friendfromlowry

On Jan 17, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "2021 NFL Playoff Thread" at 06:23 pm
posted by Ironman92

Tyreke just went after his coach

Tyreke seems like such a shitbag. Shoving your coach should earn you some type of discipline you’d think...


On Jan 16, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "2021 NFL Playoff Thread" at 09:35 pm

This game is painful to watch. Both QBs have been miserable. 

On Jan 15, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "NBA Offseason Thread" at 11:23 pm

Giannis 1-10 from free throw line. Wtf? 

friendfromlowry replied to "2021 NFL Offseason" at 10:03 pm

Von Miller under criminal investigation by Parker police department but no further information given. There’s some speculation about some disturbing text messages he sent his ex-fiancé. 

friendfromlowry replied to "NBA Offseason Thread" at 07:16 pm

Karl Anthony-Towns, who has lost seven family members to Covid already, has tested positive. 

friendfromlowry replied to "Impressed with the Biden Administration ......." at 12:51 pm
posted by Fletch

You do realize that the average might not be what we pay around these parts.    It’s $4 in California and $2 here


I’m assuming by “around these parts” you mean Ohio? The average here was $2.46 in January ‘20. Let me know if you meant somewhere else.

On Jan 14, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "Impressed with the Biden Administration ......." at 10:12 pm
posted by Fletch

Well I paid $2.50 a gallon today.  Highest in years

https://www.gasbuddy.com/charts

Years, eh? Looks like the US average was $2.59 this time last year. 

friendfromlowry replied to "2021 NFL Playoff Thread" at 06:58 pm

What is this guy talking about? I don’t give a shit about either team but GTFO. Juju has been a douche all season. Do most Steeler fans even like him anymore? Why does seemingly every WR on this team turn into a crazy asshole.

Edit: I don’t think my picture is showing up but it’s of Claypool’s quote today about the browns being classless 

friendfromlowry replied to "Protests, Riots, Police trashiness cont." at 03:06 pm
posted by QuakerOats

“Endless suits have been brought to change the election rules set by state legislatures.” Three judges on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals offered that assessment on Oct. 20. “This pervasive jockeying threatens to undermine public confidence in our elections. And the constant court battles make a mockery of the Constitution’s explicit delegation of this power to the state legislatures.”

 

Nearly four months later, after thousands of ballots had been cast under the rules set in June, the state elections board entered into a secretive agreement with Democratic activists. The agreement changed election rules. The board’s actions “draped a shroud of uncertainty” over this state’s elections, according to the 4th Circuit dissenters, threatening “even greater turbulence” if the rule changes were allowed to stand. “This chaos must end.”

“The victim of a last-minute interference, whatever its source, is the same: a federal election,” the 4th Circuit dissenters noted. “It is a difficult enough task to conduct an election in the middle of a pandemic without proliferating lawsuits and constantly changing rules.”

“Whenever interference occurs, it incentivizes an avalanche of partisan and destabilizing litigation against election rules duly enacted by state legislatures,” they added.

“This phenomenon is hardly unique to North Carolina,” the dissenters warned. “Around the country, courts are changing the rules of the upcoming elections at the last minute. It makes the promise of the Constitution’s Elections and Electors Clauses into a farce. It disrespects the Supreme Court’s repeated and clear command not to interfere so late in the day. This pernicious pattern is making the courts appear partisan, destabilizing federal elections, and undermining the power of the people to choose representatives to set election rules.”

https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion-article/high-courts-punt-paves-way-for-future-legal-battles-over-elections/

 

 

Democrats are generally pushing for the widest voting possible, demanding mail-balloting, extended windows to cast and count those ballots and fewer fraud checks such as signature-matching or witnesses to verify that ballots are cast legitimately.

 

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/oct/25/election-lawsuits-break-record-votes-counted/

 

 

 

And on and on and on ………….

·  Pre-election lawsuits related to the 2020 United States ...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-election...

22 rows · Litigation was initiated by Democrats, seeking measures to ease voting, and Republicans, seeking to block such measures. [1] [2] [3] "[O]ver 230 election-related federal lawsuits were filed from January 1 to October 23, higher than any of the past three presidential election years during the same time period", according to a USA Today analysis. [2]

  •  

STATE

FIRST FILING DATE

CASE

COURT

Arizona

September 30, 2020

 

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit

Arizona

June 10, 2020

Arizona Democratic P…

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit

California

June 11, 2020

Gallagher v. Newsom

California Superior Court, County of Sutter

Georgia

May 8, 2020

The New Georgia Proj…

U.S. District Court for the Northern Distric…

·  Most highly litigated election in US history enters final ...

https://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/...

