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2023.03.22 04:24 Matthew_McMillen_323 Fantasy Booking WWE’s Main Event Scene from after WrestleMania 39 to WrestleMania 40
According to reports, Triple H apparently has WWE’s main event scene mapped out from right after WrestleMania 39 until 2024. So in this fantasy booking scenario, I try to predict who is in WWE’s main event scene at every PLE from Backlash 2023 to WrestleMania 40
-Backlash 2023: The Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Cody Rhodes and the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens vs. Roman Reigns, Jimmy Uso, and Solo Sikoa w/ Paul Heyman
-King and Queen of the Ring 2023: Cody Rhodes(c) vs. Randy Orton for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship (GUNTHER wins the KOTR crown and Bayley (in her in-ring return since being attacked by her former Damage CTRL stablemates after losing to Becky Lynch/Trish Stratus/Lita at WM39 and a subsequent face turn) wins the QOTR crown guaranteeing them a title match at SummerSlam)
-Money in the Bank 2023: Cody Rhodes(c) vs. Drew McIntyre (having turned heel after losing in a Triple Threat match for the Intercontinental Championship to Sheamus at WM39) for the WWE Championship, Jey Uso vs. Pete Dunne for the World Heavyweight Championship (the Universal title has been retired by Triple H and now the Big Gold Belt has been revived with a tournament to crown a new World Heavyweight Champion with the finals at MITB. Jey Uso having left the Bloodline after costing his cousin Roman Reigns the undisputed title at WM39 gets his shot at a world title against the former Brawling Brute, Butch having returned to his NXT gimmick, the “Bruiserweight” Pete Dunne, in front of his home nation with momentum. Cody Rhodes meanwhile has brought back the Winged Eagle title belt design for the WWE Championship after the WWE Draft), Asuka(c) vs. Iyo Sky for the Raw Women’s Championship, and Rhea Ripley(c) vs. Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women’s Championship (LA Knight becomes Mr. MITB and Chelsea Green becomes Ms. MITB)
-SummerSlam 2023: Cody Rhodes(c) vs. the 2023 KOTR GUNTHER for the WWE Championship, Jey Uso(c) vs. Solo Sikoa for the World Heavyweight Championship, Asuka(c) vs. Lita for the Raw Women’s Championship, Rhea Ripley(c) vs. the 2023 QOTR Bayley (Bayley becomes QOTR as a babyface in a matured gimmick that combines her NXT Hugger gimmick and her current Role Model gimmick. She plays the role of an underdog who’s viewed as underrated and who stands up for herself and others.)
-Survivor Series: WarGames 2023: Men’s WarGames Match between the debuting Elite (the WWE Champion Cody Rhodes, Kenny Omega, the Young Bucks, and “Switchblade” Jay White) and the Bloodline w/ allies (the World Heavyweight Champion and new Tribal Chief Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Solo Sikoa, AJ Styles who is in a feud with White, and a mystery partner who is a returning babyface Roman Reigns)
-2023 Royal Rumble: Cody Rhodes(c) w/ the Elite vs. “Switchblade” Jay White for the WWE Championship, Jey Uso(c) w/ the Bloodline vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt w/ the Firefly Funhouse and “Uncle Howdy” Bo Dallas for the World Heavyweight Championship (after a brief absence due to illness in 2023, Bray Wyatt returns on the SD after WrestleMania 39 with a scarier and stronger version of the Fiend. There is a slow build to the Fiend winning the World Heavyweight Championship throughout 2023 with the entity haunting the champ Jey Uso and the new look Bloodline.), Asuka(c) vs. Raquel Rodriguez for the Raw Women’s Championship, Bayley(c) vs. Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. (A debuting MJF wins the 2024 Men’s Royal Rumble and Roxanne Perez wins the 2024 Women’s Royal Rumble. MJF challenges Rhodes at WM40 and Roxanne challenges Asuka at WM40 but then Chelsea Green decides to cash in her MITB briefcase for a Raw Women’s Championship match at No Way Out against Asuka).
