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Hello, so I run these 2 Fantasy Booking Shows(I made up my own company and had a draft with others and we compete to see who has the best show) right now it is just in fantasybooking but I might be getting TEW2020 soon and if I do I plan on copying it into there(to see the ratings that the shows get) but I want to hear your opinions on my PPV Names for both companies. Okay, so my first brand runs one weekly show along with (about) one PPV a month so here is that comapnies PPV names... Astro Attack(January) Battle for the Belts(February) Bash for the Cash(March) Rodeo Royal(April) (Royal Rumble Equivalent) Pirate's Plunder(May) PRIDE(June) (MITB Equivalent) (3 Days) Stampede Across the World(July) (5 Days) (WrestleMania/Wrestle Kingdom Equivalent) Hurricane Harbor(August) Jungle Jamboree(September) Wrestle-Fest(October) (3 Days) (SummerSlam Equivalent) Halloween Hit-List(Halloween) (Smaller) (October) Mayflower Massacre(November) (2 Days) Holiday Palooza(December) (Holiday Season) (3 Days) My second company runs similar to NJPW where instead of having a weekly show, there is a new PPV/Event every week(and sometimes more than once a week) so this is the names of those PPVs/Events... Okay, so the names are... Neo New Year(New Year's Day Special) Destined Descent(January) Crash in China-Town(Chinese New Year Special) Rocky Mountain Rising(January) Golden Glory(February) Love & Lust(Valentine's Day Special) Capital Combat(Presidents Day Special) Cyber Kingdom(February) International Invasion(March) Dynamite Disaster(March) Luck of the Irish(St. Patricks Day Special) March Madness(Basketball/March Madness themed) Neon Nitro(April) Paridise Palace(April) Planetary Collision(Earth Day Special) Undead Rising(Cinco De Mayo Special) Deadly Derby(May/Similar to the G1 Climax) Spring Supercard(May) Smokin' Souls(May) High Stakes(June/Casino Themed) Pride(Pride Month Special) Turbo Turmoil(June) Chaos in Calgary(June) Code Canada(Canada Day Special) American Agony(July 4th Special) The Maple Leaf Extravaganza(July/My WrestleMania/Wrestle Kingdom) Fallout(July) Agents of Anarchy(July) Hardcore Heat(August) Mayhem Massacre(August) Beach Blast(August) Golden Cup(August/Similar to New Japan Cup) School is in Session(SeptembeSchool Themed) Rushed Reunion(September) Broken Conquest(September) Championship City(September) Freedom Fight(October) Heroes of the Harvest(Canadian Thanksgiving) Rage in the Cage(October) Major Meltdown(October) Haunted Halloween(October) Mortal Miracle(November) Pricey Promise(November) Pilgrim Plumage(American Thanksgiving) Redemption for the Rebels(November) Locked & Loaded(December) Epic Impact(December) Blood Blast(December) Hanukkah Havoc(December) Christmas Clash(Christmas) Eve of Destruction(New Year's Eve) Thoughts? Also if you have any name suggestions or think I should change one please let me know
Hey, so I have 2 "wrestling companies" that I fantasy book and I was wanting your guys feedback on these PPV names. There are a lot of PPV's because each company runs like NJPW where there is a new event every week rather than a weekly show The First Company New Beginnings(New Year's Day) Super Cup(January) (Similar to the New Japan Cup) Astro Attack(January) Reckless Rampage(January) SuperBowl Supercard(American Football/Super Bowl-themed) Vicious Valentines(Valentines Day) Battle for the Belts(February) Nitro Night(February) Savage Showdown(March) Bash for the Cash(March) Gravity Genisis(March) Easter Extremes(Easter Special) Rodeo Royale(April) (Similar to Royal Rumble) Symphony of Destruction(April) Destruction at Disney World(April/Disney Themed) Warzone(April) Sin City Showdown(May/Casino Night themed) Armored Assualt(May) Revolution(May) Starcade(May) Pirates Plunder(May/Pirate Themed) Survival of the Fittest(June) Code Red(June) Deadly Combat(June) Pride(June) (Similar to MITB) Canadian Crashdown(Canada Day) Fight by the Fireworks(July 4th) Stampede Across the Wolrd(July) (Similar to WrestleMania/Wrestle Kingdom) World Cup of Wrestling(July) (Similar to G1 Climax) Fight for the Fallen(July) (Tribute to the Troops) Brawl at the Beach(August) (Beach themed) Paridise Palace(August) Showdown in the Sand(August) (Beach Themed) Hurricane Harbor(August) (Waterpark/Water Themed) Overload the System(September) Hittin' the Books(September) (School Themed) Road to Glory(September) Jungle Jamboree(September) (Rainforest Themed) Fall Brawl(October) Wrestle-Fest(Canadian Thanksgiving) (Big PPV/Similar to WWE's Big 5) Blood Bash(October) Halloween Hit List(Halloween) Clash at the Capitol(American Election Day) (Gov't Themed) November to Remember(November) Toxic Meltdown(November) Mayflower Massacre(American Thanksgiving) SnowSlam(December) Danger Zone(December) Deadly Disaster(December) Holiday Palooza(December Holidays) (Similar to WWE's Big 5) (Winter Holidays Themed) Final Countdown(New Year's Eve) The Second Company Neo New Year(New Year's Day Special) Destined Descent(January) Crash in China-Town(Chinese New Year Special) Rocky Mountain Rising(January) Golden Glory(February) Love & Lust(Valentine's Day Special) Capital Combat(Presidents Day Special) Cyber Kingdom(February) International Invasion(March) Dynamite Disaster(March) Luck of the Irish(St. Patricks Day Special) March Madness(Basketball/March Madness themed) Neon Nitro(April) Paridise Palace(April) Planetary Collision(Earth Day Special) Undead Rising(Cinco De Mayo Special) Deadly Derby(May/Similar to the G1 Climax) Spring Supercard(May) Smokin' Souls(May) High Stakes(June/Casino Themed) Pride(Pride Month Special) Turbo Turmoil(June) Chaos in Calgary(June) Code Canada(Canada Day Special) American Agony(July 4th Special) The Maple Leaf Extravaganza(July/My WrestleMania/Wrestle Kingdom) Fallout(July) Agents of Anarchy(July) Hardcore Heat(August) Mayhem Massacre(August) Beach Blast(August) Golden Cup(August/Similar to New Japan Cup) School is in Session(SeptembeSchool Themed) Rushed Reunion(September) Broken Conquest(September) Championship City(September) Freedom Fight(October) Heroes of the Harvest(Canadian Thanksgiving) Rage in the Cage(October) Major Meltdown(October) Haunted Halloween(October) Mortal Miracle(November) Pricey Promise(November) Pilgrim Plumage(American Thanksgiving) Redemption for the Rebels(November) Locked & Loaded(December) Epic Impact(December) Blood Blast(December) Hanukkah Havoc(December) Christmas Clash(Christmas) Eve of Destruction(New Year's Eve) Let me know any thoughts or suggestions on these
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So I combed through the list looking at tour schedules for everybody and marking down when they were playing in the greater Bay Area and what their other tour dates were around OSL. All of that is listed below, but doesn't include musical artists that were suggested by other users but were not playing any of the other tracked festivals. While the official prediction game is over, feel free to make further predictions in this thread, armed with the tour knowledge listed. Possibilities: Headliners: Adele (no upcoming dates, rumored that she'll never tour again) Billy Joel (no dates between August 8th in Denver and August 26th in Baltimore) Bjork (no dates after May 6th-June 1st multimedia show residency in NY) Bruce Springsteen (no upcoming dates and stated on Twitter that there would be no 2019 tour) Cher (no dates between May 30th in Vancouver and August 21st in Vegas that is part of her Vegas residency) Childish Gambino (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Coldplay (no upcoming dates) Daft Punk (no upcoming dates) Depeche Mode (no dates after March 29th in Spain) Diana Ross (no dates after July 22nd in Colorado, has Vegas residency in June) Drake (no dates after April 26th in the Netherlands, no U.S. dates) Eagles (no dates after July 8th in Ireland, no U.S. dates) Eminem (no upcoming dates) Eric Clapton (no dates after June 10th in Germany, no U.S. dates) Foo Fighters (no dates between June 29th in Sweden and August 13th in Hungary) Frank Ocean (no upcoming dates) Green Day (no upcoming dates) Guns N Roses (no upcoming dates) Gwen Stefani (only Vegas residency dates with break between July 26th and October 11th) Jay-Z (no dates other than Woodstock 50 weekend after OSL) Kanye West (no upcoming dates) Kendrick Lamar (no dates after April 7th in Chile, no U.S. dates) Kids See Ghosts (no upcoming dates, but tour rumored) Lady Gaga (only Vegas residency dates with break between June 15th and October 17th) Madonna (no upcoming dates) Maroon 5 (no dates between June 11th in France and August 31st in Curacao, no U.S. dates) Miley Cyrus (no dates between June 30th in UK and August 16th at Woodstock 50) Missy Elliott (no dates after July 5th in New Orleans) Nicki Minaj (no dates after June 21st in L.A.) Pearl Jam (no dates between July 6th in UK and September 28th in Dana Point, CA) Phish (no dates between July 14th in Wisconsin and August 30th in Colorado) Red Hot Chili Peppers (no dates before August 16th in Japan) Robert Plant (no dates after July 2nd in Norway, no U.S dates) Rod Stewart (no dates between July 13th in UK and Vegas