Cryptoquibbls

Predict the rise (or fall) of cryptocurrency Here are Quibbl's most recent questions about Bitcoin & other cryptocurrencies. Think you're an expert?  By Ben Purcell Investors riding high on the Bitcoin wave were reminded what a wipeout feels like when the cryptocurrency lost nearly half its value over a four-day period in late December. A quarter... Continue Reading →

NFL Week 16 Preview

A new weekly look at the best games, playoff implications, and stat spotlights that the NFL has to offer. By Gavin Byrnes Game Of The Week: Atlanta Falcons (9-5) at New Orleans Saints (10-4) Football Outsiders uses a metric called Defensive Yards Above Replacement, or DYAR, in its evaluation of individual players. It is complicated... Continue Reading →

So You Wanna Be A Hockey Fan?

By Dan Ducharme “It’s the greatest sport to watch in person” “We have the best playoffs” “These are the toughest players” … the list goes on and on whenever a casual sports fan asks a hockey die-hard about their beloved sport. Sure, you know it’s a dynamic, fast-paced sport with the occasional fight, but for... Continue Reading →

NFL Week 15 Preview

A new weekly look at the best games, playoff implications, and stat spotlights that the NFL has to offer. By Gavin Byrnes Game Of The Week: Los Angeles Rams (9-4) at Seattle Seahawks (8-5) This Sunday features an intense divisional match-up between two of the best teams in the league. The Los Angeles Rams, despite... Continue Reading →

Political Quibbls of the Week

Trending Quibbls A staff-curated list of questions up for discussion on Quibbl Politics By Jonathan Silverman Material Concerns The old ways are the best ways.  Concrete helped erect the Roman Empire, whose borders wrapped around the Mediterranean. While the longest border between two countries today is the U.S.'s northern border, there's no talk of a... Continue Reading →

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