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HOUSTON -- Brian Flores had a problem, a big one, at halftime of the New England Patriots' divisional-round playoff game with the Houston Texans last month. Bill Belichick's linebackers coach had just discovered that his pregnant wife's water broke while she was sitting in the Gillette Stadium stands.

In other words, a man who works for Mr. Do Your Job was no longer sure he could do his with the Patriots holding a vulnerable four-point lead. Flores informed Belichick of his predicament. Based on the vibe the coach projects in public settings, and the character he plays in his news conferences, strangers might've expected him to remind Flores that the season was very much on the brink, that his wife Jennifer was a savvy veteran of the experience (she'd already given birth to two boys), and that maybe this time she needed to take one for the team.

Instead, Belichick told Flores he could leave the building immediately if he needed to be by his wife. Jennifer ended up in an ambulance heading for the hospital, but on the phone she told her husband she wasn't having contractions, and like a true Patriot, he should stick it out for the second half. Brian made it to the hospital after the Texans were dispatched, and their daughter Liliana was born the next morning.

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"It meant a lot to us," Flores said, "but Bill's response was exactly the one I expected. There's a tremendous human side to him. He was at my wedding, and that was great. He knows football is very important to all of us, which is why we spend so much time and hours around the game and constantly work at it to get better. But at the same time Bill understands family comes first."

On Sunday night, when the Patriots face the Atlanta Falcons, Belichick will have a chance to become the first head coach with five Super Bowl victories to his name. He has maintained a staggering 16-year dynasty often defined as cold and robo-like, churning out division titles and 14-win seasons while cutting and trading the lesser lights surrounding the franchise player, Tom Brady, as soon as they earn or want to earn a dollar more than the Belichick system says they're worth. In fact, it seems the Patriots are portrayed as human only when the subject is their real or imagined human failings (i.e., anything with the dreaded "gate" attached to the end of it).

But there is indeed a heartbeat inside this winning machine, no matter how hard Belichick tries to hide it. New England's assistant coaches spoke to that truth in the lead-up to Super Bowl LI, and only the big-game rules requiring Belichick's helpers to be available to the news media three times last week allowed them the opportunity. Most football fans know the coordinators, Josh McDaniels (offense) and Matt Patricia (defense), because McDaniels is a photogenic former and future head coach, and because the bearded, robust Patricia looks like he just stumbled out of a scene from "The Revenant."

The rest of the cast is about as faceless as Belichick's practice squad. The non-coordinators haven't been heard from since the middle of the season, when they emerged groundhog-style during the bye, saw Belichick's shadow, and quickly retreated to their bunkers for another 12 weeks of wintry silence.

They do have stories to tell, of course, and Steve Belichick, the safeties coach and the boss's son, spent the week sharing some about his old man and his late grandfather, the lifer scout at Navy for whom Steve was named. Steve seemed to do a pretty good job dealing with the repeat questions and the lights-camera-inaction media setting that will never be comfortable to a member of the Belichick brood.

The other assistants? They're not Bill's flesh and blood, and so they might've been better equipped to give the average fan an idea of what it's like to work for an expressionless figure often painted as a dark overlord of an all-work, no-play program. And to a man they swear that Belichick is not merely the greatest NFL coach of all time; he's the greatest listener of all time. They say he forever encourages assistants to come at him with contrary opinions and creative takes, as long as they have the goods to back them up.

Belichick notarized that thought the other day when recalling past debates with his former director of pro scouting, Detroit Lions general manager Bob Quinn, and admitting "quite often [Quinn] was right in his opinion and I felt like he was wrong in mine. He gave me great direction."


Head coach Bill Belichick has been a mentor and friend to linebackers coach Brian Flores (left) and defensive line coach Brendan Daly. Steven Senne/AP Photo
The nicest thing Belichick has done for you

But Belichick's connection with his subordinates doesn't revolve only around a free-flowing give-and-take on strategy and personnel. Eight Patriots assistants were asked this simple question -- What is the nicest thing Bill Belichick has ever done for you? -- and nearly all of them paused or stammered before answering, as if their internal Patriot Way alarm clock had suddenly gone off.

Should I really answer this? Would Coach Belichick want me giving specifics here? Does Bill really care to be humanized like this, especially during Super Bowl week?

Flores, a Brooklyn guy and a Belichick employee for 13 years, was one of the quicker aides to offer up his anecdote, and even he cautioned himself by saying, "I'm not sure this is the time and place for that." Brendan Daly, defensive line coach and a third-year Patriot, was also relatively fast to the draw with the story of his father-in-law's death last year the day before Thanksgiving.

"We're playing at Denver on Sunday night, and I needed to be at the services for my wife and kids on the Monday after the game," Daly said. "Bill was phenomenal. I went to the game in Denver, and he had a car grab me at the stadium as soon as it was over and rushed me to the airport and got me there. He said, 'Do whatever you need to do and take whatever time you need to take,' and I ended up going to the services Monday and coming back late Monday night. He made it easy."

It's fairly clear from a little time in the company of New England's hidden assistants that they're earnest, focused and likable men. Dante Scarnecchia (offensive line) and Ivan Fears (running backs), the senior citizens of the group, would be all-world quote makers for reporters covering a less restrictive regime. Fears spent part of an interview last week pleading with a reporter to understand what really makes Belichick tick.

"The guy you guys are seeing isn't Bill," said Fears, who started working for the Patriots when Belichick was a rookie head coach in Cleveland. "That's the guy up there to do the press conferences. No, you've got to know Bill. No, no, no, you've got to know Bill. If you know Bill, you understand why the players love him and you understand why we love working for him. Bill is a hell of a dude, I'm telling you. ...Get away from the media thing and know Bill."

"I think for the staff, Bill's done plenty of nice things, none of which I'd share with anybody outside the staff room. There's been plenty of times, and that's just him. But listen, if you're looking for a lot of 'attaboys,' there's not many of them, OK?"
Dante Scarnecchia, Patriots O-line coach on working with Bill Belichick
Fears didn't want to answer the question about Belichick's kindest personal gesture, other than saying he appreciated his continued employment. But when pressed, the running backs coach said, "Well, I'd rather not tell you. I've had some health issues and he's been a good boss. He's been a really, really good boss."

Scarnecchia readily agreed with that assessment. At 68, summoned out of retirement after the offensive line's AFC Championship Game collapse last year in Denver, Scarnecchia raved about the Belichick work environment, and the boss's flexibility on blocking schemes and the rest. Only when it came to specifics in the area of common decency did the old-schooler go old-school.

"I think for the staff, Bill's done plenty of nice things," Scarnecchia said, "none of which I'd share with anybody outside the staff room. There's been plenty of times, and that's just him. But listen, if you're looking for a lot of 'attaboys,' there's not many of them, OK?"

OK, Belichick will never be confused with his Patriots predecessor, Pete Carroll, when it comes to fostering an atmosphere best described as warm and fuzzy. Without blinking, Belichick has gotten rid of big-name, medium-name and little-name Patriots the minute they had lost a step, their past contributions to his legacy be damned. He's in the business of serial winning, and he never forgets that serial winning is just that -- a business.

Only he couldn't inspire his coaches and players to achieve at such a high level for such a long period of time without reaching them on a personal level. Josh Boyer, cornerbacks coach, said he prefers to keep Belichick's gracious gestures private. "But anytime I've ever needed help," Boyer said, "Bill has always been there to help me."

Jerry Schuplinski, assistant quarterbacks coach and a fourth-year Patriot, spoke of the first time he sat with Belichick for a job interview. "He made you feel very comfortable," Schuplinski said. "He was asking me about my career, why you would want to do this, what your family situation is like, and what your wife feels about this job. It almost felt like I was talking to one of my buddies about something important. I really don't think he's got an ego." And about that nicest thing your boss has done for you? "Oh man," Schuplinski said. "Gave me a job. Shoot, um, just knowing who my kids are and knowing who my wife is when they happen to be around. We'll talk every now and then, and around the holidays he gives the kids a gift or says, 'Hey, give this to your daughter.'"

Brian Daboll, widely known as an all-around good dude and fun guy, coached under Belichick in the early dynasty years, left to work with Eric Mangini in New York and Cleveland, and actually returned in 2013 (despite his association with Mangini, the one who fingered Belichick in Spygate). Given that second chance, Daboll was a bit hesitant to elaborate on Belichick's lighter, behind-the-scenes touch.

"I can go on and on," Daboll said. "He's done a lot, he really has. He lent me a car for my first six months just so I could get around in 2000, when I had absolutely nothing and was just grinding away. He's a really good person."

