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  1. Marlboros,Buds & JD.At 65 love sitting back & watching lefties over blow shit like "we hate all republicans until they say bad shit about Trump" or " The squad's the future of the dem party" I will outlive all of your asses & will be happy to help roll you feet first out of the church.
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  2. And in equally riveting news, Vermont now produces half of the US half of the US maple syrup. https://vermontbiz.com/news/2020/june/22/vermont-maple-production-now-more-half-us-total
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  3. This is incredibly dishonest. Comparing two divisions (Texas) to one (California) and an objective playoff (Texas) to a subjective one (California).
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  4. They'll be alright its really incomprehensible for them.
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  5. WASHINGTON (AP) — Boastful on the occasion of Memorial Day, President Donald Trump and his Veterans Affairs secretary are claiming full credit for health care improvements that were underway before they took office. Trump said he passed a private-sector health care program, Veterans Choice, after failed attempts by past presidents for the last “45 years.” That’s not true. The Choice program, which allows veterans to see doctors outside the government-run VA system at taxpayer expense, was first passed in 2014 under President Barack Obama. I hope this helps.
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  6. Fixing the VA was very nice of Trump. So much to thank him for. I like how he donated his salary too. It is probably a good thing that the meme didn't mention that it would take a couple of centuries of being President to make up for the golf trips, at the taxpayer expense, he made during his 4 years. Successful trip to Asia was a nice touch as well.
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  7. Listen to his reasons why he’s at a HBCU It’s not just about winning swac titles, etc. based on what he’s said it’s a calling, not another job. (In the blk community when a person says they’re called to do something, it’s meaningful, not about just monetary opportunities)
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  8. it’s obvious you have no idea what he has said about being at a HBCU and the importance of developing the black athletes there. He has specifically called out what he saw as a bias towards drafting HBCU players and he is dedicated to correcting that. when you conveniently sacrifice those principles for money you are a sellout.
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  9. How would he be a sellout? Y’all are idiots. If he gets a better job making more money that isn’t selling out, that’s taking advantage of an opportunity. I guess neither of you would take a better job making more money if given the opportunity. Lest you be called a sellout. Just dumb.
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  10. Yes sir ✌️✌️ High ceiling and a great teammate and leader. Glad he’s staying home. CJ Williams makes it official. Headed to SC!
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  11. This thread is brought to you by @GardenStateBaller @Gardensateballer etc...
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  12. Not anymore. For example OLU just finished 5th in league and then won the CIFSS D2 Champs.
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  13. Klubnik is no James johnson, servites most recent QB transfer!! Just ask Sammy!
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  14. The theopochtimes? LMAO Do you have any idea what a crap source is? These sources will not do if you want to be considered a serious person. BTW, Hydroxychloroquine/Ivermectin/other treatments were not suppressed at all. They do not work as a treatment for covid 19.
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  15. Holy shit, can you believe that Florida produces more oranges than Alaska? Who would have known?
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  16. He knows that. Why he plays dumb is beyond me
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  17. If your top teams aren't as good (and they're not) then its easier to have what some might call parity.