residency beginning September 18th) Roger Waters (no upcoming shows) Sting (no dates between August 1st in France and August 23rd in Illinois) The Strokes (no dates between July 21st in France and September 27th in Dana Point, CA) Tool (no dates after July 2nd in Portugal) Travis Scott (no dates after July 13th in Switzerland) Twenty One Pilots (no dates between July 21st in France and August 13th in Hungary) U2 (no upcoming shows and Bono said cryptic message at last 2018 show that they were "going away now") 7 Tracked Festivals: King Princess (plays Fillmore April 22, no dates listed past July 28th in Detroit) 4 Tracked Festivals: Chelsea Cutler (plays Fillmore March 22, no dates listed past April 3rd) Clairo (plays Pitchfork in Chicago July 21st then Reading UK festival August 23rd) Denzel Curry (plays Bill Graham Civic opening for Billie Eilish on May 29th, plays Seattle on July 19th then August 16th in Netherlands) Easy Life (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Playboi Carti (no dates after June 1st in NY) Sheck Wes (playing in Montreal on August 9th or 10th) 3 Tracked Festivals 070 Shake (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) The Band Camino (plays July 14th in Kentucky then September 7th in Tennessee) Bazzi (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Bob Moses (plays July 13th in Portugal then August 17th in Utah) Brockhampton (plays July 14th in Netherlands then August 17th in Japan) Caamp (no dates after August 2nd in Portland) Dennis Lloyd (plays Great American Music Hall on April 11th, no dates after June 30th in Switzerland) Gucci Mane (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Hippo Campus (no dates after August 2nd in Iowa) Hop Along (plays The Independent on April 18-19, no dates after July 12 in Kentucky) Hozier (no dates after April 14th in Spokane) Kacey Musgraves (plays August 2nd in Iowa then August 24th in Paso Robles, CA) Ravyn Lenae (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Shame (plays The New Parish in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after July 14th in Finland) Taylor Bennett (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Two Feet (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Unknown Mortal Orchestra (plays the Greek Theatre on April 19th, no dates past July 26th in Japan) Walk the Moon (no dates past June 23rd in Delaware) 2 Tracked Festivals: Alison Wonderland (plays July 21st in Paris then August 15th in Austria) Blood Orange (no dates after June 3rd in Maryland) Calpurnia (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky Castlecomer (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Cautious Clay (no dates after June 15th in Norway) Crooked Colours (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Diplo (plays August 1st in Minnesota then August 23rd in Netherlands) Ella Mai (plays The Fox in Oakland on April 23rd, no dates after May 22nd in Tennessee) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Flora Cash (plays August Hall in SF on May 22nd as opening act, no dates after June 21st in Michigan) Flipp Dinero (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) Gesaffelstein (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Gorgon City (plays the Regency Ballroom on April 17th, no dates after July 27th in UK) Gunna (plays the Fillmore on April 7th as opening act, no dates after July 15th in Croatia The Interrupters (plays the Regency Ballroom on March 14th, no dates after June 30th in Spain) J.I.D. (no shows after July 28th in Michigan) Jpegmafia (plays the Warfield on March 28th as opening act, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Judah and the Lion (plays July 26th in Germany, August 10th in Missouri, and August 13th in Colorado) Khalid (plays July 6th in Canada then September 7th in Germany) Kid Cudi (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Kygo (no dates after July 9th in Canada) Lauren Daigle (plays July 31st in Michigan then August 10th in Portland and August 11th in Vancouver) Let's Eat Grandma (plays the Chapel on April 18th, plays August 8th in Italy then August 29th in UK) Lil Mosey (no dates after May 24th in Vegas) Lil Wayne (no dates after June 21st in Los Angeles) The Lumineers (play July 29th in Denmark then September 21st in New Jersey) Mansionair (no dates after June 27th in MIchigan) Medasin (play July 19 in Washington then September 12th in Colorado) Mura Masa (play June 9th in UK then August 22nd in UK) Nghtmre (no dates after July 21st in Germany) Nora en Pure (no dates after July 14th in Germany) The Nude Party (play the Great American Music Hall on April 25th, no dates after May 10th in UK) The Record Company (play the Ace of Spades in Sacramento on June 5th, play July 14th in Massachusetts then August 17th in Montana) Ric Wilson (no dates after July 21st in Chicago) Ripe (play July 14th in Massachusetts then September 21st in New Jersey) Rubblebucket (play the Cornerstone in Berkeley on March 28th, no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Sales (no dates after April 27 at August Hall in SF) Shaed (play March 15th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after June 29th in Denver) Snakehips (no dates after July 14th in NY) Soccer Mommy (plays the Great American Music Hall on April 17th and 18th and Bill Graham Civic as opener on October 1st, play July 21st in Chicago then September 25th in Canada) Still Woozy (play the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, no dates after July 21st in Washington) Sunflower Bean (play July 26-28 in UK then August 11th in Toronto) Tank and the Bangas (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Tobi Lou (no dates after June 2nd in NY) Tyla Yaweh (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Tyler the Creator (no dates after June 21st in Delaware) U.S. Girls (no dates after July 14th in Canada) Wallows (play the Fillmore on April 26th and 27th, no dates after July 28th in Detroit) Yellow Days (play July 27th in Michigan then August 14-17 in Portugal) Zhu (play Shambhala Music Fest in British Columbia same weekend as OSL) 1 Tracked Festival: 10K.Caash (no dates after May 12 in Florida) 12th Planet (play March 16th at Regency Ballroom, no dates after March 30th in Arizona) 21 Savage (no dates after May 4th in Kansas) 3lau (play March 15th at Pure Nightclub in Sunnyvale, no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) 4B (play March 30th at Bill Graham Civic as opener, no dates after July 21st in Germany) 88Glam (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (play April 4th at The Fillmore, no dates after April 11th in Massachusetts) Aaron Aye (no dates after May 31st in NY) Adia Victoria (no dates between May 26th in Massachusetts and September 21st in Tennessee) Agoria (play Dreambeach Festival in Spain August 7th to 11th, but unclear what day he may be playing on) All Them Witches (no dates after June 22nd in Switzerland) Amber Mark (no dates after July 19th in Chicago) Ame (no dates after July 21st in Spain) Andrew McMahon (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland, no dates after June 22 in Delaware) Anna Lunoe (no shows after July 19th in Indonesia) Anoushka Shankar (no shows after June 14th in Tennessee) Aphex Twin (no shows between April 21st at Coachella and August 25th in Paris) Arkells (play March 27th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in UK) The Artisanals (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Asian Doll (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Awolnation (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) BabyG (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Baby Goth (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bakar (no dates after May 4th in UK) Bassnectar (no dates after July 20th in Pennsylvania) Bblasian (no dates after July 13th in Kentucky) Beach Fossils (no dates after May 3rd in Arizona) Beach House (playing Bellwether Festival in Ohio on August 9th or 10th) Beau Young Prince (play March 22nd at The Warfield as opener, no dates after March 23rd in Hollywood) Bebe Rexha (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Bendigo Fletcher (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Big Baby Scumbag (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Big Red Machine (no dates after June 2nd in Spain) Big Wild (no dates after July 21st in Washington) Blaatina (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Blac Youngsta (no dates after May 24th in Maryland) BlackPink (no dates between May 28th in Spain and August 16th in Japan) Blond:ish (no dates after July 7th in Belgium) Bloodpop (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Blueface (play March 19th at Warfield as Opener and June 28th at Ace of Spades in Sacramento, no dates after that) Boa (no dates after April 20th in Indiana) Bombino (play March 27th at the Independent, no dates after June 23rd at San Luis Obispo) Bones (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Boy Pablo (no dates between July 10th in Norway and August 12th in France) Brianna Perry (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Bruno Mali (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Bryce Vine (no dates after 19th in Alabama) Buddy (play March 23rd at Harlow's in Sacramento, no dates after July 13th in UK) Bumpin Uglies (play April 27th at Bottom of the Hill in SF, play Freakstomp Festival in Ohio same weekend as OSL, but not sure which day) Burna Boy (play April 17th at Slim's, no dates after August 4th in Portugal) Calypso Rose (no dates after July 13th in Slovakia) CamelPhat (no dates between July 5th in Croatia and August 22nd in UK) Car Seat Headrest (no dates between July 3rd in Nebraska and August 11th in L.A. as opener) Carly Johnson (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) Caroline Rose (no dates between August 9th in Ohio and August 15th in Colorado) Catfish and the Bottlemen (play March 23rd at Fox in Oakland, no dates between August 3rd in Ireland and August 12th in Hungary) Charli XCX (no dates between July 21st in Chicago and August 22nd in UK) Charlotte Gainsbourg (play April 15th at The Regency, no dates after July 26th in France) Cherry Glazerr (no dates after July 14th in Tennessee) Chief Keef (no dates after May 8th in North Carolina) Chief Pound (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Chon (no dates after May 4th in Georgia) Chris Lake (no dates after May 17th in North Carolina) CID (no dates after August 3rd in Calgary, Canada) Cirez D (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) City Girls (play March 19th at the Warfield as opener, no dates after July 14th in NY) City Morgue (no dates after May 10th in Miami) CloZee (no dates between August 3rd in Colorado and August 13th in Italy) Coca Vango (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Coi Leray (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Cola Boyy (play April 18th at Rickshaw Stop in SF between Coachella weekends, no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Comethazine (no dates between May 11th in Miami and August 23rd in UK) Craig Brown Band (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) CVBZ (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) D Savage (no dates after May 12th in Miami) DaniLeigh (no dates after July 14th in NY) Danny Towers (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Dashboard Confessional (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) Dave P (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Deafheaven (play March 16th at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates between June 14th in Tennessee and August 17th in Vegas) Deal Casino (play March 25th at Cornerstone in Berkeley, no dates after May 31st in NY) Death Cab for Cutie (no dates between July 27th in Japan and August 11th in L.A.) Deep Dish (no dates after May 25th in Greece) Dessa (play May 24th at Bottlerock, no dates after June 1st in Vegas) Deva Mahal (no dates between June 22nd in NY and August 25th in Virginia) Dillon Francis (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) DJ Mel (no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) DMX (play April 21st at UC Theater in Berkeley, no dates after July 27th in Long Beach) Dombresky (play March 22nd at 1015 Folsom in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Donna Missal (play March 26th at The Independent in SF, no dates after June 13th in Tennessee) The Doozers (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Dorfex Bos (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dr. Fresch (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Dragondeer (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Ducky (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Dusky (play April 13th at The Great Northern in SF, no dates after June 25th in Albania) dvsn (no dates after April 19th at Coachella) Ekali (no dates between July 20th in Pennsylvania and September 12th in Colorado) Elley Duhe (no dates after May 26th at Bottlerock) Emily King (no dates after May 5th in NY) Emo Nite (play March 30th at Rickshaw Stop in SF, no dates after July 26th in NY) Eprom (no dates after July 18th in Montreal) Eric Biddines (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Erin Rae (no dates between July 14th in Kentucky and September 27th in SoCal) Evan Giia (no dates after July 19th in Washington) Faye Webster (play April 5th at Cafe du Nord in SF, no dates after June 16th in Tennessee) Fendi P (no dates after May 12th in Miami) First Aid Kit (no dates after July 14th in Kentucky) FKJ (play April 10th-11th at The Warfield, no dates between July 12th in UK and August 16th in UK) Freddie Gibbs (play May 5th at Brick & Mortar in SF, no dates after July 21st in Chicago) The Frights (no dates after May 24th at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz) G Herbo (no dates after May 12th in Miami) The Garden (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) GASHI ( no dates after July 9th in Canada) Gat$ (no dates after May 12 in Miami) Gojira (play July 26th at Shoreline as opener), no dates between August 8th in Nebraska and August 11th in Illinois) Goldlink (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Go$h (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Goth Babe (no dates after July 28th in Michigan) Gramatik (no dates between August 3rd in Washington and September 7th in Germany) Grandson (play April 3rd at Slim's, no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Great Good Fine OK (no dates after June 1st in Ohio) Greta Van Fleet (no dates between July 13th in Spain and September 3rd in Australia) Grizfolk (play March 21st at Fox in Oakland as opener, no dates after March 24th in San Diego) Grlwood (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) Grownboitrap (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Guapdad 4000 (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Gucci Gang (no dates after April 21st at Coachella) Gus Dapperton (no dates after August 1st in Austria) Guster (no dates after May 26th in Boston) Guy Gerber (no dates after July 13th in UK) Half Alive (no dates between June 21st in Delaware and September 13th in L.A.) Heidi Lawden (no dates after August 3rd in UK) Hekler (no dates after July 9th in Ontario) H.E.R. (no dates after July 13th in UK) Highly Suspect (no dates after July 12th in Kentucky) The Him (no dates between May 19th in Alabama and August 17th in Austria) Hippie Sabotage (no dates after June 19th in Colorado) Hot Since 82 (no dates between May 27th in Michigan and August 17th in UK) Hundredth (no dates after June 29th in Netherlands) Hurray For the Riff Raff (no dates after April 27th in New Orleans) HYUKOH (no dates after July 14th in UK) Ibeyi (no dates after July 26th in France) Ice Billion Berg (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Iceage (play April 23rd at the New Parish, no dates after May 7th in Chicago Idris Elba (no dates after April 20th at Coachella) Iglooghost (no dates after May 31st in Spain) Ilovemakonnen (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Indigochildrick (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Israel Nash (no dates between July 13th in Kentucky and August 24th in New Hampshire) J Balvin (no dates between July 23rd in Spain and August 16th in Mexico) Jade Bird (play June 8th at Greek Theater as opener, no dates between August 4th in Iowa and August 23rd in UK) Jade Cicada (no dates after June 14th in Tennessee) Jaden Smith (no dates after April 28th in Virginia) Jambinai (no dates after June 8th in Portugal) Jan Blomqvist (no dates after July 13th in Germany) Javiera Mena (no dates after May 17th in Spain) Jauz (no dates between August 5th in Toronto and August 10th in Vegas and August 11th in Phoenix) Jaydayoungan (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Jeremy Zucker (no dates between June 1st in Cincinnati and August 22nd in UK) Jesse Royal (no dates after May 26th in Monterey) Jim James (no dates after July 7th in Quincy, CA) Jonas Blue (no dates between July 21st in France and August 24th in UK) Jony J (no dates after May 10th in Miami) Joywave (no dates after June 22nd in Delaware) Jukebox the Ghost (no dates after June 2nd in Ohio) Justin Jay (no dates after May 19th in Alabama) Kash Doll (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kevin Gates (no dates after July 31st in Virginia) The Kid Laroi (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kid Quill (no dates after June 30th in Michigan) Kid Trunks (no dates after May 31st in Belgium) Killumantii (no dates after May 11th in Miami) Killy (no dates after July 11th in Netherlands) Kilo Kish (play March 23rd at Regency Ballroom, no dates after May 26th in Boston) King Henry (no dates after June 23rd in Delaware) KirbLaGoop (no dates after May 11th in Miami) The Knocks (no dates after June 29th in Denver) Knower (no dates after June 27th in Michigan) Kodak Black (play March 23rd at The Warfield, no dates after May 11th in Miami) Kolsch (no dates between July 14th in Belgium and August 17th in Netherlands) Lancey Foux (no dates after May 12th in Miami) Las Cafeteras (no dates after August 3rd in L.A.) 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Wealth Formula Episode 195: Wealth Secret #1: Know, Like and Trust!
