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this FSU/USF game is about to explode.

2 plays total. 2 TDs.

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There were native americans protesting his murder?

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payback for colonialism?

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Would be great to see how they reconcile middle eastern sharia law with our civil rights act.

If anything governments should be more fragmented than they are now, not combined. Less controversy that way. Leave everyone alone.

are you for a two-state solution?

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: Is the world going to crap?
« on: September 21, 2016, 07:47:58 AM »
i'd say the world was pretty great ("good") 6000 years ago until eve was tempted to eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge in the garden of eden. it's been going downhill ever since then.

also got to handle women, gays, and minorities the old fashioned way, like god intended.

make sodom great again

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: Is the world going to crap?
« on: September 20, 2016, 10:23:36 PM »
i'd say the world was pretty great ("good") 6000 years ago until eve was tempted to eat the fruit of the tree of knowledge in the garden of eden. it's been going downhill ever since then.

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i hear spurrier is available

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wally just doesn't get the same respect from recruits the same way that BITB crabby does

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Kansas State played host to its first official visitor this past weekend when three-star linebacker Dimitri Moore was on campus for the Wildcats' blowout victory over FAU. "I liked it a lot," Moore said. "It was very fun and the coaches were great. There's no place like it." Moore, the No. 135 player in the Lone Star State out of Cedar Hill High School, also has offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Cal, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Texas Tech and others, said he's not sure when his next official visit would be.

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self will never allow the hiring of a football coach who makes more than he does

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dimel just might go kalen ballage all over missouri st.

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character arcs of the jungle book and other stuff / Re: New game
« on: September 18, 2016, 10:24:51 PM »
on netflix: parts unknown, stranger things, sherlock, peaky blinders

amazon: justified, the man in the high castle

hulu: elementary, fargo, louie, southland, angie tribeca, party down

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last week:

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KIPP 68, MLK Prep 6: Dewayne Betts threw scoring passes of 40, 61, 17 and 37 yards to Orreon Finley as the Phoenix (2-3) posted the area's highest point total so far this year. Josh Williams ran for 147 yards and two TDs (32, 55) while Orlando Ferguson also scored twice.

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Johns' counterpart had an efficient night of his own, especially in the first half. Wheeler went 18-for-26 for 208 yards and two touchdowns — one which went to William Sharpton on an 80-yard strike over the middle, and the other going to Jack Petz on a 2-yard fade route to the corner of the end zone.

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Dmitri Moore visiting this weekend - show him some love if you see him around campus

https://n.rivals.com/content/prospects/6195

we're in his final 5

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 15, 2016, 09:49:24 PM »
well this is going to fracture trump's base

https://www.buzzfeed.com/mbvd/trump-refuses-to-say-obama-was-born-in-the-us?utm_term=.vfOnADM6o#.dpoW8eNv3

literally hours after trump said, "i won't answer that right now. I'll wait for the right time" Conway comes out and make a fool out of him.

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 15, 2016, 11:38:23 AM »
given the amount of mental gymnastics necessary to make the "Hillary sold our uranium to the Russians!" case, i hope you were able to manufacture some REAL outrage when Trump gave a hefty and illegal donation to Pam Bondi so she wouldn't start a probe into Trump University.

but i don't remember seeing a single post about it. huh. funny.

LOL, you equated a pay-for-play business deal that happens in Washington all the time (good or bad) as being on the same level as making a few phone calls and peddling a little influence to win the Presidency of the United States.   

I'll raise you a Pam Bondi, with a little airport meet and greet between Bill and the AG.

wait, are you now down-playing the ownership transfer approval so that you won't look like a hypocrite when it comes to your complete lack of concern re: Trump's corruption?

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 15, 2016, 09:41:07 AM »
given the amount of mental gymnastics necessary to make the "Hillary sold our uranium to the Russians!" case, i hope you were able to manufacture some REAL outrage when Trump gave a hefty and illegal donation to Pam Bondi so she wouldn't start a probe into Trump University.

but i don't remember seeing a single post about it. huh. funny.

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Ban the anthem.  Ban the flag.  Ban the display of support for any cause.  Just play football.

once again, reno has the answers.

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 14, 2016, 05:18:26 PM »
wonkish minutia = don't let these facts get in the way of a good conspiracy theory.

dax, you keep on neglecting the 1/11 aspect of this. if it is really true that hillary has the power and influence necessary to make 10 other government agencies approve a deal that they would all otherwise block, then she'd already be in her second term right now and we'd be looking forward to the Trump/Obama debates. if russian ownership of this company is such a bad thing (hint: it's not), then why do you lay the blame solely at the feet of Hillary and not at the feet of the secretary of the treasury, the secretary of defense, the secretary of justice, the secretary of energy, etc. etc.? i know why, it's because it's inconvenient for your talking points.

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 13, 2016, 10:33:59 PM »
you seem very concerned that "foreign entities control our uranium" but don't seem to care very much that it was a canadian company before it was a russian company.

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 13, 2016, 10:29:25 PM »
why would a bunch of ultra-wealthy canadians pay the clinton foundation (and only the clinton foundation) to approve the sale of their company to russians? what do those rough ridin' canucks have up their (no doubt) plaid sleeves!?