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  18. Lots of that story meant plenty of sense 😉
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  19. Biden, Democrats head into 2022 midterms with feistier message and slightly better polls. Is it enough? Phillip M. Bailey and Joey Garrison, USA TODAY Sun, January 9, 2022, 10:22 AM WASHINGTON – Mary Ann Chaffin, an 86-year-old retired small business owner from Aurora, Colorado, believes the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol was "disgusting" and "very disheartening." She's concerned democracy in the U.S. is "in peril." She wishes "more brave Republicans" would condemn the attack waged by supporters of former President Donald Trump one year ago. And yet Chaffin isn't ready to commit to voting for Democratic congressional candidates in this year's midterm elections. A self-described independent, Chaffin is no fan of President Joe Biden's Build Back Better social-spending agenda. "Thank God for Joe Manchin," she said, praising the moderate West Virginia Democrat who is blocking the bill in the Senate. "It disturbs me what's happening to the Republican Party, and it disturbs me what's happening to the Democratic Party as we lean more and more towards socialism," Chaffin said. Led by President Joe Biden's searing speech on Thursday – in which he pinned blame for the Jan. 6 attack squarely on Trump – Democrats head into the new year with a reinvigorated message warning that the fate of democracy is at stake as Trump and his Republican allies continue to push false allegations that the 2020 election was fraudulent. But Democrats face a risk if they make saving democracy their campaign mantra in the 2022 midterms. Polling suggests their warnings haven't resonated with voters in their uphill bid to keep control of Congress. And with rising inflation and soaring COVID-19 cases, Democrats could appear tone deaf to pocketbook issues if they pin their political hopes on the more abstract issue of preserving democracy. "There's not much evidence that making democracy itself the issue is effective for winning votes when other issues are more important to voters," said Matt Grossman, who heads the Institute for Public Policy and Social Research at Michigan State University. "Overall, (Democrats) understand that this is not a top-tier concern for most swing voters," he said, predicting "it is generally not going to be the message to run in ads." More: A year after Jan. 6, Americans say democracy is in peril but disagree on why: USA TODAY/Suffolk poll *** BESTPIX *** WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 06: President Joe Biden gives remarks in Statuary Hall of the U.S Capitol on January 6, 2022 in Washington, DC. One year ago, supporters of President Donald Trump attacked the U.S. Capitol Building in an attempt to disrupt a congressional vote to confirm the electoral college win for Joe Biden. (Photo by Greg Nash-Pool/Getty Images) ORG XMIT: 775759038 ORIG FILE ID: 1237564065 More A disconnection for voters Economic woes, including rising inflation, still rank at the top of voters' priorities in the midterms, according to Gallup's latest tracking poll in November, with 26% of voters saying it's the most important problem facing the nation. Thirteen percent of Americans said the COVID-19 pandemic is the top issue. Elections and election reform did not even break 1%. That doesn't mean the majority of voters weren't unnerved by the Jan. 6 attack. A new USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll found the majority of Americans, 53%, believe the Jan. 6 attack sought to overturn legitimate election results, compared to 29% who said the riot was a protest aimed at preventing election fraud. Fifty percent of Americans said the rioters acted criminally, and only 5% said they acted appropriately. Another 38% said they "went too far, but had a point." Most voters are not connecting Jan. 6 to new voting restrictions passed by Republican-controlled legislature in many states, even those most of the new limits are inspired by Trump's false allegations of voter fraud. In his speech, Biden called the measures "wrong, undemocratic and frankly, un-American." He and other Democrats have argued the restrictions are designed to suppress turnout among voters of color. Yet the poll found 48% of Americans believe the laws are intended to make elections more secure, while 42% said they are designed to make it easier for Republicans to win elections. Lorreta Lawson, a 50-year-old home life security tech who lives in Phoenix, said she doesn't believe what happened on Jan. 6 will be at the forefront of most voters' minds come November. But after witnessing multiple calls for audits and recounts of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona, she fears a GOP takeover of the House. "If they take the House, nothing is going to be done about Jan. 6," Lawson, who is an independent, told USA TODAY. "I think they're going to pretty much push it up under the rug and forget it, but that's something you can't forget." Tina Shupp, 58, a parks and recreation employee from New Oxford, Pa., said she has "serious" concerns about the Jan. 6 attack. An independent voter who leans Democrat, Shupp called it "pathetic" that so few Republicans showed up for Thursday's remembrances at the U.S. Capitol. She said she hopes voters will consider democracy as a top issue in the midterms but isn't optimistic. "I think people believe what they