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  2. abdcskins

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Lakers gave up absolutely way too much for Davis. They will get the 4th seed in the west next year and lose in the conference semifinals. Book it.
  3. Destino

    Some More Cops Who Need to Be Fired

    Prison guards shouldn’t treat inmates that way. It’s unconscionable for police to behave that way, especially knowing that any misstep on the part of the people they are intentionally terrifying could justify police shooting them. They are ramping up the stress and fear, which could at any point trigger an essentially involuntary panic response from anyone involved. That was a family with children present for crying out loud. Disgrace is right.
  4. Mr. Sinister

    Xbox One Vs Ps4

    I literally give up. Gonna respec and play this **** like Kratos.... just go ham on everyone. Game seriously hates you if you try to play like an assassin
  5. Dr. Do Itch Big

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Charge your phone. That **** irritates me
  6. Mr. Sinister

    Random Thought Thread

    Dude stole something from the Safeway I came out of a bit ago. It felt awkward because : 1.) It was near closing and I was dashing in and saw him chilling off in the side area, which I thought was strange, given the time (not like it was around noon, there was like 15 minutes left 2.) Guy at the register was eyeing him when I came up with my groceries at closing, but ultimately let him walk right out, "Because I didnt want to be an ass and rush to judgment" (cashier is white, and thief was black, and on top of it, looked like he came out of a time machine from an Xzibit/Knockturnal music video from like'02, with a du rag, jersey and bball shorts. 3.) This is Damascus, probably the whitest area I've ever lived in. That picture just felt like gasoline to every big time stereotype there is. Can't imagine how that wouldve gone down during the daytime. 4.) Definitely not top flight security...In fact, i'm not even sure they had any to speak of. 5.) I hope that guy doesnt get fired, and becomes some alt right Falling Down looking ass dude, all "because of that one time I decided to think minorites werent evil!"
  7. Mr. Sinister

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Unless, you just got dishonorably discharged from 'Nam, im gonna go no mas
  8. Dont Taze Me Bro

    Random Thought Thread

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  9. stevemcqueen1

    The Official Washington Wizards Thread: The JOHN WALL ERA

    What would the third overall pick be worth to New Orleans, a team that suddenly finds themselves ****ing FLUSH with draft capital? Reason I ask, is because trading Beal to the Knicks for #3 and a haul suddenly seems like the kind of move that could cascade into a mega-haul if you make a secondary deal with New Orleans. Beal is one of the best isolation scorers in the league and thus I don't think people realize he has very little impact on wins and losses. His trade value is probably higher than his real value. Especially for a team that's trying to form up a super team by luring free agents, like say, the Knicks. New York could get desperate to lure Kemba or Kyrie or Kawhi, and they could feel that making a big trade for Beal is how they convince them to sign. Then you turn around and suss out New Orleans's interest in doing a pick swap for RJ Barrett and try and pry extra assets out of them. Some of those future unprotecteds and swaps are mighty appealing.
  10. Momma There Goes That Man

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Pelicans got a good deal for an unhappy superstar that basically named two teams he wanted and limited their trade options. Lakers also had to make a move. It works for both teams. Lebron doesn’t have to carry the load with AD and a potential 3rd star coming so it extends his life a bit. He can take his foot off the gas a bit during the season. New Orleans is going to be a lot of fun. I can’t wait to see Zion develop with this group. And it really doesn’t get said enough but **** lavar ball. Also, respect for Lonzo for rocking that facial hair. That’s exactly how my “beard” looks. Can’t grow anything around the mouth so end up with these weird looking chops. Which is why I don’t have a beard. I guess growing up with lavar for a dad you learn to have no shame at an early age
  11. Mr. Sinister

    Random Thought Thread

  12. Mr. Sinister

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Pel's summer league is gonna be big time entertainment. Assuming they also find a way to get Barrett, they have the potential to be top notch defensively.
  13. To be fair to @volsmet, he does use Poo-Pourri so technically his **** really doesn't stink.
  14. Renegade7

