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Anyone flying in for CRSSD? Where from??

Wondering who is not from SD/OC/LA that’s flying in for CRSSD? I have a few friends that are coming in from Chicago. Also any international folks?
If this is youre first time here in San Diego, here’s some thing to do while youre here (some from Reddit members who posted recos under different threads):
LOCALS: Any other recos?
MODERATOR: Maybe pin this post thru next week as a visitor guide?
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What's happening around town (Wed, Nov 20th - Tue, Nov 26th)

Oklahoma City's event list.

Wednesday, Nov 20th

Thursday, Nov 21st

  • American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd
  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie. Put on by the Barrel…
  • 🎨 DAN & OCEAN. Live (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm DAN & OCEAN. will be performing in cities all across the country in support of their latest EP "The Coronado Kid, Pt. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" out October…
  • A Doll's House, Part 2 (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 24th Nominated for eight Tony Awards, "A Doll's House, Part 2" flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's…
  • 🎨 DUG Midcontinent Conference & Exhibition (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Offering executive-level speakers and hours of peer-to-peer networking opportunities, the DUG Midcontinent Conference & Exhibition brings the entire region together.…
  • 🎓 (Free) Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary LIVE in Midwest City! (Rose State College Hudiburg Chevrolet Center - Midwest City) Start Time: 10:00am Kevin O'Leary is coming LIVE to Midwest City, and seating is LIMITED!
  • 🎨 Gift (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd Start Time: 8:00am Inspired by Lewis Hyde’s beloved classic The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World, GIFT is a richly cinematic film, interweaving character‐driven…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • 🎓 A Historic Evening with Eva Schloss (OCCC Visual and Performing Arts Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Learning from the PAST - Living the PRESENT - Looking to the FUTURE
    An exclusive one-night presentation from Anne Frank’s stepsister and Holocaust survivor, Eva…
  • 🏃 Koda CrossFit at Together Square (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Thursdays 5:45-6:45pm September 5–November 21, 2019 $5 per person, pay upon arrival All levels Bring water Together Square is the perfect spot to discover the benefits…
  • 🎓 Koodookoo, Electric Okie Test (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm Austin, TX progressive jam band Koodookoo returns to the Deli, this time teaming up with Grateful Dead tribute Electric Okie Test! Come out for a psychedelic dance…
  • 🎨 Love's Third Thursday (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm Love's Third Thursdays are special, creating the perfect opportunity to mingle at the Museum with friends, experience something new, and enjoy the Museum’s latest…
  • 😂 Michael Malone (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd
  • M-PACT (University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma - Chickasha) Start Time: 7:30pm Get in the holiday spirit at USAO with M-PACT’S Winter Wonderland performance this November. This award-winning…
  • My Big Operatic Wedding (UCO Jazz Lab - Edmond) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd Start Time: 7:30pm The UCO Voice division presents an evening of operatic excerpts in "My Big Operatic Wedding."
  • OU Sooners vs Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Experience the action and excitement in Norman as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the Maryland Eastern Shore Hawks. Since the…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Nov 23rd Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik…
  • 🎨 Teen Anime Night (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 6:00pm We will choose between three anime and partake in snackage. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government ChooseGuthrie Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Real Talk Around…
  • Tejon Street Corner Thieves/Yes Ma'am Live in OKC! (Blue Note - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Tejon Street Corner Thieves and Yes Ma'am Live in Oklahoma City! The Tejon Street Corner Thieves hail from the Colorado Rockies. The outlaw blues and trash-grass…
  • University Sing 2019 (Reynolds Performing Arts Center - Norman) Day 1 of 2
  • 🍴 Vegan | Vegetarian Lunch (Opolis Prod - Norman) Start Time: 11:00am Vegan | Vegetarian Lunch Returns to OPOLIS 11/21 11am-2pm http://opolis.org/menu.html
  • Walk the Lights (Midwest City) Start Time: 6:00pm Get a special preview of Midwest City's Holiday Lights Spectacular on foot! This event gives you the chance to enjoy the amazing holiday light show in Joe B. Barnes…
  • 🍴 Whiskey Cake hosts November pairing dinner with Garrison Brothers (Whiskey Cake - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Whiskey Cake Oklahoma City is hosting a pairing dinner on Thursday, November 21 from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Whiskey Cake has partnered up with the first and oldest legal…
  • 🍴 Wine For The People: Holiday Wines (Vast - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:30pm It’s the most wonderful time of year on #cloudwine. Come get into the holiday spirit at Wine For The People, November 21. Grab a friend and fill your hearts with love…
  • 🎨 Woodcarving Show (Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 10:00am The wood carving group has planned another great exhibition. Stop by and meet the carvers and let them visit with you about woodcarving. They are a great group of people…

Friday, Nov 22nd

  • 2019 Environmental Excellence Celebration (Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:00pm The 29th Annual Environmental Excellence Celebration will take place at the National Cowboy and Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on November 22, 2019.…
  • American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) 1 day left The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie. Put on by the Barrel…
  • Blake Pettigrove/Paxton Pennington/Bronte (The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm Join Blake Pettigrove, Paxton Pennington and Bronte as the three Oklahoma-born musicians join for a full night of music at The Deli! Doors: 10PM Cover: $5 21+ Stream…
  • 🎨 Oklahoma City Blue vs. Memphis Hustle (Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Thu, 3 Oct 2019 at 10:00 AM
  • 🎨 Chad Daniels - New Hip Tour - Live in OKC (Film Row - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • 🎨 DAN & OCEAN. Live (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 8:00pm DAN & OCEAN. will be performing in cities all across the country in support of their latest EP "The Coronado Kid, Pt. 1 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack" out October…
  • Delbert McClinton in Concert (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Legendary rock, soul and blues singer with his fantastic band. His first appearance in Oklahoma City in ages and one you won't want to miss. Tickets on sale now:…
  • A Doll's House, Part 2 (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Nov 24th Nominated for eight Tony Awards, "A Doll's House, Part 2" flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's…
  • 🎓 Free Zumba (Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 5:00pm Dress to sweat! Free Latin inspired dance fitness class. Space is Limited. RSVP. The City of Guthrie, OK - Municipal Government Guthrie, Oklahoma ChooseGuthrie Guthrie…
  • Friends of the Purcell Library Book Sale (Norman Public Library - Norman) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am Come find your next favorite book - to keep - at our Friends of the Library Book Sale! We'll have items for all ages. All proceeds go to support library staff and…
  • 🍴 Friendsgiving (The Melting Pot - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 5:00pm Eat, drink and give thanks for good friends! Start a new Friendsgiving tradition with us! Let the Melting Pot be your host this Friendsgiving as you relax with your…
  • 🎨 Gift (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 8:00am Inspired by Lewis Hyde’s beloved classic The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World, GIFT is a richly cinematic film, interweaving character‐driven…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Wed, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • 🎨 Holiday Lights Spectacular (Midwest City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Jason Eady in Concert (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Join Jason Eady at the Blue Door in OKC for an evening of blues-infused country music. Working closely with fellow…
  • Lisa Prank (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:00pm Lisa Prank (FatheDaughter Records) This show is all ages. Tickets are $10 in advance at ticketstorm.com, charge by phone 18669661777, purchase hard copy tickets at any…
  • 🎡 Looking For Something? (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm Jason Eady's inspired new album Daylight and Dark embraces multiple styles of die-hard country music to weave together 11 songs about the deep, messy details of love and…
  • 😂 Michael Malone (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
  • My Big Operatic Wedding (UCO Jazz Lab - Edmond) 1 day left Start Time: 7:30pm The UCO Voice division presents an evening of operatic excerpts in "My Big Operatic Wedding."
  • 🎨 Painting Pots and Planting Herbs (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Families will learn about the indoor herbs to grow during the chilly months to use in tasty holiday meals. Each child will paint an 8” terra cotta pot and plant an…
  • The Polar Express (Oklahoma Railway Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Get in the holiday spirit with a festive ride on The Polar Express. Board this Oklahoma City train to make holiday…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik…
  • Shane Smith & The Saints in Concert (Tower Theatre Studio - Oklahoma City) Shane Smith & The Saints are taking over the historic Tower Theatre for a night of new music. This Austin band is…
  • University Sing 2019 (Reynolds Performing Arts Center - Norman) Day 2 of 2

Saturday, Nov 23rd

  • American Quarter Horse Association World Championship Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • Backwoods Country Music Show (The Centre Theatre - El Reno) Come to the historic Centre Theatre in downtown El Reno to experience the Backwoods Country Music Show. Featuring…
  • Barrel Racing Futurity World Championship (Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Last Day The annual Barrel Racing Futurity World Championships come to the Lazy E Arena in Guthrie. Put on by the Barrel…
  • Big Daddy Weave (Discovery Church - Yukon) Start Time: 7:00pm Big Daddy Weave is one of the top artists in Christian music: they are one of the genre’s biggest headlining artists, the second most played artist at Christian…
  • 🏆 Central OK: University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Cameron (Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm University of Central Oklahoma Women's Basketball vs Cameron https://www.bronchosports.com/calendar.aspx?id=6528
  • Chelsea Handler (The Criterion - Oklahoma City) Los Angeles comedian and New York Times bestselling author Chelsea Handler is bringing her "Life Will be the Death…
  • 🏃 Chill Your Cheeks 5K & Jingle Walk (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) A 5k run that winds through the streets of Yukon and ends amid the light displays at Yukon's Christmas in the Park. The Jingle Walk will start at the North Pavilion in…
  • Christmas in the Park (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Yukon's Christmas in the Park offers a beautiful lighted drive through three interconnecting parks. Yukon's Chisholm…
  • 🏃 Christmas in the Park 2019 (Yukon City Park - Yukon) Start Time: 6:00pm It’s time for Yukon’s breathtaking Christmas in the Park, a magical wonderland of visual entertainment offered starting The Saturday before Thanksgiving, then…
  • A Doll's House, Part 2 (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Nominated for eight Tony Awards, "A Doll's House, Part 2" flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's…
  • 😂 Dustin Sims & Rocky Dale Davis Live In OKC. (The Paramount OKC - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Dustin Sims has over 20 million views on facebook and his hilarious video series "Talking To Myself". Rocky Dale Davis is a nationally touring comedian and has been seen…
  • Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Experience the joy of the holidays during Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll. This new walk-through…
  • Ellis Paul in Concert (The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Described by Nora Guthrie as "wise, tender, brilliant and biting," singer-songwriter Ellis Paul is bringing…
  • 🎓 Family Workshop: Insect Hotels (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Join us as we learn how to attract beneficial insects, such as bees, lacewings, and ladybugs to our gardens by providing shelter for them. Participants will go on a…
  • Chickasha Festival of Light (Shannon Springs Park - Chickasha) Thru Tue, Dec 31st The Chickasha Festival of Light has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light shows in the nation…
  • Friends of the Purcell Library Book Sale (Norman Public Library - Norman) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am Come find your next favorite book - to keep - at our Friends of the Library Book Sale! We'll have items for all ages. All proceeds go to support library staff and…
  • 🍴 Friendsgiving (The Melting Pot - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 5:00pm Eat, drink and give thanks for good friends! Start a new Friendsgiving tradition with us! Let the Melting Pot be your host this Friendsgiving as you relax with your…
  • 🎨 Gift (Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 8:00am Inspired by Lewis Hyde’s beloved classic The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World, GIFT is a richly cinematic film, interweaving character‐driven…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Wed, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • 🎨 Holiday Lights Spectacular (Midwest City) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Holiday Workshop: Living Wreaths (Succulents) (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Design a fantastic, modern succulent wreath in this seasonal, hands-on workshop. Specialized instruction will lead you to create a beautiful 18-22” wreath fit to adorn…
  • 🏆 Learn to Curl at Devon Ice Rink at Myriad Gardens (Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 9:00am Bring your family and friends and join Oklahoma Curling Club members as they walk through the etiquette and rules of curling. Dress warm, wear rubber soled shoes, and…
  • Light the City (Charles J. Johnson Central Park - Midwest City) Start Time: 6:00pm In this NEW holiday season opener you will see Midwest City come together like never before to Light the City! Along with our 40 foot mega tree in Charles J. Johnson…
  • Luminance: Merry Market Place (Mitch Park - Edmond) Start Time: 2:00pm Held in conjunction with Edmond's Luminance holiday event, the Merry Market Place kicks off the Christmas season with…
  • 😂 Michael Malone (Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Last Day
  • My Big Operatic Wedding (UCO Jazz Lab - Edmond) Last Day Start Time: 7:30pm The UCO Voice division presents an evening of operatic excerpts in "My Big Operatic Wedding."
  • Oceano in Concert (89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Members have rotated in and out of death metal band Oceano over the years, contributing to an ever-evolving…
  • Oklahoma Gun Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 The Oklahoma Gun Show in the Modern Living building of Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City is sure to have the…
  • 🍴 OU / Baylor 630pm Bar-Gate Time! (Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 6:30pm BOOMER!! SOONER!! OU / Baylor 630pm It is BAR-GATE TIME, WOOHOO!! Game on 7 TV's Inside and Outside :) Ice Cold Beer, Tasty Drinks, Jello Shots and FOOD!! **(please…
  • OU Sooners vs TCU Horned Frogs (Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium - Norman) Get ready for some edge-of-your-seat action as the Oklahoma Sooners take on the TCU Horned Frogs at Norman's Gaylord…
  • The Pioneer Woman (Full Circle Bookstore - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 2:00pm Welcome to Ree's new frontier! So much has happened on Drummond Ranch over the last couple of years: The kids are growing up, another left for college, Ree's schedule is…
  • The Polar Express (Oklahoma Railway Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Get in the holiday spirit with a festive ride on The Polar Express. Board this Oklahoma City train to make holiday…
  • A Powerful Utterance (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Enjoy the work of cellist Wolfgang Emaniel Schmidt as part of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic's Classic Concert Series.…
  • 🎭 Oklahoma City Rep's A Doll's House, Part 2 (Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 7:30pm A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 by Lucas Hnath Nov. 8 – 24, 2019 CitySpace Theatre NOMINATED FOR 8 TONY AWARDS A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 flashes forward 15 years from Henrik…
  • Santa’s Wonderland returns to Bass Pro Shops featuring FREE photos with Santa (The Shop - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Santa’s Wonderland is the ultimate free family Christmas event. The magic returns to Bass Pro Shops and Oklahoma City-area families are invited to enjoy this…