believe and you can't tell them anything," she said. A glimmer of hope for Democrats? Democrats don't need to be reminded of their headwinds in this election cycle. Biden's approval ratings are hovering around 40%, and he is struggling to deliver on his agenda. Inflation and COVID-19 cases aren't going away, and congressional redistricting in Republican-led state legislatures will boot some Democrats from office. Then there's the historical reality: a sitting president's party typically loses seats in Congress during the first midterm election. So far this election cycle, more than two dozen Democratic members of Congress have announced they will not seek re-election, a sign of the difficult election climate facing the party. But Biden's speech – and a trip to Atlanta on Tuesday where he will talk about voting-rights legislation – come as Democrats have rebounded slightly from a low-point in November. The USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll found Democrats have reclaimed the lead in the generic congressional ballot, with Americans saying they favor unnamed Democratic candidates over Republicans 39%-37% in November's midterm elections. That erased an 8-percentage-point advantage Republicans held in a November survey by USA TODAY/Suffolk University. Democrats made gains in the latest survey among a broad cross-section of voters, including independents, women and seniors. Still, it's not a reason for Democrats to celebrate. In 2020, Democrats held a 10-percentage-point advantage in the USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll. But when voters cast their ballots, Republicans flipped 15 Democratic House seats even though Biden carried the top of the ticket. Overall, the GOP gained a net of 12 seats, despite trailing in the generic congressional poll. Republicans even lagged in surveys conducted before their party made big electoral gains in 2010 and 2014, the last two midterms during a Democratic presidency. "It's certainly a green shoot in what was a scene of dying weeds," David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center, said of the gains Democrats seem to have made in the most recent survey. Paleologos attributed the GOP edge in November's survey to education issues, including so-called critical race theory, which Republicans used to their advantage in reaching out to suburban parents. The latest turnaround, he said, "shows opportunity" for Democrats, although Paleologos predicted it will be a "tough slog" to reach the polling numbers they need to maintain control of the House and Senate. Veteran Republican pollster Frank Luntz said the current dynamics clearly favor Republicans. Biden's approval rating, according to the Real Clear Politics average of polls, stands at 42%, only a slight bump from 41% in November. "It's hard to run against history. But it's equally hard when every day brings about new economic numbers, COVID numbers and immigration numbers," Luntz said. Democracy bigger than politics, some say Luntz, who worked for Speaker Newt Gingrich during Republicans' historic House takeover in 1994, said the parallels between today and 1994, President Bill Clinton's first midterm, are "frighteningly similar." But he said Republicans should not be "measuring the drapes" yet, adding that the10 months before next November is "a lifetime" in politics. "The Democrats have not lived up to expectations, but the Republicans have to prove that they can do a better job. That's what 2022 is about," Luntz said. Scot Van Handel, 50, a construction business owner in Hortonville, Wisc., and a political independent, said he believes the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol "went a little bit too far." But he said he's not worried about something similar happening again. "I don’t believe there's a threat to our actual democracy," he said, adding that he's hoping the House swings back to Republicans in the fall. Even if fighting for voting rights and democracy isn't the recipe for Democratic success in November, some say the goal is much bigger than electoral politics. "It's true that the median voter does not think about, and extremely rarely votes based on, democratic erosion," Jonathan Ladd, an associate professor at Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy and the Department of Government, wrote in a recent Twitter post. But there's still reason to "sound the alarm," Ladd said. "Democracy survives because the political class supports it and shuns those who don't."
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  20. You gotta stop brother, they aren’t understanding this. If DV played MD how Cen10 did we’d be hearing much different talk. DV was tied in TX biggest classifications state championship in the 4th quarter. They had more transfers than MD and Cen10 this year too. (They’re very quiet about that) DV is just a regular ol public school that got a lot better when samples showed up and TX is super deep! 😂 Even if the state championship has been the same two teams 3 times in the last 4 years! #depth #txbest
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  21. It makes it the same dynamic. That’s the point.
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  22. That doesn’t make sense when three different teams have beaten North Shore for the last three years.
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  23. You are a low human being and that is being nice. On that day, you shall answer for you.
