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The Eras Tour Megathread: Las Vegas NV (Warning: Spoilers)

2023.03.24 02:04 Lyd_Euh The Eras Tour Megathread: Las Vegas NV (Warning: Spoilers)

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Main Setlist

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Las Vegas, are you …Ready For It? Please use this thread to share photos and videos, talk about the show, arrange meetups, ask questions, etc. We will be posting a new thread for every city.
Please do not post spoilers on the sub as they will be removed.
Show list:
March 24 Allegiant Stadium With beabadoobee & GAYLE
March 25 Allegiant Stadium With beabadoobee & GAYLE
For more information, make sure to check out the official Eras Tour website. Upcoming tour dates can also be seen our events widget.
Other Megathreads:
Tour Discussion
Theories Thread
A View From Swifties Seats
Fan Outfits & Costumes
General Discussion
Glendale Spoiler Thread
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2023.03.24 01:09 MaceLeonardo 3rd Mock Draft 2023 3/23/2023 2 Rounds up to pick 68th.

To not exclude Broncos Fans I went to pick 67 and 68 so they would have something to at least see.
TRADES: Done using Drafttek Value Chart. I calculate the value of future picks by dividing the current round pick value in half.
Jets send 2.43(470) to Green Bay for Aaron Rodgers
I don’t see the Jets trading first for a 1-year rental when they can trade similar if not less value for Stafford. 2.43 is the best the Packers get.
Tennessee sends 1.11(1250 Points) to Seattle for 1.20(850), 2.52(380) and 4.123(49)
(29 Points in the favor of Tennessee)
Houston sends 1.12(1200) to Pittsburgh for 1.17(950), 3.80(190) and 2024 3rd(95)
(35 points in the favor of Houston)
Chargers send 1.21(800) to Jacksonville for 1.24(740) and 4.121(52) and 4.127(45)
(37 points in the favor of The Chargers)
Giants send 1.25(720) and 3.89(145) to New Orleans for 1.29(640), 3.71(235) and 5.165(24)
(35 points in the favor of New York)
1). Carolina Panthers: CJ Stroud QB Ohio State
All signs seem to be pointing to CJ being the pick for the Panthers. CJ is a smart and safe option as the number 1 QB and while he might not have the upside of a Richardson or Young, he isn't a low ceiling player either. With the Panthers CJ can carve out a great career by just doing what he does best and playing withing the system and not making mistakes.
2). Houston Texans: Bryce Young QB Alabama
My QB1 and what seems to be the Texans QB1. Young plays such a interesting game compared to his size. Young has easily the best pocket presence in the class and will come into a O-Line better than he had at Alabama with Howard and Tunsil. If the Texans continue to build the team and get the correct support around Young, they can maximize his potential and creativity with the football.
3). Arizona Cardinals: Will Anderson Jr EDGE Alabama
I think the Cardinals will entertain trade calls for 3 but unless an offer blows them away, they stand pat and take Will Anderson Jr. While future picks are enticing, getting by far the best EDGE prospect in the class who can fit any scheme and has All-Pro Potential is worth more than the picks.
4). Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Richardson QB Florida
I still can’t move away from Richardson to Indianapolis. I like Levis but Richardson has equal if not higher potential while also being 2 years younger than the Wildcat. The more I watch Richardson's tape the more you see his potential shine through. I might be in the minority, but I believe Richardson isn’t as raw as people state. He was in a terrible situation in Florida with new coaching, no receivers or TE’s and a scheme which didn’t fit him. In Indianapolis the Colts can tailor everything to AR15.
5). Seattle Seahawks: Jalen Carter IDL Georgia
He is a risky pick but with the limited true 1st round talent in this class and the lack of scheme fit with Tyree Wilson the Seahawks grab Jalen Carter. Everything has been said about Carter and his risks, but his talent is undeniable on tape. Seattle historically doesn’t draft CB’s early either, so they roll the dice on Carter and try to slow down his extracurriculars.
6). Detroit Lions: Christian Gonzalez CB Oregon
It was between Gonzalez and Wilson at 6 but I have Gonzalez as the best CB in the class and in a deep EDGE class they can pick up another rotational piece later in the draft, but you can’t pick up anybody like Gonzalez later in the class. The Lions are desperate for a true CB1, and Gonzalez gives them one with ample athleticism and coverage ability.
7.) Las Vegas Raiders: Devon Witherspoon CB Illinois
While Witherspoon doesn’t have insane size and length he makes up for it in his technique and cover ability. Witherspoon is a high floor player who will be CB1 for the Raiders the second he joins the organization. With a 35% completion percentage at Illinois Witherspoon faced tough competition and held strong throughout his career.
8). Atlanta Falcons: Tyree Wilson EDGE Texas Tech
The Falcons are adamant on giving Ridder a chance in 2023 so with the 8th pick they take Tyree Wilson. While not a great scheme fit in their base 3-4 the Falcons run a decent number of different looks where they can put Wilson into solid positions. His length is too enticing to pass up and pairing Jarrett with actual help on the line.
9). Chicago Bears: Paris Johnson Jr OT Ohio State
I still have PJJ going to the Bears but not as the LT but as the Bears RT. Investing in Fields is paramount to the Bears success after the beatings Fields has taken already in Chicago. Shifting Teven Jenkins to guard LG next to Jones and drafting both PJJ and Wypler in the 2nd gives Fields the best O-Line he has had since Ohio State.
10). Philadelphia Eagles: Lukas Van Ness EDGE Iowa
