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  1. That 3rd period.... get into a jam with a 5-on-3 PP and manage to kill most of it, but a nail-biter. I think Kassian is going to get a look by the league for the roughing call he took on Reimer and the shot he gave Dzingel (I think it was). And what was up with all the smack at the Hurricane bench? What's his beef? There were some pretty goals last night, but that Hamilton howitzer from the red line....
  2. And you can bet your ass the same Kentucky that forces women to have children will be the same Kentucky who will quickly disappear when it comes time to take care of: https://spotlightonpoverty.org/states/kentucky/
  3. Sure, why not pay a guy nobody knows can run or throw? Why pass on a QB in the draft, who the team would know is healthy, when the team has, at best, damaged goods and past his prime QB already on the roster?
  4. Giant Center in Hershey holds 10,500 people. And all those people in the picture, they're just changing hats and going back through the line to get counted again (I think that's how Trump himself described it right?) Later, he'll be saying there were 30,000 people inside a building that holds 1/3 that number. And the fire marshals will once again have to confirm that he lied and their estimate was far less.
  5. Isn't that the same "unfair" and "not due process" Trump was whining about? So the defense is already talking to jurors? Wow. And the witnesses the defense wants to call. Just go the same route Trump did and ignore the subpoenas or just don't show up. Trump is a fugging moron. And if you believe he'll take the stand, I have some swamp land to sell you. Just like his promise to release his taxes, his promise that Mexico would pay for the wall, his promise that DACA would remain, his promise to bring troops home, his promise to "balance the books," his promise to slash the trade deficit with China, renegotiate the Iran nuclear deal, his promise to denuclearize North Korea.....
  6. Peter Luger is available in most Harris Teeter's. I live in the eastern part of NC.
  7. Lettuce, dill pickles, tomato and yellow mustard. One the reverse side of the burger- Peter Luger. Do not allow Peter Luger to get mixed with the yellow mustard or other items- just the beef.
  8. 6 would be good. This is not an easy trip- every one of their upcoming opponents have similar W-L records. Not to mention 6 games with a single travel day between... 6 games- 11 days.
  9. Are you this dismissive because it's the Bengals or because it's Belichick? Need I remind you only one of those 2, Belichick or the Bengals, has been caught cheating on more than one occasion in the past.
  10. The NFL won't make officials full-time employees of the league, you think they're going to assign someone to each team to police this kind of poo?
  11. You inserted the false equivalency into your post and when I called you on it you suddenly got a case of the chickenshits and won't answer the simple question I asked. Go home, child.
  12. Water is wet. Night is dark. G5 is a fugging idiot. Perfect.
  13. Much like the Cowboys- consistent winning seasons, consistent performance and consistently talented rosters, but have struggled through the playoffs of late. Dallas Cowboys 3-9 post season record over the past 20 years. The Steelers, under Mike Tomlin since 2007, are 8-6 in the post season. To be fair, the Steelers have 2 Superbowl appearances in the past 10 seasons with a 1-1 record.
  14. As one would expect, g5 again outs himself as someone who does little to no reading and simply swallows whatever load the GOP spews in his mouth. https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2019/nov/14/what-congress-doing-besides-impeachment/ House members have passed or agreed to 389 bills and 151 resolutions since January, when Democrats took control. But McConnell has left many untouched in the GOP-led Senate, having vowed to block their progressive policies as the "grim reaper" to their bills on issues such as election security and background checks. The House has passed 10 of the 12 appropriations bills that Congress must pass each year to fund the government’s agencies, according to the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget. The Senate has passed four of the required 12. In addition to the trade deal and bills on drug pricing and voting rights, Hammill said the SHIELD Act passed Oct. 23 and the Protect Against Conflict by Turkey Act passed Oct. 29 have been priorities for House Democrats. We counted nearly 300 House bills that are stuck in the Senate. Beyond that, Pelosi’s letter cited eight of the House bills McConnell has stalled in the Senate: • The For The People Act would make Election Day a federal holiday, expand voter registration, restrict the removal of voters from voter rolls, and create programs to encourage small-dollar political donations. • The Bipartisan Background Checks Act would ban the private transfer of firearms without a licensed background check. • The Paycheck Fairness Act would strengthen penalties for employers that discriminate on the basis of gender. • The VAWA Reauthorization Act would reauthorize the 1994 Violence Against Women Act, which protects victims on domestic violence, for five years. • The Climate Action Now Act would prohibit the use of federal money to withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on climate change. • The Equality Act would protect LGBTQ people from discrimination in housing, the workplace and public accommodations. • The Dream and Promise Act would grant certain young undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children a path to permanent residency status. • The Raise the Wage Act would bring the minimum wage to $15 per hour after six years.
  15. The same tactic was used when Davenport jumped over Paradis and tried to block Slye's FG attempt, which missed regardless.
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