Catch the full episode: https://www.wealthformula.com/podcast/195-wealth-secret-1-know-like-and-trust/ Buck: Welcome back to the show everyone. Today my guest on Wealth Formula Podcast is my very good friend and partner Tim McLeary from Western Wealth Capital. Tim has been involved with the financial services in real estate industries for 25 years before joining Western Wealth Capital. His resume is extensive including oversight of more than a billion dollars in assets at TD Bank Financial Group and that was of course before our current run at Western Wealth. Now he is Vice President of Investor relations at Western Wealth Capital and he is obviously you know the face that many of you who have been an Investor Club already have seen and met in person if you've come to our meetups in Phoenix in Houston and of course he'll be in the next one as well. Tim, welcome to Wealth Formula Podcast man. Tim: Yeah thank you Buck. Buck: So you know obviously you know we've been talking within investor club and you know pretty much every day with regards to properties that we're looking at etc, but it's great to finally have you on the program to kind of you know expose everybody who's not necessarily part of the investor club to what you guys are doing. So everyone you know obviously people in the investor club already know at least you through the webinars. They may not have seen your pretty mug like you can on the video version here, but tell us a little bit about your past and you know how you ultimately ended up from you know these positions where more traditional financial market into multifamily real-estate. Tim: Well this is always a common theme and I've always worked in an environment dealing with or connecting with people and institutions anywhere from as you mentioned TD which is you know institutional money management business development leadership with the major chartered financial banks. So again the common denominator is the ability to connect with people and my last position from my last job you know I was pretty darn comfortable feet up you know not being challenged, golfing a couple times a week sometimes I would play these sound like their president real calm and actually wanna one of my good friends a gentleman I used to play a little hockey with in the past because that's what we do up here in the frozen tundra is play a lot of hockey, he was the CFO of actually a very large local developer and he had just joined this small little firm in Vancouver called Western Wealth Capital and at the time and I think this nuts he went from you know CFO of again one of the largest developers in Vancouver just real estate company called Western Wealth Capital and out of the blue he gave me a call and introduced me to the CEO of Western Wealth Capital, Janet LePage and that meeting I basically sat there and said I'll do whatever it takes to come and work with his organization. I just knew it was a rocket ship, she's an amazing lady and then I met David Steele the other co GP and that was two and a half years ago and I loved every day and I'm learning as we go as well too and it's been a phenomenal ride and I'm looking for the next 10 or 15 years. Buck: So you know obviously you're smart guy and you're heavily involved with day-to-day operations and yet God you know really your pulse on every part of this business so when you look at it from that perspective and you know what's going on in the economy etc, why multifamily real estate right now? Tim: Well you know multi family is kind of the darling play in that real estate asset class right now you know more and more people and groups are running to this asset class and there's you know a couple simple reasons you know one there's you know multifamily is a very low risk profile asset class you know you look at the stock market and the fluctuations you know I'm still a junkie I look three or four times a day to see what the Dow and Nasdaq are doing but they're basically up and down with the Dow and Nasdaq and you know the market that general market that really depends on I say it is moved from a fundamental market to an emotional driven market you know it depends on tweets from certain people then also you know market move one way or another you know where as you know multifamily is just it's boring it's a real boring asset class but again it's also something you can touch and feel it's not emotionally driven it's you know it's real property it's something you can touch and feel and then you know also plain and simple, people need a place to sleep and a multi-family provides that. You know there's a thousand people moving to Texas a day, they need somewhere to sleep and you know and this is the reason why we love Dallas and Houston you know there's more and more employers moving from the west coast you know to you know to these states such as Florida and Texas and Arizona and all those new new workers need to need a place to sleep and multifamily provides them affordable place to live you know it's very much workforce housing and that's what we look for. And then lastly cash flow I mean you have a low risk profile asset class and and then you're receiving a yield I mean it's basically the best of both worlds. Buck: Yeah I mean you know I think the the thing that you said that really resonates with me in general and I've said it on the show number times recently is that boring is good right, it's good boring is good this is and take it from a you know a serial entrepreneur type guy myself I mean I've chased enough shiny objects and what's always amazing to me through that period over the last decade is that through everything that has failed and that has gone well, one thing just keeps doing well it's boring but it's called multi-family real estate and that's been my experience you know. So again just advice to just general advice not financial advice don't stay away from something cuz it's boring. Don't go chasing things because you look bright and shiny they look exciting because weather exciting there's inherently more risk. Boring is good. But let's talk about the Western wealth capital because when you think about the Western Wealth Capital model you know it is quite opposite from some of the more boring ideas of when you think of REITs and stuff, it's actually pretty electric. I mean Ken McIlroy who we you know we had this meet up as you recall it was about a year ago in Phoenix Scottsdale and Ken was there and Ken was obviously has known Dave Steele for you know a very long time and they're friends you listen to what you know Dave had to say and he called it a quote money machine right, and that's pretty high praise from a guy like Ken you know and a lot of people trust can I trust Ken. So what exactly is it you know that makes this machine what it is? I mean it's annualized returns of 30 percent for investors through all divestments and you know the speed at which things are working. What is it that makes this different? What is this money machine? Tim: Well firstly I mean that super high praise from a guy like Ken I mean he's had massive success in this space and you know as you mentioned Dave Steel can go way back and that's huge praise from Ken and that was fantastic when he did say that. Our model you know is pretty simple you know what buck really what it comes down to his execution of her plan you know. I'm a big believer and you know you may have the best business plan on the planet the best digit whatever it is but if you can't execute guess what it's useless and you know our our system our process is repeatable scalable we execute on day one and that means day one of take over when we take over a property but before we take over a property you know we already know what color we're gonna paint the building, we know what the pool furniture is going in, we know what the monument sign is gonna look like, you know the Landscaping's been you know taken care of, the leasing office is basically going to be remodeled as well on day one you know we're putting fliers under the doors of the tenants and we're saying hey do you want an ensuite washer and dryer you know all the statistics that we read that that was the number one ask from tenants is an actual ensuite washer and dryer and it's mind-blowing to me that property owners out there that have pre plumbed washer and dryers but actually don't put watch her dryers and you know we simplistically threw a flyer on the door and said if you will it would like a in-suite washer and dryer you know for an extra forty or fifty dollars a month just to let us know we'll install it and on Tuesday you'll have a washer and dryer, the balance a month no charge but you know as of the next month you know there will be a forty or fifty dollar charge and you know what you got to look at is that the installation that washer and dryer for for you know four-year $50 a month based on a cap rate it works out to about an increase in equity on a per door basis of about ten thousand dollars. And again like you said it comes down just simple math and then you know we throw in our goal start renovations where you know we can turn a unit and about you know eight days at a cost of about 60 to 50 to turn that and you know if we're charging a hundred and twenty-five dollars for that goal style renovation you know based on a certain cap rate buck you again that per door you know equity in valuation has gone up by $30,000. So it really what it comes down to simplistically math and the ability execute and that's something that we're good at both. Buck: Yeah you know the way I think about it in and tell me we think of this analogy because you know, listen at the value add real estate is not a new concept you know there's a lot of opportunity for a long time, but to me what the difference when I look at it is that most value add operators and I'm talking about even you know a lot of well-known ones they're really operating at a boutique type level of business right, I mean they're sort of like the you know the if you look at in terms of restaurants they're the cafe around the corner run by the mom-and-pop and you know they've got an idea and they you know they run it well they get some good stuff going on they get nice ingredients but the reality is there they may not be infinitely they may not be running it quickly and as profitably as it can be. What's remarkable to me when I look at what you guys have put together there is you've got effectively a you know a McDonaldization right like a you've taken something, a substrate like apartment buildings you know 25-30 million dollar 70 million dollar apartment buildings and commoditized the turning of those in such a manner that it literally reminds me of a Mcdonald's type you know or you know some kind of industrial boom boom boom boom get it done kind of thing and whereas you might think well that's not gonna you know result in as good a product, the reality is the repetition the repeating the same thing over having the same type of you know operations over and over make you better and better and faster and that I just don't see anywhere else and I'm curious kind of what if that's the same you know what you see is the difference from others. Tim: Yeah we're constantly working on our processes and you know you said it's repeatable and scalable and you can call the McDonnells ism theory but you know that that's what drives us very much and again you know it does come down to execution as you mentioned you know there's a lot of syndicators out there that really say they're in our space or they’re in the value-add space you know but they really don't spend that equity they don't have that team in place that can actually execute and that's one thing that's different about Western Wealth Capital is you know Jan and Dave do spend the money we do have the right people in all of the asset locations that we are situated and and we're not happy with six out of ten you know we live in a world where ten out of ten makes make sense. Buck: The other part that I think is really different is speed right, because and again from from the standpoint of a guy who's interested in looking at things from you know mathematical way I mean I like equations I like things that have definitive you know ways of looking at things, the one thing that people don't usually think about is speed right. So you're going to do this at scale you're going to turn this you're gonna get