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  1. 2019 Preview: Alabama Has Unfinished Business After Title Game Loss Quickly With Tua Tagovailoa, Jerry Jeudy and a host of other standouts back, the Crimson Tide set the standard heading into 2019. By The SI Staff August 23, 2019 Our college football 2019 season preview issue is here, which means we're checking in with all 25 teams from SI's official preseason Top 25 ranking. What do you need to know about each of this year's top contenders, from top-ranked Alabama down to Stanford? We'll be rolling out scouting reports for each team over the next two weeks, all of which are collected here. Last up, it's No. 1 Alabama. THE BIG STORY The Crimson Tide made their fifth consecutive playoff last season, and yet they begin this campaign with something to prove after a 44–16 loss to Clemson in the title game. The defeat led to changes in Tuscaloosa: Coach Nick Saban overhauled his staff, bringing in seven new coaches. One thing that hasn't changed: QB Tua Tagovailoa is still under center. The Heisman finalist shredded the Crimson Tide record book last season, and with a trio of all-conference receivers returning, Tagovailoa is poised to put up even bigger numbers than he did in 2018. CAN'T MISS One reason Tagovailoa won't see a drop-off in performance: 6'1", 190-pound wideout Jerry Jeudy returns. The junior is a speedy, tightrope-walking, glue-handed freak. Jeudy caught a touchdown on every fifth reception last season and averaged nearly 20 yards per catch. There may not be a more dynamic playmaker in the country. KEY QUESTION The Tide has lost a whopping 12 starters to the NFL over the last two seasons. With all those losses, can the Tide defense continue its dominance? For this inexperienced unit it all begins with senior end Raekwon Davis—'Bama needs a big season from the future first-rounder. X-FACTOR The Alabama offensive line that was dominated by Clemson in the national championship game will have a much different look to start 2019: Three starters are in the NFL, and junior guard Deonte Brown, who was suspended during the playoff, will sit out the season's first four games. Alex Leatherwood moves from guard to left tackle but the key contributor could turn out be Evan Neal, a 6'7", 360-pound five-star recruit from the '19 class who's versatility has impressed: The behemoth could be a factor at guard or fill in at tackle. Neal's emergence will bolster the Tide's ground game, led by junior running back Najee Harris who had 783 yards and four TDs last year. OVER OR UNDER? Over 11.5 wins. The last time Alabama won fewer than 12 games? Back in 2013. The Tide should be double-digit favorites in every game this season, even against LSU at home. THE BOTTOM LINE Clemson may stake a claim as the top program in the country today, but only one team has made the CFP in all five years since its inception: Alabama. The Tide are still the standard.
  2. The Splash Zone 8/25/19: Dolphin Trade Rumors Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Aug 25, 2019, 5:00am EDT Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images Over the past day there has been a flurry of rumors surrounding the Dolphins and a couple of their players. The biggest one was about the team shopping Laremy Tunsil, but has been clarified as teams were calling about the star left tackle with the Dolphins turning them all down. However, there are three big name players who could possibly be on the move. Kenny Stills, Kiko Alonos, and Reshad Jones are some of the names which have popped up and could possibly be cut to trim down for the final 53 man roster. You can check out that story here, and the rest of the day’s round-up below. Report: Dolphins could trade or cut Kenny Stills, Reshad Jones, Kiko Alonso – ProFootballTalk Laremy Tunsil may not be going anywhere, but a few other well-known Dolphins players could be on the way out in Miami. The Miami Herald reports that the Dolphins are open for business in trades, and names safety Reshad Jones, linebacker Kiko Alonso and receiver Kenny Stills as players who could b... Phinsider News You May Have Missed Miami Dolphins News 8/24/19: Quarterback Decision Now More Difficult - The Phinsider Welcome to the Splash Zone, the quickest way to get your day started off right. We bring you a rundown of Miami Dolphins news from the last 24 hours. Dolphins trade rumors spike with Laremy Tunsil talk - The Phinsider Friday night saw some Twitter craziness explode around the Miami Dolphins when Pro Football Network suggested the team was actively shopping veteran players on the trade market, including left...
