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  1. I have never met Napoleon But I plan to find the time
  2. LOL....just.....LOL These folks a pimping "Healthy Lifestyle" plans, which I'm sure are reasonably priced and in NO WAY are they trying to convince you with their "calculator" that you too should invest in a reasonably priced "Healthy Lifestyle" plan, customized to you to make sure you are ready to fight off dat mean ol' COVID.
  3. All of these things are true but not central to the discussion. changing ones behaivior doesn't require the clock to be reset. It requires that society no longer accept the obvious dysfunction in these communities and begin a cultural shift away from the attitudes and morals that foster it. BTW; The best job at Popeye's isn't the $10/hr guy, it's his boss. Work is its own reward. Good behavior is its own reward. Stay in school. Don't break the law. Don't have kids out of wedlock. Get a skill Work hard These central truths are in reach for EVERYONE. It doesn't take genius. It takes delaying gratification, eating shit sandwiches and getting up the next day and doing it again.
  4. The horror! Everyone getting and staying married, not having kids out of wedlock, working hard and obeying the law!
  5. The inner city doesn't shoot people, individuals do. There's no formulation of laws, resources and government assistance that will "fix" people who engage in the sort of activity we're talking about. It will take a cultural shift. We've done it before. in few decades, smoking went from something everyone does to an activity actively shunned and discourages at every strata of society. 30 years ago, anal sex between dudes was thought of as disgusting. Now its practitioners are a protected and celebrated class. The point is that as a society,large shifts in behavior are successfully engineered over the course of a couple of generations. In fact, what the list is, as the author puts it: So the behaviors we see now, fifty years hence, were by and large nowhere in evidence fifty years ago. we can get back to it but everyone has to buy in. Given the absolute degenerate freaks that control the cultural heights in Hollywood, the Amerikka hating left-wing dipshits that run academia and the bottomless pile of corrupt reprobates that run the government, ALL of whom need a dysfunctional, ill-educated, dependent class upon which to build wealth and status, I'm not hopeful the will is there to turn the ship
  6. Pretty decent road map. https://www.inquirer.com/philly/opinion/commentary/paying-the-price-for-breakdown-of-the-countrys-bourgeois-culture-20170809.html
  7. Perhaps the weirdest thing to come out of this nonsense is how many people refuse to accept the OBJECTIVE in favor of reports that confirm their fears. OBJECTIVELY- For normal, healthy people under the age of 65, COVID-19 is a non-issue. This is what all of the statistics from all over the world verify. Everything else is made up bullshit OBJECTIVELY- For normal, healthy people OVER 65, COVID-19 is slightly more problematic but by no means represents some sort of death sentence or even the possibility of having long term effects. Everything else is bullshit. 230,000 people die every month, month after month, year after year in the United States. That means that since we started this counting nonsense, roughly 1.25 million Americans have passed away. if you were to plot the age curve for all deaths in a similar fashion as we do for COVID, they would look nearly identical, particularly if you only plot "natural" causes. The virus is the virus. It will run its course. Some people will die. Most, the VAST majority will not. All the human intervention in the world will not change this. Do what you can to protect those we now KNOW are vulnerable and let the rest of us get on with our lives. Wear a mask if it makes you feel better. In fact, just found this. Blue line represents median death age in the US. This curve shape should look very familiar. Median death age = 77 San Diego Death curve COVID-19 Even median death age lines up.
  8. LOL- You don't get a say. The mob tells you what will and won't be destroyed. A you people seriously this naive? JFC https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2020/07/05/frederick-douglass-statue-rochester-ny-removed-defaced-anniversary-july-4th-speech/5380432002/ On the same weekend in which famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass 168 years ago delivered one of his most historically resonant speeches, a statue of Douglass was toppled from its base and left near the Genesee River gorge. Located in Maplewood Park, the statue "had been placed over the fence to the gorge and was leaning against the fence" on the river side, according to a statement from Rochester police. The statue was left about 50 feet from its pedestal. The base and lower part of the statue was damaged, as was a finger on the statue's left hand. There is historical significance to the timing of the vandalism — though no one can now say whether the timing was mere happenstance — just as there is historical significance to the statue's very location. The Maplewood Park location includes Kelsey's Landing, where Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and others helped shuttle slaves to safety along the Underground Railroad.
  9. Stayed at the Luxor 20 years ago or so. Thought is was goofy and impractical. Not surprised it didn't age well.
  10. I don't know why Bob's statement is controversial. Transfers are hit and miss. A little less so than HS recruits but they're far from sure things. I have a lot of respect for Leon. IMO he's one of the top 3-4 coaches and probably the best situational coach in the conference and I'm sure he's done his homework BUT one of his transfers was dismissed from his last squad. Akot, arguably under-performed and one is a JC guy. JC guys are fools gold so often it's hard to predict how they'll perform at the next level. Pulliam, a JC guy we brought in last year is an example. We basically got nothing from him as a Junior. We're hoping against hope we'll get something from him as a senior otherwise we'll be freshman heavy at guard.
  11. Actual video of the meeting between the Ruskies and the NRA
  12. It's been my experience traveling around the US that there's usually one area in a city that defines it. Nice cities have more than one area. Great cities have many. They all have one thing in common in that the rest is nothing more than more of the same. Same stores. Same fast food. Same apartments, Same cars. Same industrial areas. Same radio stations Housing tends to vary significantly.
  13. Also they got "caught" because the other side, also a pile of worthless corrupt "Democrats" knew the game and are only butt hurt because they didn't get to the mail in ballots first. What are the odds of similar scrutiny should it be Republicans getting cheated? ANSWER: ZERO