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Dude cut the crap. Anybody who actually went through this country and saw people would have known he had a good chance of winning. Hell, she was buddy buddy with a hardcore racist(Scalia) who was nothing more than Trump with a fancy coat of paint on.

I came back on here and said, like a month before the election, that he was going to win because I know this entire country isnt Los Angeles and NYC.

Nah, Neymar you cut the crap.  The overwhelming majority of the polls had Trump losing the election. Trump's victory is widely considered one of the greatest upsets in the history of Presidential Elections.

Again, if Black people had voted as they should have we wouldn't be having this discussion.

Criticizing Judge Ginsberg for her friendship for Scalia has nothing to do with whether she should have retired earlier. John Paul Stevens and Oliver Wendell Holmes served until they were 90.

Also, Justice Ginsburg probably didn't believe Scalia was a hard core racist.


Most white people dont think their bigot relatives are racist either. The fact she didnt think a guy who said, on record, that "Black students should go to lower quality schools because they are dumber" was a hardcore racist is an indictment on her character(or lack thereof)

and the polls were put in place to make people complacent. People need only look at Wisconsin or florida right now and see the people there to know that Trump had a good chance.

And just because of what they did shouldnt have affected her. She was almost 80 and a multiple time cancer survivor during Obama's first term. She didnt step down then because she DID NOT CARE. She was a privileged little jewish lady who befriended bigots, and now we have to sit back and watch the news say how sad it was the "BIG" law firms didnt hire her when she graduated and she wasnt able to go into a cushy six figure income while unemployment claims grow into the millions by the day, and people cant even get a stimulus check because of both sides grandstanding. People in france cut off heads for less than this.
Sounds harsh coming from someone who said he had Jewish relatives or were you just lying????

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n...er back off, because the Dem-O-Craps got your mind all f..ked up. You wouldn't pay off no way b..h...

Seriously Kappa Man, is that the best you can do.  :no:  :(
Herman Cain would be alive if he had gone to a Biden Rally.

Get real n...er. Even Leo Terrell has flipped sides.
Just so your old ass will know, this applies to you.


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Politics / Re: Kosovo gives Trump Order of Freedom
« on: Yesterday at 11:46:51 PM »
 :clap: Congrats trump on your first communist award.  It should not be long before he gets the Order of St. Andrew.  He has worked really had to get it. ::)

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Politics / Re: OMG NO! Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Dies At 87
« on: Yesterday at 11:37:46 PM »
POLITICS
Trump nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Supreme Court will get Senate vote, McConnell says

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/18/trump-nominee-to-replace-ruth-bader-ginsburg-on-supreme-court-will-get-senate-vote-mcconnell-says.html

They have the majority. They can do as they wish now.


Should have never got to this point though.
If only we had your vote. :shrug: Hey did you do your census?

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trump leads Biden 100% to 0 among racists, klansmen, other supremist and neo nazis. :nod:

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Penis makes me suspicious too.
You remember when you called my post the gayest thing you've ever heard.  ^^^ This has to be the gayest post ever written.  :nod:

Sorry man. Nothing will ever be as gay as you randomly, at like 10 pm at night, asking where was your big daddy :lol: :lol: :lol:
Naw Baby oldsport/trump :nono2: You can't deflect out of that one.  I asked about a poster named Big Daddy and proved he existed.  You talking about "Penis makes you suspicious too" or did you really mean suspect???? :shrug:  That inner homo is seeping out.  Its okay neymar. it's 2020 no one will judge you, just don't expect us to drink out of the same glass as your d!ck breath ass!  :lol:

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Sports Forum / Re: Update on Deion Sanders and Jackson State
« on: Yesterday at 11:14:47 PM »
A staff is already assembled and FBS standouts are already calling.

"Get Ready". :nod:


Que, we owe yall from a few of those beatdowns under Bell.  :lol:
Bell???? Y'all have won 1 game since 2014. :lol:

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Politics / Re: Today's Political Funnies and not so funny
« on: Yesterday at 10:37:48 PM »







































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Sports Forum / Re: FAMU stadium upgrade of $10 million approved
« on: Yesterday at 10:09:00 PM »
That's great news. :clap: Do any of you Rattlers know what the specific renovations will be?  Where do the fans park?  I parked between the BB Arena and the stadium last December and I'm guessing parking is done on the other side.  I liked the campus, that I saw, which I had not been to since 1982.

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Sports Forum / Re: Update on Deion Sanders and Jackson State
« on: Yesterday at 09:59:32 PM »
A staff is already assembled and FBS standouts are already calling.

