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  1. Me too! Go Pens Go!
  2. RAW sinks lower in the ratings. Lower then the taped show a couple weeks ago.
  3. Regarding Papa Trouba, there was a lawsuit involving him. Not sure if it was criminal as I cant recall and didnt read through all the details here. Assuming this is the correct Papa Trouba, which it appears to be https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/USCOURTS-mied-2_10-cv-11091/pdf/USCOURTS-mied-2_10-cv-11091-0.pdf EDIT: To save you the trouble, he was sued buy a company he was CFO for for using corporate funds for personal things. He was fired and accused of misappropriation, fraud, embezzlement etc. Then declared bankruptcy. The court records specifically state there was no mention of criminal charges.
  4. Keep 82 games but start two weeks earlier.
  5. Some interesting info from the notoriously secretive Netflix (courtesy of Latino Review): "While you might not expect popular parodies to stir laughs bright and early, around 6AM members are 34% more likely to watch comedy compared to the rest of the day... Drama accounts for nearly half (47%) of viewing between noon and 2PM... Thrillers like The Walking Dead, Stranger Things and Breaking Bad are being enjoyed in the evening - globally the genre sees a 27% increase come 9PM. Globally, 15% of streaming happens between midnight and 6AM and even rises as high as 21% in Japan and South Korea. documentaries see a 24% increase in viewing during this time."
  6. Trump made a very key distinction this week..he said there was no collusion between himself or his campaign with the Russians, then qualified that by saying he could only speak for himself. So lesson to anyone on Team Trump - you WILL be thrown under the bus to save the President if need be. Keep those notes, emails, texts and everything else you have. EDIT: I could see an investigation determining that Trump associates colluded with Russia but there was no direct evidence Trump knew about it or directed it. BUT, Trump's efforts to obstruct the investigation after the fact will be what brings him down. Its not the crime, its the cover up.
  7. I dont think that's fair. If the job of the police is to run into life and death situations on a continually basis, how much pay is too much? Shouldn't they be paid $1 million? But that's the the life of a police officer. As others have pointed out, it can be a very mundane thing with lots of tasks more suited to a clerk. No one is criticizing the bravery or heroism of police, many of whom are just that - brave and heroic. However, the idea of paying those people a salary commiserate with the most dangerous task they have is simply not sustainable. And while brave and heroic are commendable traits, for most officers, you dont need to be a genius. That was the original point. You could be an average student, graduate high school and become a police officer making $100,000 after 5 years. We're not talking astronauts where I imagine many aspects of the job are very mundane and boring but also have instances of extreme danger...and you also have to be a genius (give or take). Again, no one is critical of the bravery of police officers. And keep in mind, as those young people were running from the scene, dont pretend that the only people running in to help were officers, medics and fire fighters. Many brave and heroic people ALWAYS step up in times like that to help others...and they dont do it because they're paid to.
  8. Yes, ISIS often takes credit for things they arent directly involved in. A reasonable theory is its someone sympathetic to their cause though. So really, same difference. There was chatter that someone posted on twitter the night before that he was going to do it and then the twitter account was suspended.
  9. Just awful Manchester, England (CNN)At least 22 people, including children, have been killed in a blast at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, in the deadliest terror attack on British soil since the 2005 London bombings. A powerful explosion shook part of the cavernous Manchester Arena late Monday as concertgoers streamed out following the American pop star's last song. ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack but offered no evidence to support its claim.
  10. Its always nice to have fully healthy teams in the Cup but how often does that happen? But this shows depth, good coaching, an ability by certain players to rise above adversity. Oh and goaltending. Great great goaltending.
  11. If it was one instance, perhaps they say 'yeah he shouldnt have done it but he didnt know better'. Multiple people being leaned on? That's clear obstruction, a pattern of obstruction. He's toast. Now, will enough Republican's sell their soul to block impeachment?
  12. There were rumors of big re-shoots which they have set is not true. But they do say there are "new" scenes but not new characters being added EDIT: LRM reported earlier today that Zack Snyder is stepping down as director of Justice League in order to take care of family issues relating to his daughter tragically committing suicide. According to our earlier article, Snyder had watched an early cut of the movie and decided the movie needed some extra scenes. With Joss Whedon on board the new Batgirl movie, he utilized Whedon to write the new scenes and ultimately helm the direction of what he wrote
  13. awful
  14. Snyder takes leave from Justice League due to family tragedy. Wedon on board to complete it.