The biggest misconception about this country is that it was ever for or about the common man. Like the majority of recent societies, the first and most important goal is the enrichment and support of the wealthy. Whatever is necessary to do that is a-okay. The wealthy used to need Americans to work in their factories…
The appropriate answer to your question is a resounding “no”, because I am definitely not a “left wing millennial”.
The store video is clear.
Bruv. I am an official scorekeeper of insipid internet arguments and you have been handily defeated by scrawl.
My uncle still thinks that maybe one or two of them are telling the truth but that the rest of it is lies.
“I completely understood the joke.”
I’m trying to imagine getting this mad about hockey not being covered that I shitpost women’s basketball articles. What’s it like to project your insecurity and frustration onto others instead of engaging in the appropriate self-reflection?
This is the pep talk you should have given yourself before shitposting your hockey tears on a women’s basketball article.
You and TubercuLameness should reenact the McSorley-Brashear incident. Over and over. And over. Until you stop shitposting.
Stop embodying your name.
He already has to deal with the Japanese media and if he performs as well as he wants to show everyone he can he will be the biggest thing in Japanese baseball ever. He will be followed by 100000 Japanese media for a while. I don’t think a quiet MLB city is a factor in his decision.
I can’t wait for Netflix to commission the series detailing the demise of the NFL ten years from now.
Learn 2 beisbol.
Tons of bad takes here of baseball fans who don’t know how the law works on this issue and non-fans who don’t know anything even about how seating works at a game.
They aren’t legally liable. It is well-established case law that getting hit by a ball (or even a bat) flying into the stands is a known own risk for which fans have practically no legal remedy.
You sure devoted a lot of posts to being unpersuasive on your position.
I agree; there’s only one right ending to Life is Strange.
I disagree with this take.
In NYC what culture you grew up in generally determines whether you have ‘n’ word privileges.
Cardi B. is awful. I can’t stand her voice and I’m not a fan of the laconic flow that a slow ten-year-old can emulate, nor of the juvenile commitment to material rumblings and little of emotion substance. So I can’t watch the video and have a truly informed opinion of the points this article raises.