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Apr 3 2015
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All he has to do is play the blame card to persecuted conservatives and they’ll understand he wasn’t at fault and/or he’s repented.

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Apr 3 2015
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Sounds like he was trying to telegraph to the several dudes that would be reading the email and deciding the coach’s fate that he really didn’t want to violate the bro code but when coupled with this being a married man in a public venue and him calling his daughter a bitch he had to uphold the father code first Read more

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Apr 3 2015
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As far as trenchant insight goes, that was pretty weak.

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Apr 1 2015
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This is the story of how pharmaceutical companies and psychiatrists convinced the public that depression was the result of a simple chemical imbalance – and how scientists, patients, and psychiatrists are working to piece together the more complicated truth. Read more

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Apr 1 2015
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Reread what people are saying and you will clearly see, including this instance on which you remarked, that it states that the medication(s) worked for them as in, "Celexa works for me." Nobody is saying since it worked for me it works in general, the only person who has made that statement, after reading over 100 Read more

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Apr 1 2015
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Great series, prolly too much sci-fi in it for it to fall under the high fantasy banner. Some of the plots take place in Caine's real world with all the high technology it comes with.

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Apr 1 2015
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A B+? A C-? Are these magazines paying you tens of dollars to inflate these ever important grades so they can get into The Barbizon Fashion School?

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Apr 1 2015
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I remember how awesome I looked in my coola shell necklace in high school.

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Apr 1 2015
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Who knew Jezebel had mind control implants inside Dov Charney's head that made him make all kinds of questionable decisions. If anything, AA continued exposure in the media helped to keep it going long past its expiration date. How many corporations, especially clothing corporations, are allowed to go five years Read more

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Mar 31 2015
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His best role was playing himself on Workaholics where he depicted a drug using pan-sexual pedophile really into Beiber. In fact his character was found trolling in a Bieber chat room looking for kids to fuck. Kind of like Scoot Braun all those long nights ago. As much as he deserves derision a part of me thinks he Read more

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Mar 29 2015
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We'll have a Sheryl moment like her, "My name really isn't Gimple, it's Tunt," and with Cyril it'll be, "MY name really isn't Figgus, it's Durst."

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Mar 29 2015
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Seeing how he likes to spoof classics, how about a The Inferno style burning skyscraper mixed with espionage and dysfunctional relationships.

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Mar 29 2015
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She also voices a character on Frisky Dingo, the show Adam Reed, Archer's creator and writer, did before this one. Pretty absurd show involving aliens and an Archeresque super hero.

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Mar 27 2015
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Many aeons from now when the sun is dying this plant will be called an avern.

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Mar 27 2015
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You're thinking in, understandably, human terms. If your society is millions of years old and has unraveled immortality all projects just become a matter of commitment to them. There's also far, far more matter in some solar systems from their dust clouds than from the planets. Even if 1% of the project took a million Read more

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Mar 27 2015
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If you're an advanced, stable civilization that has already existed millions of years and they see themselves being around for billions, building one wouldn't be that crazy. Even if the time table is completing just 1% of the project every million years that's only 100 million years to complete. Resource wise, those Read more

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Mar 26 2015
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One of the word trends I've noticed over recent years is a peppering of per se, often used incorrectly, and on the grammar front an abundance of ellipses, a.k.a. Generic string of words..., almost always used incorrectly.

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Mar 25 2015
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You probably know this, but in case you don't, here it is: when our sun gets to its red stage its size will expand so much that it will be larger than Earth's current orbit. Which mans our current, massive planet eating sun is in its tiny stage and 4-5 billion years from now it'll be so big its existence will devour Read more

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Mar 25 2015
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Pretty much only US pirates got to see 'Allo 'Allo or importers of region 2 dvd players and dvds and a few lucky areas with cool PBS stations that don't air the same British comedies forever.

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Mar 25 2015
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He also didn't drop the bombs in Japan, didn't own slaves, didn't cancel Firefly, and didn't participate in the LIBOR scandal. None of those mitigate or alter the severity of what he actually did. Who cares what he didn't do. That list would literally be infinite.

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