tables, sipping their beers out of plastic cups, and dancing in the center of the bar on very sticky floors. You get all types, ages, and backgrounds here. The music will jump around like crazy from 80s synth pop, metal, to Latin ballads. People will dance sporadically, get into lengthy conversations, argue, and break out into fist-throwing fights. On one particular night, I witness a chubby man in his 50s dancing to Juan Gabriel while an older sex worker was being pushed out with a bar stool by the staff for trying to steal some drugs off another patron. Words will never fully capture the complete essence of what Zacaz has to offer. Much like the multifacetedness of humanity, Zacaz demands to be witnessed and accepted for everything it is.
 
EL CENTRO AND AV. REVOLUCIÓN
Literally across the street from Zona Norte is the main downtown and tourist strip named Avenida Revolución. Marking the start is Arco Monumental, acting as a gateway to what the city has to offer. On Revolución, you'll find an incredible array of dive bars dating back sometimes more than half a century. You'll find an ever-exploding craft beer scene, offering some of the finest in the field. On the food side, you can go high-end or eat just as deliciously on the streets. You can also get your fill of independent cinema. Here's a list of my standouts:
I could keep going. I really could. This street has so much to offer, all hours of the day, all days of the week. Honestly you can't go wrong just showing up and sometimes following the sounds to where ever they may lead. Music pours onto every nook.
I have a few other mentions of places that might fall in el centro territory or not as city and neighborhood boundaries always get a little fuzzy, but I can't go without at least mentioning them and the quality experiences they provided.
 
CECUT AND ZONA RIO
A little to the east of the party scene that is Av. Revolución, you'll find the Tijuana Cultural Center (CECUT). Encompassed within this orb of a standout architectural sight is a cultural hub for all. It has the only IMAX theater in town showing an array of films in a 360-degree field. Museo de las Californias can be found within, boasting both a permanent collection as well as rotating exhibits. When I was there, stills from the film Roma were on display. There's a tranquil garden, Jardin Caracol, that contains Mesoamerican sculptures, an array of unique plants from around the region, and a quiet escape from the city that surrounds it. CECUT also offers a nice outdoor area that provides an assortment of weekend activities, like a vegan food festival or an indigenous peoples' dance festival.
Cross the street and you'll find yourself in the popular Plaza Rio, an outdoor shopping mall that'll have all your chains, retail shops, and a large Cinepolis movie theater with the latest blockbusters shown in both Spanish and English.
 
ALBERCAS WATER PARK VERGEL
If you're here during the warmer months, do yourself a favor and make it out to this robust water park of high-intensity water slide attractions. Unlike the States, you won't find any price gouging here. Entrance tickets are 180MXN (~9USD) and the food and alcohol prices inside are the same you would pay outside. The music was all over the place and for a while was playing some real 80s bangers that just made the whole experience a treat. It's most known for the Slip N Fly, a slide that requires your to go down head first and launches your body 20 meters into the air before plummeting into the water however you find yourself landing. I did it only once and still felt bruised on my left thigh four days later. It's no joke and it's awesome. But come for the day, drink clamatos, hang out in the wave pool, and make some Mexican friends. I went on a Tuesday and stayed for the whole day. While the park was busy, I never had to wait more than a couple of minutes in line. They seem to have a nice system. You can also bring outside food and utilize one of their many BBQ grills.
 
HOW TO MEET PEOPLE AND FIND EVENTS
As a white guy with blue eyes and somewhat passible Spanish, I found it both easy and accessible to meet people and find events. As with most places in the world though, I recommend using the tools out there.
TJ has a decent Couchsurfing community. Even if you don't use it for lodging, if you travel and want to meet people, the Hangouts feature on the app is an invaluable resource for getting connected with the people who live there and are in the know. Within an hour of turning the app on and broadcasting to others that I wanted to hangout, I had a few people offering to show me around.
As far as finding events, my number one go-to almost anywhere in the world in major cities is thus: go to Facebook, click on events, click on discover, limit the search to the city and the dates you'll be there. Mark yourself as interested in events you may like and then just… show up! Especially while traveling in places where you might stand out, it's not uncommon that people will come up and talk to you. I didn't find this happened as much here as it did in, say Guatemala City, and perhaps that's because of the proximity to the U.S. border and the occasional saturation of gringos in these parts. Generally, though, these apps are tools to find things to do, meet people with common interests, and using that as a launching point to then get connected and in the social circles of those who live where you're traveling.
 
BRIEF CONCLUSION
Tijuana. You're an incredible place with a lot to offer. One of things I found so touching is just how many people either from here or who have chosen to relocate here have so much pride and passion for where this city is and where it's going. Yeah, it's rough around the edges, but that's part of the charm. That Norteña in CDMX all those months ago was right: it's not just what you hear in the news and it has so much more to offer. The Simpsons, in a rather tongue-in-cheek way, called Tijuana the happiest place on Earth. If you take Tijuana for what it is and all that it is, you just might find some truth in that.
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    1. All the party flights (based on the GJ Simulator) (13 points, 14 comments)
  15. 12 points, 2 submissions: topcatzz
    1. il be going to tomorrow land Belgium, I need a buddy (10 points, 6 comments)
    2. Discover Europe Tomorrowland need a buddy - 2019 (2 points, 22 comments)
  16. 12 points, 1 submission: mickaelwatts
    1. Axtone posted this .... stage hosts today at 1PM GMT ? (12 points, 16 comments)
  17. 11 points, 1 submission: dagunz00
    1. Price spreadsheet (11 points, 5 comments)
  18. 10 points, 1 submission: JohnBobsonJohnson
    1. Discover DreamVille - The Tomorrowland Campsite (10 points, 7 comments)
  19. 9 points, 2 submissions: irakleideas
    1. Some people claim top20/first20 mails are going out 15.01 (Following the 15-15-15 years TML basis of actions so far) (9 points, 14 comments)
    2. PreRegistration/Top20 contest for TLM 2019 earlier than any other year...Why? (0 points, 6 comments)
  20. 9 points, 1 submission: woozels
