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NT93 last won the day on November 2 2014

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  1. This is not a “let the olds die” comment, but I wonder how many of those 94k were nursing home patients?
  2. That just seems more amazing to me the farther removed it gets. 98 yards in a 1:07 with no timeouts and we actually drove down field as opposed to busting a big play or throwing a Hail Mary. Unbelievable.
  3. Here’s a funny (and sad, and maddening ) story for you. A lady I know who is a “everybody needs to stay home” kind of gal made a post on Facebook where she was complaining about there being so many people at Home Depot that she and her husband couldn’t go in because she didn’t feel safe. Wait...what? You’re complaining about people being at the store you’re going to? So we all need to stay home so that you can go to Home Depot? You can’t make this stuff up🤣🤣🤣
  4. This. And I don’t care which side of the fence you’re on, your party is guilty. Sad, but true.
  5. As has already been stated, how do we if the response was right or wrong? If we hadn’t been shut down would there be twice as many deaths? Who knows. That being said, my position has changed somewhat since this all began. I was pretty much on board with shutting things down (including my own business) in order to contain the virus, but maybe not so much anymore. A couple of my problems are: 1) What is an essential business? There are places that don’t seem very essential that are allowed to stay open. Also, with so many businesses closed down, the crowds are just larger at the essential businesses. At least that’s what I’ve experienced. 2) Close things down only when needed. Texas is obviously a big state, yet we shut the whole thing down at once. My business is being allowed to reopen tomorrow and the virus Is worse here now than it was a month ago. So I was shut down for over a month and there were less than 10 cases in the county. Now that we are up over 100 cases, businesses are allowed to reopen. Sorry, but that makes no sense. Sparsely populated West Texas is treated the same as Dallas and Houston.
  6. Maybe my perception is skewed, but I see UNT, Marshall, Southern Miss, Rice, UTEP, UAB, Troy, and La Tech as a step above the rest. I might even add MTSU and Ark. St to my list. I’m not saying these schools necessarily have the best football programs, just that, in my opinion, they have better name recognition.
  7. I voted No Term Limits, but I’m not all-in on that opinion. Obviously if an elected official is doing a great job it seems ridiculous to limit him or her. On the other hand, you have some who need to be shown the door before their term is over. Tough question and I can see both sides of the argument.
  8. This thread gives me tired head, yet entertains me all at once.🤣😒
  9. This post has almost 15 upvotes, so I know I’m not the only one who read it.
  10. My condolences to his family as well as to those of you who knew him. Your posts speak very well of him and show that he made a difference in this life.
  11. https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/fountains-of-wayne-singer-adam-schlesinger-dead-coronavirus
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