  3. Coping with COPD Coping with COPD Learn to understand and manage common emotions. Living with COPD can be a challenge — especially as it becomes harder to catch your breath. You may have to give up some activities you previously enjoyed. Your family and friends might have a hard time adjusting to some of the changes. This can be challenging emotionally, too. It may help to be aware of your changing moods and to share your fears and feelings with your family, friends, health care team, and others who have COPD. Be aware of your changing moods Take note of any changes in your moods and how your relationships may change. A loss of energy can lead to a loss of interest and involvement. That may lead to a cycle of frustration, withdrawal from others and depression. Maintain connections. The first steps to breaking a negative emotional cycle are to notice and talk about it. Share your feelings and concerns about COPD with your family and friends. A strong support system is important and can help you cope. Recognize anxiety or depression. Living with COPD can lead to anxiety and depression. If feelings of worry, fear or sadness don't go away after a few weeks or get in the way of your ability to enjoy life, be sure to tell your doctor. Professional counseling, medications or other treatments may help you. And managing anxiety and depression may also help you better manage your COPD. Educate your family and friends If you don't often have attacks of breathlessness or fits of coughing, you may not look ill. So people may not understand why you no longer do some activities or why you seem less engaged. They may think that you just aren't interested in them anymore. If you tell other people about your COPD, they may better accept the fact that your activity level may change. However, try not to make too many lifestyle changes at once. A big change in your lifestyle may lead to a cycle of frustration, depression and withdrawal from others. Consider a support group You may find it helpful to connect with a COPD support group, where you and others with COPD can share symptoms, challenges and coping tips. An online support group might be available at any time of day. Support groups that meet in person can be a good excuse to leave the house.
  4. The Second World War: The Battle of Midway By attacking Midway atoll, at the far western end of the Hawaiian chain, the Japanese hoped to lure the US Pacific Fleet into the open sea and destroy it. Instead, due to superb US intelligence and costly Japanese tactical errors, the attack marked the destruction of the Japanese Fleet and the end of Tokyo’s supremacy in the Pacific Ocean. This super film portrays the momentous battle in a day-by-day account.
  5. This is part one of a planned two-part video covering Operation MI. As you can see I spent a considerable amount of time covering Nagumo’s Dilemma. To me it's one of most striking examples of how tough it can be for a commander to make a decision based on the information at hand. I found that to be the most interesting aspect of the battle. I don’t have a Patreon but if you want to show appreciation for my work feel free to donate. » patreon -https://www.paypal.me/montemayorytcha... Corrections: "Strength" , "Auxiliary", and "unknown" are misspelled in the video. At 22:55 I should have stated “North of Midway” instead of Northeast of Midway. The illustration shows a 10 degree 240 nm from midway location. Not so Northeast as I audibly stated. At 23:43 I should have stated 79 aircraft instead of 78 and I should have displayed 35 instead of 34 torpedo bombers. the “mistake” came about because sources still differ on whether there were 27 or 26 Carrier attack planes (Kates). If it was 27 it would have been 79 Planes. if it was 26 it would have been 78. During the recording I somehow mixed up the numbers. Additional Notes: notice that the carriers started off the battle in a box formation. This provided further mutual support for their rather weak AA fire. however, due to the incessant air attacks from VT-8, VT-6 and VT-3, the carriers were never able to reform in a box formation, instead they were in a ragged line which further worsened their AA capabilities. -----------------------------------------Spoiler Below regarding Nagumo's Dilemma--------------------------------------------- So what was the answer to Nagumo’s Dilemma? “Taking all together, and admittedly operating with the benefit of hindsight, the “right” answer to Nagumo’s conundrum probably should have emphasized maneuver, offensive speed in preference to mass, and passive damage control. With fifteen minutes in which to act, he didn’t really have time to implement anything terribly fancy. But he could have helped himself immensely by immediately spotting every strike airplane in his hangars, whether they were armed or not, and launching them at the Americans. The sixty-four armed aircraft he had in had were perfectly capable of doing enormous damage to his enemy. And by emptying his hangars, he removed the single greatest danger to his carriers --- the presence of fueled and armed aircraft within them.” Parshall, Jonathan B.; Tully, Anthony P.: Shattered Sword. The Untold Story of the Battle of Midway. Potomac Books: United States, 2007 : p. 170
  6. The Battle of Midway 1942: Told from the Japanese Perspective (1/2) [video]http://youtu.be/Bd8_vO5zrjo[/video]
  7. History Buffs: Lawrence of Arabia History Buffs: Lawrence of Arabia eh
  8. Mr.Pot A Toes'_ SWEET_POTATO_PECAN_COOKIES_ Sweet Potato Pecan Pot Cookies Dosage Note: I used a low-potency cannabis coconut oil when re-creating this recipe. Your results will vary depending on the potency of your infused oil. My cannacoconut oil tested at 2.16 mg of THC per gram, so I was able to figure that the 1/2 cup of coconut oil (105 grams) called for in this recipe contained about 226.8 milligrams of THC. My batch yielded 39 small cookies that would have measured about 5 - 6 mg of THC each. Hey, it's healthy, so I can eat more than one, right? No, please, always experiment before getting in over your head! Sweet Potato Pecan Pot Cookies Ingredients: 2 1/4 cups almond flour 1/2 cup shredded coconut 2 tbsp coconut flour 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 cup maple syrup 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup raw pecans 1/2 cup organic canna coconut oil 1 tbsp pumpkin pie spice 1/2 cup sweet potato puree 1 tbsp pure vanilla extract Preheat oven to 325°F. In a large mixing bowl, combine dry ingredients. In a small mixing bowl, combine eggs, maple syrup, vanilla extract and melted canna coconut oil with a hand mixer. Stir wet ingredients into dry ingredients. On a parchment lined baking sheet, drop tablespoon-sized amounts of cookie batter. Bake the cookies for 15 minutes. Allow cookies to cool and serve.
