Digest for alt.sports.hockey.nhl.mtl-canadiens@googlegroups.com - 8 updates in 3 topics

Sunday, June 30, 2019

The Mad Ape <chiefape@gmail.com>: Jun 30 02:41PM -0700

Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin sent Shaw and a seventh-round pick at the 2021 NHL Draft to the Blackhawks in exchange for a second-round and a seventh-round pick in 2020 and a third-round pick in 2021.
 
https://montrealgazette.com/sports/hockey/nhl/hockey-inside-out/canadiens-trade-andrew-shaw-back-to-chicago-blackhawks
 
 
TMA
The Mad Ape <chiefape@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:00PM -0700

Making a play for Duchene?
 
TMA
Chuck <barberphoto411@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:02PM -0700

I think he was too injury prone to counted on so his departure maybe not taken that the move was done just to free up cap space
Chuck <barberphoto411@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:08PM -0700

Maybe, but I think they'd still move him even if Duchene wasn't in play
mike <mbutsy@gmail.com>: Jun 30 04:23PM -0700

On Sunday, 30 June 2019 19:08:28 UTC-3, Chuck wrote:
> Maybe, but I think they'd still move him even if Duchene wasn't in play
 
Not so sure. The story goes that Chicago asked about him a couple of weeks ago and he wasn't available. I was hoping the team would add a legitimate #1 LHD tomorrow but it looks like room for a $10M-$11M deal has just been created. Barring a trade, Bergy may have addressed one hole on the team - it sure would be nice if he somehow addressed the remaining hole.
Chuck <barberphoto411@gmail.com>: Jun 30 04:57PM -0700

I think MB may take advantage of the increased cap space but I would not be surprised if MB doesn't, instead choosing to take advantage of the roster spot for a rookie instead
interpol <bam.medusa@gmail.com>: Jun 30 04:04PM -0700

... off to the Anaheim Ducks for a 2020 4th-round draft pick.
Mike <mike@gmail.com>: Jun 30 08:45AM -0300

On 2019-06-29 9:19 p.m., Chuck wrote:
> Pittsburgh trades Kessel for Galchenyuk!
 
Pretty much sums up my thought too. WTF, indeed. I might be able to
reason it out if the Pens also traded a couple draft picks in the first
and second round or some and young legitimate prospects but all Arizona
got was a 4th rounder and a nobody. Who the hell is the leader of that
outfit in Arizona? Jesus.
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Irish Ranger <irishranger317@gmail.com>: Jun 30 08:24PM -0700

Back-tracking on my Joe Biden Prediction
 
I said, and still believe, that the Democrat's strongest
candidates for 2020 was Joe Biden running with Kamala
Harris as his VP. But after the first debate, where Harris
called Biden out as an old white racist, that option seems
dead in the water. So the question is, who does Joe run
with now?
 
Joe Biden needs a black female to get the black and left
wing loon vote. So who does he pick? Assuming
Michele Obama and Oprah Winfrey aren't available that
leaves Stacey Abrams. Ugh! Fat as a cow, uglier than
Whoopi Goldberg and a mean, sore-loser from her
defeat for Governor of Georgia. Combine that with
old Joe's chronic foot-in-mouth gaffs, I don't think
he'll keep the lead in the Democrat polls much longer.
 
So if old white racist Joe bites the dust, who takes
over first place in the Democrat Polls? And my guess
is it's not going to be old white male Socialist
Bernie Sanders.
 
So who do the Democrats pick now, to try and defeat
President Trump?
 
Irish Mike
"Damon Hynes, Cyclone Ranger" <damonhynes@gmail.com>: Jun 30 08:35PM -0700

Has to have star power. AOC doesn't want the job. Any one of the slatterns on The Shrew—View will fill the bill.
Eric Ramon <ramon.eric@gmail.com>: Jun 30 08:53PM -0700

Since we're talking crazy, why assume trump gets the nomination? Maybe Justin Amash will be the candidate. I wonder who his running mate might be. Probably not a teenager or someone in her 20s. Since the candidates have to be 35 years old. So Amash and probably Mitt Romney.
Irish Ranger <irishranger317@gmail.com>: Jun 30 09:04PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 11:53:04 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
> Since we're talking crazy, why assume trump gets the nomination? Maybe Justin Amash will be the candidate. I wonder who his running mate might be. Probably not a teenager or someone in her 20s. Since the candidates have to be 35 years old. So Amash and probably Mitt Romney.
 
I'm really glad you said that Boyo. Because it just so happens that I can get
you a great deal on some prime ocean front property in Kansas.
 
Irish Mike
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 30 07:43PM -0700

In article <cf03f72e-ec10-4c60-a602-93828ea5ee1c@googlegroups.com>,
 
> Bloat, they feel, makes up less of an issue than most think - this is a biggie - a very biggie - but what's understated is the so-called "Baumol Effect" they feel is the biggest driver. Simply put, labor productivity has not kept pace in these fields - and thus pay to skilled labor has had to go up to retain labor - plus, we're buying more of this labor.
 
> Here's a pretty good review - which discusses a lot of this - as well as parts the reviewer feels they overlook - primarily the hidden effects of gov't regs
 
> https://www.econlib.org/why-the-prices-are-so-damn-high-a-deeper-look/
 
The reason is that industry and wealth creating jobs were stolen
and moved to other countries. The goal was to make the USA
a country of people selling apples to each other on the street corners.
 
--
Michael Press
Michael Press <rubrum@pacbell.net>: Jun 30 07:55PM -0700

In article <c0aaea3a-a0c7-458d-a455-cb8b662a809f@googlegroups.com>,
 
> > Mia with his sorta kinda bullshit non-science likely last forever tho lol.
 
