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    I can only assume that some of the gays are expert ball handlers
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    Only a racist would page a pedophile.
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    What does 'liberal' mean? What positions should a liberal take? Have liberals taken the same position for the pats 40 years? Are we suggesting liberals and conservatives have consistently had the same positions for the past 260 years in the US? The Blue Dog 'moderate' Democrats all support the ACA now, but it was "moderate" to oppose it in 2009/2010 when it was being debated and passed. In fact, the ACA was attacked as being socialist; now Republicans are falling over one an another to promise that, if they repeal the ACA, they're basically not going to change anything the law does since it's popular. I was far-left for opposing the Iraq War in 2003; now I just have common sense. I was far-left for supporting gay marriage; now you're an extremist for opposing it. "Moderates" used to support civil unions; now most of them are backers of gay marriage being legal. It was considered extremely liberal and out of the mainstream to let gays in the military a few decades ago and Republicans were confidently warning people about the "homosexual agenda." Don't Ask Don't Tell was the "moderate" compromise. Then Don't Ask Don't Tell was supported by Republicans and a full repeal was supported by Democrats, with moderates fully supporting gays serving openly. Ronald Reagan fought against Social Security in the 1960s. Then he raised taxes to preserve it in the 1980s. There's a good chance Medicare-For-All will eventually be seen as a normal position for both parties to take; what is considered far left and moderate always changes, and there's not really room for debate on that since we have tangible, quantifiable evidence. Humorously, many positions considered to be "too liberal" eventually become the mainstay sensible positions that moderates take later and pump their chests out for supporting years after the fact.
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    Expert: Latest Manafort Revelations Could Put Kellyanne Conway in Mueller’s Sights
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    I cannot imagine the size of the cash payout Bungie had to make.
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    Yup... have McConnell keep doing this. Drag his turtley ass back into the conversation. DO YOUR JOB you miserable piece of shit.
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    Why are you assuming that abortions are purely elective and not due to a health issue of the mother or fetus? Not that this number can be accurately assessed, but stuff like endopic pregnancies are not an insignificant issue.
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    Its a start, but how can we make even less babies?
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    Yea, at the same price with the same performance, getting the card with less features doesn’t make sense to me unless you have something against one of the brands. That’s my point as to why I think lack of RT will hurt it from a sales perspective - at $700 it’s educated PC gamers buying it, not random schmucks looking to maybe get into PC gaming.
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    Hearing that Obsidian's upcoming game is not open world filled me with glee.
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    My wife and I welcomed our first last month. Sounds like I need to get busy on a second.
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    To some degree it wouldn’t make sense unless the movie was still in theaters, but it also depends on what’s being spoiled. Spoiling the reveal of a character is different than spoiling a plot turn. I respect the pressure marketers face in getting people out to see the films and it’s fair to say that enough of the first week’s viewings will go to the most engaged crowd. If you’ve pushed to the second week it’s also fair that despite your intentions to see a film you didn’t/couldn’t make it a priority and a little extra push is not out of line. The job of crafting a trailer is tough and has typically been independent from the filmmakers themselves. The problem hasn’t so much been spoilers (since a trailer is necessarily a spoiler to some degree) but a lack of respect for the story the trailer is asking the audience to engage with. This news is great because it’s the first of hopefully many commitments to start with that and if the director can’t/won’t be part of that process a blanket “first reel” prohibition is a great place to start. But that doesn’t mean “absolutely no spoilers,” which is basically an impossible ask. I recall the trailers for A BEAUTIFUL MIND being particularly respectful of some relatively major plot points that happen really very early in the film despite the fact that it’s a film based on a real person’s life. Despite that it still showed things that were answered questions that were open for most of the film if you paid attention (thinking the ultimate status of the primary relationship). At at the end of the day it’s impossible to avoid every spoiler and there’s a legitimate business need for increasing spoilers as time goes on post-release. All I ask is that some consideration go into respecting both the audience and the filmmakers. It’s a tough line to walk.
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    He's old, comparatively unfavorable with the party's most important constituency, and his campaign is getting #MeToo'd. Solid presidential material! Harris/Gillibrand 2020, baby. Let's get it!
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    I’d argue that Kevin Hart’s film career is more akin to Kevin James or Rob Schneider at this point. Where Sandler just makes crappy movies, Hart basically plays himself with a theme. For instance: Rob Schneider is... an animal... a 17 year old girl... a male gigolo... etc Kevin James is... an MMA fighting school teacher... a zoo keeper... a mall security guard... etc Kevin Hart is... a fake best man... a fake criminal... a high school drop out... a CIA agent’s only friend... etc
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    I'll give those immigrants the babies they need
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    None - it is literally a "First World Problem".
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    She's trying to still get that Oscar lol... she not only did a song with him but defended him pretty strongly at the time they did it
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    I had to stalk ResetERA for some early impressions on it real quick and I feel like I just cheated on my wife with a dirty hooker.
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    It was pretty fun and underrated. Too bad it wasn't included in the base game and took too long sometimes to join a game because of lack of players.
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    The FE has nothing to do with current MSRP unless you’re trying to say that AMD is incompetent and REALLY bad at being a business? I really do not understand the argument you’re attempting.
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    Well, I'm pretty niche, but Nvidia's Tensor Cores and RT cores means unless there is a big surprise with these AMD cards, I'm going Nvidia.
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    I’ve never played it and I’m super excited! So....it’s fantastic? Me too!
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    Biden would have lost to Trump in 2016 and would lose in 2020
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    That is EXACTLY what I'm talking about! Dare the GOP Senate to reject the 2017 proposal that the Imbecile originally agreed to before the Right spooked him: $X billion for "border security" plus DACA citizenship path.
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    Competitive performance at similar prices with questionable availability. Sounds like AMD's back on top!
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    I haven't heard if they're shooting them back to back. I fear we'll get another modern sci-fi masterpiece that tanks at the box office and then they never make the second part. If you didn't see the tie in short film (5m), that's also worthwhile.
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