    1. Experiences going alone? (9 points, 26 comments)
  21. 8 points, 2 submissions: sashuke25
    1. Any solo female travellers? (5 points, 24 comments)
    2. Spectacular Easy Vs. Easy Tent? Any pics? (3 points, 32 comments)
  22. 8 points, 1 submission: GetInTheBagNebbi
    1. Prices in the global journey simulator (8 points, 8 comments)
  23. 8 points, 1 submission: I_smell_a_dank_meme
    1. So alot of you guys do GJ from all over the world. Which is like 4-5k. What do you do for a living to be able to afford that? (8 points, 58 comments)
  24. 7 points, 1 submission: Solariss35
    1. Should I let my bank know regarding an upcoming big purchase in Euros? (7 points, 15 comments)
  25. 7 points, 1 submission: tomorrow17
    1. Wasn't there an Official Tomorrowland 2017 Weekend 1 After-movie?? (7 points, 5 comments)
  26. 6 points, 4 submissions: aking97
    1. Showers For Cabana, DreamLodge, Relax Room etc. (3 points, 11 comments)
    2. Closing stage ? (2 points, 3 comments)
    3. Pre-Sale or Regular Sale Prices? (1 point, 3 comments)
    4. Supreme Easy Tents (0 points, 3 comments)
  27. 6 points, 1 submission: Junkiejezus
    1. my TML ticketguide is up! (6 points, 14 comments)
  28. 6 points, 1 submission: M_RIS
    1. Axtone Stage as a weekly "festival" party in a metropolis (Size & Photos?) (6 points, 0 comments)
  29. 6 points, 1 submission: ThisGuyRightHer3
    1. Nyc -> Tomorrowland. SEEKING ADVENTURE FRIENDS (6 points, 30 comments)
  30. 6 points, 1 submission: houdiii
    1. Going alone (6 points, 15 comments)
  31. 5 points, 8 submissions: Crisjacoba
    1. Global journey train from amsterdam: Arrival in Antwerp (Dreamville only) versus Brussels? (1 point, 9 comments)
    2. Global journey train: suggested times to enter on first day and exit on last day? (1 point, 6 comments)
    3. Planning transpo from Amsterdam on your own without GJ (1 point, 4 comments)
    4. Showetoilet situation in easy tent section at early morning like 2-4am (1 point, 11 comments)
    5. Spectacular Easy Tent/Supreme Easy tent bathrooms feedback (1 point, 3 comments)
    6. Any advice to get a popular option in the GJ sale? (0 points, 4 comments)
    7. For GJ, am I more likely to get a Cabana/Montague accomodation coming from Reims, France than Amsterdam? (0 points, 6 comments)
    8. Group of 4 people with one account, paying with multiple credit cards is it possible? (0 points, 7 comments)
  32. 5 points, 2 submissions: maunde
    1. Safety at Tomorrowland (5 points, 27 comments)
    2. Taking your own tent to MG (0 points, 10 comments)
  33. 5 points, 1 submission: Blueinstinct
    1. What about a pinned FAQ with all the Questions that has been asked before. (5 points, 9 comments)
  34. 5 points, 1 submission: Koekoeksklok88
    1. Celebration package price is here! (5 points, 5 comments)
  35. 5 points, 1 submission: Sup3rtz2k
    1. Tomorrowland Payment Options (5 points, 4 comments)
  36. 5 points, 1 submission: gladkatt
    1. Easy Tents - is it worth it? (5 points, 22 comments)
  37. 5 points, 1 submission: vidi2e
    1. What if someone bails after ticket purchase? (5 points, 5 comments)
  38. 4 points, 4 submissions: Zyzz_Neverforget69
    1. Discover Europe GJ Package (2 points, 9 comments)
    2. Belgian Journey and Detox Day (1 point, 3 comments)
    3. Wrong Dates (1 point, 2 comments)
    4. Hotel Packages (0 points, 9 comments)
  39. 4 points, 4 submissions: bushyuk
    1. GJ Flight Luggage Allowance? (2 points, 6 comments)
    2. Anybody know this track at 51.30? (1 point, 2 comments)
    3. Camping and Flight questions... (1 point, 2 comments)
    4. Not using the transport in my Global Journey Package (0 points, 7 comments)
  40. 4 points, 2 submissions: Justice147
    1. Gj packages at time of presale (2 points, 6 comments)
    2. Mg 1p vs 2p (2 points, 6 comments)
  41. 4 points, 2 submissions: ssiva2018
    1. GJ - Information needed while booking GJ (2 points, 9 comments)
    2. Preregistration versus actual weekend (2 points, 2 comments)
  42. 4 points, 1 submission: Alniam
    1. Stage Hosts: 17.01 14:00 CET (4 points, 14 comments)
  43. 4 points, 1 submission: Ekamin
    1. Paying with other person's credit card - how to pre-register correctly? (4 points, 5 comments)
  44. 4 points, 1 submission: Konan87
    1. For those who have been to Ultra Miami and/or EDC. (4 points, 17 comments)
  45. 4 points, 1 submission: MariaTaffy
    1. Not using the transport in my Global Journey Package? (4 points, 5 comments)
  46. 4 points, 1 submission: Zeroniexo
    1. GJ different departures. (4 points, 3 comments)
  47. 4 points, 1 submission: gelatiii
    1. aussie here contemplating going solo! but would love to connect (4 points, 9 comments)
  48. 4 points, 1 submission: hihochopsuey
    1. Global Journey and Chase Sapphire Reserve (4 points, 4 comments)
  49. 4 points, 1 submission: mullbusco
    1. Planning a Trip from New Zealand for 2020 (4 points, 7 comments)
  50. 4 points, 1 submission: rjb63
    1. Why is Cabana cheaper than Dreamlodge & Relax room? (4 points, 9 comments)
  51. 3 points, 2 submissions: dferchaud
    1. Feedback Discover Belgium - Global Journey Package (3 points, 2 comments)
    2. W2 for solo traveler (0 points, 3 comments)
  52. 3 points, 2 submissions: heyitsjae_
    1. First time going to Tomorrowland. I’m not much of a camper, but I would like to experience a Tomorrowland at it’s fullest with all the festivities. Trying to decide between GJ Cabana or GJ Bronze hotel package. What was your experience with either one or both? What would you recommend? (2 points, 16 comments)
    2. Was it hard to get Cabana Full Comfort Passes for Tomorrowland during PreSale in 2018? (1 point, 9 comments)
  53. 3 points, 2 submissions: ironjeans
    1. What is your first, second, and third option for this weekend GJ? (3 points, 19 comments)
    2. Cabana Question (0 points, 3 comments)
  54. 3 points, 2 submissions: projecthurley
    1. Traveling before/after TML (2 points, 10 comments)
    2. Weekend 1 or 2? (1 point, 9 comments)
  55. 3 points, 2 submissions: sdvi17
    1. First time to TML and Europe, seeking Rave buddies to hangout at Dreamville 1P tent area and tour Europe before/after Weekend2 (2 points, 2 comments)
    2. Looking for a Rave buddy(W2) (1 point, 8 comments)
  56. 3 points, 1 submission: PALOMALVES
    1. If i buy a magnificent tent for 1 will i be able to visit some friends in easy tent area? (3 points, 5 comments)
  57. 3 points, 1 submission: Popqorn-Ivette
    1. Tomorrowland 2018 vs Tomorrowland 2019 Global Journey Flight Shop New York & Discover Europe prices on € and $. (3 points, 4 comments)
  58. 3 points, 1 submission: Ssyssy001
    1. Question about top 20 ticket. (3 points, 10 comments)
  59. 3 points, 1 submission: ikerzurutuza
    1. Comfort Pass in Friendship Garden (3 points, 5 comments)
  60. 3 points, 1 submission: mspeerr
    1. Need a +1? (3 points, 17 comments)
  61. 3 points, 1 submission: popovvv
    1. Bassheads? (3 points, 13 comments)
  62. 2 points, 2 submissions: Hdkek
    1. Transportation to and from Brussels (2 points, 8 comments)