> hey that lakehouse didn't pay for itself :)
 
> On a related note one of the things I find most fascinating about psychiatry is that there is a lot more of the unknown than in some other fields...there is a ton of evidence base and known pathophys too, but the part that is still missing makes it cooler imo. Some of my med students otoh get frustrated with that aspect
 
Any field is like that for the adventurous.
 
Even though the special theory of relativity is over a hundred
year old, many are unprepared to open themselves to some of the
consequences hence leaving themselves attempting to resolve
unresolvable "paradoxes." Same with wave mechanics.
 
"The views of space and time which I wish to lay before you have
sprung from the soil of experimental physics, and therein lies
their strength. They are radical. Henceforth space by itself, and
time by itself, are doomed to fade away into mere shadows, and
only a kind of union of the two will preserve an independent
reality"---Hermann Minkowski
 
--
Michael Press
Prussian Troll <J25055@protonmail.com>: Jun 30 07:55PM -0700

Leonard to the clippers doesn't really make sense. Staying with the team with whom you just won a title makes sense. Playing with Lebron James and Anthony Davis also makes sense.
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:40PM -0700

Someone named Malcolm Brogdon now makes more money on an annual basis(in some cases much more, and it's guaranteed too) than odell beckham, Antonio brown, Von Miller, Patrick Peterson, Luke kuechly, Julio Jones, etc.....
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"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:20PM -0700

There's a really interesting book out getting a ton of buzz by Alex Tabarrok of Marginal Revolution fame called "Why are the prices so damn high?? He and his coauthor, Helland from Claremont, focus on why labor intensive service industries like health care and higher ed are going up in cost
 
Bloat, they feel, makes up less of an issue than most think - this is a biggie - a very biggie - but what's understated is the so-called "Baumol Effect" they feel is the biggest driver. Simply put, labor productivity has not kept pace in these fields - and thus pay to skilled labor has had to go up to retain labor - plus, we're buying more of this labor.
 
Here's a pretty good review - which discusses a lot of this - as well as parts the reviewer feels they overlook - primarily the hidden effects of gov't regs
 
https://www.econlib.org/why-the-prices-are-so-damn-high-a-deeper-look/
dotslashderek@gmail.com: Jun 30 06:28PM -0700

What skills do you believe are necessary between say image tech and brain surgeon?
 
I promise the field is narrower than you think.
 
Mia with his sorta kinda bullshit non-science likely last forever tho lol.
 
Cheers.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:34PM -0700

> What skills do you believe are necessary between say image tech and brain surgeon?
 
> I promise the field is narrower than you think.
 
Not sure I understand your question - much less how it pertains to the above?
 
Other than both are highly skilled and well compensated professionals - whose salaries of part of the reason health care costs are as they are (that's an "is" - not making a good/bad statement there)
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:41PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:34:46 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> > I promise the field is narrower than you think.
 
> Not sure I understand your question - much less how it pertains to the above?
 
> Other than both are highly skilled and well compensated professionals - whose salaries of part of the reason health care costs are as they are (that's an "is" - not making a good/bad statement there)
 
I'm not sure what an image tech is....does dot mean radiology tech? If so, I don't know how well compensated they are. It's not a bad job but the ones I know make like 55k for full time work. the brain surgeons I know of who don't work for UAB but rather at my hospital in pp have a salary that starts with at least a 1 and maybe even a 2 I would guess.
 
nothing but respect for both though...I couldn't do either
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:44PM -0700

> What skills do you believe are necessary between say image tech and brain surgeon?
 
> I promise the field is narrower than you think.
 
> Mia with his sorta kinda bullshit non-science likely last forever tho lol.
 
hey that lakehouse didn't pay for itself :)
 
On a related note one of the things I find most fascinating about psychiatry is that there is a lot more of the unknown than in some other fields...there is a ton of evidence base and known pathophys too, but the part that is still missing makes it cooler imo. Some of my med students otoh get frustrated with that aspect
 
 
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:52PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:20:38 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> Bloat, they feel, makes up less of an issue than most think - this is a biggie - a very biggie - but what's understated is the so-called "Baumol Effect" they feel is the biggest driver. Simply put, labor productivity has not kept pace in these fields - and thus pay to skilled labor has had to go up to retain labor - plus, we're buying more of this labor.
 
> Here's a pretty good review - which discusses a lot of this - as well as parts the reviewer feels they overlook - primarily the hidden effects of gov't regs
 
> https://www.econlib.org/why-the-prices-are-so-damn-high-a-deeper-look/\
 
has pay to skilled labor really gone up though? I don't mean physicians(I think our salaries have actually dipped a bit each decade relative to inflation no? but the more numerous fields- nursing for example? It doesn't seem like RNs make more in 2019 than they did in 1999 for example? The ones I work with who have been around forever don't seem to feel that way....
 
It just seems like there is so many more tests to order and things to do now and drugs to prescribe and everything.....i'm obviously not an economist though and know little about it.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:56PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:52:42 PM UTC-5, michael anderson wrote:
 
> > https://www.econlib.org/why-the-prices-are-so-damn-high-a-deeper-look/\
 
> has pay to skilled labor really gone up though? I don't mean physicians(I think our salaries have actually dipped a bit each decade relative to inflation no? but the more numerous fields- nursing for example? It doesn't seem like RNs make more in 2019 than they did in 1999 for example? The ones I work with who have been around forever don't seem to feel that way....
 