so much you know increase in apartments and net operating income but if you can contract the amount of time it takes to get there you've effectively doubled your return and that presumably is a you know that that's why you're getting the kind of returns you are I mean don't you think that speed is probably the variable that is most unique? Tim: Very much so and how I look at that is you know we're a very conservative organization all of our models are they're cookie cutter we were big believers and under promising and over delivering you know Janet's math background she’s a computer scientist by trade exactly you know it's very math based you know we have a Wow program we had a while but 1.0 we now but while 2.0 but so what we're trying to do is just increase the speed of how you know how quick we execute and really what that comes down to Buck is you know for our investors is we're you know we're de-risking their investment from day one. We're increasing the value of that property so quickly that we are literally moving the cap rate from let's say by a five to six or six and a half because of the execution of our business plan. Buck: There's another part of that speed and you know that that that's really pertinent to investors and that is the idea of getting your money out of the deal we always talk about in terms of Western or in terms of the Wealth Formula you know mass times velocity times the leverage so velocity being like how quickly you get your money back out of a deal. One of the things I think is really interesting is the use of the supplemental loan program. Can you explain kind of how that works to people who don't know about it and you know some of the advantages of doing that. Tim: I mean just very high level you know when we buy a property and we're gonna use some round assumption numbers here but let's say we buy a building for twenty million dollars you know we're typically using agency debt, the lender will actually provide us with a loan you know 100 percent valuation of that property loan to cost and so let's say the full twenty million dollars however they will not you know of course fund us that full amount. Typically it ranges anywhere from you know based on our models sixty five to up to seventy two percent you know of that LTC. Then as we create that value in that property as we execute and at the speed that we do or you are you know we creating value quickly we can go back after twelve months to our lender and instead of doing a whole refinance package which typically is quite expensive we just go back and and have our lender revisit the financials and basically pull a supplementary, so again if that building goes from 20 million 25 million, they will release anywhere between 65 to 70, 72 percent of that additional five million dollars in equity that we've created what we do with that equity well we give it back to our investors. So our whole model is and we've again under-promise and over-deliver here but you know what we pro forma is to return 50 percent of the investors equity between a 24 to 36 month period and then another 25% so up to 75% between a 36 and 48 month period and then up to a hundred percent of their original equity back between a 48 and 60 month period. So they still retain their original percentage ownership in the building the same number of units, however as you just mentioned Buck what it does do is it puts money back into their pocket a lot quicker. They can in turn reinvest that into something else and you know again the velocity of their money is in the velocity returns. Buck: And that's really the key you know is that the cash out refi model is nothing new, but you usually don’t see it for about five years and then you get you know maybe you get a refi and hopefully you get your capital back out of the deal and you've got what we call infinite returns but what we're talking about here is really unique because I know you mentioned 24 to 36 months just looking over the history it looks like the average has been about 18 months where investors are getting about 50 percent of their capital back and then you know a year later whatever they're getting over the next year or two they're getting the rest of it back. By the way the model does not allow for a split until then so in other words the operators not getting paid you know and any part of the equity until a 100% of capital is returned. Well what that does is it allows you to take you know not wait for years but wait you know assuming it's 18 months 24 months whatever and if you get if you invested a hundred grand take 50 grand back and put it into something else now you've got an opportunity to make money in two places at the same time with the same capital and that's where the numbers really go off the hook right that is kind of the the thing and then as Tim mentioned it's also derisking. So tell us a little bit about like you know kind of your track record in terms of doing this kind of stuff. Tim: Well I mean I'll tell you a little story about one of our investors you know he started with us it's actually five years ago now we're six year old company but it took about a year of research for him to give us his his first dollar but so it's been about five years ago he started investing with us he spread $750,000 you know throughout a couple of deals he started coming in and you know we do the dip your toe in with a certain amount and then you know the investment level got a little bit larger and so his total investment you know with Western Wealth Capital was $750,000 and you know he's funny he comes to offer wine and cheeses and he basically said I'm not gonna give you any more money I'm done but I promise you this what I'm gonna do is every single penny that you give me I'm gonna reinvest it. So you know through all of our refis are just divestments dispositions which we've had 31 to date so every penny he's given back to us he's actually equity level and ownership of properties with us is just now under four million dollars five. Buck: So seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars total investment over like you know spread over several deals or the last five years is not worth about four million bucks. Tim: And he's just continuing to roll it yeah he's doing. Actually should I should ask him and I show the top the pin but he loves to talk probably I should take him on tour with me. Buck: I want to get him on the podcast. That comes out to roughly an eighty nine percent annualized return on capital. Well what's interesting to me is that with you know these kinds of returns people assume there's got to be a lot of risk right I mean how do you hit thirty percent annualized returns how's this guy get a nine percent annualized return, but in fact you know the two elements and you've alluded to this before that tend to theoretically make these opportunities even more stable than most offerings is that first you know you've obviously got a heavy capital expenditure budget because this whole thing is about turning you know really neglected properties into really high quality properties, if anybody's ever been on a Western wealth tour you'll see it's just amazing, but so it's a huge you know it's a it's a big investment up front that's raised from the capital from the equity. But one of the beautiful things about that is hey you're not you know we're not gonna just try to expect that we're gonna generate all this income from the property right and that creates this level of cash that's sitting up front. That is one thing that in my mind significantly de-risks the opportunities is that there's a huge capital stack sitting there waiting, but then there's also the other idea that where as we're driving equity into this and we're making a profit hopefully by driving cap rates up dynamically in real time, you're essentially creating you called it de-risking the property right I mean those are the two main elements, is that kind of how you see it in terms of mitigating risk? Tim: Yeah hundred percent I mean not only mitigating risk but also you know it comes to returns you know when we model a property and then when we send her a basically executive summary though you know we're not showing 30% returns and that's what we've actually achieved in our past, we've had 31 dispositions for an average hold period 29 months for an average return of 30 percent annualized so we're not showing that you know what we're basing our math typically is working out between 17 to 20 percent annualized returns based on the property very conservative based on how the performance exactly you know when we have a property with say 200 units we're not saying we're gonna execute our value add proposition on 80% 85% we're saying we may do sixty sixty-five percent. And that's where we come up with these 17 to 20s you know plus our refinance of 50, 75 and a hundred you know but again the whole goal Buck comes down to is again under-promise and over-deliver and as well as you can and under-promise and over-deliver but you better be able to execute and and the speed and again we're very good at we're obsessed actually that's the word we use we're obsessed with execution. Buck: That's pretty obvious. How big, because we talked about how this has been, this has been a lightning bolt of a business in terms of growth. How much how much property is under management now? Tim: We're just under 16 thousand units. Buck: And what does that come out to in dollars? I’m putting you on the spot but you move so quickly. Tim: So last year actually 2018 we purchased 16 buildings. In 2019 we purchased 19 buildings. Our goal this year is 24 you know however you know we do have you know different sources of that's gonna be a billion dollars we're nowhere well we're over 2.2 billion 2.2 billion. Buck: Okay so we've got all this good stuff going on and there's skeptics out there and for good reason that say well gosh you know what's you know what are you gonna do when the market changes I mean we talked about some of the things that you can do to de-risk that like you know you're decompressing your own cap rates by creating this dynamic you know driving of net operating income but what happens in that scenario and typically you know a cycle like that might last a couple years. If you have a situation where you decompress cap rate so and you you're certainly in a position to be safe because you got about a bunch of money in the bank you know you've driven up your income, but then what do you do then to to you know to try to maximize yield? Do you just you know hold on to the property and and wait for better days or what do you do? Tim: I guess the worst-case scenario is as you mentioned you sit in cash, again, we're a bit unique we don't have to borrow our capex we raise our capex so you know we'll sit on a lack of cash you know if required we can still continue implementing our value-added program because again you know in a crunch period of time try and get money from a bank or your agency you can't so all of a sudden syndicators just have to stop we raise that capex so we can keep going if we want but I mean worst case scenario is is we sit in cash flow you know but we also what we look at is in the markets that we deal is you know or where we have assets for the markets that we really like is you know we take a real look at the A type of properties existing or being built and you know we love buying buy a right you know a C or C plus type of building right beside an A because you know the individual is that you know that's paying 20 to 50 a month for an eight hundred square foot a type of property you know when that market does change you know are fifteen hundred and fifty dollar 1100 square but newly renovated unit plus completely upgraded and amenities is it gonna look fantastic and save that individual seven hundred dollars a month. So you know again it comes down to de risking and your investment and you know that's one of the aspects that we look at is that a type of property in the area but again worst-case scenario is yeah yeah we stuff it full only cash flow. Buck: So I mean just to be clear we're talking about C-C plus you know probably now what you guys call C me it's probably more C plus moving it up to like a B-Bplus in it you know like you're in a area or something like that is effectively the idea you know speaking of the markets though one of the things that I think is how you know