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  1. Thread: '19 Paris DL

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    I guess that's possible. But it certainly...

    I guess that's possible. But it certainly sounded weird when they said it.
  2. Thread: '19 Paris DL

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    Absolutely!

    Absolutely!
  3. Thread: '19 Paris DL

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    A big of clueless announcing. The NBC SportsGold...

    A big of clueless announcing. The NBC SportsGold guys talked about what a great crowd it was. Almost full, they said, totally ignoring the fact that the entire upper deck along the home straight...
  4. How many of those 11 tests were...

    How many of those 11 tests were out-of-competition?
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    You are not alone.

    You are not alone.
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    I'm not sure what you mean when you tell them to...

    I'm not sure what you mean when you tell them to do quick research that is "not a simple Google search". I would imagine that any research using a cell phone would start with Google or a similar...
  7. Also ran the 800 in 1:53.17 in high school.

    Also ran the 800 in 1:53.17 in high school.
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    This is from a story about Kyle Merber's speaking...

    This is from a story about Kyle Merber's speaking to a HS Cross Country team in Westchester (NY) County:


    The 2016 Olympics were held in Atlanta? How did I miss that?
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    Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, Wiki...

    Meanwhile, on the other side of the pond, Wiki sez:

    >>In the UK, a survey showed that there were no mobile phone bans in schools in 2001 but by 2007, 50% of schools had banned mobile phones during...
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    An infant can never be a candidate for a Darwin...

    An infant can never be a candidate for a Darwin Award. Nor can those who kill others.
  11. Sorry. I didn't mean to imply that there was an...

    Sorry. I didn't mean to imply that there was an error in your post. You're quite right--the headline is misleading.
  12. As is mentioned in post #15, athletes can change...

    As is mentioned in post #15, athletes can change their whereabouts by sending a text message to the ADAMS system. Athletes do this all the time.
  13. Actually, according to that web page, those...

    Actually, according to that web page, those "administrative errors" are all considered Filing Failures. And, as the page points out:

    >>Any cumulation of three Missed Tests or Filing Failures in a...
  14. They may be the same sources, but it's very...

    They may be the same sources, but it's very significant that the AP has spoken to them and deemed them reliable enough to run the story. Now it's not just the Daily Mail, about which Wiki sez:
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    I think Atticus has a point. There should be...

    I think Atticus has a point. There should be better ways for that school to deal with those disruptions. Proper training and supervision of the teachers by the school, and proper management of the...
  16. The Daily Mail story is now linked in the front...

    The Daily Mail story is now linked in the front page headline section here. The Telegraph, a mainstream UK paper, now has the story, but it just cites the Daily Mail story and has no new info.
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    I don't think we really disagree. I have every...

    I don't think we really disagree. I have every reason to believe that the people at the Foundation are intelligent, have good common sense, and are honestly trying to determine whether individual...
  18. So far, this has shown up on the web only on the...

    So far, this has shown up on the web only on the Daily Mail site and a couple of others that simply cite the Daily Mail article. It's been out there for a few hours and I would imagine the wire...
  19. In Florida (and maybe elsewhere), some gas...

    In Florida (and maybe elsewhere), some gas stations sell wine.
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    Don't they have public address systems with...

    Don't they have public address systems with speakers in all the classrooms? That would get the word out in case of a school shooting. And parents can always let their kids know of an emergency the...
  21. Thread: Big Event

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    There are a few countries that have two capitals....

    There are a few countries that have two capitals. I don't think Switzerland is one of them.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_with_multiple_capitals
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    The say "verifiable by income tax statements",...

    The say "verifiable by income tax statements", which is not quite the same as requiring that income tax returns be attached. It seems to me that the concept of taxable income (whcih excludes...
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    The problem with that is that kids these days...

    The problem with that is that kids these days take notes on laptops rather than writing notes in longhand. It's more efficient. If the school is worried about kids surfing the web and sending...
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    I wrote: You (18.99s) replied: When...

    I wrote:



    You (18.99s) replied:



    When I wrote what I did, I had not looked at the application form. Now, having done so, don't see where it says that income tax returns are required. ...
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    I just took a look at the application form that...

    I just took a look at the application form that you referred to. I don't see the requirement of submitting a tax return. I also see a request for detailed information about sources of income and...
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