Eagles grab Lukas Van Ness EDGE from Iowa. Roseman has stated that if 2 players are similar in value they will take the lineman and they do that with Van Ness. Van Ness is a high potential athletic marvel with a great bull rush who needs to be refined to his full potential. The Eagles have no problem sitting young players and having them rotate with the vets. With Van Ness he can play opposite to Sweat in the future along with being a DT in some schemes.
11). Seattle Seahawks: Will Levis QB Kentucky
Geno changes nothing for Seattle in terms of QB. The Levis hate has swung too far to the point he is being underrated. His O-Line and WR’s at Kentucky downgraded immensely this season. Watching tape from 2021 shows what he can do with weapons and a competent O-Line. In Seattle Levis can sit behind Geno Smith similar to how Mahomes did with Alex Smith and be molded to Carrolls liking before taking over for Seattle in 2024.
12). Pittsburgh Steelers: Peter Skoronski OT/OG Northwestern
Steelers fans may hate this but if Skoronski falls out of the top 10 I think the Steelers jump up and grab the LT from Northwestern. The CB class is very deep along with the 3-4 DE class taking a premier will be hard later in the draft. Skoronski’s main downfall is his short arms but with the Steelers needing a OT to protect Pickett. Dan Moore and Okorafor compete for the RT spot for the Steelers new look O-Line.
13). New York Jets: Darnell Wright OT Tennessee
You got Aaron Rodgers which is good and now you have to protect him. With that they take the last of the premier OT prospects in Darnell Wright. Wright might be a more natural RT but his senior season at Tennessee showed him deal with multiple different high quality pass rushers. He was able to move his feet well and played with a high motor and technique needed for the position. Personally, I see Wright being able to play both on the left or right side of the line.
14). New England Patriots: Jaxon Smith-Njigba WR Ohio State
I believe Patriots fans are willing this into existence, but JSN is a Patriot, and he fits New England perfectly. While some say JSN can only truly work as a slot receiver I believe the Pats will use him in a plethora of looks be it in the slot or out wide where his elite route running, and agility will showcase why he is WR1 in the class.
15). Green Bay Packers: Nolan Smith EDGE Georgia
The Packers could very well be looking to grab a player like Quinten Johnston, but I believe they have their eyes on a high RAS defender in Nolan Smith. Smith had an incredible combine and with the Packers who want to continue building on their talented young defense they take Smith giving Rashan Gary, Devonte Wyatt and Quay Walker another quick and athletic EDGE.
16). Washington Commanders: Joey Porter Jr CB Penn State
With Washington they are lacking in the QB department and with none of the top 4 QBs falling to them the Commanders pivot and draft the best available CB in Joey Porter Jr. Porter is a uber talented CB who is physical and lanky and is a tough player for WR’s to play against. With the Commanders great D-Line they need a stud CB like JPJ to complete the defense.
17). Houston Texans: Quinten Johnston WR TCU
The Texans don’t have much talent and across the board and after trading Brandin Cooks, they are lacking a WR for new franchise QB Bryce Young. I have Johnston and Smith-Njigba rated similarly, and the Texans pick Johnston at 17th. Johnston will add another explosive weapon for a Texans offensive that desperately needs talent. Adding Johnston gives Young some weapons in Woods, Johnston, Schultz and Pierce.
18). Detroit Lions: Bijan Robinson RB Texas
The Lions at 18 go BPA and take what some people have as the best player in the class over Anderson and Carter. Bijan is one of the best RB prospects the NFL has seen with his vision and running ability. In Detroit he will be behind an elite O-Line with solid QB play. With the Lions Bijan will immediately enter the league as a top 5 RB and a touchdown machine.
19). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Broderick Jones OT Georgia
The Bucs stand firm and get Broderick Jones out of Georgia. Jones fills an immediate need as TB has no LT for Trask or Mayfield. Jones fills exactly what the Bucs have been missing in a LT with a massive athlete who has nimble and quick feet and won’t be a liability in pass protection. With Jones the Bucs have two solid bookend tackles for whoever the future QB of the team is.
20). Tennessee Titans: Anton Harrison OT Oklahoma
A true LT Harrison has had a phenomenal career at Tennessee. He is a pure LT who excels in pass protection and rarely gives up pressures. His problems lie in his run blocking which is a knock against him for a team especially the Titans but with the Titans hitting a mini rebuild they need to look past that and see a great pass protector who can develop in the running game.
21). Jacksonville Jaguars: Deonte Banks CB Maryland
I believe the Jaguars are going to pick CB and they hone in on one of the most athletic CB prospects in NFL history. Banks has some problems with penalties and ball skills but in Jacksonville he will not be asked to be CB1 he will be CB2 and he can do alot of damage with his athleticism at his size.
22). Baltimore Ravens: Zay Flowers WR Boston College
The Ravens need to find more weapons for Lamar Jackson past Rashod Bateman and Mark Andrews. During Boston College Flowers was electric, a shifty player who could get RAC at will. For the Ravens, Flowers can be a receiver who can get open at will and can generate yards previous Ravens receivers couldn’t.
23). Minnesota Vikings: Cam Smith CB South Carolina
With the top WR's gone off the board the Vikings grab the last of the top CB prospects. Cam Smith plays a physical and dominant game as a CB. Always willing to be aggressive with the WR opposite of him. Cam Smith will be a great man corner who will cause many incompletions. With the Vikings Smith will contribute in the secondary as the CB2 opposite to Andre Booth Jr.
24). Los Angeles Chargers: Myles Murphy EDGE Clemson