> It just seems like there is so many more tests to order and things to do now and drugs to prescribe and everything.....i'm obviously not an economist though and know little about it.
 
yes AND there are more of them too
 
Service industries like labor and higher ed are productivity constrained - in manufacturing, you see incredible drops in manhours per widget - but a doc still has only so much time to see a patient - you're simply not going to see a 10X improvement in patient pass thru. What gains we can see would simply be licensing issues - but medicine is still a one on one biz which takes time be it a full doc or a LPN at WalMart
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:05PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:56:21 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> > It just seems like there is so many more tests to order and things to do now and drugs to prescribe and everything.....i'm obviously not an economist though and know little about it.
 
> yes AND there are more of them too
 
> Service industries like labor and higher ed are productivity constrained - in manufacturing, you see incredible drops in manhours per widget - but a doc still has only so much time to see a patient - you're simply not going to see a 10X improvement in patient pass thru. What gains we can see would simply be licensing issues - but medicine is still a one on one biz which takes time be it a full doc or a LPN at WalMart
 
well we have seen more use of NPs and PAs however. this does allow us in many fields technically to 'see' more(at least sign off on) more patients.
 
the thing is they don't reduce costs really though. Because the code still comes out about the same(we get some of it and they get some of it...imagine a dime if I see a patient myself but if she sees the patient and I supervise her seeing them we each get a nickel)
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:12PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 9:05:14 PM UTC-5, michael anderson wrote:
 
> > Service industries like labor and higher ed are productivity constrained - in manufacturing, you see incredible drops in manhours per widget - but a doc still has only so much time to see a patient - you're simply not going to see a 10X improvement in patient pass thru. What gains we can see would simply be licensing issues - but medicine is still a one on one biz which takes time be it a full doc or a LPN at WalMart
 
> well we have seen more use of NPs and PAs however. this does allow us in many fields technically to 'see' more(at least sign off on) more patients.
 
> the thing is they don't reduce costs really though. Because the code still comes out about the same(we get some of it and they get some of it...imagine a dime if I see a patient myself but if she sees the patient and I supervise her seeing them we each get a nickel)
 
It does reduce costs a smidge - but not as much as productivity gains are seen elsewhere - and the reduction tends to be on a per patient basis - b/c the doc is then freed up to see other patients - so his load stays exactly the same
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:19PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 9:12:58 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> > well we have seen more use of NPs and PAs however. this does allow us in many fields technically to 'see' more(at least sign off on) more patients.
 
> > the thing is they don't reduce costs really though. Because the code still comes out about the same(we get some of it and they get some of it...imagine a dime if I see a patient myself but if she sees the patient and I supervise her seeing them we each get a nickel)
 
> It does reduce costs a smidge - but not as much as productivity gains are seen elsewhere - and the reduction tends to be on a per patient basis - b/c the doc is then freed up to see other patients - so his load stays exactly the same
 
 
I know when I am working inpatient wih an np I see more patients total. Like tomorrow the np is there. I'll see more total patients tomorrow than Tuesday when she is in outpt clinic.
 
A lot of our providers(including me) don't really like to work with nps. But if we refuse to we'll get paid less. So there is that....
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:29PM -0700

Also, one of the big factors driving up the cost of labor in my field(probably less so in more lucrative fields) is the govt itself. We are now offering just over 300k for someone *just done with residency* for a 40 hr week, vacation, full health care(we pay it all), 401k we fund, no weekends. We pay all licensing, cmes, etc
 
This person doesn't even have to be board certified yet(they wouldn't be). It can be someone that literally just graduated residency last week(they finish in june). no experience needed.
 
And yet we can't find takers because the VA jobs are so cush…..so that's very much driving up salaries in some areas.
Tom Enright <randorwell@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:33PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:56:47 PM UTC-4, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> As for government interference - yeah it sucks and distorts things - badly.
> Just think how be it'd be in the government steered economic decisions
> across the board
 
Lucky for watsit, capitalism and Democracy has a created the wealth and
freedom necessary to allow such irrational ideas.
 
-TE
 
-TE
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:42PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:33:24 PM UTC-5, Tom Enright wrote:
> > across the board
 
> Lucky for watsit, capitalism and Democracy has a created the wealth and
> freedom necessary to allow such irrational ideas.
 
One of the great undersung stories of the last 20 years, is the rise of the ChiCom economy - and the move of hundreds of millions of people out of abject poverty into a burgeoning economy - that, just by allowing a certain amount of profit incentive.
 
Just think what China could/will do as their gov't loosens more and interferes less
Eric Ramon <ramon.eric@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:46PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 5:56:47 PM UTC-7, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> Capitalism is the worst of all economic systems - except for all the others.
 
> If there was a "better way", it'd show itself - Darwin works w/ markets too
 
> As for government interference - yeah it sucks and distorts things - badly. Just think how be it'd be in the government steered economic decisions across the board
 
a couple of things...as mentioned a thousand times, a combination of capitalism and socialism seems to work well in Europe. Secondly, capitalism these days has the power of the gun behind it, as well as the power of the media. If people hear one thing is good and another is bad, and hear that a lot, then it's hard for something new to take its place. Eventually, if it's superior it will, I suppose.
 
But I think about the idea of socialism and remember the Pinkertons. Nowadays we have police and the national guard to protect capitalist's projects while the media portrays anyone against them as a kook or troublemaker or worse.
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:59PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:46:39 PM UTC-5, Eric Ramon wrote:
 
> > As for government interference - yeah it sucks and distorts things - badly. Just think how be it'd be in the government steered economic decisions across the board
 
> a couple of things...as mentioned a thousand times, a combination of capitalism and socialism seems to work well in Europe. Secondly, capitalism these days has the power of the gun behind it, as well as the power of the media. If people hear one thing is good and another is bad, and hear that a lot, then it's hard for something new to take its place. Eventually, if it's superior it will, I suppose.
 
> But I think about the idea of socialism and remember the Pinkertons. Nowadays we have police and the national guard to protect capitalist's projects while the media portrays anyone against them as a kook or troublemaker or worse.
 
