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  1. 3 points
    He's the 2020 Straight Talk Express
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    Yeah he's had some brutal injuries for a 6'8 guy who's strength is mobility Feet look REALLY quick in his highlufht videos. Getting in yhe McBeane S&D program could do wonders for him. Give him a year to get his body right and he has a lot of upside and will be a Magia fan favorite if he sticks.
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    Was about to say the same thing, Jungle hit on that one for sure lol. Like the Gabriel pick a lot. Epenesa is honestly going to be a necessity pick. McDermott likes to swap defensive lineman more than Leo DiCaprio swaps girlfriends so with Murphy being on his final year, Hughes on a 2 year extension, newly signed Quinton Jefferson also on a 2 year deal (both Hughes and Jefferson are easy outs if we decided to cut next season)...We were severely lacking DE depth or starters in general in 1-2 years potentially. Epenesa hopefully can do what Shaq did and then some, and for about a 1/10th of the price
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    Nobody Is Excited for Sleepy Joe, and the Proof Is in the Numbers If it seems like people aren’t exactly ecstatic about Joe Biden, the latest fundraising numbers should remove all doubt. Biden has always been a lackluster fundraiser whose campaign has had money woes throughout the Democratic primaries. Only the reluctant support of the Party establishment allowed him to prevail in the race against Senator Bernie Sanders and his army of enthusiastic small-dollar donors. After the carefully timed withdrawals of Elizabeth Warren, Mike Bloomberg, and Pete Buttigieg handed Biden the presumptive nomination, the Democrat establishment clearly hoped that Sleepy Joe would finally start amassing a serious war chest. Initially, it seemed as though Biden might actually come through. Now that the final figures for March are in, however, it’s obvious that the enthusiasm just isn’t there. The Democrat Party bosses got the candidate they wanted, but it’s not a candidate who inspires the kind of support necessary to defeat Donald Trump. Biden took in a little under $47 million in March, according to recently released reports — more than $20 million less than Hillary Clinton raised in her first month as the Democrats’ presumptive nominee four years ago. In fact, it’s about the same amount that Bernie Sanders raised in March 2016, when he was still an underdog battling Clinton for the nomination. Biden’s defenders will try to explain this away as a consequence of the coronavirus pandemic, but the Republican National Committee somehow managed to set a new March fundraising record by raking in $24 million dollars — almost the same amount it raised in pre-pandemic February — on top of $39 million of fundraising from the President’s own campaign committees. The Democratic National Committee theoretically “raised” $32.7 million, but that figure is a mirage. More than half of that money, $18 million, is a bailout from Mike Bloomberg, who found a way to circumvent individual contribution limits by handing the DNC the funds left over from his almost entirely self-financed attempt to buy the Democratic nomination. It’s a bailout the Democrats desperately needed, but it’s still not nearly enough. All told, their effort to elect Joe Biden has only $57.2 million on hand. President Trump has more than four times that amount, and a steady, sustained outpouring of support from donors large and small continues to replenish his coffers. Three quarters of the RNC’s donations were $200 or less. It’s difficult to overstate the significance of the funding gap. Even if both the RNC and the Trump Campaign were to suddenly stop accepting donations, Biden and the Democrats would have to raise about $1 million each and every day between now and Election Day just to catch up. Democrats were clearly hoping that “anybody but Trump” was a message that could carry them to victory, no matter how boring and inept their nominee. That’s proving to be wishful thinking, with unified establishment support for Sleepy Joe’s candidacy failing to translate into grassroots enthusiasm. “Keep America Great,” on the other hand, has already proven to be a message that a broad-based populist movement can get behind — perhaps even more so than the original “Make America Great Again” slogan from four years ago. We’ve raised over $270 million more than Barack Obama — widely considered a prodigious and effective campaigner — had at this point in his successful 2012 re-election bid. The Trump Campaign’s recent conversion to an all-digital strategy means we’ve also switched over to virtual fundraisers, and the results have been highly encouraging so far. While Biden’s fundraising continues to slump, money keeps pouring in to support the President’s re-election efforts. With everybody understandably concerned about the coronavirus pandemic, which is destroying lives and livelihoods alike, our continued fundraising strength is a clear sign that people are placing their trust in Donald Trump to lead our country through the crisis. Every donation is like an investment in the Second Great American Comeback that will come quickly on the heels of the pandemic — as long as Donald J. Trump is still in the White House to direct our recovery. Money isn’t everything, of course, but it can offer valuable insights into the relative enthusiasm voters have for competing candidates. Common sense strongly suggests that President Trump’s exhaustive daily briefings alongside the White House Coronavirus Task Force are getting a much better reception than Sleepy Joe’s rambling, often incoherent broadcasts from his basement. The March fundraising numbers prove it. https://i0.wp.com/jamesredpillsamerica.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/s-l1600-3.jpg?w=1260&ssl=1
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    It's a sign of the apocalypse!! EVACUATE BUFFALO AND ANY PLACE CLOSE ENOUGH TO DRIVE TO A BILLS GAME!!! Rochester, Toronto, Albany, the Southern tier, Erie, Cleveland - ALL THESE PLACES ARE NOW CONDEMNED!! Grab your absolute essentials and head West (preferably Vegas)! Convert all your money into Bitcash or whatevertf its called now! If you're worried about Covid just strap a bible to your face! HURRY! GO NOW! LEAVE THE DOG AND CAT AND YOUR FAT SON IF HES TOO SLOW!! The Jehovah's Witnesses were right - it really is ARMAGEDDON!!!