  9. Weatherman Mike's_Braised Groundhog Recipe OUULALA Weatherman Mike's_Braised Groundhog Recipe Braised Groundhog Recipe Braised in mustard and white wine: A groundhog?! I’ve learned a few things along the way. Like, for instance, groundhogs have musk glands in their armpits. YOU MUST REMOVE THESE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO THROW UP FROM THE STINK OF BRAISED MUSK GLANDS AS THEY BOIL AWAY! If you have difficulty finding (or shooting) groundhog, you can substitute two rabbits or six pounds of chicken. Braised Groundhog Recipe Serving Size: 6 servings Ingredients 1 (5 to 6 pound) groundhog, cut into 6 serving pieces 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 3/4 cups reduced sodium chicken broth 2 medium onions, chopped 3 cloves garlic, finely chopped 1 teaspoon fresh thyme, chopped 3/4 stick unsalted butter, cut into tablespoon size pieces 2 1/2 cups dry white wine 1/3 cup Dijon mustard 1/4 cup whole grain mustard Directions Rinse the groundhog pieces, remove any fat, and cut out the glands underneath the front legs and armpits, then pat the meat dry. Season with 1 tablespoon Kosher salt and 1 teaspoon pepper. Heat the oil in a large heavy skillet, then brown the meat, in batches. This will take about 5 minutes per batch. Transfer the meat to a medium heavy pot. Reserve the skillet. Add the broth to the pot. Pour off any fat from skillet, then add the onions, garlic, thyme, and 3 tablespoons butter and cook over medium heat, stirring and scraping up any brown bits, until onions are softened. This will take about 5 minutes. Add the wine and boil until the liquid is reduced by half. This will take about 8 minutes. Pour the mixture over the groundhog. Cover the pot and bring to a gentle simmer over medium heat. Braise the groundhog until it is very tender. This will take 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Transfer the groundhog to a serving dish and keep warm. Bring the liquid in the pot to a boil and reduce it to about 3 cups. This will take about 10 minutes. Whisk in the mustards. Remove the pan from the heat and add the remaining 3 tablespoons butter, swirling the pot until incorporated. Season sauce with salt and pepper and pour over the groundhog. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This site does not take responsibility for the information available in this post nor does this website condone kkk schinanagans or piracy. This post excercises the right of free speech imposed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. LIVE EVERY MOMENT, LOVE EVERYDAY If you want a committed man, look in a mental hospital. LIVE Every Moment, LOVE Everyday ! Eh!....your moma dont live here!, PLEASE clean up after yourself!!
  10. BillyBobs'_Barbecue Cajun Shrimp 1/4 c. butter 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 tbsp. Cajun seasoning 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 2 lb. fresh shrimp, peeled, deboned & cleaned 1/2 c. fish stock (make from shrimp shells or use chicken broth) 1/2 c. white wine Heat butter in a large skillet. Add garlic, Cajun seasoning and Worcestershire sauce. Add shrimp and cook just until shrimp are pink and firm to touch. Add stock and white wine and heat just to boil, scraping bits from the side of the pan. Serve on heated plates. Serves 4.