    2. Issue with payment method; simple question (0 points, 9 comments)
  63. 2 points, 2 submissions: Thunderstorm926
    1. Avicii (2 points, 5 comments)
    2. Dreamville marketplace and question (0 points, 9 comments)
  64. 2 points, 2 submissions: calTML
    1. General fees + party flight (2 points, 8 comments)
    2. Celebration package (0 points, 7 comments)
  65. 2 points, 2 submissions: nosg0
    1. Magnificent green package (2 points, 5 comments)
    2. How fast do hotels packages go (0 points, 1 comment)
  66. 2 points, 2 submissions: samwellCS
    1. Tomorrowland GJ discover Europe questions (2 points, 10 comments)
    2. Discover Europe party flights? (0 points, 2 comments)
  67. 2 points, 1 submission: Copetegui
    1. GJ purchase questions (2 points, 9 comments)
  68. 2 points, 1 submission: Dimitridegroot
    1. Tomorrowland ticket purchase error. HELP ANYONE ahhhh (2 points, 10 comments)
  69. 2 points, 1 submission: Douglas_Everson
    1. Global Journey: Required info? (2 points, 2 comments)
  70. 2 points, 1 submission: Hydruxs
    1. Tips for Day pass? (2 points, 7 comments)
  71. 2 points, 1 submission: NeverReallySure
    1. Solo Discover Europe (2 points, 3 comments)
  72. 2 points, 1 submission: SuperCoolM8
    1. Discover Belgium (2 points, 0 comments)
  73. 2 points, 1 submission: Zeroto0
    1. First time to Tomorrowland - Discover Europe by myself? (2 points, 9 comments)
  74. 2 points, 1 submission: daphne_op
    1. Reselling ticket? (2 points, 6 comments)
  75. 2 points, 1 submission: gold-dust_
    1. GJ Purchasing Question (2 points, 5 comments)
  76. 2 points, 1 submission: jk1784
    1. Name Change & TML Winter Checks (2 points, 1 comment)
  77. 2 points, 1 submission: kulashaker6
    1. GJ hotel package for 2p question (2 points, 4 comments)
  78. 2 points, 1 submission: letterdevil
    1. Solo Travellers to TML 2019- W2 ONLY (2 points, 18 comments)
  79. 2 points, 1 submission: marcel5am
    1. Relax rooms (2 points, 2 comments)
  80. 2 points, 1 submission: rainbow_winchester22
    1. Splitting a global journey package (2 points, 11 comments)
  81. 2 points, 1 submission: saarakatariina
    1. How well is hard dance music represented at Tomorrowland (2 points, 4 comments)
  82. 2 points, 1 submission: slobothecashew
    1. Tips/Tricks to WW Sale? (2 points, 12 comments)
  83. 2 points, 1 submission: sloxer1994
    1. Any amazing Liquid Drum & Bass artists to check? (2 points, 10 comments)
  84. 2 points, 1 submission: tomorrowlandhopefull
    1. People who have bought tickets before (2 points, 7 comments)
  85. 2 points, 1 submission: xXBlackPantherXx
    1. What do you think the gift will be in point 4.6? (2 points, 9 comments)
  86. 2 points, 1 submission: zztops916
    1. Ensuite? (2 points, 8 comments)
  87. 1 point, 3 submissions: YamaEli
    1. FIRST 20 PAYMENT METHOD (1 point, 8 comments)
    2. GETTING TICKETS (0 points, 11 comments)
    3. GLOBAL JOURNEY WITHOUT GLOBAL JOURNEY (0 points, 4 comments)
  88. 1 point, 2 submissions: Avrij1975
    1. Price difference between normal and comfort is higher by global journey (1 point, 1 comment)
    2. Special 15th year gift in the Treasure Case! (0 points, 10 comments)
  89. 1 point, 2 submissions: Jorgesarrada
    1. Invited pre-party localization (1 point, 10 comments)
    2. Dreamville GJ package (0 points, 4 comments)
  90. 1 point, 2 submissions: Ruddaga
    1. Dreamville Ensuite???? (1 point, 6 comments)
    2. Some of the options in the Simulator not having a drop down box (0 points, 2 comments)
  91. 1 point, 1 submission: AnnaM516
    1. Global Journey Pass from NYC (1 point, 4 comments)
  92. 1 point, 1 submission: Awesome39
    1. Tomorrowlanders coming from Paris (1 point, 5 comments)
  93. 1 point, 1 submission: Brizzledrawnout
    1. Working Payment Options for GJ? (1 point, 6 comments)
  94. 1 point, 1 submission: DoodleyDoodlesss
    1. Photo of timetables 2018+2017 (1 point, 2 comments)
  95. 1 point, 1 submission: Dzavoo
    1. Worldwide Pre-Sale VS. Worldwide Ticket Sale (1 point, 4 comments)
  96. 1 point, 1 submission: Heiimdall
    1. Payment question (1 point, 2 comments)
  97. 1 point, 1 submission: HeisenbergHermano
    1. Selecting Preference During Registration (1 point, 7 comments)
  98. 1 point, 1 submission: I3LiiNk-UK
    1. Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement seahorse whistle necklace from the Treasure Box of Planaxis? I’ve lost mine 😩 (1 point, 3 comments)
  99. 1 point, 1 submission: Isael2437
    1. Question about buying Tomorrowland Tickets (1 point, 12 comments)
  100. 1 point, 1 submission: JFK_5
    1. Tomorrowland Top 20 wrong nationality. (1 point, 7 comments)
  101. 1 point, 1 submission: Kirbuzzz
    1. Payment question (1 point, 2 comments)
  102. 1 point, 1 submission: LozzG
    1. Global journey hotel package only (1 point, 5 comments)
  103. 1 point, 1 submission: Msoelv
    1. are the GJ sim prices with or without the service fee? (1 point, 5 comments)
  104. 1 point, 1 submission: NinjaHatred
    1. Lille GJ bus (1 point, 4 comments)
  105. 1 point, 1 submission: Rainbow300
    1. First time Tomorrowland 2019! Need help and Guidance:) (1 point, 8 comments)
  106. 1 point, 1 submission: SavesTheDy
    1. Friendship Garden Reddit Group? (1 point, 6 comments)
  107. 1 point, 1 submission: Shamatix
    1. Tomorrowland Theme Hotels, any preference? (1 point, 1 comment)
  108. 1 point, 1 submission: Shamatix1
    1. Does staying at a tomorrowland hotel give you access to The Gathering? (1 point, 10 comments)
  109. 1 point, 1 submission: SpaceTimeCam
    1. Question about GJ (1 point, 5 comments)
  110. 1 point, 1 submission: Stoker100
    1. Questions about Belgian Pre-sale (1 point, 2 comments)
  111. 1 point, 1 submission: TIskrev
    1. Debit card for tomorrowland (1 point, 4 comments)
  112. 1 point, 1 submission: Tinuegg
    1. DreamLodge without Gloubal Journey (1 point, 3 comments)
  113. 1 point, 1 submission: Tjampen
    1. Buying packages (1 point, 7 comments)
  114. 1 point, 1 submission: UnusualDiscussion
    1. Is reentry To tomorrowland allowed, if staying in dreamville? (1 point, 12 comments)
  115. 1 point, 1 submission: VaaLio
    1. Friendshipgarden Registration (1 point, 3 comments)
  116. 1 point, 1 submission: ailectre
    1. Discover Belgium no relax, dreamlodge, kokono; cabana option? (1 point, 3 comments)
  117. 1 point, 1 submission: averagealexxx
    1. So has any one successfully purchased tickets with debit card? (1 point, 10 comments)
  118. 1 point, 1 submission: axegyut
    1. Questions about buying tickets (1 point, 4 comments)
  119. 1 point, 1 submission: davebalmada
    1. Magnificent Greens Package (1 point, 7 comments)
  120. 1 point, 1 submission: delkim1
    1. Looking for someone to go with (1 point, 4 comments)
  121. 1 point, 1 submission: hawkeez
    1. Packing my camping stuff to GJ flight (1 point, 4 comments)
  122. 1 point, 1 submission: jfliszar
    1. Does weekend one or two sell out faster? (1 point, 8 comments)
  123. 1 point, 1 submission: jizzytoast
