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HurricaneKid"They"? Did you just rope all Muslims into one group? You realize that's >1.5B people right?

I roped the most numerous and the most influental, I don't give a fuck about the minority of muslims who keep their religion to themselves and respect the laws of the land and integrate well. They are under threat as well, they often flee to the west,? only to find out the west caving in to the radicals as well.

You are literally condemning >1B people you have never met, have no idea how they live their lives because people with a vested interest in their failure tell you things about them? So its not even worth listening to them try to explain their views? Do you have ANY idea how ignorant that sounds?

You sound so ridiculously naive, your whole post is literally a string of liberal cliches. You're not really worth talking to, is what I'm saying. I don't know about you, but no one tells me anything, I can make up my mind quite by myself.

Btw, I've never discriminated against, or attacked the faggots in any way in my life (aside from abjecting to homosexuals adopting children - that would be the only 'discrimination' on my part, I guess), but don't let me spoil your fun Chairman Meow, heaven knows you need your RT-OT affirmation. You're the star here!


Now that I know you don't have the intellectual integrity of my morning bowel movement feel free not to. I wouldn't bother to read it anyways.

And if you think the highlighted sentence is even remotely plausible you are quite possibly dumber than my morning movement as well. After an all you can eat dinner at Chipotle. One where the employees don't wash their hands.
Oct 20, 2017 9:47 PM
I'm kind of sick of my keepers. I'd like to trade KD and especially Deandre Jordan (who is currently leading the NBA in FT%). If anyone wants to shake things up please feel free to make an offer. Please keep in mind these are my keepers and I would be looking for keepers back.
Oct 20, 2017 5:46 PM
boozeI've forgotten how it works. Let's say a definite keeper, like a Durant or Curry goes down with a season-ending injury. Does the fantasy owner have to keep him on IR until the trade deadline before he can drop him and still have his services for next year?

I think this is how we have done it in the past though I would certainly be open to changing it. Pretty punitive to take away a keeper AND the IR spot.
Oct 20, 2017 2:42 PM
Meow
wirthling
The Sitting Bullshomosexuals and other sexual deviances?

Why is anybody responding to this human sewage?

Muslims don't like faggots, and I don't either, but their intolerance marks them unfit for our secular culture. My hatred of faggots is based on a misunderstanding the entire concept of biology, it's completely different.

You are my favorite poster. Just thought you should know.
Oct 20, 2017 2:34 PM
The Sitting Bulls
HurricaneKid
The Sitting Bulls
Paquito
The Sitting BullsYou see guys, if Muslims were to become secular and westernised, Islam would be just lovely - much better than Christianity (just ignore the parts about cutting the heads off and conquering the Kafirs). And they would turn secular and totally liberal, too, honest to God -- they've got an indie rock band already-- it's just that whitey's been keeping them down.

One of the points, sailing far over your head, is that LGBT friendly versions of Islam aren't "secular", any more than LGBT friendly Christian denominations are secular.

You dumb fuck, I see why all the posters here shit on you all the time. Where the fuck are these LGBT friendly versions practised and how many adherents do they have, and why the fuck should I care about such peripheral stuff when they constantly propagate non-integration in western countries, disrispect for non-muslims and state institutions, and in the end death to the infidels and conquering of the impure Kafir's land in the name of Allah. Yeah, fucking LGBT rights is the first thing to come to mind when dealing with muslims. Jesus fucking Christ.

"They"? Did you just rope all Muslims into one group? You realize that's >1.5B people right?

I roped the most numerous and the most influental, I don't give a fuck about the minority of muslims who keep their religion to themselves and respect the laws of the land and integrate well. They are under threat as well, they often flee to the west,? only to find out the west caving in to the radicals as well.

You are literally condemning >1B people you have never met, have no idea how they live their lives because people with a vested interest in their failure tell you things about them? So its not even worth listening to them try to explain their views? Do you have ANY idea how ignorant that sounds?
Oct 20, 2017 2:32 PM
Paris the GoatPatrick Beverley seems a little...intense.


He seemed to take joy in baptizing the young fella last night.

I don't know that I see it with Ball. Maybe in a more wide open game like with the Nets or Suns. But if LBJ and PG are going to go there next year he may very well not be there.
Oct 20, 2017 1:52 PM
The Sitting Bulls
Paquito
The Sitting BullsYou see guys, if Muslims were to become secular and westernised, Islam would be just lovely - much better than Christianity (just ignore the parts about cutting the heads off and conquering the Kafirs). And they would turn secular and totally liberal, too, honest to God -- they've got an indie rock band already-- it's just that whitey's been keeping them down.

