teeray

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  1. How the Left wins it for the Right

    I tried to copy and past a section of an article and it fugged everything up so I deleted it. I think it is my fault. My bad
  2. How the Left wins it for the Right

    Fug it that article is screwing everything up lol
  3. How the Left wins it for the Right

    It is only taken that way by people who have no desire to take the time to understand it because they fear it will make their achievements feel diminished. So they mock it instead.
  4. How the Left wins it for the Right

    No one says that except people who feel their achievements are being diminished because people point out their cultural advantages so they try to make a mockery of it. Having unearned societal privileges doesnt mean you were gifted anything and it doenst mean you didnt have to work hard for what you have achieved.
  5. I thought him and Bucky were gay? If not Cap will go to a little further lengths than I would for just a friend. Dont get me wrong. I would try to help a friend. But once guns were blazing I would be like "welp. Good luck man. Hope everything works out"
  6. Open WWE/NXT/Pro Wrestling thread

    HUGE NEWS Smackdown is moving to Tuesdays starting July 19th, will be shown live, and there will be a brand split. I am not actually usually a fan of a brand split concept, but at least this hopefully makes room for Balor, Bayley, Nakamura, and Joe and allow NXT to return to a developmental brand rather than a touring brand. And if they do that and if they dont split the top title, and they get more women on TV (especially 4 horsewomen) than this could be very good. But going live is something that I am very excited about http://variety.com/2016/tv/news/wwe-smackdown-live-usa-1201782569/
  7. Preacher starts tonight

    I still havent watched the final season of True Blood, but I heard it was poo. Was a good show for a while though.
  8. It never happens

    I think it was in Los Angeles which has @10 million people.
  9. It never happens

    About 9.9/10 of these are usually a clerical error of some sort (identity mix up, computer error, etc) and the very, very few shenanigans that do happen are usually by mail in voting.
  10. Preacher starts tonight

    First episode was really good. I have read the comics and didnt know how they could convey the story on television, but the first episode was really great and makes me feel like they are up to the task. Not taking it exactly as it is on the comics but definitely getting across the essence of the story. I enjoyed it. I was trying to explain what type of show it was to my wife who never read the comics or anything. The best I could come up with was "It is like if The Walking Dead and True Blood had a child it would be this show" I also thought the casting of Jesse, Tulip, and Cassidy were spot on
  11. -Game of Thrones-HBO-

    I have Name of the Wind on my book shelf but am not starting it until he finishes the damn third book
  12. Fear the Walking Dead, Season 2

    Nick sucks. He gets on my nerves. Daniel is awesome though. Hope he isn't dead
  13. Freddie Gray

    Not necessarily. Protestors will be upset, but police are largely above the law and any investigation is usually impeded by police bill of rights laws that insulate them from regular criminal investigations. I doubt any of them end up convicted because the police will all protect each other and all other evidence will likely be circumstantial at best.
  14. Freddie Gray

    Not surprising.