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  1. 4 points
    I would be most surprised by drafting a QB in the first round ... :-)
  2. 3 points
    what a load of bullshit. but i bet his ratings go up. and he knows it, too this shows the power of ignorance and confirmation bias. the myth of systemic white oppression and police brutality against blacks has been busted. we have the data, we have more blacks acknowledging that every day yet this dick knows that he will get a bump in his ratings bc most people dont stay informed and go with the crowd, so if their friends are saying cops are hunting down innocent black men thats what they believe all this over two young gangstaholics. THUGS. i feel bad they were so young and FUCKING STUPID to make those CHOICES. why isnt the media talking about THAT cultural poison in our beloved blackness? ratings. why isnt maxine calling out gangsta niggas behavior in killing more people than ALL OTHER RACES COMBINED? racism cuomo should be fired and maxine should be arrested sadly, this is just the beginning of the left's craziness that the country will have to deal with for the next decade+. tragically, its going to get more black folks killed, including innocent bystanders and good cops assholes
  3. 3 points
    He’s a fucking idiot of the highest order. If Tucker or Hannity said something like this piece of shit, it would be all over social media and a bunch of brainless zombies with nothing better to do would show up at Tucker and Hannity’s homes and harass the shit out of their families because that’s what idiots of this cancel culture do.
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    First of all, I've had that guy on ignore since the day he showed up here and never had an argument with him. Second of all it's not that big a deal. It's not like I'm trying to have all this great reputation, I just don't want to be in negative numbers. It's not a lot to fucking ask for it. It's not a lot to fucking want. And it's no problem because I'll just make my own God damn sock account and go and hit every fucking one of my posts until I get it back to where it was. If that dumb fucking do it, so can I and no, it was not nine in a few minutes I was at +215 in the morning when I came back I was at -241 and within about 10 minutes I was at -350 and I could go on my profile and see every time that he hit me with a negative rep. It only took him about 20 minutes to hit that many of my posts
  6. 3 points
    It's a very reasonable policy. You want to go to a game? Get vaccinated. Simple.
  7. 3 points
    I wear an entire box of masks now because Pharma Fauci told me so!
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  10. 2 points
    I'd love to add some speed to the wr's but they are going to have trouble getting on the field. With Diggs, Beasley, Sanders, Davis and McKenzie wr is the deepest position on the team.
  11. 2 points
    I agree. People have been encouraged not to comply with cops. It seems like 90% of incidents would not happen if the victim respected the cops authority and complied. Government, local police departments should put out infomercials about how to conduct yourself around cops. This should include how not to get shot. Black, white, yellow, this is how not to get shot. I still think that 90% of the public does not buy the narrative politicians, race inc.., and media are slinging about the cops.
  12. 2 points
    He's a master useful idiot and a full fledged member of the BlueAnon conspiracy cult. The sad thing? He STILL hasn't learned his lesson and that's the definition of insanity or in this case TDS which is just a form of weaponized rage programmed into susceptible members of the populace by the media.
  13. 2 points
    A statement on sanctions from the Treasury Department has revealed that Konstantin Kilimnik shared sensitive polling information with the Russian government. Kilimnik has long been accused of acting as a liaison between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia, but Thursday’s press release goes much further with the implication of crimes than previous official charges.
  14. 2 points
    My prediction is that we're going to see price spikes on the level of the George "Dumbass" Bush regime very shortly. I might buy stock in bologna companies since that's all we'll be able to afford to eat.
  15. 2 points
    Since when did the Country Executive gain the power to violate Hippa, discriminate against the citizens of Erie county based on the status of getting an experimental emergency treatment that has a lot of unknowns. How long does immunity for this Experimental Treatment last? Is it proven to be safe for everyone? Last I checked Johnson and Johnson just had a pause as 8 people in Ohio were developing blood clots. Not saying I don't think people should evaluate for themselves if they need to get these experimental treatments, but they are not FDA approved as a vaccine and we still do not know everything about them.