Chad O'Shea, wide receivers coach for eight years, said the most underappreciated part of working for Belichick -- whose younger son, Brian, is also on staff -- is the care he shows for employees' families. "I think he's outstanding that way," O'Shea said, "and it's far from probably what people think of him. He's very good with our children. He's very generous on holidays in terms of gifts. It's not uncommon for him to get football cards for the coaches who have sons.

"There's not a day I go in there that I don't genuinely enjoy and want to work for Bill Belichick. I feel strongly about that because he cares about you both as a coach and as a person."


"The guy you guys are seeing isn't Bill [Belichick]. That's the guy up there to do the press conferences. No, you've got to know Bill," said Patriots running backs coach Ivan Fears. Michael Madrid/USA TODAY Sports
The softer side of Belichick

It isn't hard to summon the tales from Belichick's crypt that show him to be an awfully difficult guy to deal with. Those stories are real. Remember what he did to that poor photographer just doing his job years ago in the postgame scrum? Remember how he excommunicated Mangini for being the Spygate whistleblower? Remember ... oh, well, remember a lot of things.

Belichick has committed plenty of unforced errors against his own public image, though he's not a one-dimensional intimidator who rules exclusively by fear. So this is an equal-time airing of the softer side.

Take Willie McGinest, a defensive star of the past. When Belichick released McGinest after the 2005 season, the player was upset; McGinest wanted to retire a Patriot. The coach showed some grace and respect for McGinest's stature by calling him to ask his permission to give his No. 55 jersey to the new guy, Junior Seau. (Permission granted: Seau had passed down the number to McGinest at USC, he told the coach.)

Take a defensive role player from the past, Dan Klecko, who never forgot it when Belichick gave a speech to the entire team about Klecko's father, Joe, a great pass-rusher with the New York Jets, while shooting Dan a wink and a smile. Klecko once saw the coach give a book of children's poetry, "Where the Sidewalk Ends," to a teammate whose wife had just had a baby, and wished people could see through that window into the coach's soul.

Take the assistants in Cleveland who were worn down to the nub by Belichick's near-maniacal schedule, but who were rewarded with Belichick's generosity; he gave them all the money from his Browns radio and TV shows, and even offered hundred-dollar handshakes to crew members who had to put up with his bunk.

Take Vince Lombardi's grandson John, who was a scouting assistant in Cleveland when Belichick would wave him into an office and hand him a hundred bucks or a steakhouse certificate for a job well-done.

Take Tony Dick, a member of Belichick's grounds crew in Cleveland with current Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff. Dick attended New England's Super Bowl victory over Seattle two years ago, wrote a note of congratulations to the winning coach, and then received from Belichick an autographed Super Bowl ball for his son. Take Mark Jackson, the Villanova athletic director now and a quality control coach with the 2000 Patriots. His father died of cancer on Christmas day that year, and he never forgot Belichick's support.

Take current Patriots tackle Nate Solder, a testicular cancer survivor who has credited Belichick for his steady reassurance since Solder's 18-month-old son Hudson was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 2015. Take former Patriots fullback Heath Evans, who blew out his knee as a member of the 2009 Saints and, within hours, had a phone message from his former coach expressing his dismay and asking if there was anything he could do for him. "And I wasn't Willie McGinest or Tedy Bruschi or Mike Vrabel when I was there," Evans said. "That message meant a lot to me and my family."

Take Kyle Eckel, an undrafted free agent on the 2007 Patriots who rose one morning that season to a Boston Globe story about his alleged misconduct at Navy -- cherished home of all things Belichick -- and his dismissal from the military. Eckel showed up at the Patriots facility that day sick to his stomach. As the coach approached him in the hallway, Eckel thought he was toast.

"Instead, he pulled me over," Eckel recalled, "and says, 'Don't worry about it. I've had much worse written about me.' He cracked a small smile. It felt like a thousand pounds were lifted off my shoulders. ...I was a special-teams guy who came in at the end of games when we were up 40 so nobody else had to get hit. I can't imagine what those interactions with Coach Belichick do for guys who play every down and make big plays in big games."

Those big-name, big-play guys found out the hard way at the end of that 2007 season. The Patriots suffered their most devastating defeat of the Belichick/Brady era, losing Super Bowl XLII and an historic 19-0 season to the New York Giants on, among other things, David Tyree's helmet catch, maybe the most absurd play the sport has seen.

In his locker room afterward, Belichick found a wide circle of broken men. To ease the pain of those who were hunched over and crying, and of those who were frozen in a state of disbelief, Belichick blamed himself for the defeat. He told the best team he ever had that he should have done a better job preparing it for this night. It might've been his finest moment as New England's head coach.

So if the Patriots fail to defeat the Falcons on Sunday night, they'll at least know this much: They will be addressed on the losing side of the stadium by a real human being with real human feelings, and not by some heartless machine.


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NFL’s dark side: Haunted by husband’s death, widow takes CTE fight to Super Bowl

Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler was helped from the field after a hard tackle against the Steelers in 1976. After retiring from the NFL, Stabler was diagnosed with Stage 3 CTE, but was “lucky” to die from prostrate cancer in 2015 at age 69, according to his longtime girlfriend, Kim Bush.
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Cyndy Feasel, who watched her husband’s slow deterioration in his final years, wants people to understand the dangers of head injuries from playing football. Grant Feasel, who played for the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL, died at age 52 after battling alcoholism and other issues due to CTE, she says. Grant Feasel played center for the Seattle Seahawks and died at age 52 after battling alcoholism and other issues due to CTE, his widow says. Grant and Cyndy Feasel are shown as a young couple, long before he struggled with CTE and alcoholism. He died at age 52. Cyndy Feasel has co-authored a book called "After the Cheering Stops" about her late ex-husband, Grant Feasel, who played in the NFL and died at age 52 after battling alcoholism and other issues due to CTE. Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler was helped from the field after a hard tackle against the Steelers in 1976. After retiring from the NFL, Stabler was diagnosed with Stage 3 CTE, but was “lucky” to die from prostrate cancer in 2015 at age 69, according to his longtime girlfriend, Kim Bush.

On May 3, 2012, Junior Seau, a star linebacker with the San Diego Chargers for 20 seasons, shot himself in the chest and died. He was 43. Fifteen months earlier, Chicago Bears safety Dave Duerson, a four-time Pro Bowl selection, ended his struggle the same way at age 50. He left a note.

Tormented, Duerson wanted his family to donate his brain to the Concussion Legacy Foundation in Boston.

The autopsy of Duerson’s brain revealed he had chronic traumatic encephalopathy, now commonly known as CTE, the degenerative brain disease related to repeated blows to the head. Immediately it was speculated that Seau, one of the NFL’s most punishing players, had secretly been succumbing to CTE, too.

As Seau’s death reverberated across the league, two former NFL players — and likely many more — trapped within their own mysteriously deteriorating minds and coping as best they could with depression, sleeplessness, motor impairment, irritability, fits of aggression and dementia, suddenly realized the truth as sure as the white spots that flashed before their eyes after a jarring hit.

“We were watching TV that night and he just said, ‘Man, you know, that’s what’s going on,” said Kim Bush, repeating the words of her longtime boyfriend and former Raiders quarterback Kenny Stabler, who was hearing near-constant ringing in his ears.


Bush said Stabler, who was later diagnosed with Stage 3 CTE, was “lucky” to die from prostate cancer in 2015 at age 69, before CTE could unleash its full horror.

That same night, in a spacious Colleyville home, former Seattle Seahawks center Grant Feasel, once a mountain of man, 6 foot 7 and 278 pounds, sat as he usually did at this point, in a darkened bedroom, drinking, with a purpose.

Feasel grew up in Barstow, Calif., and followed his older brother Greg to play football at Abilene Christian, married his college sweetheart Cyndy and delayed medical school as his NFL career unexpectedly flourished.

But after hearing the news of Seau’s suicide, he would soon tell Cyndy, who divorced him only months earlier while on the verge of her own breakdown after years of struggling to make sense of his increasingly erratic and inebriated behavior: “You know, I think I’ve got what Mike [Webster] and Junior and Keli [McGregor] and all these guys have. There’s something wrong with me.”


On July 15, 2012, two months after Seau’s suicide and one month after 62-year-old former Falcons star safety Ray Easterling shot himself, Feasel, 52 and a father of three, was dead.

I THINK THAT THERE ARE CERTAIN PEOPLE THAT STILL THINK THAT MAYBE THIS IS JUST A RANDOM THING, THAT IT’S MADE UP. IT’S NOT, IT’S FOR REAL. I WANT ATHLETES, ADMINISTRATORS, PARENTS, I WANT PEOPLE TO KNOW THAT IT’S REAL.
Cyndy Feasel, widow of former NFL player

Cirrhosis of the liver was the official cause of death. But his ex-wife believes it only masked the true killer, the same one that drove Duerson, Seau and Easterling to pick up a gun.


