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Re: The un-buy-able candidate you're not seeing on TV...
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A-MAN wrote:
This sums up the lack of reality of just about every Sanders supporter out there

https://youtu.be/P3LyZ8hyVZM

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That's some quality reporting there FoxNews! Put a 19 year old on live television and pretend that she is the expert Bernie supporter. Scared conservatives eat it up like candy and continue to vote for the folks that keep wages suppressed. Then they are told to blame the liberals for their stagnant pay and personal struggles. More candy.

It helps explain the Trump support out there...

Trump's support comes from primarily less-educated Americans.

A very vocal minority. Prepare your anus for President Hillary.



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Posted on: 4/11 7:47 am
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Re: Panama Papers
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Looks like some politicians are using the same shadow banking system as the billionaires. Won't hold my breath waiting for an indictment from the US justice system.

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You want people who have broken no laws indicted? You are definitely a Bernie Sanders supporter.

Posted on: 4/6 8:15 am
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Re: Marcellus Shale
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http://www.ohio.com/blogs/drilling/oh ... 953#.VvBN2Kx4Ub6.facebook

It mentions Utica in the article. Has Utica level drilling been started yet by anyone with the current prices being low? Or is this the first?


EQT has a Utica well in Wetzel and Antero has one in Tyler. Those are the first and only ones I know of. I don't expect to see much going on in WV with that as long as the Marcellus play stays strong. Utica is a LOT deeper and thus more expensive than Marcellus, and the gas is dryer, so less profitable condensates. But the major players think that reserves are at least equal to the Marcellus and the Utica wells that have been drilled in Ohio are incredibly productive.


Chesapeake drilled a Utica well in Brooke County from the Sam Hubbard pad.

Posted on: 3/26 9:19 am
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Re: What's at the core of this aPPLE v. FBI situation?
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So...

The government asks aPPLE to help it unlock one of their phones. aPPLE says f**k you. FBI obtains court order to have aPPLE unlock the phone and aPPLE still says f**k you.

FBI finds someone who may be able to unlock the phone. aPPLE wants the FBI to tell them how they are going to do it. Ima guess I know the answer to that one.

http://bgr.com/2016/03/22/apple-fbi-iphone-encryption/

Posted on: 3/22 8:57 am
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Re: The un-buy-able candidate you're not seeing on TV...
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Regardless of what you thnk of his politics, you really have to like Sanders...


No, I don't.

Posted on: 3/21 8:35 am
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Re: The Walking Dead
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"You know how to bite a dick Eugene. I mean that with the utmost of respect."

If they ever build a Hall of Fame for movie/TV lines, this one has to be in it. In my opinion, this is the best season since season 1. The finale is supposed to be absolutely insane. What do the rest of you Couchers think about this season?

Posted on: 3/21 8:05 am
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Re: Lonnie Galloway to Louisville
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Writing is on the wall for the Holgs Era... It is obvious that Lyons wants to bring in someone new.


What does this have to do with Lyons? Wasn't Galloway just given an extension? Seems like he left because he was offered a promotion and pay raise which is what pretty much anyone would do.

Posted on: 3/14 8:51 am
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Re: Little Good Music
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Can someone please post an update once the good music shows up?

Posted on: 3/5 1:29 pm
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Re: What's at the core of this aPPLE v. FBI situation?
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eer_4da_beer wrote:
Sorry, did I say nine more? It's really 15.

Not liking how the gov't tried to spin it as "just this one phone" when they have 15 such requests already lined up. Not digging my heels in or anything, but leaning more and more towards Apple's side here.


I understand completely. What I'm really trying to find out is, has apple offered any resolution to this at all or are they just saying no. My take is, apple should unlock the phone and give it back to the government. The government should in no way have the ability to do so on their own. That's what I meant to convey from the start.

I in no way feel sorry for the government though. Had they not spent the last 15 years illegally stealing from us this kind of phone security would probably not exist.

Posted on: 2/28 9:38 am
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Re: What's at the core of this aPPLE v. FBI situation?
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DonKeebals wrote

I'm all for the encryption and keeping the government out of our business. I am also all for the government legally obtaining whatever information they can to prevent further terrorist attacks.


How do you feel about the government ordering a private business to create a program that doesn't exist so it can use it to get encrypted data? Because that is the issue. I think it is a very dangerous precedent.


I think apple should make the program, I do not think the government should have it. If they want it unlocked, let apple do it and give them the phone afterward. I agree, the government does not need that ability.

Posted on: 2/28 9:33 am
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Re: What's at the core of this aPPLE v. FBI situation?
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On the flip side, IF Apple does indeed write an alorithm (assuming they can) that can decrypt the phone, there is no reasonable belief that they will be able to do it (Same reason as above. If they were knowledgable enough to encrypt to keep people from discovering what they were doing they would be smart enough to choose good keys). WHat happens when criminals get a hold of this algorithm.....and they will...I bet your private key isn't really all that safe.



I keep hearing the "what if criminals get a hold of this program?" statement. I have yet to see where apple has been ordered to post this security bypass on the internet, publish an article about it in the New England Journal of Medicine or sell it in the app store. This could be done for this phone and this phone only, without anyone A) Knowing it was done and B) but apple having access to it. Once they have finished the program used can be destroyed.

I'm all for the encryption and keeping the government out of our business. I am also all for the government legally obtaining whatever information they can to prevent further terrorist attacks.