  16. 2 points
    All these things you are complaining about come from the side you vehemently defend and support. You were warned. Now you will suffer like all the other Americans. Pray we can reclaim this country after they do their worst to it and us
  17. 2 points
    Just don't know what part of I don't watch mainstream news channels you aren't getting
  18. 2 points
    Hip's CNN and MSNBC channels were out of service today so he learned something new.
  19. 2 points
    Am I the only one who sees a really bizarre correlation between that graph and the topic at hand? Lol. Also, why in the hell is "bizarre spelled with two "r's" and one "z"?
  20. 2 points
    You idiots Time magazine bragged about them stealing...err, I mean fortifying the election. And yet here we are dealing with the sheep's silly lines that don't even begin to explain what happened.
  21. 2 points
    Still repeating nonsense. They were shut down on standing numerous times...not lack of evidence. There's many credible sources that have plenty of evidence...the courts simply decided to avoid taking it up. Why do you think voting laws are being put in place now like voter ID? Why did the PA secretary of state resign? Why is there a huge battle still in AZ where they are fighting a real audit? It was a complete fraud, and those that haven't come to realize it yet are simply sheep.
  22. 1 point
    did you see officer tatum show the video of the cop shot dead by the side of the road in a routine traffic stop? its fucking brutal. this crazy hispanic (i think) drug dealer ambushed him and shot him like at least six times, including an intentional last head kill shot. cops shot him dead later in a shootout, also currently available on youtube. watch it now cuz it will probably disappear and/or be edited and blurred out soon WARNING: this is the unedited video. you will see the extremely graphic and disgusting reality of this crime. jump forward about 1/3 to bypass him catching up to the truck and pulling it over. this criminal was a twisted lethal animal this is why cops cant be soft. they have to take control. once he knew the gun was in the car he should have ordered the man out of the vehicle with authority. but the crazy left has slandered cops so bad that they are getting softer with dangerous situations, especially involving minorities, and getting killed for it
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  24. 1 point
    Does that mean I can stop taking my HIMS??
  25. 1 point
    Remember, Demonrats will do anything to gain and keep power, even if it means wrecking the country they don't give a flying fuck about. This white on Asian crime is the biggest hoax of them all.
  26. 1 point
    This variant business is to keep you under control so they never have to go back to normal. Sheep will led to slaughter
  27. 1 point
    Last 10 games 5 - 2 - 3 And what were we before that 0-18? Hmmm.
  28. 1 point
    And below they clipped Pence's tie out of the picture; that is because it wasn't nearly as bad ass as Trump's tie.
  29. 1 point
    the one that meant the most DID stick. he's gone!
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  31. 1 point
    Isn't that what CNN calls a "Peaceful Protest"?
  32. 1 point
    Damn Hip, WTF what did you do now?
  33. 1 point
    Same thing. It’s mindless senseless rage. No rhyme or reason. ”I’m angry and feel powerless, therefore I’m going to hurt you any way I can.”
