Logbook, September 9-15, 2019

September 9, 2019

I watched My Aftercare Routine & Essentials.

Logbook, September 2-8, 2019 https://t.co/sJFmOOzENz

I recommend this podcast - Ep.293 - Bruce McCulloch, CANADALAND

Thirty Helens agree that The Kids in the Hall was a watershed moment not just for Canadian comedy, but for comedy as we know it. Comedian Bruce McCulloch talks about the legacy of Canada’s weirdest sketch show, Lorne Michaels, and the CBC.

I read AI Is Coming for Your Favorite Menial Tasks.

I read Upcoming Album of the Week (Ending September 7, 2019).

I read Apparently No-One Wants to Live in Rural Lesbian Utopias Anymore :  What the Hell is Going on With Brexit?! : Vaping Is Causing Lung-Related Illnesses.

I read Kill Your Childhood Idols: Why Nostalgia Sucks.

I recommend you read A Good Place: Every Noise at Once does its darnedest to create order out of chaos.

I recommend you read furialog.

September 10, 2019

My tweets from the #AppleEvent:

September 11, 2019

Come to the Free Times Cafe in Toronto around 6pm tonight for a live performance of Fran’s Not Here! Who knows which ludicrously-famous celebrities may show up? #tiff #dontcomehere #toronto #tomhanks #guysitwontbetomhanks #butmaybe #nodontgivethemhope

Fran’s Not Here 40 - The Toronto Goodbye https://t.co/5aYqgdPwsF

September 13, 2019

I read [Blogroll keepers #2, (https://ift.tt/2Ne5ckN) Hustlers (2019),m and Lesser Known Love Languages.

September 13, 2019

I recommend this podcast - Regional Knife Law.

I read The Yorkville Swindler: How Albert Allan Rosenberg scammed his way into high society.

I read Sprawling out.

September 14, 2019

Do half a thing, open twitter tab, not knowing why, ever.

I watched REJECTED by DON HERTZFELDT (Blu-ray restoration).

I watched Master Z: Ip Man Legacy, 2018 - ★★★.

September 15, 2019

I wish I was better at audio editing. I’ve been making podcasts for 15 years. I’ve improved, but not at the rate I’d like.

I read John Mulaney Is More Than a Funny Guy in a Suit and Tie.

16/9/2019 · Logbook

Cura, September 16, 2019

Note: The playlist embedded above will always be the most recent playlist and might not match the list below.

Cura is my Spotify mixtape. You can listen to it and subscribe here. I keep it as one playlist so it’s easy to subscribe to. I update it fairly frequently, but I also keep an archive playlist so you don’t have to miss a thing.

I hope you like it. I made it for you.

Here’s the track listing for this week:

16/9/2019 · Mixtapes

Fran’s Not Here 40 - The Toronto Goodbye

Listen to or download episode 40

Recorded live at the Free Times Cafe on September 11, 2019.

It’s a much better title than Prime Minister” or whatever.

15/9/2019

Logbook, September 2-8, 2019

September 2, 2019

I read What In The World Is Final Fantasy? A Beginner’s Guide To The Biggest RPG Series On The Planet.

September 3, 2019

Four #podcasts , four very different title styles. ⁦ https://t.co/3xuUZICmxe

You’ve got to have freedom to Ape Out https://t.co/oFInfYG55E

Logbook, August 26-September 1, 2019 https://t.co/FFVCtGVj9j

I went to Therapy .

September 4, 2019

shhhhh, it’s okay. it’s okay. There’s a new Fran’s Not Here https://t.co/qC2mfMR2sx

Fran’s Not Here 39 - 2007 https://t.co/7XStuQCTN3

Peloton after 3 months https://t.co/LFAVU2hJrG

I watched The Valley of Gwangi, 1969 - ★. Let this be a lesson to you, ladies. Never tell Ken Doll about your tiny horse.

I read Journaling.

September 5, 2019

Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh! https://t.co/NDm2UssOZb

I recommend you read Magic Eraser Juice.

tfw when you see a listing in the print version of @nowtoronto for our upcoming show.

Come see us live! https://t.co/QUJlfDhoVl

September 6, 2019

I read FXs It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Takes an Unlikely Path to TV History.

