Personally I believe that every mobile game comes and goes popularity, like i’m pretty sure we all still have minecraft mobile hidden somewhere on our phones just in case we feel like doing a little crafting every once in a while but I don’t think Pokémon Go will ever die.
In January 2021, Pokémon GO had approximately 827,000 daily active uses via iPhone in the United States. Released in July 2016, the game has remained popular and is still regularly ranked among the leading mobile games worldwide.
There are many reasons I believe that this game will never go away putting it simply it’s an easy game and it gives you something to do if you’re really bored for example if you are itching to do something you can always look where the nearest raid is or walk to multiple pokestops and get your exercise in as well.
Anyway Pokémon GO isn’t going anywhere i’m still playing.
No one knows exactly why a cat was in attendance at the Miami-Appalachian State game, but it is known that he stole the attention of every fan in the stadium. The cat had a nice view of game with an upper deck seat but he decided ten minutes into the game he might try for a seat closer to the action on the field.
As he slipped under the apron/ barrier of the upper deck he had underestimated the distance he’d soon be falling from, as he dangled for minute struggling to keeps his paws on the apron he slowly lost his grip and started his plummet to the depths below.
Everyone in attendance was watching very closely as this tragedy was unfolding when a good sumaritan down below used his american flag that he brings to all of the games as a makeshift net to catch the cat falling from above this man saved at least on of the cats nine lives.
Once the coach was informed about the incident he only had this to say “I don’t know anything about that or what was going on, but I’ll tell you — if the cat can help our red-zone offense, I’ll see if we can get it a scholarship”
So will we find out if the cat was a stray probably not but we do know that if he starts practicing on the betterment of his red-zone offense he has a shot a a scholarship to play with the team he so desperately wanted a better seat to watch.
There are many theories as to what might be there like obviously aliens that’s the most talked about right?
The place: Area 51, a remote patch of desert some 83 miles north-northwest of Las Vegas, next to a salt flat at the foot of a mountain. This military outpost — and what’s happened inside it — is so top-secret that its very existence was disputed until 2013.
In short, Area 51 was created during the Cold War to help America peek in on the Soviet Union. But, because of its clandestine beginnings and cutting-edge tech, many Americans came to associate the base with extraterrestrial ships and little green men.
Here’s what we do know about Area 51: Today, the U.S. Air Force uses the 38,400-acre patch of desert as a training site. Sometimes called the Nevada Test and Training Range, the base is located next to a salt flat called Groom Lake and is home to some of the longest runways in the world.
The closest town is Rachel, Nevada, population 54. The airspace above the base is extremely off-limits. And the land around it is peppered with warning signs to would-be trespassers.
My theory is it’s actually the exit to the simulation why do you think it’s so heavily guarded and so top secret I have heard a little about this theory in conversation as well so I am not the only one who thinks this, however I am not completely set on this theory I could be easily swayed to a different mindset, but I’m not too sure it’s aliens.
All I’m saying is that if it isn’t something extremely out of pocket then why is it such a secret?
This world is a simulation and however you may feel you are not the main character in the story none of us are this is a test.
This test is put in place to see what works and what doesn’t including but not limited to planes, cars, medications, diseases, and even politics. These are the type of things a superior world would like to know they take what they have learned from us and apply it to there world that is why our technology, transportation, and even clothing have changed and evolved so much they try out things here then apply them to make their lives easier we are just the mice in their experiments.
If you think about it what happened to the egyptians, the Romans and many of other ancient civilizations dead and gone because they didn’t work out so hypothetically what happens when things in our modern world don’t fit needs for the powers that be?
Do we all get sick and die in some kind of plague?
Does it all go the way of the dinosaurs?
Are we going to get wiped out by tragic weather phenomenons?
What if we all just drop dead?
The point here is we don’t know and hypothetically it might never happen but if it does, will we know?
And since this is hypothetical this isn’t real so there isn’t anything to worry about… or is there?
Grey’s Anatomy season 18 release date: When will it air?
Seasons 2-16 have all aired in September in the US (the UK premiere date always follows several months later due to licensing restraints), with 17 pushed to November (for understandable global reasons – covered on the show itself).
But whether the show will arrive this winter in the States, or early 2022, remains to be seen.
Grey’s Anatomy season 18 cast: Who’ll be in it?