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    Wht the fuck are you talking about? Do you even know? Retard.
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    Colts with Rivers is not that unlikely. Reich is a Premier Coach and after his leave Philly sucked on offense (ok, having the top 3 injured WR did not help). I think The colts have a better shot at the super bowl than the Bills which is not reflected in the odds accordingly. Maybe good bet
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    https://www.pff.com/news/draft-2020-nfl-draft-grades-for-all-32-teams?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=paidsocial&utm_campaign=dftgrades042520 Day 1: The Buffalo Bills traded away their 2020 first-, fifth- and sixth-round picks as well as a 2021 fourth-round pick in exchange for wide receiver Stefon Diggs and a 2020 seventh-round pick. With Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley, the Bills have one of the best wide receiver trios in the NFL. Day 2: A.J.Epenesa, PFF’s 20th-ranked prospect and EDGE2, fell right into the Bills’ laps at pick No. 54. While there’s some concern with how his below-average athleticism and lack of burst off the line will translate to the NFL, we still very much viewed Epenesa as a first-round talent in this draft. He has incredible power and great versatility — he had a win rate of over 31% when rushing from the interior in 2019 (54 such reps). “If he falls to the second round, it’s gonna be a huge steal. He produced on the football field and his game is not athleticism — his game is power. His game is the way he uses his hands, and his game is versatility.” – PFF Lead Draft Analyst Mike Renner on Epenesa prior to the 2020 NFL Draft There wasn’t a more elusive running back in the 2020 NFL Draft than Zack Moss. He broke 0.33 tackles per rush attempt ever since his emergence as a true sophomore in 2017 and has broken 33 tackles on 66 catches in his career. Moss isn’t going to wow you with his speed, but he does pretty much everything else at a high level. He was PFF’s RB2 and has the size, vision, hands and elusiveness to succeed in the NFL. Day 3: It was a pretty big surprise to see Jake Fromm end up on the Buffalo Bills, but this was a great value pick. Fromm was PFF’s QB5 and 69th overall prospect in the class. He’s a “game-manager,” but he takes incredibly good care of the football and is a sharp decision-maker. In 2019, Fromm produced a turnover-worthy play rate that ranked fifth among FBS signal-callers and had just one turnover-worthy play on his 98 dropbacks under pressure. Josh Allen has a quality backup for the time being in Jake Fromm. Draft Grade: A-
  10. 1 point
    Nice reporting. I bet the Aquarian, this nation's Spiritual Civil Rights Shaman, has a better record.
