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  1. I think all this just leads Pelosi to call for impeachment to make it look like a political wash. The average American who's more concerned about who will win reality voice competitions will just make it look like typical Democrat/Republican fighting for political gain.
  2. Nevada may be next to pledge their EC votes to whoever wins the national popular vote. https://www.npr.org/2019/05/22/725616541/nevada-poised-to-become-15th-state-to-ditch-electoral-college
  3. My guess is there's going to be a Tua/Herbert/Fromm debate next year like there were with the four QB's in 2018. My guess is the Raiders, Bengals, Bucs, and Dolphins will all be potential suitors. Maybe the Chargers, Saints, or Patriots (god help us) trade up. I'm still laughing at the Giants btw. The WR class next year has the potential to be as highly touted as the '14 class so if we don't have a good year we'll be able to get Allen a true #1 WR next draft.
  4. Seems he can as everything that played out worked to his advantage. The Night King was defeated and he became King of the Six Kingdoms. Even though he just looked like he was sitting there being useless. It can be argued that Bran knew Jon would tell them if he said "It's up to you" giving him the illusion of choice. Again, we'll never know because of the crappy writing and rushed pace.
  5. I'd assume we'd have to agree to a contract extention in principal with his agent in order for the deal to happen. Clowney, Oliver, Star/Phillips, and Hughes on the d-line would be our strongest lineup since Mario, K. Williams, Dareus, and Hughes. I agree that Beane thinks both draft picks and a HUGE contract would be too much for one player.
  6. I'd prefer them go to cities that will never get a Superbowl but have a diehard fan base.
  7. What I got out of the article is that he's making the argument about the ambiguity of what constitutes "a serious health risk" is in the law. Could doctors in Alabama be prosecuted if they perform abortions citing a serious health risk and that judgment later being challenged in court? It's a legitimate question.
  8. It all mattered even though the show almost seemed to purposefully try to show it didn't. -Dany doesn't torch the city of Jon doesn't find out about his Targaryen bloodline. -Without the Night King's prowess the Wildling population isn't nearly wiped out, the three eyed raven doesn't die, the children of the forest don't die, Hodor doesn't die, Jon isn't killed in a mutiny to be later ressurrected, the Stark's likely lose Battle of the Bastards without the Wildlings leaving Ramsey as the Warden of the North, Dany's dragon doesn't die, a lot of the secondary characters don't die, and Arya's training doesn't pay off. -As far as Bran being king, the show could've made a convincing case that Bran's goal was to rule Westeros all along. He obviously can see into the future knowing Arya would kill the Night King and his "Why did you think I came all this way?" quote when being offered the iron throne. He made sure Jon knew about his true lineage causing the chain of events that caused Jon stabbing Dany causing him to be exiled up North (taking out the two people with the best claim to the throne). Bran said he didn't want to be king of Winterfell suggesting to Tyrion he'd be the right choice to take the Iron Throne. Competent writers would've made sure the audience knew he didn't simply luck out to claim the ultimate prize.
  9. I trust this regime when it comes to defense. I think he has three good years left in him but it's obviously a risk giving him all that guaranteed money. Let's hope he keeps performing at this level.
  10. Martin said no actor on the GOT series besides the the Night King actor is coming back. A new cast, directors, WRITERS, etc... is the best way to go as you want it to feel fresh.
  11. PFF people are such nerds. I just go to the youtube highlights and see the PANCAKES!!!!
  12. Yeah, how do you follow Robbin Williams? I hate Disney remaking these classic animated films to make a quick buck. I cringe at Aladdin and The Lion King. Toy Story 4 on the other had. Can't wait. I haven't bothered with the John Wick movies yet. Are they that much different from series like Taken or The Equalizer to be worth the time?
  13. Pretty good guess... Now that ‘Game of Thrones’ is ending, here’s what you need to know about the new prequel series When does the prequel take place? According to HBO, and Martin’s personal blog, the events of the prequel show will take place near the end of the Age of Heroes, which was anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 years before the events of the current “Game of Thrones” series (even Martin says he’s not sure of the exact timeline). The series will include a period referred to in Martin’s books as The Long Night (hence his nickname for the prequel), which in Westeros mythology was when humans first defeated the White Walkers and built The Wall, the massive glacial structure along the northern border of the Seven Kingdoms. Where does it take place? Just like “Game of Thrones,” the prequel will also take place in the fictional land of Westeros. But because the prequel will be set “thousands of years” before the events of the current series, Martin has warned fans they might not recognize the setting. “Westeros is a very different place. There’s no King’s Landing. There’s no Iron Throne. There are no Targaryens — Valyria has hardly begun to rise yet with its dragons and the great empire that it built,” Martin told Entertainment Weekly in November. “We’re dealing with a different and older world and hopefully that will be part of the fun of the series.” What will it cover? HBO isn’t saying much, but the network did release this summary: “Taking place thousands of years before the events of Game of Thrones, the series chronicles the world’s descent from the golden Age of Heroes into its darkest hour. From the horrifying secrets of Westeros’s history to the true origin of the White Walkers, the mysteries of the East to the Starks of legend, only one thing is for sure: It’s not the story we think we know.” But even that short description does offer some important hints as to what the new series will cover. For instance, viewers should finally get to see exactly how the White Walkers first started building the army of the undead that would eventually march south and attack Winterfell in the final season of “Game of Thrones.”
  14. Is that a record for a subscription network show? After delayed viewing it will pry be around 50 million people.
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