One of the points, sailing far over your head, is that LGBT friendly versions of Islam aren't "secular", any more than LGBT friendly Christian denominations are secular.

You dumb fuck, I see why all the posters here shit on you all the time. Where the fuck are these LGBT friendly versions practised and how many adherents do they have, and why the fuck should I care about such peripheral stuff when they constantly propagate non-integration in western countries, disrispect for non-muslims and state institutions, and in the end death to the infidels and conquering of the impure Kafir's land in the name of Allah. Yeah, fucking LGBT rights is the first thing to come to mind when dealing with muslims. Jesus fucking Christ.

"They"? Did you just rope all Muslims into one group? You realize that's >1.5B people right?
Oct 20, 2017 1:49 PM
Esoteric Allusionhttp://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2017/10/19/trump_put_chad_on_the_travel_ban_because_of_passport_paper.html

What the fuck? We caused an international incident because Chad ran out of passport paper?

Maddow did a piece on this yesterday. Within a week of when we put them on the travel ban Chad pulled back from their fight with Boko Haram, which they had taken outside the boundaries of their country (largely into Niger). Chad is by far the best equipped to fight them and because of our treatment of them (i.e. travel ban) they effectively stopped their war with the Muslim extremist terror organization. It was under these conditions, with an emboldened Boko Haram, that the 4 Americans were killed (the ones where Trump called the grieving family to inform them that their son knew the risks). Now the last connection is a little shaky, but there is no question that Chad was our best ally in the war against Boko Haram, an organization that has more than a loose connection to Isis. So to make decisions like this based on paper running out is pretty absurd.
Oct 20, 2017 1:45 PM
HoboJoe
HurricaneKid
Moses
PaulsonJaylen Brown looks really good on both sides of the ball. That was a nice get for Boston.

I was half serious last night when I suggested there is a silver lining for Boston as Hayward's injury means more minutes for both Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Those are two very promising talents on the wing for both ends of the court. Jaylen Brown was already going to play a ton because he's so far ahead defensively for his age. I would love to see those two at the wings with Hayward at the four. With Kyrie and Al Horford, there's a lot of versatility and promise in Boston. They still need a bruising shot-blocker that they can bring in over Marcus Morris, but they potentially have most of the pieces.

Tatum is going to be a 4 when he matures. He is a ways off. Brown is too, though his upside is tantalizing; he has had a great start to the season and he jumps off the screen but he fouled out, could have had at least a few more and literally has the worst left I have ever seen for a major contributor. Of course, this means he has even more upside as there is plenty of room for growth.
The Bucks front court has long been accused of being soft. But they absolutely bullied Boston last night. Kyrie might have looked good on Sportscenter on a handful of plays but he was flat out killed by Brogdon and bullied by Delly. Shooting 28% and not getting to the line is enormously problematic and his playmaking was worse than many have thought possible. Defensively they were routinely beaten and resorted to?retreating to the lane. They gave up a ton of wide open 3s that Milwaukee missed at a pretty alarming rate; other teams won't. Smart is going to be impacted by the rule changes more than any player in the league as officials refused to give him calls for throwing his body into people. And his shot selection is as bad as imaginable.
I always thought the Celtics chances were massively overstated this year. The trade that was made was meant to reshape their window for 4-6 years from now with decent seasons up until then. Expecting Tatum and Brown, aged 19 and 20, to be massive contributors/starters for a team that expected to get to the ECF never made sense to me.

Brown fouled out on an awful call, the replay of which clearly showed Giannis grabbing Brown's jersey before the entry pass. It's also, you know, two games into the season on the second night of a back to back, both of which Boston lead or had tied in the final minutes, just after which they lost arguably their best all around player after a horrific injury. Let's check in again in December.

Not sure where you got massive expectations for Boston or Tatum/Brown from. I'll certainly agree that the opening over/under of 56.5 was high, and I'll agree that Boston had nothing more than a puncher's chance to beat Cleveland and zero shot to beat Golden State. Unless you think 'massive expectations' means being better than Washington, Toronto, and Milwaukee, in which case I don't know what to tell you.

Brown was supposed to be a three and D guy, and Tatum was supposed to be a bench scorer with a possibility of being the 5th starter by March. Brown averaging 21.5 and Tatum 11/9.5 in their first two games is way, way ahead of where any reasonable person expected. But again, two days into the season.


