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  1. TBayXXXVII

    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    Here's a Bleacher Report article that had him #11 in 2010. Yes, LeBron did make Bosh worse than what he was, but at the time they created their super team, he was arguably one of the 10 best players in the league. Real clear sports had him ranked #8. Heck, I'll concede that he was top 20. Even still, having a pair of top 5 players and a top 20 player is pretty much joining a created elite team. It's disingenuous to describe what James, Wade, and Bosh as being anything different than what Durant did.
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    Pass Interference Calls are now Reviewable

    This situation is what happens when you allow emotion, instead of common sense, to affect decision making.
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    So whats with all the hulabaloo about abortion?

    I'm all for personal accountability. Meaning, I'm pro-life. You want an abortion, fine, you pay for it. I'm fine with the death penalty. It's a penalty based on YOUR actions, not someone else's. I'm not for open boarders. You want to come here, fine, we allow people to come here every year and become citizens legally. Take that route, and I'll welcome you. Choose to circumvent that route, then I have no problem showing you the exit.
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    How do you reconcile your views vs your actions?

    I'm pro-life, but I'm willing to accept someone getting an abortion... IF THEY'RE the ones paying for it. My issue is that the pro-choice people want to force me to accept their position while not willing to accept mine. So, I'm pro-life, you're not (just an in general example "you"). I won't force you to have the kid if you don't force me to pay for you killing it. Pretty simple really. I'm willing to accept the exceptions (rape, health, what have you), but I'm not willing to except Joe not wearing a condom, Jill forgetting her pill, or Jack and Jill not wanting to be "burdened".
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    How do you reconcile your views vs your actions?

    I was 15 when my girlfriend got pregnant, she was 17. Abortion was never on the table. I was 16 when he was born. I thought it was very easy to maintain my belief when it was my life being altered.
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    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    I said "At that time", not "all-time".
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    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    Actually, it was. It was because Wade, James, and Bosh all agreed in advance to go to the team as a unit. Meaning, they were all going to a great team.
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    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    Didn't he join them for the 2016-2017 season? I thought the Cavs won the 2015-2016 Championship. I'm going off memory. As I've mentioned earlier in the thread, I've stopped paying attention to the NBA when it became the "let's team up to create a dynasty" league.
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    Batwoman trailer. Cringe level 10/10

    LOL, I know that one. Yeah, that's abhorrent. No cute black girl would ever be with a turd like that. Cracks me up the lengths they go to.
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    Batwoman trailer. Cringe level 10/10

    Agreed. That's why I have issues with the liberal/Hollywood agenda.
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    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    They weren't the best team, Cleveland was... as they just won the championship. Still, doesn't sway my opinion. Name me one super star to EVER, go to a team "to try to resurrect or jumpstart a franchise" in ANY sport when they had a chance to join a team who had championship potential?
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    Explain Sudoku to me

    I did one once that was a 4 x 4 box. Having numbers 1-16 was pretty entertaining.
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    Yanis vs Lebron comparisons

    Meh, I don't have an issue with it. I mean, didn't Lebron, Wade, and Bosh (all 3 in the top 10 at the time), team up to try and make a dynasty? I see nothing different here. It's not like the Warriors were the runaway favorites. They won 1, then lost the following year. It was then when Durant joined them. Do you think that LeBron would've told Durant not to come to Cleveland?
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    Batwoman trailer. Cringe level 10/10

    Yeah, that was the most popular. The next highest all contained black men. That's the one I found interesting. Not so much the black men/white women, but the black men to every other race were the rest until you got to the next "X" man. Hispanic man/white woman was the next highest. All of the bottom ones included a black woman and the only demographic to have a 0.0%.. had TWO. Native American man/black woman and "Other" man/black woman were both 0.0%. If I remember correctly... and I could be wrong, but I think the lowest represented were (involving black women), Asian man 0.4%, white man 0.2%, Hispanic man 0.2%, non-Hispanic white 0.1%, then the other 2 at 0.0%. Again, these are "marriages" of only interracial couples... not all married couples. There was not a single demographic that had lower than 0.4% that contained a couple which did not include a black woman. Native American's of each gender, were the demographic represented just above all containing black women. I think the total something like 3% men and 5% women.
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    Batwoman trailer. Cringe level 10/10

    I read a study a few years ago that black women were substantially less inter-racially married. I think it was something like less than 1% of interracial marriages contained a black woman. The study used the following as races: White, Black, Hispanic, Non-Hispanic White, Asian, Native American, and "Other". Yes, "other" men and "other" women were more inter racially married more than black women. I'll have to look to see if I can find it. Long tangent, but just adding on to the commercials and such. I've seen more black women inter-racially coupled on commercials more than what exist on the planet.
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