Economic socialism is NOT found in Scandanavia - you're talking a "welfare state" based on a capitalistic economy - the Danes, etc, have very vibrant capital economies - by some measures, freer than ours. Economic socialism is where the gov't owns the factories - you see it in some places, but decreasingly few - thankfully.
Tom Enright <randorwell@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:06PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 9:46:39 PM UTC-4, Eric Ramon wrote:
> the power of the media. If people hear one thing is good and another is
> bad, and hear that a lot, then it's hard for something new to take its
> place. Eventually, if it's superior it will, I suppose.
 
Capitalism does have the power of the gun behind it. Without property
rights and the protection of people's freedom capitalism would be
unworkable.
 
> But I think about the idea of socialism and remember the Pinkertons.
> Nowadays we have police and the national guard to protect capitalist's
 
"Protect capitalism's projects?" What does that mean? The guy with the
corner donut shop enjoys police protection?
 
The US actually needs men with guns to keep people OUT.
 
> projects while the media portrays anyone against them as a kook or
> troublemaker or worse.
 
Bernie Sanders is a kook and worse but the media portrays him as a brilliant
man and an actual, reasonable, candidate for president of the United States.
Communists and Nazis.
 
-TE
Irish Ranger <irishranger317@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:07PM -0700

On Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 9:31:59 PM UTC-4, walstib77 wrote:
> That's why they require a military that spends more on defense than the next seven countries combined.
 
The Socialists in America are protected by the
bubble wrap of Capitalism.
 
Irish Mike
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:10PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:59:38 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> > a couple of things...as mentioned a thousand times, a combination of capitalism and socialism seems to work well in Europe. Secondly, capitalism these days has the power of the gun behind it, as well as the power of the media. If people hear one thing is good and another is bad, and hear that a lot, then it's hard for something new to take its place. Eventually, if it's superior it will, I suppose.
 
> > But I think about the idea of socialism and remember the Pinkertons. Nowadays we have police and the national guard to protect capitalist's projects while the media portrays anyone against them as a kook or troublemaker or worse.
 
> Economic socialism is NOT found in Scandanavia - you're talking a "welfare state" based on a capitalistic economy - the Danes, etc, have very vibrant capital economies - by some measures, freer than ours. Economic socialism is where the gov't owns the factories - you see it in some places, but decreasingly few - thankfully.
 
Hit send too soon - we need new terms - one to replace "welfare state" which has a somewhat negative connotation and one to replace "socialism" as a description of high levels of government social services.
 
Or we could simply do away w/ socialism as an economic term and just use communism to signify state ownership of production - altho there were differences.
Tom Enright <randorwell@gmail.com>: Jun 30 07:11PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 9:59:38 PM UTC-4, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
> very vibrant capital economies - by some measures, freer than ours.
> Economic socialism is where the gov't owns the factories - you see it
> in some places, but decreasingly few - thankfully.
 
As much as I despise socialism in all its forms (Marxism, Communism,
Nazism etc.) it can actually work is certain circumstances.
 
The important part is to have a population that has uniform beliefs,
religion, morality etc.
 
-TE
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:35PM -0700

Nets- people are overrating how great they will be imo, even in two years. Durant *is* an all time great...he will also be 32 and coming off a blown(not just torn) achilles. I think he will still be very good, just maybe not the all time great player he was when he was playing 100%(like the last playoffs before going down). Also, how good is kyrie in terms of impact on winning? really? His raw numbers look good and he is a good 3 pt shooter and he is a great dribbler....second team all nba aside last year, I don't think he is a top 12 player. top 18? sure I guess.....but I don't see kyrie and a 32 yo KD coming off a blown acl as a likely great team. So KD's real deal is 3 years at 54 mill or so each....Still you do that, and it's a good day for the nets because they are going to be better, especiallyb 2020-21, and people are talking about them....
 
Kemba and the Celtics- Alternatively, how much better does kemba make a team? He's the classic medium efficiency, high volume small guard. I guess he's maybe pretty equivalent to Kyrie...maybe a slight downgrade? But they lost Horford too, which may be the more important story altogether......The hornets were right to pass on offering kemba a supermax or anything close. They were mostly a nonplayoff team with him making 12 mill a year...at 45 or whatever mill? Jesus....no thanks.....just start over when the batum and other bad contracts end, get some high lottery picks, and rebuild.
 
The bucks- It's hard to believe Khris Middleton is getting 178 million. He's an anonymous 27 year old who plays below the rim, can't get to the rim, and there are serious concerns as to whether he can be the 2nd best player on a champion....but he just signed a 178 million dollar deal. I think the bucks felt damned if we do damned if we don't. When you are one bad qtr away in that game 5 from going to the finals(and winning it had the same injury luck happened to GS), it is tempting to just bring the band back...but damn 178 million for a guy who you could probably have replaced 90% of for much much less.
 
The lakers and KL- The Waiting is the hardest part. Every day you see one more card. You take it on faith, you take it to the heart.....let's do this. Will it happen? Hell I don't know....it seems like it should.
 
