If you google second best Coyote, you get a picture of a really cute looking pooch standing behind two super-imposed guns, for what appears to be an article on the top 100 guns for killing coyotes.
If dog is man's best friend, then Coyotes are a hobo's best friend, and either way, killing them is sick. But using and then ranking 100 guns? Or even knowing which guns are better and worse for killing one specific animal? That's nuts.
One presumes that you'd have to try over 100 guns to come up with the best 100, so how many Coyotes did this guy kill?
I don't know, but nothing will out you faster as a Trump supporter than ranking guns, that is for sure.
If you google second best Coyote, you shouldn't get some cute little pup who was presumably murdered by an illiterate, you should get Taylor Hall.
With 10 goals and 27 points in 35 games, you wouldn't think that Hall had all that successful of a season once joining Arizona.
Afterall, they were doing great when they acquired him and were complete garbage afterwards.
The thing is though, Hall was actually kind of great.
Sure, the Coyotes were terrible, but that wasn't his fault. They were only good in the first place because of Kuemper, and he was injured right around the same time as the team acquired Hall.
Hall may not have scored as much as expected but he was excellent. 50% GF 52% expected goals, and 56% dangerous scoring chance percentage.
Those are pretty great numbers for a guy playing on one of the worst statistical teams in the NHL, with almost no help, and with being an easy target for other teams to focus on.
Hall can do better, and he likely will. But even if he doesn't re-sign, he is still the single most talented player to ever play for this franchise.
Give him a couple seasons here and he will move to the top of this list easily.
Top 50 Films of All-Time
49: Oh Brother Where Art Though?
48: Role Models
47: the Rock
46: Mission Impossible Franchise
45: Nicholas Cage Man Tetrology
43: The Art of Self Defense
41: The Winter Soldier
39: The 6th Day
38: Groundhog Day
37. The Batman Trilogy - Christopher Nolan
36: Jackie Brown
34: Who Framed Roger Rabbit
32: Adventure Land
31: Eyes Wide Shut
30: Semi Pro
29. Endgame/Ragnorak Trilogy
28. Baby Driver
24: Catch Me If You Can
22: Pop Star: Never Stop Stopping
21: Passenger 57
20: The John Hughes Trilogy
18: Source Code
17 Live. Die. Repeat
16. The Lethal Weapon Franchise
14: The Fugitive
13: The Prestige
12: Enemy of the State
11: Con Air
10: High Fidelity
08: the Terminator
07: the Royal Tannenbaums
05: Total Recall
04: Blade Runner
03: Die Hard
The second best movie of all-time is not really a trilogy, but one awesome nine hour movie.
I am speaking of course of Peter Jackson's masterpiece Lord of the Rings.
This movie may be light in explosions and full frontal nudity, but what it lacks in the basics, it makes up for with perfect casting, a near-perfect adaption of a perfect book, and Gandolf.
The only complaint you can make about this movie is that they cut Tom Bombadil, a decision that would ruin any other movie, but barely makes a dent in this because it is perfect, except for a notable lack of singing (not to mention explosions and nudity).
So many great things about this movie, but my favorite part is when Boramir goes nuts and tries to take the ring from Frodo, only to regain his conscience and go out like a hero.
Even Kelly-Anne Conway as hideous orc #4 can't ruin the fun.