-No Way Out 2024: Cody Rhodes(c) vs. Kenny Omega w/ the Young Bucks for the WWE Championship, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt(c) w/ the Firefly Funhouse and “Uncle Howdy” Bo Dallas vs. Roman Reigns for the World Heavyweight Championship, Asuka(c) vs. Ms. MITB Chelsea Green for the Raw Women’s Championship, Bayley(c) vs. Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. (Mr. MITB LA Knight announces on the Raw after No Way Out that he is cashing in his MITB briefcase for a triple threat match against Cody Rhodes(c) and MJF for the WWE Championship at WM40.)
-WrestleMania 40: Cody Rhodes(c) vs. MJF vs. Mr. MITB LA Knight for the WWE Championship, “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt(c) w/ the Firefly Funhouse and “Uncle Howdy” Bo Dallas vs. Braun Strowman for the World Heavyweight Championship, Asuka(c) vs. Roxanne Perez for the Raw Women’s Championship, Winner Take All Match for the IWGP Women’s Championship and the SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (SmackDown Women’s Champion) vs. Mercedes Moné (IWGP Women’s Champion)
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2023.03.22 03:41 _AssJayDub_ Honest, Good Car Dealerships?
Are there any good and honest car dealerships near the La Jolla/Clairemont/Mira Mesa area? I’ve searched around Yelp and found some with good reviews but I still wanna hear some anecdotal experiences.
As a college student getting his first car, I don’t really wanna get scammed, especially during these times.
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2023.03.21 19:39 Gaming_N_Whiskey Bardstown Trip Recap
We regularly see posts in bourbon
asking for Bourbon Trail trip recommendations. My wife and I just returned from a trip to Bardstown, and I wanted to offer you guys some feedback on our experiences. Hopefully you will find them useful for planning your own trip to Bardstown.
First, a very special "thank you" to u/Old_Riff_502
. Old Riff always posts very useful information in the forums. I also privately messaged him and I was amazed with the amount advice that he provided on the area. I don't think we would have had nearly as a excellent of a trip had it not been for him. Thank you again! Hotel:
We stayed at the La Quinta Inn & Suites from Wednesday evening until Sunday morning. The hotel was new, clean, and offered free breakfast every day (although we never actually ate it). The hotel is easy to get in and out of. It seemed like we were only a five minute drive away from anywhere we were trying to go. However, it's not very centrally located. You're not walking anywhere important from the hotel. The other knock on the hotel (and this seems more just industry standard these days), is that we never had anyone come in to do a room refresh at all during our trip. Nobody took out the trash, refreshed room coffee, or soaps/shampoos. That being said, I would not mind staying here again at all! Distilleries (listed in order or preference):
Restaurants/Food (listed in order or preference):
- Kentucky Cooperage - I know it's cheating....this isn't technically a distillery. But hear me out. Kentucky Cooperage is located in Lebanon, KY which is maybe a 30-minute drive from Bardstown. It may have been my favorite experience of the whole trip! The visitor's center is very unassuming; it looks like a small store in a strip mall. But the magic happens when you are shuttled across the street to walk the factory. Watching these craftsmen create bourbon barrels was impressive! The skill and meticulous attention required for each barrel was very cool to witness. I think this was one of the cheaper tours as well at ~$15.
