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    Guess I'll be missing the debates. I already know how those are going to turn out anyway.
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    I hope the Bills can show up for these games. Hearing "I told you the Bills suck" after each primetime game is going to push me over the edge.
  5. 2 points
    So this neural network is called Jukebox, by OpenAI, which basically generates songs that don't exist. not sure what to make of it. I'm sure in the right hands, this is lethal. Its already been said that the tech exists to hear someone say a few words and then create an entirely fake dialog of their voice.
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    I watched the 26 minute video of her interview on YouTube which was very interesting and it ties into the other thread about CO2 and Global Warming where any scientist who has evidence that the establishment line of thinking may be wrong is ostracized and defunded. In her case she was imprisoned and given a gag order for 5 years. I'm happy to see that there's still true scientists out there who adjust the paradigms according to the evidence instead of the other way around and aren't happy to sell out to huge corporations to keep comfortable.
  7. 2 points
    I could care less what the media thinks of the Buffalo Bills. No one from the national media thought Buffalo could beat Dallas on Thanksgiving day. PFF was saying that Duck Hodges was a better QB than Josh Allen. Buffalo has more talent on this team than it did last year and I expect very competitive prime time games and at least two wins in the Denver and Pittsburgh games, a competitive game versus Kansas City and a very good chance at beating New England.
  8. 2 points
    Buffalo convincingly won both of their prime time games last year. No surprise to see them get more prime time exposure this upcoming season.
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    Huh, I didn't even know Fauci had an accuser. Yes, I think paying people to make false claims is completely unethical regardless if they're Blue or Red. It just takes away from the legitimacy of actual complaints.
  10. 1 point
    Pretty sure we had a constitution then. But no internet with wild conspiracy shit........
  11. 1 point
    Do you have a radio in your helmet? You gotta stop listening to what they’re telling you.
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    Ahhh, evidence my ass. We've polluted the fuck out of this planet with some disasters in each area, land, water and air that had catastrophic results. The water and sea life is infested with plastic, plus all the oil and other pollutants that have been dumped into the oceans. Ground is contaminated for miles under any industrial business or refinery and there's been so much that's still being pumped into the air. Hell, just Chernobyl alone had an effect on the entire planet
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    That may be so in the long run but our core point is that the reactions to the charges have been on completely different ends of the spectrum. When Kavanaugh was accused (with even less evidence by the way) there was total hysteria all over the media and even lunatic protestors trying to break into government buildings. When Trump made his lewd comments and some women came forward that said he mad moves on them we were told that not only was he a racist Nazi but a rapist as well. Now that it's Joe these very same people are dismissive and say "Well he denied it in an interview and I've known him for a long time so that's good enough for me. Sorry Tara but he's got my vote." Does that even seem rational on any level? I would expect that the people all in on the #metoo movement would be consistent in their beliefs and standards no matter what political affiliation the accused is. As for my opinion, I've seen how these reporting systems can be abused for various (often selfish and nefarious) motivations so my motto is "Believe evidence, not people."
  15. 1 point
    I couldn't care less, either. I'm talking about people I have to deal with throughout my day. After every bad loss it seems like everybody thinks they're a Bills sucktitude expert.
  16. 1 point
    'Why I'm skeptical about Reade's sexual assault claim: Because I'm a democrat party operative and was a proven Hillary Clinton supporter in 2016.' Hmm, Just like corrupt weasel-rat Anthony Fauci. Hipkat: 'This better than echo chamber. This like magical talking cave.'
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    Moderators!!! Close this thread. Sackman has just dropped the mic with this excellent reporting. He's walked off the stage, stepped in the limo, and has six groupies to negotiate through when he arrives at the hotel. Don't let these low-grade mentalities hang around here. Send them to the coffee shop down the street. This show is over.
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    Here's my data. Winters are trending warmer over a growing timeline. Summers are trending hotter over a growing timeline. The sun sears you within minutes of being in it, unlike when I was young. It snows less and that's a trend. Seemingly, fall appears to last longer with the wintry weather we'd normally see in December not coming til January. Spring is habitually lasting longer with the warmer weather we used to see in May not coming til June, now. If any of these were a one off, that would be one thing, but it's year after year. Temperatures ARE rising. Sea temperatures HAVE gone up. Ocean levels HAVE risen. Those three things are indisputable. They're real. Ta hell with the all the back and forth. I know what I see and feel.
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    I wanted to save this for round 2 when the food shortages hit, but didn't want DannyBoy or someone else to beat me to it :) I've got quite a list, and hope to keep folks entertained and/or encourage some reflection for a good while.
  21. 1 point
    Just more chances to embarrass ourselves in front of the world... or... at least the nation.
  22. 1 point
    I agree with you. When Belichick franchise tagged Joe Thuney it left the Patriots with only $2 million in cap space, and they still have to sign the rookie draft picks.
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    You are absolutely right. I did not realize I wrote that. My apologies. I meant climate change. ******* turns red, walks away sheepishly********
  24. 1 point
    What a pivot! You must play for the Lakers!
