I seriously think you should jump on this wave!

By Lawrence Edwards

OK, before I get started let me tell you that this isn’t a fad that will quickly fade out, nor is it a get rich quick scheme. It’s simple, I am not forcing you or trying to persuade you to do anything. I just want to share with you something that I know sports enthusiasts every where will enjoy and offer you the opportunity to be apart of something or get ahead of everyone else on a trend that is about to take the world by storm. From Football to Cricket we have something every sports will fall in love with. You have two options: Affiliate or Player. I will go in to great detail about both and most importantly the coming of a game changing sports app by United Games that is going to absolutely blow your mind!

Now what we are talking about here is an app that will let you enjoy your favorite sport interactively while watching the game. This app is going to bring a new dynamic way of playing of enjoying sports. It’s not just going to focus on the major sports but every sport.  The point is to get everyone to enjoy sports better, not just the people who have time for drafts and 4 different fantasy leagues or the ones who are good at selecting the right combination of players in order to enjoy the experience.

Now, as I previously mentioned you have two options to join this wave, either as a player or an affiliate. If you want to just be one of the first to enjoy the experience of this game changing app then sign up as a player for free. You will be a pre-registered player and once the app launches within the next 5 weeks you can begin enjoying your interactive sports experience and start earning some rewards and points. I don’t know about you but once I started playing fantasy football and basketball, the game became THAT much more interesting to me. I began to pay attention to things that I didn’t before. This interactive app will award every real sports fan the same experience but much better – did I mention that some of EA Sports former developers are building this thing? – Get ahead of the trend, this app is coming and it’s going to change the way we enjoy sports forever and it will be the first of it’s kind, share it with your neighbors, share it with your family, if they love sports, chances are they will love this!

Now if you are interested in becoming an affiliate of United Games and getting the opportunity to not only get ahead of the trend but earn some money while doing it, then this the route you want to go. Now let me tell you this isn’t a pyramid scheme or something wild like that, if you don’t want to be an affiliate then you don’t have to. We aren’t trying to recruit people for money, we are just offering an opportunity to earn some income based off of people just playing the game. Now when this was brought to me a few weeks ago I had my initial negative thoughts. I was told that I can become an affiliate for free, feel it out see if I like it and if I do I would have to pay a one time fee of $30 to stay an affiliate and $9.99 a month to maintain my affiliate site and if I don’t just simply cancel no harm done. Now I’m no easy person to convince to join things, so I did my own research before I agreed to sign up for anything. Now I hate selling things, I’m terrible at it, so the fact I didn’t have to sell a product and it was an app – I’m a huge tech junkie – helped me decide to really read up on it. So I did my research and found that this app could really be something special and I don’t have to pay my fee until the app launches in 4-5 weeks at the time of this writing. I figured, what can I lose? I can jump on board playing a new fantasy app and maybe earn some money while doing it. Every time you share the app and someone signs up, whether as an affiliate or a player, and starts buying or earning tokens, you get a piece of the pie, NICE! Another selling point for me was the fact that in order for you to earn income you have to fill out tax form 1099. That right there let me know it was legit. Now United Games is offering this opportunity only up until the app launches in 5 weeks. Once it goes live, the affiliate opportunity will be no longer offered. You will only be able to download and use the app.

Whether you sign up to be a player or an affiliate I can assure you that this app is going to change your sporta experience. The point of this blog is to get the word out that a Giant is coming and to offer, what I believe to be a grand opportunity to be apart of the next big thing. If you like what you heard here today feel free to drop a comment, email me (lawrence.edwards115@gmail.com) or if you got here through my Facebook link, just shoot me a DM and I will happily send you a link to be an affiliate or a free player so you will be all set to go when the app launches. Once you click the link there will be more information for you to read through to get an even better understanding. You’re going to love this!

Here is a one page info sheet you can look at to get more information. Feel free to contact me with questions.

 

Reel Stories Presents, “Pool Boys: A Ryan Lochte Story”