    1. Goodie bag (1 point, 4 comments)
  124. 1 point, 1 submission: martincroston
    1. First time (1 point, 4 comments)
  125. 1 point, 1 submission: n0zkl3r
    1. Magnificent Greens « easy »? (1 point, 3 comments)
  126. 1 point, 1 submission: nburgeson
    1. Dreamville Package purchase advise!!! (1 point, 7 comments)
  127. 1 point, 1 submission: nsnakers
    1. Payment method (1 point, 5 comments)
  128. 1 point, 1 submission: pigpizza
    1. Broken foot (1 point, 5 comments)
  129. 1 point, 1 submission: quabyte
    1. How do you communicate in the festival? (1 point, 10 comments)
  130. 1 point, 1 submission: ragnaroaldset
    1. Accommodations (1 point, 13 comments)
  131. 1 point, 1 submission: ravebaby_still
    1. Camp2Camp Option? (1 point, 3 comments)
  132. 1 point, 1 submission: roguesmoo
    1. Transport to brussels/antwerp after sets? (1 point, 3 comments)
  133. 1 point, 1 submission: satansprincess13
    1. Are Camelbaks allowed? (1 point, 8 comments)
  134. 1 point, 1 submission: sixsevenninesix
    1. Relax Room Question! (1 point, 1 comment)
  135. 1 point, 1 submission: sjdalse
    1. Bringing in food and drink to the camping/accom areas? (1 point, 20 comments)
  136. 1 point, 1 submission: thebigyeezy
    1. Global Journey Packages - Friendship Packages questions (1 point, 1 comment)
  137. 1 point, 1 submission: varvuke
    1. Personalising “first 20” tickets deadline (1 point, 3 comments)
  138. 1 point, 1 submission: wannaminaj
    1. Global Journey from NYC anyone? (1 point, 0 comments)
  139. 1 point, 1 submission: yairl202
    1. Dreamville or Hotel? (1 point, 5 comments)
  140. 0 points, 2 submissions: nivapo1995
    1. Discover Europe package for 1 person (0 points, 2 comments)
    2. I'm not in the top 20. What are my chances to get a ticket for Discover Europe? (0 points, 16 comments)
  141. 0 points, 1 submission: ASAFLP
    1. What do you think about the prices of Tomorrowland? (0 points, 19 comments)
  142. 0 points, 1 submission: AbdulTR
    1. question (0 points, 10 comments)
  143. 0 points, 1 submission: Alelitt94
    1. Purchasing the tickets, I NEED HELP ASAP! (0 points, 2 comments)
  144. 0 points, 1 submission: AshuPirateKing
    1. new guy who never went to tommorowland (0 points, 5 comments)
  145. 0 points, 1 submission: ByFuentes
    1. Need help with the Belgian Presale! (0 points, 16 comments)
  146. 0 points, 1 submission: CatGaspMeme
    1. Bringing legal supplements to DreamVille (0 points, 9 comments)
  147. 0 points, 1 submission: DJBubu
    1. Worldwide Pre-Sale = Belgium Sale? (0 points, 1 comment)
  148. 0 points, 1 submission: Digiclam
    1. WhatsApp group for Tomorrowland 2019 Alright everyone, maybe a little keen but here’s a group for the biggest party on earth! (0 points, 2 comments)
  149. 0 points, 1 submission: Envy7
    1. Belgian friend buying the tickets? (0 points, 13 comments)
  150. 0 points, 1 submission: Gordon_Coming
    1. How hard is it to get Tickets (0 points, 10 comments)
  151. 0 points, 1 submission: Hubius
    1. Can’t access their website. Everything else works except for their website. First it stopped working on my laptop but now I can’t even buy thetickets when the sale starts. Anyone knows how to solve this? (0 points, 9 comments)
  152. 0 points, 1 submission: JKaylo1
    1. Diplo @ Tomorrowland? (0 points, 4 comments)
  153. 0 points, 1 submission: JRM31
    1. Feel like this should a TML Theme!!! See you all in July (hopefully) 😁 (0 points, 0 comments)

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2018.11.30 22:41 SubotaiKhan Que software recomiendan?

Snappy Driver: Actualiza todos los drivers de tu PC, e incluso detecta cuales te faltan y los descarga e instala.
PatchMyPC: Este es genial. Sirve para descargar otros programas en su ultima version, y te actualiza de manera silenciosa todos tus programas, incluso aquellos que tengas versiones piratas.
Stremio: Para ver peliculas y series.
DeezLoader Remaster: Para descargar musica, albums o discografias enteras. Todos con cover, y los metadatos completos y bien ordenaditos.
Musescore: Si sos de descargar partituras de musescore, esta aplicacion te permite cambiarle algunas cosas a la partitura: como que solo te salga un instrumento, que aparezcan los nombres de las notas, eliminar voces, etc.
WinDirStar: Te permite visualizar que archivos y carpetas estan ocupando mucho espacio en tu disco duro. Ideal para hacer limpieza.
Calibre: Como lo mencione, es el programa necesario para pasar los libros a tu Kindle.
Franz: Podes tener todas las apps de comunicacion en un solo programa, sin tener que loguearte cada vez que prendes la PC. Actualmente te deja meterle:
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2017.12.13 00:21 AmericanChemist Offering: English (native / US) -- Seeking: Spanish

About Me: I'm male, I was born in the US, I have a strong interest in science, especially chemistry and biology. I have studied linguistics and etymology. I like Star Trek and Breaking Bad. I love discussing music, politics, ethics, or really anything. I am curious to hear about your job and the country you live in.
Sobre mí: Soy un hombre, nací en los Estados Unidos, me fascinan las ciencias, en particular la química y la biología. He estudiado la lingüística y la etimología. Me gustan Star Trek y Breaking Bad. Me encanta discutir la música, la política, la ética, o sinceramente cualquier cosa. Tengo curiosidad por oír historias acerca de tu trabajo o tu país.
Métodos de comunicación: Soy muy flexible. Tengo el horario flexible. Me gusta email, es muy fácil y cómodo. No he usado WhatsApp pero puedo empezar. Suelo usar Google Hangouts (Google Chat, con o sin video y voz), Skype, y Zoom.
¡Muchas gracias!
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2016.04.11 11:12 clearliquidclearjar WEEKLY EVENTS 4/11 – 4/18

This is LGBT Pride week, so go enjoy the fact that you don’t live in North Carolina.
Happening this week: WVFS Quadrennial Pledge Drive: The WVFS Quadrennial Pledge drive will kick off at 6:00AM on Friday, April 8th and run until 8:00AM on Friday, April 15th! During this time we will solicit listener support around the clock, asking donors to log onto www.wvfs.fsu.edu to make their contribution, or call 850-644-1837 to have a volunteer guide them through the process. As a thank you to our supporters, we are offering a selection of premium merchandise, exclusive to the pledge drive, most of which include the stations iconic winged logo. Almost all donations go directly toward station expenses. Past donations have helped the station upgrade power (from 270 watts to 2700 watts to 7000 watts!), purchase a new broadcast transmitter, repair equipment in emergency situations, and purchase station merchandise for the purpose of fundraising. With recent budget cuts, and a more than $10,000 cut from the WVFS budget, we are more dependent than ever on these funds for otherwise normal expenses and daily operating costs. Our goal for the 2016 WVFS Quadrennial Pledge Drive is $50,000— an easily achievable goal if our many dedicated listeners are willing to donate!