- Jim Beam - Beam Made Bourbon - The James B. Beam distillery is located in Clermont, KY, which was a 25-minute drive from Bardstown. Although it does feel sterile and corporate feeling at times, I had an excellent time! The tour runs like a well oiled machine! Our tour guide Terry was knowledgeable of the distillery and the area. The sheer scope of the Jim Beam operation is mind boggling! Many generic distillery tours start to get repetitive. But I thought the Jim Beam tour was one of the best. The site and setting are really cool. There is also a spot where you can select a bottle of Knob Creek 9-year single barrel and watch it get filled through the bottling process. You can then take home your bottle for $60. The tasting was probably my favorite of the trip. We were given Jim Beam White Label, Basil Hayden 10-year, Knob Creek 9-year, and then a bourbon of your choice - Bakers 7, Legent, or Knob Creek 18-year. The store had some interesting bottles. There was a distillery exclusive experimental batch of something which looked to be about 250 mL and was $70. When they opened that had a bottle of Little Book and a bottle of Booker's for sale. I missed them both. There were plenty of bottles of Knob Creek 18-year which were selling for $180, and there was a Jim Beam Lineage which looked fancy but was selling for ~$280. I spoke to our tour guide after the tour for a bit. After the tour you walk back down through the gift shop and I noticed them putting another bottle of Booker's on the shelf. I was able to purchase this for $100. So it seems like they do restock some items throughout the day. There is also an excellent restaurant on site called the Kitchen Table (more on this later).
- Bardstown Bourbon - Rickhouse Tasting - This was a very unique experience. Bardstown Bourbon is a very modern facility, and the experience feels different from many from the long established brands. This tour was done in a very cold rickhouse (apparently they are always cold). Our tour guide gave us an overview of Bardstown Bourbon as a brand and some of the things they are working on. We then proceeded to get samples poured directly from the barrel via a whiskey thief. We tried a wheated bourbon which he said is part of their Origin series, a regular bourbon (which was not released yet), and a 95/5 rye. We then proceeded to go to a speakeasy type tasting room to for our last sample of Fusion #8. This was followed up by a walk back to the gift shop where we were told we would get to keep our sample glasses. The restaurant's food looked wonderful but we didn't eat. There were also a TON of pours available at their bar. I was interested in purchasing the Origin bourbon, but he said that they were sold out. I later found one a Total Wine. They did have quite a few bottles for sale though - many of Bardstown collaborative releases, Bardstown only releases, as well as bottles that use Bardstown to make their bourbon.
- Maker's Mark - We did the standard Maker's Mark tour. The grounds were great! Very hilly and picturesque. Unfortunately, we were visiting in the winter, so it was not very colorful. But I could see this being amazing in the spring or fall! The history explored was very interesting. The tasting was wonderful, as I always enjoy Maker's Mark. We tasted regular Maker's, Maker's Cask Strength, Maker's 46, Maker's 46 Cask Strength, and a French Toast stave select. We purchased a bottle in the gift shop and we were able to hand dip it which was pretty cool. I was hoping to have lunch here, but their restaurant was being redone. They had a tasting bar opened which offered a limited selection of Maker's pours and cocktails. I really enjoyed the Makers 46 cask strength, and was hoping to buy a bottle. But that was unavailable. They had standard Maker's bottles for sale, Maker's 46, standard Maker's cask strength, and a Blueberry stave select bottle for purchase. We chose a standard Maker's with a limited edition label where some of the proceeds support women's education.
- Wilderness Trail - This is a bit of a hike from Bardstown - probably about 45-minutes. But I thought it was well worth the trip! Wilderness Trail is a very modern facility. They really put an emphasis on the science behind the bourbon. I thought it was very cool to learn about the variety of yeasts utilized by Wilderness Trial. This was a pretty generic distillery tour. The tasting is done in the gift shop, which got a little loud at the end due to another tour coming in. We tried a wheated, a higher rye, a cask strength, and their rye. To me, much of Wilderness Trail's rye comes off as minty, and that is a turnoff for me. But their high-rye standard bourbon was a favorite of mine! We spoke to the tour guide after the tour, and he said "I've got something for you to try". We tried a three barrel blend of master distillery selected bottles - one wheated and one high-rye. I liked the high-rye and purchased a bottle for about $65. They also had a limited release for a program they are doing with the Frasier museum which was available for purchase. It was a 6-year rye (it might have been 7-years, I forget at this point) for $135. Not being a fan of the rye, I passed on this.
