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  1. I don’t understand how this is a race crime. 5 black officer beat up a young black man. I only watch the 1st video. The kid maced the cops and ran off. Obviously he was beaten to a pulp at some point. Apparently if you’re a cop you are white regardless of your race. 

    I doubt this stuff is ever going away. Power hungry and controlling people gravitate to law enforcement.

  2. On 1/27/2023 at 10:42 AM, Spaztecs said:

    JD brought the Big Stick in that interview.

    He laid out what is on the line for the PAC and what SUDS will deliver.




    Good SDSU has earned the right to move up. PAC should add them and one more maybe UNLV. I’d prefer BYU but that isn’t happening. My second preferred option is for the B12 to add SDSU. 

  3. On 1/18/2023 at 2:40 PM, UNLV2001 said:

    Kitara Ravache !!!!! 


    I have a close friend who would give you the shirt off his back to help you. But he tells tale tells this like this guy. 

    His stories are fairly entertaining. No one calls him out. Because what’s the point we all know everything he says is BS. Maybe Santos is an amazing dude with the same problem. Since he is a MAGA republican I give him a break. 

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  4. On 1/14/2023 at 9:36 PM, FresnoFacts said:

    From 1981 until 1987 it was just called the California Bowl. The California Raisin Bowl name was not adopted until 1988 when the California Raisin Advisory Board purchased naming rights.

    There was a bunch of independent teams. South Carolina, Penn St, Florida St, Miami, most the old Big East. 

    4 western conference. PAC, WAC, PCC and SWC. I think the MVC still had D1 schools playing football in the only dual division conference. A lot of the conference didn’t play round Robin either

  5. On 1/6/2023 at 4:47 PM, FresnoFacts said:

    Wilner's new Q&A this afternoon:


    It has long been held that the biggest impediment to Pac-12 success in the College Football Playoff is defensive line play. What options are out there for recruiting top talent at that position? Is opening new recruiting areas a consideration in Pac-12 expansion? — @jlahaye76

    It is, and we can answer that question with three letters: S-M-U.

    The conference is seriously considering adding the Mustangs for a variety of reasons that include access to the Dallas market for media dollars and recruiting.

    With regard to defensive linemen in particular, the Pac-12 clearly needs help. It’s an essential position but in limited supply within the conference footprint.

    That’s not the case in Texas.

    The Hotline tallied the number of blue-chip defensive line prospects (four- or five-star ratings) in both Texas and California over the past three recruiting cycles, according to the 247 Sports database.

    The Lone Star State has produced 33 blue chippers, the Golden State just 12.

    (And that number, like California’s water supply, appears to be shrinking.)

    Granted, there is more competition for prospects in Texas than California. But access to the marketplace through a campus in the heart of the DFW metroplex cannot hurt.

    At least some university presidents are aware of the need to improve recruiting and — for that and other reasons — have become intrigued by the prospect of adding SMU.


    You think Fresno State to the Big 12 is more likely than Fresno State to the Pac-12? — @lilcmac5

    I do, indeed.

    The Bulldogs are a better fit in the Big 12 institutionally and would help the conference gain a footprint in the Pacific Time Zone.

    They bring access to a talent-rich region and a top-25 media market — if Sacramento is included in Fresno’s DMA — and they would create more Big 12 kickoff opportunities in the 7:30 p.m. (PT) window.

    (Big 12 commissioner Brett Yormark has made no secret of his desire for a West Coast campus.)

    At the same time, the Hotline hasn’t sensed much momentum inside the Pac-12 for adding the Bulldogs. We see San Diego State as the priority among California schools.


    Pick up Fresno and SDSU. Good get for B12

  6. I think the portal and NIL is hurting the lesser P5 as much as anyone. Most of these teams are losing 15 plus players 

    BYU has probably been a net overall small positive. I would think with the expanding playoffs the G5 might fair better than the lower level P5 when it comes to the portal. If you don’t lose a starter that is unheard of now for any team except maybe Alabama. 