when you right now I've been saying one of the most critical aspects of buying real estate right now is picking the markets because you know when times when things are hot and things are you know markets are flying that's when you get like these you know you get these tertiary markets that are people start chasing yield where in situations where you know if the market turns there's really no natural growth there, there's no not new industry there's not that I mean how much of that goes into market selection can you kind of talk about your process there? Tim: Yeah you nailed it Buck you know we're seeing a lot of other firms you know chasing yield, chasing returns, there's a lot of equity out there but there's also a lot of kind of startup syndicators trying to make a mark and so they're trying to chase returns and and what they don't see in what we see with we know over a hundred transactions maybe, they don't see the deal flow that we see you know we're seeing 22 to 30 deals in about twelve different cities a week but you know we see other firms you know buying in those first rate markets and that you know we'll never do that you know you know. So when the market does correct you know the place to such late such as you know Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix these these markets that are in your top five to ten type markets for economic growth when there is a correction, yeah they may correct a little bit however if you're buying in a market at right now is ranked number fifteen fifteen sixteen seventeen and it's there now just because it's kind of you know, when the market does turn guess what's gonna happen it's gonna go from fifteen sixteen to thirty thirty-one. You know our philosophy isn't you know we don't buy and cross your fingers and hope that the market goes up you know that is just not our value proposition again we're going to markets that are stable strong economic growth there's companies moving there and then basically it comes down to executing your model. Buck: Yeah and you know and I think that's an important thing. There is this constant sort of tension between finding yield but also staying within markets that have strong job growth and you know population growth. And so the nice thing about you know major markets you know you know Houston and Phoenix and some of these markets that are you know they're not New York and LA but on the other hand they're growing like gangbusters they at the end of the day even if you have a change in sort of the overall real estate market you have this this other opposing force which is the growth in population and that isn't gonna presumably that's not going to stop people are moving there for a reason. Tough economic times they're only gonna make them move there even more. Tim: Just a funny story Buck I was talking I was in Calgary last week which is a part of Canada, talking to a farmer last week and he explained this this way Tim he says I have a chicken and I want to make sure my chicken is laying eggs but in the long run I want to make sure my chicken’s safe at the end of the day. It's so simple and you're giggling but really that's what it comes down to. I want my eggs but I want to make sure you preserve my chicken and that's definitely Western Wealth Capital. Buck: Capital preservation. For a group that's plugging out those kinds of numbers capital preservation you know being part of the equation is a nice relief as well. So tell me what's the plan again for this year 2020 west from wealth capital? What Mark do we looking at? What's the goal? Tim: Well I you know we're currently in five markets I just discussed San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, second largest owner operator in Phoenix there's about twelve cities that know we followed very closely our goal for 2020 is to add two new cities so that means not you know not to have assets and five to have have them in seven you know the type of you know type of markets we're looking at is you know whether we're looking to Nevada so we're looking at Vegas we're looking at Denver of course at Denver Florida many centers and Florida as well to you know Washington, Washington State, Seattle, Portland, Nashville as well too. So you know we have a six member acquisition team and we always joke I'm not sure who lives in airports more of them or them or myself but we're kicking a lot of tires, but the goal is again here to be into you know two new cities we just don't move in a city unprepared we do a lot of homework we do a lot of back check. We don't you know we actually are before we move in a city we don't want to buy one building we're gonna go in and typically buy three buildings you don't you know we want to get you know we want to have a thousand fifteen hundred units. Buck: That's part of the exit plan too. I mean and and that's one of the things that I think is important to one of the reasons that you end up getting paid more for these is you're not selling when building at a time you're wrapping it up to like seven or eight buildings at a time and selling it at a premium to a big you know to a big institutional buyer. Tim: Yeah and for numbers we're probably looking at I gained one a month so probably twelve twelve deals this year so for on a deal full perspective so another ambitious ambitious goal first rate. Buck: I’m just curious one thing and I don't know how much you've actually looked into it but it's funny that you mentioned Vegas behind I brought that up too because I remember the economist that we had at our last meet of in the growth in in in you know just in people moving into Vegas is insane right, well the question is is it real this time right? Tim: It is you know you look at the the jobs I believe it you know not that long ago over sixty percent was you know in that hospitality sector I believe that's under forty percent now you know so that just shows that there is there's other types of opportunity now in Las Vegas and it's not solely dependent on the casinos and you know and again it's you know it's another state. Buck: It’s just one of those things where it's like what's the difference between living in you know in a climate wise say Las Vegas Nevada in Phoenix Arizona and people are in Phoenix is growing very quickly and then Vegas all of a sudden now they've got a you know they're gonna have a football team they have an NHL team it's starting to seem like a normal thing to live in Las Vegas. Tim: It's like anywhere Buck, it's any state or city you live in there's tremendous opportunity in great pockets I've I know a lot of people that live in Vegas and you know you joke the first question is about the strip and it's like any city you live in they all just kind of chuckle and say you know we may go this trip once a quarter you know it's like me going downtown for dinner with my family it's right you know it's the same concept. Buck: Well Timmy I don't want to keep you too long. It's been great to have you on the show and for those of you who want more of Tim you can read about them you know Western Wealth Capital website otherwise you can join Investor Club if you are an accredited investor and that's where Tim frequently does webinars for us. Tim again I want to thank you it's great to have you on the show finally. Tim: Thank You Buck, I really appreciate it. Thank you so much. Buck: We’ll be right back.
Is this a scam? Got a call saying I won a drawing at a home showing event, which I did enter, and this is my prize
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My weekend trip, buying a motorcycle in -40 degrees celcius and driving it back on a trailer for 14 hours.
It all started with looking at new bikes about 1 year ago... I wanted a z800... I wanted a z900, I wanted a versys... in the end I always thought the bike I wanted was lacking. Finally... I decided to go back to my dream bike. I upgraded my ninja 650r and went a step further. I noticed a very low price of 8000 dollars for a 2014 Ninja 1000 ABS about 1300 KM(850 miles~) away from where I live. I currently live in Manitoba(Winnipeg), the bike was in Alberta(Calgary). I made a phone call quite worried that this was too good to be true. I got a carfax for the bike... I asked a MILLION questions. The guy said in a thick accent that he was 65 and that the bike didn't have a scratch on it. It had 4000KM on the bike... I thought out so many ways of bringing that bike back... Do I drive i back in the spring? Do I drive there, pay the man then ship it via truck... I finally remembered that my Dad had a trailer. So, another piece of the puzzle fell into place. I called the guy up. Tried to get him to lower the price by about 200 dollars. The guy didn't budge... O well, can't blame me for trying. I tell him I'd be there in 2 weeks to cash out some investments. Finally, the money was in my account. I call up my dad who is retired and ask him "Want to drive to Calgary?", my dad is awesome btw, he doesn't ride but understands how important this hobby and lifestyle is to me. He agrees. I book a day off on Friday the 13th of January... We shovel out the trailer... we look up videos on how to tie down a motorcycle on a trailer. And the plan is in motion. The next day I wake up at 8:00am and get the trailer hooked up, we drive to the bank I get a certified cheque for 7700 and 300 dollars cash in case I can bargain. At 10:30, we leave, pass multiple cities and after 14 hours of driving/stopping, we get to a hotel in Calgary. We booked a hotel near a casino to see if I could "win" my bike with a 20 dollar bill (I work for a casino company... I know better)... But we're so dead tires we just go straight to bed as we know there's another long day ahead of us. We get there at about 1:00am. 7:30 am, we go meet the guy. This guy... is freaking awesome. He owns both a ninja 1000 and a R1. He's actually 65, selling them to get a cruiser Yamaha bike. I get to the bike, it's literally wrapped in 2 big bed sheets and covered by a motorcycle cover. I look at the bike, and can't notice a scratch... not even a bug on the radiator! He's cursing away at people trying to low ball him, says he'd burn the bike rather then to sell it for 100 dollars cheaper. We chat and chat, he gives me a "don't kill yourself" speech. I've never had more respect for a 65 year old guy. Not only that, he's a mechanic. Oh, I forget to add that he's throwing in genuine products... a tank bag, 2 spare windshield, the tarp, fender eliminator already installed. This is a no brainer, I buy the bike. This being the first time strapping a bike to a trailer not really designed for bikes... Were struggling but no worries. The guy helps us. To give you an idea about this guy... he asks if I'm cold... I reply no... and he goes to tell me that the bike is cold and that I should put 2 blankets on it! He gives me the blankets he had to wrap it. Anyways, we say our goodbyes and go on our way. Now, I made an error with strapping down the bike... I strapped it with the motorcycle cover and blankets to protect it from anything. Well the tarp ripped 1.5 hours into the ride. So we took it off. (See pictures) Left at 9 am and got home at 1:30 am. And here we are, I'm finally home and I've got this bike... this amazing bike I can't fucking drive. And I'm not counting down the days until spring. TLDR: Bought a 2014 ninja 1000 abs from a 65 year old guy and I have no regrets. I drove 14 hours away to pick up a bike without ever having strapped a bike before. I can't be happier and counting down the days until spring. Pictures!
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October 23, 1979 - Harry (53) and Mollie Schlesinger (54) were shot and killed in Austin, Texas (US). Harry and his wife Mollie ran a liquor store and had been preparing to close their shop for the night when an assailant(s) robbed the store and then shot the couple dead. Police later informed the victims’ family that serial killers Henry Lee Lucas and Ottis Toole confessed to the murders. However, some of the family doubted the validity of these claims due to some glaring inconsistencies in the case. The case is personal to one Reddit contributor Bamont because his grandmother was one of the victims of this horrible crime. What happened on that night? (UPDATE:) Some commenter's from the Unresolved Mysteries community offered their assistance in helping Bamont. In particular, Hotblueglue researched the case and found...
