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Re: Official Lose Your Mind During the Game, Game Thread
Pitt Hater
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My pals who were at the game said that at the end of the game the stadium screamed over and over and over: Eat Schitt Shpitt!!

So we beat #4 and the chant is that. Pretty dang funny.

We held Baylor to 318 yards. Go Mountaineers!

Posted on: 10/18 9:14 pm
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Re: Congratulations to the 'Eers
Pitt Hater
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Thanks, Marco. You are right. This could be a great south rivalry. I think though that WV is considered north even though we are west.

Play well the rest of the year. See you in Waco next year. Go Mountaineers!

Posted on: 10/18 5:23 pm
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Re: Official Lose Your Mind During the Game, Game Thread
Pitt Hater
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Stockton wrote:
Whoever was saying the game was over and we were f*cked when the game was tied in the 3rd and early 4th, you have to stop. And by stop I mean stop posting during games. You've lost your privilege.

Fans have to calm down during games, I said it on the podcast this week and will continue as long as this crap continues. Calm down folks, its a long game, and sometimes its going well and other times not. Let it play out before you give up and/or celebrate a win.


That would be WVUdee. This is the most positive thing posted all day: !!!!!!!!!!!!!

WVUdee - there's the door. See ya.

Go Mountaineers!

Posted on: 10/18 5:10 pm
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Re: Hey SaneJane
Pitt Hater
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What's our home record in all glod?

Posted on: 10/17 10:00 pm
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Re: Rumor mill
Pitt Hater
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nick12va wrote:
I say "good riddance" to Ollie. Don't let the door hit ya!


You are supposed to be retired and not caring a hoot. But just because he got rid of the wrestling coach, don't harbor bad will forever. The first person he fired was the softball/volleyball coach. Nenenenah.

My prediction all along is he'll end up being President of WVU. FWIW.

Posted on: 10/17 9:46 pm
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Re: Pat McAfee recovers his own onside kick.
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The special teams coach was like: fk me

Posted on: 10/10 8:55 pm
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Re: Vote - Help Name new Pro Baseball Team
Pitt Hater
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Black Diamonds

Posted on: 10/10 8:51 pm
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Re: This copy and copy and copy and argue is killing my data plan.
Pitt Hater
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Monney wrote:
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brobison wrote:

Copying and arguing and copying and bickering is what we do here. Nay...It is more than that. It is more than JUST what we do here. It is the cornerstone of this site. Hell sometimes we copy and agree but that is a rare bird right there. I once saw a 5 page argument on here in which both parties actually agreed. I may have been one of the participants. That takes talent....Sit back and enjoy the ride.

You sir, wish to rip the fabric of the VERY couch we sit on. For shame!


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I’ve come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies:

1) Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works.

2) Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it.

3) Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.

Posted on: 10/10 8:44 pm
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Re: Former WVU players in the NFL Thread
Pitt Hater
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Special stud!

Posted on: 10/6 9:25 pm
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Re: This one is for Sane
Pitt Hater
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Quote:

wheelert wrote:
I have a radical idea. Glod pants, blue jerseys and a blue helmet with a glod WV on the side.


Radical, but I love it!

Posted on: 10/3 10:13 pm
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Re: Funny pictures thread
Pitt Hater
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I kind of know how the Secret Service feels. Tonight my son calls Dad and tells him to come watch our Ninja cat. I follow and we are standing at the wide open front door while the cat has got his nose in the bushes. In a second the cat has a varmint and darts in the house with it in his mouth. The cat runs into my bedroom closet and loses the varmint. I didn't feed the family until the varmint was outside. The end.

Posted on: 10/1 8:15 pm
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Re: Server Maintenance
Pitt Hater
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Thanks, Stanley.

Posted on: 10/1 8:06 pm
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Re: Kansas Lookalikes
Pitt Hater
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UncleFestus wrote:
De'Andre MANN

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Evander Holyfield

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Juanna MANN

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Please someone match De'Andre Mann with Da'Sean Butler

Posted on: 10/1 8:00 pm
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Re: New article
Pitt Hater
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wvmtnerr: Did your kids sleep at night after you told them stories?