"Get Ready". :nod:

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Penis makes me suspicious too.
You remember when you called my post the gayest thing you've ever heard.  ^^^ This has to be the gayest post ever written.  :nod:

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Politics / Re: Joe Biden Waives t Supporters in Tampa
« on: Yesterday at 08:34:29 PM »
No one  has died because of a Biden event, so maybe if trump had waived Herman Cain would still be alive. ::)

No one would die from attending a Biden rally, because no one would show up. And prove that Cain's death was caused by his attendance to the Trump rally. YOU GD IDIOT.
There are pics of him sitting in the crowd w/o a mask or social distancing, he showed symptoms and died not long after attending rally.  Now you prove that it wasn't. ::)

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Hospitalizations are an important metric to discuss in this conversation. But that doesn't necssarily tell the whole story. Just because a person isn't sick enough to be hospitalized with COVID-19 does not mean they're recovered or will be fine.

There have been some athletes -- college and pro -- who have developed heart conditions and other health issues since contracting the virus.

There are also thousands of people who were clinically declared recovered from COVID and are still battling secondary health impacts from the virus weeks and months later.

We still do not know what the long-term health affects contracting COVID are -- even for young people who are declared recovered.   
Exactly!!!

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:shrug: still waiting for someone to tell me out of 300k college football players nationwide, how many that are playing this fall have been "hospitalized" due to covid-19?



Not sure about hospitalized but as of AUG 5, 2020 At least 800 college football players have tested positive for the virus, according to a compilation of numbers either reported by schools or local reporters. The actual number is likely much higher.

https://www.si.com/college/2020/08/05/college-football-coronavirus-covid-cases-opt-outs

Being hospitalized is irrelevant though.  I guess you didn't see the story of the 28-year-old teacher in SC who died 3 days after being diagnosed.  :shrug:  Also you can recover from COVID 19 but develop a heart condition because of the virus and as you know football puts a lot of stress on the heart, at least I hope you know.  :shrug:



dude, being hospitalized is very relevant!  if you're seriously ill from covid-19, then you will be "hospitalized".  i'm aware of a grand total of "zero" college football players who are playing this fall that have been "hospitalized".

that means that the few college football players who have contracted the virus have not been seriously ill and eventually fully recover, some in less than 2 weeks...
Well the SC teacher never made it to the hospital, she died three days after diagnosis.  Just because someone is no longer showing syptoms of COVID 19 does not mean they are fully recovered.
 
"Some patients who have recovered from COVID-19 may show signs of heart damage, even weeks or months after feeling better, according to two studies published in JAMA Cardiology. Viruses attack the body by infecting cells directly. In the case of COVID-19, the virus primarily attacks the lungs. However, it can also cause your body to produce an overactive immune response which can lead to increased inflammation throughout the body.

Myocarditis can impair the heart’s ability to pump blood and send electrical signals. Severe forms of myocarditis can lead to more serious problems like abnormal heart rhythms, heart muscle disease and heart failure."

https://www.hackensackmeridianhealth.org/HealthU/2020/08/13/how-does-covid-19-affect-the-heart/

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I guess you never heard of Google

https://www.thedenverchannel.com/sports/college-football-player-dies-after-contracting-covid-19

College football player dies after contracting COVID-19

Jamain "Juice" Stephens, a college football player at California University of Pennsylvania, has died of complications from COVID-19, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and NBC Sports. He was 20 years old.

Click on the link for the FULL story.
I guess his point is he's willing to risk their lives so he can be entertained because their are always risks in football. It's like the fewer people die in airplanes than in cars argument.  :shrug:
more college football players have "died" due to the common "flu" than that "1" player who was not subject to the covid-19 protocols that d1 colleges have in place.  so college football should shut down because of the "flu"?  dude was not under "any" covid-19 protocols and it happened during the "offseason" of a friggin' d2 program (that's not playing football this fall) that had "zero" covid-19 testing in place...  ::)
Bruh do you hear how you sound right now.  You coming off as uncompassionate as trump.  :no: One life is too many if it can be avoided. Your comparison of the two viruses makes no sense to me. For one this COVID 19 is still baffling scientist and doctors, there is no vaccine and when there is it will take months to produce. The common flu is no where near as devastating as COVID. You mentioned other serious injuries and yes they do happen and it is unknown to us when they will so we can't prevent them.  You obviously don't have kids because you are advocatng other folk's kids risk their lives for your entertainment during a known pandemic with 1k+ dying a day. :shrug:

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