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5/25/15 A druggie in the sports sector
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Trending:     skydiving basketball abstract browsing hop fan pants ecstasy river focused future suppose train hour taylor quick sky welcome touched boulder dreamt catch fly game needle guest waves mountain medical fancy decide scientist sounded

Waning:   against toilet request weekly boyfriend meditation nap shoes ever involved women deep yeah hours pilot gym conflict ship answer supplies noticed buy underground giving important becoming guide thrown peter hope wed smoke pan bird bear



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I’m getting the sense that some sports figure will be caught up in a big drug-based news story. He might be a Basketball player, and the drug might be Ecstasy. I think the Skydiving and Sky theme support this basketball player’s moments of being high. Later on we get the words, “Fly Game Needle.”

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Taylor Quick = Taylor Swift?

I doubt she is a druggie, but if she goes to rehab before she is 30, my daughter owes me $50.
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Skydiving- this is an unusual word to have at the top unless something big is going to happen. I would say an accident or perhaps a world record.
The NBA championship will be decided this week so (basketball hop fan pants ecstasy) go together. It is interesting that basketball is trending at the top and baseball is trending at the bottom of the section- (catch fly game waves)
River would likely be related to the Texas Oklahoma flooding.
Train, I don't think that is residual from Philly anymore though it is possible. I would look to a different situation with a train.
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That would be one of the highest day residue's we've ever seen with the word Basketball at surge >70

That was a big time comment, Twice. Thank you.
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"Peter Pan smoke bird bear?!" Uh huh....Peter Pan is indeed not just about peanut butter, and never was. It's "barry!" He's going to "smoke" in war? or somehow...Russia the "bear" but who's the bird" oh bleep.....we're the "bird" as in "Eagle."

Phone/longdistance and hubby's chatting now but I know I'm next....so will likely have to come back to this fun-run?


Oh! PS...about "Peter Pan smoking bird bear" this is the end of the run. Watch it be higher in a run very soon, but up to over a month because...

I think it was "cities edit delete" that they were at the end of a run, and a month or so later? they were at the top of a run...IMO indicating it was/is getting closer to happening, whatever it is.


"taylor" off and on for months! This likely means it's pointing to more than one "taylor." This has had at least one hit...dang vague memory I think it was an NFL son of a more famous NFL player?? and the "son" in that run too was that he, like his father was arrested for sexual impropriety. "taylor" did "it" with a 13yr. old daughter of his girlfriend and a young friend of hers.

DRONES are a new headline at drudge right now, as two of them hit some people at a parade. I think we now know for sure what our top three botrun words are.......the three words themselves are "abstract" for "skydiving basketball." Drones "browse" so this must go with the top three words. http://boston.cbslocal.com/2015/05/25/dr...ad-parade/

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The end of the UP list is saying yet another headline, it sounds like.

"scientist sounded against weekly toilet request" is that a possible line for a headline, using part of UP and DOWN words??

Noting that "meditation" and "shoes" are in this run, too.

Something about a supply ship in a conflict? Sounds common with all of our war-involvement and as if this is an easy headline to soon find.

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Boulder could be either a very large rock or the city in CO. Whichever, it goes with mountain.

(05-25-2015, 05:42 PM)Nanny Wrote: "Peter Pan smoke bird bear?!" Uh huh....Peter Pan is indeed not just about peanut butter, and never was. It's "barry!" He's going to "smoke" in war? or somehow...Russia the "bear" but who's the bird" oh bleep.....we're the "bird" as in "Eagle."

Phone/longdistance and hubby's chatting now but I know I'm next....so will likely have to come back to this fun-run?



Oh! PS...about "Peter Pan smoking bird bear" this is the end of the run. Watch it be higher in a run very soon, but up to over a month because...

I think it was "cities edit delete" that they were at the end of a run, and a month or so later? they were at the top of a run...IMO indicating it was/is getting closer to happening, whatever it is.



"taylor" off and on for months! This likely means it's pointing to more than one "taylor." This has had at least one hit...dang vague memory I think it was an NFL son of a more famous NFL player?? and the "son" in that run too was that he, like his father was arrested for sexual impropriety. "taylor" did "it" with a 13yr. old daughter of his girlfriend and a young friend of hers.


DRONES are a new headline at drudge right now, as two of them hit some people at a parade. I think we now know for sure what our top three botrun words are.......the three words themselves are "abstract" for "skydiving basketball."  Drones "browse" so this must go with the top three words.  http://boston.cbslocal.com/2015/05/25/dr...ad-parade/


Lawrence Taylor's son LT jr., IIRC.
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Is there a link about this "taylor?" What does "LT stand for, and I forget what IIRC stands for. It reminds me of this archaic chat program that we used back in 97.
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(05-25-2015, 09:56 PM)Nanny Wrote: Is there a link about this "taylor?" What does "LT stand for, and I forget what IIRC stands for. It reminds me of this archaic chat program that we used back in 97.
thanks, gal~

http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/story/2013-07-08/Lawrence Taylor, jr story.

"LT" stands for Lawrence Taylor. It was his nickname with the sportscasters.

IIRC=If I recall correctly. I was going by memory on that one.
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Ah, was that his name? I didn't recall it, but yeah it 's posted here on a botrun with "taylor" in it. UK Mail Online had pics of him and quite a write up.
He can't possibly be the only taylor. I luv it when we keep getting the same name dreamed about and then we find multiple hits for it.
I wonder if one of them is indeed taylor swift.
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hour taylor quick sky welcome touched
Gotta hand it to Taylor Swift. She is the woman of the Hour as she just Touched the Sky as one of the most powerful women in the world. Welcome to that elite club Taylor.
http://i100.independent.co.uk/article/ta...paign=i100
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Big Data Is Transforming Medicine
By Susan Hassler
Posted 28 May 2015 | 15:00 GMT

"Professional sports was among the first “people” industries to embrace big data. In this issue, we describe how medicine is now mining big data to cure illness and possibly prevent it. And, eventually, we may try to make our exquisite biology even better than it is upon our arrival on terra firma. "

"In 2013, a Pew Research Center study revealed that 69 percent of Americans were already tracking their diet, exercise, or a health indicator such as blood pressure, although only 21 percent were using technology to do so."

http://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical/diag...g-medicine

there is a great link to some medical research information going on at this link

Special Report: Hacking the Human OS
http://spectrum.ieee.org/static/hacking-the-human-os
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Great link!
(06-01-2015, 03:31 PM)esholars Wrote: Big Data Is Transforming Medicine
By Susan Hassler
Posted 28 May 2015 | 15:00 GMT

"Professional sports was among the first “people” industries to embrace big data. In this issue, we describe how medicine is now mining big data to cure illness and possibly prevent it. And, eventually, we may try to make our exquisite biology even better than it is upon our arrival on terra firma. "

"In 2013, a Pew Research Center study revealed that 69 percent of Americans were already tracking their diet, exercise, or a health indicator such as blood pressure, although only 21 percent were using technology to do so."

http://spectrum.ieee.org/biomedical/diag...g-medicine

there is a great link to some medical research information going on at this link

Special Report: Hacking the Human OS
http://spectrum.ieee.org/static/hacking-the-human-os
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