9/9/2019 · Logbook

Peloton after 3 months

Peloton doesn’t bury its data export stuff deep in settings, either. It’s right there on the your workouts page. With this data, I can build some pivot tables in excel and get some data that’s useful to me.

I opened my Peloton account 96 days ago, on May 31, 2019. Here’s what I’ve got after three months.

Number of types of workout

Fitness Discipline Count
Cardio 1
Cycling 6
Meditation 24
Strength 48
Stretching 8
Yoga 14
Grand Total 101

Calories Burned (this would be massively approximate)

Fitness Discipline Calories Burned
Cardio 117
Cycling 399
Meditation
Strength 2508
Stretching 86
Yoga 568
Grand Total 3678

Time Spent in minutes

Fitness Discipline Minutes
Cardio 20
Cycling 215
Meditation 160
Strength 580
Stretching 40
Yoga 270
Grand Total 1285

Instructor Frequency

Instructor Number of classes
Aditi Shah 8
Ally Love 4
Andy Speer 2
Anna Greenberg 8
Becs Gentry 4
Cody Rigsby 1
Colleen Saidman Yee 1
Denis Morton 2
Emma Lovewell 23
Hannah Marie Corbin 2
Jennifer Jacobs 1
Jess King 4
Jess Sims 1
Kristin McGee 11
Matty Maggiacomo 2
Oliver Lee 3
Olivia Amato 5
Rebecca Kennedy 6
Robin Arzon 3
Ross Rayburn 9
Selena Samuela 1
Grand Total 101

Live vs On Demand

Class Type Count
Live 7
On Demand 94
Grand Total 101

Some data was blank because I only use the app subscription. I don’t have a Peloton bike or treadmill, so I have no data for:

That data would be cool to have, but it’s not Buy a Peloton Bike” cool. A Fitbit would probably give me approximates there. I know the stereotype for Peloton is that it’s ludicrously expensive, but the app subscription by itself is only CAD$20 a month. I’m pretty happy with it so far.

4/9/2019 · Fitness

Fran’s Not Here 39 - 2007

Listen to or download episode 39

Recorded live at the Free Times Cafe on August 14, 2019.

2007 was two years ago or whatever.

4/9/2019 · podcasts · fransnothere

You’ve got to have freedom to Ape Out

I was sitting at the ranch when You’ve got to have freedom” by Pharoah Sanders came on and it bothered me for like three days that I couldn’t think of the movie or the TV show that most recently heard this song on. I looked over all the Internet data bases that connect TV shows and movies to songs and nothing came up and it was really bothering me. Turns out the song was used for a trailer for a video game called Ape Out. So obviously the TV and movie and song data bases need to be updated to also include video games or else I’m just gonna keep going insane.

Also I might need to buy Ape Out.

3/9/2019 · video games · music

Logbook, August 26-September 1, 2019

August 26, 2019

I added Canon EF 40/2.8 STM Standard Lens, Black: Canon: Amazon.ca: Camera & Photo to my wishlist.

I recommend you read Writing is Easy Work, but Nothing Lasts Forever.

New writing workflow https://t.co/fexkHhuAMw

I watched The Curse of Evangelion.

August 27, 2019

New fave XKCD: How to Send a File.

Writers: you ever just dictate into your headphones out in public like a crazy person?

Movies I’d show in the office if such an occasion arose https://t.co/mNLG7CMTAr

August 28, 2019

I went to Therapy.

August 29, 2019

I read When Your Boss Is Also Your Boyfriend, Neon Genesis Evangelion”—“Rebuild of Evangelion”: It’s Happening Again, Astral Chain: The Kotaku Review, Pacific Breeze: Japanese City Pop, AOR & Boogie 1976-1986, and Peloton Is a Phenomenon. Can It Last?.

More accurate iPhone names, 2019 https://t.co/XYgLKWs0Rd

August 30, 2019

I added The classic and understated Caran d’Ache ballpoint pen, made from aluminium, exclusively features the Monocle and Caran d’Ache logos and will give you about 8,000 metres of gentle handwriting pleasure. Trust the Swiss to develop a pen of pinpoint accuracy and appeal that’s perfectly balanced, weighted and considered. Its hexagonal profile signifies its heritage, with the company name being a play on words based on the Russian term for pencil”. to my wishlist

August 31, 2019

I went to The Ex. I did not win at Ex Bingo.

