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CheeTo

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  1. 2017-18 NBA Regular Season Discussion

    That was terrible feel so bad for the guy.
  2. 2017-18 NBA Regular Season Discussion

    Can't wait. It's awesome to not spend 30 minutes trying to find a movie or show that ends up being bad 4 nights a week. I hope LeBron plays for the kyrie showing.
  3. Reviews with that enabled in a non overclock review should be able to do so, only with the stock cooling that comes with the chip.
  4. Yeah, I guess the loudest voice and deepest pockets gets to be prom queen.
  5. Fantasy Basketball [Lazy Edit]

    Aight, count me in.
  6. Supporting someone don't mean you align with everything he/she says. I voted for Obama both terms, but I didn't always agree with him and I don't want or expect someone to associate my vote with undying loyalty. Nor do I support Trump or many of the appalling things he says on Twitter. My point was never made that people should support Trump, but is that it's anti-productive to assimilate that every person that might agree with one thing he has said or done agrees with all of those things. Again, it's about the divide of shouting at each other rather than taking the time to understand the why.
  7. No, I'm saying I can empathize with someone's point of view, even when it's wrong, particularly when someone is backed into a corner. Treating every supporter of Trump as if they are also extremists doesn't accomplish much. Everyone gets to their political side for a reason, and following that trail to form productive conversation is better than blindly calling people nazis (not implying you are, but that is a frequent reaction I see).
  8. Assuming you can't get a better job quickly, I'd say selling drugs, your body if you're good looking though I suppose you might find takers even if not, and then last I've heard pyramid schemes are always a good get rich quick method.
  9. Pretty much every entertainment entity speaks out against Trump regularly, causing a constant rebuttal of fake news, liberal lies, etc. At some point is this going to cause the right to adapt and include, even if slowly, some basic human empathy into their ideology that extends past those of their own kind, or will they be limited to the likes of Duck Dynasty and Nascar? I'd like to think the left is doing so for this reason, or even if not the eventuality would lead to that affect regardless. However, right now it just seems to be constantly a black and white dialogue that leads to nothing but more division. I can understand why Trump supporters react the way they do even if I don't agree with them 99% of the time. I'm young-ish (29), but I don't ever remember Democrats and Republicans shouting so deafly at each other.
  10. Total War: Warhammer II - reviews are up

    Yeah, you should be able to at that lower resolution.
  11. That's how my extended family run their lives (German Baptist faith). They abstain from voting, are conscientious objectors when it comes to war and show their faith by helping the poor and those in need etc. There are a lot of strange things about their religion such as no tv or flashy cars in such that I'm incredibly glad I wasn't raised that way, but at least they don't quote the bible and then do the opposite like many Christians.
  12. Fantasy Basketball [Lazy Edit]

    Is that Eastern? I would be down, but won't be home from work most likely.
  13. Is Lyft gaining ground now? They keep sending me free ride promotions.
  14. It - RT Score so far suggests amazingness.

    I absolutely loved it and am glad it's doing so much better than expected at the box office. The kids were perfect adaptations and hilarious at times. For those saying it wasn't scary, I'd say the reactions from the crowd at the sold out theater disagreed :p. If you're an experienced horror watcher, it's definitely not terrifying, but a lot of genuinely frightening moments. I'm going to see it again most likely.
  15. I had a conversation with my brother-in-law last weekend about this. He is adamantly against the legalization of marijuana due to the increases of health risk and medical costs of making it widely available. He also agrees that alcohol is more dangerous, so that particular discussion doesn't really have merit when taking about this particular topic. I'm not particularly interested in weed, so don't have a big dog in the fight and my only really topic add was that I thought it shouldn't be classified as strictly as it is and I morally think if people want to do something that could potentially be adverse to their health, they should be allowed to as long as restrictions are appropriately defined. Anyone have any articles to post that would claim that legalization causes more overall good rather than harm particularly in the legalized states? I've done some research but mainly have only found articles that have biased opinion on each side.
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