Sunday, Nov 24th

  • Christmas in the Park (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Yukon's Christmas in the Park offers a beautiful lighted drive through three interconnecting parks. Yukon's Chisholm…
  • Concert Choir and Chamber Ensemble Advent Concert (University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma - Chickasha) Featuring seasonal music for voice, piano, organ and flute, the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma Concert…
  • A Doll's House, Part 2 (Civic Center Music Hall - Oklahoma City) Last Day Nominated for eight Tony Awards, "A Doll's House, Part 2" flashes forward 15 years from Henrik Ibsen's…
  • Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Experience the joy of the holidays during Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll. This new walk-through…
  • Chickasha Festival of Light (Shannon Springs Park - Chickasha) Thru Tue, Dec 31st The Chickasha Festival of Light has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light shows in the nation…
  • 🏃 The Great Amazing Race OKC adventure run/walk for adults & kids (Mitch Park - Edmond) Do you like "THE AMAZING RACE" TV show? This is your chance to test your skills! Pair up with a friend, family member or co-worker ~ kids teams and adult teams are…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Wed, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • Oklahoma Gun Show (Oklahoma State Fair Park - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 The Oklahoma Gun Show in the Modern Living building of Oklahoma State Fair Park in Oklahoma City is sure to have the…
  • The Polar Express (Oklahoma Railway Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Get in the holiday spirit with a festive ride on The Polar Express. Board this Oklahoma City train to make holiday…

Monday, Nov 25th

  • Christmas in the Park (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Yukon's Christmas in the Park offers a beautiful lighted drive through three interconnecting parks. Yukon's Chisholm…
  • Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Experience the joy of the holidays during Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll. This new walk-through…
  • Chickasha Festival of Light (Shannon Springs Park - Chickasha) Thru Tue, Dec 31st The Chickasha Festival of Light has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light shows in the nation…
  • Hicks and Booneshine (Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Last Day Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Wed, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • The Polar Express (Oklahoma Railway Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Get in the holiday spirit with a festive ride on The Polar Express. Board this Oklahoma City train to make holiday…

Tuesday, Nov 26th

  • Christmas in the Park (Yukon City Park, Freedom Trail Park & Chisholm Trail Park - Yukon) Thru Tue, Dec 31st Yukon's Christmas in the Park offers a beautiful lighted drive through three interconnecting parks. Yukon's Chisholm…
  • Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll (Mitch Park - Edmond) Thru Sun, Jan 5th Experience the joy of the holidays during Edmond Electric's Luminance - An Enchanted Stroll. This new walk-through…
  • Chickasha Festival of Light (Shannon Springs Park - Chickasha) Thru Tue, Dec 31st The Chickasha Festival of Light has been recognized as one of the top ten holiday light shows in the nation…
  • Midwest City Holiday Lights Spectacular (Joe B. Barnes Regional Park - Midwest City) Thru Wed, Dec 25th Celebrate the magic of the season as over one million lights transform Joe B. Barnes Regional Park into a twinkling winter…
  • OU Sooners vs ACU Wildcats (The Lloyd Noble Center - Norman) Head to Norman to watch as the Oklahoma Sooners Women's Basketball take on the ACU Wildcats. Since the team's…
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Anyone flying in for CRSSD?? ... Part 2

With CRSSD just a week away (\O/), wanted to continue on the previous post about who is flying in?!!?
In my original post (https://reddit.app.link/yEKIcyDp9Z) looks like we got people from SF and SAC as well as outta staters from AZ, CO, GA, IL, KS, LA, MA, MO, NY, TX, WA and WISCO! Anywhere else? Where from? International??
If this is youre first time here in San Diego, here’s some thing to do while youre here :
SD LOCALS: feel free to recommend for our out of towner guests!
Welcome to San Diego!!!! 🍻So where you flying in from?
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Vegas VtM Campaign: Looking for DMV Area Players, Setting Advice

TL;DR: We have a storyteller and two players in Northern Virginia, but would love to link up with more in the area. We'll be meeting in the inner suburbs; likely Arlington/Rosslyn or possibly Tysons Corner. Tentative start date is early September.
A brief campaign intro is as follows. This is our first time playing VtM v5--any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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2019: The Blood Wager
The coterie assembles at Coronado’s Palace, an exclusive and historic “desert chateau”-styled resort overlooking the Colorado River downstream of Hoover Dam. The Coronado is quiet and unassuming—demure, even, catering to those Humans and Kindred who seek an escape from the ostentatious hedonism of the Las Vegas Strip, while still retaining an air of refined Old World opulence.
Here: a brutalist lodge set low into the western bluffs of the Colorado, its sprawl concealed by yellowed ivory sandstone and thickets of sage. The weather is warm and dry, wind out from the city carrying redshifted sounds of heartbreak, pleasure, traffic. The detritus of short lives; the despondence of longer ones. What reaches the palace is winnowed off by an hour’s drive through suburbs, golf clubs and finally desert absolute.
You have come for your own reasons, either individually or in pairs. A night’s retreat from a busy half-life. A week on the cliffs or the river. A month’s sabbatical, a year’s penance. The Coronado welcomes all and asks of you nothing but wealth in return.
The ceaseless silent grace of the old palace has never been broken before tonight.

Factions at Play:
Casinos:
o The Drink: A Mint Julip, or a Long Island Iced Tea
o The Drink: A non-alcoholic fruit cocktail. :/
o The Drink: A Sazerac—brandy, of course. Rye is for heathens.
o The Drink: Something dark and far too sweet.
o The Drink: This isn’t the sort of place to be inebriated. Not at all.
o The Drink: Single malts only. Straight. Man up.
o The Drink: An Ex-Girlfriend, Hibiscus Sour, or possibly something more exotic.
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[Question] Considering about Refinishing a Jazzmaster or Trading

Love the 2017 Japanese made Jazzmaster Classic Player. I just don’t like the all black. I’m considering refinishing it to Sunburst. Most likely would hire someone local and reputable through friends.
For doing a body refinishing how much does that normally run?
Also been looking to trade. So far my possibilities in order of consideration are...
  1. Supro Coronado II (excellent condition)
  2. 71 Gibson SG II
  3. Guild S-200 T-Bird (awaiting more specs, looks fresh)
Also a guy has a Casino Lennon style that he wants to trade and throw in 50 bucks. Not sure if it’s the greatest deal and would prob buy a hollow body like that down the road.
What do you guys think? I like white album sounding stuff but will also go into more overdrive with a twin breaking up and some tactful distortion or fuzz for a second here or there. Not trying to do thrash metal here.
Any inputs appreciated. ✌️
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[Gear] How do the P90s on an Epiphone Casino sound in comparison to single coils on a solid body guitar?

I really want a hollow bodied guitar, but I am definitely a person who prefers single coil pickups and I am finding that pretty much no fully hollow electric guitars have them, aside from some models of the Gibson ES-175 and Fender Coronados made between 1966 and 1972, both are way beyond my budget. The Epiphone Casino has P90s which are closer to traditional single coils than humbuckers so I suppose that’s my first choice, but my guitar store doesn’t stock any guitars with P90s so I have no way of trying them, so that’s why I am asking. I play country music, my amp is a Fender Champ with the bass rolled down to 1 or 2 depending on if I’m playing fast or slow and the treble up to 9.
So how does the Epiphone Casino sound for me?
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Bernco's new Mobile Voting Unit: WTF?!

I just received a voter information pamphlet in the mail which touts a new Mobile Voting Unit, a polling place in a large RV. It will drive to a different location every day in the two weeks before to Election Day. Linda Stover, the Bernalillo County Clerk, calls it "a historic move to increase voter participation."
"The mission for having a mobile voter unit is to have higher participation and higher voter turnout," Stover said.
Except, of the 13 destinations the Mobile Voting Unit will visit, 10 of them are senior living facilities, including luxury/high-cost facilities where residents must be mobile (not wheelchair- or bedbound) as a condition of living there. One more (NM Veterans' Memorial Park) is effectively a senior day facility. The other two are Los Ranchos and Civic Plaza.
So, in this "historic move to expand voter participation," Bernco is spending almost all of the Mobile Voting Unit's resources to directly target the demographic with the highest voter participation. By targeting so many luxury facilities where the wealthy residents are likely to be white, they are also effectively targeting the racial demographic with highest voter participation.
Does this smell like bad faith to anyone else? They know a mobile voting station would benefit young people the most. Why not "expand voter participation" for a day at somewhere like UNMH, where there are hundreds of employees working long hours at low-paying jobs who might find it difficult to vote? They couldn't spend a day at CNM, which is attended by thousands of nontraditional students who are also juggling jobs and families? Coronado Mall for a day? Nope. Luxury living facilities for wealthy retirees are a more worthwhile use of the County's "get out the vote" resources.
Let's take a look at some of the luxury facilities where the Mobile Voting Unit will be spending an entire day:
Palmilla Senior Living lists Cottonwood Mall, Farm and Table, Summer Concert Series, the Museum of Natural History, the Balloon Fiesta, and Old Town Plaza among the excursions on offer to residents. There are two early voting polling places located 2.1 miles away from the facility, a seven minute drive to either one. Each nearby polling place is open all day in the two weeks leading up to Election Day.
Here's a photo of La Vida Llena residents enjoying a Polynesian cocktail party. There is an early voting polling place 1.4 miles away from the facility, a three minute drive, which will be open all day for the two weeks leading up to Election Day.
The nearest early voting polling place to Paloma Landing is 1.3 miles from the facility, a four minute drive. In the two weeks leading up to the election, Paloma Landing could offer dozens of bus excursions to the polling place without conflicting with the other weekly bus excursions to Target, Sandia Casino, restaurants, and twice weekly excursions to Walmart. They have offered bus trips to the polls every year up til now.
Are these destinations really the best use of Bernalillo County's "get out the vote" resources? Does County Clerk Linda Stover seriously believe that these wealthy seniors would otherwise not be able to vote if Bernco did not deliver a voting RV directly to their door?
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I'm looking for a picture or diagram of a slim hollow body's neck joint

Especially a Fender Coronado — I'd like to see how the bolt-on pocket transitions to the body — but an ES-330 or a Casino or anything like that will do too!
Anyone got progress pics of hollowbody builds, or have their hands on pics that give a peek into the inside of a Coronado? Thanks
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New World Fascism