With Myles Murphy the Chargers get a pure pass rusher who has bend and is able to get pressure on the QB but lacks awareness in the running game. With that Murphy can be added to the rotation on the EDGE of Bosa and Mack. If Murphy can continue the production, he had at Clemson the Chargers will have a fun trio of EDGE rushers in a AFC West that lacks OT Talent.
25). New Orleans Saints: Calijah Kancey IDL Pittsburgh
With the top receivers and corners now gone the Giants decide to trade down and with the Saints who are in desperate need for IDL help and a true stud DT to play on that line. What Kancey lacks in size he makes up for with ability and athleticism being the best 3-Tech DT in the class. Kancey should be able to line up for the Saints in the interior and wreak havoc in the NFC South.
26). Dallas Cowboys: Dalton Kincaid TE Utah
With Schultz gone the Cowboys can defer the TE role to Jake Ferguson. But with none of the talented TE’s in the class being selected the Cowboys take TE1 off the board in Dalton Kincaid. Kincaid proved at Utah his talent as he caught 70 passes for 890 yards his senior season and scored 8 TDs for Utah. In the Cowboys' offense Kincaid can reproduce numbers similar to Schultz's best season while improving his run blocking which is the only major knock against him.
27). Buffalo Bills: Dawand Jones OT Ohio State
With how the board fell I can see the Bills going a couple of different ways with this pick. One being taking a Brian Branch as both their Pro Bowl safeties are aging and on expensive deals with Branch being a talented player who can play both in the nickel and as a safety. The other one being shoring up the O-Line with a massive human being in Dawand Jones who plays with a high motor and can be a dominant RT for them. The Bills elect for option B.
28). Cincinnati Bengals: Darnell Washington TE Georgia
Is this a luxury pick for the Bengals? It can be but with Washington you gain more than just a TE. At Georgia Washington was dominant in the run game opening holes and leading the way for the stable of Bulldog RBs to run wild on opposing defenses. And his unique size and athleticism makes him a major weapon in the middle of the field. The biggest knock-on Washington was his lack of production at Georgia, but the Bengals take the risk here for what he can add to their offense on day 1.
29). New York Giants: John Michael Schmitz C Minnesota
After trading down the Giants can shore up the biggest liability on their offense that being the center position. John Michael Schmitz has been connected to the G-Men. He is a high floor prospect who will immediately contribute on day 1 as a savvy team player who can move well laterally and has no problem engaging in his blocks and dominating defenders.
30). Philadelphia Eagles: Brian Branch S Alabama
While safety is a low position of value Branch is by far the best player available on the board and can contribute immediately for a Phili defense in need of a CJ Gardner Johnson replacement. The upside with Branch is his ability to play in both the nickel and as a box safety. Branch is a willing tackler who is instinctually always around the ball making plays. For Phili he is exactly what they are looking for in the secondary.
31). Kansas City Chiefs: Will McDonald IV EDGE Iowa State
At 31 the Chiefs can go so many ways. After winning the SB the Chiefs have gained some holes in the WR room along with the offensive line. But at 31 the Chiefs take a player who is a little out of the box and snag the high potential EDGE out of Iowa State Will McDonald. McDonald is an explosive and talented EDGE player with active hands and quick feet. In KC who runs multiple formations McDonald will be a pass rushing weapon who can be used in many different formations which a DC like Spagnuolo will love.
2nd Round
32). Pittsburgh Steelers: Emmanuel Forbes CB Mississippi State
33). Houston Texans: O’Cyrus Torrence OG Florida
34). Arizona Cardinals: Steve Avila OG TCU
35). Indianapolis Colts: Kelee Ringo CB Georgia
36). Los Angeles Rams: BJ Ojulari EDGE LSU
37). Seattle Seahawks: Drew Sanders LB Arkansas
38). Las Vegas Raiders: Mazi Smith IDL Michigan
39). Carolina Panthers: Jordan Addison WR USC
40). New Orleans Saints: Jahmyr Gibbs RB/WR Alabama
41). Tennessee Titans: Josh Downs WR UNC
42). New York Jets: Bryan Bresee IDL Clemson
43). Green Bay Packers: Michael Mayer TE Notre Dame
44). Atlanta Falcons: Tyrique Stevenson CB Miami
45). Green Bay Packers: Jalin Hyatt WR Tennessee
46). New England Patriots: Cody Mauch OT North Dakota State
47). Washington Commanders: Joe Tippmann C Wisconsin
48). Detroit Lions: Keion White EDGE Georgia Tech
49). Pittsburgh Steelers: Adetomiwa Adebawore IDL Northwestern
50). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Antonio Johnson S Texas A&M
51). Miami Dolphins: Matthew Bergeron OT Syracuse
52). Tennessee Titans: Jack Campbell LB Iowa
53). Chicago Bears: Felix Anudike-Uzomah EDGE Kansas State
54). Los Angeles Chargers: Zach Charbonnet RB UCLA
55). Detroit Lions: Luke Musgrave TE Oregon State
56). Jacksonville Jaguars: Tuli Tuipulotu IDL USC
57). New York Giants: Clark Phillips III CB Utah
58). Dallas Cowboys: Siaki Ika IDL Baylor
59). Buffalo Bills: Trenton Simpson LB Clemson
60). Cincinnati Bengals: Blake Freeland OT BYU
61). Chicago Bears: Luke Wypler C Ohio State
62). Philadelphia Eagles: Karl Brooks IDL Bowling Green
63). Kansas City Chiefs: Cedric Spillman WR Tennessee
Round 3
64). Chicago Bears: DJ Turner CB Michigan
65). Houston Texans: Derrick Hall EDGE Auburn
66). Arizona Cardinals: Julius Brents CB Kansas State
67). Denver Broncos: Olusegun Oluwatimi C Michigan
68). Denver Broncos: Eli Ricks CB Alabama
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2023.03.23 23:04 PuppyLover77 Win 2 Golden Tickets to 20 shows of your choice in Las Vegas or 20 winners of 2 tickets to one show in Vegas {US} (05/01/2023) (must reside within 360 miles of Las Vegas or have a planned vacation within 360 miles of Vegas)