Cyndy kept a journal during their struggles with CTE, which evolved to the November release of her book, After the Cheering Stops: An NFL Wife’s Story of Concussions, Loss and the Faith That Saw Her Through. She also co-founded a new support group called Faces of CTE, and on Monday at the St. Regis hotel in Houston — in the shadow of Super Bowl LI — Cyndy and co-founder Kimberly Archie will lead a news conference to shed more light on football’s dark side. The group’s website, FacesOfCTE.com, launched Saturday.

Dr. Ann McKee, the pioneering neurologist in the study of CTE at Boston University, who sliced into the brains of Duerson, Easterling and Seau before Feasel, and Stabler and many others after him, discovered that Feasel had Stage 3 CTE. Affecting the brain’s frontal lobs, key in governing impulse control, CTE almost assuredly made it near-impossible for Feasel to resist the urge to self-medicate with vodka.

“I really do believe that if these individuals could see what was happening to them at the end of their lives, and see how it’s destroying their family, they never would have played football,” McKee said.

Over the past decade, multiple concussion lawsuits have been filed against the NFL and NCAA. Thousands of former NFL players who have been diagnosed with brain injuries linked to repeated concussions will soon begin collecting on a $1 billion settlement with the league. The NCAA settled a $75 million lawsuit with former players providing medical monitoring.

A Fort Worth law firm this month filed a concussion lawsuit in Indianapolis against the NCAA and Big 12.

‘He wasn’t the same person’

Cyndy lost everything: Her husband, her house, the family savings and even her relationship with her three children, now ages 22 to 31. Her two sons and recently married daughter stopped speaking to her after she left their father and did not want to her write a book, which they contend includes some accounts that are not entirely true.

An art teacher at Fort Worth Christian School, she lives alone in a duplex in North Richland Hills.

FACES OF CTE CO-FOUNDERS WILL HAVE A NEWS CONFERENCE AT 1 P.M. MONDAY AT THE ST. REGIS HOTEL IN HOUSTON TO ANNOUNCE THEIR NEW SUPPORT GROUP.

Until the brain autopsy revealed CTE, Cyndy was desperate to understand what was happening to the soft-spoken, intelligent and highly organized man she married in 1983. She wondered why Grant hid alcohol all around the house; why he had become increasingly verbally abusive and short-tempered; why he made one poor financial decision after another, eventually resulting in the foreclosure of their home and the loss of life insurance; and why he detached from friends and family and retreated to a darkened bedroom.

“He wasn’t the same person,” Cyndy said. “He was sweet and kind. He was awesome. He was a Renaissance man. But slowly over the years we started getting this giant divide between us and I didn’t know what was in the house with us.

“After a while, the alcohol started taking over his personality and just changing him. It seems so clear now that he had CTE, and I understand all the symptoms.”

The CTE revelation in many ways unlocked her own prison door. In those final years, in which her own depression hit rock-bottom, she started keeping her journal. She also met Archie — who lost her son Paul at age 24 from effects of CTE caused by football — on Twitter after they started retweeting each other, and together they co-founded the support group.

They’ll be joined at Monday’s news conference by Debbie Pyke, who lost her son Joe at age 25, plus Mary Seau, Junior Seau’s sister, who also heads the Mary Seau CTE Foundation.

Faces of CTE is designed to show how the disease affects athletes of all ages — and not only NFL players — and to serve as a resource for families who have lost a loved one with CTE or who believe a family member has CTE. They also will announce the first CTE Awareness Day, which they will commemorate each year during the week of the Super Bowl.

WHEN YOU GOT A CONCUSSION BACK THEN, NOBODY REALLY KNEW TOO MUCH WHAT THE LONG-TERM EFFECTS WERE. THE TEAM, THEIR GOAL WAS TO KEEP YOU ON THE FIELD AND PLAY.
Dave Krieg, NFL QB, 1980-1998

One of Feasel’s former teammates, quarterback Dave Krieg, described him as “very intelligent, witty, personable and smart.” He said during their playing days he never knew Feasel to be much of a drinker. Krieg said he does not experience symptoms associated with brain damage, though he admits sometimes if he’s feeling especially sluggish or fatigued, a moment of paranoia creeps in.

“When you got a concussion back then, nobody really knew too much what the long-term effects were,” said Krieg, whose two sons play hockey and have each experienced concussions. “The team, their goal was to keep you on the field and play. And as a player, in order to get paid, you had to be out on the field. They don’t have the testing that they do now.”

As a center and deep snapper over 10 seasons and 117 NFL games from 1983 to 1992, plus college, high school and before that, Feasel was literally a battering ram after every snap.

“I want people to understand that it’s a real disease,” Cyndy said. “I think that there are certain people that still think that maybe this is just a random thing, that it’s made up. It’s not, it’s for real. I want athletes, administrators, parents, I want people to know that it’s real.”

‘It makes you angry’

Cyndy said she would love for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to attend Monday’s news conference, but she knows he likely won’t. She said the league has been informed of the press conference, but no one has made contact. Two NFL spokesmen this week did not reply to emails sent by the Star-Telegram requesting comment.

Families of CTE victims want the NFL to be consistent in acknowledging the correlation between repeated blows to the head and brain disease.

Last year, the NFL cut funding to Boston University’s research into diagnosing CTE in patients before they die. Currently, CTE can only be detected in a brain autopsy after the player dies, and a family member must donate the brain.

The NFL has long been accused of withholding information regarding brain injuries. The PBS documentary League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis makes the case that beginning in the late 1990s, the NFL ignored mounting evidence about long-term dangers of concussions and attempted to rebut emerging science with questionable research of its own.

Just a year ago at a news conference during Super Bowl week in San Francisco, a member of the league’s head, neck and spine committee, Dr. Mitch Berger, would not acknowledge a link between repetitive hits to the head caused by football and CTE.

244 concussions suffered by NFL players in 2016, according to the NFL’s annual injury data results that was released Thursday. The league says concussions are down from 275 in 2015, but up from 206 recorded concussions in 2014.
His comments came the same week that it was announced that CTE was found in Stabler’s brain. Chris Nowinski, co-founder of Concussion Legacy Foundation and who has engaged with Stabler’s longtime partner Bush, Mary Seau and Cyndy on CTE awareness efforts, was there and became enraged.

“It’s outrageous,” said Bush, who was in San Francisco last year during Super Bowl week waiting to hear if Stabler would be inducted into the Hall of Fame. (He was, six months after his death.) “I remember talking to Chris and going, ‘Can you believe this bulls---?’ It makes you angry and, again, the league has done a very good job of slip-sliding around it and trying to push it under the rug. But it’s too late now.”

On Thursday, the NFL released its annual injury data results and reported 244 concussions in 2016, including preseason and regular-season games. The league says concussions are down from 275 in 2015, but up from 206 recorded concussions in 2014.

The NFL’s count can be taken with some skepticism. On Wednesday, the league announced that its concussion protocol wasn’t strictly followed by the Miami Dolphins after quarterback Matt Moore was treated for a hit to the chin and mouth in a wild-card playoff game. The concussion protocol is an evaluation process designed to ensure that a player does not re-enter a game if he exhibits signs of a concussion. Moore re-entered the game and said afterward he felt fine when he returned.

Bush recalled a game Stabler told her about in which he got hit so hard on the previous play that when he broke the huddle for the next play he was facing the wrong way. But Bush insists, as do concussion experts, that the danger is not just about concussions, but the accumulation of blows — sub-concussive hits — to the head.

“And that is where the damage occurs, and that is the whole point of this movement and what has to be done,” Bush said. “It’s the repetitive blows. They are not giving the brain time to recover from a blow and you go back in and it’s just insult to injury.”

‘It’s very depressing’

The most current data from researchers at Boston University confirmed CTE in the brains of 91 of 95 deceased former NFL players tested. McKee said researchers are working to develop a test for CTE for players still living. That could come in the “next few years,” she said. The next goal is coming up with ways to treat CTE.

She said more brain donors are needed — especially the brains of deceased NFL players who did not show symptoms of CTE.

I, FOR ONE, DON’T WATCH FOOTBALL ANYMORE BECAUSE I CAN’T. I CAN NO LONGER SORT OF RECONCILE WHAT I’M SEEING AT MY WORK AND WATCHING THE GAME ON TELEVISION.
Dr. Ann McKee, neurologist specializing in the study of CTE at Boston University

Even as the scientific side makes significant progress, McKee fears the numbers of players who will have CTE will spike dramatically as recently retired players and current players grow older.

