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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
just turned to AZ/Rams.  stanton just threw the ball right to the rams defender before the end of the half. 

anyone know what happened to palmer?

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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
 carolina's best defender (by far) is out and fox decides to kick a field goal on the 1/2 yard line.  this team is scoring by trick plays and defense.  this was their best chance to score an offensive TD so and fox goes conservative.  the division is wide open now.  it almost cost them.

also love how benjamin made that sweet catch and then just stood there admiring himself while the clock runs out. 


undermysac, it was the receiver's fault but it seemed odd to run a double option that called for such a long pitch in wet weather when they were moving it so well with their passing game. 

that second turnover was a combination of great coverage and a terrible decision by newton.


kvs 

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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by benhogan76:
had windy8899 in that post but as usual this place is running like shat for me.






the bears are playing good defense.  if they do cover this one, it'll amazing how they'll be 3-0 ats since trubisky came in and they've basically been able to hide trubisky for the most part.  that won't last. 

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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by Windy8899:
I did not bet on this game but I hope you IDIOTS know that they play 4 quarters. The Bears lead the first half and Carolina can still win and cover. Always an idiot on the forum every single day.


dumb*ss, my post had nothing to do with who will win or cover this game.  i didn't bet on it.  my post had to do with what's happening in the game and carolina coaching, which is why it's titled "carolina coaching" and my posts only discuss what is happening in the game.

i don't post in the nfl forum much.  is there a way to mute idiots?

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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
terrible pass by newton and the bears get another non-offensive TD.  the bears are going to cover every game and trubisky is going to have 3 td's this season..

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NFL Betting > Carolina coaching > View Post
they can't run and they are getting whatever they want by passing so they cann some type of double option which requires newton to pitch the ball like ten yards in the wet weather.

they fumble and chicago runs it back for a TD.

this carolina coaching staff.  

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Movies & Television > Berlin Station 2nd season on EPIX > View Post
i have direct tv.  i might even have this channel.  directv is garbage but they do have the nfl network so i've had them for a while.



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Movies & Television > Berlin Station 2nd season on EPIX > View Post
i wanted to watch this.  but what the f*ck is epix and where do i find it?

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NFL Betting > where is pass rush > View Post
why does KC refuse to [pressure carr?

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NFL Betting > where is pass rush > View Post
instead they did the opposite. 3 man rush which should have been an easy td.  not sure what the hell KC is doing. 

they really need to call timeouts to set up a defense where they don't pressure carr and leave a WR open?

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NFL Betting > where is pass rush > View Post
haven't blitzed all night.  might be a god time to do it here. 

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NFL Betting > Week 7 2nd half funtime > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by Lippsman:

I really don't think Lynch would move a line.  Just seems a waste. 



lynch is not a difference maker.  he's a guy the announcers love to talk about because announcer are largely useless. 

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General Discussion > Chris Long > View Post



http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/eagles/philadelphia-eagles-chris-long-donating-game-checks-educational-organizations-charity-20171018.html

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NFL Betting > No question who the best QB is in the league > View Post
i don't think there has been for a while.  rodgers has been the best Qb in the league for years.  i don't know that it's really all that close.

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NFL Betting > If I had New England I wanted Folk to make that > View Post
this was 5.5 or more most of the week but i know it came down to 3.5 before kickoff.  but i imagine most people with NE got backdoored.

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NFL Betting > If I had New England I wanted Folk to make that > View Post
that was such a dumb timeout.  gave NE the opportunity to take a shot with a pass.  i'm not sure NE was ready for that because that wasn't much of a play. 

teams just don't look prepared on these thursday night games.  most of these games are sh*t.

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NFL Betting > If I had New England I wanted Folk to make that > View Post
why call timeout at 2:03?  brady should throw it here. 

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NFL Betting > If I had New England I wanted Folk to make that > View Post
there it is.  NE up 9 plays pretty soft on that drive.  ironic that folk is so bad, he killed the NE cover.

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NFL Betting > If I had New England I wanted Folk to make that > View Post
that backdoor cover is looming 

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NFL Betting > Lmao all of a sudden pats have a defense lol > View Post
i don't know.  he is good with some routes and horrible with others.  but overall, he's pretty bad against many defenses.  no QB should be this bad with evans and jackson. 

