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    I got 10. And I take umbrage with a few of the...

    I got 10.

    And I take umbrage with a few of the "bad" movies I've seen on that list.

    In what world are "Road House" or "****tail" or even "Star Wars Episode I" bad movies?....

    I know they...
  2. This exactly. Just like how all of the...

    This exactly.

    Just like how all of the hard-core Christians on this board are so because of where they were born/where they grew up.
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    I tend to agree. Remember that they damn near...

    I tend to agree.

    Remember that they damn near (and probably should have) lost to a very mediocre TCU team the week after the beatdown in Stillwater; then they beat another mediocre team (Texas) at...
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    You mean, so if you break the law for 30 years,...

    You mean, so if you break the law for 30 years, essentially stealing $1 million from the U.S. government, then they might come and arrest you?

    That's shocking.

    What's not shocking is that these...
  5. Don't forget my love of advanced football...

    Don't forget my love of advanced football statistics.... F+ and such.
  6. Nope.

    Nope.
  7. You keep Prince out of this.

    You keep Prince out of this.
  8. Greatest thread in the history of LT? I say...

    Greatest thread in the history of LT?

    I say yes.
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    It's actually not a "fact"... it's your OPINION,...

    It's actually not a "fact"... it's your OPINION, and it's not grounded in reality, because you just keep repeating the same shit over and over.




    Oh, right... I forgot that bands immediately...
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    Oh -- I didn't realize you were doing it on a...

    Oh -- I didn't realize you were doing it on a treadmill. I don't trust those things, in terms of determining distance and pace... there's just too many variables.

    Running outside is totally...
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    If you're running ~3 miles at sub-8:00 pace 5...

    If you're running ~3 miles at sub-8:00 pace 5 times per week, I don't think it would be hard at all to train up for a half. Just throttle your pace back to something like 9:00-9:30 for, say, a...
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    We had this argument a few pages ago and it...

    We had this argument a few pages ago and it doesn't make you saying now any more valid.

    Cain's hosts some ~60 shows per year, with plenty of variety, or at least the same variety they've always...
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    You know the thing about wind and currents on the...

    You know the thing about wind and currents on the open ocean... they tend to move shit around.

    The easiest way to find a plane crash site in the ocean is within the first few days when the debris...
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    As predictable as the day is long...

    As predictable as the day is long...
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    Oh yeah -- I forgot to comment about my running...

    Oh yeah -- I forgot to comment about my running mix.

    I change it up quite a bit, but it's mostly a mix of 90s alt rock, a bit of hip hop and then some current stuff that I'm listening to.

    My...
  16. So I'm like a week late to this thread, but.... ...

    So I'm like a week late to this thread, but.... Phrasing!
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    Yeah - I'm certainly not an expert, but when I...

    Yeah - I'm certainly not an expert, but when I started doing longer runs a few years ago, I asked around at work for advice (we have a lot of marathoners), and I ended up taking one guy's advice who...
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    I actually didn't get one... I wasn't sure if...

    I actually didn't get one...

    I wasn't sure if they were giving them out to only the half finishers or what... but I looked around for a bit after the race, because I saw a few people with medals,...
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    Dude you were blazing out of the gates! And you...

    Dude you were blazing out of the gates! And you finished -- that's what matters.

    I hit my mark on the 10K.... was gunning for an 8:45 or better pace... I ended up with an 8:37 pace. My chip...
  20. It may be semantics, but I don't think Freedom of...

    It may be semantics, but I don't think Freedom of Speech has "limits"... it just doesn't mean what a lot of people think it means.

    It means the Government can't throw you in jail for stating an...
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    Yep. Simple.

    Yep. Simple.
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    Comparing eras is always tricky. Because,...

    Comparing eras is always tricky.

    Because, yeah, if you took a guy straight out of the 1920s and put him on a big league field today, he probably wouldn't be that great.

    But the guys who were...
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    I'm actually pretty amazed how accurate the...

    I'm actually pretty amazed how accurate the umpires are at balls and strikes.
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    My take: get rid of the manager's challenges. ...

    My take: get rid of the manager's challenges. It's stupid.

    It's like, "we have the technology to get the calls right, but we're only going to use it twice per game."

    This shit should be very...
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    They don't say anything about the methodology in...

    They don't say anything about the methodology in this poll, other than "interviewing 1,500 Americans." It doesn't say if the sample was random, margin of error, etc.

    I'm still skeptical, because...
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    I went to a Cardinals-Cubs game at Wrigley two...

    I went to a Cardinals-Cubs game at Wrigley two summers ago. It was fantastic.

    View from my seats:

    http://i.imgur.com/o7B64yI.jpg
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    Which is no different than the other professional...

