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  2. Oh ****!!! My liver just tried to jump out of my body when I read that!! I guess it remembered drinking with J!
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    Dreamer? https://m.sfgate.com/crime/article/Ride-hailing-driver-sexually-assaults-San-Mateo-13160639.php?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=newsletter&utm_campaign=sfg_topothebay
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    https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/08/isps-want-to-be-utilities-but-only-to-get-more-money-from-the-government/ TRO
  5. This is what happens when Millennials work in the media
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  7. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    So the jury in the Manafort case sent a question to the judge asking for a definition of reasonable doubt. That is generally not a good sign for the prosecution. Doesn't mean he won't be found guilty but it shows that they haven't bought entirely what the prosecution is saying.
  8. Well, the price is right! Edit: There’s one in Hilton Head. Could we get jlaben to join too?
  9. Good, I’m not a cat fan.
  10. Here's our chance of timing, Badger!.. We can ALL retire at Jimmy Buffet's spanking new Florida retirement community, Margaritaville! Drink beer & Margaritas all day, Nibblin on sponge cake, watchin the sun bake... Homes start in the low $200ks. Me, you, Fug and Red can all be tropical Buffett neighbors! Weeee! https://www.latitudemargaritaville.com/ https://www.latitudemargaritaville.com/explore-videos
  11. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    Trade effort was in April of 2016. Protests started in the pre-season before the 2016 season. Denver was willing to pay him $7 million. 49ers wouldn't agree to pick up the $5 million extra he was owed. Kaepernick wouldn't agree to a cut.
  12. Hpw could that be? His protests started while he played for the Niners. The offer had to have been made after he didn't pickup his player option to stay with the Niners.
  13. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    Looking into it further the Broncos offer to Kaepernick was prior to the start of his protests.
  14. Inevitable because the goalie gets all the credit for a win for some reason, and there were a lot in his era. But the fact is Nabokov was one of the weakest links behind a team near the top of the league in both offense and team defense the whole time. Fewer shots per game than almost any other team and lower shot quality. Yet an average save percentage right at the league average for starting goalies. Oh well, guess I won’t be invited to the party. I wonder what his relief portrait will look like in brass.
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    John Elway just blew up Kaepernick's collusion claims
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    Brennan denied being involved in the Trump/Russia investigation but he is lying through his teeth. It was Brennan who went to Harry Reid and told him about the Steele Dossier. 2 days later Reid publicly accused Trump of collusion and demanded an FBI investigation into it.
  17. Not a chance. I don't want some party animal moving in with me
  18. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    He left off HRC...
  19. Or you could stay around here and move in with Fugz and the cat! I didn't see that but it wouldn't surprise me if she did kill it.
  20. 2018 Off Season Hockey News

    Or play hockey DRUNK like famous Nick Brophy did with the Presidents back in '78.. you probably shouldn't be in the league.
  21. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    Twitter Ads info and privacy Then it was restored, with the following in lieu of an explanation: What rule did I break? I have no idea, and apparently they're not going to tell me. How do I avoid breaking that rule again? Beats me. It's tough to avoid repeating the infraction if I don't know what it was. (Good lookin' out, Franz Kafka.) Several other non-liberals I know also got a 12-hour lockout at the exact same time. Why? They don't know either. At least this time, I only got locked out of my account. A few weeks ago I was suspended outright, based on false reports by alt-right trolls. My account was then reinstated, and this is the closest I got to an explanation: View image on Twitter Twitter Ads info and privacy And this is just the latest incident. Last year I got suspended for using the wrong emojis to describe leftist darling Bradley Manning: That was dumb, but at least I knew my "crime." Twitter can make up any rules it wants and enforce those rules any way it wants. And its users can point out when stuff like this happens to them for no given reason. In the meantime, the effort to erase Alex Jones from the Internet continues. I do not like Jones, which is why I only pay attention to him when people are telling me why I shouldn't pay attention to him. Lately that effort has been driven by CNN's Oliver Darcy: That's right: CNN is "investigating" tweets by a guy they don't like because Twitter hasn't given into the outrage mob and banned him yet. It's not enough that Twitter gives you the tools to block any other user, or mute them, or even mute entire conversations and/or certain words. That's insufficient. Nobody else should be able to see the stuff that you don't like. And Darcy is staying on the case: Twitter Ads info and privacy #Journalism! If you want to prove that Alex Jones is just a paranoid conspiracy theorist and he's wrong when he says you're out to get him, this seems like an odd way to show him up. I know what you're saying, Dear Reader. You're sneering at me for whining about Twitter because Twitter is for losers. Well then, answer me one thing: Did you vote for this guy? Twitter Ads info and privacy No further questions. How Facebook Is Fact-Checking Conservative Sites into Oblivion Twitter employees were recorded by James O'Keefe in January readily admitting that they have their software programmed to target Republicans.
