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    Garrett was guilty of a personal foul roughing...

    Garrett was guilty of a personal foul roughing passer before Randolph even hit the ground..
    Pouncey for the Novel Prize!!!!
  2. Seems like a reasonable way to handle emergency...

    Seems like a reasonable way to handle emergency care for "indigents".
  3. Yes, it seems excessive however the bill refects...

    Yes, it seems excessive however the bill refects all the year's absorbed costs of a large proportion of people that get ER service and never pay. What would a car rental cost if 1/2 the people that...
  4. Thread: US Debt

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    yeah, why would you go into debt to avert the...

    yeah, why would you go into debt to avert the risk of losing your country (1943) when you can go into debt to buy good stuff (2013)?
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    And here I was thinking that large and growing...

    And here I was thinking that large and growing populations limiting arable land and increased centralized agribusinesses was the cause of reduced supply chains for produce that leads to these price...
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    Horror, I wasn't prepared for a hockey game to...

    Horror, I wasn't prepared for a hockey game to break out on Thursday night football!!!
  7. I think you misunderstood him, the solution they...

    I think you misunderstood him, the solution they are proposing is reasonable, they simply nationalize healthcare service, cap costs by law, single payer. The MDs in the world will all flock to the US...
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    If I'm the CEO of a bank or business making a...

    If I'm the CEO of a bank or business making a small fortune in contracts with the federal government I'm not the least bit worried about who's on the red side of that ledger.
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    I have a theory: on average ppl that fret over...

    I have a theory: on average ppl that fret over national debt are net tax payers and on average ppl who don't fret over national debt make a good living through contracts with the federal government...
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    You can hear the Grand Ol' Opry in Nashville...

    You can hear the Grand Ol' Opry in Nashville Tennessee, Its the home of country music on that we all agree, But when you cross that ol' Red River hoss, That just don't mean a thing..
    Once you're...
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    There is something really good about this Scott...

    There is something really good about this Scott Mitchell guy. Identifying the cities where a scarce few know who died for them and when is probably not the best use of commercial air time, but we...
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    Agree, he probably noticed that urban centers...

    Agree, he probably noticed that urban centers where immigrants dominate (Toronto) show no poppy. While places where native born Canadians (where relatives of the fallen heros dominate) did. It's not...
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    40 years ago in New England when I was a child...

    40 years ago in New England when I was a child folks wore the red or white poppy on memorial or veterans day. I don't see them anymore today. Where can I buy them !
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    I have got to drive to Tennessee someday just to...

    I have got to drive to Tennessee someday just to buy a few rounds for BillVol!
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    "How dare you"!

    "How dare you"!
  16. Something to be said for a moment of silence,...

    Something to be said for a moment of silence, much more powerful at these times than any anthem.

    One of the earliest and greatest of memorials:

    https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Simonides_of_Ceos
  17. When I was a kid in the 70s, the WW2 veterans...

    When I was a kid in the 70s, the WW2 veterans were the great men of the neighborhood/town/state/nation. My mother always made sure we knew of their deeds and that we showed them great respect and...
  18. One of the greatest athletes of the 1980s!

    One of the greatest athletes of the 1980s!
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    Either that or they will come to him looking for...

    Either that or they will come to him looking for betting tips.
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    Im tired the Gofers, it is seems like yesterday...

    Im tired the Gofers, it is seems like yesterday that they were atop the NCAA in 1941.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1941_college_football_season
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    I suspect that the Sooners just had a down week...

    I suspect that the Sooners just had a down week against a KSU team that was really fired up. The OKies had a very tough schedule early and maybe their morale was unprepared for this game, mental...
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    She was so beautiful.

    She was so beautiful.
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    So happy for LSU!!.. I knew their QB was for real...

    So happy for LSU!!.. I knew their QB was for real when they went to Austin and humiliated UT. LSU has beaten a number of top ranked teams on their opponents home turf, this team is headed for...
  24. Did they mention that the eunuchs were not...

    Did they mention that the eunuchs were not working hard labor 6 days per week?

    This is a perfect example where statistics void of a rational physical model is useless bean counting.
  25. Great question, and very hard to understand how...

    Great question, and very hard to understand how this barbaric procedure was practiced in Italy right into the 19th century.

    https://www.thevintagenews.com/2018/10/11/the-last-castrato-singers/
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