By Will Stevenson
#Lochte
*Sets scene: The Olympic swimmers are sitting in an interrogation room as detectives walk in holding their medals, as another detectives discretely pushes the flickering lamp above the table. The first detective throws the photographes of the bathroom and the footage of the gas station as he lights his cigarette. They don’t even speak to the swimmers. They just stare at them*
I bet they didn’t even have to cover coffee or cigarettes. Funny right? Yes, yes it is. If you haven’t heard, Ryan Lochte and his swimming buddies were at a gas station and allegedly vandalized a bathroom down in Rio. They were caught, tried to get away, then security took control and cops were called. Mind you, this is the story we received after the initial story. Lochte claimed he and his friends were robbed at gunpoint. So, when you look at these two accounts of the story, there is a huge difference. Now one of the problems from Lochte’s account of this story is that he told his mom, which she told the news outlets. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m 31, and Lochte is 32, so if something happens to me I am not telling my mom about it unless I need some money. I do wonder if she told the press out of her own fear, or if Lochte instructed her to deliver the news before the lawyer. Anyway, being as these are Americans in a foreign country, we can all see how this can get pretty sticky.
We’ve seen the videos of pick pocketing in broad daylight, we’ve heard the accounts of Olympians being knocked out and robbed on the beach, so when we heard this story, we were skeptical, but we figured Lochte enhanced the story rather than completely lying about it. We definitely went along with it, thinking Lochte was a bad ass and Rio really was a place in which everybody could get taken at any moment. He perpetuated the idea that they were savages, and he and his buddies were innocent bystanders in this robbery attempt. There’s just a few issues: Witnesses and Cameras!
Rule #1
You know what happens when you’re not a skilled criminal? You know what happens when you’re 32 years old and you’re hanging with teenagers; You do dumb things. You don’t know about consequences. Usually when people commit crimes, they know the consequences of their actions. They usually know what to say to get them out of certain situations. If you’re going to lie, you lie with a twist, you don’t tell bold face lies to the police of another country from which you do not reside.
Rule #2
Do not under any circumstances hang out in a foreign country with teenagers when you are over 30 years of age. What are you thinking? What is it about these young boys gives you the idea they will be able to handle “the night life”? What makes you think 17 year old kids will be able to handle their own when things go south.
Rule #3
Whenever you plan to do mischievous acts, at least make sure you do things in a matter that will not get you caught. There are rules and regulations to this story. There are places in which you do not misbehave because these places have records of your whereabouts and cameras
1. Gas Station
2. Hotels
3. Schools
4. Banks
These places have your credit card, they have cameras everywhere that tract who goes in and out, and it’s very easy to find out if someone vandalized a bathroom, bedroom, or a parking lot.
Rule #4
Get your story straight. I’ve done some things in my life, and I’ve watched others do acts as well. What I can tell you is one thing you must make sure of is to keep your lies provable. I know that sounds mixed, but lies can be true if they could be proved. Your lie has to connect with what you actually did so that you can move away from the consequences. The problem with lying with a group of people is that you ALL have to keep the same story going, but when this is not rehearsed, things like this happen
Rule #5
Stick to what you know. They did. They know how to mess around, but this time they messed around and got caught. They don’t know how to lie. They don’t know how to stick together. They definitely know how to blame others. They only know how to swim in shallow water.
Rule #6

Your getaway driver must know they are a getaway driver and the getaway car cannot be a taxi; This isn’t the movies.

Let’s recap.
1. We were robbed. No you weren’t
2. There was a gun pointed at my head. No, it was pointed in your direction because you tried to leave when the police were called.
3. You and your friends did the crime.
4. Lochte, you left your friends behind.
5. Everybody snitched. Everybody
6. Now you’re getting indicted on vacation.
7. You snitched and you’re still getting indicted.
There are many issues with the way this went down. Here in America we have this thing called Social Media in which people of all ages can comment, make posts and make their opinions known to everyone. Not only did Lochte lie, he told a lie to the police of another country and it made it to the press. On top of that the IOC said, “Boys will be boys”. Now I’ve made it through this whole blog without bringing up race, so I’ll let Twitter handle that one. We know what would’ve happen if this were the USA Basketball team. We know.  I won’t say this is “White Privilege”, although it may be in there, deep down somewhere. I will say this is nonchalant arrogance. This is what happens when you aren’t thinking. This is what happens when you are not willing to put yourself on the line when the truth needs to come out. This is what happens when you disrespect others people’s things then blatantly lie about it. This isn’t America, your Olympic Swimming can’t weasel you out of this one. As they always say, “The cover-up is worse than the crime”, and in this case, it was. They vandalized a bathroom which was disrespectful in itself, but what they continued to do after that is lie as if it was not a big deal. Then they told a lie that you know is going to get press. How does one think this form of lying would not bring back the wrong karma? Everywhere isn’t your home. You can’t vandalize a public bathroom and lie about it thinking you’ll just skirt because you are who you are. Maybe they didn’t take the vandalizing personally, but they did take the lying to the press personally. They tried to embarrass them and I know they are looking to go as far as they can to put charges on them, which they are and have. Sometimes you have to own up to what you did, especially when there are witnesses that know you have done what you’ve done. But for the Olympians, “boys being boys” isn’t enough, it’s time to be men. What they did was disrespectful and the cover-up was much worse. Let me guess, “You feared for your life”. Where have we heard that one before?
Somebody hiding something, and we will all figure out in due time.