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Watch the video.

Combine this with the types of other thoughts coming from satanist "thinkers" and you get a disaster of epic proportions for the US and subsequently the world.

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Soooo....
« on: May 04, 2011, 05:40:54 PM »
If Bush publishing a photo taken of him on 9/11 is "politicizing" 9/11, then what is a presidential event at GZ?

Essentially Flyertalk / Royal Wedding
« on: May 02, 2011, 06:05:38 PM »

Essentially Flyertalk / Times you thought you were going to die.
« on: April 26, 2011, 11:26:21 AM »
Mine was last week.  On 435 at ~5:30 am.  Storming.  Just gotten up to about 60-65 mph when the back tires on my car skidded out and I fishtailed 45 degrees to the road.  Steered into it and got 45 degrees the other way.  Eventually got it corrected after several more fishtails.  Only other vehicle in the area was a semi in front of me.

I was all   :zzz:   :ohno:  :ohno:  :ohno:   :pray:  :gocho:

Essentially Flyertalk / The front page photo
« on: April 18, 2011, 01:40:07 PM »
Funny in a creepy, fitzy, stalkerish kind of way.  :emawkid:

Kansas State Football / The latest "K-State Rule"
« on: April 15, 2011, 07:19:10 PM »

INDIANAPOLIS -- College football could have a very different look next fall.

Teams will have the option of shaving 10 seconds off the clock for penalties called in the final minute of each half. They will contend with a more liberal definition of intentional grounding, and they could see points taken off the scoreboard for taunting penalties.

The most sweeping change approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Thursday is the 10-second runoff, something the NFL has used for years. College teams will now have the option of taking the yardage and the time, the yardage only or declining the penalty.

The committee also approved a change in how intentional grounding will be called. Previously, the penalty was called if the intended receiver did not have a "reasonable opportunity" to catch the pass. Starting this fall, the penalty will be called only if a receiver is not in the area of the pass -- a modification that more closely resembles the NFL rule.

And the panel adopted a rule allowing video monitors in the coaches' booths. The televisions will have access only to any live broadcast of the game -- no video recorders -- to help coaches decide if they should challenge a call. If the monitors are available to the home team, they must also be available to the visitor.

Those changes coincide with perhaps the biggest change of the season -- implementation of the new taunting rule.

Last April, the playing rules panel approved a decision to nullify touchdowns if a player is called for taunting before he crosses the goal line. Examples include players finishing touchdown runs by high-stepping into the end zone or pointing the ball toward an opponent.

The panel decided then to wait one year before making the change.

Previously, the 15-yard penalty was assessed on the extra point attempt, 2-point conversion attempt or the ensuing kickoff. Penalties called after the player crosses the goal line still will be assessed on those plays, but live-ball fouls will be assessed at the spot of the foul and eliminate the score.

In addition, the playing rules panel wants to make the game safer.

Players lined up within seven yards of the center on scrimmage plays will still be permitted to block below the waist anywhere on the field.

But receivers or running backs lined up outside the tackle box will only be allowed to block below the waist if they are blocking straight ahead or toward the nearest sideline. If they go inside and block toward the play, it would be a penalty.

The defensive team also will be assessed a 5-yard penalty if three or more players try to overpower one offensive lineman on place kicks.

And for the record, this was predicted.

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Essentially Flyertalk / #@[email protected]#@#!!!!!
« on: April 11, 2011, 05:48:01 PM »
Saturday  :curse: :curse:

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Re: Aqib Talib keeping it hood
« on: March 30, 2011, 01:42:36 PM »
Nick Wright was pseudo-defending Aqib last night.  Saying that if your mom carries a "gat" then you don't have a chance of turning out right anyway.

That's because nw is one of those dumbasses that defends any bad behavior as "not their fault."  I'd call him a 7-letter word that starts with L, but don't want thread moved.

Kansas State Basketball / The annual talking point
« on: March 27, 2011, 09:51:34 PM »
The one-and-done rule isn't working for NCAABB


Kansas State Basketball / Scariest part of all this for the squawks
« on: March 27, 2011, 09:41:47 PM »
Time for this now...


picks ku to win.

In the men's and women's brackets, he picked all 8 #1's into the Final 4.  That's what you call "voting present"

Has us losing in the S16 to Pitt.

There are 6 teams that have won 3 or fewer of their last 7 games--Nova, Tennessee, misery, Illinois, Vanderbilt, G-town.  There will be 7 if VCU beats USC tonight.  Illinois, Vanderbilt, G-Town, and potentially VCU are in their bracket.  Theoretically, they could go to the F4 having only beaten 1 team (Boston U) with a .500 or better record over their last 7 (and 10 by that time)

Good thing Boston is a Killer B.  uk to be the first 1 seed going down in the first?   :bracketmouse:

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / When the messiah took office
« on: March 15, 2011, 08:02:32 AM »
The price of gas was $1.49.

Where's the lefts bumper stickers now?