- Heaven Hill - You Do Bourbon - This was a pretty cool experience! Heaven Hill's distillery was CROWDED with people. It seems to be a very popular stop on the Bourbon Trail. The You Do Bourbon experience was pretty pricey at $40 per person. But it was also really cool! We would each have the opportunity to purchase a bottle of our choice at the end of he tasting. 20 of us were taken back to a classroom setting, and we got right to tasting. We each had four samples in front of us - Bernheim 7-year Barrel Proof, Larceny Barrel Proof, Elijah Craig Barrel Proof, and then Heaven Hill Select Stock 14-year. I don't know much about the Select Stock. They did say it was 14-years aged in a high floor of the rickhouse and it was wheated. The tour guide gave us the hard FOMO sale on the Select Stock - it's only 25 barrels, it's exclusive to the distillery, once it's gone....it's gone. It also had a price tag of $200! I was disappointed that we had so much wheated whiskey or low rye options on the tasting. But the Elijah Craig was wonderful! I purchased a bottle of it for about $80. I bottled it up using an idiot proof machine, corked it, and my wife drew up the labels. It was a very cool experience! There was a bachelor party full of what my wife and I affectionately refer to as "Bourbon Bros" who bought into the FOMO. They purchased probably 12-15 bottles of the Select Stock on their own! Kentucky must love these tour groups!
- Four Roses Bottling Facility - This is kind of near the Jim Beam distillery, and I think it's worth popping your head in and checking out. We did this, and their gift shop had a Master Distiller selected private barrel of OESQ for $105. I've yet to try it, but I am very excited to!
- Limestone Branch - We stopped in here for a quick flight. The flight they gave was very generous: Minor Case Sherry Finished Rye, Yellowstone 4-year, Yellowstone Toasted, Yellowstone Single-Malt, Yellowstone Hand-picked, and their gin. This is one of the things I like best about Kentucky, you can try before you buy! Had I not been given this option, I would have purchased the Toasted and Single-Malt. I would have been disappointed with both of these purchases. Ultimately, none of these selections were for me. But it was a cool experience nonetheless.
- The Kitchen Table - This was my favorite restaurant this trip! The Kitchen Table is located at the Jim Beam Distillery. Prices are very reasonable, and the food is fantastic! We tried appetizers: Pulled Pork Empinadas with white BBQ sauce (which was the best thing I ate all trip!) and Pimento Cheese and some Peppery Jelly spread (also great!). We tried the Burgoo which was good. And their burger was excellent! There are also some great Jim Beam themed pours and cocktails available. I had some of the "Kentucky Tea" Booker's which was just too good! I would have eaten here all trip if it was closer!
- Mammy's - This is in downtown Bardstown, and we really enjoyed it! It's just great southern cooking. We ate their for breakfast one day. We had biscuits and gravy, and eggs and bacon. We also went back for dinner one night and had a BLFT with Pimento Cheese, Hot Browns, and fried cornbread. I'm drooling as I type just remembering how great this was! The bar also has a ton of solid bourbons and decent prices. They even have live music certain evenings.
- Quick Stop - Old Riff swore by this place, and he nailed it! The Quick Stop is just a gas station on the way out of Bardstown. But they service awesome Jake's Country Sausage biscuits to go. This country sausage is just too good! We ate their on our way out to the Kentucky Cooperage and again on the way to the airport.
- Hadorn's Bakery - This place is a hole in the wall serving donuts. They had one of the best jelly donuts I've ever had. Very solid.
- Cozy Cottage - This is located by Maker's Mark. It's a total dive, but the food was decent and prices were fine. I got a burger, the wife had the pot roast special. I could take it or leave it.
- Herradura - This is a Mexican restaurant in Bardstown. It was actually pretty good! The food was decent and came out very fast. Like most places in Bardstown, they had a hell of a bourbon selection at reasonable prices.
