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- Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:40 pm
- Forum: General Baseball Discussion
- Topic: I won't say someone's overrated because I don't see him every day
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https://sports.yahoo.com/giving-hall-fame-vote-joe-morgans-letter-144738128.html Of the 1,069 propagandizing words sent Tuesday to Baseball Hall of Fame voters urging them to just say no to steroids, none encapsulated the museum’s winning combination of self-reverence and tone-deafness quite as blat...
- Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:53 am
- Forum: Social
- Topic: Stand Up Comedy and Comedians are Awesome Chit Chat
- Replies: 111
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Sammy Sofa wrote:Wasn't expecting a new Patton Oswalt special so soon after the last one given what he's been through, but Annihilation is something else. The guy really is one of the very best.
I was in the audience for that one. Saying its "something else" is accurate. Was so very good.
Banedon wrote:New York Cubs Fan wrote:My fault for seeing it, but Justice League really sucked.
There was some really surprisingly rough CGI, especially when it came to Superman...
YOU MEAN HE'S NOT DEAD?
- Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:37 pm
- Forum: Social
- Topic: Corporate grab ass shenanigans, and so much worse
- Replies: 533
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Derwood wrote:17 Seconds wrote:Lena Dunham continues to be garbage
You'll have to be more specific, there are so many things to choose from
A writer for Girls was accused of rape and Lena Dunham defended him, apparently.
EDIT: See above
- Sat Nov 18, 2017 8:35 pm
- Forum: Transactions
- Topic: ITT: Raisin & Tom/King Kong Obsess Over Shohei Ohtani
- Replies: 388
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https://twitter.com/jonheyman/status/931181793679638528 I agree that it is kind of messed up his posting team (Ham Fighters) will get a nice $20 million while the most he can get is roughly $3.5 million this offseason. It’s just the Fighters. Nippon-Ham is the company that sponsors/owns them. False...
That's the part I can't wrap my head around; why? I agree with you 100%, but if there's one thing I've learned this year in regards to figuring out how things work in Hollywood it's this: Follow the money. Meh; making a hit WW2 movie isn't some kind of magic alchemy. Daddy's Home wasn't already an ...
For Gibson, I suppose since his scandals were strictly verbal (yelling at Cops, vile phone calls with his wife) his situation for Hollywood was a "Time heals all wounds" scenario. As horsefeathers as that is, I have to assume that's why he's back. That's the part I can't wrap my head arou...