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  1. GoBills808

    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    That'd be Ricky Seals-Jones, who got hurt last night I think. He might be Clay's equal at this point in their careers.
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    Canada celebrates legalization day

    The medicinal value will far outweigh any perceived loss of productivity due to legalization imo.
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    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    The difference (to me at least) is that there's a very reasonable explanation as to why someone might be an 'Allen supporter' on this particular messageboard, whereas I don't see why anyone would extend Rosen the benefit of the doubt while being so negative on Allen.
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    Canada celebrates legalization day

    I used to smoke too Ex, don't anymore but back in my highschool/college days I was big into it. Also ended up valedictorian and graduated college w/honors. Not an unusual phenomenon by any stretch. It's a dependency problem inasmuch as any substance has the potential to be, but I'd argue less so w/ cannabis. It's also stigmatized by pharma and tobacco lobbies who have a lot to gain by keeping a plant on Schedule 1 alongside heroin and bath salts, while cocaine and methamphetamines get Schedule 2 classification along w/ fentanyl and oxycodone. And these are theoretically listed in order of dependency and potential for abuse. It's absolute lunacy.
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    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    Yep case in point.
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    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    The 'celebrating Rosen's failure' is as much a nudge to everyone who's so quick to label Allen busto as it is a comparison of the two. Can't speak for everyone, but I'm just highlighting the dichotomy between responses to bad performances; Rosen's afforded the appropriate (in my mind) amount of leeway, Allen is most definitively not. I don't see any harm in pointing that out.
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    Grandma charged after baby found stabbed inside oven!

    I'd argue that women in the workforce didn't have much to do with wage suppression; their en masse entrance during the first and second world wars was due to a labor shortage, and the subsequent economic uptick following wartime production left plenty of jobs (and wages) to go around. Real worker compensation stagnation didn't truly occur until the mid-1970s for a multitude of factors, one in feminism you've correctly identified: And yes, secondary education costs are absolutely a factor in delaying men and women from having families, as are increases in costs of living across the board in general. When taking into account the inverse relationship between a woman's age in having children and her level of education (true for countries worldwide, not only the US) it's not hard to see people are having children later in life...and we're not even considering factors like increased life expectancy, IVF and other artificial reproductive tech, the advent of the pill, etc.
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    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    Yuuuuuck
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    The Rosen Era Has Begun in Arizona

    Same
  10. I’m not going to pretend to know whose offensive line is worse between Buffalo and Arizona, but Rosen hasn’t been protected any more poorly tonight than Allen has been.
  11. He called Allen's game against the Chargers 'brutally bad' where the kid went 18/35 for 245 1TD/2INT. Didn't look horrible either. Now, in a game where Rosen's thrown for 60 yards and 2 TDs to the opposition in one half of football, he's tweeting about how 'rookies gonna look like rookies'. Guy's a clown.
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