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    He probably loved it when Obama invited all of those rappers to the White House to make it look like he cares about black people. Meanwhile African-American poverty and employment numbers didn't budge for 8 years. Is Trump Right? A Look at What Obama's Done for Black Community This weekend, ever-opinionated billionaire candidate for president Donald Trump lowed the boom on President Obama on the often discussed issue of what the first black President has done for African Americans. "He has done nothing for African Americans. You look at what's gone on with their income levels. You look at what's gone on with their youth. I thought that he would be a great cheerleader for this country. I thought he'd do a fabulous job for the African-American citizens of this country. He has done nothing," Trump said. "They have problems now in terms of unemployment numbers, look at their unemployment numbers. And you have— here you have a black president who's done very poorly for the African Americans of this country," Trump added. But is Trump correct? It depends on whether you can blame the President for every single role the federal government may or may not have in the specific lives of all Americans. It's also hard to deny the role of discrimination in hiring and opportunity in America -- a point that was made by Hillary Clinton at the National Urban League Conference last week. Let's take a statistical look at seven major issues that have always been important in the African American community and what the numbers were as President George W. Bush left office and what they are now. Unemployment -- According to the Department of Labor, when President Obama took office in January 2008, the Black unemployment rate was 12.7 percent. The best Black unemployment number during the Obama Administration so far was in June 2015 at 9.5 percent. The best Black unemployment rate during George Bush's presidency was 7.7 percent in August 2007. The worst number under Bush was 12.1 in December 2008. The worst Black unemployment under Obama was 16.8 in March 2011 -- a 28 year high -- according to the Department of Labor. But the landscape is a bit more complicated than the numbers. In 2011, evidence of a so-called "Black Manession" emerged. In September 2014, reports on the Black female unemployment rate showed at 10.6 percent, the same as it was the year before. Many assert that hiring discrimination and the fact that many have left the job market all together are factors for high Black unemployment overall. Poverty -- The poverty rate for African Americans has become worse over the past few years. It was 25 percent when President Bush left office. It rose to 28 percent in 2013 -- the most recent stat available. One out of three black children, 38 percent of all African American children, lived in poverty in 2013, as reported by PEW on July 14. Overall, there are more people living in poverty in the U.S. than at other time in U.S. history at 45 million people.
  12. 1 point
    Is there a weaker division in the NFL than the AFC East? If they were in any other division they would be .500 at best. (That's what they will say)
  13. 1 point
    We get a playoff game at home. That's what happens. I can not imagine the absolute mayhem that would be. I'll be there fellas. I don't care what I have to do/spend. If we get a home playoff game I'm not gonna miss it. Indeed 2020 is as good a chance as we've had in the past 20+ years. But the games still need to be played. Lets keep the chin up but not get too cocky.
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    I have reviewed the rules and it appears, the Bills would be automatically qualified to participate in the AFC playoff format, where the winning team advances in each game until there are no more teams left to defeat, the team who accomplishes this is deemed AFC Champion. At this point, the victor of the NFC will face the AFC Champion in a game known as the Super Bowl and the victor is determined to be the Champion of the NFL for the season. I hope this was helpful.
  15. 1 point
    Come hell or high water, this country IS gonna have to develop a stiff upper lip and push through regardless of consequences. FACT!
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    Man, this is what partisan politics does, divide us. I think some folks rightly wanted to show the hypocrisy from the media and the #metoo movement, but then some folks deflect it and go back to Trump while Biden safely hides from the public and media, the opposite of how things are handled for Trump, Kavanaugh, and a long list of people whom I dont necessarily like/endorse. How can folks put their faith entities who are that blatantly hypocritical? The media is far more powerful than Trump(or any politician, or any other branch of government). In terms of politics, the media made Trump. I don't know how many of the Trump accusers have filed criminal charges(maybe someone can tell me), but the one the media has been shielding BIden from has. The fact that her distraught mom called in to Larry King Live back in 1993 on a episode related to such matters to ask what could be done(some good reporting from @SackMan518) seems to give it more credibility than some other claims. The stuff he does on stage right in front of cameras certainly makes a thinking person wonder as well. I keep seeing Lolita Island/Express/Epstein mentioned in here, but doubt a single person has mentioned that association about Bill Gates(or that someone was arrested in his home for trading child porn via email), even after he mentioned he wants a mandate to inject/tag(chip) everyone. That's a predator who in multiple ways literally wants to violate all of us. Your last sentence, is that referring to a block? (humour)Pics, or it didn't happen!
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    you mean you stopped when you read something that didnt work inside your echo chamber. Fucking league is getting ready to move into the manage expectations phase of its PR campaign.....but go ahead and pretend its the way you want it to be instead of the way it is.... How NFL is set, if needed, to shake up its schedule
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    Was there ever a trustworthy Cuomo? LOL. I enjoyed watching his video the other day where he emerged from his basement after two weeks of isolation. The guy is so full of it.
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    I think we are so numb to the continuance of this pandemic and the reporting or lack of it in regards to the lame stream media. Yeah, another press pass for the almighty leftist Andrew Coumo. This makes no sense and is quite draconian. We are forced to stay home to, QUOTE: "protect grandma and grandpa" , and in this moment, the governor of death is driving infected patients right into grandma's and grandpa's living space. Yeah, great plan Andrew. What a low for governance.
