Look, Cowherd, at least have the decency to post under your own name.
Given that the Dems were +80 in among African-Americans in the 2016 election, I’m going to assume “black people know what’s best for themselves” means voting for Democrats, since that’s exactly what they did and exactly what Hamilton advocates for above (while also holding Democrats accountable for their issues).
This is the problem with certain sectors of the left: they think if you fix the economic problem, you’ll fix ALL the problems! Everything is class!
Yeah no. Everything Hamilton suggests above is a good idea. None of it will come close to fixing America’s racial issues.
Yeah voting for Trump makes you a racist piece of shit, bud. Sorry.
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How the fuck did Doug Fister miss Dog Fister Ace Pitcher? Goddamit, Doug.
tktk a clever comment
Chris Paul’s coaching has never been quite (ok, even close to) as good as Tim Duncan’s. Chris Paul’s teammates have been every bit as good as Tim Duncan’s, if not arguably better — Parker and (especially) Ginobili were comically overrated, and their success has hinged on the way they’ve been used.
“There are no real sympathetic characters and the few noble ones die fast.”
Sam, Davos, Arya, Sansa, Brienne, Podrick, Jon, Tyrion, Grey Worm, Missandei. Come on, now.
If Sam or Davos in particular aren’t sympathetic characters, there exists no such thing as a sympathetic character in any book, movie, or TV show, ever.
Fight fire with napalm.
Oh yeah, Gamergate totally accomplished something aside from letting stunted manbabbies fap to their own perceived sense of accomplishment. Yuh-huh.
He was first in assists when he retired. The idea that Magic doesn’t count as a “true point guard” because he had a unique skill set is functionally insane.
Oh hey, there’s your ass with that dumb superteam comment.
Can we get a piece about how its actual explicit satire doesn’t hold up (in large part bc its creator is such a regressive dicknozzle)?
So...the NBA’s all-time assist leader isn’t a “true point guard” because he’s too tall? That’s a ridiculous argument. If your criteria for “point guard” is “must be a short dude,” that’s so insane and arbitrary I don’t even know where to start with it.
Baseball Reference’s WAR model has Schmidt at 106.5 and Beltre at 92.4 — and Beltre should still have a few more productive seasons left. As far as the superior hitter...that’s pretty debatable. It’s close, or soon will be (Schmidt clearly has the edge right now). I find number of seasons largely irrelevant, as…