greend

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  1. On 3/14/2020 at 1:58 PM, selassieyouth said:

    It's too bad.

    I think all of them on both sides are failing.

    No bias here. You can support any one of them you want.

    Just lost my job due to coronavirus shut down. Not one of these fools is deserving of their jobs at this point.

    Agree

     

    Sorry to hear this, hopefully it will be short lived and you will be back to work quickly 


  2. 9 minutes ago, selassieyouth said:

    This issue is two fold. You can really listen to the orange guy accusing the media of bias either.

    See he is a reality TV game show host. He is the part of the media. And he is making this country look like a joke.

    The bigger issue is that media has literally become "reality" TV. It is focused on opinion regardless of its bias. News is a thing of the past. Entertainment media has destroyed real reporting.

    stopped paying attention to your post here. 


  3. 16 hours ago, ilikepargo said:

    The anti-media routine is asinine.

    We have an incompetent Administration that is still treating this more as a public-relations problem than as a public health crisis.  But the threat is real.  This virus is going to kill a lot of Americans - specifically, it will kill a lot of America's grandparents.  And it isn't just about making your grandparents stay home.  21 people died in a senior center in Washington because a younger person who had the disease but didn't know it walked in and visited.  It spreads mostly through close proximity.  And people can have it and be spreading it for days before they have even the first sign of symptoms.

    With an Administration that can't seem to get its act together, it is the Media that is trying to educate people about the disease.  They are the ones who are doing good and taking the scientists and the medial professionals seriously.  They are actually trying to help.

    5 months is a long time.  If we will be smart and listen to the media and actually learn about this, maybe the problem can diminish at some point between now and then. But that means taking it seriously rather than clinging to stupid anti-media biases.

     

    BTW - @ OP:  Disneyland closed today. 

    nope, be smart, but don't listen to the media


  4. 21 hours ago, time2rock said:

    I'm sure their intended strategy went out the door when the completely unexpected opportunity to grab Dillard fell within their reach. Can't fault them for that - you have to be flexible with your draft plans in order to capitalize on these types of opportunities. Now just have to hope he pans out as expected. Keep him away from the fire extinguisher!! haha

    This


  5. 8 minutes ago, mlodj said:

    No big deal, just ignore it.  Next time try duct tape and plastic handcuffs, those always work for me.

    Appreciate the advice, that's what I love about this place. There's always an expert on something hanging around.


  6. On 5/11/2017 at 11:46 AM, NIBGoldenchild said:

    He's not a good QB, but he's not terrible. He's also better than the vast majority of backups in this league. Remember, there aren't actually enough good QBs to be starting for 32 teams. He'll get his chance once a team loses a starter to injury, or we get closer to TC. 

    He sucks. 


  7. The older topics will be rotated the same way the TATE ones were.

    got to around 2000 pgs by years end and then got rotated

    not sure what you mean

    It means that they will now pretend that those threads were causing issues even though we can see that they are not.

    Either that or he is trying to say that those threads are receiving the same treatment even though one has been opened since 2004 which is 7 years longer than any blog thread was every active for.

    so, is this what you mean?