“We’re seeing a lot of it in our brain bank, and even though it’s not representative of the general population, the number we’re seeing is really getting quite disturbing,” said McKee, a former NFL and Green Bay Packers fan. “I, for one, don’t watch football anymore because I can’t. I can no longer sort of reconcile what I’m seeing at my work and watching the game on television.

“It’s been a long road, and it’s depressing,” McKee said. “It’s very depressing.”

The same can be said for the family members living with a loved one suffering with destructive symptoms of CTE.

“I noticed in the last five years of his life when I attended family barbecues or get-togethers, I saw much more sadness in his eyes and I couldn’t figure it out,” Mary Seau said of her brother. “And now I know it was part of his depression. This is what they go through — they’re trying to kill whatever is going on in their mind. It’s where the alcoholism comes in, and then there’s just times where they want to drive off the freeway.”

Seau did just that in 2010, careening off a cliff. He survived and later told his sister in the hospital that he had simply fallen asleep at the wheel. She had her doubts, but she also had no basis for understanding that Seau’s brain was gradually turning on him.

Cyndy once knew every noseguard her husband went up against. She also once thought that him getting a concussion was better than a broken leg — at least he’d be able to play the next week.

Now she watches football with one eye closed, she said. Unable to bear the thud of crashing helmets, her lone mission on Sundays is to document head injuries on her Facebook page.

“When I look back on it and the facts that I know now and the science that I know now, repetitive hits to the head cause brain trauma,” Cyndy said. “It’s just scientific evidence now and for people to sit and watch the games every week and act like this is not happening, that’s a joke.”