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2023.03.23 20:49 thcandbourbon Can a Canadian Citizen Enter the U.S. for Business Purposes if it Involves Meeting Existing Clients?

I’m a self-employed Canadian citizen residing in Windsor. Hard to explain what exactly it is that I do, but it can generally be described as investor relations. I regularly visit the U.S. for pleasure (mostly taking trips to Las Vegas), though I have never entered the country explicitly for the purpose of doing business. I know this tends to be a VERY tricky area of immigration, and any mention of words such as “work”, “business”, and the like will immediately catch the attention of border officers. So I wanted to be prepared for a future trip that may involve this.
To be clear, I'm not taking anything said in this thread as "immigration advice" or the like. I just suspect there will be a fair amount of people in here with anecdotal experience that might be insightful to this question.
As of right now, my clients are mainly “Canadian Domiciled but U.S. Based” (i.e., for certain advantages the parent entity that pays me is based in Canada, but all of the actual operations of the business are based in the United States).
I anticipate needing to make some trips to the United States in the near future that are specifically for business. For example, to sit down and meet with certain management teams, or provide IR specific input on content production. I wouldn’t be getting any separate pay for this, it would all be part of my standard monthly retainer paid to me by the Canadian parent entity. For greater clarity, I'd be getting paid the same amount, the same way, and from the same entity regardless of whether I'm working at home in Windsor or am temporarily in the U.S. interacting with the same people.
Based on the above scenario, what is the best approach to gaining entry with full transparency about what I’ll be doing? I’ve heard that some people just don’t disclose it… but I refuse to be even remotely dishonest about this type of thing. Even if I was willing to compromise my morals and attempt to lie about going for just pleasure, it's not something I'm capable of doing (not a good liar!).
Based on this webpage ("In most circumstances, Canadian citizens do not require visitor, business, transit or other visas to enter the United States, either from Canada or from other countries"), I understand that no specific type of visa is required for Canadians in this type of situation. But even if that’s the case, need I have any documents or anything at the ready in order to substantiate my claim that I’m not entering the United States “to work” in the sense of displacing work that could be done by an American?
Parallel bonus question: Say the client who I’m being engaged by is U.S. based. The specific scenario in mind is that I’d be ghostwriting a person’s memoirs and they live in the United States. Although I’d begin the work remotely from Canada, I’d eventually want to sit down with them in person. This is secondary to the main question, but it's a hypothetical situation that I'm curious about the possible different treatment of when it comes to entering the United States.
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2023.03.23 19:46 wsj Taylor Swift Fans Prepare Wardrobe, Hydration Strategies for Marathon-Length Shows

Hey everyone! We have a fun fan-focused story out this week about how people are preparing for the marathon of a 3+ hour long show. I thought I’d share it with you here.
From Anne Steele:
Kassie Meiler endured six hours in an online waiting room to score tickets to one of Taylor Swift’s upcoming concerts. Now, she is gearing up—literally—for the stamina test of the pop star’s 44-song, three-hour show.
Instead of heels, the 27-year-old plans to wear platform Keds, the sneaker brand Ms. Swift once endorsed. Rather than a sparkly fringe jacket similar to what Ms. Swift sports onstage, Ms. Meiler is seeking a cooler option for the April show in Tampa, Fla., that she will attend, perhaps in vest form.
She will swap her usual cocktail or white wine for an electrolyte drink, she said. Mentally, Ms. Meiler is pulling confidence from the 24-hour dance marathons she completed in college: “If I can do that, I can do a Taylor Swift tour.”
Ms. Swift stunned fans opening night on her first tour in five years by performing a 190-minute set that followed two opening acts. Word spread quickly online of the stadium show’s length, prompting nervous strategy brainstorms among fans now rethinking everything from their elaborate outfits to hydration methods.
The Eras Tour, which is scheduled to run 52 stadium dates, is forecast to become the highest-grossing tour of all time, according to concert-data tracker Pollstar. The show is a combination of Ms. Swift’s pandemic pursuits and her efforts to take ownership of her life’s work by rerecording her early music. After her festival-style shows for her 2019 “Lover” album were canceled because of Covid-19, she released two surprise albums penned in pandemic isolation.
The Eras Tour set list spans her entire catalog, including songs from “Folklore,” which won the Grammy for Album of the Year and “Evermore,” which earned a Grammy nomination—as well as hits that she rerecorded from “Fearless” and “Red.” Late last year, she released “Midnights,” which shattered sales records.
Packing so much material into one show amounts to an endurance test for Ms. Swift, too. Her 44-song set dwarfs that of other rock stars known for long shows, according to data from Prince’s 2004 shows and Beyoncé’s 2018 Coachella sets each averaged 32 songs. Bruce Springsteen averaged 29 songs in 1985 and 27 in 2012. Bob Dylan’s 1978 world tour averaged 28 songs, according to
Stadium shows are a badge of honor for music’s biggest stars. Only an elite few can fill them, and on this tour Ms. Swift has sold out multiple nights in each city she visits. Her Homeric effort, which includes the 10-minute version of fan-favorite song “All Too Well,” is baffling fans and industry insiders.
“Sure, Springsteen and Prince played these legendary long shows, but they were not singing the entire time. They had bands, and a whole lot of instrumental work that extended out the show,” said Nathan Hubbard, former Ticketmaster chief executive and co-host of the Ringer’s “Every Single Album: Taylor Swift” podcast series.
“Taylor is singing as the center lead for the entirety of the show, and she’s doing it in heels,” he said. A representative for Ms. Swift didn’t respond to a request for comment.
“Three-hour shows. taylorswift is definitely a distance swimmer,” Olympic gold-medalist swimmer Katie Ledecky tweeted Tuesday.
Mr. Hubbard estimated that if Ms. Swift’s movements were tracked as soccer players were during the World Cup, she travels a mile during the show, maybe two.
Former NFL defensive end J.J. Watt lauded Ms. Swift’s rigor in a 2½-minute video posted to Twitter after seeing her Saturday show in Glendale, Ariz.
“She did not stop the whole time—there was no halftime, there was no TV timeouts,” he said. “She crushed it, and she didn’t even look tired. I was tired, and I was just sitting there.”
Daniela Morgan, 40, is doubling up on Las Vegas shows this weekend. On Friday night, she is attending solo with a $760 standing-room-only floor ticket. For Saturday night, Ms. Morgan initially planned to take a friend, but her 10-year-old son, Eli, begged to go instead.
Eli has heard reminders from his dad about the responsibility that comes with taking a $350 ticket to see his mom’s favorite artist, Ms. Morgan said. Still, she is worried about her son needing snacks and bathroom breaks. “Is my kid going to be able to hang three hours?” she said.
Claire Ginther, a 26-year-old from Huntington Beach, Calif., has a shoe dilemma. To see Ms. Swift in Las Vegas this weekend, she had planned an outfit based on the pastel, 1960s aesthetic of Ms. Swift’s “Lover” album. Her new go-go boots arrived this week, but now she is debating switching to sneakers for comfort. With her 5’1” height and $750 floor tickets, she risks not being able to see much, she said.
For advice, she is combing through TikTok, where concertgoers are trading survival tips. “You’d think people are talking about running the L.A. Marathon,” she said. “They’re talking about going to see Taylor Swift.”
Meanwhile, Ms. Ginther wonders about Ms. Swift’s stamina lasting until the tour’s closing shows in Los Angeles in August, for which Ms. Ginther said she paid $100 for a nosebleed seat. “Is she just going to be crawling to the finish line when she gets to L.A.?”
For an April show in Texas, Catherine Frisina, 33, plans to hydrate sparingly with Liquid I.V., a powder that is mixed with water and promises an energy boost. “If Taylor doesn’t need a bathroom break neither do I,” she said.
Andrea Alfano, who fueled up with pizza for back-to-back concerts on the tour’s opening weekend, said making it through the actual show isn’t the hardest part.
“The adrenaline of being there carries you through the show itself,” the 26-year-old daycare teacher said. It was after the show in Glendale—facing an hourslong wait for an Uber—when she realized she was tired and her cowboy-boot-clad feet hurt. “The hardest part is getting out of the stadium.”
When the long set list leaked ahead of the first concert, Ms. Alfano thought it was a joke until she realized—two hours into the show—that Ms. Swift still had several albums of material left to play. “I did pay a lot and put in a lot of effort for those tickets,” she said of the $1,050 she spent to go both nights. “I felt like I got a lot.”
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2023.03.23 16:29 AC_the_Panther_007 Rebooking WrestleMania: Part 7 (WrestleMania 31 to WrestleMania 35)