December 1, 1981 - Virginia Freeman (40) was found dead beaten with stab wounds and a broken neck in College Station, Texas (US). Virginia was a real estate agent and mother, who was also actively involved in giving back to her community. Virginia was on her way to dinner when she received a call from work about a man wanting to see a house in a secluded area. The man had a southern accent and said he was carrying a large amount of cash. Hoping to make a sale, Virginia left alone to meet the potential client and was never seen alive. What happened to Virginia? (UPDATE:) National Geographic Explorers were contacted and agreed...Who did this to Virginia?
March 14, 2015 - Cristie S. Codd (38) and Joseph "JT" Codd (45) disappeared from their home in Leicester, North Carolina (US). Cristie was a respected chef, who provided catering services to film crews. She was five months pregnant and had recently appeared in the 8th season of the reality show "Food Network Star." Her husband, JT, worked as a key grip in filmmaking. FYI, a key grip collaborates with the director of photography in productions and supervises all "grip (lighting and rigging) crews" (Wikipedia). The couple had hired their neighbor, Robert Jason Owens, as a contractor to do some work in their home. "Owens robbed, assaulted and threatened the couple with weapons before killing them." He would later admit to dismembering their bodies to conceal evidence (CBS News). Robert J. Owens is still a person of interest in the disappearance of Zebb Quinn (UPDATE:) Robert Owens has accepted a plea deal in the murders of JT Codd and Cristie, and...Will this provide any new information on Zebb?
March 17 - July 11, 2016 - Maryvale (Phoenix) Serial Shooter - "an unidentified serial killer who has been linked to nine separate shootings resulting in seven deaths and two injuries across Phoenix, Arizona (US) in 2016, mainly in the Maryvale neighborhood" (Wikipedia). The shooter's attacks seem to be random, and he targets people who are walking outside or standing/sitting by their homes or cars. Who is the killer? (UPDATE:) Person of interest identified in this... The post originally stated that the Phoenix Serial Shooter was arrested; however, at this time he had only been publically identified by law enforcement.Maryvale Serial Shooter
May 1, 1982 – Diana L. Munyon (16) disappeared from Fontana, California (US). Diana formerly lived in Mississippi but had left home at a young age and frequently hitchhiked with truckers. There isn’t very much information about her on the net; however… What happened to Diana?
May 26, 1982 - Yolanda Jean Maull (30) disappeared from Birmingham, Alabama (US). She was originally from Knoxville, Tennessee and had graduated from Knoxville College. Yolanda was in the middle of a divorce and had planned to be in court on the day she disappeared. On the morning she vanished, Yolanda spoke to her attorney and was never... What happened to Yolanda?
June 6, 1984 - Sherry L. Marler (12) disappeared from Greenville, Alabama (US). Sherry was a tomboy, who enjoyed farm life. She was last seen with her stepfather at a local First National Bank. Sherry had walked across the street alone to buy soda and never returned. There have been multiple sighting of Sherry with an older man... Never Posted
July 2, 1989 – Barbara Elizabeth Miller (30) disappeared from Milton, Pennsylvania (US). Barbara was a police informant, who had recently received anonymous threats before she went missing. She was last seen attending a wedding, and police believe she made it home safely from the wedding that day. Her live-in boyfriend reported her missing three days later… What happened to Barbara?
October 24, 1998 - Kristine Kupka (28) disappeared from Brooklyn, New York (US). Kristine was an honor student majoring in Philosophy at Baruch College in New York. Kristine was romantically linked to her former Chemistry instructor from school, Darshanand Persaud, who was recently married to another woman. Kristine was pregnant with his child, and Darshanand had not been supportive of her decision to keep the baby. Shortly before she vanished, Darshanand had a change of heart and Kristine was last seen with him... Where is Kristine?
December 7th, 2001 - Janine Vaughan (31) disappeared from Bathurst, New South Wales (Australia). Janine worked as a store manager and had a large group of friends. On the day she vanished, Janine took a cab to meet up with some friends at two different bar and grills. At some point in the night, she lost her purse with her phone and wallet. Janine didn't want to end the party on her bad luck. So while they were leaving the second establishment, she yelled something out to her friends about getting more drinks and then jumped into an unknown person's car before they could question her (Western Advocate). Janine has never...Discuss
February 23, 1999 - Shannon Clair LaBau (23) disappeared from Helena, Montana (US). Shannon was a father and a cook, who was close to his mother. On the day he vanished, he had planned to look into buying a car in the nearby city of Townsend. Shannon's friend picked him up that day and claims to have dropped him off later on the street in Helena that morning. Shannon has never been seen again. What happened to Shannon?
July 14, 2003 - Revell Jeeter (59) disappeared from McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania (US). Revell was a divorced father and an introvert, who preferred the company of his dog Bubba to most people. On the day he vanished, it appeared as though Revell had walked out of his home to do something but never returned. His wallet and cell phone were found inside, and his three cars were parked nearby. Revell's family and friends told law enforcement that he'd never leave his dog alone for an extended period. Police later found his ATV at a neighbor, Gregory Rouzer's, home. The neighbor had claimed he was fixing the... What happened to Revell?
July 5, 2007 - Monica Renee Bowie (34) disappeared from Atlanta, Georgia (US). Monica owned two different businesses and sometimes worked in accounting. Monica’s fiance was in prison on drug charges when she vanished. She was abducted from her apartment complex late at night. Witnesses heard her screams and then saw a maroon car drive off... Missing in Georgia
January 1, 2008 - Amy Fitzpatrick (15) is an Irish teen who disappeared from Riveria del Sol, Costa del Sol (Spain). Amy was last seen leaving a friend's home that night. She lived with her mother and stepfather, the latter who she despised. Amy's stepfather, Dave Mahon, had been accused and later convicted of stabbing her brother in an angry confrontation outside their home. What happened to Amy?
February 23, 2010 - Tameka Anderson (25) disappeared from Baton Rouge, Louisiana (US). Tameka was a working mom, who recently had received her income tax return. She had hoped to buy a car in a nearby community, so she withdrew all of her cash from the credit union and had an acquaintance pick her up from her home. She was never seen... Missing and Forgotten
June 2, 2011 - Siriyakorn “Bung” Siriboon (13) disappeared from Boronia, Victoria (Australia). Bung was last seen leaving her home to walk to school. Bung was born in Thailand, and police believe that her family there or someone else in the country can provide clues to her disappearance. Two years after she vanished, a man claimed he... Where is Siriyakorn?
April 2, 2016 – Sidney Taylor (35) and Krislyn Gibson (35) disappeared from Austin, Texas (US). Sidney and Krislyn had taken a road trip from Houston to Austin to attend a concert. The night before the show, the couple met up with one of Sidney’s friend and went to a night club. They were last seen in the early hours of the morning. Sidney’s car was later found abandoned in Houston… What happened to Sidney and Krislyn?
July 22, 2016 - Eric Pracht (25) disappeared from Lakewood, Colorado (US). Eric was a paramedic, who was planning to wed his fiancé. On the day he vanished, Eric was hosting a party at his home and got into some altercation with a guest. Eric decided to cool down by leaving his condo and taking a walk alone and barefoot at midnight. He was never... What happened to Eric?
UNRESOLVED (& UNUSUAL) DEATHS
June 25, 1968 - Robinson Family Murders (Good Hart murders) - This was the mass murder of a family who was shot and killed in their vacation cottage in Good Hart, Michigan (US). The home belonged to a prominent magazine publisher in Detroit, Richard and Shirley Robinson and their four children. In July of that year, a caretaker for the neighborhood had been alerted to an odor coming from that area. The neighbors had been told that the Robinsons would be out of town, so no one seemed alarmed and assumed the smell was a dead animal. However, inside the home, the caretaker found the decomposing bodies of the entire family. With the exception of their youngest daughter (7 years old) who had been beaten with a hammer alone, everyone else was bludgeoned and shot. The investigation into the deaths found that Richard's business was in trouble. An employee had been embezzling... What happened to the Robinson family?
June 25, 1974 - Maria-Luise Artmeier (25) died after she lost control of her car and struck another vehicle in Munich, Bavaria (Germany). However, Maria was not killed due to the impact of the crash. Instead, the medical team found that she had been viciously stabbed shortly before the accident and had suffered a mortal wound to her heart. Police never found the murder weapon, and there were very few clues left at the scene. Maria had spent the evening at a restaurant with friends and was most likely ambushed as she entered her car alone. Who could have done this to Maria?