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Kanye West - his mom.
Nas - his mom.
Andre 3000 - his mom.
Bruno Mars - his mom.
Jay-Z - his nephew.
Damon Dash - Aahliyah
James Prince - Pimp C.
T.I - his cousin, Dolla, friend.
Suge Knight - Tupac
Diddy - Biggie Smalls
Ludacris - Camouflage
Lady Gaga - Lina Morgana
Nicki Minaj - her cousin.
Bruce Springsteen - his cousin.
The Game - Billboard
Eminem - Proof.
50 Cent - Jam Master Jay
Dr. Dre - Nate Dogg, his son.
Drake - his uncle.
Krayzie Bone - Tombstone
KRS-One - Scott La’Rock
Dizzee Rascal - his ex girlfriend.
Keanu Reeves - his ex girlfriend.
Ashton Kutcher - his ex girlfriend.
Megan Fox - her ex boyfriend.
Meryl Streep - her ex boyfriend. 
Alicia Keys - her friend. 
Akon - his friend.
Lebron James - his friend.
Heidi Montag - Dr. Ryan
Adrian Peterson - his son.
Bill Cosby - his son.
Lamar Odom - his son, cousin.
Matt Bryant - his son.
John Travolta - his son.
Eddie Levert - his son.
John Travolta- his son.
Marie Osmond - her son.
Eric Clapton - his son.
Robert Plant - his son.
Prince - his son,  his father.
Tracy Martin - his son.
Anna Nicole Smith - her son.
Taraji Henson - her son’s father.
Obama - his grandmother. 
Jamie Foxx - his grandmother.
The Rolling Stones - Brian Jones
Mary-Kate Olsen - Health Ledger.
Brandy Norwood - Whitney Houston.
Jennifer Hudson - whole family.
Lil Wayne - his father and Static Major.
Tiger Woods - his father.
Cristiano Ronaldo - his father.
Charice - her father.
Pitbull - his father.
Usher - his father, his stepson.
Wyclef Jean - his father.
Michael Jordon - his father.
N-Dubz - Father/Uncle/Manager.
Mike Tyson - his daughter.
Duane Chapman - his daughter.
Mark Jackson - Gilani Taylor/her daughter
Liam Neeson - wife.
Cam’ron - Big L
Jim Jones - Stack Bundles
Queen Latifah - her brother.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt - his brother.
Soulja Boy - his brother.
Mark Ruffalo - his brother.
Jermain Defoe - his brother.
Chief Keef - his stepbrother.
Venus/Serena Williams - their sister.
Aaron/Nick Carter - their sister.
Macaulay Culkin - his sister.
Jackson Family - Michael Jackson
Kardashian Family - Robert Kardashian
Jesse Jackson - Martin Luther King Jr.
Louis Farrakhan - Malcolm X
Michael Brea - his mother.
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Ryan Dunn died age 34 (7), died on Route 322 (Skull and Bones) in a ‘fiery’ car crash in a Porshe 911 GT3 after 11 drinks, driving 130 mph, June 21st, 2011 (June 21 – Litha is one of the Illuminati’s Human Sacrifice Nights/Summer Solstice), 3 A.M. (6+2+1=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Johnny Cash & John Ritter (September 11, 12, 2011)
{Alexander McQueen died 2/11/10, 9 days after his mother died.
Whitney Elizabeth Houston died 2/11/12. (2+1+1+2+0+1+2=9) 3 days before Valentine’s day.}
Bob Marley died age 36 (9), May 11th, 1981.
Abraham Lincoln died age 56 (11).
Adolf Hitler died age 56 (11).
Steve Jobs died age 56 (11).
Walt Disney died age 65 (11), 12/15/1966. (1+2+1+5=9)
Thomas Jefferson died age 83 (11), July 4, 1826. (7+4=11)
Roald Dahl died age 74 (11), 11/23/1990.  (1+1+2+3=7)
Mark Twain died age 74 (11), 4/21/1910. (4+2+1=7)
Judy Garland died age 47 (11), 6/22/1969, the day after Summer Solstice.
April Kauffman died age 47 (11), 5/10/2012. (5+1+0+2+0+1+2=11)
Adam Yauch died age 47 (11), May 4th, 2012 (5+4=9)
Rodney King died age 47 (11), 3:30 P.M.
Corey Haim died age 38 (11), 3/10/10 (3+1+2+0+1+0=7)
John Kennedy Jr. died age 38 (11), 7/16(7)/1999. 
Robert F. Kennedy died age 42 (6), 6/6/1968. (666)
Mary Kennedy died age 52 (7), May 16(7)th, 2012.
Kara Kennedy died 9/16(7)/2011.
Christopher Jordan (river) Dorner died age 33, 2/12/13. (2+1+3+2+1+3=11; 1 day before Ash Wednesday)
Reeva (water) Steenkamp (river stone) died on Valentines day, 2013.
Malachi Throne died 3/13/13, the same day the 112th pope was elected. (Peter the Roman according to St. Malachy’s prophecy of the popes; 3+1+3+2+1+3=13)
Jack Greene died age 83 (11), 3/15/13 (3+1+5=9)
Jonathan Winters died 4/11/13.
Robin Williams died age 63 (9), 8/11/2014.
Joan Rivers died age 81 (9), 9/4/2014. (9+4=13; 4+7=11)
Michael Brown age 18 (9), 8/9/2014. 
Deanna Durbin died age 91, 4/30/13 (4+3=7; 7+2+1+3=13)
Michael Hastings died age 33, 6/18(9)/13 (6/9/6-666), 4:30 A.M (4+3=7), in a ’fiery car crash’. Mercedes-Benz C250
James Gandolfini died age 51, 6/19/13 (6+1+9=16=7; 7+2+1+3=13)
Sarah Guyard-Guillot died on 6/29(11)/13.
Esther Williams died age 91, 6/6/13 (2+1+3=6; 666) 
Cory Monteith died age 31 (13 mirrored), 7/13/13/ (7+1+3=11)
Gia Allemand died age 29 (11), 8/14/13 (8+1+4=13)
Robin Kelly died age 43 (7),  8/14/13 (8+1+4=13)
Lee Thompson died age 29 (11), 8/19/13 (8+1+9=9)
Paul Ciancia died age 23 on 11/1/13 (9) as the programmed patsy for the LAX false flag.
Paul Crouch died age 79 (7) and Paul Walker age 40 in a ’fiery car crash’ hitting a light pole in a red 2005 Porsche GT at 3:30 P.M. on Hercules Street near Constellation Road, 300 yards away from his charity, on 11/30/13 (1+1+3+2+1+3=11).
Philip Seymour Hoffman died age 46, on Groundhog day, 46 days before the Spring Equinox, on the 33rd day of the year, 2/2/14 (2+2+2+1+4=11).
James Dean age 24 died in a silver Porsche 550 Spyder numbered 130 in a car crash at 5:45 PM on 9/30/1955.
Elmer Pratt died age 63 (9), 6/2/11.
Christopher Shale died age 69, June 26th, 2011. (4 days after Summer Solstice)
John M. Couric died age 90 (9) June 22nd, 2011. 
Maurice Sendak died age 83 (11), 5/8/12 (5+8=13; 13+2+0+1+2=9)
George Lindsey died age 83 (11), 5/6/12 (5+6=11)
Michael Hossack died age 65 (11), 3/12/2012 (3+1+2+2+0+1+2=11)
James Ellis died age 74 (11), 3/7/2012. 
Fred Rogers died age 74 (11), 2/27(9)/2003 (2+7+2=11)
Marie Colvin died age 56 (11), February 22nd, 2012. (2+2+2+2+0+1+2=11)
Major Harris died age 65 (11), 11/9/12
Jonathan Frid died Friday the 13th, April, 2012. (4+1+3+2+0+1+2=13)
Junior Seau died age 43 (7), May 2nd, 2012. (5+2=7)
Andrew Breitbart died age 43 (7), March 1st, 2012. (3+1+2+0+1+2=9)
Mike Wallace died 4/7/2012. (4+7=11; 11+2+0+1+2=7)
Robin Gibbs died 5/20/2012. (5+2+0=7; Solar Eclipse)
Vesta Williams died 9/22/11. (9+2+2=13; 13=4; 2+0+1+1=4; 4+4=8; age 53=8)
Steve Bridges and Ronnie Montrose died 3/3/2012 (3+3+2+0+1+2=11)
Dick Beals, age 85 (13) and Doc Watson died, May 29(11)th, 2012. (5+2+9=16; 16=7)
Albert Einstein died age 76 (13), April 18 (9), 1955. (4+1+8=13)
Leonardo da Vinci died age 67 (13), May 2, 1519. (5+2=7)
George Washington died age 67 (13).
Woodrow Wilson died age 67 (13).
Hugo Chávez died age 58 (13).
Anton LaVey died age 67 (13), October 29(11)th, 1997.
Charles Sellier died age 67 (13), January 31, 2011 (Last day, 1+3+1+2+0+1+1=9)
Ralph MacDonald died age 67 (13), December 18th, 2011. (1+8=9)
Boris Berezovsky died age 67 (13).
Richard D. Zanuck died age 77, July 13th, 2012. (7+1+3=11)
Sage Stallone died age 36 (9), July 13th, 2012.
Alex Okrent died age 29 (11), July 13th, 2012.
Dick Clark died 4/18(9)/12 (4+1+8=13; 13+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Davy Jones died age 66, 2/29(11)/2012. (2+2+9+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Bob Welch died age 66, 6/7/2012. (6+7=13)
Wild Man Fische died age 66, 6/15(6)/11 (6+6+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7) 
Joey Kovar died age 29 (11), 8/17/2012. (8+8=7)
John Adams died age 90, July 4th, 1826. (7+4=11)
Franklin D. Roosevelt died age 63 (9), April 12th, 1945. (4+1+2=7)
Kathryn Joosten died age 72 (9), 6/1/2012. (6+1=7)
Donna Summer died age 63 (9), 5/17/2012. (5+1+7=13)
Joe Bodolai died age 63 (9), 12/28/11 (1+2+2+8=13)
Peter Jones died age 45 (9), 5/18(9)/2012. 
Elaine Stewart died age 81 (9), 6/27/11 (2+7=9)
Howard Zieff died age 81. (9)
Carl Gardner died age 83 (11) and Laura Ziskin died age 61 (7), 6/12/11 (6+1+2=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Peter Falk died age 83 (11), 6/23/11 (6+2+3=11; 11/11)
Robert Quarry died age 83. (11)
Chris Lighty died 8/30/12. (8+3=11; 8+3+2+1+2=7)
Leonard Stern died age 88 (7), 6/7/11 (6+7=13)
James Arness died age 88 (7) and Jack Kevorkian died age 83 (11), 6/3/11. (6+3=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Earl Scruggs died age 88 (7), March 28, 2012 (2+8+3=13; 13+2+0+1+2=18; 18=9)
Maria Montez died September 7th, 1951.
Johnny Otis died age 90 (9) January 17th, 2012 (1+1+7=9)
Wilma Cooper died age 90 (9), September 13th , 2011.
Claiborne Pell died age 90 (9), January 1st, 2009. (1+1+2+0+0+9=13)
Jack Klugman died age 90 (9), 12/24/12. (1+2+2+4=9)
Jeff Conaway died age 60, May 27(9)th, 2011 (5+9+2+0+1+1=18; 18=9)
Natina Reed died age 32, October 27(9)th, 2012. 