September 1, 2019

Absolutely nothing.

1/9/2019 · Logbook

More accurate iPhone names, 2019

As the iPhone gets older and its naming scheme spirals into marketing nonsense, I thought it might be a good time to give people a better way to describe each generation. Updated for 2019, two weeks before the new iPhones are actually announced.

Original Name More Accurate Name
iPhone (2007) iPhone No Keyboard. $500?!?
iPhone 3G (2008) iPhone apps
iPhone 3GS (2009) iPhone Angry Birds
iPhone 4 (2010) iPhone You’re Holding it Wrong
iPhone 4S (2011) iPhone Siri Not Available
iPhone 5 (2012) iPhone Absolute Jewel
iPhone 5C (2013) iPhone Plastic
iPhone 5S (2013) iPhone The Good One
iPhone 6 & 6 Plus (2014) iPhone Wide Boi
iPhone 6S & 6S Plus (2015) iPhone Wide Bois
iPhone SE (2016) iPhone The Good One Again
iPhone 7 & 7 Plus (2016) iPhone Darth Vader
iPhone 8 & 8 Plus (2017) iPhone 7S
iPhone X (2017) iPhone Rich Boi
iPhone XS & XS Max (2018) iPhone Rich Bois
iPhone XR (2018) iPhone Touch
iPhone 11 (2019) What’s in my backpack unboxing video
iPhone 11 Pro & Pro Max (2019) Apple Card
29/8/2019 · iphone · tech

Movies I’d show in the office if such an occasion arose

Organized by decade

40s

50s

60s

70s

I don’t own any office-appropriate films from the 70s, nor do I believe any exist.

80s

90s

2000s

2010s

27/8/2019 · Movies

New writing workflow

I made a new iOS shortcut to do quick novel writing a few times a day. But shit, I’m going to have to type in Drafts because Scrivener has a bug in iOS 13. It’ll just capitalize random characters. I don’t know if it’s Scrivener or my bluetooth keyboard, but that’s okay. It’ll be a little easier in Drafts. Less baggage. This is my fourth or fifth time using this script. I read a thing today that suggested the following advice: if closed, knock. That’s what I’m trying to do with this writing practice. So a few times a day for at least 90 seconds, I write some stuff and hopefully it works. If I find myself in a flow state I’ll go longer. If I find it might work in the book, it’ll go in the book. I want to think about the book a little bit more often, and I think a few reminders will help. The Tuesday night writing thing was nice but it didn’t do too much in terms of actually moving the book forward.

So the plan is to write sketches multiple times a day. Try for 5 sketches. 2-3 minutes of writing. None of it has to fit. None of it has to matter.

But once every few days, read them. Filter. Decide if they fit. Re-write them a little to loosely fit a part of the book.

And really, I’m disappointed with part 2 so far. It’s flat. It doesn’t have the electricity that part 1 had. So maybe this’ll help. Pump it with a little chaotic electricity.

26/8/2019 · writing · iOS · Drafts

Logbook, August 19-25, 2019

Monday, August 19

Logbook, August 12-18, 2019 https://t.co/pLXqkekVie

I recommend this episode of Kotaku Splitscreen: How To Avoid Internet Distractions.

Cura, August 15, 2019 https://t.co/UpXAXKXMyJ

Creating a Recommended podcast episodes” Airtable that updates with iOS Shortcuts https://t.co/cWzDUOp36y

August 20, 2019

I read Travel / Walking Gear. God, Craig Mod owns nice stuff.

Fran’s Not Here 38 - Three Hours https://t.co/2MDgpbUK3C

I read You’ve got to write… A 33 step guide on how to write..

I recommend this podcast - You are a computer Athlete,

I recommend you read You’ve got to write… A 33 step guide on how to write..

I read I Hate These Chairs.

August 21, 2019

So there’s lots of good tech podcasts that hover around Apple. Are there any good ones with different companies at its center? I feel a little bored with Apple punditry.

The video for Normani - Motivation is straight out of the mid-90s in terms of not only r&b but the three-dance structure of a pop video. Great throwback song.

I watched Where Zombies Come From.

I read Fun Economic Facts.

