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  1. No, the context was clearly about deportation being initiated on March 6, which is why I started replying in the first place, and somehow ended up being compared to Hans Landa shortly after your reply. Also, not exactly sure what DACA "failing" even means. I agree. Again, nobody really knows what they'll do. I sincerely doubt Trump knows what he's going to do at this point. Is this possible? Sure. It's also possible Trump decides to give Congress more time. It's also possible he allows more DACA applications to come in until the court order is overturned. And, sure, it's possible the brownshirts will move in quick in a couple weeks time. The only thing we do know is this uncertainty already hurts DACA recipients.
  2. Yeah I still agree with Maith - would rather take Brees this past year and even this coming year at 39.
  3. Well, I think the Democrats message should be pretty simple: allow for an up or down vote on a pathway to citizenship for Dreamers. The only reason it didn't pass in 2007, 2010, 2011, or last week is because the Republicans blocked it. So, I agree that they shouldn't spend any more political capitol trying to get Republicans to do something most of them nominally say they are for. Instead, the Dems' message should be crystal clear whose fault it is. Except the context of the discussion was the Trump administration initiating a mass deportation of DACA recipients, something that has never been seen in the 17 years since the DREAM Act was introduced in Congress.
  4. Reminds me of John Thune beating Daschle, even if it's the wrong Dakota. There's so much to attack Cramer for, I don't know where to start.
  5. Thanks. That thread needs a better title.
  6. That's definitely its biggest weakness. And I suspect you're right - the Nolans rely far too much on using time as a narrative tool. Really interesting in moderation, but can too easily get to the point where the casual viewer feels like she's being fucked with. As for Nolan and Joy having the whole series mapped out, no, they clearly didn't. Don't think that's a bad thing though. As long as they're interested in telling the story, I'll be interested in watching it.
  7. How does this still have no replies? I need to know if it's worthwhile to see Sunday. And, frankly, I trust (some of) you more than any other outlet. Get on the criticism!
  8. ^^ Puppies Rule! ...As do bad puns, apparently. Sorry.
  9. I agree with some of what you're saying, but the bolded suggests a serious misunderstanding of how fake wrestling works.
  10. Hope Braun is in a more headline match than that. Building him up is pretty much the only thing main roster WWE has succeeded in over the past few years.
  11. Sure, nothing anyone can do about the sample size. I don't think "tech" should lead to much faster expectations than Iran-Contra or any others though. Doubt previous investigations were especially held up by slower research methods - it's more about interviewing obvious suspects then following the trail that takes time. Yup. ETA: I do think Mueller will get either Fuckface Jr. or Kushner (or even both) if he's allowed to. Wanted to clarify.
  12. This is easily the weirdist thing I've read in a good while. WTF is going on? Kids these days... Are Clockwork Orange gangs running rampant? I recall a Sopranos episode where AJ was pressured into "acid-ing" some kid's toes. (Assume acid-ing isn't the correct terminology. Really don't wanna know what is.)
  13. The Russia Investigation Is Moving Really Freaking Fast
  14. Agree wholeheartedly, but this show in particular (which is easily my favorite show still airing) has me worrying about the effects of the interwebs: Strongly suspect he's half joking, but I do hope the inherent acute analysis doesn't change his - and Lisa Joy's - thought process. Anyway, it's an interesting discussion topic.
  15. When you have that many acid "attacks," it's NOT funny. There are plenty examples of "half measures" that have been found to reduce violence, or at least gun deaths. I think you're being too extreme.