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    President Biden will withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan over the coming months, people familiar with the plans said, completing the military exit by the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks that drew the United States into its longest war. The decision, which Biden is expected to announce Wednesday, will keep thousands of U.S. forces in the country beyond the May 1 exit deadline that the Trump administration negotiated last year with the Taliban, according to a senior administration official who briefed reporters Tuesday under rules of anonymity set by the White House. While the Taliban has promised to renew attacks on U.S. and NATO personnel if foreign troops are not out by the deadline — and said in a statement it would not continue to participate in “any conference” about Afghanistan’s future until all “foreign forces” have departed — it is not clear whether the militants will follow through with the earlier threats given Biden’s plan for a phased withdrawal between now and September. The Taliban has conducted sputtering talks with the Afghan government, begun under the Trump deal, since last fall. It was also invited to an additional high-level inter-Afghan discussion in Turkey later this month. Officially, there are 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, although the number fluctuates and is currently about 1,000 more than that. There are also up to an additional 7,000 foreign forces in the coalition there, the majority of them NATO troops. Biden’s decision comes after an administration review of U.S. options in Afghanistan, where U.S.-midwifed peace talks have failed to advance as hoped and the Taliban remains a potent force despite two decades of effort by the United States to defeat the militants and establish stable, democratic governance. The war has cost trillions of dollars in addition to the lives of more than 2,000 U.S. service members. At least 100,000 Afghan civilians have been injured or killed. “This is the immediate, practical reality that our policy review discovered,” said one person familiar with the closed-door deliberations who like others spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss policy planning. “If we break the May 1st deadline negotiated by the previous administration with no clear plan to exit, we will be back at war with the Taliban, and that was not something President Biden believed was in the national interest.” The goal is to move to “zero” troops by September, the senior administration official said. “This is not conditions-based. The president has judged that a conditions-based approach . . . is a recipe for staying in Afghanistan forever. He has reached the conclusion that the United States will complete its drawdown and will remove its forces from Afghanistan before September 11th.” The decision highlights the trade-offs the Biden administration is willing to make to shift the U.S. global focus from the counterinsurgency campaigns that dominated the post-9/11 world to current priorities, including increasing military competition with China. In addition to major domestic challenges, “the reality is that the United States has big strategic interests in the world,” the person familiar with the deliberations said, “like nonproliferation, like an increasingly aggressive and assertive Russia, like North Korea and Iran, whose nuclear programs pose a threat to the United States,” as well as China. “The main threats to the American homeland are actually from other places: from Africa, from parts of the Middle East — Syria and Yemen.” “Afghanistan just does not rise to the level of those other threats at this point,” the person said. “That does not mean we’re turning away from Afghanistan. We are going to remain committed to the government, remain committed diplomatically. But in terms of where we will be investing force posture, our blood and treasure, we believe that other priorities merit that investment.” Reaction in Washington was divided. In a statement on the Senate floor, Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) called it “reckless” and “a grave mistake. It is retreat in the face of an enemy that has not yet been vanquished and abdication of American leadership.” McConnell pointed to a 2019 amendment — passed by a supermajority of senators when Trump called for full withdrawal from Syria — that requires the administration to “certify that conditions have been met for the enduring defeat of al-Qaeda and [the Islamic State] before initiating any significant withdrawal of United States forces from Syria or Afghanistan.” “Can President Biden certify that right now?” McConnell asked. But while McConnell cited “broad political support” for an ongoing military presence in Afghanistan, other lawmakers called it the right decision. “There are no good, easy decisions here,” said House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.). “Given the options, I think this is the best choice.” “We cannot impose a solution on Afghanistan,” Smith said in an interview. “I don’t doubt for a second there is going to continue to be violence and turbulence,” but the main transnational terrorist threat is now elsewhere. “We can only be in so many places. We have to make choices, and those choices are not easy. It’s not as if we didn’t put in the time in Afghanistan.” Some officials have warned that a U.S. exit will lead to the collapse of the Kabul government