Were you listening to Heinsohn? I have no other explanation...If so, I'm so sorry...

Your defense of that clear foul was that they should have called Giannis for gaining?post position? Is that a call you see made a lot?

The Celtics O/U was 56.5. I told you months ago I was planning on loading up on that. A few IRL things wrecked that but I've been trying to tell anyone that would listen that this team is still years away. They have a core piece of their team that is 18-19 and not in the league?right now.
Oct 19, 2017 9:37 PM
chunkyloverGod has punished Jeremy Lin for his cultural appropriation.

Everything turning up Cleveland: Biggest competition loses their best player, Nets draft pick increases value massively.
Oct 19, 2017 5:10 PM
Philip J. FryDillon Brooks can play. Nicely.


Pels wing rotation:
Starters: E'Twaan Moore, Dante Cunningham (not a wing)
Bench: Darius Miller, Jordan Crawford, Tony Allen

I seriously want to start playing daily fantasy JUST to abuse some of the statistical anomalies that exist throughout the league (Nets playing at 113.3 pace with zero defense, Pels wings, etc)
Oct 19, 2017 5:08 PM
Moses
PaulsonJaylen Brown looks really good on both sides of the ball. That was a nice get for Boston.

I was half serious last night when I suggested there is a silver lining for Boston as Hayward's injury means more minutes for both Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown. Those are two very promising talents on the wing for both ends of the court. Jaylen Brown was already going to play a ton because he's so far ahead defensively for his age. I would love to see those two at the wings with Hayward at the four. With Kyrie and Al Horford, there's a lot of versatility and promise in Boston. They still need a bruising shot-blocker that they can bring in over Marcus Morris, but they potentially have most of the pieces.

Tatum is going to be a 4 when he matures. He is a ways off. Brown is too, though his upside is tantalizing; he has had a great start to the season and he jumps off the screen but he fouled out, could have had at least a few more and literally has the worst left I have ever seen for a major contributor. Of course, this means he has even more upside as there is plenty of room for growth.
The Bucks front court has long been accused of being soft. But they absolutely bullied Boston last night. Kyrie might have looked good on Sportscenter on a handful of plays but he was flat out killed by Brogdon and bullied by Delly. Shooting 28% and not getting to the line is enormously problematic and his playmaking was worse than many have thought possible. Defensively they were routinely beaten and resorted to?retreating to the lane. They gave up a ton of wide open 3s that Milwaukee missed at a pretty alarming rate; other teams won't. Smart is going to be impacted by the rule changes more than any player in the league as officials refused to give him calls for throwing his body into people. And his shot selection is as bad as imaginable.
I always thought the Celtics chances were massively overstated this year. The trade that was made was meant to reshape their window for 4-6 years from now with decent seasons up until then. Expecting Tatum and Brown, aged 19 and 20, to be massive contributors/starters for a team that expected to get to the ECF never made sense to me.
Oct 19, 2017 5:05 PM
MosesGet a goddamn avatar, HurricaneKid. Even if it's all just one color like the Beatles' White Album. Just put something there that is shitty stopgap quality like my tomatillos.


I can barely log in.

Seriously, I can only log in at work and can't access photo sites here so I kind of can't.

I tell you what. I will make the time to do it if you beat me in fantasy. Week 6.
Oct 18, 2017 10:11 PM
When the Bucks got Suki it was quite the coup. She was instrumental in forming current modern ACL?treatment for athletes and on Buck's boards is pretty revered for how she can develop young players.


From before she dame to Milwaukee:?
https://movementsquared.wordpress.com/2014/10/23/suki-hobson-strength-and-power-training-post-acl-reconstruction/

Look at Giannis and compare that against his draft pictures.? The Bucks take hard working, character guys and set them up with the best trainers in the world. Of course, then they put them on the floor with one of the worst Xs and Os coaches in the world... but you can't have everything.
Oct 18, 2017 7:44 PM
Draymond Green getting an MRI today after sitting out the 4th yesterday. I hate the guy but what a horrible opening day this could be for the league.
Oct 18, 2017 4:37 PM
Esoteric Allusion
HurricaneKid
MosesJesus Christ, Gordon Hayward's broken leg. Fucking gruesome.


I legitimately think I had PTSD last night. I had nearly an IDENTICAL injury that ended my playing "career" (yes, I use that term loosely). It was >20 years ago and when I watched Hayward sit on the ground with his leg twisted like that I could feel the sharp edges of bone cut through muscle like it happened all over again.

