Digest for rec.sport.football.college@googlegroups.com - 25 updates in 10 topics

Monday, June 26, 2017

Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 26 07:33PM -0700

In article <bacc9b8b-1c74-44a9-a72e-669d30918264@googlegroups.com>,
 
> You're right, but it only took a minute or two.
 
> Funny thing, while posting that, my wife was asking me what I was doing and after I explained it, she said "Why are you wasting time replying to a troll?" I didn't have a good answer for that.
 
<https://www.xkcd.com/386/>
 
--
Michael Press
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Jun 26 07:37PM -0700

People of all political stripes can enjoy XKCD!
 
Until someone Googles the author's political affiliation, probably in response to this post, and ruins it for half of us.
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 26 08:37PM -0700

In article <94cf7c03-8acc-4f07-9278-512a778c08a2@googlegroups.com>,
 
> People of all political stripes can enjoy XKCD!
 
> Until someone Googles the author's political affiliation, probably in response to this post, and ruins it for half of us.
 
Some of the author's values I do not share. "Science, bitches!"
 
--
Michael Press
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 27 02:17AM

On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 09:16:39 -0700, michael anderson wrote:
 
> with kids and is a human resources consultant. He makes good
> money(600kish) and is good to her supposedly, so I'm guessing they will
> stick.
 
Never give up on her, Mike. Know where she is at and when she is there
and just keep a general eye on her whereabouts and who she associates
with, etc...
 
She may still love you and just doesn't know how to disentangle herself
from her new situation. Know her schedule and see who she interacts with
during the day.
 
Women like men who do that kind of stuff because it lets them know they
are loved.
Ken Olson <kolson@freedomnet.org>: Jun 26 11:05PM -0400

On 6/26/2017 10:17 PM, CtrlAltDel wrote:
> during the day.
 
> Women like men who do that kind of stuff because it lets them know they
> are loved.
 
and stalked
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 27 03:31AM

On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 23:05:00 -0400, Ken Olson wrote:
 
 
>> Women like men who do that kind of stuff because it lets them know they
>> are loved.
 
> and stalked
 
I think Mike would need to see it as rescuing the love of his life from a
terrible mistake. Go get her, Mike.
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 27 02:08AM

On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 04:13:57 -0700, Some dued wrote:
 
> Washington Post and CNN are clearly biased.
 
> Breitbart is the National Enquirer. In the same league as Huff Post. It
> wishes it was CNN or Washington Post.
 
Breitbart does not work with political parties to present news to the
people in a form they consider acceptable. Is Breitbart not honest? Do
they not tell the truth?
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Jun 26 07:34PM -0700

Oh come on, do you not agree that you are a political zealot beyond reason?
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Jun 26 07:42PM -0700

Speaking of the Post: its a good thing we don't care what other countries (except the USSR) think of us!
 
Poll shows US tumbling in world's regard under Trump
https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/poll-shows-us-tumbling-in-worlds-regard-under-trump/2017/06/26/87a4f1bc-5857-11e7-840b-512026319da7_story.html
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 27 03:13AM

On Mon, 26 Jun 2017 19:34:35 -0700, Some dued wrote:
 
> Oh come on, do you not agree that you are a political zealot beyond
> reason?
 
Simply because most Democrats nowadays seem like political zealots beyond
reason does not mean everyone is, Dued.
 
Just because your party's leaders say things like they wish Scalise were
dead and was glad he was shot doesn't mean all of our minds are polluted
like that.
 
Just stop, Dued. You are on the zealot side and I don't have enough
bandwidth to list all the violence and hatred directed towards good,
honest people by remorseless Democrats intent on RESISTING.
 
Violence ain't the answer, bro.
"Con Reeder, unhyphenated American" <constance@duxmail.com>: Jun 26 08:33PM -0500


>> I'm sure there is something.
 
> this is like a Monty Python movie. The interstate road system. Well,
> of course, the interstate road system. What else?
 
Except we are starting to privatize those too, after Indiana and
Pennsylvania's experience has shown that works better.
 
--
The minimum wage law is most properly described as a law saying
employers must discriminate against people who have low skills.
-- Milton Friedman
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Jun 26 06:47PM -0700

My neighborhood has sidewalks on about one of every 8 streets, making them useless. If there had been an authority requiring them, we'd have sidewalks as it is an eighth of my neighbors wasted their money and I walk in the street.
plaidmoon@gmail.com: Jun 26 07:49PM -0700

When have VA medical centers or air traffic control not been nationalized? Maybe pre WW2 for air traffic control and the early 1800s for the VA. It's kind of hard to say it wasn't improved when there was virtually nothing before the federal government took on those roles. Whether it is being done well is another question.
"Con Reeder, unhyphenated American" <constance@duxmail.com>: Jun 26 09:56PM -0500

> 1800s for the VA. It's kind of hard to say it wasn't improved when
> there was virtually nothing before the federal government took on
> those roles. Whether it is being done well is another question.
 
