On May 31, 2023:
On May 6, 2023:
posted by CenterBHSFanDemocrats stand 100% with journalists that agree with them. The rest deserve the Brown Shirt treatment.
So, there's a new government program that will help free journalists from around the world from repercussions in truth-telling.
On Apr 18, 2023:
10:30 start on the east coast is not ideal. I can barely get to half.
I was very pleased to wake up to GS being down 0-2 and Draymond getting thrown out.
Draymond gonna Draymond.
On Apr 3, 2023:
I’ve lost the lottery every year, for as long as I can remember.
On Mar 31, 2023:
What a good dude that “gets” it
posted by like_that
I made a comment that the liberals of the past went missing and never came back after 2008. Pre 2008 the liberals would ask these simple questions.
It's basically Fox vs. everyone else, which is why they all regularly attack Fox because it's the main organization standing in the way of their unified propaganda, errr I mean narrative, errr messaging, errrr "alternate facts"....I mean "news".
I have zero doubt that Tucker Carlson cherry-picked and misrepresented the footage. Just as I have zero doubt the "bipartisan" Jan. 6th committee did. The REAL outrage over that footage being given to Tucker wasn't national security or any other bullshit reason give....it was simply that there was now an equally biased counterpoint out there to oppose what was previously an extremely one-sided narrative.
The fact that the Libertarian party isn't massively surging after the last 6-8 years might say worse about the party itself than the general electorate.
On Mar 3, 2023:
I'd like to see him with the Jets. They have some talent.
But also wouldn't mind if he fucked off to retirement and/or ayahuasca camp and I didn't have to hear about him for the entire season.
On Jan 29, 2023:
Guess we’re just giving Kansas City infinite downs to get a first down.
On Jan 22, 2023:
Chiefs challenge that they earned a first down and lost. The expert on NBC said it was short because the spot was correct as the rule is it should be placed where the ball crossed over the sideline. That is the way I thought the rule was. My question is if the rule is the same in college as that is a big reason why OSU lost to Georgia when they ruled on the field they were short on 4th down which was spotted correctly by this pro rule, then overruled on review because he crossed the line to gain even though the ball had crossed over the sideline into OB territory before any body part touched OB.
On Jan 15, 2023:
3rd and a foot and 3:22 on the clock…clock running, short injury and clock reset and ran down to 2:27 and couldn’t get a play off!!!! Horrid coaching! Inexcusable.
On Jan 2, 2023:
If he does pass away, game does not get restarted and really unsure how the league goes forward into the next week.
I think you restart tomorrow after you are able to find out his condition.
Next week's games could be flexed to Monday night for the Bills and the Bengals.
Not sure how this game is started again.
I initially thought he took the helmet up under his chin, almost like an upper cut which knocked him out. But when he stood and then fell he hit his head again. Obviously unresponsive and not breathing. Hopefully they got his heart beating again.
On Jan 1, 2023:
After a few hours to recover, I have to say I’m proud of the Buckeyes. To finish the game without 5 of their top offensive players, lead the clear #1 team all night and come within a FG of winning was pretty darn good compared to how things looked after getting throttled in the 2nd half by Michigan.
I’m really glad CJ finished with a game like this and I hope it helps his draft stock.
Happy New Year and Go Bucks!
On Dec 31, 2022:
As much as I hate Michigan, that was targeting. Dude lead with the crown of his helmet to the head and neck area.
On Dec 28, 2022:
On Dec 24, 2022:
I think there are a few of us still here that remember this