while jeopardizing gains made over the past two decades in health, education and women’s rights. Biden administration officials say the United States intends to remain closely involved in the peace process and will continue to provide humanitarian aid and assistance to the Afghan government and security forces, which remains almost totally dependent on foreign support. “What we will not do is use our troops as bargaining chips,” the senior official said. “We went to Afghanistan to deliver justice to those who attacked us on Sept. 11. . . . We believe we achieved that objective some years ago,” the senior official said, and now judge the threat to the United States “to be at a level that we can address it without a persistent military footprint.” Biden, who argued unsuccessfully during the Obama administration for a small, counterterrorism-focused presence, had already hinted that the United States would remain for only a limited time beyond the May 1 deadline. Late last month, he said he did not expect U.S. troops to be deployed there next year. “We will leave,” he said at a White House news conference. “But the question is when we leave.” Administration officials were in the process of notifying officials in NATO nations as well as Afghan officials and the Taliban on Tuesday. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, in a statement from his office, said he would have no statement until an upcoming phone call with Biden “to officially share details of the new withdrawal plan.” The senior official also said the Taliban was reminded of its commitments under the Trump agreement and warned against attacking departing U.S. forces. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said the militants would make an official response “when the U.S. formally announces” its plans, presumably by Biden on Wednesday. The official said the U.S. withdrawal would be fully coordinated with NATO and other coalition partners. Citing NATO’s “in together, out together” mantra, the senior official said “we will take the time we need to execute that, and no more time than that.” The official said withdrawal would begin before May 1 and might well be completed before September. Many NATO governments have said they have no desire or ability to remain without the logistical, security and other support the U.S. forces provide. Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin are in Brussels Tuesday and Wednesday informing their NATO counterparts. Germany has the second largest force in Afghanistan, numbering more than 1,000. Officials there have cautioned that they would need months to organize an orderly departure. In early March, Blinken launched a last-ditch diplomatic effort to bring the Taliban and the Afghan government together to end the war with an interim power-sharing arrangement. He warned Ghani in a sharply-worded letter that time was growing short. The hope was to accelerate a negotiating process begun under President Donald Trump in 2019, when White House envoy Zalmay Khalilzad started talks with militant leaders in Doha, the capital of Qatar. That led to a February 2020 agreement signed by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo under which the United States pledged to withdraw its forces by May 1, 2021, in exchange for Taliban severance of all ties with al-Qaeda, and agreement to begin negotiations with the Afghan government toward a cease-fire and peace accord. While the inter-Afghan talks began in September, they have made little progress. At the same time, the Taliban has increased its attacks on Afghan troops and expanded its territorial control. As the new administration launched its review, the Pentagon and the United Nations reported that the militants had not complied with their commitments under the Trump agreement. Many Afghan experts have concluded that the Taliban are moving closer to a military victory, but that they may be reluctant to take over as a pariah government, which could result in a loss of international support and aid for the country. Biden’s choice was a stark one. With U.S. public opinion and Congress divided, staying could lead to political difficulties at home and renewed Taliban attacks on U.S. forces. At the same time, an abrupt American departure could undermine any achievements made in the past two decades, reduce the possibility of a peace deal and lead to a Taliban takeover. John Sopko, the independent special inspector for Afghanistan reconstruction, warned Congress last month that U.S. withdrawal without a peace agreement in place would be “a disaster,” and mean government collapse. Others have warned of civil war, as regional warlords have amassed and armed their own forces. Blinken’s warning to Ghani, along with the interim government proposal, seemed to have little effect. He called for a conference of Taliban and Afghan leaders to take place in Turkey this month, and a U.N.-convened meeting of regional governments, including Iran, along with the United States, to push diplomacy. Although Turkey announced Tuesday the Afghan meeting would go ahead on April 24, Mohammad Naeem, spokesman for the Taliban political office, said in a tweet Tuesday that “until all foreign forces completely withdraw from our homeland,” they would “not participate in any conference that shall make decisions about Afghanistan.” No U.N. meeting has been confirmed. Khalilzad’s shuttle diplomacy among the Afghans and with regional leaders have yet to bring the two sides together in agreement. The person familiar with the administration’s deliberations rejected the suggestion that these apparent failures precipitated Biden’s decision. The United States, the person said, would continue its diplomatic efforts to bring peace. But time had proved that the presence of U.S. troops, even at much higher levels, was not effective leverage at moving the parties beyond where they have been willing to go, he said. Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.), a former CIA analyst and senior security official in administrations of both parties, said Congress would need a full accounting of plans to secure U.S. diplomats in Afghanistan and ensure that global extremists from al-Qaeda and the Islamic State are unable to gain renewed strength. The senior official said any potential for a resurgence of al-Qaeda in Afghanistan, where U.S. intelligence currently assesses its presence as relatively small, “will be met with vigilance.” Drawing on the “lesson from Iraq,” where the Islamic State turned into a major fighting force after the bulk of U.S. troops left, “we have to have the intelligence and military capabilities positioned in the region and the attention of our national security apparatus sufficiently focused to ensure” that if al-Qaeda “begins to emerge,” the United States “will deal with it,” the senior official said. While officials said Biden would end the military mission entirely, they acknowledged that a still-undetermined number of troops would remain to secure the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, where diplomats would be vulnerable if security deteriorates in the Afghan capital. During his campaign, Biden said his preference was to leave a counterterrorism force of about 1,500 troops in Afghanistan even as other forces withdrew. That now appears to be off the table. But it’s unclear how the administration may use civilian contractors and intelligence officials now working alongside military personnel to retain a capacity to discern and respond to extremist threats. The U.S. government has routinely assigned military personnel under CIA or other intelligence agency authority in overseas missions, allowing them to conduct certain activities without technically counting as part of a military footprint. The senior official declined to comment on the issue. Retired Gen. Colin Powell, former secretary of state and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said the decision to leave was overdue. “I wouldn’t say enough is enough,” said Powell, who was in charge of George W. Bush’s State Department during the 9/11 attacks and the beginning of the U.S. war in Afghanistan. “I’d say we’ve done all we can do. . . . What are those troops being told they’re there for? It’s time to bring it to an end.” The Soviet Union, which occupied Afghanistan for a decade until it abruptly withdrew in 1989, “did it the same way,” Powell said. “They got tired, and they marched out and back home. How long did anybody remember that?”
  37. 1 point
    Sure. Let’s start in her immediate neighborhood, and work out from there. Fucking idiot.
  38. 1 point
    Well I do too but in this case bazarre was the correct spelling for "very strange or unusual, especially so as to cause interest or amusement. Which begs the question, why is bizaar spelled with two "a's"? Very bizarre.
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    He looks like someone Sargent Joe Friday would have given a lecture to on Dragnet.
  41. 1 point
    And yet, it happens. And jmtc’s, but it wouldn’t surprise me at all that the last 4 yrs drove people to the polls.
  42. 1 point
    You cannot possibly be this stupid or blind. You'll have to be trolling on purpose because nobody can be this ignorant
  43. 1 point
    Sorry guys, this is the most badass ever
  44. 1 point
    Thee fact that any reasonable voter still has a lick of support for this asshat in office frankly shocks the hell out of me. The list of Campaign lies alone should be enough to have people revolting in the streets
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  46. 1 point
    I looked at the other boards when PC BBMB went down. I miss some things and some people from there, but this one is the best of the bunch.
  47. 1 point
    1999 I was 35 yrs old, truck driver for a company from Iowa - best job ever, looked like I was 23, sang in local bands, had hair down to the small of my back, lived in a killer apartment on the corner of Hertel and Saranac and had life by the balls. In between - had 1 more trucking job, then bought my own, moved to Norwalk St with my Kid's psycho mother that I met in 2002, owned a company booking and promoting local bands in local clubs, got tricked into moving to Central, Illinois, had 4 different shitty jobs, failed at a Property Management company and found God. Now, 52 yrs old, 2 kids, graying hair, a baby's mama that ruined my life and I'm stuck dumping too much child support on, stuck in the Peoria, IL area - the shit-hole of the Midwest, but with a great job - Field Trainer/Technician for Dish Network, some of the best friends I've ever had and an amazing girlfriend that I'll marry one day, but feeling like life turned around and grabbed me by the balls and won't let go
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  49. 1 point
    I'll miss being on a forum where I wasn't a noob.....
  50. 1 point
    Thank GOD you didn't include me in that group lol
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