The rest of the free world has much better ATC. It is privatized.
 
VA medical care is just medical care -- it would have been done by
private hospitals had we had any sense. And much better, no doubt.
 
--
Research is what I'm doing when I don't know what I'm doing.
-- Wernher Von Braun
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 26 08:00PM -0700

In article <14e86fe5-7851-4f75-a425-0129f9f73eaa@googlegroups.com>,
 
> Let's discuss some things that have improved via nationalization.
 
> Air travel? Nope
 
I stopped booking onto flights when the hotties went away.
 
--
Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 26 08:07PM -0700

In article <9c3ab794-5ec8-4496-90f4-0f3530c7a733@googlegroups.com>,
 
> > Health Insurance? Nope
 
> > I'm sure there is something.
 
> this is like a Monty Python movie. The interstate road system. Well, of course, the interstate road system. What else?
 
Another misleading rhetorical device from _The Boy's Big Book of Rhetorical Devices_.
 
The interstate highway system is the proper domain of the federal government.
 
--
Michael Press
Ken Olson <kolson@freedomnet.org>: Jun 26 10:58PM -0400

http://fox17online.com/2017/06/26/police-man-allegedly-used-his-prosthetic-leg-to-hit-wife/
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 26 07:55PM -0700

In article <65c76de1-d5c6-477c-8a04-da2f62c8ca9a@googlegroups.com>,
 
> Need to log into Twitter and tell this freeloader that life ain't fair.
 
> This mom's viral tweets about her son's medical bills show what's at stake if the ACA is repealed
> https://mic.com/articles/180850/this-moms-viral-tweets-about-her-sons-medical-bills-show-whats-at-stake-if-the-aca-is-repealed
 
ACA will collapse under its own weight. No need to repeal.
 
--
Michael Press
"wolfie" <bgbdwolf@gte.net>: Jun 26 09:31PM -0400

to SCOTUS saying you don't have a right to carry a
firearm outside your house?
plaidmoon@gmail.com: Jun 26 07:36PM -0700

FAKE LAW!!!!!!!!!
CtrlAltDel <altiemcd@aol.com>: Jun 27 02:13AM

and did absolutely nothing to prevent it as it was erroneously believed
that it could only help Hill-Dog. Perhaps Obama was even in on it Putin
and Medvedev and that is what all that "Tell Vladdie I'll have more
flexibility for him after the election" was all about.
 
Did Obama work with the Russians to the detriment of opponents of HIll-
Dog? Time will answer these questions.
"Con Reeder, unhyphenated American" <constance@duxmail.com>: Jun 26 08:32PM -0500

> On 6/26/2017 12:22 PM, Damon Hynes, Cyclone Ranger wrote:
>> Travel ban injunction: Stayed.
 
> 9-0 at that.
 
It was clear that the decisions were trash, and even some liberal
commentators said it at the time. You can find the real hacks by
looking to see who defended the decisions by those blatantly
partisan judges.
 
--
The minimum wage law is most properly described as a law saying
employers must discriminate against people who have low skills.
-- Milton Friedman
"wolfie" <bgbdwolf@gte.net>: Jun 26 10:05PM -0400

"Con Reeder, unhyphenated American" wrote
 
 
>> 9-0 at that.
 
> It was clear that the decisions were trash, and even some liberal
> commentators said it at the time.
 
Meanwhile, in reality-land, SCOTUS only allowed part of
the travel ban to go into effect.
 
Like virtually everthing in Trumplandia, it was poorly
planned and mostly theatre. All he had to do was say
"don't issue new visas while we evaluate vetting." 100%
legal and nothing to argue about. But, no, Dolt 45 had
to preen.
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Jun 26 06:43PM -0700

Yeah, the poor dnc, all it has going for it is the fact that 60-70% of Americans support their policy proposals pretty much straight down the line.
 
Being able to screw up that out of the gate advantage? Legendary.
 
Cheers.
Some dued <theodoreward@gmail.com>: Jun 26 06:49PM -0700

The DNC supporters weren't angry in the past. That may change now, but the GOP has a big head start in inciting rage.
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