  11. BoobieJo's_non racist, Blackened Catfish (cajun Style) BoobieJo's_non racist, Blackened Catfish (cajun Style) Blackened Catfish (cajun Style) Cook outdoors: 1/2 lb. (2 sticks) unsalted butter, melted. SEASONING MIX: 3/4 tsp. white pepper 1/2 tsp. thyme 1 tbsp. paprika 1 tsp. garlic powder 1 tsp. onion powder 3/4 tsp. black pepper 1/2 tsp. oregano 2 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tsp. red pepper (cayenne) Preheat cast iron skillet on outdoor-cooker at least 10 minutes, until a white ash forms in skillet bottom. Thoroughly combine seasoning mix in a small bowl. Dip fillets in melted butter so that both sides are well coated. Then sprinkle seasoning mix generously and evenly on both sides of fillets, putting it in by hand. Place in hot skillet and add 1 tablespoon of butter over the top of fillets. (Caution - butter will flame.) Cook 2 to 3 minutes on each side until charred. Serve with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Serves 6.
  12. The Man-Eaters Of Tsavo - Full Documentary https://youtu.be/RSZX5jYf4AA [VIDEO]https://youtu.be/RSZX5jYf4AA[/VIDEO]
  13. BoobieJo's_Bourbon Beef Cajun Style eh BoobieJo's_Bourbon Beef Cajun Style eh Bourbon Beef Cajun Style2 oz. Cajun season8 (4 oz.) beef tenderloin steaks (tournedos)4 oz. bourbon - Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam, or Old Grandad1 tsp. parsley, chopped1 onion, julienne cut1 red bell pepper, julienne cut1 green pepper, julienne cut4 mushrooms, sliced2 cloves garlic, minced3 oz. oil3 oz. butterIn a large cast iron skillet, heat oil until just before smoking point. Rub each steak with a generous portion of Cajun seasoning. Place steaks into hot skillet and cook until blackened on the outside on both sides. Remove steaks from pan.Pour all excess oil from pan and wipe pan clean with a towel. Place back on the stove. Add the butter and saute the vegetables until glossy but crunchy. Add bourbon and reduce by 1/2, then add the parsley and pour over the steaks and serve.Serves: 4.__________________
  14. BillyBobs'_ Cajun Bourbon Chicken BillyBobs'_ Cajun Bourbon Chicken soy sauce Cajun Bourbon Chicken 1 cup bourbon 1 cup soy sauce 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 tsp paprika pinch hot red pepper flakes 1 tablespoon molasses 3 cloves garlic, smashed 2 tablespoons freshly grated ginger 1 1/2 teaspoons each onion and garlic powder 6 each chicken thighs and drumsticks salt and pepper, to taste Combine all ingredients (except chicken) for marinade (may be processed in a blender). Set aside 1/2 cup of this marinade in a clean jar (do not use to marinate chicken - this portion will be used for basting the chicken during the grilling). Keep refrigerated. Put marinade into a ziploc bag with chicken pieces and distribute evenly. Marinate chicken for 6-12 hours in refrigerator, turning occasionally. Remove chicken from marinade and drain. Allow to sit at room temperature while grill heats up. Grill over medium high heat (grill open) for 5 minutes, then close grill and reduce heat; continue cooking over low heat, for 15-20 minutes, or until chicken is done (juices will run clear when pierced with a fork). Baste with fresh marinade every few minutes, turning chicken to cook both sides evenly. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.
  15. BooBieJo's_Cajun Chicken With Ginger & Lime Mayonnaise ouulala BooBieJo's_Cajun Chicken With Ginger & Lime Mayonnaise ouulala Cajun Chicken With Ginger & Lime Mayonnaise Cajun Chicken With Ginger & Lime Mayonnaise 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts 1-2 teaspoon cajun seasoning (depending on how much spice you like) 1/3 cup mayonnaise 1 tablespoon fresh ginger, minced 1 lime, juice of 1 dash Tabasco sauce salt and pepper .................................................. ............................................. 1. Slice chicken breasts in half. 2. Place between plastic wrap and flatten slightly, making sure they are all of equal thickness. 3. Mix the mayonnaise, ginger, lime juice, tabasco and salt & pepper together and rub half of it over the chicken breasts. 4. Dust lightly with the Cajun spice mix. 5. Place on a heated barbecue grill and sear for at 4-5 minutes. 6. Turn and sear the other side for at least 5 minutes. 7. Chicken should be well heated through and cooked in middle when cut. 8. Serve with a dollop of the ginger & lime mayonnaise on the side.