Tally’s Independent Cinema and Theater Offerings:
Check here for the current run of excursions offered by Camp Folks. If you want to check out the local outdoors, this seems to be a good group to go with.
MONDAY 4/11
  • Jim Moran Institute: Tech Talk for Entrepreneurs. 11:30am
  • Wolf’s Den (Dixie Dr): JEFF ZAGERS / Cleats / Burundanga (1st Gig) / Ignu. 7pm/$5/all ages
TUESDAY 4/12
  • Tallahassee Buddhist Community in RR Sq: Power Flow Yoga hosted by the Yoga Club at FSU. “This a series of WEEKLY classes hosted by the Yoga Club and taught by our exec board member Leah Means. Classes hosted by the Yoga Club at FSU are always 100% free/by donation to both FSU students and members of our community! Appropriate for all levels! Donations are always accepted, especially since the TBC is saving up for a new larger meditation and retreat space.” 5pm/free or donations
  • Madison Social: Trivia Social. They do half and half theme and miscellaneous, so check their FB every week for an event page. 7pm
  • Brass Tap in Midtown: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Northside Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank. 50 questions of sweet, sweet trivia. Win a pizza! Use your brain! 7:30pm/free
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Trivia With John Carpenter. This is a fun, lively night. 7:30pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: Trivia Factory. 7:30pm
  • Fourth Quarter: Trivia With Professor Jim. AUCE wings. Truly a trivia favorite. 8pm
  • Krewe de Gras: Karaoke With Pete. 8:30pm
  • Atmosphere Pub: Open Mic "SingeSong Writer" Edition. 9pm
  • Applebees on the Parkway: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Pockets Pool: Karaoke with Dwight. 10pm/21+
  • HalfTime Pie Pub: Flippin Tuesday! w/Black Tarzan. “The finest selection of Trap x Twerk x EDM x BassWave vibes.” 10pm/$3 guys, free for ladies/18+
  • Giggle Indoor Play Center: The Ultimate Book Swap with Elmo & Cookie Monster! “KIDS: Do you have a book you no longer read or you've outgrown? Bring that book to Giggles on April 12th to exchange for a new one! Choose from over 200 books! From babies' and toddlers' board books to graphic novels and chapter books..ALL AGES ARE WELCOME! Feel free to curl up with your new book and start reading! There will also be a Sesame Street Storytime for those who want to listen, plus a special visit with Elmo and Cookie Monster!! I hear Cookie Monster is even bringing some of his fresh baked chocolate chip cookies! YUM!” 4pm/$5 per child
  • Juicy Blue Tapas Bar: Summer Gill. 5pm
  • Dave’s Pizza Garage: Super Smash Bros. Melee Tournament. Sign-ups begin at 6:00 PM, tournament will begin at 6:30 PM. $2 venue fee, $3 entry fee. First place gets the pot. Free large pizza coupon of your choosing for second prize. Tournament will be standard double elimination. Highly recommeneded that you bring your own controller!
  • Skate World: Tallahassee Pridefest Family Skate Party hosted by Sigma Nu Beta, Inc. 6:30pm/$6.50 and Skates $4 &, mention Pridefest or Sigma Nu Beta at the door
  • Ruby Diamond: University Concert Band Concert. “Come dance with the University Concert Band as we perform works by Dello Joio, Ewazen, Gorb and Williams.” 8pm
WEDNESDAY 4/13
  • Bird’s Oyster Shack: Wednesday Night Lab Session Hosted by Jim Crozier, featuring Lori Kline. 6pm
  • Fermentation Lounge: Quizmaster General Knowledge Trivia. “Quizmaster is hosted by Bennett Miller from 7-9pm every Wednesday, and features three rounds of general knowledge trivia (and a weekly food special). It is free to play and teams of up to 6 are welcome. The winner of each round receives a sample flight, and the Quizmaster for the night receives a $25 gift card and serious credit on Geek Street.” 7pm
  • Brass Tap on Gaines: Trivia. Check their FB page for the theme. 7pm
  • Hurricane Grill & Wings: Trivia With Greg. 7pm
  • GrassLands Brewing Company: BYOBG! Bring Your Own Board Game. “Our gracious host, Trevor Bond, will be featuring one game each week. Feel free to bring your own games to play & share.” 7pm/21+
  • The Junction at Monroe: $100 Cash Prize LIVE BAND Karaoke. 7pm/$10 coveBYOB
  • The Fox and Stag: Ladies Night with DJ Loden. 7pm-9pm.
  • Crum Box Gastgarden: Bar Trivia With Hank. ONE WEEK ONLY! (Proof has a private event.) Eat house-made sausages and show off all those random factoids you thought you’d never use. 7:30pm/no cover
  • Krewe de Gras: Trivia with Mr. Matt. $40 first prize 8pm
  • The Warehouse: Open Mic. “There is a lottery for time slots. Now smoke free!” 8pm
  • Burrito Boarder: Karaoke With Nathan. 8pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • Bird’s: Comedy Night. I’m pretty sure this is both a performance and an open mic. 9:30pm/free
  • 201 Diffenbaugh: V89 Summer Cattle Call. “If you're interested in getting involved with WVFS Tallahassee, now is your chance! We are hiring in all departments: Announcing, Production, News, Sports, Public Relations, Development, and Continuity. No experience is required! Join us at the date/location listed below to learn more information about our different departments and to apply. Attendance is required for the opportunity to apply for certain limited-access departments. Hope to see you there!” 6pm
  • Doubletree: Essence of Spring Fashion Show. 7pm
  • Aloft: Jason Taylor. 8pm
THURSDAY 4/14
  • Lake Ella Area: Food Truck Thursday featuring Tall Combo. 6pm
  • Junction @ Monroe: Open Mic. “The only open mic that pays the performers! Bring your instruments and play an open slot or just come and be entertained in Tallahassee's best sounding room!” Doors and registration open at 7pm/$10/BYOB (no coolers, cups, or non-alcoholic drinks allowed)
  • HalfTime Pie Pub: Trivia. Check the Pub FB page for a theme and possible bonus points. 8pm
  • Crum Box Gastgarden: Thursday Evening Sessions with Libby O'Neill. 8pm
  • Gaines Street Pies: Bar Trivia With Hank @ Warhorse Whiskey Bar. With a picture round! Sound round! Speed round! Hoarder’s Delight drawing! And all the other trivias! Win a delicious 18” pizza! 8pm
  • Dux (Crawfordville): Karaoke with Big Bob. $25 bar tab given away every week. 8:30pm-12:30pm
  • Midtown Caboose: Trivia Factory. 8:30pm
  • Pockets: Karaoke Dance Party with Keith Welch. 9pm/21+
  • Applebees on Cap Cir: Karaoke with Amanda Goram. 10pm
  • Birds: Karaoke Hosted By Jumpin Jams. Some of the most diverse and longest running karaoke in town. 10pm
  • Down Below (Under Barnacle Bills): Karaoke with Davin. 10pm
  • Coosh's Bayou Rouge: The Big Easy IPA Tour. “We’ll be rolling into Tallahassee with the music of the Young Pin Stripe brass band, free samples of our new Big Easy Session IPA, Abita giveaways and plenty of Mardi Gras beads and mayhem!” 5pm
  • 621 Gallery: Climate Change: a lecture by Dr. Jeff Chanton. “Come down to 621 Gallery on Thursday April 14th to hear a lecture by Dr. Jeff Chanton on the subject of climat change. Dr. Jeff Chanton is a professor at FSU's department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science.” 6pm/free