JB to the heat- just seems like a team going nowhere, and butler would take them any higher. He's just not a player capable of that. Tough loss for the sixers with him and Reddick(and underrated loss) leaving though. Now they are left with Embid, toby harris and his 180 million dollar contract(who?) and a pg who can't shoot....they will still be good, and if KL leaves the raps they could still be in line for 2 seed. oh and now I see that just got big al for 109, so maybe even the 1 seed
 
Brodgon gets 4 years/85 million. 22 million a year seems like a lot for a role player right. Think about it- Malcolm Brogdon now makes more money(guaranteed too!) than every single non-qb player in the nfl. The nba, on a per player(relevant player) basis, just generates a lot more money than the nfl….the percent payout to the players is actually roughly similar....
 
at this point though we're all just waiting on nephew....(giving props to spurs fans there)
Prussian Troll <J25055@protonmail.com>: Jun 30 06:52PM -0700

I like Bojan with the Jazz. Where's Leonard playing next season? That's the main free agency question.
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:59PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:52:48 PM UTC-5, Prussian Troll wrote:
> I like Bojan with the Jazz. Where's Leonard playing next season? That's the main free agency question.
 
this morning an article I read had the following:
 
Raptors: -125
Lakers: +190
Clippers: +190
 
But that's before we know what happened with KD and Kyrie and Harris(how nobody went to the clips). My guess is that right now the lakers odds are better and the clippers odds are worse.
 
I'd have to check my book, but I wouldn't be shocked if right now it's Lakers with much better chances after clips missed out on KD.
 
That said, I just checked and they don't have it as a prop, but they list odds for 2020 NBA MVP and AD is only +1000. I don't do these sorts of bets since I don't tie my money up, but that looks like a really good play. I'd have him as the fave now(not against the field of course, but more likely than any other individual player)
"The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior" <iamtj4life@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:23PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:13:27 PM UTC-5, michael anderson wrote:
> > B - get the feds out of the biz
 
> but the left will cry that this will decrease access to college. After all, these student loans for most are *terrible* risks....
 
> I say decreasing access to college and more importantly grad and law school is a good thing. But the left wont like it.
 
Great - we can put pressure on colleges to reduce costs and find creative ways to help students finance. Purdue is doing super interesting things in this area
 
This is a terrific podcast w/ Mitch Daniels talking about this very topic 0 transcript for those who wish to speed read
 
http://freakonomics.com/podcast/student-debt/
michael anderson <mianderson79@gmail.com>: Jun 30 06:46PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:23:17 PM UTC-5, The Cheesehusker, Trade Warrior wrote:
 
> > but the left will cry that this will decrease access to college. After all, these student loans for most are *terrible* risks....
 
> > I say decreasing access to college and more importantly grad and law school is a good thing. But the left wont like it.
 
> Great - we can put pressure on colleges to reduce costs and find creative ways to help students finance.
 
hey I love the idea....but the left would make it into a civil rights weekly march.
Just Wondering <JW@jw.com>: Jun 30 07:24PM -0600

On 6/30/2019 2:10 PM, ricardo wrote:
> sick mentally ill animals - you put them down.
 
> The best thing America could do is establish a new hunting
> season category for these aberrations and declare open season.
 
The dealer caved to pressure from Ford corporate offices. It has
now replaced the shotgun with a $200 gift certificate.
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The Chad <thechad@mailinator.com>: Jun 30 10:21PM

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 02:20:57 -0700, KWills Shill #3 wrote:
 
Previously, on "L.A. Law":
 
> Your default admission that you lied is accepted.
 
Your lack of reading comprehension skills is noted.
 
> You outweigh me by at least 150 pounds,
 
You weigh 85 pounds?
 
 
>>I still have an office in Utah, dumbfuck.
 
> Whereas 100% of the available evidence shows you currently live
> in Utah
 
Your "evidence" is the lies of an emotionally-deficient resident of
Australia.
 
> What I don't understand is
 
...enough to fill the Library of Congress?
 
>>I chose Montpelier/Burlington area, because a good portion of my work
>>involves a satellite office in southern Quebec..
 
> Yet there is nothing available to support such a claim.
 
Once again, your "evidence" is the lies of an emotionally-deficient
resident of Australia.
 
> I was able to prove you lied about seeing the shows in Vermont.
 
I never said I did.
 
> I do tend to write at the level the average eighth grader can
> understand.
 
You should have finished high school.
 
>>not exactly a thriving mecca for live music.
 
> You made the claim. If you wish, I will find the post where you
> made the claim and provide the MID and archive link.
 
I won't hold my breath for you to back that up.
 
> I didn't prove the venues wherein you saw the concerts are all
> located in Utah?
 
That was never the question, hamhock.
 
>>I wish you would choose not to argue the affirmative with lies provided
>>by the filth of RSPW & AUK.
 
> Your diversion
 
"Diversion" your XXXL ass. You're on my turf here, Newman. You don't get
to dictate how I respond to your ignorance.
 
You stumbled drunkenly into the erratic obsessions of an Aussie assclown,
and chose the wrong side to cheer for. That's your fucking fault, not
mine.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:46PM -0600

In article <de4febd6-45ef-47e7-b884-7220108f288f@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
> > making history.
 
> As he continues proving you wrong, the president is across the world making a fool of himself.
 
> FTFY
 
No president has ever crossed the DMZ to do what he did, now explain how
he's making a fool of himself or tap out like you always do.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:46PM -0600

In article <pan$f3eb7$58d684d3$62b16f32$e2104d58@mailinator.com>,
thechad@mailinator.com says...
> > off?
 
> Why do you now claim to have been a "soldier" when all of your previous
> claims were about serving in the Air Force?
 
I never said I was a soldier, will you be tapping out along with your
butt friend me?
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:47PM -0600

In article <pan$e1cf4$f599233e$d78d3168$be42b90e@mailinator.com>,
thechad@mailinator.com says...
 
> You stumbled drunkenly into the erratic obsessions of an Aussie assclown,
> and chose the wrong side to cheer for. That's your fucking fault, not
> mine.
 
He spanked your ass but good!
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:50PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:46:05 PM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
 
> > FTFY
 
> No president has ever crossed the DMZ to do what he did, now explain how
> he's making a fool of himself or tap out like you always do.
 