August 22, 2019

I added Super Mario Maker 2 for Nintendo Switch to my wishlist

I rated When Tomorrow Comes, 1939 - ★½. There’s an off-screen Donald Duck cameo for no reason at all and It’s all I’ve thought about since.

I watched Miike Snow - Genghis Khan (Official Video).

I read Why All Of Our Games Look Like Crap.

I recommend you read Why All Of Our Games Look Like Crap.

I read Advice on writing, In defense of reading the same book over and over again, and The age of comfort TV: why people are secretly watching Friends and The Office on a loop.

August 23, 2019

Instead of making new Spiderman flicks, couldn’t we just release Into the Spiderverse every eight months until people actually watch it?

Some have told me I’m too controversial’ to have an athleisure line” is my new drag name. https://t.co/Xz6K6wYS3T

I recommend this podcast - http://dobyfriday.com/146,

Ever wish you could retweet two tweets at once? @infinite_scream @lmatsakis https://t.co/7OG1qqn0da

Real effective there, do not disturb. #iOS13 https://t.co/xxeqMME4zY

I recommend this podcast - The Secret Life of Alex Goldman.

I watched Broadway Melody of 1940, 1940 - ★★½. Maybe don’t put a juggler girl that good in your first act if you want us to pay attention to anything afterwards. The movie should have ended with the love triangle all getting fired and having Frank Morgan bring her back to juggle into the credits. It would have paid off the crazy antics and tied the whole thing in a bow.

August 24, 2019

I watched Myra Breckinridge, 1970 - ★★★★. The letterboxd average for this movie is crazy. An almost equal amount of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 star reviews.

I read Every productivity thought I’ve ever had, as concisely as possible.

August 25, 2019

Afternoon Tea at Old Mill Toronto for 3.

26/8/2019 · Logbook

Letting go of word count

I’m pretty much in complete agreement with Britta C. here in her Medium post: Why I no longer focus on a daily word count goal - The Writing Cooperative:

It winds up taking me an hour or two just to crank out 200 words. And most of the time they’re not even a good 200 words. And I know you might be thinking: your problem isn’t with having a word count goal — it’s with the fact that you allow yourself to get distracted.” And you’re not exactly wrong.

Which leads her to the next step: setting a timer and trying to stay focused instead of chasing a simple word count goal:

In 30 focused minutes, I usually write 500–700 words. They may not always be GREAT words, but they’re not as disjointed as they were when I was following the half-assed 200 words a day method. And I’m writing double the words in half the time, without even thinking about word count.

I think this is something I’m going to try to bake into my day.

21/8/2019 · Links · Writing Advice

Creating a Recommended podcast episodes” Airtable that updates with iOS Shortcuts

As I write this sentence, I have no idea how to do this. But by the end of the blog, hopefully I’ll have figured it out. If at the end of this I still have no idea how to do it, I’ll still post the blog but write Help!” on twitter, perhaps @ other people who might know better how to do this stuff.

Here’s what I want to have happen. When I listen to a podcast and like it, I want to say to my phone recommend podcast.” I want those two words to trigger automatic computer things that do the job of putting an entry in a spreadsheet.

I want to do this because I figure it’s the perfect way to learn more about the Airtable API, and put all the podcast episodes I like into one place.

So, here’s what I did.

I created the Airtable database and filled in the recommended shortcuts from this blog going back to fall last year.

I searched Routinehub for a few Airtable shortcuts that might show me how to put this together.

I took a few minutes to figure out where the API documentation resides on Airtable.com. It’s in Help”!

I watched Automators 24: Blog Post Editorial Calendar in AirTable with Shortcuts. Then, I downloaded the sample base and shortcut from the tutorial.

So based on that advice, I made a txt file with the API key. I grabbed the url and placed it in the shortcut. And I modified the fields to match my database.

Then, I pre-pended these shortcut items with my current Share Overcast” shortcut items.

I got a No URL Specified” error. So I watched the video again and fixed my error. I’d accidentally selected Get URL from file” as opposed to URL.