  • Proof Brewing: The Fried Turkeys. 6pm
  • Civic Center: An Evening with James Franco. 6pm
  • FSU CGE: Intercultural Program Series: Islands of Indonesia. “This ICP features members of the FSU Gamelan Ensemble! Come to the Globe Auditorium 4/14 at 7Pm to learn about the Islands of Indonesia through music, dance, food, and more!” 7pm
FRIDAY 4/15
  • Parlay Sports Bar: Karaoke with Big Bob. 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Paul. 8:30pm
  • Just One More: Karaoke with Roger. 9pm
  • 926 Lounge (Formerly Pugs): The Friday Night Party. “Get ready to dance your A$$ off at the Club-Side Party from 9pm to 2am with high energy music from DJ Carben and DJ Double G along with the best show in Tallahassee at midnight starring Ms. Debra Adams and members of our fabulous Queen team!” 9pm/$5/18+
  • Down Below (Under Barnacle Bill’s): Karaoke with DJ Scott Long. 10pm
  • Stetsons @ The Moon: Karaoke with Johnny Ray. 10pm/$5/18+
  • B Sharps Jazz Café: FRISKY FRIDAYS (LGBT Party). “CALLING all LESBIANS, GAYS, BISEXUALS, TRANSSEXUALS, and Curious of Tallahassee---> new GAY spot for the men and women...bois and girls!” 11pm
  • Integration Statue: Florida State Hug Fest. 11am
  • Cigars of Tally: Espinosa Cigar event with Eric Espinosa! 4pm
  • Cascades Park: Southern Shakespeare Festival Comedy of Errors. “The world of midway carnivals are competitive and cutthroat! If you’re a magician looking for your long-lost twin brother, don’t even THINK of setting foot on rival carnival grounds! It’s going to cost you, just like your father’s death sentence for the same offense. This is the Southern Shakespeare Festival’s backdrop for The Comedy of Errors, coming to the Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park on April 15, 16 & 17, 2016. It is one of the Bard’s earlier plays and is full of exuberance, mistaken identities, and slapstick humor, sprinkled with some of the poetry of the human condition that Shakespeare is best known for.” 5:30pm/free
  • Giggle Indoor Play Center: Princess Party Family Night! “Pizza Dinner, Dessert, Open Play, & Meet the Princesses!” 6pm/$25 per family
  • Oglesby Union: Spring Fling 2016. “Join Union Productions in the Oglesby Union for our annual Spring Fling! This year’s event will feature hot dogs via Dog Et Al, popsicles courtesy of DIVA POPS, funnel cakes, french fries, a rock wall, a ferris wheel, carnival games, face painting, and Paint-a-Pot.” 7pm/GP $15/all ages
  • 926 Bar & Grill: VIXENS & VIBES Tallahassee PrideFest 2016 Women's Variety Show. “As always, we will have a hot mix of old favorites and new favorites performing everything from Burlesque & Poetry to Hip-hop & Bellydancing! Good Vibes, Naughty Vixens. Enough Said.” 7:30pm
  • Ruby Diamond: University Symphony Orchestra Season Finale! “The program will not only feature works by all British composers but these works also have a unique theme throughout them: war. Each of the works featured on this concert tie back to war as these gifted and observant composers saw it.” 8pm
  • Club Downunder: Elle King w/ Clear Plastic Masks. 8:30pm/GP $15/18+
  • Side Bar: V89 Presents: Menace Beach - One More Time! 9pm/$5 general public, free for FSU/18+
  • Carolina Haus: Rotten Collective Presents: VILE BODY/SPEW Tape Release w/ Bruiser, Spooky Action Space Captain, ECHO BASE, and BRODOG BDAY. 9pm/$5/all ages
  • Atmosphere Pub: ELISIUM, ERA 9 and Days to Come, The Helvetica Effect, & TBA. 9pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: Mac Arnold. 9pm
SATURDAY 4/16
  • Park at Monroe: The Downtown Marketplace. 9am
  • Corner of Georgia & Macomb: Frenchtown Farmers’ Market. “The Frenchtown Heritage Market offers a wide variety of fresh, naturally grown produce. Live music, cooking demos, fruits vegetables, and honey sold directly by farmers.” I bought some beet jelly there last week, and it’s delicious. 9am – 1pm.
  • Wakulla Springs Lodge: Bob Carey on Piano. “Come on out and bring along your vocal chops, browse through my lyrics book, pick up one of my pass-around mics and sing your heart out, or just grab a stool and enjoy a fun filled evening of music and dancing. Full bar open til late.” 7pm
  • Salty Dawg: Karaoke with Paul. Family friendly! 8pm
  • Leggetts: Karaoke with Cowboy Chris. 9pm
  • El Patron: Pasion Latina. Bachata, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton. 9pm
  • Down Below (Under Barnacle Bills): Karaoke With Devin. If you want to sing and drink cheap beer and liquor and not have to wait for huge crowds, this is your spot. 10pm
  • 926 Lounge: Sanctuary (formerly Blue Monday). 10pm
  • Messer Field: Gulf Winds Track Club's 2016 Palace Saloon 5K. 8am
  • Quincy: Red Eye Velo Stage Race 2016. 8am
  • Tallahassee Junior Museum: STOMPing Out Type 2 Diabetes. Bunch of fun stuff. 8:30am/free admission
  • Gramlings: Gramlings Spring Celebration. “Celebrate Springtime down at Gramlings! We'll have plants, seed, and booths to explore!” 9am-3pm
  • Wakulla Springs: Wakulla Wildlife Festival "Go Native". “Great family events with exhibits, music, tours. Book tours early.” 9am
  • Downtown Parks: 16th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival. “Come down to the 16th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival! April 16th & 17th from 10 AM to 5 PM. Rain or shine! Free admission. Walk under Tallahassee's majestic oak trees & see 150+ juried artists displaying & selling their fine art. Check out The Village which holds Demonstration Row with arists demonstrating their art process, our Community Partners & 10 Children's Pop-Up Studios with free make & take crafts for the kids! Don't forget to meet our namesake Jacques LeMoyne at his 1560s encampment!” 10am-5pm
  • Camp Folks: Camp Folks' Gear Swap! “This is an opportunity for Tallahassee's outdoor community to meet up, chat about outdoor stuff, and exchange/sell/buy gear. Whether you're into hiking, scuba, kayaking, climbing, biking, camping, or looking for a new outdoor hobby, this is going to be an event you're not going to want to miss! FREE to enter! $10 for a whole table, $5 half table, $0 BYOT (bring your own table) to sell your gear. Register to sell online at http://campfolks.com/gearswap. Camp Folks will provide tables (bring your own chair), snacks, and drinks. Outside vendors are welcome! We ask that you keep your items limited to outdoor gear only and that you clean your gear and have it in selling-condition. Please do not bring knives, guns, or anything that can be used as a weapon.” 10am-5pm
  • Giggles Indoor Play Center: Meet FireFighters & Fire Truck Display! 10am
  • Kleman Plaza: Colors of Faith - Tallahassee PRIDEFEST 2016. “Join Tallahassee's open and affirming faith-based congregations for an interfaith service leading up to the kickoff of Tallahassee PRIDEFEST's Pride in the Plaza event!” 11am/free/all ages