Posted on: 9/26 11:24 am
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Consumer Financial Protection Board
Pitt Hater
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CFPB

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a report released Sept. 22, the United States Government Accountability Office (GAO) found that while the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has taken steps to secure the data it has collected — including records from automobile sales, consumer credit report information, credit cards, credit scores, mortgages and student loans — the bureau is lacking in written policies and procedures for data privacy, as well as the ability to assess risk.

The report, requested by U.S. Banking Committee Ranking Member Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), found that the CFPB has account-level access to credit card data on between 546-596 million consumer accounts on a monthly basis, representing consumer data covering 87% of the credit card market.

“The CFPB’s massive data collection effort is an unwarranted, unwelcome intrusion into the private financial lives of millions of Americans,” Crapo said in a press release issued Monday. “This GAO report confirms what the Bureau would not — that it has been collecting information on up to 600 million American financial accounts, and it does not have the proper safeguards in place to protect the information it is collecting.

“At a time when data and identity-related crimes are at an all-time high, the last thing the American people need is one more federal agency collecting their private financial information,” he added.

Some of the data collected includes personal identifiers such as arbitration case records, storefront payday loan activity and records on the use of deposit advance products. In its report, the GAO recommended that the bureau develop written procedures and comprehensive documentation for data intake and security risk assessments to avoid inconsistent application of its practices.

“For example, [the] CFPB unnecessarily retained sensitive data in two collections GAO reviewed, but its staff said they plan to remove this information,” the report read, in part.

The bureau, which recently proposed a new rule that would allow it to oversee about 38 nonbank auto finance companies, also collects vehicle transaction-level data from 46 state motor vehicle departments matched with consumer credit data. This encompasses about 700,000 vehicles per month.

The GAO report also noted that the CFPB has not fully implemented a number of privacy control and information security practices, and has failed to submit its credit card data collection plan to the Office of Management and Budget for approval, which is required under the Paperwork Reduction Act.

“There are many outstanding questions and concerns following this report,” Crapo said. “For example, it is still unclear exactly what information the CFPB is collecting, how they are using it, and whether it can be easily reverse-engineered to identify an individual. I consider these to be very serious concerns at the very agency that was supposed to watch out for consumers, not watch them.”

Posted on: 9/26 11:18 am
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Re: Marty's 9th Annual NFL Predictions Thread
Pitt Hater
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Ryan Mundy picked off Geno for a pick six last night.

Posted on: 9/23 8:44 am
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Re: How To Fill The Stadium?
Pitt Hater
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I am wrong at quantifying "everybody." Give me a quick cheap bud, and you will turn inventory faster--the idea of Econ 101

Posted on: 9/22 9:42 pm
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Re: Holgorsen & staff
Pitt Hater
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Quote:

wvudee wrote:
If you don't like or are indifferent about Holgorsen and staff, you better convert quickly. Our offense is putting up huge numbers, our defense is MUCH improved in my opinion and we've got a nice backup 4* qb with another 4* qb committed. In addition to that we just reeled in another 4* DB from Miramar who is coming in with another 4* DB, a 4* WR (all from Miramar) and several other solid recruits. They will continue to come. Holgorsen is going nowhere and this program is on the up. Get excited.


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Posted on: 9/22 9:34 pm
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Re: How To Fill The Stadium?
Pitt Hater
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I'm a 1979 graduate that has stood at about the same window since then. The concession stand has never been worse.

Posted on: 9/22 9:33 pm
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Re: How To Fill The Stadium?
Pitt Hater
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If you have ever experienced a game underneath the student section, there is "no doubt" why they leave. Beers take 30 minutes at least to buy. Retail people are running over themselves, getting in the way of each other. Make the concession stand work better and you'll have more students there.

Posted on: 9/22 9:32 pm
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