The "New World Order" is an attempt at a fascist take over of society for the purpose of total enslavement of humanity. Fascism means a centralization of power. At the head of this criminal agenda are the royals and nobles. The New World Order is a bloodline conspiracy at the top. They are ancient evil bloodlines that build and destroy empires for control through order out of chaos. The royal and noble houses are corporate entities and they claim to rule and own land, resources, and people. Landowners have always been the dominant owners of gold and precious metals. They authorize and finance bankers and businessmen to work for them through their corporate households. They authorize and issue the creation of laws, agencies, militaries, businesses, and universities. They create and run religions and secret societies. They also finance and own organized crime syndicates like they are business enterprises. Some top royal bloodlines include the Savoy, Bourbon, Medici, Glucksburg, Wittelsbach, Nassau-Weilberg, Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Romanov, Grimaldi, Orleans, Braganza, Habsburg, Hanover, Windsor, Saud, Thani, Khalifa, Alouwite, Zogu, Hohenzollern, Orange-Nassau, Bonaparte, and Bernadotte families. Many royal bloodlines still rule their nations as heads of state like in the United Kingdom, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Monaco, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Morocco, Sweden, Norway, and Luxembourg. The Vatican City State is also a kingdom with the Pope of Rome as its monarch. The Black Nobility are the ancient bloodlines of the Papal States and they own and run the Holy See and Vatican. Black Nobility are considered sovereign princes. The Vatican is used as the centralized point of control and the Holy See is one of the oldest continual corporate entities in existence. The Holy See is the "All Seeing Eye" and operates as an intelligence network which then works with intelligence agencies like the CIA, NSA, and MI6 to enhance their intelligence system. The Latin phrase Novus Ordo Seclorum means New Order of the Ages and is on the US dollar bill and US Great Seal. The Vatican uses Latin as an official language and for documents. America is named after Amerigo Vespucci and he was working for the Medici family of Florence and Rome. Vespucci created the term New World for America. Corporations are fraudulent constructs because they are considered a person with rights under law and because owners and controllers of corporations are enabled to bypass accountability for any crimes committed by the corporation. Corporations are not people and therefore cannot have rights. Corporations are also monopolies that use subsidiaries to conceal their dominance over industries. Corporations should not exist.
Royals and nobles issue charters establishing proxy corporations covertly owned and controlled by the corporate households or crowns of royals and nobles. They claim to own foreign governments this way. The royals and nobles claim to own the United States as a continuation of the Virginia Company. Holy Roman royalty like the Hanovers, Hesses, Hohenzollerns, Glucksburgs, Orange-Nassaus, and Saxe-Coburg and Gothas claim a portion of ownership over the British Crown. This is why the British royal family has so much German ancestry. The United States is defined as a federal corporation under US code 3002 section 15. Most of the founding fathers were Freemasons and working for the British Crown and German royals. The American political families like the Bushs, Clintons, Romneys, and Kennedys all take their name from still existing European nobles. The Bussche family are German nobles and relatives of the Bush family. The Clintons and Romneys are also British nobles. The Kennedys are Scottish-Irish nobles and an American political family involved with the Democratic Party. The Mars, Walton, Rockefeller, Guggenheim, Getty, Sackler, Lauder, Sachs, Bussche, Johnson, and Cox are some American billionaire families working with royals and nobles in Europe. The Mars family are worth about 70 billion and work with the Windsor, Savoy, and Thurn and Taxis families. The Waltons are worth about 130 billion and work with German nobles like the Wurttemberg, Baden, Hohenzollern, and Isenberg families. The various Johnson families in the United States are collectively worth tens of billions and work as agents for the House of Hanover. They own Johnson and Johnson and Fidelity Investments. The Hanovers are powerful royalty and merchants that established the Hanseatic League. The Lauder family work for the House of Esterhazy of Austria and House of Este of Austria and Italy. The Guggenheims have assets worth hundreds of billions and work with the House of Stuart. The Getty family are American billionaire oil merchants and married in with the Italian House of Ruspoli. The Rockefeller family uses its charity foundations for financing gang stalking and bribes in the United States as well as globalization agendas like vaccinations programs. The Rockefeller Foundation also financed the Almighty Vice Lord Nation which is an organized crime group and financed the Tavistock Institute. Hollywood, the Church of Scientology, and Silicon Valley are US military and DARPA operations and managed by European royals and nobles like the Oettingen-Spielbergs, Schaumburg-Lippes, Anhalts, Hanovers, Windsors, Passi di Preposulos, Ruspolis, Torlonias, and Odescalchis. The Ferragamo family are also involved with managing and financing corruption in Hollywood. The House of Nassau-Weilberg which are married with the Torlonias finance human trafficking and human sacrifices in Hollywood. Idols in the entertainment industry are dangerous cult leaders that have access to weaponized electronics.
The Holy See is a corporate entity which issues laws and bills like the Golden Bull which claims ownership over the Kingdom of England. The Pope claims temporal power or ownership over the Earth and also claims Papal Supremacy or Papal Rule and Papal Infallibility. Archbishops are the overseers in society within their districts and they watch over politics, business, police, and organized crime. The European Monarchies function like extensions of Rome and they manage secret societies which infiltrate government agencies and run corporations for the monarchs. The Sovereign Military Order of Malta is the top military council and it works closely with the Orders of St. John run by Protestant royalty like the Windsors and Hohenzollerns. The royal and noble bloodlines are all working together as a global crime syndicate and part of a modernized Roman-Corporate Empire. They also have competing factions creating the illusion of division. The British Crown and the Scottish nobles like the Bruce, Stewart, Sinclair, Montagu, Scott, Percy, and Sutherland families manage Freemasonry. There are thousands of masonic lodges in the United States. Freemasonry should be outlawed. The Greek-German royal House of Glucksburg run the Greek fraternities and sororities and use initiates as their agents. The Glucksburgs and Italian nobles run the Boule Society which are fascist black supremacists and they work with black street gangs. Boule is a Greek fraternal society for African Americans. The Glucksburg family currently rule Denmark and Norway and recently ruled over Greece. Former Greek nobility and royal merchants like the Mavroleon, Onassis, and Niarchos families have a monopolies on the shipping industry and work with British Peers. The Greek merchant families are billionaires and human traffickers. The Greek royal family currently live in London. The British Crown authorized and control universities like Yale and Harvard and use them for recruiting Crown agents through fraternal orders like Skull and Bones and Book and Snake. The royal and noble families also do covert business at the City of London Corporation which dominates the global markets and some top London merchant families include the Goldsmith, Stuart, Rothschild, Grosvenor, Sassoon, Barclay, Sutherland, Montagu, Bailey, and Guinness families. The Sutherland family created HSBC. The Bailey family are co-founders of Janus Henderson through a merger. Janus Henderson manages about 190 billion in assets. The Stuart family are owners of Hudson's Bay Company and have an alliance with the Bavarian House of Wittelsbach which covertly owns some of HBC's subsidiaries. HBC has about 12 billion in assets and has been in tax contract with the United States. Royals and nobles need to be banned from entering America.
The Orange-Nassau family are influential merchants through their Netherlands Trading Society and have a large amount shares in Royal Dutch Shell, Philips Electronics, and ABN AMRO Bank. The Orange-Nassaus and their Dreyfus agents manage Rand Corporation which is in contract with the US military. The Orange-Nassau family also run the Masonic Loyal Order of Orange in Ireland which have infiltrated the police. The Nassau-Wielburg family of Luxembourg are international bankers connected with the World Bank and International Monetary Fund. The royal families of Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands have shares in the European Investment Bank and all these royals are recently married with Italian nobles. The Ligne family of Belgium are wealthy diamond and gold merchants. The Belgian Crown is stealing wealth from the United States through fraudulent tax contracts established through the 1871 District of Columbia Organic Act. The Barons Strange run the Masonic Oddfellow Order and Daughters of Rebekah. The Russel family are the Marquises of Tavistock and manage the Tavistock Institute which is an organization involved in mass mind control. The Lewis family finance Tavistock agents with their Tavistock investment group. The Furstenberg family run the Royal Order of Jesters and have a Jester on their coat of arms. The Clintons work closely with the House of Furstenberg which have residences in the United States. The Italian Orsini family and Holy Roman Rosenberg family run the Rosicrucian Order of alchemists which infiltrate food and drug companies for chemical warfare. The Medici family which have a statue of Hermes at their palace in Rome manage the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn an alchemical secret society. The Pierleoni family of Rome and Spanish House of Bourbon run the Kabbalah Society which uses the Spanish lion of Leon for its logo. The Pacelli family of Rome and Crencenzi family of Italy manage Wiccan cults. The Bavarian Wittelsbach family of Bavaria created the Bavarian Illuminati and manage the Benedictine Monks and they also have part ownership over the Jewish Mafia in the United States which are white collar criminals. The Pecci family of Italy are also owners of the Jewish Mafia in the United States through their marriage with the Blumenthal family. The House of Wittelsbach is involved with Zionism, Nazism, Freemasonry, and the Society of Jesus. The Jesuits function as Roman intelligence and infiltrators and use their universities for recruiting and training agents for Rome. Jesuit agents dominate leadership positions in US military and intelligence. The Knights of Columbus are owned by the House of Colonna. Many Knights of Columbus are police officers, mayors, lawyers, and judges and they protect the Italian Mafia while targeting free thinking people. Knights of Columbus are heavily involved in gang stalking. The Knights of Columbus need to be investigated and outlawed.
Court Jews like the Rothschild, Warburg, Goldsmith, Oppenheimer, Walton, Sassoon, Javal, Lauder, Sackler, Lewis, and Dreyfus families are employed through the Roman Curia or royal courtrooms like Buckingham Palace. The French Rothschilds work for the Black Nobility of Rome and the French House of Orleans. The British Rothschilds and Sassoons work for the British Crown. The Swiss Rothschilds work for the House of Habsburg and House of Hesse. The Oppenheimers work for the German House of Wurttemberg. The Warburgs work for the Italian House of Borghese and German House of Hesse and House of Hanover. Warburg Pincus was in contract with Unicredit which merged with the Borghese family's Bank of the Holy Spirit. The Dreyfus family work for the Dutch House of Orange-Nassau and French House of Bonaparte. Jewish banking families work for Christian royals and nobles. The French House of Bonaparte and Swedish House of Bernadotte control many major European corporations through their knights of the Order of Seraphim and knights of the Legion of Honor which are also members of the European Round Table of Industrialists which has major economic leverage on the markets. The Wallenbergs manage corporations worth hundreds of billions and work for the Swedish House of Bernadotte. The Wallenbergs also work with the Jesuits and Vatican. The Black Nobility and other royal families have been concealing trillions in private banks in Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland. The royal families of Luxembourg and Liechtenstein own and run their own national and private banks. The Austrian and Eastern European royals and nobles like the Habsburgs, Esterhazys, and Schonbergs use private banks in Liechtenstein and are also part owners of Israeli and Jewish mafias. The Esterhazy family are involved in snuff films and manage a faction of the Russian Mafia through the mafia boss Semion Mogilevich of Budapest. The Torlonia family own Banco Fucino in Rome and function as the Vatican's bankers and treasurers. The Torlonia family of Rome and Hohenzollern family of Germany are the primary owners of the Bank for International Settlements which was founded and ran by Nazis during WWII. The Torlonias are architects of fascism and the Hohenzollerns are architects of Nazism. The Este, Rothschild, and Hottinger families are some top Swiss bankers. The Casanova family of Italy and Spain are today a top political family of Switzerland. The Este and Savoy families manage the Bank for International Settlements which is in contract with most major central banks and is embezzling wealth from nations through fraudulent loans and contracts. The Bank for International Settlements needs to be investigated and shut down.
The Erlach and Brandi families are Swiss financial tax advisers enabling corruption, bribes, criminal financing, and money laundering. The Swiss Guard protects the Vatican City State today. The Swiss Cantons have been in contract with the Vatican for centuries and Switzerland is basically a papal state with the Holy Roman nobles claiming part ownership. The German House of Baden-Zahringen founded Berne, Switzerland. The House of Savoy ruled regions of Switzerland for hundreds of years. Some top bloodlines of the Black Nobility include the Massimo, Colonna, Pallavicini, Odescalchi, Ruspoli, Orsini, Aldobrandini, Sforza-Cesarini, Boncompagni-Ludovisi, Chigi-Albani-Della Rovere, Doria-Pamphilj, Giustiniani, Torlonia, Theodoli, Corsini, Borghese, Del Drago, Lucchesi-Palli, and Gaetani families. The Pecci and Pacelli families are newer bloodlines of the modern Black Nobility. The Black Nobility share ownership over the Holy See which is a corporate entity headquartered at the Vatican City State which was established as a nation in 1929 under Benito Mussolini who was put in power by the House of Savoy. The Mussolini and Franco families both became nobility after their fascist regimes. The Black Nobility also own the Knights of Malta, Jesuits, and Cosa Nostra. The Black Nobility established branches in southern Italy and married with Sicilian-Campanian nobles like the Lanza di Scalea, Adragna, Serena di Lapigio, and Rocco di Torrepadula families. The Savoy, Savoy-Aosta, Medici, Bourbon-Two Sicilies, and Bourbon-Parma families are Italian royalty and intermarried with various European royal bloodlines and Black Nobility. Most monarchs are members of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta. Prince Carlo Massimo has been overseeing the Sovereign Military Order of Malta as President of the Italian Association of the SMOM. The Knights of Malta have a hidden operation at Jesuit Georgetown which runs the Department of Defense along with British Crown agents and Freemasons. Prince Carlo of Bourbon-Two Sicilies is a top commander of the Society of Jesus through his Sacred Constantinian Military Order of Saint George. The Jesuits were authorized by the Farnese family’s Pope Paul III. The Bourbon-Two Sicilies and Bourbon-Parma families are the continuation of the Farnese family and the name Farnesivs is engraved on the Jesuit’s headquarters called the Gesu Church of Rome. The Farnese family lived in a pentagonal fortress called the Farnese Villa Caprarola which is the basis for the design of the US Pentagon. Jesuits are involved in politics, banking, law, and especially military and intelligence. The Italian Bourbons have established residences all over the world including in Florida. The Jesuits need to be investigated and outlawed.
The Italian Mafia are enforcers for Rome involved in extortion, money laundering, murder, and drug trafficking and they pay their dues back to the Sicilian Mafia which pay dues back to the Black Nobility. The mafia funnel their profits and tributes back to the Black Nobility through the Vatican's charity foundations and then to the Vatican bank and then to Banca Fucino and Swiss bank accounts. The Savoy's Genovese crime family specializes in extorting Wall Street. The mafia are rigging professional sports for bets and also launder their criminal profits through casinos. The Torlonia family own the Kansas City crime family and share ownership over the Pittsburgh crime family with the Borghese family of Rome and Rocco di Torrepadula family of Sicily. The French House of Orleans own the New Orleans crime family and the French-British Beaufort family oversee and own factions of the Dixie Mafia along with other British Peers that have French ancestry. The billionaire Cox family are involved in multi media communications and are part owners of the Dixie Mafia. The Goldsmith and Sassoon families are owners of Pakistani and Indian human trafficking networks which operate in the United Kingdom. The Brazilian House of Orleans-Braganza and the Belgian House of Ligne are intermarried and have shares in the Brazilian AmBev and the Belgian Anheuser-Busch InBev companies. The House of Orleans-Braganza are owners of Brazilian drug cartels which are also involved in human trafficking. The Sforza family own the Stidda Mafia clans which have an operation in the Sforza-Visconti's territory of Milan and the Sforza and Visconti families have major control over the Borsa Italiana or Milan Stock Exchange. The evil billionaire Silvio Berlusconi works for the Sforza and Visconti families and he has a monopoly in Italian media. Some north Italian nobles like the Visconti, Borromeo, Este, Gonzaga, Valenti, D'Adda, and Passi di Preposulo families are closely connected with billionaire families like the Rothschilds, Agnellis, Benettons, Armanis, and Ferreros. The Sforza and Visconti families own the Seattle crime family with the Gaetani family as part owners. The Seattle crime family is controlling the evil billionaires Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos through blackmail and Gates and Bezos both finance human trafficking and bribes on the West Coast. The royal family of Japan own Yakuza which have infiltrated the ports on the West Coast. The Aldobrandini family are owners of the DeCavalcante crime family of New Jersey and the Apulian Mafia in Italy. The Apulian Mafia have a large operation in New Jersey and are involved in human trafficking. Mobsters need to be locked away for life and gang stalkers, murderers, and human traffickers need to be executed.
The Colonna family own the Knights of Columbus and are also owners of the Colombo crime family and have part ownership of the Chicago Outfit along with the Capponi and Roselli del Turco families of Florence. Al Capone was an agent of the House of Capponi and John Roselli was an agent of the Roselli del Turco family. Colonna means column like Colombo and Columbus. Knights of Columbus infiltrate police departments and work with the Italian Mafia. The Massimo and Gaetani families own and run the Gambino crime family and Philadelphia crime family. The Massimo-Brancaccio family also own and run the Magliana Mafia or Roman Mafia and the Nuclei Armati Rivoluzionari as well as the Graviano crime family of Brancaccio in Palermo, Sicily which is part of the Corleonisi mafia clan. The Massimo family receive tributes from most Italian crime families and even from the Russian Mafia and Eastern European mafias. The Massimo family of Roccasecca which live in London own the Clerkenwell Mafia of London and have part ownership over the Irish Mafia. The Lucchesi-Palli and Pallavicini families own the Lucchese crime family which the Russian Mafia in Brighton Beach pays tributes to. The Pallavicini family are owners of the Armenian Mafia which operate in Hollywood and work closely with the Kardashian family. The Romanovs are part owners of the Russian Mafia and have established several residences in the United States. The Giustiniani family oversee the Philly Greek Mob along with some Greek shipping merchants. Mafias are businesses and it costs money to start up a mafia. Royal and noble families finance organized crime. The Jewish Mafia reorganized into white collar crime and work with the black hand Italian Mafia. The head of the Jewish Mafia in the United States is the billionaire Michael Bloomberg. Leon Black is another major Jewish mobster in New York. The Jewish Mafia are involved in professional sports with the white collar mobsters Daniel Gilbert, Robert Kraft, Joshua Harris, Jerry Reinsdorf, George Kaiser, Peter Guber, Joe Lacob, Tom Werner, Mark Cuban, and Micky Arison. The European Union is based on the Treaty of Rome and was signed in Rome at Capitoline Hill. The President of the European Central Bank is Mario Draghi who was born in Rome and Jesuit educated at the Massimo Institute. Mario Draghi is a covert relative of the Borghese and Del Drago families. The Erba-Odesclachi family with ancestry from Cernobbio, Italy run CERN with Roman born Fabiola Gianotti as the Director-General of CERN which is being used to generate pressure in the lower atmosphere for the purpose of oppressing society. CERN, HAARP, Church of Scientology, Chemtrails, and electronic devices are all being used to covertly oppress society. The US military run a HAARP electronic harassment system in Puerto Rico which is controlled from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba which is under the command of Captain David Culpepper.
The German Wurrtemberg and Baden families have major shares and control over international corporations like BMW, Daimler-Benz, Aldi, and SAP and they have command over Wall Street through their agent Jeffrey Sprecher. The House of Hohenzollern authorized the creation of Deutsche Bank. The Wittelsbach and Schwarzenberg families also have major control over corporations like Goldman Sachs and Apollo Global Management which owns Constellis Holdings a private military company in contract with the US military. The Soros family work for the House of Schwarzenberg. George Soros' real last name is Schwartz. The House of Hanover have part ownership over the British Crown and have vast wealth in private Swiss banks. The Hanovers have an alliance with the Savoys. The Agnelli family are multi billionaires and own Chrysler Fiat. The Agnellis are intermarried with various Italian nobles like the Borromeo, Gaetani, and Brandolini D'adda families. German nobles are owners of motorcycle gangs and Neo-Nazi crime groups like the Aryan Brotherhood and Public Enemy Number 1. Irish nobles are also part owners of the Aryan Brotherhood. Motorcycle gangs are involved in the trucking industry and criminal trafficking. The House of Hesse own the Iron Horsemen motorcycle gang which traffics adrenochrome. The Bussche family of Germany along with the Bush and Busche families in the United States own the Sons of Silence motorcycle gang which uses the Busche beer logo for their patch. The House of Windsor are owners of the Hells Angels which established chapters in the United Kingdom and its commonwealths. The Mars family manage some Hells Angels chapters. The Boncompagni-Ludovisi family are owners of the Casalesi mafia clan which operates in their former dukedoms and also own the Bonanno crime family. Bon-Compagni translates to Good Fellows a term used for made men in the mafia. The Adragna family of Sicily run many of the N’Drangheta factions along with the Gaetani family and the House of Adragna are part owners of Los Angeles crime family which was built up by the Dragna crime bosses like Jack Dragna. The Sanseverino family are part owners of the Sicilian Mafia. The Sicilian Lanza di Scalea family owns the Lanza crime family in San Francisco which has also established themselves on the East Coast. The Odescalchi family own the Detroit Partnership which run the labor unions and also own some Slavic-Serbian mafias. The Bourbon families of Italy and Ruspoli family own mafias in Montreal like the Rizzuto crime family and Cuntrera-Caruana Mafia clan. The Italian Bourbons are part owners of the Trafficante crime family which operate in Cuba and have an alliance with the Montreal crime families. The Caputo, Serlupi-Crencenzi-Ottobani, and Torre and Tasso families own the Toronto crime families like the Mustianos, Lupinos, and Papalias. The Savoy and Savoy-Aosta families own and run the Genovese crime family. Don Vito Genovese was from Naples and Prince Vittorio Emanuele IV of Savoy is the Prince of Naples. The Chigi-Albani della Rovere family are owners of most of the Albanian Mafia factions which are an international crime syndicate. Albania was named after the Alban clans in Rome like the Albani family. The Corsini, Medici, and Bonaparte families are the owners of the Union Corse or Corsican Mafia which have an operation in Baltimore. The Medici family also own the Chaldean Mafia which operate out of Detroit. The Medici family run the IRS through their Jesuit agent and IRS Commissioner David Kautter. Income tax is a form of extortion.
The House of Windsor and German nobility like the Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, Hohenzollern, Hesse, Furstenberg, and Hanover families run and finance various Neo-Nazi cults and Nazi propaganda while they also control many of the Jewish banking families through their royal courts. Many of the German nobles were Nazis. The Windsor and German noble families also run the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas. The Irish nobles like the Massy, Nugent, and FitzGerald families are part owners of the the Irish Mafia and Irish Republican Army terrorist organization. Irish nobles also run the murderous Hell Fire Club secret society. The Guinness, Hennessy, and Bailey families are all involved in the occult and also with banking. John Hennessy is a top leader in Silicon Valley. The Windsor and Bush families control covert paramilitary organizations and mercenary armies branched off from the military like G4S, KBR, and Vinnell Corporation. The Spencer-Churchill family own Aegis Defence Services with their relative Nicholas Soames as the head of Aegis and they are also part owners of Serco with their relative Rupert Soames. The Spencer-Churchill family are involved in the mainstream media and work with the American Vanderbilts and Freud family of psychoanalyst brainwashers. The Bush family runs the military industrial complex in the United States with Vannevar Bush founding Raytheon and Wesley G Bush running Northrup Grumman. The Bush family's Union Banking Corporation was in contract with the Nazis during WWII. The German nobles finance military black ops run by militarized Nazis. The Coronado Naval Base in California has a barracks designed as a swastika. The Mars and Walton families are mega billionaires and like royalty in the United States and they finance gang stalking and human trafficking and also make bribes to enable criminals. The Islamic royal families were appointed by European royalty in the 19th and 20th centuries and especially after WWI. The Mid East royalty run the oil industry and use their massive wealth to finance globalist agendas for being allowed to rule their nations. The House of Saud is worth at least a trillion. The House of Thani and House of Khalifa work with the House of Saud and are also wealthy oil merchants. The Mid Eastern royals manage the Muslim Brotherhood, Five Percenters, and Nation of Islam which are violent gang stalking cults. These organizations need to be investigated and outlawed. They also own an Arab Mafia which is headquartered in New Jersey and Detroit. The royal family of Morocco are wealthy merchants and owners of the Abergil crime family of Israel and Morocco. The House of Bourbon and Spanish nobility like the Osorio, FitzJames, Alvarez, Pignatelli, Arteaga, Borja, Zuniga, Ruspoli, and Aragon-Escobar families own most of the Mexican and South American drug cartels. The Osorio and Borja families are owners of MS-13. The Bourbons own the Gulf Cartel and the Latin Kings. The FitzJames and Alvarez families own the Los Zetas Cartel. The Mexican mobsters are involved in torturing and murdering people to extract adrenochrome and adrenaline filled blood which they sell on the black market. The House of Bourbon are the founders and owners of Santander Bank. The King of Spain holds the official claim to King of Jerusalem. All these tyrants and their agents need to be destroyed.
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[S3E13] A list of all the characters so far mentioned in the end credits (Updated)