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Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Part 6:

WrestleMania 31 (March 28, 2010 at the Santa Clara, California in Santa Clara, California):
Big Show won by last eliminating Adam Rose - 30-Man André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
Daniel Bryan def. Wade Barrett, Alberto Del Rio, Drew McIntyre, Chris Jericho, Dolph Ziggler, and R-Truth (c) - 7-Man Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
AJ Lee def. Paige and Brie Bella (c) - Triple Threat Match for the WWE Divas Championship (with Nikki Bella as Special Guest Referee)
Randy Orton def. Dean Ambrose (w/Seth Rollins)
John Cena def. Rusev (c) (w/Lana) - WWE United States Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, and/or Big E) (c) def. The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso), The Wyatt Family (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan), and The Rhodes Brothers (Goldust and Cody Rhodes) - Fatal 4-Way Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Sting (w/Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair) def. Triple H (w/Stephanie McMahon and Shawn Michaels) - No Disqualification Match
The Undertaker def. Bray Wyatt
Seth Rollins def. Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar (c) (w/Paul Heyman) - Triple Threat Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship (This was Rollins's Money in the Bank Cash-In) (TITLE CHANGE)

WrestleMania 32 (April 3, 2016 at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas):
Kane won by last eliminating Baron Corbin - 25-Man Battle Royal for the André the Giant Memorial Trophy
The League of Nations (Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, Rusev, King Barrett, Cesaro, and The Hart Dynasty (David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd)) (w/Lana) def. Team USA (CM Punk, Daniel Bryan, The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso), and The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, and Big E)) - 7-on-7 Tag Team Elimination Match
John Cena def. Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, and Cody Rhodes (c) - 7-Man Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Rey Mysterio def. Alberto Del Rio (c) - Mask vs. Title Match for the WWE United States Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Chris Jericho def. AJ Styles
Brock Lesnar def. Dean Ambrose - No Holds Barred Match
Shane McMahon and The Bella Twins (Brie and Nikki Bella) def. Seth Rollins and Stephanie McMahon - 3-on-2 Mixed Tag Team Handicap Match
Charlotte Flair (c - Women's Champion) def. AJ Lee (c - Divas Champion), Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks, Natalya, Paige, and Naomi - 7-Woman Ladder Match to unify the WWE Divas Championship and WWE Women's Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
The Undertaker def. Sting - Retirement Match
Edge, Christian, and The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray and D-Von Dudley) def. The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman) - Eight-Man Tag Team Match
Roman Reigns def. Triple H (c) - WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match

WrestleMania 33 (April 2, 2017 at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida):
Goldberg (WWE Legend) fought Brock Lesnar (w/Paul Heyman) (Raw) by Double Knockout
Finn Bálor (Raw) won by last eliminating Rey Mysterio (SmackDown) - 31-Man Battle Royal for the André the Giant Memorial Trophy
CM Punk (c) (Raw) def. Samoa Joe (Raw) (2-1) - Two out of Three Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE United States Championship
The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) (SmackDown) def. Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder (SmackDown), Edge and Christian (SmackDown), and American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) (c) (SmackDown) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship (TITLES CHANGE)
Seth Rollins (SmackDown) def. Dolph Ziggler (SmackDown) and Daniel Bryan (c) (SmackDown) - Triple Threat Match for WWE Intercontinental Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Natalya (SmackDown) won by last eliminating Emma (NXT) - 20-Woman Battle Royal for the WrestleMania Women's Trophy
AJ Styles (c) (w/James Ellsworth) (SmackDown) def. Dean Ambrose (SmackDown) - WWE Championship Match
Bayley (Raw) def. Charlotte Flair (Raw), Nia Jax (Raw), Paige (Raw), AJ Lee (Raw), and Sasha Banks (c) (Raw) - Six-Pack Elimination Challenge for the WWE Raw Women's Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
John Cena and Nikki Bella (SmackDown) def. The Miz and Maryse (SmackDown) - Mixed Tag Team Match
The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (Raw) def. The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson) (Raw), The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, and/or Big E) (Raw), and The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro) (c) (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Ladder Match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match (TITLES CHANGE)
Shane McMahon (SmackDown) def. Triple H (Raw) - Non-Sancationed Match
Randy Orton (SmackDown) def. The Wyatt Family (Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, and Erick Rowan) (SmackDown) - 3-on-1 Handicap Gauntlet Match
Chris Jericho (Raw) def. Kevin Owens (c) (Raw) - WWE Universal Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Naomi (SmackDown) def. Alexa Bliss (c) (SmackDown) - WWE SmackDown Women's Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The Undertaker (Free Agent) def. Roman Reigns (SmackDown) - No Holds Barred Match

