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  1. Ulty

    tOSU Gametime

    I'm mentally prepared for something terrible to happen, but that feeling is not fear. After seeing some the things we have already seen this year, and throughout the Mike Riley era, I'm not getting scared anymore. What's the worse that can happen that we haven't already seen?
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    2018 mid-term

    She needs to disappear, nothing but an albatross for the dems at this point.
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    LET'S! GET! HYPOTHETICAL! GAME 7

    The Best-Week-Of-Practice-Yet Bowl
  4. In space, no one can hear you scream.
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    LET'S! GET! HYPOTHETICAL! GAME 7

    I hate these threads. A lot. But they still tend to be more entertaining than the ongoing football season at this point. If a bowl game actually happens this year, I'll be excited about it. I don't care which bowl it is or even have a working knowledge of which lower-tier bowls are which these days.
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    The Angry Violent Left

    I hope this becomes true again, but lately, I don't know.
  7. Another disconnect between Christianity and the right is in the area of criminal justice. Even though this issue isn't always split evenly among Republicans/Democrats, the conservative side tends to favor harsh punishment as opposed to rehabilitation/reform, as well as being more in favor of the death penalty. That's not to say criminals shouldn't be punished, of course they should be held accountable. But every time a Republican candidate uses a platform of "tough on crime" or "law and order" they are talking about ramping up the severity of punishment, as opposed to other reforms that might actually help people. Not too much thought is put into redemption/grace/forgiveness, let alone the real science of recidivism and punishment. Same with the death penalty: even though it is clear that the death penalty serves no purpose in deterrence or expense, we are also forgetting the whole "thou shalt not kill" thing.
  8. Regarding the good samaritan story, I always thought this sketch was funny as hell: (Sorry to detract from the serious conversation)
  9. The Republican brand of Christianity only involves talking about abortion and denying civil rights to the LGBTQ community. Because religious freedom. All of the other stuff in Landlord's OP? That's for pansies.
  10. Similarly: We played Pacific University in 94 and 95, for what I assume were relatively big paychecks at the time. After 1995, Pacific shut down their football program altogether due to debt. I'm sure they knew it was coming but wanted every penny they could get before closing the doors. Shutting down the whole university would be a doozy, and also sad considering Bethune Cookman is HBCU. But they wouldn't dare due it until their accounts receivable department gets that check from Nebraska.
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    The Angry Violent Left

    Allegations against Republicans: debate the nuances of what is and isn't considered corroborating evidence. Give every benefit of the doubt to the accused. Claim that accusers are crazy. Allegations against Democrat: unsubstantiated claim based on bias and no evidence at all? Confirmed!
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    Who's Had Their Husker Moment?

    Too bad that Morgan's time at NU is during our darkest 4 year stretch ever. These are some great catches in these posts that I don't even remember because so many of these games, and entire seasons, are forgettable altogether. I know it's water under the bridge now, but on this particular play, why the hell did Lee even throw the ball to Morgan when the DB's arms were literally wrapped all the way around him at the time? Trying to pick up a PI?
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    Call your shot: How many wins left?

    Hell, we might even triple our win total if we really get on a roll.
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