  7. On 1/4/2023 at 9:26 PM, Spaztecs said:

    Best of luck to him and best wishes to you and your wife in this difficult time.

    Thank you. He is doing well. I’ll try to post a picture of his back, before and after. I think he is 4 inches taller with the spin fusion. 

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  8. This is all just democracy. This country protects the voice of the minority. Which is good and bad. We can’t keep people from streaming across our borders because of it. 

    I’ve change my thoughts and I’m just observing at this point. I don’t think it’s bad or crazy it’s just a process that we haven’t seen before. People having to compromise and not get everything they want is good. 

    For the most part these 20 don’t want to bankrupt our kids. Which by its self is a good thing.

    Both parties have some core beliefs that are good. If a person can’t see that you’re blind. If we compromise more maybe the good from both sides could be used more. 

  9. On 1/5/2023 at 12:05 AM, WAC_FAN said:

    I don't see why the Democrats wouldn't do this every single day or every time they want to stall a bill.

    I love it. Stalemate with congress doing nothing is a massive win for America. This might be one of the better 2 years we get out of Congress. Hopefully this rolls on for another week. 

  10. On 1/5/2023 at 12:29 AM, SJSUMFA2013 said:

    “Do you have a moment to talk about our lord and savior Jesus Christ?”

    ”Uh…are you guys here for the orgy or what?”

    I saw my 1st boobies on  my mission. Not sure why hot Oregon girls liked to show their beautiful boobs to a young missionary, but they did. Going to Eugene was an eye opener. I was a big nerd and then I put on a name badge and I was Brad Pitt. I couldn’t believe all the well endowed beautiful woman who wanted me. I can’t believe is resisted all the temptations. I literally went from an invisible man to man every beautiful woman wanted. It truly was an amazing and unbelievable situation. 


    I went home and took off the name badge and I couldn’t get a girl to say hi to me, until I made my 1st million. 

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  11. On 1/4/2023 at 8:08 PM, Spaztecs said:

    There's a debt ceiling authorization coming up within three weeks. Committees can't meet. Incoming members can't get into their offices. They have not been sworn until there is a Speaker. 

    The Magat holdouts have been given plum Committee assignments and their investigations but they want more. Notably the ability for a single House Member to challenge the Speaker. McCarthy and his Caucus won't budge on that because you will constantly be having Speaker battles instead of Legislating.

    These Magats simply want to wield bigger sticks than their numbers would indicate.

    I agree McCarthy has already given them more than they should have power to do. AOC already floated the idea of some Democrats voting present in exchange for some chairmanship. I’d prefer that than given in more. I’d kick the 20 out of every committee and take away all the concessions they made to them if they have to negotiate with Democrats. 

  12. On 1/4/2023 at 10:55 AM, WYO1016 said:

    This is pretty big business. I've got a friend who has worked for Allosource for over a decade. The stuff he does is absolutely fascinating.

    It is. I didn’t know anything about the legal trafficking of human body parts. Until a couple of weeks ago. Does the family make any profits from the selling of grandpa’s bone fragments. It’s a morbid topic that is big money.

  13. On 1/3/2023 at 1:25 PM, AztecSU said:

    This is a little off the wall but stay with me.

    Anyone else have hires over the pandemic that they didn't meet in person until some time later? My firm did, and we noticed how even though we work together and see people on video meeting platforms regularly it's still really awkward when you meet the first time. Maybe even more so because you've only met the talking head online presentation of them. But now you meet them in person and its even more awkward even though you actually interact with them regularly...what if this is what young people are going through?

    The first fully online gens who didn't transition to online life later on, but were born into. And when they meet in person they feel extra awkward because real life is unlike online interactions? Just a thought...if this is the case as they get older I have a feeling it will correct itself. But it may be too late to correct the impact on birth rates. 

    You bastards aren’t breeding and are going to destroy my Social Security I’ve worked years for. Its not the Democrats or the Republicans fault it all the awkward single men who can’t and won’t make a move on a beautiful big breasted woman. 

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