11:04 AM yesterday
commented on Seahawks Win Preseason Battle Over Cowboys, So Let's Hunt For Bad News!
The Cowboy's entire defense is garbage, to be honest.
It is Sean Lee, the paper-mache man, and ten other guys who would never start on another team.
Also, I don't know if WIlson is still throwing off his back foot too much, or if the O line in front of him scares him into assuming guys are just going to be in his lap a half second after the ball is snapped.
commented on A Feel Bad Story in Disguise: Two Florida Hospitals Won't Bill Orlando Pulse Shooting Victims
The market is a huge part of what makes us humans. We have always depended on markets to drive social interaction, cooperation, progress, and prosperity. The strongest predictor of peaceful interaction is mutual dependability brokered through trade. Where goods cross borders, armies do not.
That being said, even the early cultures that first developed markets and traded with other cultures knew that not everything can be decided by the market, as some things are too important to be priced out of reach, or too crucial to ourselves as humans to be a traded commodity.
Health is one of those things.
commented on SL Letter of the Day: Natural Vs. Unnatural Threesomes
If you are planning an alcohol fueled game of strip poker with the hopes of a threesome occurring, it is not really that "spontaneous," or "natural" so to speak.
Also, it is kind of weird to put together a series of events with the hope of a threesome breaking out (especially when introducing drugs that muddle the thought processes) without at least clueing the person in that you are actively trying to have a sexual experience with them.
commented on What's So Funny About the Naked Trump Statue?
@6: Only if the joke is targeted at the Acceptable Demographics, homie. Which of course this one is (at least triply so), so no foul there.
@7: Please, everyone in politics is petty as hell. Especially those going through presidential primaries. The attacks there can't get much pettier.
commented on Today in Stupid: Police Say Ryan Lochte Made Up Robbery Story To Cover Up a Gas Station Altercation
@7: So now you want Olympic medals taken for lying? How about speeding, or littering?
Think about your faulty logic here: you want medals stripped from athletes for "overshadowing" the accomplishments of others (debatable), yet do not care if those very achievements are completely stripped from other athletes?
Think about that for a few hours, maybe it will strike you how dumb and hypocritical that line of reasoning is.
@8: Can you read?