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    Scared, then compared it to "catcalling". Lmao

    I have never heard of a candidate for office, in the midst of a campaign, having a debate with a journalist. That would be quite unusual. The point of a debate is for multiple CANDIDATES to discuss issues of the day so the voting public draw comparisons. She probably wouldn't be able to win such a debate, but I would guess there are plenty of Republican candidates who also would be skewered if debating a professional journalist, who makes a living covering issues of the day? Think Marsha Blackburn vs. any of them
  2. I remember reading a Commercial Appeal article at the time which emphasized that market constraints would dictate that having a team in Nashville would mean that Memphis would NEVER be the location of an NFL franchise. It also went so far as to accuse Bud Adams of blocking the awarding of what became the Jaguars franchise to Memphis because he already had designs on Nashville and the limited Tennessee market. After all the years Memphis spent pursuing a team, the anger and disappointment was understandable.
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    Voter Fraud - The Big Myth?

    If voters were required to purchase a special voting uniform in order to vote, then the comparison might be apt.
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    Voter Fraud - The Big Myth?

    I wouldn't have a problem with requiring picture IDs to vote if a couple of common sense modifications were made. 1. Exempt senior citizens who are not required to have a photo on their driver's license. There have been numerous reports of seniors, who have been voting for decades with their legally issued voter registration card, that were not allowed to participate because they had no way to obtain the photo ID. If this is not acceptable then the state legislatures should the fund the installation of equipment to make photo IDs at each election administration office. 2. Allow college issued IDs to to be used as verification at the polls. All college students do not have driver's licenses. By ridiculously allowing concealed carry permits to be used for verification but not college IDs, it appears that one sect of voters is favored over another.
  5. A former Titans player who should eventually get in is Gary Anderson.
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    QANON conspiracy

    I, for one, have to give QAnon points for originality. They really go above and beyond other conspiracy-centric groups in that regard. I mean, according to them the mastermind of the current presidential administration is John F. Kennedy Jr. (pictured below), who faked his own death 19 years ago and now works as a t-shirt salesman under the alias Vincent Fusca. Luckily, his wife also survived and attends Trump rallies with him. I could find no word on the status of his sister-in-law who also supposedly perished in the plane crash.
  7. Not only did the attacker request specific pieces of jewelry, it is implied that he had a key to get in, as there was no forced entry.
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    Body found at the home of Janoris Jenkins

    That's kind of what OJ tried ^
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    Body found at the home of Janoris Jenkins

    Police believe victim was strangled or suffocated. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/06/26/police-believe-deceased-was-strangled-or-suffocated-at-janoris-jenkins-house/
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    Body found at the home of Janoris Jenkins

    The linked article doesn't let him off the hook (to me). Just because he was in Florida when the body was discovered doesn't exclude him... Forgive me if there are more details, elsewhere, which do exclude him.
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    OJ

    He had better lawyers than the State did. Plain and simple. This superior lawyers were able to get the trial venue changed from Brentwood to downtown LA. The venue change dictated that the jury pool would be comprised of mostly minorities. After that they out lawyered at every turn (exposing racist comments from Furman, poking holes in the Police's evidence procedures, allowing OJ, with little to no objection, to try on the glove, successfully making DNA evidence sound unreliable, etc.). If you were buying everything the OJ team was selling, then there had to be reasonable doubt creeping into your head.
  12. I know they made the playoffs last year, but I think the Chiefs will go from good to elite. Mahomes is going to be special.
  13. Between the Garoppolo trade and this, it's like Brady is the GM now.
  14. Tom Brady, for one.
  15. I remember 12-13 years ago, Charles Robinson of Yahoo sports proclaimed "If the Bears make the playoffs this year, I will eat my computer." When they made the playoffs he had a cake made which looked like his computer. It was super lame. I predict something similar here!
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