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    You did not mention POLITICAL science at all. You are talking about CLIMATE science. po·lit·i·cal sci·ence /pəˈlidəkəl ˈsīəns/ noun the branch of knowledge that deals with systems of government; the analysis of political activity and behavior. Are you an expert on political science? Well if youre not why should I take your opinion seriously?
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    What they don't realize about science is that it's a herd mentality and when someone challenges the status quo, even if they're right, often find them ostracized from the scientific community. Einstein was thought to be crazy and fought relentlessly with the Austrian and German academics who sought to have him booted out of the club as well as the fact that he did not willingly submit any papers for peer review. Climate change/Global warming are the darling paradigms at the moment and anyone calling BS finds themselves under constant attacks. Take scurvy for example, the scientific community at the time attributed the disease to all sorts of things like bad air, salt water, lack of oxygen, a micro-organism and other causes completely ignoring earlier accounts of fresh fruit and teas made from boiling various plants curing the illness going back many many years. Finally James Lind had it figured out in 1753 but it took forty-two fucking years for his recommendations to be implemented by the Royal Navy because the scientific establishment wasn't impressed with him. As well know now it's caused by malnutrition specifically a lack of Vitamin C (the 60mg FDA dosage is based on the minimum amount needed to not get it, fun fact). Going into the future we have Ancel Keys "7 Countries Study" (actually it was over 20 but he threw out data he didn't like) which led to the current Food Pyramid telling us that if we want to be healthy then we need to eat a lot grains, sugars are ok, and fats/cholesterol are to be avoided at all cost yet our health has never been worse. Now we're finding out that all of that is bogus and that sugar is poison and high carb intake makes you fat as well as causes inflammation. At the time Keys bullied anyone who dare challenged his recommendations and many doctors were dismissed as quacks for rightly pointing out that sugar consumption was a huge factor in poor health. (The long term effects are exactly the same as chronic alcoholism as it activates the same processes.) Later we found out that he was funded in large part by the Sugar Industry. The point of this is that science is not always reliable when one charismatic leader pushes a faulty premise onto the community and makes it a matter of peer pressure to nod their heads in agreement and it's especially insidious when there are moneyed interests promoting a specific narrative. That's exactly what we have with climate change because there is huge money to be made from carbon taxes and green technologies that are overpriced and underdeveloped. As I said before, even the big names promoting it don't even believe it - Obama just bought a huge oceanfront mansion so clearly he's not concerned about rising sea levels and there are newer studies showing that narrative that's been told to our children and gullible Leftists is a fairy tale. Here's a recent one from less than a year ago: NO EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE FOR THE SIGNIFICANT ANTHROPOGENIC CLIMATE CHANGE J. KAUPPINEN AND P. MALMI Abstract. In this paper we will prove that GCM-models used in IPCC report AR5 fail to calculate the influences of the low cloud cover changes on the global temperature. That is why those models give a very small natural temperature change leaving a very large change for the contribution of the green house gases in the observed temperature. This is the reason why IPCC has to use a very large sensitivity to compensate a too small natural component. Further they have to leave out the strong negative feedback due to the clouds in order to magnify the sensitivity. In addition, this paper proves that the changes in the low cloud cover fraction practically control the global temperature. ... 3. Conclusion We have proven that the GCM-models used in IPCC report AR5 cannot compute correctly the natural component included in the observed global temperature. The reason is that the models fail to derive the influences of low cloud cover fraction on the global temperature. A too small natural component results in a too large portion for the contribution of the greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide. That is why IPCC represents the climate sensitivity more than one order of magnitude larger than our sensitivity 0.24°C. Because the anthropogenic portion in the increased CO2 is less than 10 %, we have practically no anthropogenic climate change. The low clouds control mainly the global temperature.
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    He doesn't have the cap cash to sign anyone.
