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QMany last won the day on March 17

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About QMany

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    Wizard of Osborne
  • Birthday 07/28/1986

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    Full-time amateur golfer and Husker fan. Part-time attorney.

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  1. Keystone Pipeline

  2. Just to clarify, she isn't alleging sexual harassment.
  3. ALSO: Ivanka Trump remains says nothing about her dad purposefully and without consent walked into Miss TEEN USA locker rooms where girls as young as 15 were changing.
  4. Seems like the least excitement I can remember about an upcoming Husker game. 

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    2. ScottyIce


      We have a game? I've been stuck in the MegaThread all month.

    3. brophog


      Minnesota killed it off for me. I was prepared for the idea that "we win even if we lose" dichotomy, but I never thought Minnesota could do that with a baby's first option play.

    4. Dewiz


      Missed the game last week and will miss it this week all by choice

  5. The Republican Utopia

    What happened to the Law & Order President?
  6. Bill Clinton Should Have Resigned

    Yglesias is a good Twitter follow, and this is a good piece. I was 6 when Bill was elected, so I don't appreciate or care for the Whataboutisms that have propagated by those trying to deflect/defend Moore, Trump, et al. But I think this piece could have done a better job distinguishing Clinton's consensual relationship with Lewinsky from non-consensual advances. I won't argue that Clinton's relationship wasn't an inappropriate abuse of power, but that is different from sexual assault. In that regard, I'm surprised Yglesias didn't hit more on the Juanita Broaddrick angle.
  7. Trump-endorsed news sources

    Just in case there was any doubt that Fox News is Trump's propoganda mouthpiece:
  8. The Democrat Utopia

    One of the few constants of litigation, juries are unpredictable and sometimes crazy.