Note: all new characters in Parts 10, 11, 12 and 13 are in italics.
(Kyle MacLachlan) - Dale CoopeMr. C/Dougie
LAS VEGAS:
Duncan Todd (Patrick Fischler) - the businessman who gives his assistant two bundles of cash Roger (Joe Adler) - his assistant
Janey-E Jones (Naomi Watts) - Dougie's wife Sonny Jim Jones (Pierce Gagnon) - their son
Tommy (Ronnie Gene Blevins) - loan shark on left who meets Janey-E in park Jimmy (Jeremy Davis) - loan shark on right who meets Janey-E in park
Jade (Nafessa Williams) - Dougie's prostitute Detailer (Sean Bulger) - cleans Jade's car
Jake (Bill Tangradi) - hitman with rifle who almost shoots Cooper Gene (Greg Vrotsos) - hitman who puts a bomb under Dougie's car Lorraine (Tammie Baird) - woman with BlackBerry who is the boss of the hitmen
Ike "The Spike" Stadtler (Christophe Zajac-Denek) - the little hitman
Drugged-out Mother (Hailey Gates) - she keeps saying "119" Little Boy (Sawyer Shipman) - her son Punk Leader (Blake Zingale) - throws rock at little boy - gets blown up Patrol Officer (Jay Jee) - cop on roof who finds the number plate
Security Guard (Brian Finney) - directs Cooper to the casino change counter Cashier (Meg Foster) - gives change to Cooper Slot Machine Man (John Ennis) - Cooper watches him play the slots - he says "Helllooo!" Wise Guy (Josh McDermitt) - guy at casino who says "You broke that one" Lady Slot-Addict (Linda Porter) - old lady at casino Floor Attendant Jackie (Sabrina S. Sutherland) - helps Cooper when he starts winning
Bill Shaker (Ethan Suplee) - friend of Dougie's at the casino Candy Shaker (Sara Paxton) - Bill Shaker's wife
Supervisor Burns (Brett Gelman) - bearded manager at the casino - later he is sacked Pit Boss Warrick (David Dastmalchian) - becomes the new manager
Rodney Mitchum (Robert Knepper) - beats up Supervisor Burns Bradley Mitchum (Jim Belushi) - tells supervisor to get out of town - presumably the brother of Rodney Mandie (Andrea Leal) - pink showgirl on the left Candie (Amie Shiels) - pink showgirl in the middle Sandie (Giselle DaMier) - pink showgirl on the right
Paul (Greg Mills) - news anchor on TV in the Mitchums' house Sheena (Sarah Sohn) - news anchor on TV in the Mitchums' house
Limo Driver (Jay Larson) - drives Cooper home from the casino
Bushnell Mullins (Don Murray) - the boss at Lucky 7 Insurance, Dougie's workplace Phil Bisby (Josh Fadem) - nerdy guy with glasses Anthony Sinclair (Tom Sizemore) - Cooper accuses him of lying Rhonda (Elena Satine) - takes Cooper into the female bathroom Darren (Wes Brown) - trying to cheat on his wife with Rhonda Frank (Bob Stephenson) - Cooper drinks his coffee
Officer Reynaldo (Juan Carlos Cantu) - tells Cooper to stop loitering at the statue
Syzmon Waitress (Virginia Kull) - brings Cooper some cherry pie Man in Urinal (Malone) - "That bad, huh?"
Detective D. Fusco (David Koechner) - visits Dougie's office (on the left) Detective "Smiley" Fusco (Eric Edelstein) - visits Dougie's office (in the middle) Detective T. Fusco (Larry Clarke) - visits Dougie's office (on the right) Desk Sergeant (Jelani Quinn) - the Fuscos give the evidence bag to him
Detective Clarke (John Savage) - Anthony Sinclair gets poison from him Crooked Partner (Johnny Chavez) - his partner standing in the alley
Another Mom (Rebecca Field) - older mom interviewed by reporters 5-Year-Old Girl (Ivy George) - her daughter Soccer Mom (Stephanie Allynne) - younger mom interviewed by reporters
Doctor Ben (John Billingsly) - Cooper's doctor
Head Mover (Alon Aboutboul) - delivers Sonny Jim's gym set
MONTANA:
Renzo (Derek Mears) - bald guy who arm-wrestles Evil Cooper Muddy (Frank Collison) - recites the arm-wrestling rules The Farm Accountant (Christopher Durbin) - "Do you need any money?"
NEW MEXICO:
Woodsman (Robert Broski) - "Gotta light?" Girl (1956) (Tikaeni Faircrest) - the young girl who swallows the frog-bug Boy (1956) (Xolo Mariduena) - the young boy walking her home New Mexico Husband (Tad Griffith) - man in car accosted by the Woodsman New Mexico Wife (Leslie Berger) - woman in car accosted by the Woodsman Receptionist (Tracy Phillips) - killed in the radio station by the Woodsman Disc Jockey (Cullen Douglas) - also killed in the radio station by the Woodsman
NEW YORK:
Sam Colby (Ben Rosenfield) - he monitors the glass box Tracey (Madeline Zima) - brings Sam coffee Guard (Michael Bisping) - the security guard outside Experiment Model / Experiment (Erica Enyon) - the creature in the glass box
PENTAGON:
Colonel Davis (Ernie Hudson) - sends Cynthia Knox to South Dakota Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Adele René) - sent by Colonel Davis to South Dakota
PHILADELPHIA (FBI):
FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) FBI Agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) - new female agent
Denise Bryson (David Duchovny) Bill Kennedy (Richard Chamberlain) - greets Gordon at Denise's office
FBI Driver (Stephen Kearin) - drives Gordon and Albert to South Dakota
Diane Evans (Laura Derns) - Cooper's former secretary Younger Man (Jesse Johnson) - the guy in Diane's apartment
RED ROOM ETC:
??????? (Carel Struycken) - the Giant Senorita Dido (Joy Nash) - she lives with the Giant
Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) Bob (Frank Silva) Leland Palmer (Ray Wise) Phillip Gerard (Al Strobel) - the One-Armed Man
Naido (Nae Yuuki) - the first woman in the "Mauve Room" with no eyes American Girl (Phoebe Augustine) - the second woman in the "Mauve Room" Major Garland Briggs (Don S. Davis) - the head floating through the stars
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Robby (James Croak) - the guy with the rifle guarding the door of the shack Otis (Redford Westwood) - the old man with the moustache who Mr C. talks to Buella (Kathleen Deeming) - the old lady in the shack Darya (Nicole LaLiberte) - the young woman who leaves with Mr. C Ray Monroe (George Griffith) - the young man who leaves with Mr. C
Jack (Steve Barker) - the mechanic who gets his face massaged
Chantal Hutchens (Jennifer Jason Leigh) - Darya's next-door neighbour Gary "Hutch" Hutchens (Tim Roth) - Chantal's phone-shooting husband
Marjorie Green (Melissa Bailey) - the lady with the dog Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle) - the dead woman Hank (Max Perlich) - the bald guy outside - "Am I free to go?"
Officer Olson (Christopher Murray) - the taller of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment Officer Douglas (James Giordano) - the shorter of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment
Detective Dave Macklay (Brent Briscoe) - the main detective - the one who interrogates Hastings Constance Talbot (Jane Adams) - the CSI woman Police Chief Mike Boyd (Dep Kirkland) - the bald police chief outside Hastings' interrogation Detective Don Harrison (Bailey Chase) - the State Police Detective who arrives William Hastings (Matthew Lillard) - the school principal in jail Phyllis Hastings (Cornelia Guest) - his wife George Bautzer (Neil Dickson) - his lawyer
First Trooper (Travis Hammer) - the first cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident and throws up Second Trooper (Stephen Heath) - the second cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident
Warden Dwight Murphy (James Morrison) - the warden at the prison where Mr. C is held Inspector Randy Hollister (Karl Makinen) - the younger man accompanying the warden Prison Tech (Hank Harris) - works the security cameras at the prison Prison Guard (Mark Mahoney) - Mr C asks him for a meeting with the warden
Warden Murphy's Son (Luke Judy) - finds his father's body
French Woman (Berenice Marlohe) - the woman in Gordon's hotel room
TWIN PEAKS:
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby (Russ Tamblyn) Delivery Driver (Joseph M. Auger) - delivers the shovels
Nadine Hurley (Wendie Robie) Big Ed Hurley (Everett McGill)
Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie) Check-out Girl (Zoe McLane) - serves Sarah Palmer at the store Bag-boy (Johnny Ochsner) - serves Sarah Palmer at the store
Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady) (Catherine E. Coulson)
Doc Will Hayward (Warren Frost)
Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer) Jerry Horne (David Patrick Kelly) Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) - psychopath smoking in the Roadhouse Johnny Horne (Eric Rondell) - he runs into a wall Sylvia Horne (Jan D'Arcy) - she helps Johnny when he is hurt Audrey Horne (Sherilyn Fenn) Charlie (Clark Middleton) - the man talking to Audrey
Beverly Paige (Ashley Judd) - Ben Horne's new secretary Tom Paige (Hugh Dillon) - Beverly's sick husband Nurse (Judith Drake) - the nurse who cares for Tom
Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton) - owner of the New Fat Trout Trailer Park Mickey (Jeremy Lindholm) - talks to Carl in the car Kriscol (Bill O'Dell) - man at the trailer park who sells his blood
Hit and Run Mom (Lisa Coronado) - her boy is run over by Richard Horne Hit and Run Boy (Hunter Sanchez) - run over by Richard Horne
Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) - Harry Truman's brother Doris Truman (Candy Clark) - Frank's wife
Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse)
Deputy Jesse Holcomb (James Grixoni) - announces that Wally has arrived Deputy Chad Broxford (John Pirruccello) - the grumpy cop with the beard Maggie (Jodi Thelen) - switchboard operator in the back room
Deputy Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) Betty Briggs (Charlotte Stewart)
Carrie (Charity Parenzini) - mother of boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Russ (Linas Phillips) - father of boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Ralph (Elias Parenzini) - boy who shoots gun outside RR Diner Woman in Car (Laura Kenny) - large woman honking the horn outside the RR Diner Sick Girl (Priya Diane Niehaus) - the vomiting girl in the car with her
Man in Suit (Allen Galli) - the insurance man who leaves his card for Sheriff Truman
Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) Lucy Brennan (Kimmy Robertson) Wally Brando (Michael Cera) - their son
Farmer (Edward 'Ted' Dowling) - Andy sets up a 4:30 meeting with him
Norma Jennings (Peggy Lipton) Toad (Marv Rosand) - cook at the Double R Heidi (Andrea Hays) - German waitress at the Double R RR Diner Waitress (Kate Alden) - serves Bobby in Part 13 Walter Lawford (Grant Goodeve) - runs RR Diner franchises for Norma
Bing (Riley Lynch) - shouts "Has anybody seen Billy?" in the RR Diner Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) - talking to Heidi in the RR Diner
Boy Playing Catch (Travis Frost) - boy who discovers the injured Miriam
Shelly (Mädchen Amick) Renee (Jessica Szohr) - woman sitting next to Shelly who James is looking at. She later cries when James sings. Hannah (Gia Carides) - Shelly's brunette friend who says "There's something wrong with that guy"
Rebecca (Becky) Burnett (Amanda Seyfried) - Shelly's daughter Steven Burnett (Caleb Landry Jones) - Becky's husband
Neighbour (Cynthia Lauren Tewes) - lives next door to Gersten Hayward's apartment Gersten Hayward (Alicia Witt) - hiding on stairs with Steven Burnett
Mike Nelson (Gary Hershberger) - he doesn't like Steven Burnett's resumé
James Hurley (James Marshall) Freddie Sykes (Jake Wardle) - the young guy who enters the Roadhouse with James Red (Balthazar Getty) - he points his fingers at Shelly like a gun Jean-Michel Renault (Walter Olkewicz) - bartender who is presumably a relative of Jacques Renault
Frederico (Vincent Castellanos) - tells Richard Horne to stop smoking Charlotte (Grace Victoria Cox) - assaulted by Richard in the Roadhouse Elizabeth (Jane Levy) - Charlotte's friend who says "Leave her alone"
Ella (Sky Ferreira) - the girl in the Roadhouse scratching herself Chloe (Karolina Wydra) - her brunette friend
Abbie (Elizabeth Anweis) - woman on left in Roadhouse in Part 12 Natalie (Ana de la Reguera) - woman on right in Roadhouse in Part 12 Trick (Scott Coffey) - their friend who gets his car run off the road
The Chromatics (Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller, Johnny Jewel, Nat Walker) - band playing in Parts 2 & 12 The Cactus Blossoms (Jack Torrey, Page Burkum, Joel Paterson, Beau Sample, Alex Hall) - band playing in Part 3 Au Revoir Simone (Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster, Annie Hart) - band playing in Parts 4 & 9 Trouble (Riley Lynch, Sam Smith, Alex Zhang Hungtai, Dean Hurley) - band playing in Part 5 Sharon Van Etten (Sharon Van Etten, Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs, John Phillip Iron III, Zeke Hutchins) - band playing in Part 6 MC (J.R. Starr) - he introduces "The" Nine Inch Nails and James Hurley "The" Nine Inch Nails (Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Mariqueen Maandig Reznor, Robin Finck, Alessandro Cortini, Joey Castillo) - band playing in Part 8 Hudson Mohawke (Himself) - the musician playing in Part 9 Rebekah Del Rio (Rebekah Del Rio, Moby) - band playing in Part 10 James Hurley (James Marshall, Kelsey Bohlen, Rachael Bower) - band playing in Part 13
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[S3E9] A list of all the characters so far mentioned in the end credits (Updated)

