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  1. Rocklin HS DB/LB who stepped on the Servite QB's throwing hand, and then started twisting like he was Chubby Checker putting out a cigarette, (while out of bounds, after the play was over), in the 2009 Div II bowl game. I think it was Scott Polaske.
  2. Same thing happened to me in Colorado. Maxchoboian didn't believe me.
  3. I said basically the same thing to the wife today. I want them to lose so badly, that they splinter into two smaller parties...the so-called progressives, and whatever is left after they bolt.
  4. Another epic face-plant by Guru! An exact quote from her interview with Cuomo in the above link: "...we should get rid of it, start over, re-imagine it..."
  5. You are mistaken. A pardon also leaves the conviction on the books. Does a presidential pardon expunge or erase the conviction for which the pardon was granted? No. Expungement is a judicial remedy that is rarely granted by the court and cannot be granted within the Department of Justice or by the President. Please also be aware that if you were to be granted a presidential pardon, the pardoned offense would not be removed from your criminal record. Instead, both the federal conviction as well as the pardon would both appear on your record. However, a pardon will facilitate removal of legal disabilities imposed because of the conviction, and should lessen to some extent the stigma arising from the conviction. In addition, a pardon may be helpful in obtaining licenses, bonding, or employment. If you are seeking expungement of a federal offense, please contact the court of conviction. If you are seeking expungement of a state conviction, which the Office of the Pardon Attorney also does not have authority to handle, states have different procedures for “expunging” a conviction or “clearing” the record of a criminal conviction. To pursue relief of a state conviction, you should contact the Governor or state Attorney General in the state in which you were convicted for assistance. https://www.justice.gov/pardon/frequently-asked-questions
  6. Durham has criminal authority, which gives him the power to call a grand jury, compel testimony from witnesses and bring perjury charges. He is examining involvement in the FBI collusion investigation by, among others, U.S. and foreign intelligence services. Horowitz lacked criminal authority, had no ability to compel potential witnesses to give interviews and was largely restricted to examining justice department employees. https://www.courant.com/news/connecticut/hc-news-john-durham-horowitz-william-barr-20200113-20200105-z4vqvkwut5eqzprtm75kcoie7u-story.html
  7. Five straight posts by Guru on page 2, four straight post by Guru on page 3. He keeps answering himself. I think he's trying to convince himself of something. What's his record for consecutive posts that no one is interested in?
  8. Three straight posts by Guru on the same subject. Somebody is trying very hard to convince himself that what he posted isn't a big steaming crock of shit. Keep trying to put lipstick on that pig, Guru.
  9. Things are heading South for Biden. A new poll in six battleground states this fall shows President Donald Trump leading Joe Biden. The new poll from Change Research and CNBC shows Trump leading Biden by two points in Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. https://www.ajc.com/news/poll-president-trump-leads-joe-biden-battleground-states/9USSvxYVgNRqqivHCeAh6I/
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