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Brad_ATX last won the day on August 29 2017

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  1. Tell that to Nick Saban. Ya know, the guy with six national title rings.
  2. Always a complaint I've had with Gus. Let your backups run the whole damn offense. It's the other team's job to stop us. Get these guys real, live reps so they're ready to go when called upon.
  3. The same Jimbo that gave us the game last year with terrible coaching decisions in the last five minutes?
  4. I think you're right. There's nothing about the Aggies that scares me at all. Same for Florida. Have a sneaky suspicion we'll be 7-0 heading to Death Valley.
  5. Make you a deal. When freaking NASA backs off of it, I will too.
  6. LOL! Dude, I have a Master's Degree and had offers to get my Doctorate for free before deciding to go into the private sector. I'm gonna bet that I'm the only one of the two of us who has papers that have been accepted to conferences and published. I know what the process is and understand it quite well. And yes, I believe the 97% number because I believe in the academic community and their pursuits. Science denying dumb-asses make up a large number, but the professionals who MAKE THIS THEIR F'ING JOB are in overwhelming agreement. But please, keep perpetuating myths in the name of politics. The movie "Idiocracy" becomes more accurate every damn day. Soon you guys will be arguing that Mondo is what plants crave.
  7. 97% of the scientific community is in agreement. If 97% of doctors you went to you and said stop doing something right now for the sake of your own health, you would probably listen. As for Time, that isn't a peer reviewed journal. Those scientists you named are not barred from there. But when peer reviewed studies are in 97% agreement, you need to listen. That's how scientific research works. Publish findings and let others in the community try to replicate, debunk, or build off of those findings.
  8. I was so pissed about that. But I will say DirecTV hooked me up with some sweet discounts because of it. End of the day, I'm not leaving them. They are the only place the offers NFL Sunday Ticket and I use the hell out of that.
  9. And yet we allow folks who think they know better than freaking scientists to patrol this board and spew off nonsense.
  10. So in other words no, you don't know a damn thing about the context and chose to spout off anyway.
  11. There is only one right and proper video tribute to that majestic evening.
  12. Except Time isn't wrong here. This is from NASA. Please note this key line: Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree*: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities.
  13. Arguably both, but context doesn't necessarily mean that one is "overlooking the positive things done or said". Sometimes context makes a comment worse.
  14. Do you even know the context or are you just spouting off without the facts? Notice how no one on the right has applauded her for being harsh on certain Muslim countries with terrible human rights records in that same speech? There's a reason for that. People love to yell and shake their fists while remaining blissfully ignorant of actual facts.
  15. The NCAA as an organization makes nothing off of FBS football. The largest revenue driver, by far, for the NCAA is the men's hoops tournament. The schools and conferences keep money from football.