It didn’t give me an error the next time, but it also didn’t actually send anything to Airtable. So I deleted the txt KEY file and just pasted in the key and renamed some of the columns. This time it got a little farther, but I got a new error:

{“error”:{“type”:“INVALID_VALUE_FOR_COLUMN”,“message”:“Field Last Modified” cannot accept a value because the field is computed”}}

So I deleted the Last Modified” field and tried again. And this time it worked! I got this result:

{“id”:“recAvI1IWUE7ibpfk”,“createdTime”:“2019-08-19T18:06:03.000Z”,“fields”:{“Episode Title”:“Kotaku”,“Last Modified”:“2019-08-19T18:06:03.000Z”,“Episode URL:“https:\/\/overcast.fm\/+FKOa63VXI}}

The airtable database updated with the Overcast URL and the title that I wrote in (unfortunately Overcast will only give me a URL, nothing else).

Then I put the txt file for the API key back in, since that was never actually a problem. My columns just needed to be types in properly.

I added in Ask for Show Title” and Ask for description” text inputs so that they can be included along with the URL. Getting that automated will be extra credit on this project, but as it stands, I’ve made this work for now.

20/8/2019 · Airtable · Shortcuts

Fran’s Not Here 38 - Three Hours

Listen to or download episode 38

Recorded live at the Free Times Cafe on August 14, 2019.

I can’t stay. I’ve already been here too long or whatever.

20/8/2019 · podcasts · fransnothere

Logbook, August 12-18, 2019

Monday, August 12

I read Read Look Think 161. So glad to see this link blog back.

I recommend you read How a Parry Saved Street Fighter: 20 Years of 3rd Strike and It’s A Good Time For A Street Fighter III Revival.

I wrote a quick review of the Apple USB 3 to Lightning Camera Adapter https://t.co/Uw94w1k9Eh

I recommend you read On the Troubling Subtext of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Why can’t we just call things unkind?.

Tuesday, August 13

I went to Therapy.

Wednesday, August 14

I added Metal Gear Solid by Ashly and Anthony Burch — Boss Fight Books to my wishlist

Thursday, August 15

I read What Are You Secretly Good At?. I read What’s the Most Memorable Thing a Therapist Ever Told You?.

Friday, August 16

I read Mastery.

I had family in town so I became a bit of a Toronto tourist. I took them on a tour of the waterfront on the Kajama, a ship I used to work on in college as a DJ. Then we hit up the distillery district, followed by dinner at Superpoint.

I read What Fire Emblem: Three Houses Gets Right (And Wrong) About Teaching, and The best $20,000 I ever spent: Starbucks every day of my adult life, and Siri, Privacy, and Trust.

Saturday, August 17

More Toronto tourist stuff with fam. Frans for breakfast, then St Lawrence market, Chinatown, Sonic boom, Graffiti alley, and Kensington, with stops in Longboard Living, Ozzy’s burgers, and Ronnie’s.

We put on our third Glamdrunk movie night, this time showing off 1976’s The Ritz.

Sunday, August 18

We went to see Scott Pilgrim on the big screen at The Royal. Bryan Lee O Malley was there to introduce the movie!

19/8/2019 · Logbook

Cura, August 15, 2019

Note: The playlist embedded above will always be the most recent playlist and might not match the list below.

Cura is my Spotify mixtape. You can listen to it and subscribe here. I keep it as one playlist so it’s easy to subscribe to. I update it fairly frequently, but I also keep an archive playlist so you don’t have to miss a thing.

I hope you like it. I made it for you.

Here’s the track listing for this week:

15/8/2019 · Mixtapes

Logbook, August 4-11, 2019

I’m changing up the logbook to weekly because daily is a lot. It’s not that it was hard to make, but it’s not great to have to read.

August 4, 2019

Never underestimate Toronto’s ability to underwhelm with a live event.

Played a round of Ping Pong King.

Went on a date.

August 5, 2019

I read Three Kinds of Writing, Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master in the shadow of the Intellectual Dark Web’, and Neon Genesis Evangelion,” Episodes 23–24: Knocking on Heaven’s Door.

I went to bed around 11:06 pm.

August 6, 2019

oookay getting off twitter until everyone’s had their 30-50 shots with this joke. exactly. https://t.co/wycI2rsuYd

if twitter were around in the 30s we’d be making jokes about silly things right wingers do instead of stopping them.

Like we are now. https://t.co/DB2pLBRIz8

I took the TTC.

I read For a Better Marriage, Act Like a Single Person, and How Can I Train Myself to Want Less Stuff?.