No president has ever crossed the DMZ to get lied to and claim it as a victory? You conservatives are too stupid to see Kim Jong Un is playing Trump for a fool.
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:20PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:30:01 AM UTC-4, ]v[etaphoid wrote:
> > other than talk. Cause that's how the GOP rolls.
 
> Close your eyes and carry on, Buttercup! There's myopic fuckwittery to
> spread!
 
Tap out noted.
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:22PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:55:33 AM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
 
> > > Oh yea, like what the senate is doing to Trump...goose/gander?
 
> > The GOP controlled Senate is obstructing Trump?
 
> It's not controlled by the GOP. Do try to keep up little muppett.
 
The GOP has the majority in the Senate. It is controlled by the GOP. Have your handler explain politics to you again since clearly you have no idea what you're talking about.
The Chad <thechad@mailinator.com>: Jun 30 10:22PM

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 06:56:31 -0600, Tony "Skeeter" Eaks wrote:
 
> I am a vet
 
Prove it, fucknozzle.
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:23PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 8:56:34 AM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
 
> > Or, it could be that your "examples" were recent events that haven't impacted vets or the homeless one iota, and are unlikely to ever come to anything other than talk. Cause that's how the GOP rolls.
 
> I am a vet and I have seen the changes Trump has made. You wouldn't know
> because you don't know anything about vets.
 
You are a liar. Prove me wrong.
The Chad <thechad@mailinator.com>: Jun 30 10:25PM

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 21:10:16 +0000, Freezer wrote:
 
 
>> Seems like this group stopped giving a flying fuck what you believed a
>> long, long time ago, you pessimistic fucking pedant!
 
> And you are...?
 
Another sockpuppet of Aussie Janis - one he apparently accused me of
being for months.
"Sir Gregory Hall, Esq." <greghall@home.fake>: Jun 30 06:28PM -0400


>On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 06:56:31 -0600, Tony "Skeeter" Eaks wrote:
 
>> I am a vet
 
>Prove it, fucknozzle.
 
Well, he does have two Chihuahuas to whom he
gives medicine.
 
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregory
 
Nadegda and kensi » the twain are easily ignored
feminist bigots and America-hating, lying leftists.
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:30PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 10:17:00 AM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
 
> That is what's happening in our country but todays youngsters are like a
> frog in a pan of water, not noticing the subtle heat change until it's
> to late.
 
GET OFF MY LAWN! Give it up old man. What a fucking joke. Go back to pretending to play soldier.
Janithor <Janithor@comcast.net>: Jun 30 03:31PM -0700

x-no-archive: yes
 
On 6/30/2019 3:22 PM, The Chad wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 06:56:31 -0600, Tony "Skeeter" Eaks wrote:
 
>> I am a vet
 
> Prove it, fucknozzle.
 
Chad, why are you so fat?
"Sir Gregory Hall, Esq." <greghall@home.fake>: Jun 30 06:36PM -0400


>>> I am a vet
 
>> Prove it, fucknozzle.
 
>Chad, why are you so fat?
 
Chad's not fat - he's pusillanimously plump.
 
--
Yours Truly, Sir Gregory
 
Nadegda and kensi » the twain are easily ignored
feminist bigots and America-hating, lying leftists.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:41PM -0600

In article <XnsAA7E95CF0BAB7freezer88hotmailcom@46.165.242.75>,
freezer88@hotSPAMTHISmail.com says...
 
> > I am a vet and I have seen the changes Trump has made.
 
> I'm not saying you're lying. I am saying I don't believe
> you.
 
And I'm saying I could give a damn, I don't have to prove anything to
cowards who didn't serve.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:42PM -0600

In article <0add9aa6-f7d4-4d39-9773-9a0278dae5cc@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
 
> > > The GOP controlled Senate is obstructing Trump?
 
> > It's not controlled by the GOP. Do try to keep up little muppett.
 
> The GOP has the majority in the Senate. It is controlled by the GOP. Have your handler explain politics to you again since clearly you have no idea what you're talking about.
 
Another pissed off tap out...you poor thing.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:43PM -0600

In article <e6c36847-3de2-4bf6-a8e6-fa5deacfc9da@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
 
> > I am a vet and I have seen the changes Trump has made. You wouldn't know
> > because you don't know anything about vets.
 
> You are a liar. Prove me wrong.
 
You don't have to tap out in every thread, we see your tears.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:43PM -0600

In article <86e9e626-465c-430c-83a5-b99cf9627f50@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
> > frog in a pan of water, not noticing the subtle heat change until it's
> > to late.
 
> GET OFF MY LAWN!
 
Wow, I got you pissed again.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:44PM -0600

In article <XnsAA7E954723DC5freezer88hotmailcom@46.165.242.75>,
freezer88@hotSPAMTHISmail.com says...
 
> A) ITYM "The House"
 
> B) Name one House bill the Dems have blocked... Without
> significant GOP co-operation?
 
A wall for beginners.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:44PM -0600

In article <pan$b3c84$9328ff19$7452dbcc$f02c9286@mailinator.com>,
thechad@mailinator.com says...
 
> On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 06:56:31 -0600, Tony "Skeeter" Eaks wrote:
 
> > I am a vet
 
> Prove it, fucknozzle.
 
and you are important...why?
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:46PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:42:29 PM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
 
> > > It's not controlled by the GOP. Do try to keep up little muppett.
 
> > The GOP has the majority in the Senate. It is controlled by the GOP. Have your handler explain politics to you again since clearly you have no idea what you're talking about.
 
> Another pissed off tap out...you poor thing.
 
So, explaining reality to you is a tap out. You don't know how anything works, do you?
me <mooseheadjack13@gmail.com>: Jun 30 03:47PM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:43:10 PM UTC-4, Skeeter wrote:
> > > because you don't know anything about vets.
 