Note: all new characters in Parts 8 and 9 are in italics.
(Kyle MacLachlan) - Dale CoopeMr. C/Dougie
LAS VEGAS:
Duncan Todd (Patrick Fischler) - the businessman who gives his assistant two bundles of cash Roger (Joe Adler) - his assistant
Jade (Nafessa Williams) - Dougie's prostitute Detailer (Sean Bulger) - cleans Jade's car
Jake (Bill Tangradi) - hitman with rifle who almost shoots Cooper Gene (Greg Vrotsos) - hitman who puts a bomb under Dougie's car Lorraine (Tammie Baird) - woman with BlackBerry who is the boss of the hitmen
Ike "The Spike" Stadtler (Christophe Zajac-Denek) - the little hitman
Drugged-out Mother (Hailey Gates) - she keeps saying "119" Little Boy (Sawyer Shipman) - her son Punk Leader (Blake Zingale) - throws rock at little boy - gets blown up Patrol Officer (Jay Jee) - cop on roof who finds the number plate
Security Guard (Brian Finney) - directs Cooper to the casino change counter Cashier (Meg Foster) - gives change to Cooper Slot Machine Man (John Ennis) - Cooper watches him play the slots - he says "Helllooo!" Wise Guy (Josh McDermitt) - guy at casino who says "You broke that one" Lady Slot-Addict (Linda Porter) - old lady at casino Floor Attendant Jackie (Sabrina S. Sutherland) - helps Cooper when he starts winning
Bill Shaker (Ethan Suplee) - friend of Dougie's at the casino Candy Shaker (Sara Paxton) - Bill Shaker's wife
Supervisor Burns (Brett Gelman) - bearded manager at the casino - later he is sacked Pit Boss Warrick (David Dastmalchian) - becomes the new manager
Rodney Mitchum (Robert Knepper) - beats up Supervisor Burns Bradley Mitchum (Jim Belushi) - tells supervisor to get out of town - presumably the brother of Rodney Mandie (Andrea Leal) - pink showgirl on the left Candie (Amie Shiels) - pink showgirl in the middle Sandie (Giselle DaMier) - pink showgirl on the right
Limo Driver (Jay Larson) - drives Cooper home from the casino
Janey-E Jones (Naomi Watts) - Dougie's wife Sonny Jim Jones (Pierce Gagnon) - their son
Tommy (Ronnie Gene Blevins) - loan shark on left who meets Janey-E in park Jimmy (Jeremy Davis) - loan shark on right who meets Janey-E in park
Bushnell Mullins (Don Murray) - the boss at Lucky 7 Insurance, Dougie's workplace Phil Bisby (Josh Fadem) - nerdy guy with glasses Anthony Sinclair (Tom Sizemore) - Cooper accuses him of lying Rhonda (Elena Satine) - takes Cooper into the female bathroom Darren (Wes Brown) - trying to cheat on his wife with Rhonda Frank (Bob Stephenson) - Cooper drinks his coffee
Officer Reynaldo (Juan Carlos Cantu) - tells Cooper to stop loitering at the statue
Detective D. Fusco (David Koechner) - visits Dougie's office (on the left) Detective "Smiley" Fusco (Eric Edelstein) - visits Dougie's office (in the middle) Detective T. Fusco (Larry Clarke) - visits Dougie's office (on the right) Desk Sergeant (Jelani Quinn) - the Fuscos give the evidence bag to him
Another Mom (Rebecca Field) - older mom interviewed by reporters 5-Year-Old Girl (Ivy George) - her daughter Soccer Mom (Stephanie Allynne) - younger mom interviewed by reporters
NEW MEXICO:
Woodsman (Robert Broski) - "Gotta light?" Girl (1956) (Tikaeni Faircrest) - the young girl who swallows the frog-bug Boy (1956) (Xolo Mariduena) - the young boy walking her home New Mexico Husband (Tad Griffith) - man in car accosted by the Woodsman New Mexico Wife (Leslie Berger) - woman in car accosted by the Woodsman Receptionist (Tracy Phillips) - killed in the radio station by the Woodsman Disc Jockey (Cullen Douglas) - also killed in the radio station by the Woodsman
NEW YORK:
Sam Colby (Ben Rosenfield) - he monitors the glass box Tracey (Madeline Zima) - brings Sam coffee Guard (Michael Bisping) - the security guard outside Experiment Model / Experiment (Erica Enyon) - the creature in the glass box
PENTAGON:
Colonel Davis (Ernie Hudson) - sends Cynthia Knox to South Dakota Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Adele René) - sent by Colonel Davis to South Dakota
PHILADELPHIA (FBI):
FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) FBI Agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) - new female agent
Denise Bryson (David Duchovny) Bill Kennedy (Richard Chamberlain) - greets Gordon at Denise's office
FBI Driver (Stephen Kearin) - drives Gordon and Albert to South Dakota
Diane Evans (Laura Derns) - Cooper's former secretary Younger Man (Jesse Johnson) - the guy in Diane's apartment
RED ROOM ETC:
??????? (Carel Struycken) - the Giant Senorita Dido (Joy Nash) - she lives with the Giant
Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) Bob (Frank Silva) Leland Palmer (Ray Wise) Phillip Gerard (Al Strobel) - the One-Armed Man
Naido (Nae Yuuki) - the first woman in the "Mauve Room" with no eyes American Girl (Phoebe Augustine) - the second woman in the "Mauve Room" Major Garland Briggs (Don S. Davis) - the head floating through the stars
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Robby (James Croak) - the guy with the rifle guarding the door of the shack Otis (Redford Westwood) - the old man with the moustache who Mr C. talks to Buella (Kathleen Deeming) - the old lady in the shack Darya (Nicole LaLiberte) - the young woman who leaves with Mr. C Ray Monroe (George Griffith) - the young man who leaves with Mr. C
Jack (Steve Barker) - the mechanic who gets his face massaged
Chantal Hutchens (Jennifer Jason Leigh) - Darya's next-door neighbour Gary "Hutch" Hutchens (Tim Roth) - Chantal's phone-shooting husband
Marjorie Green (Melissa Bailey) - the lady with the dog Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle) - the dead woman Hank (Max Perlich) - the bald guy outside - "Am I free to go?"
Officer Olson (Christopher Murray) - the taller of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment Officer Douglas (James Giordano) - the shorter of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment
Detective Dave Macklay (Brent Briscoe) - the main detective - the one who interrogates Hastings Constance Talbot (Jane Adams) - the CSI woman Police Chief Mike Boyd (Dep Kirkland) - the bald police chief outside Hastings' interrogation Detective Don Harrison (Bailey Chase) - the State Police Detective who arrives William Hastings (Matthew Lillard) - the school principal in jail Phyllis Hastings (Cornelia Guest) - his wife George Bautzer (Neil Dickson) - his lawyer
First Trooper (Travis Hammer) - the first cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident and throws up Second Trooper (Stephen Heath) - the second cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident
Warden Dwight Murphy (James Morrison) - the warden at the prison where Mr. C is held Inspector Randy Hollister (Karl Makinen) - the younger man accompanying the warden Prison Tech (Hank Harris) - works the security cameras at the prison Prison Guard (Mark Mahoney) - Mr C asks him for a meeting with the warden
TWIN PEAKS:
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby (Russ Tamblyn) Delivery Driver (Joseph M. Auger) - delivers the shovels
Nadine Hurley (Wendie Robie)
Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie)
Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady) (Catherine E. Coulson)
Doc Will Hayward (Warren Frost)
Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer) Jerry Horne (David Patrick Kelly) Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) - psychopath smoking in the Roadhouse Johnny Horne (Eric Rondell) - he runs into a wall Sylvia Horne (Jan D'Arcy) - she helps Johnny when he is hurt
Beverly Paige (Ashley Judd) - Ben Horne's new secretary Tom Paige (Hugh Dillon) - Beverly's sick husband Nurse (Judith Drake) - the nurse who cares for Tom
Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton) - owner of the New Fat Trout Trailer Park Mickey (Jeremy Lindholm) - talks to Carl in the car Hit and Run Mom (Lisa Coronado) - her boy is run over by Richard Horne Hit and Run Boy (Hunter Sanchez) - run over by Richard Horne
Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) - Harry Truman's brother Doris Truman (Candy Clark) - Frank's wife
Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse)
Deputy Jesse Holcomb (James Grixoni) - announces that Wally has arrived Deputy Chad Broxford (John Pirruccello) - the grumpy cop with the beard Maggie (Jodi Thelen) - switchboard operator in the back room
Deputy Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) Betty Briggs (Charlotte Stewart)
Man in Suit (Allen Galli) - the insurance man who leaves his card for Sheriff Truman
Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) Lucy Brennan (Kimmy Robertson) Wally Brando (Michael Cera) - their son
Farmer (Edward 'Ted' Dowling) - Andy sets up a 4:30 meeting with him
Norma Jennings (Peggy Lipton) Toad (Marv Rosand) - cook at the Double R Heidi (Andrea Hays) - German waitress at the Double R
Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) - talking to Heidi in the Double R Bing (Riley Lynch) - shouts "Has anybody seen Billy?" in the Double R
Shelly (Mädchen Amick) Renee (Jessica Szohr) - the friend sitting next to Shelly who James is looking at Hannah (Gia Carides) - Shelly's brunette friend who says "There's something wrong with that guy" Rebecca (Becky) Burnett (Amanda Seyfried) - Shelly's daughter Steven Burnett (Caleb Landry Jones) - Becky's husband
Mike Nelson (Gary Hershberger) - he doesn't like Steven Burnett's resumé
James Hurley (James Marshall) Freddie Sykes (Jake Wardle) - the young guy who enters the Roadhouse with James Red (Balthazar Getty) - he points his fingers at Shelly like a gun Jean-Michel Renault (Walter Olkewicz) - bartender who is presumably a relative of Jacques Renault
Frederico (Vincent Castellanos) - tells Richard Horne to stop smoking Charlotte (Grace Victoria Cox) - assaulted by Richard in the Roadhouse Elizabeth (Jane Levy) - Charlotte's friend who says "Leave her alone"
Ella (Sky Ferreira) - the girl in the Roadhouse scratching herself Chloe (Karolina Wydra) - her brunette friend
The Chromatics (Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller, Johnny Jewel, Nat Walker) - band playing in Part 2 The Cactus Blossoms (Jack Torrey, Page Burkum, Joel Paterson, Beau Sample, Alex Hall) - band playing in Part 3 Au Revoir Simone (Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster, Annie Hart) - band playing in Part 4 and Part 9 Trouble (Riley Lynch, Sam Smith, Alex Zhang Hungtai, Dean Hurley) - band playing in Part 5 Sharon Van Etten (Sharon Van Etten, Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs, John Phillip Iron III, Zeke Hutchins) - band playing in Part 6 MC (J.R. Starr) - he introduces "The" Nine Inch Nails "The" Nine Inch Nails (Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, Mariqueen Maandig Reznor, Robin Finck, Alessandro Cortini, Joey Castillo) - band playing in Part 8 Hudson Mohawke (Himself) - the musician playing in Part 9
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[S3E7] A list of all the characters so far mentioned in the end credits (Updated)