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  17. BoobieJo's_Pepperoncini Stuffed With Cajun Crab eh Elpasso Pepperoncini Stuffed With Cajun Crab Quote: 1 lb. cream cheese, room temperature 8 to 12 oz. crab claw meat, shredded 1 1/2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning 1 tablespoon hot sauce 1 teaspoon dried thyme leaves 36 pepperoncini fresh parsley leaves, chopped Cut the stem end off the pepperoncini and carefully scrape out the seeds. Set aside. Beat the cream cheese in the bowl of a mixer with a paddle attachment. Add the crab and continue to mix. Add the Cajun seasoning, hot sauce and thyme; mix until blended. Place mixture into a pastry bag and pipe into the seeded pepperoncini. Dip the cream cheese end of the pepperoncini in the chopped parsley. COOK'S NOTE: If you don't have a pastry bag, use a large ziploc plastic bag with one corner cut off.
  18. BoobieJo's_Cajun Shrimp Over Fettuccine eh Cajun Shrimp Over Fettuccine eh Cajun Shrimp Over Fettuccine Quote: 10 lg. shrimp, peeled and deveined 1 jar Cajun spice 4 oz. brandy 1 tomato diced 2 tbsp. oil 1 green pepper, diced 1 clove garlic, chopped 1 pt. heavy cream Fresh fettuccine for 2 people Have water boiling for pasta. Fresh pasta only takes about 3 minutes, so while shrimp is cooking, pasta should be cooking. Heat saucepan with 2 tablespoons of oil. Roll shrimp in Cajun spice until coated. Place shrimp in pan and cook on both sides until shrimp start turning pink. Add garlic and green pepper. Stir and cook for 1 minute. Remove pan from heat and quickly add brandy. Put pan back on heat and stir. When brandy comes to a simmer, add diced tomato and heavy cream; stir. While cream is reducing, start cooking pasta. Cook the cream until it coats a spoon; about 3 minutes. When pasta is done, drain and arrange on a serving platter. Arrange shrimp over pasta and cover with sauce. Garnish with parsley sprigs.
  19. Redneck Mike's Fiery Cajun Shrimp ouulala Fiery Cajun Shrimp 2 cups (4 sticks) melted butter 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 2 tablespoons ground pepper 2 tablespoons hot sauce (recommended: Texas Pete) 4 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons salt 5 pounds unpeeled medium shrimp 2 lemons, thinly sliced French bread, for dipping Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Stir together the butter, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, pepper, hot sauce, garlic, and salt. Pour half this mixture into a large heatproof RROO. Layer half the shrimp and half the lemon slices in the RROO; then form a second layer with the remaining shrimp and lemon slices, and pour remaining sauce into the RROO. Bake, uncovered, for 20 minutes, or until the shrimp are pink, stirring twice. Pour off the sauce into individual serving dishes. Serve the shrimp with plenty of French bread for dipping in the spicy butter sauce.
  20. CajunMikes'_Spicy Cajun Pasta ouuulala CajunMikes'_Spicy Cajun Pasta Spicy Cajun Pasta 1 can black beans 1 red onion cut into long strips 2 cups chopped chourice 1 1 lb box penne pasta 2 cooked chicken breast 2 tablespoons Cajun seasoning 2 cups medium sized cooked shrimp 1 1/2 cups light cream 2 tablespoons butter 1/2 teaspoon black pepper In large skillet, cook onion in butter for 2 minutes. Add chourice, Cajun spice, and black pepper. Cook for 10 minutes on medium heat. Add chicken breast, shrimp and cream and simmer until thickened. Boil pasta according to package directions while sauce is simmering. Finally, add black beans to sauce. Heat and toss pasta and sauce together. Serve.