    Which is no different than the other professional sports... thus the argument "no salary cap has killed parity in baseball" is ridiculous.

    Football has a salary cap and has the same number of...
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    Right on. And: ...

    Right on.

    And:

    http://i.imgur.com/Cstz9Ca.jpg
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    Basketball has always been terrible with parity....

    Basketball has always been terrible with parity.

    Look at the run from 1984-1998... in 14 seasons, only 5 different teams won the championship: the Celtics (2), Lakers (3), Bulls (6), Pistons (2)...
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    Ummmm... baseball is hugely popular in Mexico,...

    Ummmm... baseball is hugely popular in Mexico, Central and South America.
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    I'd like to see the data on that claim. It...

    I'd like to see the data on that claim.

    It seems like soccer has been the "next big thing" for at least the last 30 years, but is still pretty far down the totem pole of popularity in the U.S. ...
  32. Thread: Cutting Pork

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    What did I say that wasn't true? Did she say...

    What did I say that wasn't true?

    Did she say something that every single GOP candidate for office hasn't said over and over again for the past 5 years?
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    Correlation and causality, how do they work? ...

    Correlation and causality, how do they work?

    And anyway, it's not that baseball declined so much as the NFL just grew massively and completely and totally dominated everything. NFL is far and...
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    I have an unapologetic love of baseball. I...

    I have an unapologetic love of baseball.

    I played it growing up and through high school, at a high-level 6A (5A at the time) program in the Tulsa area.

    I've been a St. Louis Cardinals fan since...
  35. Marcus Dupree seems like the most obvious. For...

    Marcus Dupree seems like the most obvious.

    For OSU, it has to be Hart Lee Dykes. He was on his way to being an All Pro-level receiver before he broke his knee cap.
  36. Thread: Cutting Pork

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    This is supposed to be innovative or interesting...

    This is supposed to be innovative or interesting how? Because she's bragging that she was a farmer who cut the nuts off pigs?

    She's just spouting the same message points as every other GOP...
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    Why would the have found the debris already? ...

    Why would the have found the debris already? They spent the first 10 days or so looking in the wrong place.

    And every day that goes by makes it less and less likely that they will find anything,...
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    Needs 100% more "LOL White People"

    Needs 100% more "LOL White People"
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    Not true? Does the Bible not attempt to...

    Not true?

    Does the Bible not attempt to explain the creation of the universe, Earth, animals, humans, etc? i.e. they were created by all at the same time by "God" 6,000 years ago?

    Doesn't that...
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    Because one contradicts the other on multiple...

    Because one contradicts the other on multiple fronts?
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    WTF? How do you get "guesses" out of what I...

    WTF?

    How do you get "guesses" out of what I just said?

    Newton's Laws of Motion, Einstein's General and Special Relativity or Thermodynamics or Electromagnetism are scientific theories that can...
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    Have fun! I did my first half last fall......

    Have fun! I did my first half last fall... (Route 66 in Tulsa)...It was fun but FREEZING... I think it was like 19 degrees at the start.

    If the extended forecast holds, it looks like the weather...
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    Nice job! So was your final pace just under...

    Nice job!

    So was your final pace just under 9:00 minutes/mile? I'm running the Aquarium 10K this weekend and my goal is to hit 8:45.
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    Exactly. Issues are "settled" until proven...

    Exactly.

    Issues are "settled" until proven otherwise. It doesn't mean that "settled" issues aren't valid.

    The Laws of Motion, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, etc., could all at some point...
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    LOL. I don't have to "believe" in science. ...

    LOL.

    I don't have to "believe" in science. That's the whole point. "Science" isn't a static set of "beliefs" like religion... it's something that changes new facts are discovered or new...
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    This thread is amusing... in the way that it's...

    This thread is amusing... in the way that it's always amusing when right-wing types have their own little theories about things like sociology, sexuality, etc., that were formed by consulting their...
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    I read that last year. Great book for people...

    I read that last year. Great book for people interested in probability, forecasting and data analysis.

    And I took the message as two-fold -- why certain types of predictions/forecasts fail, but...
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    Whatever dude. He was "famous" and Nirvana was...

    Whatever dude.

    He was "famous" and Nirvana was hailed as a great band long before he killed himself.

    But keep believing whatever you want to believe.
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    That doesn't mean that college isn't worth it. ...

    That doesn't mean that college isn't worth it. That means that there are always exceptions at the tail ends of the distribution curve.
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    I saw them in OKC my freshman year at OSU. The...

    I saw them in OKC my freshman year at OSU. The show was like in late November or early December 1993 on the In Utero tour. The show as in the middle of the week and I skipped my afternoon Calculus...
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