- Sedona Taphouse - This was actually over in Lexington. They had a large amount of draft beers which I enjoyed. I also took advantage of the pours of Booker's for $15 and Stagg Jr for $10. Food was good as well.
We had a wonderful trip. We really enjoyed our time at Bardstown. Old Riff and the advice he provides on this forum is invaluable! Listen to this dude. There was a couple that hired a driver one day and we saw them at four of their five stops (the only thing they did that we didn't was they did a chocolate pairing at Lux Row). They paid $900 for their chauffeured experience! Ours basically cost us the price of admission plus a few hours poking around on Reddit's boards and distillery websites.
A few tips for those considering a visit to Bardstown:
- Personally, I don't think you need a driver. The distilleries don't give you more than 2 oz on a tour. We weren't looking to drink a lot at the distilleries. But with some of the bar selections available at the distilleries it would have been easy to get carried away. That said, know your limits. If you are going to be drinking more than the 2 oz given at tastings, consider hiring a driver.
- Reserve ahead of time, especially on weekends! Our Thursday tours were pretty empty. Sometimes there was only an additional couple or two on our tours. But the Friday and especially Saturday tours were much more crowded.
- Don't get caught up in FOMO. There are plenty of bottles for sale at area liquor stores well above retail. There are also quite a few limited or distillery only releases. These don't necessarily equate to bourbon you will enjoy. Don't buy something just because it might be the only time you'll be able to get it.
- Try before you buy! It's pretty easy in most cases to get a pour of something before committing to a whole bottle. You'll find a bottle which sounds like it might be your thing is actually something you don't enjoy.
- Take the time to talk to people. There were definitely people that were there to "hunt" bottles. You could just feel the eye rolls by employees. These people walk in, ask for a bottle, and walk out. You're in Kentucky! Sit back and experience whiskey for yourself! Try a pour of something you've never heard of based on the recommendation of a stranger at the bar. Trade stories of restaurants/distilleries/attractions you enjoyed during your day. You might even get the inside scoop on something that you may have missed otherwise.
- Bardstown outside of peak season lacks off hours attractions. We also could have missed them. But we found that most attractions and even locally owned shops opened at 10am and closed at 4pm. There wasn't much to do in the evenings other than pony up to the bar. It's fine, but a little variety would have been welcome. I'm told it's a little more lively in season. But we definitely enjoyed the smaller crowds.
Anyway, that's all I've got! If you're planning on visiting Bardstown anytime soon, I'm genuinely envious. It's a wonderful place. Thanks for reading!
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2023.03.21 18:28 NicolasMolli14 C’est LA VOITURE qui a fait rêver toute une génération ! Mercedes 350 SL
2023.03.21 17:41 Turbulent_Property_4 Stranger Things: The First Shadow, lo spettacolo teatrale debutterà a Londra a dicembre
L'adattamento teatrale sarà un prequel della celebre serie televisiva, ma, stando alla sinossi ufficiale, anticiperà il gran finale della storia...
L'attrice Mille Bobby Brown si è dichiarata "pronta per concludere" Stranger Things
con la sua quinta stagione, ma sembra che dovremo attendere ancora un po' per il gran finale della celebre serie
; nel frattempo è stato annunciato che The First Shadow, adattamento teatrale, debutterà a Londra nel dicembre 2023
. Prosegui la lettura
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2023.03.21 15:39 cloverdalex Allegedly, a car salesman was murdered, execution style in Middleton.
From what I have heard, It was a woman who murdered the salesman. The salesman is described as an immigrant from an African nation, in his early thirties, recently married a month ago.
The story I heard is that the woman purchased a used Mercedes Benz SUV from the dealership off of Parmenter, and there was a problem with the stereo. I don't know how things escalated, but apparently, from the story, She put one round into the guy's chest and then is seen on camera standing over him, pointing a gun at his head and firing. Can anyone corroborate this?
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