  • Kleman Plaza: Pride in the Plaza. “This is THE premier event of Tallahassee PRIDEFEST! Come to Kleman Plaza, in the heart of downtown Tallahassee, and join us as we celebrate pride! Entertainment all afternoon on the main stage, food and vendors throughout the park, a Kids Zone, and more! With a family-friendly atmosphere, it’s free and open to everyone!” Noon
  • Athena’s Garden: A Day of Tarot and Tea at Athena's. 1pm-5pm
  • Proof Brewing: Pints for Pups. “Spring is finally upon us and beautiful weather means awesome events to attend. We would love if you could come out and support us as we put on a great event for a great cause! Enter the bocce ball tournament or just come to proof to have a few pints and hangout with friends. Proceeds will go towards a donation to the Leon County Humane Society. Information and volunteers will be present to ask questions about how to donate to the shelteadopt animals. FYI: Bring your dogs! Proof is dog friendly.” 2pm/Tournament Entry Fee: $12 per team
  • Cascades Park: Southern Shakespeare Festival Comedy of Errors. “The world of midway carnivals are competitive and cutthroat! If you’re a magician looking for your long-lost twin brother, don’t even THINK of setting foot on rival carnival grounds! It’s going to cost you, just like your father’s death sentence for the same offense. This is the Southern Shakespeare Festival’s backdrop for The Comedy of Errors, coming to the Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park on April 15, 16 & 17, 2016. It is one of the Bard’s earlier plays and is full of exuberance, mistaken identities, and slapstick humor, sprinkled with some of the poetry of the human condition that Shakespeare is best known for.” 5:30pm/free
  • 621 Gallery: Art for Dinner. “Art for Dinner is 621 Gallery's spring benefit featuring good food, good drinks, and fantastic art!” 6pm/$50 for members and $60 for non-members
  • Atmosphere Pub: Invented Truths EP Release Party! W/ Timid Tongues, Turkey Scratch, and TBA. 8pm
  • The Wolf’s Den: Woset, Roamer X, Deterritory, Blair Sound Design. 8pm
  • TV Land: Caffiends, Nostradogmus, Seattle Fucking Supersonics, Fraidykat, Tragwag. 8pm/$5/all ages
  • Club Downunder: D∆WN w/ Lord Raja. 8:30pm/GP $20/18+
  • Krewe de Gras: Highway 85. 9pm
  • Just One More: PUBLIC ADDRESS BAND. 9pm
  • Bradfordville Blues Club: The Damon Fowler Group. 10pm
  • The Moon: TRICK DADDY & TRINA. 10pm/$30
  • Mint Lounge: Pridefest Official After Party. 11pm/$5 21+ $10 18-21
SUNDAY 4/17
  • Lake Ella: Sunday Brunch. “The Spring Concert Series is here! Come out to Lake Ella every Sunday for food trucks and live music!” 11am-2pm
  • Salty Dawg Pub & Deli: The Famous Acoustic Jam w/ Wayne, Glenn, and Bo. Open mic, free beer for performers. 6pm
  • Downtown Parks: 16th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival. “Come down to the 16th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival! April 16th & 17th from 10 AM to 5 PM. Rain or shine! Free admission. Walk under Tallahassee's majestic oak trees & see 150+ juried artists displaying & selling their fine art. Check out The Village which holds Demonstration Row with arists demonstrating their art process, our Community Partners & 10 Children's Pop-Up Studios with free make & take crafts for the kids! Don't forget to meet our namesake Jacques LeMoyne at his 1560s encampment!” 10am-5pm
  • Bradley’s Country Store: Bags for Wags a Fundraiser for the Leon County Humane Society. “Join us for our first tournament of the year at Bradley's Country Store to raise funds and awareness for the Leon County Humane Society. Proceeds from entry fee to cornhole tournament will be split 50/50 between the winners of the tournament and LCHS.” Noon-5pm
  • Cascades Park: Southern Shakespeare Festival Comedy of Errors. “The world of midway carnivals are competitive and cutthroat! If you’re a magician looking for your long-lost twin brother, don’t even THINK of setting foot on rival carnival grounds! It’s going to cost you, just like your father’s death sentence for the same offense. This is the Southern Shakespeare Festival’s backdrop for The Comedy of Errors, coming to the Capital City Amphitheater at Cascades Park on April 15, 16 & 17, 2016. It is one of the Bard’s earlier plays and is full of exuberance, mistaken identities, and slapstick humor, sprinkled with some of the poetry of the human condition that Shakespeare is best known for.” 5:30pm/free
  • Ruby Diamond: With Good Company. “Join The Florida State's University Singers in a joint concert with the Universidad de Puerto Rico en Arecibo's Cantoría for a night of worldly music and good company, featuring conductors Kevin Fenton and Joamel González-Soto.” 8pm/GP $10
  • 217 Cactus St: Jordy Searcy, Lyss & Rob. “The Voice Contestant and Nashville based singesongwriter, Jordy Searcy (Season 7, Team Pharrell), will be touring through to play an engaging concert showcasing his favorite originals!” 8pm
  • Club Downunder: SALES w/ Surface to Air Missive & Naps. 8:30pm/GP $10/18+
MONDAY 4/18
  • Burrito Boarder: Bar Trivia With Hank. $30 food & bar tab for first place. Specials on shots and $2 margaritas. 7 :30pm
  • Waterworks: Patio Theater. 8:30pm/21+
  • 926 Bar & Grill: Karaoke With Nathan. Drink specials and the best selection of songs in town. 9pm
Keep checking back, sometimes I update. Got anything to add?
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2014.09.11 13:34 PodemosTurismo PRIMERA ASAMBLEA de PODEMOS TURISMO

Convocatoria de la PRIMERA ASAMBLEA de PODEMOS TURISMO para el próximo sábado 13 de septiembre a las 10 de la mañana, será por hangout (el chat de google), iniciaré las pruebas del canal a las 9,45h cuando os enviaré la invitación a participar, conviene que tengáis el ordenador encendido y estéis logueados en google con el hangout habilitado, y a las 10 puntualmente empezaremos con el orden del día que tengamos en el titianpad https://titanpad.com/CElwMoY8Qz
Si alguno no ha probado el tema del hangout aún aquí tiene unas indicaciones: http://www.google.com/intl/es_es/+/learnmore/hangouts/
Pues eso es todo... venga que tenemos mucho trabajo y nuestra contribución al proyecto de Podemos es muy necesaria.
Un abrazo a todos!
PD: a los despistados y nuevas incorporaciones enviad un mail a [email protected]
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2014.09.05 02:16 nonfiction_1968 Attended My First In-Store Event - Drew Estate/Joya de Nicaragua

Preface: I've only been smoking cigars since June, I seem to have CAD, I'm introverted. Wall of text incoming.
Stogie's on Grand in St. Paul held an event tonight, still going as I type, featuring Drew Estate and Joya de Nicaragua. Both Fabien and Wild Bill were there.
Being this was my first event I wasn't really sure what to expect. I left work a little early hoping to beat the crowd but expecting one anyway. After driving around the block several times to find a parking spot I noticed it didn't look like many people were there.