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Silence
« on: March 06, 2011, 11:37:55 AM »
This is what you hear from skat kid on the war crimes currently going on under qaddhafi.

But that damn W, he should be hauled away and flogged in Brussels!

Kansas State Basketball / 78
« on: March 06, 2011, 08:27:22 AM »
The number of points needed for Jake to catch Mike Evans.  Minimum 2 games left. My guess would be 4-5 games left.  Very doable.  Of course if he could get hot and just knock off half of those in the next game that would make it easier.  But if he wants to save that outburst for the squawks I'm ok with that too.

Essentially Flyertalk / RIP Frank Buckles
« on: February 28, 2011, 08:58:26 AM »
The last WWI vet has passed.

Essentially Flyertalk / Wii Orgy
« on: February 26, 2011, 07:45:16 PM »

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / Defend this
« on: February 26, 2011, 04:53:55 PM »
Found in contempt of court for maintaining ban on oil drilling in the gulf despite a court order not to.

Continues implementation of a law despite said law being found unconstitutional.

Decides he's just not going to enforce or defend a law (DOMA) that's on the books.

Oh, yeah, and he just extended the Patriot Act.

Defend these.

The New Joe Montgomery Birther Pit / hyperbolize much?
« on: February 23, 2011, 10:45:49 PM »

Providence plans to pink slip all teachers

01:00 AM EST on Wednesday, February 23, 2011

By Linda Borg

Journal Staff Writer

PROVIDENCE — The school district plans to send out dismissal notices to every one of its 1,926 teachers, an unprecedented move that has union leaders up in arms.

In a letter sent to all teachers Tuesday, Supt. Tom Brady wrote that the Providence School Board on Thursday will vote on a resolution to dismiss every teacher, effective the last day of school.

In an e-mail sent to all teachers and School Department staff, Brady said, “We are forced to take this precautionary action by the March 1 deadline given the dire budget outline for the 2011-2012 school year in which we are projecting a near $40 million deficit for the district,” Brady wrote. “Since the full extent of the potential cuts to the school budget have yet to be determined, issuing a dismissal letter to all teachers was necessary to give the mayor, the School Board and the district maximum flexibility to consider every cost savings option, including reductions in staff.” State law requires that teachers be notified about potential changes to their employment status by March 1.

“To be clear about what this means,” Brady wrote, “this action gives the School Board the right to dismiss teachers as necessary, but not all teachers will actually be dismissed at the end of the school year.”

“This is beyond insane,” Providence Teachers Union President Steve Smith said Tuesday night. “Let’s create the most chaos and the highest level of anxiety in a district where teachers are already under unbelievable stress. Now I know how the United States State Department felt on Dec. 7 , 1941.” That was the day the Japanese government bombed Pearl Harbor.

Smith, who has forged a groundbreaking collaboration with Brady that has received national recognition, said he believes this move comes directly from Mayor Angel Taveras, not the School Department. In a conversation with Taveras earlier Tuesday, Smith said the mayor also hinted at school closings but didn’t elaborate.

Taveras, in a statement issued Tuesday night, said the uncertainty around the city’s finances, combined with the March 1 deadline, led to this decision. Because it is too early to be certain of all possible changes to the school budget, Taveras said, issuing dismissal notices to all teachers “provides maximum flexibility” going forward.

“As a Providence public school graduate, I understand how great teachers can change lives,” he wrote. “I am sensitive to the uncertainty and anxiety that many teachers felt when they received this notice. My administration will do all it can to support our committed, hardworking teachers during this difficult time.”

Providence is facing a daunting budget crisis. The city had a $57-million deficit last year and expects a higher figure for the year ending June 30. In addition, the city, under then-Mayor David N. Cicilline, nearly depleted its reserves to cover day-to-day expenses. Taveras is currently awaiting completion of a report by an independent panel, which he commissioned to get a better handle on the city’s financial situation.

Meanwhile, Smith said he was caught completely off-guard by the planned dismissals, adding that Brady didn’t inform him of the decision until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday although he had heard rumors over the weekend.

He said it makes no sense to send out dismissal notices to every teacher because the district has a legal obligation to educate all of its students, regardless of budget considerations. “You have so many students,” he said. “You need so many teachers. You have a student-teacher ratio of 26 to 1. Do the math.”

Last year, only about 100 teachers received layoff notices, but in years past, as many as 500 have.

Smith said the dismissals couldn’t come at a worse time. The union is getting close to resolving a lawsuit over seniority-based hiring. The teachers’ contract expires June 30. And both Smith and Brady have staked their careers on a first-ever partnership in which both sides have agreed to make deep reforms in four of the district’s lowest-performing schools.

“We’re at the table with our best ideas,” Smith said. “To take this approach is unconscionable.”

Kansas State Basketball / uk to remain #1?
« on: February 20, 2011, 09:51:15 PM »
#1, #2, #3, and #4 all lost this week.  Duke is at 5.  This next pole will be real interesting considering how close the voting was last week.

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