also lol at the john fox reference do you know how many "slow starts" we suffered through in the fox years? we won four openers over the entire course of his employment with two of them coming in his first two years.
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if you don't want to provide your own suggestions then people are 100% justified for giving you poo because what you're doing essentially amounts to aimless bitching. how thought provoking and captivating.
3 out of 5 OL positions have been upgraded between the 2014 draft and remmers being brought in. i mean damn we got two new guards who are quality starters in the draft/UDFA and a solid if unspectacular right tackle off the scrap heap midseason. you can't do that without serious scouting and film chops
Having a badass left guard next to him allowed bell to have a borderline decent game or two late in the season. So long as amini silatolu isn't out there I imagine the left side will be at least a little better. Oher doesn't even have to be good to improve our LT position.
here i'll clarify- "innocent people getting killed for vaccines" is a stupid way to look at what is a complex moral issue. it's a gross mischaracterization. the treatments, vaccines, and medications that result from research on donated fetal tissue are a side effect rather than the main purpose of elective (or heck let's go crazy and even consider medically necessary) abortions. this research builds things that are objectively good for humanity-i think it's relevant to note that rubella was causing thousands of miscarriages a year prior to the introduction of the vaccine. this is a case of something objectively good being plucked out of something that represents, at best, a moral grey area in the minds of a lot of people. the mechanics and logistics of it are what is causing the outrage. the idea that oh my god these horrible monsters are talking so flippantly about dead baby parts. people are happy to reap the benefits so long as the source of it isn't staring them in the face, but that's true for a lot of things i suppose.
merck has acknowledged that the original cell line was derived from an elective abortion in the late 60s. the vatican has even issued press releases and statements about the dilemma this poses for catholics.
this board is full of people who've tangibly benefited from elective abortions. are we just going to continue ignoring that? even if you're an anti-vaxxer you still live in a country where most people have their MMR vaccines so you have herd immunity working in your favor. the rubella component was developed with tissue from an elective abortion. that cell line is still being used to manufacture that vaccine today. yeah this isn't pleasant poo to read about but could there just be a nanosecond of introspection before you go wagging your finger and claiming the moral high ground in all of this?