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    It'll be a while before Lakers have that kind of ammo for another trade. Can see them turning into a mercenary team with a bunch of ring chasers because they won't be able to draft their depth. I'm sure some analyst for the mothership is going bring up Kobe coming back to start some ****, there's no way I can see Kobe and LeBron's egos co-existing together.
  15. Cooked Crack

    ***2019-2020 NBA Offseason Thread***

    Pelicans gonna be eating.
  16. China

    Uplifting Stories Thread

    This man scours thrift stores and basements for wheelchairs and crutches. Then he gives them to the needy. Mohan Sudabattula was 10 years old when his parents took him on a trip from their home in Utah to their family’s ancestral village in India in 2006. Along with visiting family and historic landmarks, Sudabattula's mother took him to an orphanage and school for disabled children. She thought it was important for him to see it. Sudabattula, now 23, vividly remembers that some of the children were missing limbs, and used old lawn chairs with bicycle tires attached as wheelchairs. “But most of them were still laughing and smiling and happy to meet us,” said Sudabattula, who was born in the United States. After returning home to West Jordan, Utah, where his parents had immigrated three decades ago, Sudabattula often thought about the cheerful children in those lawn chairs. “It always stayed with me — they didn’t even have a proper wheelchair,” he said. So in 2016, when he came up with an idea to help people in wheelchairs — not only poor people in India, but those in his own suburban hometown — he went all in. Sudabattula was a triple major at the University of Utah (health policy, biology and philosophy) and a volunteer measuring disabled children for prosthetics at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Salt Lake City. He noticed that the children frequently removed their prosthetics because they weren’t comfortable, and they also quickly outgrew them. “Their parents would bring the prosthetics back, and the protocol was for us to throw them away,” he said. That seemed wasteful to Sudabattula as he recalled the makeshift wheelchairs in India. The unwanted prosthetics from Shriners couldn’t be reused because they were each designed to fit only one child. But the throwaway devices got Sudabattula thinking: What other mobility equipment could be rescued from dusty attics and basements, cleaned up and given to somebody in need? "I knew that something as simple as a pair of crutches would change a person's life,” he said. After doing some research, Sudabattula created Project Embrace from his dorm room — a nonprofit that collects gently used wheelchairs, walkers, canes, crutches, slings, orthotic shoes and braces and redistributes them to disabled children and adults who can’t afford them. Since July 2017, he estimates that Project Embrace has collected, cleaned and given away about 500 pieces of used mobility equipment to low-income people in Utah and to organizations that help the disabled in India and Swaziland. Click on the link for the full article
  17. China

    Random Thought Thread

    Here's a random story for you: Dad of girl ‘excluded’ for ear piercing that ‘stops migraines’ glues himself to school
  18. Cuba Gooding Jr. to Turn Himself in to NYPD for Allegedly Groping a Woman at a Bar Cuba Gooding Jr., best remembered of late for portraying and partying like O.J. Simpson, will surrender to the NYPD on Thursday, following allegations that he groped a woman over the weekend. NBC News reports Gooding’s rep confirmed the actor will be turning himself in to the department’s sex crimes unit less than a week after the incident. According to Page Six, Gooding is accused of grabbing a woman’s breast at around 9 p.m. Sunday at the Magic Hour Rooftop Bar in Midtown Manhattan. The two had been socializing and drinking; sources told the outlet Gooding was “highly intoxicated” at the time. The two got into an argument after the woman objected to being touched by Gooding, which led to security being called. Gooding left soon after the incident; the woman called 911 a few hours later. Gooding has drawn concern in the past for his hard partying. As USA Today notes, the Oscar-winning actor was criticized on social media for lifting up the skirt of American Crime Story co-star Sarah Paulson on stage at PaleyFest in March 2017. A few months prior, images of Gooding partying hard in Miami splashed across Al Gore’s internet, with witnesses at the time telling Page Six he was “a mess” and “beyond frisky with girls.”
  19. 1- that’s terrible. I hope they find who is doing this and lock them up forever before more people get hurt. 2- stop supporting drug cartels by buying cocaine. Supporting what is essentially terrorism whereever these cartels exist, just to have a good time, is a ****ty choice.
  20. They get 80% of the embryonic stem cells. 20% goes to Melania in hopes she can keep Trump from grabbing strangers by the ****.
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