> > You are a liar. Prove me wrong.
 
> You don't have to tap out in every thread, we see your tears.
 
Put down the meth, son.
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:48PM -0600

In article <f36fe9b3-039e-4d84-8dbf-36a544683cb3@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
 
> > > The GOP has the majority in the Senate. It is controlled by the GOP. Have your handler explain politics to you again since clearly you have no idea what you're talking about.
 
> > Another pissed off tap out...you poor thing.
 
> So, explaining reality to you is a tap out. You don't know how anything works, do you?
 
Only seconds for you to hump my leg...that tapping out has you on edge
don't it?
Skeeter <lol@qmail.com>: Jun 30 04:49PM -0600

In article <41500c70-d284-4a08-b239-3c8476728360@googlegroups.com>,
mooseheadjack13@gmail.com says...
 
> > > You are a liar. Prove me wrong.
 
> > You don't have to tap out in every thread, we see your tears.
 
> Put down the meth, son.
 
Seconds, only seconds.
"Phil DeDouchebag (NotChad)" <Chadweasel@zoho.com>: Jun 30 10:50PM

The Chad <thechad@mailinator.com> wrote in
 
>> And you are...?
 
> Another sockpuppet of Aussie Janis - one he apparently accused me of
> being for months.
 
I thought he/we/I was Canadian? Try to keep your lies straight,
Chadweasel. How are those pay stubs coming along, dumbfuck?
 
Run away, capon!
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Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 09:33AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 4:51:00 PM UTC+2, *skriptis wrote:
 
> > No, the Syrian guy comes WITH permission!
 
> People haven't approved of it in any country.
 
 
People have in Germany.
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:58PM -0400

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 02:54:10 -0700 (PDT), Calimero
>> > The horror, the horror!!!
 
>> I was not talking about now. Right now you don't have any problem at all. All I'm saying is that, like it or not, Germany will change dramatically over the next decades. Maybe it's because you've reached a certain age, so obviously you couldn't care less. The question is not whether Germany will turn into a muslim country, but only when that will happen. Maybe in the year 2100, but it could also be much earlier. ....
 
>With your logic applied the UK will be 100 % Paki and the USA 100 % hispanic in 2100.
 
the usa will have a hispanic majority in this century IMO. on avg, the
hispanic population is young and they have a lot of kids.
 
>And Nadal still winning the FO.
 
bob
*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Jun 30 06:59PM +0200


>> People haven't approved of it in any country.
 
> People have in Germany.
 
 
 
German people approved of it?
When, where, links?
 
I doubt it happened, you're a liar. Germany is not a proper free
semocracy anyway.
 
Nobody's prefect but probably most democratic country in Europe,
Switzerland, people have referendum all the time on all issues.

 
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Swiss_minaret_referendum
 
The federal popular initiative "against the construction of
minarets" was a successful popular initiative in Switzerland to
prevent the construction of minarets on mosques.
 
In a November 2009 referendum, a constitutional amendment banning
the construction of new minarets was approved by 57.5% of the
participating voters
 
 
So in Switzerland, constitution bans minarets because people want
so in their country.
 
 
If you really asked the people, you'd get same results everywhere.
But only Switzerland allows freedom.
 
 
 
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*skriptis <skriptis@post.t-com.hr>: Jun 30 06:59PM +0200


>> People haven't approved of it in any country.
 
> People have in Germany.
 
 
 
German people approved of it?
When, where, links?
 
I doubt it happened, you're a liar. Germany is not a proper free
semocracy anyway.
 
Nobody's prefect but probably most democratic country in Europe,
Switzerland, people have referendum all the time on all issues.

 
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Swiss_minaret_referendum
 
The federal popular initiative "against the construction of
minarets" was a successful popular initiative in Switzerland to
prevent the construction of minarets on mosques.
 
In a November 2009 referendum, a constitutional amendment banning
the construction of new minarets was approved by 57.5% of the
participating voters
 
 
So in Switzerland, constitution bans minarets because people want
so in their country.
 
 
If you really asked the people, you'd get same results everywhere.
But only Switzerland allows freedom.
 
 
 
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Geeam <sonnygaart@yahoo.com>: Jun 30 10:03AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:33:30 PM UTC+2, Calimero wrote:
> People have in Germany.
 
What a big fat lie. In all Western societies mass migration only works as a perversion of the asylum system.
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 10:20AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:58:50 PM UTC+2, bob wrote:
 
> >With your logic applied the UK will be 100 % Paki and the USA 100 % hispanic in 2100.
 
> the usa will have a hispanic majority in this century IMO. on avg, the
> hispanic population is young and they have a lot of kids. ....
 
 
Are there stats about Hispanics having a lot of kids?
Or did you read your Daily Stürmer again today?
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 10:22AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 6:59:39 PM UTC+2, *skriptis wrote:
 
> > People have in Germany.
 
> German people approved of it?
> When, where, links? ...
 
 
They overwhelmingly voted for parties in the last Bundestagswahl (2017) who explicitly don't want to abolish the German constitution's asylum rights. It wasn't even close.
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
Geeam <sonnygaart@yahoo.com>: Jun 30 10:54AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:22:50 PM UTC+2, Calimero wrote:
> They overwhelmingly voted for parties in the last Bundestagswahl (2017) who explicitly don't want to abolish the German constitution's asylum rights. It wasn't even close.
 
