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  1. 5 points
    Ironically it was Einstein who said that God did not play dice with the universe in his arguments against Quantum Mechanics. He just could not accept that chance could be a part of a major branch of astrophysics as is the case there. All that being said, the only thing I need to do is go outside on a starry night and realize that my vision is so limited that I can barely see one little part on one little galaxy in a universe populated by trillions of galaxies and all began with a bang that no one can hear because there was no medium to carry the sound of "let there be light". As for Jesus? He had a better philosophy on a guide for my life than any other person that ever lived. Of course at times I fail to read the guidebook, but he knew that too and left us all a mulligan. For that I am thankful and truly in awe. Amen.
  2. 5 points
    We are quickly losing the Great 1964 Champions. Time for another generation of Champions... Zombo
  3. 4 points
    You've been on the board wanting to share your passion about football and the Browns since I arrived back in 98. It doesn't matter to me that you never played. The common bond we all have here is our football team and the passion we devote to it. We all learn this game one way or another. If I can share an experience to a situation - I try to do so. I've always enjoyed your particular interest in the offensive line and sense of humor that first captivated me way back when Shep was rating QBs based on how good looking he felt they were. That sure led to some entertaining discussions. You've always done a great job of keeping your political views out of the football forum discussions!
  4. 4 points
    Visited Cincinnati for the first time last summer, thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Caught two Indians/Reds games while there. Stopped in an Irish bar to have a drink on the way back to the hotel after both games (O'Malley's in the Alley) and had a Rheingheist Truth the second night, because when in Rome.... Grossest beer I've ever had. I can drink some Summer Shandy, Blue Moon, etc, but Truth was disgusting. Fucking grapefruit. Ugh. And Skyline tastes like someone tried to make chili, had a stroke, and then thought they were trying to make a pumpkin pie. Seriously, what the fuck is that shit?
  5. 4 points
    The "so he isn't allowed to have fun like every other adult?" argument is the same one we got from JFF apologists while he was partying in Vegas and all points west. No, he can do whatever the fuck he wants---it's just that he has a suspect history and he's willingly putting himself in positions where bad things can happen. Sure, you have every right to go to a bar like any other free man in America. If memory serves me correctly, Hunt wasn't charged in any of the previous incidents but the NFL broke it off in his ass, anyways. Dorsey has already told him he's on a zero-tolerance policy and he's at bars putting himself in situations where the police are being called. It's fucking stupid.
  6. 4 points
    I know it's early but have a great day stay safe!
  7. 4 points
    Ex-Calif. State Sen. Leland Yee, gun control champion, heading to prison for weapons trafficking https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/02/25/ex-calif-state-sen-leeland-yee-gun-control-champion-heading-to-prison-for-weapons-trafficking/?fbclid=IwAR0F2WqSOWEvi5CoCPzl9tiL7IqlPET9_bDx_6ceDFUAEX7wxJz4OusY81A&utm_term=.f09bfab32110
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    https://www.foxbusiness.com/business-leaders/bernie-marcus-plans-to-donate-majority-of-his-fortune-trump-re-election Billionaire Bernie Marcus Opens a New Window. has already given more than $2 billion to upwards of 300 organizations, and he said he plans to donate the majority of his fortune while he’s still alive and support President Trump for re-election in the 2020 presidential election. The Home Depot co-founder told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Opens a New Window. over the weekend that he will continue to look for worthy causes to donate to in the years to come. Marcus, 90, added that 80 to 90 percent of his wealth will go to the Marcus Foundation when he dies to fund other organizations such as medical discoveries, helping children with autism and veteran support. “I want to live to be 100 because I want to be in a position to give it away to those things that I really believe in,” Marcus told the newspaper. “I’ve got all the houses I need. I live very well. My kids are taken care of. Everything I live for now is finding the right things to put my money into and that can give me a rate of return in emotion and doing good things for this world.” Marcus has an estimated net worth of $5.8 billion, according to Forbes Opens a New Window. . The billionaire has donated more than $2 billion to philanthropic causes, including $250 million to build the Georgia Aquarium. The businessman could donate up to $6 billion in his lifetime. When asked about his net worth, Marcus said he doesn’t “have a clue.” “You know when I find out what I’m worth? Once a year, I go through it with my accountants. I don’t have a clue. My key is how much can I give away this year?” he told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Marcus was also a top donor to President Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign — and he plans to support the president during his 2020 re-election bid, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. “[Trump’s] got a businessman’s common sense approach to most things,” Marcus said. “…Now, do I agree with every move that he makes? No, I don’t. But the truth is he has produced more than anybody else. He has. If we look at this country, I would say that we are better off today than we were eight years ago or six years ago.” Marcus said Trump’s biggest flaw is his communication skills. “I’ll tell you what he has not done well: His communication sucks. I mean he takes on every battle. He’s fighting. He does things he shouldn’t be doing,” he said. “As president of the United States, I’d rather him do things that are meaningful.” Marcus said how much more he will donate to philanthropy depends on Home Depot’s success. Marcus still holds a large number of Home Depot shares. “Home Depot is doing well because they understand the philosophy of reinventing themselves,” Marcus said. “At one point, we had real concern that Amazon was going to put everybody out of business. I don’t feel that is true today…They are not going to run away with our business.”