Note: all new characters in Parts 6 and 7 are in italics.
(Kyle MacLachlan) - Dale CoopeMr. C/Dougie
LAS VEGAS:
Duncan Todd (Patrick Fischler) - the businessman who gives his assistant two bundles of cash Roger (Joe Adler) - his assistant
Jade (Nafessa Williams) - Dougie's prostitute Detailer (Sean Bulger) - cleans Jade's car
Jake (Bill Tangradi) - hitman with rifle who almost shoots Cooper Gene (Greg Vrotsos) - hitman who puts a bomb under Dougie's car Lorraine (Tammie Baird) - woman with BlackBerry who is the boss of the hitmen
Ike "The Spike" Stadtler (Christophe Zajac-Denek) - the little hitman
Drugged-out Mother (Hailey Gates) - she keeps saying "119" Little Boy (Sawyer Shipman) - her son Punk Leader (Blake Zingale) - throws rock at little boy - gets blown up Patrol Officer (Jay Jee) - cop on roof who finds the number plate
Security Guard (Brian Finney) - directs Cooper to the casino change counter Cashier (Meg Foster) - gives change to Cooper Slot Machine Man (John Ennis) - Cooper watches him play the slots - he says "Helllooo!" Wise Guy (Josh McDermitt) - guy at casino who says "You broke that one" Lady Slot-Addict (Linda Porter) - old lady at casino Floor Attendant Jackie (Sabrina S. Sutherland) - helps Cooper when he starts winning
Bill Shaker (Ethan Suplee) - friend of Dougie's at the casino Candy Shaker (Sara Paxton) - Bill Shaker's wife or girlfriend
Supervisor Burns (Brett Gelman) - bearded manager at the casino - later he is sacked Pit Boss Warrick (David Dastmalchian) - becomes the new manager
Rodney Mitchum (Robert Knepper) - beats up Supervisor Burns Bradley Mitchum (Jim Belushi) - tells supervisor to get out of town - presumably the brother of Rodney Mandie (Andrea Leal) - pink showgirl on the left Candie (Amie Shiels) - pink showgirl in the middle Sandie (Giselle DaMier) - pink showgirl on the right
Limo Driver (Jay Larson) - drives Cooper home from the casino
Janey-E Jones (Naomi Watts) - Dougie's wife Sonny Jim Jones (Pierce Gagnon) - their son
Tommy (Ronnie Gene Blevins) - loan shark on left who meets Janey-E in park Jimmy (Jeremy Davis) - loan shark on right who meets Janey-E in park
Bushnell Mullins (Don Murray) - the boss at Lucky 7 Insurance, Dougie's workplace Phil Bisby (Josh Fadem) - nerdy guy with glasses Anthony Sinclair (Tom Sizemore) - Cooper accuses him of lying Rhonda (Elena Satine) - takes Cooper into the female bathroom Darren (Wes Brown) - trying to cheat on his wife with Rhonda Frank (Bob Stephenson) - Cooper drinks his coffee
Officer Reynaldo (Juan Carlos Cantu) - tells Cooper to stop loitering at the statue
Detective D. Fusco (David Koechner) - visits Dougie's office (on the left) Detective "Smiley" Fusco (Eric Edelstein) - visits Dougie's office (in the middle) Detective T. Fusco (Larry Clarke) - visits Dougie's office (on the right)
Another Mom (Rebecca Field) - older mom interviewed by reporters 5-Year-Old Girl (Ivy George) - her daughter Soccer Mom (Stephanie Allynne) - younger mom interviewed by reporters
NEW YORK:
Sam Colby (Ben Rosenfield) - he monitors the glass box Tracey (Madeline Zima) - brings Sam coffee Guard (Michael Bisping) - the security guard outside Experiment Model (Erica Enyon) - presumably the creature in the glass box
PENTAGON:
Colonel Davis (Ernie Hudson) - sends Cynthia Knox to South Dakota Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Adele René) - sent by Colonel Davis to South Dakota
PHILADELPHIA (FBI):
FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole (David Lynch) Albert Rosenfield (Miguel Ferrer) FBI Agent Tammy Preston (Chrysta Bell) - new female agent
Denise Bryson (David Duchovny) Bill Kennedy (Richard Chamberlain) - greets Gordon at Denise's office
FBI Driver (Stephen Kearin) - drives Gordon and Albert to South Dakota
Diane Evans (Laura Derns) - Cooper's former secretary Younger Man (Jesse Johnson) - the guy in Diane's apartment
RED ROOM ETC:
??????? (Carel Struycken) - the Giant
Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) Bob (Frank Silva) Leland Palmer (Ray Wise) Phillip Gerard (Al Strobel) - the One-Armed Man
Naido (Nae Yuuki) - the first woman in the "Mauve Room" with no eyes American Girl (Phoebe Augustine) - the second woman in the "Mauve Room" Major Garland Briggs (Don S. Davis) - the head floating through the stars
SOUTH DAKOTA:
Robby (James Croak) - the guy with the rifle guarding the door of the shack Otis (Redford Westwood) - the old man with the moustache who Mr C. talks to Buella (Kathleen Deeming) - the old lady in the shack Darya (Nicole LaLiberte) - the young woman who leaves with Mr. C Ray Monroe (George Griffith) - the young man who leaves with Mr. C
Jack (Steve Barker) - the mechanic who gets his face massaged
Chantal Hutchens (Jennifer Jason Leigh) - Darya's next-door neighbour
Marjorie Green (Melissa Bailey) - the lady with the dog Ruth Davenport (Mary Stofle) - the dead woman Hank (Max Perlich) - the bald guy outside - "Am I free to go?"
Officer Olson (Christopher Murray) - the taller of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment Officer Douglas (James Giordano) - the shorter of the two cops who arrive at Ruth's apartment
Detective Dave Macklay (Brent Briscoe) - the main detective - the one who interrogates Hastings Constance Talbot (Jane Adams) - the CSI woman Police Chief Mike Boyd (Dep Kirkland) - the bald police chief outside Hastings' interrogation Detective Don Harrison (Bailey Chase) - the State Police Detective who arrives William Hastings (Matthew Lillard) - the school principal in jail Phyllis Hastings (Cornelia Guest) - his wife George Bautzer (Neil Dickson) - his lawyer
First Trooper (Travis Hammer) - the first cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident and throws up Second Trooper (Stephen Heath) - the second cop who arrives at Mr C's car accident
Warden Dwight Murphy (James Morrison) - the warden at the prison where Mr. C is held Inspector Randy Hollister (Karl Makinen) - the younger man accompanying the warden Prison Tech (Hank Harris) - works the security cameras at the prison Prison Guard (Mark Mahoney) - Mr C asks him for a meeting with the warden
TWIN PEAKS:
Dr. Lawrence Jacoby (Russ Tamblyn) Delivery Driver (Joseph M. Auger) - delivers the shovels
Nadine Hurley (Wendie Robie)
Sarah Palmer (Grace Zabriskie)
Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady) (Catherine E. Coulson)
Doc Will Hayward (Warren Frost)
Benjamin Horne (Richard Beymer) Jerry Horne (David Patrick Kelly) Richard Horne (Eamon Farren) - psychopath smoking in the Roadhouse
Carl Rodd (Harry Dean Stanton) - owner of the New Fat Trout Trailer Park Mickey (Jeremy Lindholm) - talks to Carl in the car Hit and Run Mom (Lisa Coronado) - her boy is run over by Richard Horne Hit and Run Boy (Hunter Sanchez) - run over by Richard Horne
Beverly Paige (Ashley Judd) - Ben Horne's new secretary Tom Paige (Hugh Dillon) - Beverly's sick husband Nurse (Judith Drake) - the nurse who cares for Tom
Sheriff Frank Truman (Robert Forster) - Harry Truman's brother Doris Truman (Candy Clark) - Frank's wife
Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill (Michael Horse) Deputy Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook) Deputy Jesse Holcomb (James Grixoni) - announces that Wally has arrived Deputy Chad Broxford (John Pirruccello) - the grumpy cop with the beard Maggie (Jodi Thelen) - switchboard operator in the back room
Man in Suit (Allen Galli) - the insurance man who leaves his card for Sheriff Truman
Andy Brennan (Harry Goaz) Lucy Brennan (Kimmy Robertson) Wally Brando (Michael Cera) - their son
Farmer (Edward 'Ted' Dowling) - Andy sets up a 4:30 meeting with him
Norma Jennings (Peggy Lipton) Toad (Marv Rosand) - cook at the Double R Heidi (Andrea Hays) - German waitress at the Double R
Miriam Sullivan (Sarah Jean Long) - talking to Heidi in the Double R Bing (Riley Lynch) - shouts "Has anybody seen Billy?" in the Double R
Shelly (Mädchen Amick) Renee (Jessica Szohr) - the friend sitting next to Shelly who James is looking at Hannah (Gia Carides) - Shelly's brunette friend who says "There's something wrong with that guy" Rebecca (Becky) Burnett (Amanda Seyfried) - Shelly's daughter Steven Burnett (Caleb Landry Jones) - Becky's husband
Mike Nelson (Gary Hershberger) - he doesn't like Steven Burnett's resumé
James Hurley (James Marshall) Freddie Sykes (Jake Wardle) - the young guy who enters the Roadhouse with James Red (Balthazar Getty) - he points his fingers at Shelly like a gun Jean-Michel Renault (Walter Olkewicz) - bartender who is presumably a relative of Jacques Renault
Frederico (Vincent Castellanos) - tells Richard Horne to stop smoking Charlotte (Grace Victoria Cox) - assaulted by Richard in the Roadhouse Elizabeth (Jane Levy) - Charlotte's friend who says "Leave her alone"
The Chromatics (Ruth Radelet, Adam Miller, Johnny Jewel, Nat Walker) - band playing in Part 2 The Cactus Blossoms (Jack Torrey, Page Burkum, Joel Paterson, Beau Sample, Alex Hall) - band playing in Part 3 Au Revoir Simone (Heather D'Angelo, Erika Forster, Annie Hart) - band playing in Part 4 Trouble (Riley Lynch, Sam Smith, Alex Zhang Hungtai, Dean Hurley) - band playing in Part 5 Sharon Van Etten (Sharon Van Etten, Carolyn Pennypacker Riggs, John Phillip Iron III, Zeke Hutchins) - band playing in Part 6
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An idea for a collaborative MGSV conclusion