  22. 1 point
    That combo was deadly. That's why he was the best. Never seen anyone throw a 300 hundred pound human being with one arm, that hump move is not normal
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    so now you represent the standard for the entire black race? listen, ive made this point before and I'll make it again: all art is valid because it is an expression of the human experience. when i first moved to NYC they had an art exhibit in a downtown gallery that was a guy standing over a kneeling jesus and pissing on him. i personally would not make an effort to go see that bc i dont like the idea of someone pissing on our arguably greatest prophet, but if i just happened to be walking by i would probably pop in to take a look. im sure i wouldnt like what i saw, but it didnt hurt me, and now i had more credibility to tell others why i didnt like it now imagine they were selling cds of music that went along with the exhibit. and lets say there was one song that went "I like pissing on Jesus, I like pissing on Jesus, I like pissing on Jesus, I LIKE pissing on Jesus". now lets say I listened to that cd over and over and over and over again. after a few days I would find myself walking down the street just spontaneously singing "i like pissing on Jesus, I like pissing on Jesus ...". This is essentially allowing myself to be passively programmed by an artistic expression. Thus, if I kept listening to the song for months on end I would probably eventually develop the urge to go find a Jesus so I could piss on him. Certainly there are plenty of examples of other cultures, for example whites, that express musical art with a violence context. However, there is one MASSIVE difference between violent white art and violent black art ... whites are not the ones comprising only 13% of the american population and yet month after month, year after year, decade after decade now, blacks lead the league in violent crime and murder ... BY A LOOOOT. If the american russian population was 13% and lead the league in violence and murder we would be outraged and demand that we muster all our will to find a solution to this devastating problem. but bc we are so fucked up on racial power right now and have a completely broken definition of what constitutes racism, we simply pretend like gangsta niggas arent our biggest race problem and arent slaughtering people in phenomenally disproportionate numbers WE MANIFEST WHAT WE FOCUS ON. This is called "The Law of Attraction" (look it up). and niggas wrapped up in and romanticizing the gangsta rap culture are naturally driven to manifest what they are focusing on. They havent just listened to the lyrics and shrugged them off as they went to their job as an accountant, they focus on the words, they can sing every syllable, and most devestatingly, they see themselves as those guys depicted in that vile art gangsta rap is a big factor that drives these super lost brothers and sisters to behave the way they do. certainly, most blacks can listen to violent gangsta rap and not go out and commit crimes. but knowing the massive problem we have with blacks slaughtering a HUGE number of people (mostly other blacks but pretty much everybody) for decades now, why do we feel it is appropriate to consume the violent rap on such a frequent basis? Why do we make multi-millionares out of guys that write songs about killing somebody for scuffing their sneakers? This simply reinforces in the real bangers that the stuff in violent rap is no big deal - and even worse, that it is just PART OF BEING BLACK!?! Until we get these abhorrent black violence and murder rates down, we should NOT lump gangsta rap in with music from other cultures that depict violence. gangsta rap should have a target on its back. all people of good conscience should band together to strategize ways to defang gangsta rap and more importantly, the allure and glorification that gangsta rap currently enjoys, which draws weak and vulnerable minds in. the day that american russians lead the league in violence and murder we will switch our attention to them. but for now, it is clear that BLACK GHETTO GANGSTA NIGGAS are our biggest community safety problem ... BY A LOOOOOT. Here's my recommendation: what's the easiest way to make blacks lose interest in something? have whites start doing it. so what we should do is start creating community service commercials that promote slogans like "Be a Gangsta for Good", or "Be a Gangsta for God". Hang posters with similar slogans up all over the ghetto, and everywhere else for that matter. Mix black folks with white folks and arab folks and eskimo folks in the posters. Do the same thing blacks did with the word "nigger" - take control away from the destructors and the pain bringers and redefine what the word means, thus taking the power away from the original vile sinners that used it for very bad purposes and turn it into something constructive instead of destructive Bottom line: the regular consumption of violent gangsta rap is like a feeding tube to grow ultra violent killing and maiming machines that we are unleashing on our society. gangstaism is NOT a natural part of blackness, it is a LEARNED behavior. that means if people of good nature work together we can make it an UNLEARNED behavior. not consuming violent rap music is a critical first step to ending your tacit support for the mayhem gangsta niggas are causing. decide to be part of the SOLUTION instead of giving aid and comfort to what is now our ENEMY, our ultra-lost brothers and sisters
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    That Dallas Thanksgiving game was the high point of the season. We need more of that.