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NFL Betting > Lmao all of a sudden pats have a defense lol > View Post
patriots don't suddenly have a defense.  they have a good gameplan for this one and winston can't hit a receiver to save his life.  if he could, Tb easily could be winning this game.

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by I_Need_A_Detox:
Since January, over 2,100 people have been shot in Chicago and they have had over 3,000 shooting incidents. 

What percent of the 3,000 incidents are the result of a legal firearm?

0% would be a better guess than 10%. 


i'm not sure what legal firearm means but where the person bought the gun isn't necessarily relevant to whether the person legally had a right to have it. 

the only way i can think of to truly know is to see if the person who committed the crime of violence was also charged and convicted of illegally possessing the gun. 

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
they clearly have serious issues. 

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
The statistics show that the overwhelming majority of gun crime comes from people in illegal possession of a firearm.

i didn't see anything in that article that even remotely indicated that nor is it anywhere near consistent with the cases i've seen. 



as to your other comment, the fbi recently released murder rate data.  chicago isn't near the top 10 but baltimore is #2.

http://rapidcityjournal.com/news/national/the-cities-with-the-highest-murder-rates-in-the-us/collection_0e7dd367-2f62-5822-b849-97f4e9a43e3d.html#30

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
ok, he's saying this:  "Isn't it true that only like 3 percent of murders and crimes are
committed with guns from people who actually purchase those guns?"   that can't even be close to true. 

maybe he meant only 3% of guns used in crimes was purchased 1) by the person who committed the crime and 2) in an actual gun store with a background check.  the article goes on to say that nothing even resembling a reasonable study with a proper sample size was done to verify this.  i suppose it's possible that number is very low.  i'm not sure how anyone would know without doing a massive survey of people who have committed gun crimes.  

but regardless, there's a huge difference between saying someone is illegally possessing a firearm versus saying someone didn't buy it at a store or gun show.

for the most part, there's only one type of person who illegally possesses a firearm.  that is someone who is a convicted felon.  there are a few other things about a person that can make it illegal to have a gun but those rarely come up.  the possession of a firearm by a convicted felon charge is not uncommon.

but, people can legally buy guns without going to a gun store or a show- person to person gun sales happen all of the time and are legal as are gifts of firearms, internet sales and pawn shops.  all of those would come within that 97% figure and are perfectly legal ways for people to buy and possess firearms. 

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by I_Need_A_Detox:
97% of gun crime comes from people in illegal possession of a firearm. It makes sense to me to go after the 97% instead of the 3%. 




where in the world did that stat come from?  that's not even in the ballpark of my experience with gun violence and gun cases.

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by I_Need_A_Detox:
What new regulations do you support? 



i don't know.  i don't really think about it.  figuring out new regulations really have nothing to do with my job.  we just deal with what's already on the books. 

the only somewhat new laws that i can think of was when they enacted the hate crimes when that was popular.  maybe helpful in a very narrow set of circumstances but overall pretty unnecessary and useless as far as i'm concerned but politicians like to pretend like they are accomplishing something. 

but if someone mentions a proposal, i can say whether i think it would affect violence one way or another.  i've seen enough cases of gun violence over the years that i think i have a pretty good handle over how and under what circumstances it usually happens, although people seem to always find new ways to do stupid garbage. 

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
ok, i have to go and not sure when i'll be back.

i have f*cking jury duty tomorrow. but CDS will do his civic duty just like everyone else. 

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by I_Need_A_Detox:
You seem to be stretching the imagination to provide examples of why mandatory minimums are a bad idea. 

Do you think tougher gun regulations are a good idea? 





i'm not stretching anything.  i'm giving you actual cases we have handled to show how bad of an idea minimum mandatory penalties are.  what's better than real life examples.  and there are many more.   

as for whether new or different regulations are a good idea, i guess it depends on the particular regulation.

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Politics > The Party of Family Values is set to vote on gun silencers this week > View Post
QUOTE Originally Posted by I_Need_A_Detox:
Not very bright to be a convicted felon and an antique rifle collector. In fact, it's one of the dumbest things I've ever heard of. 


maybe but the point is, he doesn't deserve to go to prison for 3 or more years for it.  that's what mandatory minimum sentences do.  the guy who got a felony weed charge in the 70's who has antique rifles that won't shoot gets a long prison sentence just like the guy with multiple crack dealing felony convictions who carries a handgun around with him all day to protect his turf. 
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