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  1. Appreciate the links, but given the source (Berkeley, not you), I'm inclined to be pretty skeptical of the results.
  2. For many years, Marquette University was nicknamed the Warriors. Then in the mid 90's, the administration changed the name to Golden Eagles citing sensitivity concerns to Native Americans. You can't please everyone...
  3. Disagree completely. But this also isn't the place to discuss. This doesn't belong in the Shark Pool.
  4. Not the place to get into this, but yes, '68 has more than a few spots on the list. Dr. King's and Bobby Kennedy's assassinations are obvious choices. However, I also said this is "one of" the worst moments, and I stand by that. The attempted overthrow of our government by communists (avowed communists, by the way) and a possible descent into civil war are pretty significant--not really sure how anyone can deny that. Anyway, back to the topic at hand. I think it's somewhat amusing that the vitriol and venom surrounding CK's possible return will end up moot in the end. At least for now. One of the few issues on which I agree with some other posters on the other end of the political chasm is that an NFL season is looking less and less likely this year. We can argue about his ability, the distraction he may or may not cause, the illegitimacy of his beliefs, etc., but in the end it's looking like we're all wasting our time.
  5. Oh, I have. And yes, it does. But to each their own.
  6. Looting, rioting, innocent people being attacked in the streets, monuments being torn down, no respect for law and order...yeah, I'd say that's a bad thing. In fact, I'd say this is one of the worst moments in our country's history. But hey, if a violent communist insurrection and a Marxist coup is your idea of tolerance, that's good to know.
  7. Couldn't disagree with you more. I'd say that intolerance has increased exponentially in the last month and shows no signs of slowing down.
  8. Country-wives, fortunately, are not very susceptible. The combination of rural air and rugged living has strengthened their immune systems, resulting in an almost non-existent fatality rate.