As I'm walking up a couple guys are walking out with handfuls of cigars, excellent! One of the guys working there was out front grilling and chatting and herfing. I go in, am greeted with a hello and given the basics. Buy 3 get 1 free, buy 10 get in on "the game"...cool.
I head into the humidor and Fabien and Wild Bill are talking to a few guys about the cigars and other misc stuff. Apparently Fabien was in Mexico this past weekend and bought a giant box of Tic Tacs, which he showed me on his phone and was giant. There were only 4 of us in there with them and the other guys were asking a lot of questions. Introvert, I stood by and listened, absorbing the descriptions of the cigars, profiles, how they burn and how the profiles change.
I grab a couple of this and a couple of that. They had many JdN, Liga 9's, T52's nothing really too hard to find like Rats or Pigs. I'm still listening, I've got 6 cigars in my hand, I ask Fabien what "the game" is. Apparently his dice were confiscated by the airline so the game was a number game. He would hold up fingers behind his back, then I would guess a number between 1-10. The difference between our numbers would be the number of free cigars I would get with my purchase of 10..cool, might as well grab a couple more.
Here's what I was holding
2 x JdN Celabracion Toro
2 x Nica Rsutica El Brujito
2 x JdN Cabinetta Serie #4
1 x Papas Fritas
1 x Herrera Esteli Toro
2 x JdN Joya Red Robusto - Which apparently was only released a few weeks ago.
I've not had any of these, only smoked a couple DE so far in my short journey into cigars.
The Game - since I was holding 10 I got to go head to head with Fabien. He put his hands behind his back and in an attempt to fluster me started wiggling his eyebrows and making faces...odd but entertaining. I say to him, "well, do I go high or do I go low?" at that point Wild Bill has moved behind him and is motioning with his eyes to go high, I say 9...why I didn't say 10 is beyond me.
Winner, Fabein had 2 fingers held behind his back, I got 7 free cigars. The free cigars were in bundles at the register. I got to choose what I wanted but I said it made little difference because I hadn't had any of them before. I got 3 Acids that I could give to my wife and 4 others for myself.
The Freebies
2 x Acid Kuba Kuba
1 x Acid Toast
2 x JdN Cabinetta Serie #27
2 x JdN Antano 1970 Consul
On the way out with a huge smile on my face the fellow grilling offered me a dog..I had to get home to get my son from football practice but I accepted and took it to go.
Overall great experience, met a couple very cool, knowledgeable guys and had a spectacular dog. Only bad thing was that I didn't have time to hangout and herf.
TL;DR Went to my first in-store event, bought some sticks, got free sticks, met cool guys and got a free hot dog.
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2013.08.05 00:12 cech_mate Match Thread: International Friendly - Chelsea vs AC Milian - [23:30 BST/6:30 p.m. EDT/3:30 p.m. PDT]

Guinness International Champions Cup - International Friendly - Chelsea FC vs AC Milian
Kick-Off: 23:30 BST (23:30 BST/6:30 p.m. EDT/3:30 p.m. PDT)
Venue: MetLife Stadium, Field, Above
Capacity: 82,566
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA
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Manager: José Mourinho
Starting XI: 4-2-3-1
# Pos. Name Age HT WT Birthplace
1 GK Petr Čech 31 6'4" 202 Czech Republic
2 DF Branislav Ivanović 29 6'2" 190 Serbia
26 DF John Terry 33 6'1" 199 England
24 DF Gary Cahill 28 6'2" 156 England
3 DF Ashley Cole 33 5'8" 146 England
16 MF Marco van Ginkel 20 6'1" 148 Netherland
7 MF Ramires 26 5'9" 161 Brazil
17 MF Eden Hazard 22 5'6" 123 Belgium
11 MF Oscar 22 5'9" 146 Brazil
10 MF Juan Mata 25 5'7" 134 Spain
19 FW Romelu Lukaku 20 6'3" 221 Belgium
44 GK Mark Schwarzer 40 6'5" 209 Australia
40 GK Henrique Hilário 37 6'2" 194 Portugal
46 GK Jamal Blackman 19 6'4" 180 England
28 DF César Azpilicueta 24 5'8" 154 Spain
34 DF Ryan Bertrand 24 5'9" 187 England
4 DF David Luiz 26 6'2" 185 Brazil
12 MF John Mikel Obi 26 6'2" 190 Nigeria
5 MF Michael Essien 30 5'10" 188 England
8 MF Frank Lampard 35 6'0" 194 England
13 MF Victor Moses 23 5'8" 168 Nigeria
15 MF Kevin De Bruyne 22 5'11" 168 Belgium
14 FW André Schürrle 22 6'0" 163 Germany
9 FW Fernando Torres 29 6'0" 154 Spain
29 FW Demba Ba 28 6'2" 187 Senegal
Chelsea Starting XI: Cech; Azpilicueta, Ivanovic, Cahill, Bertrand; Van Ginkel, Essien; De Bruyne, Oscar, Hazard; Ba
Subs: Schwarzer, Cole, Terry, Ramires, Mata, Mikel, Torres, Moses, Lukaku, Schurrle.
AC Milian
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Starting XI: 4-3-3
# Pos. Name Age HT WT Birthplace
1 GK Marco Amelia 31 6'2" 198 Italy
32 GK Christian Abbiati 36 6'3" 203 Italy
59 GK Gabriel 21 6'3" 198 Brazil
2 D Mattia De Sciglio 21 6'0" 163 Italy
5 DF Philippe Mexes 31 6'1" 181 France
14 DF Salamon Bartosz 22 6'2" x Poland
17 DF Cristian Zapata 27 6'1" 181 Colombia
25 DF Daniele Bonera 32 6'0" 163 Italy
35 DF Dídac Vilá 24 6'0" 163 Spain
77 DF Luca Antonini 31 5'10" 154 Italy
81 DF Cristian Zaccardo 32 6'0" 170 Italy
0 DF Bartosz Salamon 22 6'5" 185 Poland
4 MF Sulley Muntari 29 5'9" 168 Ghana
8 MF Antonio Nocerino 28 5'7" 165 Italy
10 MF Kevin-Prince Boateng 26 6'1" 190 Germany
12 MF Bakaye Traoré 28 6'1" 170 France
18 MF Riccardo Montolivo 28 5'9" 143 Italy
28 MF Urby Emanuelson 27 5'9" x Netherlands
34 MF Nigel De Jong 29 5'7" 159 Netherlands
36 MF Bryan Cristante 18 6'2" x Italy
0 M Rodney Strasser 23 5'10" 176 Sierra Leone
0 MF Riccardo Saponara 21 6'0" 161 Italy
7 FW Robinho 28 5'6" 132 Brazil
11 FW Giampaolo Pazzini 28 5'9" 163 Italy
19 FW Mbaye Niang 19 6'0" 165 France
45 FW Mario Balotelli 22 6'2" 194 Italy
90 FW Nnamdi Oduamadi 22 5'9" 143 Nigeria
92 FW Stephan El Shaarawy 20 5"10" 159 Italy
AC Milan Starting XI: Abbiati; Antonini, Zapata, Silvestre, Emanuelson; De Jong, Muntari, Montolivo; Boateng; Balotelli, El-Shaarawy
Match Stats
CFC HT Statistics ACM
0 Goals 0
0 Shots 0
0 On Goal 0
0 Corners 0
0 Saves 0
0 Fouls 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Yellow 0
0 Red 0
0% Possession 0%
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