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    It gets better! Schiff forced to fall on his sword now releasing transcripts showing no evidence of Russia Collusion after he assured many media outlets that he had personally seen direct evidence of it and that the walls would soon be closing in on Trump. Where are the Range Leftists now? LOL Adam Schiff Releases Secret Trove of Interviews After Being Pushed by Republicans House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) on Thursday released 57 interview transcripts from the committee’s probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia, after being pushed by Republicans and the Acting Director of National Intelligence, Richard Grenell. Grenell wrote a letter to Schiff earlier this week informing him that all the transcripts were reviewed by the intelligence community, and that all of them — including 43 that had been ready since June 2019 — could be released. He also said he would release them if Schiff did not, since the committee voted unanimously in 2018 to release them. Right before Schiff released the transcripts, House Intelligence Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-CA) dared Schiff to release them. Schiff himself voted to release these transcripts and claims he wants them out. There’s no reason he can’t publish them all today — except that he really doesn’t want the American people to see how little evidence there ever was for the Russian collusion hoax he advocated and continues to advocate. Schiff published them on the committee’s website, along with a long statement that attempted to recast himself as correct and falsely claimed Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not make any decision on whether the the Trump campaign colluded with Russia. The statement said: “Throughout its investigation, the Committee uncovered significant evidence of Trump campaign efforts to seek, make use of, and cover up Russian help in the 2016 presidential election.” The investigation was to answer the question whether the Trump campaign colluded with, or more technically “conspired” with, the Russian government on the 2016 election — not whether there were Trump campaign efforts to “seek, make use of, and cover up Russian help.” Schiff spent three years claiming there was “more than circumstantial” evidence of collusion. He also claimed in his statement that Mueller “refused to draw any conclusion on the issue of collusion — contrary to false representations made by Attorney General Bill Barr and others.” Mueller’s report stated: “…the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump Campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities.” Mueller’s report explained that investigators applied the “framework of conspiracy law, not the concept of ‘collusion,'” since collusion “is not a specific offense or theory of liability found in the United States Code, nor is it a term of art in federal criminal law.” It also said “like collusion, ‘coordination’ does not have a settled definition in federal criminal law,” but that investigators understood “coordination” to mean “an agreement — tacit or express — between the Trump campaign and the Russian government on election interference.” “We applied the term coordination in that sense when stating in the report that the investigation did not establish that the Trump Campaign coordinated with the Russian government in its election interference activities,” it said. Schiff then rehashed in his statement episodes he believed were “corrupt interactions” — including a June 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a “Russian delegation.” He did not include that the “Russian delegation” was led by a Russian lawyer who was working at that same time with Fusion GPS, the firm that manufactured the so-called “pee dossier.” He also included then-candidate Trump’s joke that if Russia was listening, they should find Hillary Clinton’s 30,000 deleted emails. Republicans had called on Schiff to release the transcripts to show how little evidence there was to support his claims of collusion. Right before Schiff released the transcripts, House Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan (R-OH) tweeted:
  30. 1 point
    Thanks, and you were correct, now I recall that you did indeed answer that(I just didn't recall the answer until you mentioned it again). While I may not have the same opinion(I don't have the dedication to look into it), I don't get why others feel the need to use such derogatory names because you reached that conclusion. If I wanted to bust your balls, I'd be more inclined to do so for not using your powers more for other purposes. :) After all, people are quite serious about their sports. I predicted the NFL could be what saves this country if it causes people to use critical thinking regarding the current situation if the season starts to become more seriously threatened in their opinions. If you prove it's scripted, they'll have even more reason to remain complacent and in their current belief systems, in my opinion.
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    Good. They'll get acclimated to West Coast time and then fly to Miami and get their asses beat.
  33. 1 point
    You don't have to a climate science degree to have an opinion on climate change. You don't have to have a PHD in political science to have an opinion on politics. If you took some biology, chemistry and physics classes in high school, understand how the climate works, and read on climate change you can figure out that having an economy that is dependent on coal burning plants and fossil fuels for cars, and trucks. The current President Trump doesn't believe in science, doesn't believe in global warming, thinks windmills cause cancer, wants to nuke tropical storms, thinks injecting disinfectants is a good idea, and thinks burning coal is clean energy.
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    McCabe is not in the clear yet though, he was only let off on limited charges and there are other much larger angles to get him. Meanwhile they HAVE to drop the Flynn case before anymore damning evidence emerges so this is just more damage control for them rather than admitting that they fucked up. They truly intended to destroy this man only to weaken Trump's swamp draining and to let the Russia Hoax go on for years but luckily the General hired a REAL lawyer and dumped Eric Holder's law firm that was only steering him into the slaughterhouse.
  35. 1 point
    They threaten their families, it’s very well thought out really. The perfect crime.
  36. 1 point
    But everyone else manages to keep it quiet? Right
  37. 1 point
    Neal, minus the terrible whiff, was pretty damn good last year and I think the sky is the limit for him as a big nickel. Also, the same could be said of fellow 2018 draft pick, Taron Johnson. When he is healthy (a big if sometimes), he could be the best nickel CB in the game.
  38. 1 point
    I thought Neal played pretty well last year. He has great size and is good on special teams.
  39. 1 point
    Be my guest and investigate. And if it comes back that Trump is guilty, hang him by his balls. Unlike the left (I am not a Republican either), I am not a hypocrite. A guilty person is a guilty person, regardless of politics.
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    Foster was the gunner on the punt team last year, wasn't he? I think that's the only way he makes this team. He's not as good as McKenzie on the jet sweeps and Allen can overthrow Davis as easy as he overthrows Foster. Some good players aren't making this team. Hopefully, Beane will work his magic on trades. If he can get a 6th for Bodine, he should be able to get something for McKenzie/Foster.
  46. 1 point
    7 WRs? I don’t see that happening. The two Isaiahs battle it out. Jefferson is going to be a DT for the Bills so I’d keep 4 DEs and Darryl Johnson is someone I’d like to hang on to. Smith over the often inured Kroft .
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    I'd be happy if they were all 1 o'clock games.
  49. 0 points
    Get out your prayer beads and voodoo shrines so you can beg a higher power to make C19 permeate every milimeter of his bloated body. would be fucking ecstasy if his fat fucking ass ends up on a ventilator. I like the odds, this valet is the one that brought him the 32 diet cokes he inhales every day.
  50. -1 points
    it's gonna be a tough road to over .500 this year
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