Bootleg footage from one of Chappelle’s performances at Radio City Music Hall.
The story goes: Adolf Hitler’s official photographer, Heinrich Hoffman, took these photographs of Hitler practicing his exaggerated hand gestures for future speeches. Upon seeing the negatives, Hitler ordered the photos to be destroyed. Instead, Hoffman hid them, and after the seizure of his archives, they were unearthed to the public for our viewing pleasure.
Almost as funny as the recent revelation that the Nazi “perfect Aryan” poster child was actually Jewish.
“If Barca-Messi and Argentina-Messi Were Two Different People There’s A Good Chance They’d Be The Two Best Players In The World.”
The staticians over at Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight analyze Lionel Messi.
By now I’ve studied nearly every aspect of Messi’s game, down to a touch-by-touch level: his shooting and scoring production; where he shoots from;how often he sets up his own shots; what kind of kicks he uses to make those shots; his ability to take on defenders; how accurate his passes are; the kind of passes he makes; how often he creates scoring chances; how often those chances lead to goals; even how his defensive playmaking compares to other high-volume shooters.
And that’s just the stuff that made it into this article. I arrived at a conclusion that I wasn’t really expecting or prepared for: Lionel Messi is impossible.