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  1. The answer is bad QB play. AJ Brown averaged 2 receptions and 45 yards a game playing with Mariota.
  2. Seems like he reported on the first day to report, if you ask me.
  3. Brown, Brown, Evans, Jackson, Landry and Byard were all better than Ryan and Casey.
  4. “Pull up” is slang for a few things but in this context it simply means come to Nashville/Tennessee Titans. I also believe Clowney to Titans is a done deal and has been since the Madden leak. The team couldn’t sign him immediately after the draft or that could have been viewed as a violation of the NFL’s policy on compensatory picks. We shall see.
  5. How it spreads: By airborne respiratory droplets (coughs or sneezes). By skin-to-skin contact (handshakes or hugs). By saliva (kissing or shared drinks). By touching a contaminated surface (blanket or doorknob). That would be how influenza spreads. Every study shows masks do not stop the spread of influenza. So the supposed more dangerous CV19 airborne respiratory droplets are no match for loose fitting $1 masks, yet they do nothing to stop flu airborne respiratory droplets. Both sides of your fucking neck. And I am intellectually dishonest? Your reply to this info? Duh, duh...it’s not influenza. Brilliant!!!!
  6. [email protected] is a fool. The $1 mask protects you from nothing. If it did, it wouldn’t cost a $1. Only retards would believe a $1 mask would be good or protect them from anything....only a fucking fool.
  7. @titanrussSo when is gatherings, non social distancing good for preventing the spread of CV 19? During a protest or during a protest? https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/06/05/health/health-care-open-letter-protests-coronavirus-trnd/index.html https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2020/04/20/us/protests-coronavirus-stay-at-home-orders/index.html Oh...I forgot, there’s good safe protesting/good non social distancing/exposing others to the virus and bad safe protesting/non social distancing/exposing others to the virus. STFU and stop being a tool, get an original thought and stop being a fucking tool.
  8. @titanrussthey run because of what? Working above and beyond, I tell ya. No aerosol passes through these shits. Pick on somebody your own size.
  9. I have and obviously you haven’t. Keep with the non sense. Masks didn’t look they worked to me...but I know you will contest they were amazing. Debates with fools are fruitless. So you are right. Masks protect you from everything.
  10. Grab your mask and see how it works with pepper spray or tear gas, then get back at me with that supposed fact. LOL
  11. LOL. It’s easier to convince someone to believe a lie than to convince them they’ve been lied to.
  12. We know Covid can exist on surfaces for up to 3 hours. Let’s say, I am positive but don’t know. I have my mask to protect me and you from the big bad virus. I am driving is my car and I sneeze in my hand. I get out, put my mask on and grab the handle to the local gas store. You come behind me with your mask on and touch the same door handle. You go back to your car and touch your face taking off your mask. Did the mask help???? Social distancing and staying six feet apart prevents the spread from droplets and aerosols...not masks. There is nothing done about the spread from surfaces. Masks don’t do shit.
  13. Wow! Such stupidity. Isn’t the argument that has been given is masks work in other countries??? I am sure you will find a post showing the low deaths in Japan because of wearing a mask. Is that retards with cognitive dissonance and existing bias???? LOL. Like saying masks block aerosols? Without the different sets of variables for testing? I am sure you wouldn’t want a cloth mask against a pepper spray attack...or tear gas. So have you seen a study with the Covid aerosol...or do just use YOUR cognitive dissonance and existing bias? Oh I forgot...you use good cognitive dissonance and existing bias and others use bad cognitive dissonance and existing bias.

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