Cubicle Warrior’s UFC 219 Predictions

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UFC 219: Cyborg vs. Holm

December 30, 2017

T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

Cubicle Warrior’s TL;DR picks: Justino, Nurmagomedov, Diakiese, Calvillo, Condit, Rountree, Jury, Vettori, Nicolau

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Cubicle Warrior’s Ranking of the Star Wars Movies

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Star Wars fans are often divided when it comes to ranking the best or favorite movies in the franchise. These rankings are no doubt shaped by the viewer experience. I was too young to watch the first Star Wars film in the theater, and I lived outside the United States during the release of the movies from the original trilogy.

Here are my favorite Star Wars movies ranked from first to not first, based entirely on my personal, subjective criteria. Although now that I look back at these rankings, they do seem to coincide with three factors: the order in which I saw them, the choreography of the lightsaber duels, and lack of annoying characters (Gungans and Ewoks).

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Here’s a toast to Major Matt Racine

Here’s a toast to the host

Of those who love the vastness of the sky,

To a friend we send a message of his brother men who fly.

We drink to those who gave their all of old

Then down we roar to score the rainbow’s pot of gold.

A toast to the host of men we boast, the U.S. Air Force!

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My List of Potential Successors to Jim McElwain

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Looking back at Jim McElwain

I want to like Jim McElwain, but the way he handled the issue with death threats against him has made me question his integrity and his dedication to the University of Florida football program. I get it– being head coach of the University of Florida is hard, stressful, and often thankless. I also understand that these conditions may not be worth $12.9 million, and fans like me will never understand the issues with being head coach at Florida. That being said, I can think of a few people who might be willing to accept the challenges that come with being the head ball coach in Gainesville, and who might provide a fresh perspective for $4 million per year.

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