February 26, 1977 - Barbara Jean Maclean (16?) was found dead in Calgary, Alberta (Canada). Barbara had recently moved to Calgary and was living with her boyfriend. The night before her body was found, Barbara had gone to a bar with friends, family and her boyfriend (who was intoxicated). Barbara had been arguing with her boyfriend that night, and he ended up leaving her stranded in the parking lot. Barbara was under the influence, so she decided to hitchhike from the outside of the bar to an after party, where she... Why does Canada have fewer missing/unsolved murder cases? Do you think 70s culture contributed to more deaths?
January 14, 1983 - Terri McClure (62) disappeared from Lake Tahoe, Nevada (US). Terri lived in Reno but had traveled to Lake Tahoe for her son Tim's wedding. Terri attended the wedding and reception but planned to return home that evening after the festivities. Tim told authorities that he walked his mother to her car before she left, and he never saw her again. After watching his mother depart, he claimed he went to a casino and gambled alone for two hours and then spent the rest of his night with his new bride partying until the early hours of the morning. Police were unable to confirm his alibi, and Tim made some strange statements... Trail Went Cold
October 18, 1984 - Hot Spring John Doe was a male hitchhiker on his way to California, who was picked up in Louisville, Kentucky (US). The driver of the car remembers that the hitchhiker said he was from New Haven, Connecticut. After the two had stopped to get something to eat, the hitchhiker took over driving the car and then... Who is Hot Spring John Doe?
May 25, 2003 – Mammoth Lakes Jane Doe – A hiker’s dog found the remains of a petite, Asian, woman (30-40 years old), who had likely been killed around August 2002 in Mammoth Lakes, California (US). Police brought in a physical anthropologist to help them identify the woman, and he believed that this woman had been stabbed to death… Who is this Jane Doe and what happened to her?
Vilvos posted some musical mysteries like none other I've seen in this sub. Frankly, I was unaware of one band but found myself fascinated nonetheless. When will Jimmy Hendrix acoustic album be released in its entirety? Ever heard of the Peanut Duck? What is Charles Manson's connection to The Beach Boys? Musical Mystery Tour
June 10, 1876 - James Moon (36) was believed to have committed suicide in a hotel room in Lafayette, Indiana (US). James had meticulously planned his death, and created a guillotine inside the hotel to serve this purpose... Why did James go through these efforts?
November 12, 1966 - The Mothman - Outside of Clendenin, West Virginia (US), a group of men preparing a burial saw a moth-like-creature emerge from the trees. It was manlike in structure and different from anything else they'd ever seen. Later more sightings were reported, and most of these seemed to be near the old West Virginia Ordnance Works. The WVOW is a well known, but abandoned munitions factory from WW II. It's in a highly polluted area, referred to as an 'environmental disaster.' One couple who saw the creature described it as... What is this creature?
January 7, 1970 - Aarno Heinonen and Esko Viljo were taking a break from cross country skiing when they saw something in the sky in Imjärvi, Heinola (Finland). It appeared to be an "elongated, fire colored object...with a 'flame' coming from behind." Within a few moments, they then saw a flying saucer and heard the sounds of buzzing. A strange man soon appeared... Do UFOs exist?
January 28, 1991 - Outside of Las Vegas, Nevada (US), a 23-year-old man was found walking alone in the Mojave Desert. He appeared lost, overdressed for the climate, and severely dehydrated. When he was taken to the hospital, he could not provide the staff with any information on his identity. The hospital would later name him "Tyler, " after he was diagnosed with psychogenic amnesia. After undergoing hypnosis, Tyler begin to remember more information about his past... Who is Tyler? Was this all a hoax?
May 1918 - The Axeman - A mysterious monster emerged in New Orleans, Louisana (US) one who wielded an ax and killed at his discretion. He snuck into his victim's home, then gruesomely butchered a grocer and his wife but left without taking any valuables. Police had no suspects but found that these cases were noticeably similar to other crimes against Italian grocers, who had been attacked years earlier by a man with an ax. As the details leaked out to the public, grocers around the city reported their close encounter with this axeman. The city waited in fear until another family was attacked and killed. Then a local newspaper editor received an anonymous letter from the killer saying he would attack again but would spare the lives of those where a jazz band played... What happened to the New Orleans Axeman?
1982-1984 - The Brabant Killers (Nijvel Gang) are a group in Belgium, who committed violent attacks which resulted in 28 people's deaths and another 40 being injured. The notorious gang was known for their excessive use of violence (like killing innocent bystanders and children) and indifference to law enforcement. Their motive for their crimes is still unknown, some believe they were psychopaths, and others think they may have been politically motivated. The statute of limitations on the...Who were The Brabant Killers and why did they commit these crimes?
June 16, 1991 - Father's Day Bank Massacre - On a Sunday morning (which happened to be Father's day) in Denver, Colorado (US), a man showed up outside the building of the United Bank Tower claiming to be the vice president of the bank. When security went down to investigate, the would-be robber showed a handgun to the unarmed guard and forced his way into the bank. He then shot and killed four employees and made off with... Who was behind this massacre?
February 7, 2008 - Greg Rouzers (41) was accused and convicted of the attempted murder of Randolph "Randy" Walters. Greg held some grudge against Randy and his girlfriend Marian Wertz because Marian had once been engaged to Greg's brother (the brother tried to commit suicide at some point during that relationship). While in prison for the attempted killing of Randy, Greg failed twice at trying to hire a hitman to kill Randy. Greg's girlfriend and father were accused of assisting him in those plots. Greg's father was the former neighbor of Revell Jeeter. Greg has told police that he has information on Revell's disappearance Is Greg responsible for Revell's disappearance?
1979 - 1986 The East Area Rapist (Original Night Stalker) – “an unidentified serial killer and rapist who committed 50 rapes in Northern California and murdered twelve people in Southern California” (Wikipedia). He is believed to have started his crime spree as the Visalia Ransacker. Some of the actions of the rapist are puzzling. His.. The East Area Rapist, Part 4
August 8, 2010 - Ben McDaniel (30) disappeared from Ponce de Leon, Florida (US). Ben was a gifted man with an unflinching sense of adventure. He had recently experienced some setbacks, and with the blessing of his family decided to take a sabbatical in Florida. While he was in Florida, Ben pursued his scuba diving passion and made use of the geographical landforms to explore underground caves in his area. Although these dives were considered dangerous, Ben remain undeterred. Ben McDaniel, the diver who vanished from 58ft below the surface of an Underwater Cave. Part 2.5
ASK THE SLEUTHS
Question on the intro sequence of Unsolved Mysteries Discuss
Thoughts about Backmasking? (Playing song backward, where it has a satanic message) Discuss
Looking for French mysteries/disappearances Discuss
What cases are you constantly checking on? Discuss
What mystery is the best case or has the best evidence for the supernatural/extraterrestrial? Discuss
What are some good unresolved WWII Nazi mysteries? Discuss
What subjects would you personally like to see more posts about on this sub? Discuss
Can anyone help me with a mystery from Calgary, Alberta (Canada)? Discuss
Anyone watch 48 Hours tonight? All about Michelle McNamara and EAONS. Discuss
Argh, matey! Avast ye, do any o' ye landlubbers be knowin' o' any legends or stories about hidden booty? (I couldn't help but read this question in a pirate voice, "Do you know any legends or stories of hidden treasure?")Discuss
What is your relationship with your mysteries? Discuss
What's a mystery that has left you completely perplexed because of its weird circumstances? Discuss
Are there any real-life cases about [law enforcement] officers who are actually informants for FBI, CIA or even organized crimes? Discuss
Need help finding similar cases - Murder of Skylar Neese Discuss
Jane Doe drawn with her hand covering her face Discuss
Mysteries where multiple people disappeared? Discuss
What case has 'shattered' your mind because of its grotesque circumstances? Discuss
What are some good solved mysteries? The more puzzling the original mystery the better. Discuss
10th Anniversary of Madeleine McCann disappearance Discuss
What are the chances dollars spent abroad coming back to the USA? What if D.B.Cooper spent it in Mexico? Discuss
Missing Persons Cases Where You Think They're Still Alive? Discuss
How many 'mysterious' missing person cases can be explained by people getting lost in the wilderness and dying as opposed to foul play? Discuss
Lesser known cases of long-term captivity? Discuss
Help remembering a case! (request) - 20-30 something, young woman, had multiple siblings, helped kill father because her mother was cheating, eventually wanted to confess but then disappeared Discuss
Have you ever personally contributed to the solving of an open, unresolved case? Have you ever actively contributed to a case that remains unsolved? Discuss
Mystery Involving 20th Century Military Man - May have served in WWI or II, naval soldier or sailor. ID card issued in Britain, but he was American. The letter "C" was "figured prominently in his name." May be related to Tamam Shud case. Discuss
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