This is a post I originally did under another username on Metal Gear Wiki, and someone suggested putting it up here. So here's my idea: Basically, it'd be called Metal Gear Solid V: Dispatches From Outer Heaven. A giant conclusion to V, made by a bunch of us working together to come up with a giant game plan and story line and such, detailing the events from the recovery of Sahelanthropus to Venom Snake's final defeated moments before heading off to fight Solid Snake in Outer Heaven. Also flashbacks, subplots, you name it. I'm thinking big, like Sergio Leone's original 10-hour cut of Once Upon A Time In America, but exponentially bigger. Who knows, we could even send it to Konami and see if they make it. Is anyone here interested? Oh, and I'm happy to be on this fine sub-reddit. Now for stuff I posted at the MG wiki.
Basically a bunch of changes and additions that could have been done, a subject that I'm sure makes everyone here just want to snap and kill Kojima or Konami for the game. So before I start, no acidic anything, please.
1) Major expansions to the story. The core is already there, but to use an analogy, it is a draft or a scriptment instead of a thousand page novel it could have been. The story could be put into as much as five chapters (so that it'd be "Revenge, Race, Peace, Pain, and something involving how blood and national feuds carry on to the next generation). They could have gone into Skulls Face's backstory a lot more, for example. And adding several additional missions for before Mission 51. And more exploration of themes, for example how low humans can sink in certain conditions. One element can be switching between Venom Snake and Big Boss on their separate stories.
2) Locations, a lot more and much more detailed. I got to thinking about this while playing the Uncharted series recently, like they have a lot more variety to their locations. And also these locations are much bigger in scale, like they actually feel like you're there. For example, a sequence set in a Colombian city has lots of people, like it's being used, instead of say the Mfinda oilfield in MGSV. Or even like in the old Mercenaries game for PS2, I don't know. There is a tiny sense of this in the hospital escape sequence. Here are some locations I'd add: A rail yard or two, a few whole cities and lcoations that are fully explorable. I'm going to probably go overboard here, but bear with me. Locations such as London, Tokyo, Moscow, Beijing, Pyongyang, Chicago, Baltimore, Barcelona, Beirut, Belfast, Boston, Copenhagen, Dallas, Washignton DC, Delhi, Detroit, Dublin, Haiti, Havana, Istanbul, Kignston, Las Vegas, Texas, Long Island, Los Angeles, Manila, Mexico City, Miami, Mumbai, New Orleans, Paris, Pittsburgh, Portland Oregon, Rome, Singapore, Stockholm, Tehran, tel Aviv, Trinidad, Rio de Janiero, Brussels, Addis Ababa, Baghdad, Bogota, Lagos, and Montevideo, Uruguay. And some other ideas too(plurals just to be safe): Hotels and motels, train stations, nightclubs, marketplaces, Indonesia, mangrove swamps, settlements, caves, mines, back alleys, research facilities, hydroelectric dams, crash sites, skyscrapers, trains, construction sites, lush forests, mills, R&D places, sewer systems, military forts, depots, refineries, tropical resorts, ship fleets, small town main streets, suburbs, farmland, churches, black markets, concrete walled checkpoints, slums, building ruins, subways, office buildings, schools, refugee camps, flooded areas, mountain ranges, Wyoming-like forests, universities, megastores, lakeside resort towns, snowy forests, highways and freeways, icy wastelands, desert expanses, prisons, mansions, amusement parks, Chernobyl, theaters and opera houses, tanker ships, ruined castles, casinos, island resorts, mental asylums, national parks, Cold War bunkers, Korean Demilitarized Zone, submarine bases, nuclear plants, savannas, jungle guerrilla camps, gulags, Cambodian-Vietnamese border, Sino-Vietnamese border regions, Guatamela (mountain forests and cities), Shining Path bases, Malaysia, Kashmir, Iran-Iraq border, Ethiopia, swamps, mountain peaks and lodges, American deserts, island bases, rain forests, the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego (it's a very nice hotel) and villages.
3) More characters, and those already there get much more personality and backstory. For example, characters such as the Spetznaz commander and the CFA executive would get names, and new characters could be some such as US agents outside of Cipher's controls, looking to continue the Cold War espionage status quo and take out both Diamond Dogs and XOF. More factions too, such as battling UNITA instead of just their private forces.
4) Missions. A lot more, and not the done-in-three-minutes ones that are in the game. Again, some inspiration from the Uncharted series and the hospital sequence (as well as some sequences in Code Talker and Metallic Archaea missions), as well as the first four Solid games. More variety, lot more connected to the story, and the lengths expanded, to almost the time for an MGS4 act for each. And get rid fo the ranking system at the end of each mission, it takes away from total strategic freedom in completing the missions. And more "set piece missions" like the REX usage in Guns of the Patriots. Some examples of missions and mission types to include: Firefights with XOF, infiltrating the middle of an open battlefield, sneaking through a hotel to avoid XOF scouts within, surviving a white phosphorus mortar strike (taken from Spec Ops The Line), more boss battles, psychological operations on a client's behalf, coverly helping Big Boss find materiel to build Outer Heaven, assassination missions, sabotage, recon, search and destroy, anti-air battles, using anti-air turrets for a long time (like in Jak II), stowing away on a C130 supply aaircraft, intel retrieval, street long firefights (two examples to come to mind Three Leaf Clover in GTA 4, and that Hue City mission in Call of Duty Black Ops), Lone Wolf and Cub-style sub-story of revenge (it's not what Kojima envisioned, but would be awesome to include), smuggling, torture missions, acquiring of field safe houses, COINTELPRO-like stuff, raids, hsotage rescue, hijacking and fighting on a moving train, convoy rail shooter, more detailed village capture, economic warfare, finding out about the CIA's Special Activities Division, covert action paramilitary operations, nuclear espionage, helping Amanda against the Contras, battling body-snatchers develoepd by the USA or USSR or someone, using a humanitarian organization to gather info on XOF, counterterror ops, interrogating XOF soldiers with methods such as waterboarding (as Ocelot), searching places where Cipher is experimenting on humans, terrorist attacks and methods (such as conventional, urban bombings, and unconventional, bioterror), wanton destruction, hostage taking, fighting a force engaged in genocide and rape, leading a massacre in a civilian building to take out several high-ranking Cipher officials (mirroring that of XOF in Cyprus), escorting an HVT through a trap-filled forest or city, sabotaging an ammunition depot, return too Camp Omega to steal files regarding Cipher's covert strike forces, escaping a Soviet bloc prison and then state secret police in the streets, escaping Kowloon Walled City from an XOF ambush, vigilante actions against crime lords and such (Batman or Punisher style, you pick), and rescuing a young Naomi and Frank Hunter.
5) Gameplay. Make it not so expensive to use stuff. Add new stealth modes.
6) Restore all the stuff that was cut from the game (list from NeoGaf): - "80's Filter": Removed for being system-intensive. - Camp Omega Special Mission (E3 2013 Trailer): Unused for unknown reasons. - P.T Active Decoy ("Lisa") (2014 TGS gameplay presentation): Presumably cut for relationship to the cancelled "Silent Hills" project. - Missing Delivery Point Invoices (missing locations?): Removed for unknown reasons. - Usable Battle Gear during free-roam (Piggyback Collector's Edition strategy guide): Removed for balance reasons. - "Burned/Skull Boss" Model (Kojima 2015 Launch Trailer): Unused for unknown reasons. - Africa Burning Village Cutscene (E3 2014 trailer): Removed for unknown reasons. - Africa Child Soldier Training Cutscene: Unused for unknown reasons. - TGS 2014 Africa Mission (TGS 2014 gameplay presentation) - Mission 46 Unused Dialogue (found in game files) - "Mission 51" Unused Mission (found on CE Blu-Ray disc) - Unused/unknown alternate costumes from the leaked script, including "Foxtrot". "Sandstorm", "Realtree", "Panther", "MGS3 Naked", "MGS3 Sneaking" and "MGS3 Tuxedo", along with buddy uniforms like "Horse_Parade" and "Horse_Western". Removed for unknown reasons.
And some more stuff I forgot to add to that list: Gameplay: Some mechanics that could've been in the game and improved from Peace Walker, and in general, such as the ability to lead a team of soldiers on stealth missions in the field, arena-like heavy combat, sneaking through a whole giant structure like in the first two Solid games, and even more CQC moves. More gadgets and tools that are automatically taken into the field, or not, such as a prototype grapple, charger, flashlight on the chest, upgradebale backpack, gas mask, first aid kits, and a Swiss Army Knife. Destructible environments, and a mechanic that shows the world around you degrading in relaton to destruction and resource farming you cause (for example, using missile launchers instead of tranq guns menas a forest area will be bombed out for a while). Bringing back lockers to hide bodies in. Bringing a sense of scale on top of the already large world, like say a Call of Duty game , or the Uncharted series, where it looks really big. Hiding in rafters, blind fire ability, other stuff. Lot more enemy types (based on things like Digimon, X-Mne legends, Jak and Ratchet series), but also more individual and unique personalities for them. "Demon Mode", a mode where a hallucinating Venom Snake is able to inflict much more damage on the environment and people around him, while taking on a bloodstained apearance similar to Demon Snake, and the environment looks like fire and hell on earth. Use of environmental hazards to take down enemies, such as windows about to burst in a storm, and bashing an enemy into a generator to kill them, and also ledge takedowns. Ability to pick up bricks and bottles for distraction or combat, and basball bats, pipes, crowbars, old boards, machetes, hatchets and swords for combat uses. More climbale walls and cliffs, alogn with building climbing and wire hanging. Play as Ocelot, and thinking of Mortal Kombat X where Troy Baker played Erron Black, a whole roster of playable characters available once you complete certain missions, each with a wholly different playign style to Snake (not like Mortal Kombat where everyone has the same health and button control scheme). Exponentially more options of how to complete a mission to make it "total strategic freedom". Bringing back health and stamina bars. And the ability to swim. More airstrike variety too. Ability to lure certain factions into the same area and have them fight it out. Mother Base's customization increased exponentially, and the ability to have to defend it rather than the FOBS in person. Get rid of the Extreme versions of missions, but since doen correctly they're kind of cool, make them into challenge mode kind of thing. Some original Subsistence missions, or something like surviving on limited supplies like in The Last of Us. Creatures like kaiju. "Skull mode" where Venom hallucinates himself as Skull Face, as a method of covering his own guilt at his actions.
Missions: Some possibles: Raiding a UNITA or MPLA camp to free child soldiers; assassinaitng a country's minister of something; huntnig down XOF and Cipher officials and hight value targets (for example an enforcer for Cipher who ensures. through blackmail or force, that a certain nation will secretly stay in Cipher's good graces); escorting a group of injured POWs deep in an enemy forest to an LZ due to losing your stash of Fulton devices; destroying jammers in a city area so an airstrike can be called in; clearing out a port in a war zone city for a client; escaping from a city in the midst of a serious riot; sabotaging guard towers and ICBM launchers ar a missile site; destroying a series of tunnel entrances; infiltrating a remote base where Cipher is developing new weapons of mass destruction and superguns; crossing through a trench line to sabotage soemthing; explore the Cyprus hospital once again to find some intel XOF did not know about before they realize it; infiltrate a nuclear reatcor complex; Venom heading out into the Afghan desert to find any sign of Quiet's remains, all while trying to hold in his pain at losing her; boss battle with a parasite-infected lizard that escaped from one of Skull Face's facilities;
Story: For one, lot of themes, such as gangsterism of big nations in history; the roles and purposes of nations; causes of wars such as greed and arrogance and revenge; the loss of original reasons for wars over time until they just exist; economic troubles; authoritarianism; drugs usage; the seeds of chanegs that contribute to the end of the Cold War; America's superpower status and moral self-righeousness (like in the original story plan); fatalism and nihilism at a world secretly controlled by forces and thugs beyond anyone's control; desperation of humanity to survive; the cusp of a much more techno world, as seen in the rest of the games set after this. Go more into the Metal Gear universe, its history, topics such as Skull Face's corruption and how Diamond Dogs helped shape world history. A lot more going into the themes of PAIN and RACE AND REVENGE, as well as how the first Big Boss becomes a giant prick, woven into the story structure. A lot of subplots to add to the main story, and I'll go hog wild here if I can with some ideas: 1)The return of the biological son of the original Bog Boss and a local prostitute from a brothel trip made by Jack and some of his friends before he shipped off to Korea, now intent on finding and meeting his father. 2) Diamond Dogs finds itself teaming up with a splinter group form Cipher, "the Purifiers", who believe in the original goal of Cipher but not the methods and what ever it's become nowm and a fragile alliance begins (and does eventually end). 3) Diamond Dogs goes up against another Cipher-controlled organization, this one much more like a covert mafia or corrupt multinational corporation, using blackmail, bribes, graft, threats, even hiring private military contractors in war zones who officially work for actors in the regions, but ultimately answer to the organization's economic and power interests (kind of like the RDA and mercs in Avatar). 4) A new mutation of the parasite emerges after the Shining Lights incident, which produces even more zombie-like effects, and the Dogs get into conflict with a rogue PF army that is looking to take it and use it themselves. 5) Flashbacks to such things as Kaz's flashbacks set before the game, in places like Grenada and Northern Ireland. 6) More confrontations with Skull Face, including sneaking into on of his bases, in the process learning a lot mroe about his earlier self. 7) Small short non-missions showing how Diamond Dogs and its obsession with destroying XOF and Cipher is having adverse consequences on members, their lives, etc.
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[Question] Fender Coronado (modern player) or Epiphone Sheraton 2 PRO

Anyone has any experience with either of these? I'm thinking of buying & I'm kind of stuck.
Fender Coronado (modern player)
Epiphone Sheraton 2 PRO
Edit: Thanks for all your opinions! I tried out both & ended up ordering the Epiphone Elitist "1965" Casino after playing it in the shop. Always try before you buy!
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If all the teams in the NCAA tournament were guitars

I'm doing this thing where I've seeded a bunch of classic guitars and I'm putting them head-to-head in a March Madness style tournament.
Here are my seeds. What do you guys think?

