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The Ballad of Johnny Football: How Manziel's Career Cratered
Tue Apr 26, 2016
After the Aaron Hernandez saga, I was naively hopeful that college coaches would start holding their players accountable. Just like Hernandez, the coaches let questionable behavior slide, until he hit the big leagues and suddenly nobody was there to cover their crap. Granted, drunke …
Campus Pride: How Colleges Are Welcoming LGBT Students
Sat Apr 23, 2016
In reply to: rossj503 #4.2 A lot of older LGBT people have come out pretty vehemently that "queer" is still seen as derogatory to them, and that the millennials "taking back" the phrase is disrespectful for their past struggles. Then again, we are living in a time of synonyms. Yo …
6 Kids Injured, 2 Critically, After Truck Slams Into Bus Stop in Washington
Thu Apr 14, 2016
In reply to: 1776_USA_2016 #1 Well, to be fair, his license was suspended, so ownership of it didn't really make a difference into him deciding to drive. Perhaps it was suspended after his medical condition was disclosed.
Texting During the Movies? Fans Boo AMC Chief's Suggestion
Thu Apr 14, 2016
Right; instead of teaching people to be respectful of others, and expecting a modicum of decorum in a public place, let's just enable them to be selfish twits. That'll be great.
Rape of 17-Year-Old Was Streamed on Periscope: Ohio Prosecutor
Wed Apr 13, 2016
In reply to: Dotsie Watson #2 Just like the car companies are held liable for every fatality crash? See, the idea seems ridiculous.
Pope Francis Blesses Eyes of U.S. Girl, 5, Who Is Going Blind
Wed Apr 6, 2016
I know she's five, but at some point you need to let her know about her own condition. Children with chronic and terminal illnesses know about them all the time. Let her deal with it as a child, and it won't be such a shock when, surprise, she wakes up and can't see as well. But that's j …
Should You Pay for Your Child's College Education?
Sun Apr 3, 2016
In reply to: Lenny Lynx #12 Newsflash: K-12 education in this country is free for students, covered by taxes. Post-secondary education is optional and not always necessary (aka "a luxury"), thus there is a charge. Why is this difficult to understand?
Dos Equis Retires 'Most Interesting Man in the World' to Mars
Thu Mar 10, 2016
In reply to: T.H. Eagen #7 Great point. Nowadays, nearly every adult character is seen as a bungling mess while the children are the ones in charge.
Tina Fey blasts 'real Hollywood bulls---' she heard at Oscars (but Leo's OK)
Thu Mar 3, 2016
In reply to: Clark Robenstine #1 There actually is a difference between a movie and an award show. If you want to make your movie political, that's great. Many of them tackle societal and political issues. But why make an awards show so preachy?
Senate Republicans Debate Distancing Themselves from Trump
Tue Mar 1, 2016
Blind faith towards their party is part of what is ruining this country's politics. If your party nominates someone you have absolutely no faith in, and whose statements and policies actually worry you, you have more responsibility to stand up to him than support him. I would respect eit …
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