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  24. That’s not much of a moral victory. They lost big: 42-12 and 52-14. 😂 And they play MD and SJB often, they should be familiar with them and be able to score points and be competitive every now and then. They are a top 5 program in Cali
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  25. Larry you’re the troglodyte that couldn’t define “sell out” nor what “being called” to a job meant. But yet you talk a lot. Typical. I’m glad I had this quick convo because you reinforced thoughts I already have about some ppl on issues like this. Thanks now back to my convo with @Ga96 On this topic.
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  27. Yes it’s an urban term. It has an impactful meaning. To sellout is to compromise ones integrity, morality authenticity or principles in exchange for personal gain , such as money. the principles are the God directed ones he mentioned in his video. To abandon those now for money would be selling out as defined above. you were confused (emoji) when I posted he said he was “called” to an HBCU. To make that type of claim is very meaningful, it means that a person is doing a particular job or task as directed by God with a Godly purpose, not defined by man-made goals such as career advancement or money.
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  28. Nothing makes a left winger more angry than someone saying live your life and enjoy your freedom 😡😡😡
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  29. This is why I rarely engage people on issues like this anymore, most are generally clueless about what’s going on from a black perspective.
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  30. I know Texas football which is why I seem so critical.
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  31. Belfort basically grayshirted. He was supposed to be class of 2024 but when COVID hit his old man held him back a year. There's actually a funny article floating around the internet where the kid claims that he was going to come in and beat Zion out in 2020 as a Freshman. For the record, his dad is UFC star Vitor Belfort. Living in South Florida I have some Brazilian friends and he's a big deal in the community. Runs his own gym. Crazy cultish following. I get a big entitlement vibe with his kid.
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  32. It would be disappointing if he turned out to be a sellout. But we’ll see.
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  33. Deion Sanders wont be at JSU much longer... Bank it... When they start seeing the pull he has he'll get a big time job offer...
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  34. Love it. Now if the boosters and alumni invest in providing top notch facilities and resources for the student athletes this will become regular. Two top 100 players is a great start but is it sustainable if prime leaves in a couple years for a P5 job?
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  35. They are a great public school imo. Super coach and offensive game plan. Sticking with one season, CC was darn close to pulling it out while DV wasn’t. Frog is a big boy. I replied to his private recruited up CA schools with a public power almost taking down the MNC.
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  36. And miss the receiver by 30 yards.
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  37. Yes they are a good public school but it’s not as if they haven’t had their asses handed to them by SJB and MD within the past few years. I think folks need to get off DVs back.
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  38. And Sammy saying “Yeah, I’ve seen the list.” Remember that?
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  39. Servite 2011… it’s been awhile, maybe last 10 in a row? CC 2015… lost last 3 meetings I believe. CC is a public school… something I hope registered to Frog without my mentioning it prior. A damn good one that is no easy out.
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  40. Bruh they went back to NLU!!! (ULM used to be Northeast Louisiana University...Had a cousin play WLB there)
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  41. Yep! The reality is this stuff happens all the time, wife and kids leave an abusive husband and enrolls her kids at another school. No one bats an eye if it’s not a star athlete. Life happens and people react accordingly. UIL needs to butt out completely regarding transfers. They should focus on safety and competition protocol, scheduling and rules. That’s it!
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  42. And your point is meaningless since you're not a doctor or a scientist and your opinion is usually refuted by your own sources. You have an agenda and you try to push it by any means necessary.
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  43. most of the things on this list are mistakes the clown made....😉..tell Sean...his personal T.V. propaganda robot.
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  44. what legislation did he pass??..nothing..all he did was sign off to tax cut for the rich in between his lies....gas prices are stable....the stock market is booming...we have an Infrastructure bill that got passed and NO republicans voted for yet brag to their constituents about it...Trump was too busy telling you clowns lies to have gotten anything done....30,000+ lies....🤡
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  45. 15 years in a row without a losing record is not as impressive as being able to coach the certified whack job Antonio Brown for 9 seasons😂😂
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