Mario Poffo died 58 (13), May 20th, 2011 (5+2=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Mia Davis died age 36 (9), May 10th, 2011.
Cornell Dupree died age 69, May 8th, 2011 (5+8=13)
Sada Thompson died age 83 (11), 5/4/11 (5+4=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Douglas Adams died age 49 (13), 5/11/2001.
Steve Ballesteros died age 54 (9) and John Walker died age 67 (13), May 7th, 2011 (5+7=12; 12+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7)
David Peaston died age 54 (9).
M-Bone died age 22, 5/15/11 (5+1+5=11; 11/11=22; 11 P.M; 11/11/11)
Clarence Clemons died 6/18(9)(6/9=69)/11, 69 years old. (3 days before Summer Solstice)
Farley Granger died age 85 (13), March 27(9)th , 2011 (3+9+2+0+1+1=16; 16=7)
Ferlin Husky died age 85 (13) and Michael Gough died age 94 (13) March 17th, 2011. (3+1+7=11)
Alan Sues died age 85 (13), 12/1/2011. (12+1=13)
Nathaniel Dwayne died March 15th, 2011 (3+1+5=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Hugh Martin died age 96, March 11th, 11 (3+1+1=5; 5+2+0+1+1=9)
Mike Starr died age 44 (8), March 8th, 2011. (3+8=11; 8+8=16; 16=7)
Mike DeStefano died age 44, March 6th, 2011. (3+6=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
Charles Jarrott died age 83 (11), March 4th, 2011. (3+4=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Clare Fischer died age 83 (11), January 26th, 2012. (1+2+6=9)
John Getty III died age 54 (9), February 5nd, 2011. (2+5=7; 7+2+0+1+1=11)
Tura Satana died age 72 (9), February 4th, 2011. 
Snooks Eaglin died age 72 (9), February 18th, 2011. (1+8=9; 2+9=11)
Johnny Palermo died age 27. (9)
Robert Dickey died age 72 (9), December 29th, 2011, (2+9=11)
Marie Schneider died age 58 (13), February 3rd, 2011. (2+3+2+0+1+1=9)
David Nelson died age 74 (11), January 11th, 2011. (1+11=13; 1+1+1+2+0+1+1=7)
Tommy Ramone died age 65 (11), 7/11/2014. (7+1+1=9)
John Dye died age 47 (11), January 10th, 2011 (1/10=11)
Alex Kirst died age 47 (11), January 13th, 2011. (1+1+3+2+0+1+1=9)
Peter Yates died age 81 (9), January 9th, 2011.
Gerry Rafferty died age 63 (9), January 4th, 2011. (1+4+2+0+1+1=9)
Charlie Callas died age 83 (11), January 27(9)th, 2011.
Gladys Horton died age 66 and Charlie Louvin age 83 (11), January 26th, 2011. (1+2+6=9; 9+2+0+1+1=13)
G.D Spradlin died age 90 (9), Dan Peek age 60 (6), Chip Mayer age 57 (3); July 24th, 2011 (7+2+4=13)
Aaron Swartz died January 11th, 2013. (1+1+1+2+1+3=9)
Tom Aldredge died age 83 (11) July 22nd, 2011 (7+2+2=11)
Gene McDaniels died (7/29(11)/11), age 76 (13)
Rob Grill age 67 (13) died July 11th, 2011 (7+1+1=9; 9+2+0+0+1=13)
Michael Burston died age 61 (7) July (7) 9th, 2011.
Sarah Burke died age 29 (11) years old, 9 days after an accident on 1/19/2012 (1+1+9=11).
Bobby Farrell died age 61 (7), December 30th, 2010 (12+3+0+2+0+1+0=18; 18=9)
James McLamore died age 70 , August 9th, 1996.
Teena Marie died age 54 (9), December 26th, 2010 (12=3; 26=8; 3+8=11)
Steve Landesberg died age 74 (11), December 20th, 2010.
Stephen Gately died 10/10/09 (101=11; 2+0+0+9=11;  1+0+1+0=2; 2+11;13)
Selena died March 31st(Last day), 1995. (7 days after Vernal Equinox)
Princess Diana August 31st(Last day), 1997, age 36 (9).
Marilyn Monroe died August 5th, 1962 age 36 (9). (8+5=13)
Audrey Hepburn died age 63 (9).
Leslie Carter died age 25.
Tupac Shakur died at 25 years old, September 13th, 1996. (9+4=13; 1+9+9+6=25)
Biggie died at 25 years old, March 9th, 1997. (3+9+1+9+9+7=38; 38=11)
Big L died at 25 years old, February 15(6)th, 1999. (2+1+5+1+9+9+9+9=36; 36=9)
Alori Joh died age 25, 2/7/2012. (2+7=9) 
Peaches Geldof died age 25, 4/7/2014. (7+4=11; 11+2+1+4=18=9)
Simone Battle died age 25, 9/5/2014. 
London bombings - 7/7/2005(2+5=7; 777; 7 explosions, 52 people killed=7) London Underground Bombing ‘Drill’ Took Place at Same Time as Real Attack
Ted Kennedy died age 77, August 25(7)th, 2009. (777)
Poly Styrene died April 25th , 2011. (4+2+5=11)
Jeret Peterson died age 29 (11), July 25th , 2011 (2+5=7; 7/7; 2+0+1+1=4; 7+7+4=18; 18=9)
Neil Armstrong died on August 25th, 2012.
Paul Wellstone died on October 25th, 2002.
Richard Harris died age 72 (9), October 25th, 2002.
Bud Greenspan died on December 25th, 2010.
Farrah Fawcett died on June 25th, 2009. 
Sky Saxon died on June 25th, 2009, age 63 (9).
Michael Jackson died on June 25th, 2009. (3 days after Summer Solstice)
James Brown died on December 25th, 2006. (3 days after Winter Solstice)
Dean Martin died on December 25th, 1995.
Ann Savage died on December 25th , 2008.
Eartha Mae Kitt died on December 25th, 2008. 
Lark Previn died on December 25th, 2008.
Muslim Magomaev died on December 25th, 2008.
JonBenét Ramsey died on December 25th, 1996.
Bradley Nowell died on May 25th, 1996.
Estelle Reiner died on October 25th, 2008.
Johnny Griffin died on July 25th, 2008.
Exodus Tyson died on May 25th, 2009.
Lisa (Left Eye) Lopes died on April 25th, 2002.
Roger Troutman died on April 25th , 1999.
Stephen Knight died on July 25th,1985.
Flip Wilson died on November 25th  , 1998.
Red Holloway died on February 25th  , 2012.
Aaliyah Haughton died on August 25th, 2001.
Static Major died on February 25th, 2008.
Ol’ Dirty Bastard died November 13th , 2004 (11=2; 13=4; 2+4=6; 2004=6)
Big Pun died February 7th, 2000 (2+7=9; 9+2=11)
Buffy died December 10th, 1995 (12+1=13)
Eazy-E died March 26th, 1995 (3+2+6=11)
River Phoenix (Halloween Sacrifice nights 1993)
Mitch Lucker (Halloween 2012; 2013 car hits a light pole near the intersection with 13th Street)
Hurricane Sandy surfer hero died at sea, age 23.
Nurse who cared for Aurora Dark Knight Rises shooting victims, drowned age 46; 8/6/12 (8+6=13; 8+6+2+0+1+2=9)
Nurse found hanged after Royal hoax call age 46; 12/7/12 
Kimani Gray was shot age 16 (7), March 9th, 2013. (11 P.M)
Girl who performed at Obama inaugural events slain on 4500 (9) block, January 29(11)th, 2013. (1+2+9+2+1+3=9)
New York Nanny (Goat) sacrifices children Lucia (Light;Lucifer) and Leo (Lion;Satan) born from parents Kevin (Birth) and Marina (From the Sea) Krim in a bathtub while the second born child, Nessie (Lochness monster;Beast) was being given swimming lessons on October 25th, 2012, 11 days before the presidential election.
Elzbieta (God’s oath) kills children Justin (Righteous) and Olivia (Olive;Mount of of Olives) before driving up to a Catholic church on Oct. 30th, 2012.
Jeffrey (peace;division) Bush (firewood for Baal-hanan) died age 36 (9), 2/28/2013 on Faithway St. after his bedroom floor gave way in Florida (flowering Easter; palm Sunday), last day in February before Obama (Antichrist) mocks Jesus entering Jerusalem in March with his visit called ‘a covenant of peoples’, a reference to the 7 year peace treaty dividing the land of Jacob/Israel. (28 days in a Lunar month; last day; 11 P.M. 2+2+8+2+1+3=9; He lived with his girlfriend, Rachel (female sheep; the wife of Jacob/Israel) Wicker (to give way) and their daughter, Hannah (Baal-hanan: Baal is gracious). His brother brought a stuffed sheep. “The whole house could collapse any moment.” - ABC; house: a family line of ancestors and descendants (house of Jacob/Israel), “For when they shall say, peace and safety; then sudden destruction cometh upon them, and they shall not escape.” - 1 Thessalonians 5:3)
Shain (God is gracious) Gandee (lamb of God), David (king of men), and Donald (world ruler) died after being last seen around 3 A.M. (devil’s hour) in a 1984 (Big Brother) Bronco (horse).
Limo (hell) Fire Killed 5 Women, Including New Bride on the San Mateo (Saint Matthew) bridge in San Francisco (Saint Francis/Pope Francis), 5/4/13 (5+4=9), 10 P.M. May is the Month of the Virgin Mary. The bride and the bridal party were on a toll (penalty) road in Foster (to nurture/cherish) City on the way to the Crowne (crown) Plaza (courtyard; place of worship) hotel to meet the bridegroom to celebrate. The driver and four members of the bachelorette party (5) escaped. “The kingdom of heaven will be like 10 virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. 5 of the virgins were foolish, & 5 were wise. The foolish ones said to the wise, ‘Give us some of your oil, because our lamps are going out. No,’ they replied. The bridegroom (Jesus) arrived, and those who were ready went inside with him to the wedding banquet. Then the door was shut.” - Matthew 25:1-13; Most if not all the passengers were nurses originally from the Philippines (Philos one of the bridegroom’s friends); “I was sick and you did not look after me. Then they will go away to eternal punishment.” - Matthew 25:43-46; Beltane: a Pagan/Pre-Christian Fire Festival
Natalie Wood died 11/29(11)/1981.
David Carradine died age 72 (9), 6/3/2009 (6+3=9)
Brittany Murphy died December 20th, 2009. (1 day after Winter Solstice)