Complete BS. It's all globalist European law, the German constitution has nothing to do with it. If they followed the German constitution as intended, there wouldn't be any refugees at all in Germany, because they all passed through several "safe third countries". You don't even know your own laws! LOL
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 11:49AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:54:03 PM UTC+2, Geeam wrote:
> On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:22:50 PM UTC+2, Calimero wrote:
> > They overwhelmingly voted for parties in the last Bundestagswahl (2017) who explicitly don't want to abolish the German constitution's asylum rights. It wasn't even close.
 
> Complete BS. It's all globalist European law, the German constitution has nothing to do with it. If they followed the German constitution as intended, there wouldn't be any refugees at all in Germany, because they all passed through several "safe third countries". You don't even know your own laws! LOL
 
 
There is something about "safe third countries" in the German constitution?
I mean in the real world?
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:43PM -0400

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 10:50:33 +0100, Brian Lawrence
 
>> wow. so sweden, netherlands, UK, USA left. is the swedish women's team
>> usually top tier?
 
>Sweden are ranked 9 by FIFA, Netherlands 8, England (not UK) 3 & USA 1
 
france and germany 2 and 4, or vice versa?
 
bob
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 10:18AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 11:50:36 AM UTC+2, Brian Lawrence wrote:
 
> > wow. so sweden, netherlands, UK, USA left. is the swedish women's team
> > usually top tier?
 
> Sweden are ranked 9 by FIFA, Netherlands 8, England (not UK) 3 & USA 1
 
 
 
USA #1???
 
Apparently women's football has a lot of catching up to do!
 
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
soccerfan777 <zepfloyes@gmail.com>: Jun 30 10:44AM -0700

I was supporting Sweden towards the end. German team sucked big time. Just like last World Cup.
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 11:48AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:44:50 PM UTC+2, soccerfan777 wrote:
> I was supporting Sweden towards the end. German team sucked big time. Just like last World Cup.
 
 
Germany didn't suck big time. They played quite decent.
You don't seem to know a lot about football, Raja. Must be your Indian genes.
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
soccerfan777 <zepfloyes@gmail.com>: Jun 30 10:47AM -0700

He told no to Sharapova. What a dick!
grif <griffin_230@hotmail.com>: Jun 30 07:27PM +0100

On 30/06/2019 11:00, Brian Lawrence wrote:
 
>    <https://www.espn.co.uk/tennis/story/_/id/27081778>
 
> Sir Andy did ask Ash Barty if she would partner him at Wimbledon during the FO, but she said she was playing the WD as well as singles and it would be too much. She also said he might be able to find someone
> better - he told her she was the best.
 
Sir Andy didn't seem particularly interested in teaming up with Sharapova.
https://www.express.co.uk/sport/tennis/1144055/Andy-Murray-Feliciano-Lopez-Queens-Club-Maria-Sharapova-Wimbledon
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 11:45AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 7:47:44 PM UTC+2, soccerfan777 wrote:
> He told no to Sharapova. What a dick!
 
 
Apparently Murray wants to win this!!
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
Calimero <calimero377@gmx.de>: Jun 30 11:43AM -0700

Amiri, Serdar, Öztunali, Dahoud, Tah, Henrichs!
 
Shitpiss will vomit! So would Hitler!!
GREAT!!!
 
 
Max
 
 
 

"Democrats fear Barr, you can smell it."
(Washington Post, May 2nd, 2019)
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:46PM -0400

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 10:54:47 +0100, Brian Lawrence
>> see the american girl who hates america get the 2 goals (and the last
>> 4 for the team).
 
><https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-cup/2019/06/29/megan-rapinoe-emerges-usas-leader-example-catalyst-change/>
 
she should protest on her own platform. not one given to her by USA
soccer.
 
bob
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:49PM -0400

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 04:32:15 -0700 (PDT), Geeam <sonnygaart@yahoo.com>
wrote:
 
>On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 11:54:50 AM UTC+2, Brian Lawrence wrote:
>> <https://www.telegraph.co.uk/world-cup/2019/06/29/megan-rapinoe-emerges-usas-leader-example-catalyst-change/>
 
>Rapinoe is just another virtue signalling self-absorbed activist. What is she actually fighting for except improving her own personal brand? I don't understand what she wants to accomplish that hasn't already been accomplished?
 
exactly. 1 thing i've told friends is that she is using this
opportunity for personal notoriety, to make a name, try to get the
left to give her a bigger platform (which AOC has done).
 
i never heard of her until last week, now she's on top of every news
cycle. if an athlete goes "anti american" and "anti trump" they
suddenly become a "media darling."
 
bob
kipps <kri.partha@gmail.com>: Jun 30 08:33AM -0700

On Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 11:25:15 AM UTC-4, Michal Jankowski wrote:
> Djokovic def. Federer
> Pliskova def. Kerber
 
> MJ
 
Djokovic b Nadal
Serena W b Osaka
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:44PM -0400

On Sat, 29 Jun 2019 17:56:25 -0700 (PDT), PeteWasLucky
>fall for anything.
 
>I can spot easily when someone has depression. He clearly suffers depression and other mental issues.
>https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.smh.com.au/sport/tennis/nick-kyrgios-opens-up-about-mental-health-foundation-and-injuries-20181103-p50dsa.html
 
he may have depression. maybe cause his tennis game stinks.
 
bob
bob <bob@bob.com>: Jun 30 12:42PM -0400

On Sun, 30 Jun 2019 06:24:02 -0700 (PDT), Geeam <sonnygaart@yahoo.com>
wrote:
 
>> https://spectator.org/the-art-and-science-of-cross-examining-mueller/
>> I. JUST. LOVE. IT!
 
>I couldn't be less worried. Republicans have some excellent people who will ask all the right questions, especially Jim Jordan, Mark Meadows, Matt Gaetz, Doug Collins. Not sure why all that reminds George Parry of "Dueling Banjos"?
 
somebody's going to get greased up soon.
 
bob
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