We’d expect to see all of the following return for season 18:
Ellen Pompeo (Dr Meredith Grey), Chandra Wilson (Dr Miranda Bailey), James Pickens Jr (Dr Richard Webber), Kevin McKidd (Dr Owen Hunt), Caterina Scorsone (Dr Amelia Shepherd), Camilla Luddington (Dr Jo Wilson), Kelly McCreary (Dr Maggie Pierce), Kim Raver (Dr Teddy Altman), Jake Borelli (Dr Levi Schmitt), Chris Carmack (Dr Atticus “Link” Lincoln), Anthony Hill (Dr Winston Ndugu) and Richard Flood (Dr Cormac Hayes).
But Giacomo Gianniotti will not return after his character Dr Andrew DeLuca was stabbed and died of his injuries.
“When I heard that it wasn’t anything to do with that [his mental health and his bipolar diagnosis] and he was to be murdered by a sex trafficker – and that it was an opportunity to recall a storyline that got a lot of buzz from last season and shed a light on an issue that is very important – I think it all made sense,I just saw that were could tell this story and highlight an issue that should be highlighted.”
And both Jesse Williams and Greg Germann also departed, with Dr Jackson Avery and Dr Tom Koracick leaving to join the Catherine Fox Foundation in Boston.
“Greg Germann is a comic genius and we are so lucky that he brought his talents to our show these last few years,” said Vernoff. “We will miss Greg terribly in the day to day – but we plan to see Tom Koracick again [as a guest star].”
Grey’s Anatomy season 18 plot: What will it be about?
To be honest, you could make an entire show about the drama behind the scenes this year – but that would probably be a little bit too meta.
Season 18 is on the table, but whether it will be the final outing remains to be seen.
“I’ve told [ABC] that I have to know before I’m making the finale what we’re making,” said Vernoff. “Because there are a couple of character threads that will change. I’ve got plans for both contingencies. Either there will be closure or I will build something in that allows me to have a bit of a cliffhanger and a thread for next season.”
As soon as we – and Vernoff – know the future of the show, we’ll update you, so do keep this page bookmarked for all the latest news and scoops.
Grey’s Anatomy season 18 trailer: When will we see it?
Not for a while! We’re looking at late 2021 at the very earliest for our first gawp at the season 18 footage, but you can be certain we’ll inject it straight into this feature as soon as it does land.
We have a new contender for M(eow)st Valuable Player.
A scurrying cat sent Yankee Stadium into a frenzy during New York’s game against the Orioles on Monday night, as the tiny furry feline found its way onto the warning track and set the grounds crew off on a wild chase. Clearly not ready to be escorted out of the ballpark during its moment in the spotlight, the cat tried scaling the outfield wall to evade its pursuers.
That fired up the Bronx crowd, which hadn’t seen many baseball highlights to speak of through the first few innings. Chants of “MVP! MVP!” started to echo through the ballpark, and every time the cat made a move to escape the grounds crew, it got a resounding vote of confidence from the fans.
“We saw [the cat] in the dugout earlier in the game, just chilling there, so we let him be. Next thing I know, I heard all the fans cheering. I didn’t know what was going on,” said Orioles outfielder Cedric Mullins. “I didn’t see the cat until he was out at the outfield wall. Then it was seeing seven grown men get their ankles broken by a cat. It was pretty funny to watch.”
In a big week for animals in sport, the most Disney Pixar moment of them all was arguably Victor Robles’ unexpected companion during the Nationals versus Phillies game.
During the eighth inning on Monday night, it became apparent that a large praying mantis had taken a seat on the center fielder’s hat. While it’s not clear exactly when Robles became aware of the stowaway, match attendees were thankfully quick off the mark in getting footage of the pair.
Whatever you do, don’t tell Victor Robles that he’s playing CF with a praying mantis on his head.
Footage shows the mantis sitting atop Robles’ head, not dissimilar to Remy the gastronomically curious rat in Disney Pixar’s Ratatouille.
Whether or not the hat passenger gave Robles a sporting advantage is unconfirmed, the two made quite the team as the center fielder made sure his curious fascinator was on top of the game, letting it know the number of outs.
It might seem impressive that such a spindly insect could sit so comfortably on a baseball cap for an entire inning, but another recent video demonstrated the incredible staying power of leggy buggy things. In a Tweet that sparked empathy in the hearts of thousands, a stick insect down on its luck can be seen clinging for dear life to the aerial of a moving car.
Stick insect’s incredible foot stickiness is facilitated by two wet and functionally different pads on the same foot, one of which helps with sticking while the other helps with unsticking. The technique is very different from that of geckos, which use dry sticky pads on their toes (and tails!) to hold