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  1. 5 points
    I think you mean “badly.” Need an adverb there. You’re welcome. 😂🤣😅
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    From what I have seen in games across the state, the QB playing defense is most prevalent at the 1A and 2A levels because of numbers. It occurs occasionally at the 3A level on a situational basis. I have not seen any QB's play defense at the 4A or 5A level. At those levels, why would you put one of your most valuable and important players at risk?
  4. 2 points
    America can have a role to play in Cuba’s economic revival, but it will do so by removing sanctions. SF could provide aid to the cigar industry in Cuba if the sanctions were lifted.......
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    Congratulations to Coach Moore for being inducted into the Hall of Fame today. He’s been at Seegers, Fountain Central, Lafayettes Jeff and is starting his second year at the newly consolidated Parke Heritage. I swear to God
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    Tell it to Warriner’s.
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    I know plenty of folks in the working class that want no part of socialism. Try again.
  11. 1 point
    You're a gentleman and a scholar. I'm pretty dumb, I can't even count.
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    You may for personal use, import Cuban Cigars that were purchased in another country. Commercial importation is still prohibited. https://help.cbp.gov/app/answers/detail/a_id/82/kw/cuban cigars I had a dad on my team who was pretty flush with cash, he offered me up some Pappy Van Winkle several times, I took a pass.
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    I find that the Cuban cigars are not that much better (IMHO) that their counterparts, but any cigar that is free always tastes better to SF.......Same of 23 y.o. whiskey - you buying?
  14. 1 point
    I think the verb do, needs to go to does, that would fix the problem as well
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    in 2014 our best Corner was our QB, but we were loaded and did not have to play him at CB, but we did for 4 games. West Lafayette, LCC X 2 and State game vs Mater Dei If anyone remembers state game, early in 1st, Mater Dei got loose, this corner took like a 90 yard angle from backside, knocked the runner out of bounds at the 3. 2 plays later we cause a fumble and held them out of EZ, all because of his effort on the play.
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    This rule change is still creating confusion. I had another coach say they can now legally put two players in "no-man's land". This is the unofficial name of the space occupied by a player if they aren't legally a back or a lineman. That is not true. Definitions are critical here. In simple terms, a lineman is any player breaking the plan of the waist of the snapper. This includes the wide out next to the sideline. Backs are any player not breaking the plane of the nearest lineman (using the definition from the previous sentence). Let's say the tackle is deep but still legal because he's breaking the waist of the snapper. You then have a slot guy who is breaking the tackle's waist but he's not breaking the waist of the snapper. This player by definition is not a back because of his proximity to the tackle who is on the line, but he's not a lineman because of his proximity to the snapper. That is unofficially called no-man's land. Having a player in this space is a foul for illegal formation. It's very rarely if ever called, because it's obvious to most everyone he's trying to be a back. If he's supposed to be on the line but far enough to be behind the snapper you'll only have 6 on the line and that was a foul previously. If you have 11 players on offense it would still be a foul now because you would have more than 4 backs. To make this really simple, what this rule change did was remove the possibility of a team committing a foul because they only have 9 or 10 players on the field (likely a punt, try or FG) and 4 of them line up as backs. This left only 5 or 6 on the line and a foul by the offense even though they put themselves at a disadvantage by being short players. It's also easier to count 4 in the backfield than 7 on the line. That is the only impact. The reason the rule states you are still required to have 5 on the line is because the next rule mentions you need at least 5 players numbered 50-79 on the line. This statement in the rule is unnecessary as it's' already covered, but it's creating a lot of confusion with coaches and some officials.
  18. 1 point
    Until a warmer climate school comes calling.
  19. 1 point
    I wonder.......Did they check with their husbands first? AND I can't wait for the line of Amish Nike wear.......
  20. 1 point
    I've borrowed money from time to time, no one ever held a gun to my head to sign on the dotted line. If you're unhappy with the juice, go somewhere else or don't borrow. It's not a difficult concept to grasp.
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    Ocasio-Cortez, Who Makes $174,000, Wants $4,500 Raise: ‘It’s Not Even Like A Raise’: https://www.dailywire.com/news/48269/ocasio-cortez-wants-4500-raise-its-not-even-raise-ryan-saavedra A cost of living increase on a $174,000 a year salary? Really?
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    California to be first state to provide healthcare to undocumented immigrants: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48585037 “How can we raise money to give insurance to these people who can’t afford it?” “How about if we tax these other people who can’t afford it?” “THAT’S IT!” The progressive mindset on display. This and taxing the amorphous "rich" who will magically have enough.
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    What do you think of usury, Muda? Except for the working class.
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    Stick to videos. When you try to type words, unsubstantiated vitriol spews out.
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    lol. It would be humorous if it was actually on the menu..............
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    Cuba Rations Food As Its Socialist Economy Enters Crisis Mode: https://mises.org/wire/cuba-rations-food-its-socialist-economy-enters-crisis-mode
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    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill declaring children's lemonade stands legal: https://www.texastribune.org/2019/06/10/texas-greg-abbott-signs-bill-declaring-childrens-lemonade-stands-legal/ Probably a nice campaign contribution from Kraft Foods (who owns the Country Time brand) is also in the works.
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    Hmm, this is probably the first texastribune.org article I have read or linked to. So if that makes me a "reader" of "that liberal rag" then I am guilty as charged. I saw the story at another website, and it was related to the picture I posted yesterday.
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    Yea Howe! Switch out the “a” for a “u”. Much better!!
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    Night Hawk, can you please provide highlighted statements, passages, etc. from the report to backup your claim of 'obvious examples'?
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