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  1. Depends on the mood, all are so great all are best listened to as an album Money, young lust, another brink in the wall part 2 are very over rated, though they fit well in the album Dogs is as good as anything they have ever done comfortably numb you'd think would be over rated, its not if i have to rate them i'd put the wall 4th because it was the final straw that broke the band. Animals Wish you were Here Dark Side Wall
  2. Tie for sure i am with Doug B always wear a tie to an interview
  3. i feel bad for that dude who gave me a hernia check at in the bathroom at O'hare, i coughed right in his face
  4. Yashar Ali @yashar 1h Per Governor @GavinNewsom, California is monitoring 8,400 people for Coronavirus. "We knew this was inevitable," he says
  5. For the record, if this does get worse it will, as with most things, impact at risk groups more. For example, lower income people are less likely to get treated because they cannot afford a doctor's visit. The disabled community is at huge risk, some have compromised immune systems. many rely on public transportation, some are not able to follow instructions on how to stay safe, dependence on medications they may not be able to get if travel is restricted, etc...
  6. I've got some nuts in my underpants y'all can stock up on
  7. for the record, and i am not judging I promise but if you want to talk about unorthodox things you do, next time lead with the breastfeeding thing.
  8. ya know... he likes the... no, you are right. Wait what is the correct response. carry on
  9. I pour the Fun Dip powder straight in my mouth! then sometimes later I chomp down the sticks
  10. happy to help out, please Send them our best EG. let them know there's good peeps on the innerwebs!
  11. Update! My son did a project on the Holocaust for school. It was one of 25 projects put on display at a local synagogue (temple? not sure the difference) for their community event for Yom Hashoah. As a result we went to the service, and I am very glad we did. The service had some prayers which I am not familiar with. It also had a speaker discuss the holocaust, pointing out (among other things) that it was not the ignorant who perpetrated and planned the atrocities, it was the well educated. Engineers, Doctors, Lawyers, etc. After that they had survivors and descendants light candles. The there was some...i am not sure if it was a prayer but something like that... where the rabbi said something in Hebrew and then someone in would say the name of a concentration camp. I wish i had a translation to know what they were saying. Finally there was a musical performance. There were 3 pieces from Jewish composers who died during the holocaust. 2 of the 3 pieces were written in concentration camps. Then there were 3 pieces that were written post holocaust. All in all it was very moving and I am so glad we went. The actual building and sanctuary were beautiful as well. There was one thing that struck me though. Not in the sanctuary, but in the entryway and the hall there were 2 police officers. They were in their uniforms, i did not notice if they had guns but I assume they did. Their vehicle was parked out front. They were not obtrusive or anything, but they were there. It struck me as a new experience that these people need a police presence to watch for disturbances at a Holocaust Memorial service. It says something about the current state of things that the chance that anti semetic Nazi #######s might actually intrude on an event like this. Honestly it made me very sad. I'd encourage people to see if there is an event like this in your community next year and consider attending. I am very glad that through my son's school project we found out about it and attended.
  12. but hey, we are just talking about a backup QB job. It is not like a backup QB can win games or anything...right Philly? I am sure Eric Reed and Kaep are just not good football players anymore. Adrian Peterson beat his kids nuts bloody with a stick, but at least he did not offend the sensibilities of the owners by protesting oppression. So sign him up! His skills have not eroded.
  13. Florio says it was the anthem http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/04/12/kaepernick-workout-planned-for-two-weeks-was-scrapped-at-the-eleventh-hour/
  14. I must confess that over the past few years I have been gravely disappointed with the white moderate. I have almost reached the regrettable conclusion that the Negro’s great stumbling block in his stride toward freedom is not the White Citizen’s Counciler or the Ku Klux Klanner, but the white moderate, who is more devoted to “order” than to justice; who prefers a negative peace which is the absence of tension to a positive peace which is the presence of justice; who constantly says: “I agree with you in the goal you seek, but I cannot agree with your methods of direct action”; who paternalistically believes he can set the timetable for another man’s freedom; who lives by a mythical concept of time and who constantly advises the Negro to wait for a “more convenient season.” yeah, i am sure THAT guy would side with the NFL owners and want Kaep to shut up and play football
  15. He was all ab out just shutting up about inequality and collecting a paycheck. pretty much what he is known for.
  16. IT is not about the money as they did not bring Kaep in. And I think there's a whole lot of people who would argue RG3 was a HUGE distraction to the team in Washington. Kaep has never been a distraction to his team.
  17. Thanks for sharing, Koya.
  18. https://twitter.com/OrinKerr/status/984377967848468480 a thread from a man whose family was decimated during the holocaust. He shows a picture with 16 polish Jews in it, taken in 1938. Only 2 of the 16 survived the war, one being this man's father.
  19. Today is the day for the Jewish people to remember the 6 million Jewish people killed during the Holocaust. At the same time there is a WAPO report saying: Asked to identify what Auschwitz is, 41 percent of American adults as a whole and 66 percent of millennials could not come up with a correct response identifying it as a concentration camp or extermination camp. if the numbers were 1/2 of that it would still be too startlingly high. We need to study this atrocity, educate the next generation, and do our best to ensure it is never repeated. Now with the rise in popularity and the publicity that those who would proudly wear a swastika are getting it is more important than ever to recall what those symbols mean. My son recently was able to go hear a holocaust survivor speak and it really moved him. Those opportunities are fading as that generation passes, but we MUST not let the memories fade. We owe them that. So if you have a child, talk to them today. It is not an easy or fun topic to discuss, but it has to happen. And for any of you on this board who are Jewish, or who might have family who were impacted, my prayers are with you. I will not forget, and I will try and not let others forget.
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