WrestleMania 34 (April 8, 2018 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana):
Bayley (Raw) won by last eliminating AJ Lee (SmackDown) - 20-Woman Battle Royal for the WrestleMania Women's Trophy
Braun Strowman (Raw) won by last eliminating Goldust (Raw) - 30-Man Battle Royal for the André the Giant Memorial Trophy
Seth Rollins (Raw) def. Dean Ambrose (Raw), The Miz (Raw), Finn Bálor (Raw), Rey Mysterio (Raw), Chris Jericho (Raw), and Bray Wyatt (c) (Raw) - 7-Man Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Asuka (Raw) def. Charlotte Flair (c) (SmackDown) by Submission - WWE SmackDown Women's Championship Match
Jinder Mahal (SmackDown) def. Robert Roode (SmackDown), Rusev (w/Lana) (SmackDown), Dolph Ziggler (SmackDown), Shelton Benjamin (SmackDown), Alberto Del Rio (SmackDown), and Randy Orton (c) (SmackDown) - 7-Man Ladder Match for the WWE United States Championship Match
Kurt Angle and Ronda Rousey (Raw) def. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon (Raw) - Mixed Tag Team Match
The Bludgeon Brothers (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) (c) (SmackDown) def. The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) (SmackDown) and The New Day (Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston, and/or Big E) (SmackDown) - Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Undertaker (WWE Legend) def. John Cena (SmackDown)
CM Punk and Daniel Bryan (SmackDown) def. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn (SmackDown)
Nia Jax (c) (Raw) def. Alexa Bliss (Raw), Paige (Raw), and Mickie James (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship
Shinsuke Nakamura (SmackDown) def. AJ Styles (c) (SmackDown) - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The Hardy Boyz (Matt and Jeff Hardy) (Raw) def. The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro) (c) (Raw) - Tag Team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship (TITLE CHANGE)
Roman Reigns (Raw) def. Brock Lesnar (c) (Raw) - WWE Universal Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)

WrestleMania 35 (April 7, 2019 at the MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey):
Charlotte Flair (SmackDown) def. Asuka (c) (SmackDown) by Submission - WWE SmackDown Women's Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The Revival (Dash Wilder and Scott Dawson) (c) (Raw) def. American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) (Raw) - WWE Raw Tag Team Championship Match
Braun Strowman (Raw) won by last eliminating Montel Vontavious Porter (Raw) - 30-Man Battle Royal for the André the Giant Memorial Trophy
Carmella (SmackDown won by last eliminating Paige (SmackDown) - 25-Woman Battle Royal for the WrestleMania Women's Trophy
Becky Lynch (via Submission) (SmackDown) def. Ronda Rousey (c) (Raw) - WWE Raw Women's Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Seth Rollins (Raw) def. Brock Lesnar (c) (w/Brock Lesnar) (Raw) - WWE Universal Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The Undertaker (WWE Legend) def. CM Punk (Raw) by Submission - Submission Match
The Usos (Jimmy and Jey Uso) (c) (SmackDown) def. The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro) (SmackDown), The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson) (SmackDown), and The Bludgeon Brothers (Luke Harper and Erick Rowan) (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Elimination Match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
Shane McMahon and AJ Styles (SmackDown) def. The Miz, Kevin Owens, and Sami Zayn (Raw/SmackDown) - 3-on-2 Handicap Falls Count Anywhere Match
TThe Bella Twins (Brie and Nikki Bella) (SmackDown) def. The IIcoinics (Billie Kay and Peyton Royce) (SmackDown), AJ Lee and Nia Jax (Raw), and The Boss 'n' Hug Connection (Bayley and Sasha Banks) (c) (Raw) - Fatal 4-Way Tag Team Elimination Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship Match (TITLES CHANGE)
Kofi Kingston (w/Xavier Woods and Big E) (SmackDown) def. Daniel Bryan (c) (SmackDown) - WWE Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Alberto Del Rio (SmackDown) def. Andrade "Cien" Almas (c) (w/Zelina Vega) (SmackDown) by Submission - WWE United States Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
The Shield (Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns) (Raw) def. Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre (Raw)
D-Evolution X (Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, and Batista) (Raw/SmackDown) def. The Undisputed Era (Adam Cole, Kyle O'Reilly, Bobby Fish, and Roderick Strong) (NXT) - Eight-Man Tag Team No Holds Barred Match
Baron Corbin (SmackDown) def. Kurt Angle (Raw) (If Angle loses the match, he'll retire from in-ring competition)
"The Demon" Finn Bálor (Raw) def. Bobby Lashley (c) (w/Lio Rush) (Raw) - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match (TITLE CHANGE)
Becky Lynch (c - Raw Women's Champion) (SmackDown) def. Charlotte Flair (c - SmackDown Women's Champion) (SmackDown) by Submission - Winner Takes All Match for the WWE Raw Women's Championship and WWE SmackDown Women's Championship (TITLE CHANGE)

Part 8 is coming soon (WrestleMania 36 to WrestleMania 38)
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2023.03.23 15:15 HajileStone Nursing and Occupational Therapy Jobs in Tulsa

Hi Everyone. My fiancé and I are originally from Las Vegas, but we are considering a move to Tulsa in the next year or two after we're both done with school (I'm in nursing school and she's in occupational therapy school). I'm hoping to get some insight into the state of these careers in the Tulsa area, as the online job postings don't seem to give much away.
Is there a nursing union presence in the Tulsa area? What hospitals are best to work at and which should be avoided? Do any hospitals offer good benefits? How's the overall job market for nurses and OTs? What's a standard pay rate for new grad nurses, nurses with 2-3 years of experience, and nurses with 10+ years of experience?
Also, how would you Tulsa residents rate the healthcare system overall there? Las Vegas doesn't have the best healthcare system, so we would hopefully be relocating somewhere that's a bit better. We're particularly concerned about OB/GYN quality, as we're hoping to start having kids soon after moving down there.
Thanks for any input you can provide.
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2023.03.21 22:31 chrispopp8 Concert tickets - Best ways to purchase in advance?