I have been overjoyed at the return of the NBA. I have largely given up watching every other sport over the last few years and within minutes of the start of the season I was nauseous.

I gave up on the NFL some time ago. Part of it is the tobacco company levels of evil. Another thing that just got to be too much is how much random injury luck determines how the season plays out. This is a problem in all sports, but it's obnoxious in the NFL. Bodies just don't withstand the what happens in the sport.

What happened yesterday is tragic for Boston fans, but it sucks for the sport as a whole.

As you age you start to understand that all the nicks and bruises you got as a kid healed, but essentially you will always deal with them. The concussion thing has been widely discussed here and impact of football on the brain is downright scary. But even just the repeated injuries that will manifest forever in the lives of the players as an accepted outcome of the game. And its not as if it is simply a necessary consequence of the game; it is often the very purpose of play. Take the Rodgers injury for example. The ball was out of his hands and he was moving away from the play. The defender made the play he did because in order to win, you do what you can within the legal limits of the game to hurt the opponent, especially the QB. The logical result of that is broken bones, torn ligaments, etc. That's the game. And once you watch guys getting "stingers" on nearly every play, players out to hurt (but not injure!) the opponents, its just not something you can continue to take part in anymore.
Oct 18, 2017 4:10 PM
Moses
HurricaneKid
MosesReminder that once Josh Richardson's value is evident and proven over a few games, then I am going to want to trade him. Richardson's value comes from his ability to produce in the small stats, and though I will want to compete in threes and steals, Richardson's main value will probably be his blocks at the 1, 2, or 3 position. I need a legitimate PF-C in return who ideally doesn't get his value through blocks. I'd like a European-style big who can pass, hit threes, but doesn't kill my FG%.


To be clear, Moses is willing to trade the #93 pick before he plays a game after a season he was injured and outside the top 150 most of the season for a C who gives you assists, 3s, FG%, Rebs, Low TOs.

Good luck with that Moses!

I mean I like JR but you are being ridiculous here...

I didn't post anything about rebounds or low turnovers. Stop doing that.

I fully expect Richardson to be a Top 75 player in our league as his usage will rise and he'll clean up his field goal percentage, and I'm willing to wait for him to prove that he will be. It won't take long.


ALL Cs are + rebounders, even the ones who are mocked for their allergies to rebounding. Same with TOs.

He very well might be. Or he could end up behind Tyler Johnson and Dion Waiters. We don't know because he has missed 40% of games in each of the last two years due to injury, which is pretty punitive in our league. Either way, expecting monetization of a pick before a team has played is really presumptuous. If someone thought he was worth more they would have taken him earlier.

I almost picked up Markkenan yesterday afternoon before the news came out. When I heard I rushed to the wire and was beaten there by minutes by Chunky. Well done sir. Sorry about GH.
Oct 18, 2017 2:50 PM
MosesJesus Christ, Gordon Hayward's broken leg. Fucking gruesome.


I legitimately think I had PTSD last night. I had nearly an IDENTICAL injury that ended my playing "career" (yes, I use that term loosely). It was >20 years ago and when I watched Hayward sit on the ground with his leg twisted like that I could feel the sharp edges of bone cut through muscle like it happened all over again.

I have been overjoyed at the return of the NBA. I have largely given up watching every other sport over the last few years and within minutes of the start of the season I was nauseous.
Oct 18, 2017 2:35 PM
MosesReminder that once Josh Richardson's value is evident and proven over a few games, then I am going to want to trade him. Richardson's value comes from his ability to produce in the small stats, and though I will want to compete in threes and steals, Richardson's main value will probably be his blocks at the 1, 2, or 3 position. I need a legitimate PF-C in return who ideally doesn't get his value through blocks. I'd like a European-style big who can pass, hit threes, but doesn't kill my FG%.


To be clear, Moses is willing to trade the #93 pick before he plays a game after a season he was injured and outside the top 150 most of the season for a C who gives you assists, 3s, FG%, Rebs, Low TOs.

Good luck with that Moses!

I mean I like JR but you are being ridiculous here...
Oct 17, 2017 10:07 PM
While this has no bearing on gerrymandering, this is my current "legal thread" and this is insane to me:
https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/prosecutorial-misconduct-fake-subpoenas_us_59e4f2e5e4b03a7be58281c4?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

I mean my first assumption was that "well that guy isn't going to have fun in jail or enjoy life much without his admittance in the Bar." I had no idea misconduct of this nature was ok for DAs.
Oct 17, 2017 9:33 PM