John Lennon died 12/8/1980. (1+2+8=11)
George Harrison died  age 58 (13), 11/29/2001. (2+9=11)
Billy Grammer died age 85 (13) August 10th, 2011 (8+1=9; 2+0+1+1=4; 9+4=13)
Jenni Rivera died age 43 (7), among 7 people on the Learjet 25 (7), December 9th, 2012.
Hollywood Stunt Pilot Crashes Aircraft, 11 dead and 58 injured (11/13) (9/26/11)
Stage collapses at Indiana State Fair before Sugarland concert, 7 dead and 40 injured (7+4=11) 7th person died August, Sunday (7) 21st. 2011 (2+1=3; 8+3=11)
The Costa Concordia (CC=33) in ‘chaos’ after crashing on January 13th, 2012.
Asiana Airlines (AA=11) OZ Flight 214 (2+1+4=7), a Boeing 777 crashed, while landing on runway 28L at San Francisco International Airport killing 2 people age 16 (7), on 7/6/13 (7+6=13) with 16 (7) crew members, 61 (7) Americans, 77 South Koreans, and 141 Chinese/1 Japenese (1+4+1+1=7) on board.
Jimmy Leeward and James Kent “Jimmy” Leeward died September 16 (7) th, 2011 (9/16/11; 1+6=7; 9+7=16; 16=7; 2+0+1+1=4; 7+4=11)
David Carradine found dead hanging with hands tied above his head in Thailand, age 72 (9), 6/3/2009. (6+3=9)
Paul Milford Muller found dead with a rope tied around his neck and crotch in Thailand, age 76 (13), 5/25/2013.
Bruce Lee died age 32, 7/20/1973. (7+2=9)
Brandon Lee died age 28, 3/31/1993. (3+3+1=7)
Willie Smith died September 16, 2011 ^
Frances Bay died age 92 (11), September 15th, 2011.
David Edwards died August 29(11)th, 2011, 3 A.M. 
Russell Armstrong died age 47 (11) August 15th, 2011 (8+1+5=14; 14=5; 2+0+1+1=4; 5+4=9)
Jani Lane died age 47 (11) August 11th, 2011.
Alex Kirst died age 47 (11), January 13th, 2011. (1+1+3+2+0+1+1=9)
Jay Bennett died age 45 (9), 5/6/2009. (5+6=11; 2+9=11)
John F. Kennedy died 11/22/1963 (Sacrificed 11+22=33 Masonic #)
Heath Ledger died age 28, 1/22/2008 3:30 (33) P.M (1+22+2+8=33 Masonic #) (28 days in a Lunar month)
Rik Clay died age 26 (8), 8/28/2008. (8+2+8=18; 18=9) (28 days in a Lunar month)
DJ AM died age 36 (9), 8/28/2009. (28 days in a Lunar month; 8+2+8=18; 18=9 ; 2+0+0+9=11)
Jeff Buckley drowned in Wolf river 5/29(11)/1997.
Paul Newman died age 83 (11), September 26(8), 2008.
Charlton Heston died age 83 (11), April 5th, 2008. (4+5=9)
Robert Mulligan died age 83 (11), 12/20/2008.
Ellie Nesler died age 56 (11), 12/26/2008. (1+2+2+6=11)
Dennis Yost died age 65 (11), 12/7/2008. 
Merl Saunders died age 47 (11), 10/24/2008. (1+2+4=7)
Van Johnson died age 92 (11), 12/12/2008.
Harvey Korman died age 81 (9), May 29(11)th, 2008.
Jo Stafford died age 90, 7/16(7)/2008.
Fredric J. Baur died age 90, 5/4/2008. (5+4=9)
Alexander Courage died 5/15/2008. (5+5+1=11)
Dick Martin died 5/24/2008. (5+2+4=11)
Stanley Kubrick died age 70, March 7th, 1999.
Freddie Hubbard died age 70, December 29(11), 2008. 
Robert Graham died age 70, December 27(9)th, 2008.
John Phillip Law died age 70, 5/13/2008. (5+1+3=9)
Pervis Jackson died age 70, 8/18(9)/2008.
Alton Ellis died age 70, 10/10/2008.
Paul Benedict died age 70, December 1st, 2008. (12+1=13)
Suzanne Pleshette age 70 and Bobby Fischer died 1/17/2008. (1+1+7=9)
Georgia Frontiere died 1/18(9)/2008.
Eddy Arnold died 5/8/2008. (5+8=13)
Majel Roddenberry age 76 (13) and Mark Felt died 12/18(9)/2008.
Dee Dee Warwick died age 63 (9), 10/18(9)/2008.
Edie Adams died age 81 (9), 10/15/2008. (1+1+5=7)
Charlie Walker died age 81 (9), 11/12/2008. 
Jo Stafford died age 90, 7/16(7)/2008.
Charles Joffe died 7/9/2008.
Frank Rosenthal died October 13th, 2008.
Bettie Page died age 85 (13), December 11th, 2008.
Ray Ellis died age 85 (13). October 27(11)th, 2008.
Dalai Lama and Bill Melendez died 11/2/2008. (11+2=13)
Dakota Culkin died age 29 (11), 12/10/2008. (12+1+0=13)
Tim Russert died age 85 (13), June 13th, 2008.
Robert Prosky died age 77, 12/8/2008. (1+2+8=11)
Charlie Jones died age 77, 6/12/2008. (6+1+2=9)
Sir Edmund Percival Hillary and Carl Karcher died 1/11/2008.
Johnny Grant died 1/9/2008.
Paula Goodspeed died 11/11/2008.
Gordon Hinckley died 1/27(9)/2008.
Charlton Heston died age 83 (11), 4/5/2008. (4+5=9)
Gary Gygax died 5/4/2008. (5+4=9)
Jese Helms and Evelyn Keyes died 7/4/2008. (7+4=11)
Richard William Wright died age 65 (11), 11/15/2008.
House Peters Jr. died age 92 (11), and Nick Reynolds died 10/1/2008.
Larry Harmon died age 83 (11), July 3, 2008.
Annette Charles died age 63 (9) and Bubba Smith died age 66; August 3rd, 2011 (8+3=11)
Erik Darling died age 74 (11), 8/3/2008. (8+3=11)
Youssef Chahine died 7/27(9)/2008.
Christie Allen died 8/12/2008. (8+1+2=11)
Sandy Allen died 8/13/2008.
Terence Rigby died 8/11/2008.
Isaac Hayes age 65 (11) and Howard G Minsky age 94 (13) died 8/10/2008. (8+1+0=9)
Bernie Mac died age 49 (13), 8/9/2008.
Eileen Herlie died age 90 (9), 10/8/2008. (1+0+8=9)
Gil Scott-Heron died May 27(9)th, 2011.
Waco fertilizer plant explosion: 4/17/13; 1 day after another Fertilizer explosion in Texas, 1947; 15 dead; Emergency Prepardness ‘Drill’ Planned On Same Date As The Explosion Fertilizer Plant Texas Took Place 
The Reichstag Fire: February 27(9)th, 1933 (2+2+7=11;9/11)
September 11th, 2001: (9/11; 9+1+1=11); NORAD Terror ‘Drill’ On Same Time/Day As Sept.11
Boston Marathon Bombing: 4/15/13; Patriot’s day; Dzhokhar pronounced like Joker (The Chechen in the Dark Knight) who became a U.S. citizen on 9/11 and Tamerlan (iron from Persian; ‘Timur the lame’ who was a Muslim called the sword of Islam) Tsarnaev (Ceasar, a person with powers) supposedly killed 3 people near the finish line on 666 Boylston St. at the 117(1+1+7=9)th Boston marathon (Pheidippides, a Greek messenger from the Battle of Marathon to announce victory over the Persians/Iran) The suspects were at the 7-Eleven. (7/11;Sept.11); License plate: “116…The Spirit of America” 116/911 mirrored; “The Jokers are Spirit, they can take any form they need to and they can do what they want to do.” Boston Marathon Bombers Predawn Manhunt; 3 bombs, the very first Nuclear bomb was called Trinity. Dzhokhar/Joker the Chechen from the Dark Knight; Boston Bomb Squad ‘Drill’ On Same Time/Place/Day As Marathon Blasts
LAX Shooting: 11/1/13 (1+1+1+2+1+3=9) Paul Ciancia age 23 killed a TSA officer. The LAX false flag was shown on the Dark Knight/Gotham map.
Navy Yard Shooting: 9/16(7)/13 (9+1+6=16;16=7) Aaron Alexis (11) who was 34 (7) years old, killed 12 people. The Navy Yard map matches the Dark Knight/Gotham map.
Sandy Hook Shooting: 12/14/12 (3+5+5=13); Adam (red man) Lanza (light spear) killed 27 people (9) including the principle named Dawn at Sandy (sand of the sea) Hook (a fish hook) elementary school in Newtown (logo is a rooster=dawn); “And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea.” - Revelation 13:1 (14); Sandy Hook reference in The Dark Knight Rises; Active Shooter ‘Drill’ Same Time/Day as Sandy Hook Shootings
‘Dark Knight Rises' Shooting: 7/20/2012 (7+2+0=9; 12 people killed; 3 people age 27 died, 27=9; James Holmes born on 12/13/1987. “People of Aurora known as the sunrise of Colorado, that’s what they call this place.” - ABC; “The night is darkest just before the dawn. And I promise you, the dawn is coming.” - The Dark Knight; Aurora=dawn; The Dark Knight Rises midnight premiere); Century 16: 116/911 mirrored; James Holmes as the Joker; Colorado University Had Identical ‘Drill’ On Same Day As ‘Batman’ Massacre
Clackamas Town Center Shooting: 12/11/12; “Families were trapped near familiar places, names like Macy's and Olive Garden”; 3:30 p.m; 2 people with symbolic names killed ages 45 (9) and 54 (9); 10 days before winter solstice
Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting: 8/5/2012 (8+5=13; 7 people killed; Wade Page born on 11/11/197, in Colorado; part of the Golden Dawn)
Columbine Shooting: 4/20/1999 (4+2+0=6; 110 days after Hitler’s birthday; Eric Harris born on 4/9/1981 and Dylan Klebold born on 9/11/1981.12 people killed; Colorado)
Tuscan Shooting: 1/8/2011 (1+8=9; 6 people killed; 9 year old born on 9-11 died)
George Reeves died age 45 (9), 6/16(7)/1959. (6+7=13)
Christopher Reeve died age 52 (7), 10/10/2004.
Dana Reeve died 3/6/2006. (3+6=9) 
Lloyd Phillips died age 63 (9), 1/28/2013. (1+2+8=11)
Richard Pryor died age 65 (11), 12/10/2005. (12+1+0=13)
Ray A. Kroc died age 81 (9).
Colonel Sander died age 90.
Anthony Quinn died age 6/3/2001. (6+3=9)
Fontella Bass died age 72 (9), 12/26/12. (1+2+2+6=11)
Rick Huxley died age 72 (9), 2/11/13.
Aleister Crowley died age 72 (9), 12/1/1947. (12+1=13)
Kurt Cobain died age 27 (9), 4/5/1994. (4+5=9)
Jimi Hendrix died age 27 (9), 9/18(9)/1970.
Dash Snow died age 27 (9), 7/13/2009.
27 Club (9): Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison, Janis Joplin, etc.
Age 33: Masonic degree
The Illuminati’s signature & occult numbers are 7, 9, 11, and 13.