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    he seems to have a pseudo-multi-faceted intellect. It's called split personality, one personality feels he's Napoleon, the other thinks he's William F. Buckley, and the two fight like hell, and he can't post coherent posts as a result.
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  14. 3 points
    lefties feel nothing is greater than themselves, so they have to diss America, Real Marriage, our Flag, our Anthem, our Founders, our Bill of Rights/Constitution, and our God...family values, Real America.... https://www.theblaze.com/op-ed/if-you-dont-understand-the-declaration-of-independence-you-will-never-understand-american-exceptionalism
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    Around 12:30 a.m. on Monday morning, Harmeet K. Dhillon, a lawyer representing journalist Andy Ngo, warned far-left criminal Antifa members that she plans on suing them “into oblivion.” “Goodnight everyone except Antifa criminals who I plan to sue into oblivion and then sow salt into their yoga studios and avocado toast stands until nothing grows there, not even the glimmer of a violent criminal conspiracy aided by the effete impotence of a cowed city government,” Dhillon wrote.
  16. 3 points
    Seems ol Clevis and Butthead are taking a hiatus amid these democrat debates. Defending the indefensible has run it's course I suppose....or perhaps trying to defend an entire group of idiots is just too overwhelming.
  17. 3 points
    That is excellent. Watch him get sued by some gay woodpeckerhead for not offering a pink gun with "gay" written all over it.......
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  19. 3 points
    We're giving this asshole way too much attention here...
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  22. 3 points
    Did you ever think that maybe if you left the homos alone to do their thing they might not have to be so aggressive about it?
  23. 3 points
    I appreciate the sentiment of hope in this case. Bold and probably too ambitious (wish he would have phrased it better) but the guy did lose a son to cancer. Grief does weird things to people - I'm still keeping a close eye on my parents because of our loss. I've seen how their thought process and mental state has taken a hit. Can't imagine Biden being different. I just wish he would have chosen his words more carefully and not with such convienent political timing.
  24. 3 points
    People have prayed for a cure for cancer as well. This is a promise made by man running for president of the United States. Try and stay on track.
  25. 3 points
    Happy Father's Day to all of the Dads on Board. My Dad was a Steeler fan. Not the front-running, spoiled, crybaby Steeler fan we know in in 2019 ... But an Old School one. He was born in 1928 in New Castle, PA. Steelers were born in 1933, and never won a damn thing until 1974 when my Dad was 46, and I was 10. So he put in his dues, the Steelers were awful back then, maybe worse than the Browns of 99-18. When I was a kid his favorite players were Rocky Bleier and Terry Hanratty, the Notre Dame Guys. He liked Franco too. He thought Bradshaw was an ass. My Dad recognized my passion, and even though we lived a lot closer to Pittsburgh and Buffalo, he would drive me all the way to Cleveland to see my beloved Browns and stand in the cold with me while the mid-seventies Browns were bumbling around and he coulda been home on the warm couch watching the Steelers dominate somebody. So now I've done my suffering. I'm 55 so I have 9 years on Dad when he was left off the hook. I'm due ... and ready. I don't know if the Browns 2018 Draft will measure up in history with the Steelers 1974 draft ... but it sure got off too a good start. Now is our time. I'm sure Dad in heaven agrees ... let his youngest win one. Mom's still here and I've converted her into a full-fledged Browns fan ... so Dad, get a word in up there ... let me taste a championship ... I've earned it too! Zombo
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