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 13, 2016, 08:51:46 PM »
Hey Trey, I left my Nuclear Scientist hat at home.   But according to the World Nuclear Association, the U.S. has about 207K metric tons of Uranium.   Now I'm not sure what of that is usable to do bad things with, nor do I fully understand the amount of processing U-235 (or is it 234?) needs to get to the stuff you can do bad (or good) things with . . .  but is it really a good idea that theoretically, a Russian company controls roughly 40K tons of U.S. Uranium?   Is it a good idea that a Russian company controls 20% of our supply, when we only have 4% of the worlds supply??

What impact might this have on what they call the "American Assured Fuel Supply"?

Thanks, and I'll listen on the air. 

 

well dax, first lets get enrichment for nuclear weapons off the table because it's a moot point. both america and russia have enough nukes to destroy the world multiple times over

and the second half of your inquiry is a moot point as well because the company in question doesn't have an export license. their only source of income is american nuclear plants. I suppose they could refuse to sell, but that's not how companies make money.

you see where this is going? its a non-factor. if we were so worried about russia choking off our nuclear fuel supply (which we aren't), we could always switch over to thorium reactor technology, of which we have massive deposits.

Nah, I'm not really "worried" about any of those things, but the Clinton's are historically extremely partial to selling off what most would consider to be vital geo-strategic national (and natural) resources to foreign entities.    Now, if you're cool with that, that's fine, you're an extreme dumbass for thinking like that, but again, that's fine, and dumbasses make the world a more interesting place.

belief in the overwhelming face of reason. but you do you, dax.

Wait a second here.   Expressing concern about foreign control of potentially fissionable natural resources (the idea that technically they can't export the material is, well, immaterial) lacks . . . reason.   That, I must say, is, fascinating.   

Only the staunchest Hillbot would attempt  that take.

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For another, Russia doesn’t have the licenses to export uranium outside the United States, Oilprice.org pointed out, "so it’s somewhat disingenuous to say this uranium is now Russia’s, to do with what it pleases." The Kremlin was likely more interested in Uranium One’s assets in Kazakhstan, the world’s largest producer.

You need to help me out and do the basic minimum for reading comprehension, here.

First off it is interesting that you brought up reading comprehension considering you started off by saying that I said, or even implied that Clinton's bribed a multitude of government agencies.   Son, bribed??  Pure comedy. 

Again, you can try and redirect, and paint a picture that it's really not that bad and toss one straw man on the fire after another.   But the simple baseline is foreign entities controlling fissionable US natural resources.   Is that really a good idea?  Probably not. 

But as I said, the Clintons are known for selling off control of strategic natural resources to foreign entities in return for what?  Only the FSM knows.

If transferring this company to russian owners was against the interests of the united states government and against the interests of national security, there is no way in hell that she could orchestrate its approval from 11 independent agencies without any kind of quid pro quo.

The only strawmen I'm tossing on the fire are yours.

Once again, Hillary Clinton did not sell off american uranium deposits. The former ownership of the company did. And the gov't approved it. Why? Because it's a routine business transaction involved in restructuring a multinational company that poses no threat to our national security. But because you don't understand our nuclear policy, you've bought into this "nefarious deeds" angle, hook, line and sinker, without doing any research on the topic. You didn't even read the politifact article.

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The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: The Trump Candidacy
« on: September 13, 2016, 08:01:32 PM »
Hey Trey, I left my Nuclear Scientist hat at home.   But according to the World Nuclear Association, the U.S. has about 207K metric tons of Uranium.   Now I'm not sure what of that is usable to do bad things with, nor do I fully understand the amount of processing U-235 (or is it 234?) needs to get to the stuff you can do bad (or good) things with . . .  but is it really a good idea that theoretically, a Russian company controls roughly 40K tons of U.S. Uranium?   Is it a good idea that a Russian company controls 20% of our supply, when we only have 4% of the worlds supply??

What impact might this have on what they call the "American Assured Fuel Supply"?

Thanks, and I'll listen on the air. 

 

well dax, first lets get enrichment for nuclear weapons off the table because it's a moot point. both america and russia have enough nukes to destroy the world multiple times over

and the second half of your inquiry is a moot point as well because the company in question doesn't have an export license. their only source of income is american nuclear plants. I suppose they could refuse to sell, but that's not how companies make money.

you see where this is going? its a non-factor. if we were so worried about russia choking off our nuclear fuel supply (which we aren't), we could always switch over to thorium reactor technology, of which we have massive deposits.

Nah, I'm not really "worried" about any of those things, but the Clinton's are historically extremely partial to selling off what most would consider to be vital geo-strategic national (and natural) resources to foreign entities.    Now, if you're cool with that, that's fine, you're an extreme dumbass for thinking like that, but again, that's fine, and dumbasses make the world a more interesting place.

belief in the overwhelming face of reason. but you do you, dax.

Wait a second here.   Expressing concern about foreign control of potentially fissionable natural resources (the idea that technically they can't export the material is, well, immaterial) lacks . . . reason.   That, I must say, is, fascinating.   

Only the staunchest Hillbot would attempt  that take.

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For another, Russia doesn’t have the licenses to export uranium outside the United States, Oilprice.org pointed out, "so it’s somewhat disingenuous to say this uranium is now Russia’s, to do with what it pleases." The Kremlin was likely more interested in Uranium One’s assets in Kazakhstan, the world’s largest producer.

You need to help me out and do the basic minimum for reading comprehension, here.

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