I wrote a blog about Animal Crossing New Leaf https://t.co/1fFhHuIc7V

According to https://t.co/pdCbw2KpBw, the past even one generation back is just the worst forever.

This episode of Call Her Daddy was a riot

Walked right by this for five years, only saw it today for the first time. Near twenty years in Toronto, still finding pretty stuff. https://t.co/mAfHxv3Y5c https://t.co/FSweSdK1NQ

August 9, 2019

Can I be in one of those Ancestry.ca ads? I thought there’d at least be something non-english in there. But nope. All white. Literally the whitest. Goddamn basic vanilla frap white.”

I made a mixtape: Cura, August 8, 2019 https://t.co/DMqYZSP6An

I watched In the Soup, 1992 - ★★.

August 10, 2019

I went to The Summit, an all-women’s wrestling show. Summerslam was this weekend and it attracted a number of indie shows. The last time I went to summerlam in Toronto I stopped watching WWE for nearly five years. So yeah. I went to a great women’s show this morning instead. Here’s the photos

I read Bye-Bye iPad.

August 11, 2019

I wrote up this thing, which does take a minute. I embedded all those wrestling photos into the Summit posts. Caught up on the G1. Sent some invoices, did some mic tests for the upcoming Fran’s Not Here live show on Wednesday. Computers are hard!

12/8/2019 · Logbook

Apple USB 3 to Lightning Camera Adapter Review

This is a weird one. It doesn’t do what I thought it might. With iOS 13, Apple’s newest iPhone OS, you can finally plug in flash drives and external storage. However, you need an adapter. This software upgrade is intended for the iPad, but it is supposed to work with the iPhone as well. So I tried it.

If you plug a usb thumb drive into this dingus, it won’t work. But if you plug the dingus into a power source and try again (the dingus has a USB port and a lightning port for power), it will work. That’s neat! It’s not worth $50 Canadian dollars, but it’s neat.

The actual neat trick this dingus performs is with Microphones. I was able to get my Blue Snowball mic working with GarageBand on the iPhone. The recording sounded pretty reverb-heavy, and I was not able to figure out how to fix that. But hey, as a technical check mark, it gets it. However, it just isn’t going to be the great portable podcast machine that a few other bloggers have suggested (they may be a little too used to living in dongle-town).

It might be worth the money if it worked with proper external hard drives. But even with power, it wasn’t enough to keep my external drive booted. The drive always gave up with the saddest little noise.

Now, neither of these things are really what this dingus was built for. It was for transferring images from a camera using the USB port. And this works! At least, so long as you make sure it’s plugged into power.

Return.

12/8/2019 · tech · apple

Photos from The Summit

Photos taken on the August 10 The Summit” all-women’s wrestling show at the Midtown Event Theatre.

Rosemary

A tender moment

Shotzi Blackheart

Shotzi Blackheart vs Delilhah Doom

Shotzi Blackheart vs Delilhah Doom

Shotzi Blackheart vs Delilhah Doom

Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas

Zoe Lucas

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Zoe Lucas vs Aerial Monroe

Bull Nakano

Bull Nakano

Aerial Monroe

Aerial Monroe

Aerial Monroe

Priscilla Kelly

Lufisto

Lufisto vs Allysin Kay vs Cheerleader Melissa vs Priscilla Kelly

Lufisto vs Allysin Kay vs Cheerleader Melissa vs Priscilla Kelly

Lufisto vs Allysin Kay vs Cheerleader Melissa vs Priscilla Kelly

Lufisto vs Allysin Kay vs Cheerleader Melissa vs Priscilla Kelly

Lufisto vs Allysin Kay vs Cheerleader Melissa vs Priscilla Kelly

Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez vs Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez vs Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez vs Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez vs Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez vs Jordynne Grace

Mercedes Martinez

Nicole Savoy vs Nicole Matthews

Nicole Savoy vs Nicole Matthews

Nicole Savoy vs Nicole Matthews

Nicole Savoy vs Nicole Matthews

Nicole Savoy vs Nicole Matthews

Nicole Savoy and Aerial Monroe

Nicole Savoy and Aerial Monroe, Nicole Matthews in foreground

Nicole Savoy

Nicole Savoy and Aerial Monroe

10/8/2019 · wrestling · photos

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