Posted on: 2/24 8:01 am
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What's at the core of this aPPLE v. FBI situation?
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While I am admittedly a HUGE opponent of the government and their trampling on our rights when it comes to illegal seizure of phone data, this case I feel is a little different. This could easily be worked out to where both sides get what they want without further risk to everyone else in America with an eyephone.

I also find it laughable that aPPLE spent years collecting personal data from eyephone owners and now they're all concerned about "protecting" them.

This isn't some unwarranted goose chase. This is an investigation into a terrorist attack that was carried out on American soil.

Posted on: 2/23 8:03 pm
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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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DonKeebals wrote:
As I stated in my other response, I don't care what republicans said.


Of course you don't, and that is just as hypocritical. You would not have this outrage if one of your guys was at the podium.


And I can't make it any clearer. He is not responsible or accountable for what they say. I also stated I disagreed with what they said here----->A person taking credit for something they didn't do IS NOT THE SAME as someone else blaming you for something you didn't do. (I will say neither is the right thing to do)

You chose to cut that out of the quote. How convenient...


He is responsible for and accountable for what he says. Just because they blamed for high prices 3 years ago doesn't mean he gets a free pass on patting himself on the back for low prices. Unlike you and the other liberal/conservative sheep I voice my disagreement with my vote. I have not voted for a Republican or a democrat in the last 3 elections. I guarantee you cannot say the same.


Posted on: 2/12 11:23 am
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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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As I stated in my other response, I don't care what republicans said.


Of course you don't, and that is just as hypocritical. You would not have this outrage if one of your guys was at the podium.



My guys/gals don't get to the podium, that's why our government is a shitshow.

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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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Nope, he has nothing to do with it. I don't care what conservatives say and I don't care what the liberals say. If he wasn't at the podium stating that he was the reason gas was $4 dollars then he shouldn't be at the podium now stating that he is the reason for $1.50 gas.


You are making my point for me. He wasn't at the podium, it was the conservatives at the podium blaming him for high gas prices. So by your logic they should be back at the podium singing his praises. It's not my logic, I happen to understand supply vs demand quite well...just pointing out the hypocrisy and the complete unwillingness of conservatives to recognize it.


Actually, he was at the podium just last month on national TV taking credit for it. He was up there all by himself. He cannot control what others say but he can certainly control what he says. So, if you're going to point out hypocrisy let's not leave that out.

Posted on: 2/12 7:56 am
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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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They are also probably talking about how Bronco Bama thinks he is the reason that gas prices are currently lower.


Why wouldn't he? A couple of years ago they were blaming him for high gas prices.


If your going to accept the credit the you damn well better be ready to accept the blame.


I'm not sure what planet you're from, but here on Earth politicians spin things to make themselves look good.

I agree that presidents have no control over gas prices, but it's hypocritical and/or convenient for you to only have outrage over Obama taking credit for low gas prices.

Republicans falsely blaming Obama for high gas prices (and they DID come and say it) is basically the same thing. By your rationale, they should now be giving Obama credit.


I'm from planet Obvious. A person taking credit for something they didn't do IS NOT THE SAME as someone else blaming you for something you didn't do. (I will say neither is the right thing to do) As I stated in my other response, I don't care what republicans said. What matters is what President Jesus said. He is voluntarily taking credit for low gas prices when even he knows that he has done nothing to cause them. I would say the hypocrite is President Jesus.

Posted on: 2/12 7:53 am
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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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DonKeebals wrote:
They are also probably talking about how Bronco Bama thinks he is the reason that gas prices are currently lower.


Why wouldn't he? A couple of years ago they were blaming him for high gas prices.


If your going to accept the credit the you damn well better be ready to accept the blame.


So you're ok with him getting the credit then?

Conervatives stuck him with the blame for $4/gallon gas long ago...

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Nope, he has nothing to do with it. I don't care what conservatives say and I don't care what the liberals say. If he wasn't at the podium stating that he was the reason gas was $4 dollars then he shouldn't be at the podium now stating that he is the reason for $1.50 gas.

The truth is that gas prices are low because OPEC was so threatened by US shale production that they ramped up their production to drive the cost down to suppress US drilling. That along with a deep Chinese recession has driven down the cost of gas.

What I'd really like him to take credit for is my healthcare premiums being up 98 goddamn percent due to his sorry assed ACA. THAT, is his fault.

Posted on: 2/10 8:34 am
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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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DonKeebals wrote:
They are also probably talking about how Bronco Bama thinks he is the reason that gas prices are currently lower.


Why wouldn't he? A couple of years ago they were blaming him for high gas prices.


If your going to accept the credit the you damn well better be ready to accept the blame.

Posted on: 2/8 7:09 pm
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Re: Building an Identity
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Everything went to **** after, "As a Redskins fan".

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Re: It ain't easy being green...
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I'm sure there is a bearded, skinny jeans wearing hipster somewhere who would spit his Starbucks latte all over his
ipad if he read that article. Then he would facetime his other hipster friends so they could console each other.


I'm sure there is an even heavier bearded, carhart wearing real American somewhere who would dribble his Copenhagen into his bud light if he heard Rush talk about that article. Then he would run over to the land line and call his other real American friends so they can take turns telling each other how liberals think.


Well, if they are telling each other that liberals think your company should receive huge green energy tax breaks by claiming to use 100% green energy when you in reality only use 1% green energy they would be correct. They are also probably talking about how Bronco Bama thinks he is the reason that gas prices are currently lower.

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