  22. Agree completely. She is one of a kind. Who else would have the balls to step in at the last minute for a sick Pavarotti and sing opera at the Grammy’s. And kill it.
  23. OT The Pit V cant we all just get along?

    Sometimes I think all the hand-wringing about some sort of online "war on conservatives" is silly. Sure, dude, maybe nobody is paying attention to your brilliant tweets because you've been shadowbanned. Perhaps Twitter's "Trust & Safety Council" really is keeping you from reaching the audience you deserve. Or maybe you're just boring and kind of dumb? I tend to be skeptical of these complaints, but it's possible that there really is an ongoing conspiracy to silence half the country. I have to admit, it would explain why I keep getting suspended from Twitter for no good reason. Maybe Twitter really is out to get conservatives, even us RINO cuck #NeverTrump traitors who probably love Hillary. Just yesterday, I got locked out of my main Twitter account (@jtLOL) for 12 hours: View image on Twitter Twitter Ads info and privacy Then it was restored, with the following in lieu of an explanation: What rule did I break? I have no idea, and apparently they're not going to tell me. How do I avoid breaking that rule again? Beats me. It's tough to avoid repeating the infraction if I don't know what it was. (Good lookin' out, Franz Kafka.) Several other non-liberals I know also got a 12-hour lockout at the exact same time. Why? They don't know either. At least this time, I only got locked out of my account. A few weeks ago I was suspended outright, based on false reports by alt-right trolls. My account was then reinstated, and this is the closest I got to an explanation: View image on Twitter Twitter Ads info and privacy And this is just the latest incident. Last year I got suspended for using the wrong emojis to describe leftist darling Bradley Manning: That was dumb, but at least I knew my "crime." Twitter can make up any rules it wants and enforce those rules any way it wants. And its users can point out when stuff like this happens to them for no given reason. In the meantime, the effort to erase Alex Jones from the Internet continues. I do not like Jones, which is why I only pay attention to him when people are telling me why I shouldn't pay attention to him. Lately that effort has been driven by CNN's Oliver Darcy: That's right: CNN is "investigating" tweets by a guy they don't like because Twitter hasn't given into the outrage mob and banned him yet. It's not enough that Twitter gives you the tools to block any other user, or mute them, or even mute entire conversations and/or certain words. That's insufficient. Nobody else should be able to see the stuff that you don't like. And Darcy is staying on the case: Twitter Ads info and privacy #Journalism! If you want to prove that Alex Jones is just a paranoid conspiracy theorist and he's wrong when he says you're out to get him, this seems like an odd way to show him up. I know what you're saying, Dear Reader. You're sneering at me for whining about Twitter because Twitter is for losers. Well then, answer me one thing: Did you vote for this guy? Twitter Ads info and privacy No further questions. How Facebook Is Fact-Checking Conservative Sites into Oblivion
  24. That’s awesome. I really like what I’ve seen of Tempe and I like the vibe there a lot. I expect to be down there again next April. My current plans are to use that trip to start poking around to look for a place to retire.
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