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T-Dub

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  1. Would be pretty funny to walk in and approach some bald middle-aged handler wearing a lanyard then act all confused when they correct you "Nah... Are you sure?" ..and that's one more reason I probably don't get invited to these things
  2. You'd think a Warrior for Christ could complete a 10 yard out route but who knows, never took ol' JC as much of a sports fan TBH. Cute how they try to use WOKE as an insult though. OK, Boomer. We can stop at Bob Evans for you on the way back to the Super Bowl.
  3. “The unborn” are a convenient group of people to advocate for. They never make demands of you; they are morally uncomplicated, unlike the incarcerated, addicted, or the chronically poor; they don’t resent your condescension or complain that you are not politically correct; unlike widows, they don’t ask you to question patriarchy; unlike orphans, they don’t need money, education, or childcare; unlike aliens, they don’t bring all that racial, cultural, and religious baggage that you dislike; they allow you to feel good about yourself without any work at creating or maintaining relationships; and when they are born, you can forget about them, because they cease to be unborn. You can love the unborn and advocate for them without substantially challenging your own wealth, power, or privilege, without re-imagining social structures, apologizing, or making reparations to anyone. They are, in short, the perfect people to love if you want to claim you love Jesus, but actually dislike people who breathe. Prisoners? Immigrants? The sick? The poor? Widows? Orphans? All the groups that are specifically mentioned in the Bible? They all get thrown under the bus for the unborn.” ― Methodist Pastor David Barnhart
  4. Yeah man I think they look pretty bad. The flame making the orange part of the logo on the metal cut-outs is kinda cool but otherwise they look super cheesy, like a WWE intro at best. The plastic plants look more like a hedge in the background and all the fog & shitty motion blur fx really aren't helping. Get an actual trained tiger on a proper set & they'd be awesome.
  5. It is, not really a believer but I do appreciate the Christian charities are too often the only option. For example I've got no great admiration for the Catholic church but they're really the only ones around here trying to help immigrant communities.
  6. But increasingly this is exactly how Christians act. At some point it crosses into "no true Scotsman" territory.
  7. I'd like to see him take the next step and really start to dominate weaker opponents but I'm honestly fine with him being solidly average for now.
  8. Agreed, and all the debate is just meant to legitimize replacing our Constitution with bible verse.
  9. Homer glasses aside I think I'd honestly have to say Thompson.
  10. Let's be real.. If you're passing up exclusive NFL-level massage therapists in favor of randos off Instagram you're definitely, 100% not actually going to them for a massage. "Here sign this NDA first" There is no room for doubt as to his intentions here. None.
  11. I understand but there's been a TON of discussion about whether or not the Bible prohibits abortion and not nearly enough on why it doesn't fucking matter.
  12. Yeah for me he's already proven it doesn't need to be plausible for him to deny it. So more waiting for consequences.
  13. Yes let's wait for conclusive proof that the man who told people to go "fight like hell" in a coup designed to keep him in power was involved in it. I mean maybe it was supposed to be a big surprise party like he walks in to clean out the Oval Office on his last day and everyone pops out and declares him Emperor.
  14. I mean, how could he not be when he both planned and executed what was going on?
  15. OK but consider this: who gives a shit what the Bible says about abortion. That's not a basis for law.
  16. My guess is they will stop well short of the obviously complicit law enforcement at command level.
  17. NFL only cares as far as it damages the brand, at the point where the bad PR has faded enough to cost them less than subsidizing the Browns they will throw them a life preserver & let him apply to rejoin the league if he does reeducation camp & pinky-promises to stop taking his dick out in crowded elevators.
  18. & I think it's mostly because of the hole Cleveland dug for themselves. What would they do if he's expelled besides suck for the next 5 years?
  19. I will always say the NFL did Burfict dirty & AFAIK was never a liability off the field like Jones. In fact, it brings it back around to Henry as I'd expect CTE affected their judgment just like it did his at times. Have to wonder how their careers could've gone if they'd received more support than punishment for it. NFLPA is probably more to blame than Goodell for that, too. Slimy as he is, he works for the owners, Was the union there for any of these three?
  20. No doubt those teams were babydoodoo soft, first busted play or turnover & they tended to just crumble. That's when our DB's would start doing too much and drawing the big penalties. Burrow has shown himself to be the polar opposite of whatever that mess was... IDK if I've ever seen a QB get hit so much and never rattle.
  21. Yeah that's legit, I definitely had some friends growing up that I needed to get clear of as we got older. Given all he's been through I can believe he has matured & I'm happy to hear he's built a more stable life for himself. Sounds like all the hotel freakouts and spitting incidents are behind him. Still think he set a terrible example for the locker room back then but I'll take your word that he's grown into a different person.
  22. Man that's awful if so, can't even trust a blunt at a party these days...
  23. Somebody ping me when the cuffs go on 😴
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