North Regional

  1. Fender Stratocaster ('54)
  2. Gibson SG Custom (’66)
  3. Gibson J-45 (’42)
  4. Gibson SJ-200 (’38)
  5. Rickenbacker 360/12VP 12-String (’61)
  6. Gretsch Country Club (’56)
  7. Fender Telecaster Thinline (’72)
  8. Danolectro DC ('66)
  9. Ibanez RG2620-CBL (’87)
  10. Bourgeois DS-260 (’97)
  11. Reverand Reeves Gabrels (’15)
  12. National Style O ('30)
  13. Parker Fly Deluxe (’92)
  14. Kay Value Leader (’61)
  15. Peavey Predator AX (’95)
  16. Ovation Melissa Etheridge Signature W597-MEII (’12)

East Regional

  1. Gibson ES-335 (’58)
  2. Fender Jaguar ('62)
  3. Martin D-28 ('34)
  4. Gibson Advanced Jumbo (’34)
  5. Gibson Firebird V (’65)
  6. Guild BM01 ('93)
  7. Gibson EDS-1275 (’62)
  8. Fender Coronado II Antigua (’66)
  9. Fender Squier Bullet ('85)
  10. G&L F-100 (’80)
  11. Blueridge BR-163 CE (’12)
  12. Pure Salem Tom Cat (’15)
  13. Dobro 1 (’35)
  14. Dean “Dimebag” Tribute ML (‘10)
  15. Harmony Rocket III (’62)
  16. Martin Backpacker (’92)

South Regional

  1. Fender Telecaster ('52)
  2. Fender Jazz Master (’58)
  3. Gibson L-O (’18)
  4. Gibson Explorer ('58)
  5. Martin D-18 (’20)
  6. Epiphone Casino (’65)
  7. Fender Mustang (’66)
  8. Gretsch 6121 Chet Atkins (’57)
  9. Fender Jag-Stang (’95)
  10. Jackson DK2 Dinky (’84)
  11. BC Rich Mockingbird ('76)
  12. Fano Alt de Facto GF6 (’15)
  13. Vox Phantom ('62)
  14. Yamaha FG73OS (’02)
  15. Mosrite Ventures II (’66)
  16. Baby Taylor (’10)

West Regional

  1. Gibson Les Paul Standard ('59)
  2. Rickenbacker 360 (’60)
  3. Gibson Melody Maker ('61)
  4. Gibson Flying V (’58)
  5. Fender Broadcaster (’50)
  6. Steinberger L-Series ('80)
  7. Gibson Blueshawk (’98)
  8. Taylor 710 CE (’95)
  9. Fender Toronado (’99)
  10. D'Angelico NYL-2 ('38)
  11. PRS Custom 24 (’85)
  12. PRS McCarty Hollowbody II (’95)
  13. Kramer Frankenstrat ('83)
  14. Silvertone 1448 Electric (’64)
  15. Airline Hutto Montgomery (’62)
  16. Peavey Raptor (’92)
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134 Guitars Stolen! Keep an eye out. Full list, including serial numbers.

The following 134 guitars and amps have been stolen from Fretted Americana in California. If you have any information about the crime, or if someone tries to sell you one of these instruments, please call (818) 222-4113:
Rating Year Make Model serial# Color
9.00 1974 Alembic Series 1 Stereo Bass Waylon Jennings - Jerry 74/73 Natural
9.50 2000 Andreas Fierce Shark 2000 1053 Burned Western Larch
9.50 1999 Breedlove Master Class Grand Concert C25 5975 King Koa
9.50 2001 Carvin Swallowtail AC375 by T. Breeze VerDant 65466 Hawaiian Curly Koa/Mahogany
8.50 2006 Clive Brown '54 Blackguard Telecaster 0472 Butterscotch Blond
9.50 1964 Danelectro Short Horn Standard Model 3022 Bronze over white vinyl
9.25 1966 Danelectro Convertible Model 5005 2126 Woodgrain over white vinyl
9.25 1963 Epiphone Broadway E252N 120765 Natural
9.25 1958 Epiphone Broadway E252 A 1497 Sunburst
8.25 1961 Epiphone Casino E230-T Oliveburst
9.25 1966 Epiphone Casino E230-TD 380003 Sparkling Burgundy Metallic
9.25 1959 Epiphone Century E422T A-2576 Sunburst
9.25 1966 Epiphone Coronet "Dwight" SB-533 Silver Fox 570326 Silver Fox (translucent green with
8.75 1961 Epiphone B4B Newport Bass 36335 Cherry
9.00 1965 Epiphone Olympic SB 722D 254592 Sunburst
2009 Fender Bassman 250 Type PR597 09004865
9.00 1969 Fender Champ A 17091 Black with silver face
9.00 1966 Fender Coronado ll 249762 Antigua
9.25 1967 Fender Coronado ll 199474 Cherry Red
9.25 1967 Fender Coronado ll 502538 Cherry Sunburst
9.25 1967 Fender Coronado ll 503025 Lake Placid Blue
8.75 1954 Fender Deluxe (Wide-Panel) Amp Model 5B3 6685 Tweed
9.50 1995 Fender Esquire "Snakehead" Prototype Prototype #1 White
9.50 1968 Fender Jaguar 229804 Candy Apple Red
9.25 1991 Fender '62 Re-Issue Stack-Knob, Slab-Board Jazz Bass V 057239 Olympic White
9.00 1962 Fender Electric Mandolin 01534 Sunburst Three-tone
9.00 1966 Fender Mustang 124581 Daphne Blue
9.25 1972 Fender Mustang 413063 Three-Tone Sunburst
9.00 1971 Fender Competition Mustang 305537 Competition Red with cream
9.25 1966 Fender Mustang 186854 Dakota Red
9.25 1966 Fender Mustang 186031 Dakota Red
9.50 2002 Fender Precision Bass 1968 Reissue (MIJ) P 098184 Blue Floral
9.50 1995 Fender Precision Bass (Fender Custom Shop for Dick CN401515 Chartreuse Sparkle
9.25 1978 Fender Precision Bass S 867926 Antigua
9.50 2005 Fender Stratocaster Custom Shop 1956 Relic R15743 See-Through Blond
9.50 2000 Fender Stratocaster (Hardtail) Fred Stuart 0777 Sunburst Two-tone
9.50 2002 Fender Squier, 20th Anniversary Stratocaster CY02027410 Olympic White
9.50 1992 Fender "Pearl Jam" Custom Shop Stratocaster V059055 Burgundy Mist
9.25 1972 Fender Stratocaster 354653 Olympic White
9.25 1973 Fender Stratocaster (Hardtail) 524290 Natural
9.50 1979 Fender Stratocaster S 937364 Antigua
9.00 1971 Fender Telecaster 300280 Blond
9.50 1999 Fender Telecaster (Nashville B Bender) N9413028 Candy Apple Red
9.00 1978 Fender Telecaster Deluxe S 807814 Antigua
9.00 1978 Fender Telecaster Custom S 816948 Antigua
9.25 1978 Fender Twin Reverb Amplifier A 970731 Silver face
9.00 1972 Fender Twin Reverb Amplifier A 431287 Silver face
9.50 1986 Fender (Japan) Telecaster Custom '62 A024818 Sunburst Three-tone
9.00 1934 Gibson L-Century (Century of Progress) 897 Sunburst
9.25 1940 Gibson Kalamazoo KGN-12 Flat Top - 14 fret neck 5132G 37 Natural with faux tortoise-shell
9.25 1940 Gibson Kalamazoo KGN-12 Flat Top - 14 fret neck 3220G 18 Natural with faux tortoise-shell
9.50 1982 Gibson Map Guitar 83582001 Natural Mahogany
8.75 1939 Gibson ES-150 CC (first variant) FGE 2208 Chocolate brown with golden
9.25 1962 Gibson ES-120T 50525 Teaburst
8.75 1956 Gibson ES-175N A 22487 Natural
9.25 1968 Gibson Firebird I "Non-Reverse" 947896 Sunburst
8.75 1935 Gibson L-10 Sunburst
9.00 1957 Gibson L-48 U 2745 33 Tobacco Sunburst
8.75 1960 Gibson Les Paul Junior 3/4 0 3492 Cherry
9.00 1963 Gibson Melody Maker 133536 Sunburst
9.00 1966 Gibson Melody Maker 900231 Pelham Blue with Mahogany Neck
9.00 1960 Gibson Melody Maker 0 7111 Sunburst
9.00 1967 Gibson Melody Maker D 320678 Sparkling Burgundy with Mahogany
9.00 1966 Gibson Melody Maker D 800362 Pelham Blue with Mahogany Neck
9.00 1952 Gibson Super 300 A 10160 Cremona brown
9.25 1964 Gretsch 6125 Anniversary Model 74580 Two-Tone Jaguar Tan and Ivory
9.25 1959 Gretsch 6125 Anniversary Model 31392 Two-Tone Smoke Green
9.25 1962 Gretsch 6117 Double Anniversary Model 50565 Sunburst
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6134 Black Penguin Solid Body (Japan) JT05129199 Black
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6121 Nashville Solid Body (Japan) JD05 011332 Western Orange
9.50 2005 Gretsch G 6120 SSLVO with two original 1960 JT05074509 Western orange
9.25 1961 Gretsch 6132 Corvette Solid Body 44859 Cherry
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6128TCG Duo Jet Solid Body (Japan) JD05 031630 Cadillac Green
9.00 1957 Gretsch 6161 Electromatic Dual Twin Amplifier X 72478 Two-Tone Gray
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6136 Black Falcon (Japan) JT05118317 Black
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6136 White Falcon (Japan) JT05118300 White
9.00 1957 Gretsch 6131 Jet Firebird 21146 Red Top with Black Back and Sides
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6121W Roundup Solid Body (Japan) JT05 010570 Orange
9.50 2006 Gretsch G6121W Roundup Solid Body (Japan) Orange
8.75 1957 Gretsch 6189 Streamliner 23689 Copper Mist with Bamboo Yellow
9.50 2005 Gretsch G6134 White Penguin Solid Body (Japan) JT05106964 White
9.25 1954 Guild MasterAmp 60 2022
9.50 2010 Henman Mod MOD-002XG Xenia Black Stain (glossy finish)
9.25 1974 Hofner 500/1 "Violin" Bar-Blade Pickup Bass Sunburst
9.25 1954 Hofner Model 463 Acoustic Archtop 27.9.54 Tan spruce with mahogany back
9.25 1958 Hofner Model 457/S/E2 Electro-Acoustic 714 Tobacco sunburst
9.00 1959 Hofner Club 60 Brunette (Selmer) 670 Sunburst
8.75 1960 Hofner 456/S/b Acoustic (fitted with Schaller pickup) 2531 Natural
9.00 1969 Hofner 457/S n/a Sunburst
9.25 1983 Ibanez (Japan) AM-205 Stagemaster I 830130 Burl Mahogany
9.25 1978 Ibanez (Japan) Bob Weir Professional Model 2681NT D 787913 Natural
9.50 1997 Jackson Roswell Randy Rhoads Aircraft Aluminium Guitar RSW 106 Aluminium
9.50 2005 James Trussart Steelcaster - Holey Back - Rusty Steel 05 098 Rust
9.50 2006 James Trussart Steeltop Antique Silver Chinese Dragon 0317 Mahogany/Brushed Silver
9.50 2006 James Trussart Steeltop Antique Silver Chinese Dragon 06 215 Mahogany/Brushed Silver
9.50 2006 James Trussart Antique Silver Chinese Dragon 06 211 Mahogany
9.50 2010 James Trussart Holey-Steelcaster Rastafari Colors 'Ziggy Marley' 10 245 Three-Tone 'Ganja' (Yellow, Green &
9.50 2007 Lentz HSL Buddy Whittington Model Lentz/DB Fiesta Red
9.25 2002 Lentz "T" Style Signed '52 Blackguard "Lentz 7/29/02" Blond
9.25 1987 Marshall JCM 25/50 Silver Jubilee Model 2554 12" 02908 Silver Vinyl
9.25 1989 Marshall 4001 Studio 15, 15W 1 x 12" combo X10780 Black Tolex
9.50 2009 Martin D-28 Museum Edition 1941 Guitar & Case 1350038 Mahogany Mesa/Boogie Combo Mk 1
9.00 1973 Mosrite 350 Mono Bass AB 0072 Semi-transparent Wine Red
9.25 1967 Mosrite Melobar Nine String 055 Sunburst Three-tone
9.00 1966 Mosrite Joe Maphis Mark 1 D 381 Natural
9.50 1967 Mosrite Combo Mark 1 H 1147 Translucent red
9.00 1976 Mosrite Bi-Centennial Archtop (Stereo) Natural
9.50 1965 Mosrite The Ventures Mark 1 Double-Neck 6/12 String 2J 309 Sunburst Three-tone
9.25 1986 Mosrite Joe Maphis Double Six string+Octave Guitar PRO 001 Sunburst Two-tone
9.00 1965 Mosrite Joe Maphis Model Double-Neck 6/12 String 2J 359 Natural
9.25 1987 Mosrite The Ventures Model (Hard-Tail) 1X Storm Gray
9.25 1970 Mosrite The Ventures ll Red
9.50 1983 Mosrite The Ventures (Triple-Bound Body Re-Issue) 64010 Sunburst Three-tone
9.50 1961 National Glenwood 95 'Map' T 68492 Vermillion Red
9.25 1975 Ovation Deacon 12-String 1253 E 10290 Mahogany burst
9.50 1997 Paul Reed Smith Artist Series lll (Amber Flame Top) 7 33461 #295 Violin Amber
9.50 1999 Paul Reed Smith McCarty HollowBody Turquoise Maple 10 Top 9 42311 Turquoise with Translucent Sides
9.25 1987 Paul Reed Smith PRS Standard 7 2412 Dark Blue Metallic
9.00 1957 Rickenbacker Model 1000 C150-18 (3/4 size) V 7107 Jet Black
9.00 1966 Rickenbacker 330/12 (two pickups, no vibrato) FL 4231 Mapleglo (Natural)
9.00 1954 Silvertone 1359 Standard "Peanut" Style Body / Coke XXXX Tan and Ginger Simulated Leather
10.00 Tone Americana EVIL*ROBOT 18/30 Watt Head CLASSIC Vintage brown
10.00 Tone Americana EVIL ROBOT Extension 2 x 12 Cabinet CLASSIC Vintage Brown
10.00 Tone Americana EVIL*ROBOT 2/5/18/30 watt Combo CLASSIC Vintage brown
10.00 Tone Americana EVIL*ROBOT 2/5/18/30 watt Combo CLASSIC Vintage brown 1995 Trace Elliot V-Type V8 400 Head + 2 x 15 500W Bass
9.00 1964 Vox Kent 543877 Red
9.00 1966 Vox Phantom Xll Stereo 300380 Black
9.00 1965 Vox Mark Vl 'Teardrop' (V222) no serial # England White
9.25 1966 Vox Bulldog 267110 Sunburst Three-tone
9.50 2013 Yamaha (Japan) Phil X SG1801PX H1Y506E Piano White
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