Nov 03, 2020 · A common theme emerged in the pre-election litigation: Democrats and their allies sought accommodations across the country for voters, like …

·  Election lawsuits break record before votes counted ...

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/oct/25/...

Oct 26, 2020 · Other lawsuits are over in-person voting, postponements and the like. But the biggest chunk — about 230 cases — involve mail-in voting, said Jerrick Adams , Ballotpedia’s ballot expert.

·  Voting-related Lawsuits Pepper US before Election Day ...

https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/US-Election-2020...

Oct 10, 2020 · Hundreds of lawsuits about voting have been filed before the Nov. 3 election. The cases concern the fundamentals of the American democratic process, including how ballots are cast and counted. A look at some of the top lawsuits in battleground states:ARIZONA: A federal...

·  Federal election lawsuits have already set a ... - USA TODAY

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2020/10/...

Oct 30, 2020 · Lawsuits initiated by Democrats and advocacy groups have accused Republican election officials of purposefully curtailing the vote for constituencies that don't support them. In Minnesota, several ...

·  Voting-related lawsuits pepper US before Election Day ...

https://www.timesrepublican.com/news/todays-news/...

Hundreds of lawsuits about voting have been filed before the Nov. 3 election. The cases concern the fundamentals of the American democratic process, including how ballots are cast and counted. A ...

·  High court's punt paves way for future legal battles over ...

https://www.carolinajournal.com/opinion-article/...

The problem was bad enough when the 4th Circuit dissenters issued their opinion, citing 385 election-related lawsuits filed across the country. A mere three days later, the number had jumped to 411 lawsuits. That was the figure cited in an Oct. 23 brief from national election-integrity group True the Vote.

·  CONFIRMED: Democrats and Leftie Attorney Marc Elias Just ...

https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/confirmed...

Sep 24, 2020 · Basically, it looks like the corrupt liberal lawyer, Marc Elias from Perkins Coie, is leading Democrats in their lawsuits around the country. The Democrats are suing all of the battleground states to change their election laws. Elias was working together with the Democrat NC Attorney General and the Democrat controlled board of elections (BOE).

Tl;dr. Biden’s president. 

On Jan 13, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "NBA Offseason Thread" at 05:11 pm

Oladipo to the Rockets is interesting. 

friendfromlowry replied to "NBA Offseason Thread" at 05:02 pm
posted by Ironman92

Harden to Nets to destroy their chances 

You know you’re excited to watch them! 


friendfromlowry replied to "Progressives, part 3..." at 05:57 am

Tweet he had back in August about the kids names ringing out more than adults. Unless they vote for Trump. Then fuck the kids. 

Just lol. His picture here says athlete first but five months later it’s “if their views don’t align with mine then oh well they aren’t playing.” What a hypocritical dick. 

On Jan 12, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "Censorship and Big Tech" at 08:05 pm

Don’t forget when big tech Justin silenced S&L. 

friendfromlowry replied to "Protests, Riots, Police trashiness cont." at 08:04 pm

Poor, poor MAGA. 

friendfromlowry replied to "2020 Browns" at 07:19 pm
posted by Ironman92

Game expectations vs the Chiefs?

Biggest worry?

Most confident about?

Not a Browns fan but I’ll field this one: Their quarterback 
friendfromlowry replied to "NBA Offseason Thread" at 06:24 pm

Didn’t take long for Kyrie to be a dickhead. 

friendfromlowry replied to "2020 College football thread" at 06:23 pm

Per ESPN, last nights game drew 18.7 million viewers. The previous low was 21.4 million. 

friendfromlowry replied to "2020 College football thread" at 12:57 pm
posted by Spock

OSU got nothing from the D line last night.  

Our play makers are just as good as theirs.  


Which OSU WR won the heisman and will likely be drafted in the top few picks? 


On Jan 11, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "2020 College football thread" at 11:37 pm

I thought Miami would be a good spot for him. They need an offensive playmaker. But there’s also the possibility they package the pick to Houston to go after Watson. 

On Jan 10, 2021:

friendfromlowry replied to "Covid-19 discussion, continued..." at 09:23 pm
posted by Fletch

There are Plenty of clips of Fauci talking out of both sides of his mouth.  


The problem is people like him and Dewine keep doubling down on being wrong

We don’t know what the numbers would look like if quarantine was any longer, or stricter, or never happened at all. So it’s hard to say what they’re doing is definitely wrong. 

But I do think DeWine could have cooled it with the 10pm curfew a while ago. 

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