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    what do you think the over/under is on game minutes left after the season opening kickoff until sean declares game over
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    https://billswire.usatoday.com/2020/01/15/cody-ford-buffalo-bills-offseason-surgery/ Ford had surgery on his shoulder this offseason. He was injured in Week 8 against the Eagles. I wonder how much the injury hurt his play the second half of the year.
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    Thank god I don't praise a serial rapist like you do.
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    I haven’t heard anyone on this board claim that. What’s more, I’d say Trump is never the smartest guy in the room, even when it’s just him and the guy handing him a towel in the bathroom. ONE of the reasons (among many) that you hate trump for, is that he treats women like sexual playthings, or mistreats them (forcing himself on them). Then, you have the balls to defend gangsta rap. Like I said, zero credibility (at least on THIS ISSUE) .
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    Uh, I'm gonna need a citation on that. You now say that Trump RAPED 25 women? I thought he just came on to them strong and made lewd comments caught on a hot mic. So, now all 25 cases are bonafide rape... let's see your links. And @Meathead shame on you for not doing your job as the citation police!
  34. 1 point
    no, It Lay's It Out in Propaganda Terms It Was Told to. There is nothing worth a this.Nothing. There is no virus killing people in the streets. This is so stupid. It will get worse because stupid people follow govt orders
  35. 1 point
    NFL football will start on time, and I'm starting to get pretty fucking tired of people who are openly rooting for death, economic destruction, and misery in order to expedite their political agenda.
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    OP is a simpleton of the highest order. Moronic takes run rampant around here...
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    That means you can pay me now?
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    I know. You have nothing interesting to say. You are a retard.
  42. 1 point
    “I can handle things! I’m smart! Not, dumb, like everyone says it am!!”
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    Two More People Come Forward to Corroborate Account of Biden Accuser While CNN did cover the new development (because they had to), they quickly deleted that particular Larry King Live episode off of their archive on “Google Play,” as if that wouldn’t just alert more people to the video’s existence. And now, there’s even more corroboration of Reade’s claims, as two individuals have come forward to support her allegations. According to Business Insider: Two more sources have come forward to corroborate certain details about Reade’s claims. One of them — a former neighbor of Reade’s — has told Insider for the first time, on the record, that Reade disclosed details about the alleged assault to her in the mid-1990s. “This happened, and I know it did because I remember talking about it,” Lynda LaCasse, who lived next door to Reade in the mid-1990s, told Insider. The other source, Lorraine Sanchez, who worked with Reade in the office of a California state senator in the mid-1990s, told Insider that she recalls Reade complaining at the time that her former boss in Washington DC had sexually harassed her, and that she had been fired after raising concerns. Business insider sought access to Biden’s senatorial papers, which are housed at the University of Delaware to see if they could shine any additional light on Reade’s claims. However, the University denid the request, claiming that they would be closed off to the public until two years after Biden retires from public life. What will Biden’s fellow Democrats have to say about this? Given their reaction thus far, probably nothing.
  45. 0 points
    I don't like Biden either but given the choice of Biden or Trump, Biden is the lesser of two evils. I would much rather prefer Bernie Sanders.
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    You have a grammar error in your fifth sentence. I'm always glad to help. 'even you'. I take umbrage at that; the use of 'even' as a qualifier implies bias on my part. I'm a fact-deducing, fair-minded, stern, analytical centrist. No one is more critical of Trump than me. But first, the Aquarian has to warrant my criticism by his actions; he rarely does. As President, he is absolutely killing it. I'm not going to sit there and say, 'well, he could have killed it quicker'.
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    Just because he hasn't been sentenced doesn't mean he didn't commit 25 rapes. It's funny that you are defending a serial rapist and think this is acceptable behavior. You have no problem criticizing Biden, but will not admit to any wrong doing by Trump. Is that not hypocritical of you? I don't like Trump or Biden. I think if there is evidence both people should be prosecuted to the full extend of the laws. I'm not defending Biden because I'm a liberal. But you are going out of your way and doing back flips to try and justify why Trump is a good guy and his conduct should be ignored.
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    Trump has refused to rent appartments to black people. Trump thinks that all Latino people are rapist, murder's and drug dealers. Trump thinks all Muslims are terrorists. Trump has cheated people out of money with Trump University. Trump has cheated contractors out of money by not paying them for work done at his New Jersey Casino's. Trump is a terrible person for a number of reasons and that's not even including the sexual assault/rape allegations. I can listen to rap music if I want to. It does not make me commit crimes. I have not been accuses of sexual assault by 25 women, I have not cheated on my significant other. Your argument is weak and you are again doing mental gymnastics to defend your lord and savor Trump.
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