I've gone through older posts about show tickets, looking at ways to get a lower cost to be able to attend a show.
I've done HouseSeats and Fillaseat. Houseseats was great - was able to see Morrisey at Caesars and some other good shows. Fillaseat seems to be the same stuff that is the same shows that are "throwaway promotion" that casinos have like Jen Kramer and The Jets. No offense to those artists, but meh... I'll be going back to HouseSeats.
Anyways, the question here is about concert tickets at casinos that are residencies like Rod Stewart where they will be in town for a week once every few months. Is there a good way other than "knowing someone" or "working at that casino" where you can get discounted tickets in advance? Not waiting by the will-call office or the day of, but in advance?
I realize it's probably harder to get lower rates for tickets or even comped ones for shows that have a limited engagement or a "one night only" show without having a really high players card account. Honestly, if I was able to spend $20,000 gambling I don't think I would be concerned about $200 tickets for a show at the Venetian.
While I'm at it, what about residency shows that aren't Cirque? Penn & Teller, Wayne Newton, etc. I wouldn't mind seeing Wayne before he sings his last Danke Schoen, but decent seats for $175 is a little steep and I am not familiar with the room to know if nosebleed seats are worth it.
I've seen Penn & Teller on a few sites like and lower than Ticketmaster so I figure that's the best way to go for those, unless there's a better way.
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2023.03.21 17:30 RobYaLunch Billboard Chart Discussion - Week Of March 25, 2023