  21. Gunman Kills 9 in Dayton Entertainment District Nine people were killed and 27 others were wounded, the police said. It was the second American mass shooting in 24 hours, and the third in a week. By Timothy Williams and Farah Stockman Aug. 4, 2019 Here’s what we’re following: The police said the gunman’s motive was not known yet. The nine people killed in the attack have been identified. ‘There wasn’t any saving,’ said a witness who tried to help. A quick response by officers saved lives, the police chief said. A neighbor remembered the gunman making threats during his high school years. The suspect’s family home was searched. Video 1:549 Are Killed in Dayton in Second Mass Shooting in 24 Hours Officials said the gunman killed nine people and injured 27 others in less than one minute in a busy entertainment district.CreditCreditMaddie McGarvey for The New York Times [For the latest updates, read our Monday live briefing on the Dayton and El Paso shootings.] The police said the gunman’s motive was not known yet. The gunman who killed nine people, including his sister, early Sunday morning in Dayton, Ohio, wore a mask, body armor and hearing protection, and he possessed a high-capacity magazine capable of holding 100 rounds, the police said. The gunman, identified as Connor Betts, 24, used what the police described as an “assault-style rifle” when he opened fire in a busy entertainment district in Dayton. A shotgun was also found in Mr. Betts’s car. Both guns were purchased legally, the police said. The authorities said they still had not established a motive for the shooting. They said Mr. Betts arrived in the entertainment district Saturday evening with his sister, Megan K. Betts, 22, and another “companion.” Mr. Betts then split from the rest of the group for a period of time before opening fire, the authorities said. Ms. Betts was not the first person killed in the assault, and it remained unclear whether Mr. Betts had sought to kill her, the police said. The companion was one of 27 people wounded in the attack, and the police said they had spoken to him. Sign Up for the Morning Briefing Get what you need to know to start your day, delivered to your inbox. Advertisement [Read more about the victims of the Dayton shooting here.] “We do not have substantial information to answer the question everyone wants to know: Why?” said Richard S. Biehl, Dayton’s police chief. “We are very, very early in this investigation.” Chief Biehl, who said officers killed Mr. Betts within 30 seconds of his opening fire, added that the police had no evidence that racial bias had motivated Mr. Betts. Unlock more free articles. Create an account or log in The attack in the popular Oregon district occurred less than 24 hours after 20 people were shot dead at a Walmart store in El Paso. Chief Biehl said there was no indication of a link between the two shootings. Asked if the Dayton gunman was on the police’s radar, Mr. Biehl said: “Not at all. Not at all.” [For the latest updates on the El Paso shooting, read our live briefing.] The nine people killed in the attack have been identified. Along with Ms. Betts, eight people were killed. They ranged in age from 25 to 57. The police identified them as: Lois L. Oglesby, 27, a black female; Saeed Saleh, 38, a black male; Derrick R. Fudge, 57, a black male; Logan Turner, 30, a white male; Nicholas P. Cumer, 25, a white male; Thomas J. McNichols, 25, a black male; Beatrice N. Warren-Curtis, 36, a black female; Monica E. Brickhouse, 39, a black female. Dayton, which was hit by 14 tornadoes in May, reacted in grief and shock. “We have suffered two tragedies in Dayton this year, but one was avoidable” Mayor Nan Whaley wrote in a statement that cited one tally of mass shootings compiled by a group that tracks them. (Using a different definition, there have been 32 mass shootings this year.) “This same tragedy has been inflicted on our nation 250 times this year alone,” the mayor wrote. “When is enough, enough?” Editors’ Picks The Bralette Is Back. This Time Blouses Are Optional. Lana Wood, Natalie’s Little Sister, Has Plenty to Say Advertisement Relatives came forward to remember the victims. Mr. McNichols was “a great father, a great brother — he was a protector,” said Jevin Lamar, a cousin, in a phone interview. Everyone called him Teejay, Mr. Lamar said, adding that he played kickball at family gatherings. Mr. Lamar said he also knew a second victim, Ms. Oglesby, who he said had at least two children, including a new baby. “Now she is gone, and they are never going to see their mother again,” he said. Mr. Lamar said the Oregon district, where the shooting took place, was considered the safest place in the city to party. “If you go anywhere else in Dayton, you could be shot by gang members or robbed,” he said. “But that strip is safe, because it’s nearby colleges. It’s the nice part of downtown Dayton.” ‘There wasn’t any saving,’ said a witness who tried to help. James Williams, 50, who owns a pizzeria called Double Deuce, had been seated with friends on the patio at Ned Peppers, the bar at the scene of the shooting, as a line of people waiting to get into the bar snaked along the sidewalk. Then he and his friends moved to a bar across the street called Newcom’s Tavern. Suddenly, they heard shots. “We heard the bang-bang-bang-bang,” Mr. Williams recalled in a telephone interview on Sunday. “Everybody started rushing to the back of the bar. Then the shots stopped, and people were screaming, ‘Help!’” Mr. Williams and his friend Holly Redman rushed back to Ned