Sometimes I forget that people I’ve never heard of have died. Who among us hasn’t gotten caught in a lie when trying to seem informed during a sports broadcast?
Maybe the staffer shouldn’t have been leaning against the Dolphins’ offensive line when talking to Zeke.
It’s a part of the outfield (usually a wall) that is devoid of seats, designs, lights, etc. The idea is that the batter has a clearer view of the pitch because there is little by way of visual distraction in his direct line of sight.
Yeah, that’s why I hate them. Because they try to improve. I couldn’t possibly dislike them for reasons outside of basketball. That would be unheard of.
broadcaster Marc Schwartz
Dangit. I really wanted you to think my take was cool. You’ve cut me real deep, desertbruinz.
“Y’know, this Goliath guy is kinda charming.”
If you told the clip didn’t have audio, I’d believe you. That’s how boring that caller was. I don’t put the blame on Mike for this one.
It’s official. He’s officially the worst Peterson ever. PEDs are worse than murder. Just ask the baseball HOF voters.
I would shoot your dog in the face to save any person on Earth. I guess we’re both glad that’s unlikely to happen. Pets aren’t people. The end.
Perfect! No dilemma for us to argue about!
“Low on compassion.” Okay, I’ll work on that. Thank you for your input.
That’s because he was charming.
I know how this is gonna go. The Browns are going to jump in and offer their first round picks to help out the Celtics.
So I should kill my pet? You monster.
For one, none of the animals on this planet can even take part in this discussion. And that’s because they don’t have the same access to our state of being, empathy, sympathy, language, self-awareness, comprehension of time, or the love that we share with each other. Can you honestly say any animal measures up to any…
I think we should call him Joseph Morgan. We don’t say “Joe Stalin.” When you commit atrocities to thousands of people for years, you don’t get a nickname.
I don’t have a solution for the Trolley Problem. That’s weighing one human life against other human lives. But if the problem involved choosing humans or animals, I’d save the humans every time.
Why do we, as humans, believe that we have the right to arbitrarily decide which species get to live and which get to die?
It’s objectively right to value human life above animal life. I wouldn’t want to be friends with anyone who disagrees with that. But I’d still value that person’s life over that of any animal on this planet.