Billboard Hot 100 chart
Position Title Artist ▲/▼ Last week Weeks Charting Peak
1 Flowers Miley Cyrus ▲+1 2 9 1
2 Last Night Morgan Wallen ▼-1 1 7 1
3 Kill Bill SZA - 3 14 2
4 Die For You The Weeknd & Ariana Grande - 4 33 1
5 Creepin' Metro Boomin, The Weeknd & 21 Savage ▲+1 6 15 3
6 Boy's A Liar, Pt. 2 PinkPantheress & Ice Spice ▼-1 5 6 3
7 Anti-Hero Taylor Swift ▲+5 12 21 1
8 Calm Down Rema & Selena Gomez ▲+11 19 28 8
9 Thought You Should Know Morgan Wallen ▼-2 7 31 7
10 You Proof Morgan Wallen ▼-2 8 44 5
11 Rock And A Hard Place Bailey Zimmerman ▲+9 20 40 11
12 Players Coi Leray ▲+12 24 11 12
13 Unholy Sam Smith & Kim Petras ▲+3 16 25 1
14 I'm Good (Blue) David Guetta & Bebe Rexha ▲+7 21 29 4
15 As It Was Harry Styles ▲+8 23 50 1
16 Under The Influence Chris Brown ▲+10 26 27 12
17 Thinkin' Bout Me Morgan Wallen ▼-8 9 2 9
18 Just Wanna Rock Lil Uzi Vert ▲+4 22 22 10
19 TQG Karol G x Shakira ▼-2 17 3 7
20 One Thing At A Time Morgan Wallen ▼-10 10 15 10
21 Thank God Kane Brown With Katelyn Brown ▲+7 28 27 13
22 Cuff It Beyonce ▲+3 25 31 6
23 Escapism RAYE Featuring 070 Shake ▲+10 33 15 22
24 Sure Thing Miguel ▲+13 37 33 24
25 Lavender Haze Taylor Swift ▲+6 31 21 2
26 Rich Flex Drake & 21 Savage ▲+8 34 19 2
27 Going, Going, Gone Luke Combs ▲+9 36 18 23
28 Until I Found You Stephen Sanchez ▲+11 39 37 23
29 Everything I Love Morgan Wallen ▼-15 14 7 14
30 Something In The Orange Zach Bryan ▲+12 42 47 10
31 Ain't That Some Morgan Wallen ▼-20 11 2 11
32 River Miley Cyrus ▲+69 [FRESH] 1 32
33 I Wrote The Book Morgan Wallen ▼-15 18 7 18
34 Superhero (Heroes & Villains) Metro Boomin, Future & Chris Brown ▲+11 45 15 8
35 Snooze SZA ▲+11 46 14 29
36 Favorite Song Toosii ▲+31 67 4 36
37 Red Ruby Da Sleeze Nicki Minaj ▼-24 13 2 13
38 Heart Like A Truck Lainey Wilson ▲+17 55 18 29
39 Shirt SZA ▲+11 50 20 11
40 Golden Hour JVKE ▲+9 49 29 10
41 Man Made A Bar Morgan Wallen Featuring Eric Church ▼-26 15 2 15
42 Wait In The Truck HARDY Featuring Lainey Wilson ▲+16 58 28 23
43 Bloody Mary Lady Gaga ▲+23 66 11 43
44 Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53 Bizarrap & Shakira ▲+26 70 9 9
45 Spin Bout U Drake & 21 Savage ▲+23 68 19 5
46 Made You Look Meghan Trainor ▲+11 57 21 11
47 Bebe Dame Fuerza Regida X Grupo Frontera ▲+17 64 12 25
48 '98 Braves Morgan Wallen ▼-21 27 2 27
49 Sunrise Morgan Wallen ▼-19 30 2 30
50 Nobody Gets Me SZA ▲+23 73 14 10
51 Cowgirls Morgan Wallen Featuring ERNEST ▼-11 40 2 40
52 What He Didn't Do Carly Pearce ▲+27 79 13 52
53 Painting Pictures Superstar Pride ▲+9 62 5 25
54 Ceilings Lizzy McAlpine ▲+26 80 4 54
55 Handle On You Parker McCollum ▲+28 83 11 55
56 Jaded Miley Cyrus ▲+45 [FRESH] 1 56
57 Wild As Her Corey Kent ▲+24 81 23 57
58 In Ha Mood Ice Spice ▲+27 85 6 58
59 Special Lizzo Featuring SZA ▲+19 78 5 52
60 Next Thing You Know Jordan Davis ▲+24 84 8 60
61 Whiskey Friends Morgan Wallen ▼-26 35 2 35
62 Love You Anyway Luke Combs ▲+12 74 5 15
63 Devil Don't Know Morgan Wallen ▼-34 29 2 29
64 Trance Metro Boomin, Travis Scott & Young Thug ▲+30 94 6 42
65 Freestyle Lil Baby ▲+21 86 24 59
66 Watch This (ARIZONATEARS Pluggnb Remix) Lil Uzi Vert ▲+16 82 4 56
67 Born With A Beer In My Hand Morgan Wallen ▼-35 32 2 32
68 Thousand Miles Miley Cyrus Featuring Brandi Carlile ▲+33 [FRESH] 1 68
69 Love Again The Kid LAROI ▲+19 88 7 40
70 Dying Man Morgan Wallen ▼-27 43 2 43
71 Dawns Zach Bryan Featuring Maggie Rogers ▲+16 87 7 42
72 Lift Me Up Rihanna ▲+26 98 20 2
73 Neon Star (Country Boy Lullaby) Morgan Wallen ▼-25 48 2 48
74 Tennessee Numbers Morgan Wallen ▼-36 38 2 38
75 Tennessee Orange Megan Moroney ▲+16 91 14 53
76 Tennessee Fan Morgan Wallen ▼-22 54 7 49
77 Hope That's True Morgan Wallen ▼-36 41 2 41
78 Nonsense Sabrina Carpenter ▲+18 96 9 56
79 Yandel 150 Yandel & Feid ▲+22 -- 5 79
80 Keith Whitley Morgan Wallen ▼-36 44 2 44
81 Me + All Your Reasons Morgan Wallen ▼-30 51 2 51
82 Forever Lil Baby Featuring Fridayy ▲+13 95 10 8
83 Low SZA ▲+9 92 14 17
84 Que Vuelvas Carin Leon X Grupo Frontera ▲+6 90 12 50
85 I Deserve A Drink Morgan Wallen ▼-33 52 2 52
86 AMG Gabito Ballesteros, Peso Pluma & Natanael Cano ▲+11 97 8 66
87 You Didn't Brett Young ▲+12 99 10 63
88 In The Bible Morgan Wallen Featuring HARDY ▼-41 47 2 47
89 10:35 Tiesto Featuring Tate McRae ▲+11 100 8 69
90 Single Than She Was Morgan Wallen ▼-34 56 2 56
91 Rose Colored Lenses Miley Cyrus ▲+10 [FRESH] 1 91
92 Por Las Noches Peso Pluma ▲+9 [FRESH] 1 92
93 Heaven Niall Horan ▲+8 -- 3 62
94 X Si Volvemos Karol G x Romeo Santos ▼-1 93 6 48
95 PRC Peso Pluma X Natanael Cano ▲+6 -- 5 73
96 180 (Lifestyle) Morgan Wallen ▼-33 63 2 63
97 F150-50 Morgan Wallen ▼-44 53 2 53
98 Private Landing Don Toliver Featuring Justin Bieber & Future ▼-9 89 3 72
99 Dancin' In The Country Tyler Hubbard ▲+2 -- 4 87
100 Wine Into Water Morgan Wallen ▼-41 59 2 59
Billboard Global 200 chart (most popular songs globally)
Position Title Artist ▲/▼ Last week Weeks Charting Peak
1 Flowers Miley Cyrus ▲+2 3 8 1
2 Die For You The Weeknd & Ariana Grande - 2 53 2
3 TQG Karol G x Shakira ▼-2 1 2 1
4 Kill Bill SZA - 4 13 1
5 Last Night Morgan Wallen ▲+5 10 6 5
6 Boy's A Liar, Pt. 2 PinkPantheress & Ice Spice ▼-1 5 5 3
7 Calm Down Rema & Selena Gomez ▼-1 6 36 3
8 Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53 Bizarrap & Shakira ▼-1 7 9 2
9 As It Was Harry Styles ▲+2 11 49 1
10 Unholy Sam Smith & Kim Petras ▼-2 8 24 1
Billboard 200 chart
Position Title Artist Sales Change Last week Weeks Charting
1 One Thing At A Time Morgan Wallen 247,304 (22,993 pure) -50% 1 2
2 Ready To Be: 12th Mini Album (EP) TWICE err err [FRESH] 1
3 Endless Summer Vacation Miley Cyrus 117,616 (55,245 pure) -- [FRESH] 1
4 SOS SZA 75,314 (326 pure) -7% 2 14
5 Manana Sera Bonito Karol G err err 3 3
6 Midnights Taylor Swift 46,124 (9,615 pure) -4% 5 21
7 Dangerous: The Double Album Morgan Wallen 42,749 (1,945 pure) -8% 6 114
8 Heroes & Villains Metro Boomin 38,364 (261 pure) -3% 7 15
9 Un Verano Sin Ti Bad Bunny 36,927 (419 pure) -2% 8 45
10 Her Loss Drake & 21 Savage 33,256 (102 pure) -2% 10 19
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why is X artist higher than Y artist on the 200 chart, even though X artist sold less?
A: This is because of a discrepancy between Billboard's ranking and the ranking from the website that the sales data is scraped from
Q: Where do you get the sales data from?
Q: What does "err" mean on the 200 chart?
A: If you are seeing "err", that means that the bot I use to gather chart data couldn't identify sales data for a particular album because of a difference in album naming between Billboard and HitsDailyDouble
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