Peppers, and found bodies lying all over the ground outside. Officers at the scene were asking for belts to use as tourniquets, Mr. Williams said, so he offered his. Advertisement Ms. Redman, 31, a paraprofessional who works with disabled children and is certified in CPR, began helping an effort to save a man who had been shot in the groin. They did chest compressions. Ms. Redman said she began breathing into his mouth, felt for a pulse, and stripped off her shirt to use to try to stem his bleeding. “He was gurgling,” she said on Sunday. “I looked him in the eye. I tried to talk to him. I said ‘Hang on, buddy.’” But he didn’t survive. She said another man next to her screamed a woman’s name. “They were like ‘She’s gone,’” Ms. Redman said. “And he was like, ‘No. Please, God. Tell me it’s not true.’” There were bodies “everywhere you looked,” she said. “It was like World War II. I just started crying and looking at all these people. That could have been us. Three or four minutes, and that could have been us.” Mr. Williams said he was told that the bouncer at Ned Peppers had prevented the gunman from entering the bar, which opened onto a crowded dance floor. In a Facebook message, Ned Peppers said the bouncer was sent to the hospital for shrapnel-related injuries but was expected to recover. Mr. Williams, who also has a civilian job at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside the city, said he had watched the news of the El Paso mass shooting earlier on Saturday. At the time, he said, he thought it was “just another mass shooting that we hear about all the time, and you never think it’s going to hit home.” Advertisement He said he counted at least seven bodies, including one in the doorway of Ned Peppers, which had been handcuffed. That was the gunman, he said the police told him. A backpack lay nearby. “You just wouldn’t believe the people who have pulled together and tried to save these people, and there wasn’t any saving,” Mr. Williams said. “Most of them were probably dead.” Image Mayor Nan Whaley said officers on patrol in the area shot and killed the gunman within one minute of the first gunshots.CreditLuke Sharrett for The New York Times A quick response by officers saved lives, the police chief said. The shooting began at 1:07 a.m. on East Fifth Street in the city’s Oregon entertainment district, which was bustling with more than one thousand late-night revelers enjoying a warm summer evening, Mayor Whaley said. Uniformed officers on routine patrol in the area responded, shooting and killing the gunman within one minute of his first gunshots, she said. Mr. Betts appeared ready to exact an even higher toll. He was outfitted with a tactical vest, hearing protection, carried a rifle with .223-caliber ammunition and a high-capacity magazine that could hold up to 100 rounds. He had a shotgun in his car that was not used in the attack. The police played a video recording of officers fatally shooting Mr. Betts and another tape in which dozens of gunshots could be heard as frightened people ran down a street. The police said Mr. Betts had been trying to enter a crowded bar, Ned Peppers, when officers fatally shot him. Had he succeeded in getting inside the bar, Mr. Biehl, the police chief, said there would have been far more deaths.” Advertisement “Had this individual made it through the doorway of Ned Peppers with that level of weaponry, there would have been a catastrophic injury and loss of life, so stopping him before he got inside there — you saw all those people were running in there — was essential,” Mr. Biehl said. No manifesto or social media presence has been found so far for Mr. Betts. The police said they are treating Mr. Betts’ family like other victims given that they have lost their daughter. A neighbor remembered the gunman making threats during his high school years. Theo Gainey, 25, who lived for 10 years down the block from the Bettses and was a year ahead of Connor Betts in school, remembered him as a “bit of an outcast,” ostracized in large part because of threats he made at school that got him into serious trouble. “He got arrested on the school bus” for the threats, said Mr. Gainey, who added that he was on the bus himself when it happened. He recalled Mr. Betts being a freshman or sophomore at the time. Mr. Gainey did not remember the specifics of the threats but said that Mr. Betts had to leave school for the rest of that year. When he returned, “the threat thing followed him, and people didn’t want to hang out with him.” The suspect’s family home was searched. BELLBROOK, Ohio — The police searched a house in a quiet suburb southeast of Dayton early Sunday morning, where the man identified by the officials as the gunman lived with his parents. The house is on a cul-de-sac that had been blocked on Sunday with temporary barriers, a strange sight in a neighborhood of otherwise peaceful homes of freshly mowed lawns and people doing yard work. “Just like everybody else in the world, you don’t expect it to be a few blocks from your place,” said Brian Harris, who was standing up the street with his wife, Diane; they own a machine shop. “This is one of the safest places,” Ms. Harris said. Advertisement Nikki Peralli, 25, remembered the suspected gunman, Mr. Betts, only as “tall, skinny and brown-haired.” Brad Howard, 25, said he had known Mr. Betts since before kindergarten and rode the bus with him to school for years, talking about rock bands like the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Mr. Howard added, “Obviously, if you’re going to go and make an action like that — if you’re going to do that — there’s clearly something that had caused that in his mind.” He had not talked with Mr. Betts for months, he said. “I had a bunch of missed calls, I opened my phone,” he said. “It was just another one of those things, just a kick in the teeth.” One woman says that in the chaos, ‘I got trampled.’ Cassandra Lopez, 23, said she first thought the gunshots were part of the music. She and five of her friends were at Ned Peppers for a “normal Saturday night” when they heard what she said were about 25 shots. “I told my friend I was going to go to the back patio because I needed some air,” Ms. Lopez said Sunday in a telephone interview. “It was really hot in there. As I was walking towards the back, guns just started going off like crazy.” “The next thing I knew, bodies were hitting the floor,” she added. “People were screaming and crying. I was on the floor, I couldn’t get up, I got trampled.” Advertisement In all, Ms. Lopez said she was on the floor for roughly two minutes, until someone helped her up and escorted her to safety. She told the police: “We just couldn’t get up. Too many people. Shoes everywhere.” Ms. Lopez said she was injured in the chaos, but had not yet gone to the hospital to seek treatment. “I have a couple of pieces of glass that’s stuck in my foot,” she said. “Little shards. I’m banged up all over. My ribs are bruised, my knees are bruised. I lost my shoes, my clothes are ruined.” She said none of her friends were seriously injured. The shooting took place outside the bar. “It’s crazy, we can’t even go to a bar and have a drink without something like this happening,” she said. There was an outpouring of support for Dayton. Mayor Whaley said that the mayors of some 50 cities around the nation had contacted her. “Sadly, this isn’t something only the city of Dayton has experienced,” she said. “It’s sad to me that now Dayton is one of these communities as well.” Ms. Whaley said that victims, including one who is in critical condition and several who were in serious condition, were receiving treatment at local hospitals. An employee at Ned Peppers, a bar on the street, wrote in a post on Instagram that “all of our staff is safe and our hearts go out to everyone involved as we gather information.” 1 mi. 1 km. Ohio By The New York Times This has been a particularly brutal week for gun violence. It was the latest tragedy in one of the worst weeks in memory for gun violence in the United States. The shooting came less than a day after the El Paso massacre. Last week, a gunman killed three people and wounded 13 others in a shooting at a garlic festival in Gilroy, Calif. Advertisement In all, there have been at least 32 mass shootings, defined as three or more killings in a single episode, in the United States this year. On Twitter, most of the trending topics — the subjects talked about the most — were about gun violence. At one point Sunday morning, so many people used the phrase “another shooting” it became one of the nation’s top 10 topics. Rod Rosenstein, the former deputy attorney general, wrote on Twitter late Saturday that “killing random civilians to spread a political message is terrorism.” “F.B.I. classifies it as domestic terrorism, but ‘white terrorism’ is more precise,” Mr. Rosenstein said on Twitter. “Many of the killers are lone-wolf losers indoctrinated to hate through the internet, just like Islamic terrorists.” Image Emergency crews on Sunday removed the bodies of victims of the shooting.CreditJohn Minchillo/Associated Press President Trump and Gov. Mike DeWine expressed their condolences. President Trump weighed in on both of the weekend’s mass shootings early Sunday, writing on Twitter, “God bless the people of El Paso Texas. God bless the people of Dayton, Ohio.” Advertisement In a second post, he wrote: “The F.B.I., local and state law enforcement are working together in El Paso and in Dayton, Ohio. Information is rapidly being accumulated in Dayton.” He added: “Law enforcement was very rapid in both instances. Updates will be given throughout the day!” Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio released a statement on Sunday expressing grief. “Fran and I are absolutely heartbroken over the horrible attack that occurred this morning in Dayton,” he said, referring to his wife. “We join those across Ohio and this country in offering our prayers to victims and their families.”
  22. Double Salsa Burgers made by real mexicans Quote: Ingredients: 1 large tomato, seeded and finely chopped 1/2 cup finely chopped green sweet pepper 1/4 cup finely chopped red onion 2 finely chopped, seeded jalapeno peppers 1 clove garlic, minced 1 Tablespoon snipped cilantro 1/4 teaspoon salt 1-1/2 pounds lean ground beef 2 cups shredded lettuce 1/3 cup finely shredded cheddar cheese 1/4 cup dairy sour cream and/or guacamole Directions: For salsa, in a bowl combine tomato, green sweet pepper, onion, jalapeno peppers, garlic, cilantro, and salt. Set aside 2 Tablespoons of the salsa. Cover and chill remaining salsa until serving time. In another bowl combine ground beef and the 2 Tablespoons of salsa; mix well. Shape mixture into six 1/2-inch-thick oval patties. Grill patties on an uncovered grill directly over medium coals for 13 to 15 minutes or until an instant-read thermometer inserted in side of patty registers 160 degrees F, turning patties once halfway through grilling time. Arrange shredded lettuce on individual plates. Top with burgers, remaining salsa, and cheddar cheese. Serve with sour cream and/or guacamole.