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Purge of Poverty

Where I come from
There are more white kids
Attending black history
Than the ones who are proud to be

The oppression in our history
Fades away just as fast as Lil` Wayne and his mortal bling
Counting women he made scream
Alligning another message for husbands to be
Free Love in blood migration
Becoming the talk of the town
Raised up from his crack pipe society
Showing the spaceships he flies upon
Is a far cry from Martin Luther wishing upon a star that some day
Whiteness will share his dream
Or his doppelganger Elijah Muhammed
Creating hope through violent riots
But it's not Lil Wayne who shares visions with his cash money
Talking about why his guns will run his mouth to protect the will for killing
Amputating the reason, "you only live once"
Ask him why all the insatiable filling
And it doesn't sound like
You only learn once
About his own black history
Where the media elites
Are courageously circumventing
The real controversy
Bring whites to believe in racism
And blacks to believe in racism
When the real bigotry
Was the purge of poverty
Where laws were made to undermine civility
As a cop could fill his quota
Simply by making sure you had a minimum of fifteen dollars to your name
It did not matter the tone of melanin
You won't find it on Google
Its hidden deep within the catacombs of a Law degree
And it makes no difference if you agree
I could hardly believe myself
When my old time barber told me
That the Lawyer sitting beside him agreed
Inconsequentially, this is not what many see
As that stance has pretty much worn away
Into the circle of life that plants an impatient seed
Obfuscating the trivial pursuit of industrialized slavery

Please don't tell me about a black history month
When it should be the life
Where the Aryan key can trust without lobbies
Who fight for the disbandment of greed

Curt Cobain did not sing about the man who sold the blacks
He sang about the man who sold the world
So attack the disease that keeps us focused on relations of race insidious to wondering about the air we breathe
And listen to KRS-One preach
No wonder he never won a Grammy
With Record Labels conformed to Popularity of entertainment that makes them money
Because if they didn't
There would only be a minority that could recreate their mainstream
And disintegrate the will for learning about the history of trees
As the spiral wreaks havoc on the old and young
To celebrate the blind leading the blind
I can't see me, But I think I do agree
That the invention of a scapegoat is past the occurrence of wading in the water children
And I'm sure the people will look at me
And try to whip me into shape based on the hunger that feeds to defend their own insecurities
Is a white boy really telling what it's like to be me?
I don't, but know when I drive through Harlem
I feel myself bleed
From the riches of misinformation that has reinvigorated into a war where it's easier to kill prejudice than the reason China exploits children to produce Air Jordans just so we can feast on another Bread and Circus that professional sports did not start out to be
Where the alternate time to let whites and blacks be apart of the same team
Was to entrance them into the legal killing fields to make another sum of money
Keeping their mouths fed enslaved to their own greed no matter the cost or privilege
The rush was priceless before they are concussed so many times
The time is calling for suicide
If you don't believe me
Just look at Junior Seau
And I'll keep bending till I break
On this rhyme I correlate
How Colin Kaepernick had every right to what he say
But misunderstood how much of a puppet he made his name
Talking about the long way
Is not as far to go as the reason for which he demands to be paid
Exercising his right away from injury
He became a slave to greed and controversial fame
And not the reason Rosa Parks took a seat
In front of the white police
Or the reason Harriet Tubman ran Underground to create a sense of peace for her kinsmen

Back when the revolution was merely touching the tip of the iceberg to quench a thirst for harmony
Not displaced by recreational deceit
Where the ensconced became a liability
It was the gold to mine in robbery
Stealing Africa for the master to survive his own economic disaster in the struggle to work on making the workers work for the staples of luxury
In the Third world it saves a dime to withold the medicine to keep the medicine cheap for the wealthy and First World poverty
Selling off the welfare state until the time comes for the overtly plenty says get back to work
And remember you work for me
So here is some money so you can drive home and get a nary eye of sleep
But don`t weep
Or else I might hire another
Who is happy just to listen to Lil` Wayne count his sheep.

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Should Tackling Be Banned From Youth Football?

By Dennis Thompson
HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, Feb. 3, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Tackling should be eliminated from youth football due to the risks that collisions and head injuries pose to young athletes, a researcher argues in the Feb. 4 New England Journal of Medicine . A recent evidence review conducted by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) found that tackling is "associated with pretty much every negative outcome" in youth football, including concussions and severe injuries, said researcher Kathleen Bachynski. She is a doctoral candidate at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health in New York City. Despite this evidence, an AAP policy statement issued in the November 2015 Pediatrics didn't recommend that tackling be eliminated from youth football. Instead, the AAP's Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness said coaches and officials should teach safe tackling techniques to kids, and make sure that rules against illegal tackling are enforced. "I felt given the risk they described, they should have made some stronger recommendations," Bachynski said. "Given the evidence, we should consider a more fundamental change in the way football is played, that might include removing tackling." The National Football League's ongoing concussion crisis has raised concerns at all levels of football about the effects of head injuries on players. Autopsies have shown that a number of prominent NFL players, including "Iron Mike" Webster and Steve Baul "Junior" Seau, suffered brain damage as a result of the repeated hits they took during play. Many parents are concerned that not enough is being done to protect youth football players from head injuries, according to a recent HealthDay/Harris Poll . In the poll, four out of five people said that aggressive tackles that can lead to head injuries should be restricted in youth football. That's the stance taken by the AAP, which recommended in its statement that "head-up" tackling be required in youth games to limit the risk of head-to-head collisions, which often result in concussions. The AAP policy statement recognized that "removing tackling from football altogether would likely lead to a decrease in the incidence of overall injuries, severe injuries, catastrophic injuries and concussions" in youth players. "The American Academy of Pediatrics recognizes, however, that the removal of tackling from football would lead to a fundamental change in the way the game is played," the statement continued. "Participants in football must decide whether the potential health risks of sustaining these injuries are outweighed by the recreational benefits associated with proper tackling." Dr. Cynthia LaBella, chairperson of the AAP Council on Sports Medicine and Fitness, said the committee took its stand following a "data-driven" review that balanced the risks of youth tackle football versus the benefits. "We didn't find the data supported a ban on tackling," said LaBella, medical director of the Institute for Sports Medicine at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. "Our statement recommends that officials and coaches must enforce the rules of the game, including proper tackling techniques, and every effort should be made to reduce blows to the head." The AAP review found that tackling is the most common activity associated with injuries in youth football, but LaBella said injuries are not limited to football alone. "Right now football is in the spotlight, but it is important to remember that overall injury rates in youth football are similar to other youth sports, such as baseball and soccer, and that concussions occur in all sports," LaBella said. "In my clinic, I probably see just as many if not more female soccer players with head injuries as football players with head injuries." In her article, Bachynski stated that the academy took a much stronger stand against youth tackle football in the 1950s, when a panel recommended that body-contact sports such as tackle football be excluded from athletic programs for kids 12 or younger. But as football grew in popularity, the risks of injury came to be overshadowed by the potential benefits of team sports, she wrote. The benefits of youth football were one of the considerations that the AAP council weighed in crafting the policy statement, LaBella said. "Organized sports have so many benefits for kids," she said. "One of the risks of all organized sports is injury. However, for most kids and teens, the benefits of youth sports outweigh the risk of injury." The academy also recommended expanding the availability of non-tackling football leagues for young athletes. Bachynski believes those types of leagues should be the only options available. "I understand how beloved football is in many communities, but it would be better to participate in flag or touch football," Bachynski said. "I think flag or touch football is the way to enjoy the fun of football without the physical contact and the risk of head injuries. I would recommend against tackle football." LaBella said the AAP likely will review its policy statement on youth tackle football in three years, which is about the same interval at which it reviews any of its positions. "Usually it takes that long for a significant amount of new data to be produced that would warrant making changes to the policy statement," LaBella said. More information For more about concussion, visit the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .

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