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Cakeshoppe

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  1. Packers sign Devin Funchess

    the last 3 pages have been some of the most puzzling I’ve seen in a while
  2. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    In other states that have locked down, you’ve generally still been allowed to go outside and get exercise as long as you are by yourself and not congregating with other people. It’s also worth noting that enforcement is almost entirely nonexistent on the individual side. Usually what enforcement there is is enforcing that businesses close down or “soft enforcement” through closing down parking lots, etc. I’ve only actually read the orders in CA but they’ve been pretty much the same in substance as other states from what it looks like
  3. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    How does one measure the meanness of a Yeti? secondly, for the yeti connoseurs, what kind of Yeti?
  4. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    You would seem to be the expert on this one?
  5. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    so you you're saying boof it and he's good?
  6. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    [Citation Needed]
  7. BK's Quarantine Mock v2.0 (updated)

    Sn atch?
  8. Random Packer News & Notes

    what if we just started spreading rumors about Jones committing insider trading or something. Drop his price tag.
  9. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    No one’s getting a haircut until like may. Get ready for duck dynasty out there
  10. Random Packer News & Notes

    Yes, a judge can order your to sign a document. For instance a judge may make a ruling that a parent enroll their child in a school program as part of a custody dispute. Since enrolling the child would require signatures on the part of the parent, the judge can order the parent to sign those documents. I've seen no specifics on what document he was ordered to sign but given that it was a divorce case involving child custody, there's all sorts of documents that Gbaja Biamila could be ordered to sign.
  11. Random Packer News & Notes

    A brief history: Late last year, Gbaja Biamila showed up at a Christmas pageant with two armed associates from his church group, an off-shoot of a Tennesee-based "Isrealite" group that has been described by some ex-members as a cult. Gbaja Biamila insisted that his children be pulled from the pageant because his religious group do not believe in the celebration of Christmas. Gbaja Biamila left peacefully, but his two associates were arrested. In court, the two associates presented the kind of bizarre and disruptive antics typical of sovereign citizens, including refusing to be seated, refusing to use their own names in court or filings, and using bizarre nonsense pseudolegalese "filings" to demand things like passports and plane ticets to Germany and Brazil: In this case, Gbaja Biamila followed the same formula as his associates, refusing to be called by name in court, insisting that he instead be referred to as "man", and claiming not to be a citizen of the republic and so not bound by its laws (he was born in California, fwiw). At one point, he was ordered to sign a document, and when he refused to do so, he was placed in contempt of court, which the judge notified would be lifted were he to sign the document. He was approached by several officers and asked to comply with the arrest order. He did not comply and was eventually tasered and handcuffed, and charged with resisting arrest. He did eventually sign the document and the initial contempt charge was lifted. He still faces the resisting arrest charges. The document that he refused to sign seems to be a part of an earlier agreement that Gbaja Biamila had made and was now attempting to rescind. The judge told him he could not rescind it and was ordered to sign the document.
  12. Random Packer News & Notes

    Like I said earlier, he’s a sovereign citizen now. Not saying I approve of police violence in any way but if you are a sovereign citizen and you don’t get tazed by the cops at least once you’re doing it wrong
  13. Random Packer News & Notes

    Predictable. Dude’s a sovereign citizen now
  14. NFL News & Notes

    fify
  15. 2020 Off-season Discussion Thread

    question: How would you manage this offseason if you just committed now to the idea that there won't be a 2020 NFL season and sold out for 2021 instead?
  16. Packers sign RT Rick Wagner

    to be fair, I think big dudes can get away with it. if you're 5'8", 150 lbs going by Ricky I feel you. But I feel like there's a difference when you're the big dude with the juvenile name. It takes on a kind of irony at that point. Also depends on the name. Tommy will never be cool.
  17. Random Packer News & Notes

    In their defense he also got a North Face jacket in very good shape for only $6 and a couple cast iron skillets that are going to work great after he re-seasons them
  18. Kirksey to GB, 2Y/13M

    Looking forward to watching him jump on piles and getting dragged 5-10 yards per play for the next two years
  19. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Dubious on some of these, or at least, they seem misleading. The Isreali vaccine one, for example. All I can find on that is several articles from a few weeks ago saying that Israeli scientists are hoping to be "weeks" away from a working vaccine, and one article specified 8-10 weeks, and then 90 days after that for regulatory approval. Most figures I've seen for other researchers were that they were expecting to enter phase-1 trials on a vaccine in 2-4 months. Experts still seem to agree we're probably a year out on a publicly available vaccine.
  20. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    It's also why masks are important for people who suspect they have the disease but are not particularly helpful for preventing the wearer from contracting it. If you have a mask, it will block most of the outgoing droplets and limit the ability of a contagious person from spreading the virus. Since you're most likely to contract the disease by touching a contaminated surface and then touching one of your mucous membranes (eyes, nose, mouth), it's limited in it's ability to stop that. For medical professionals who are in close contact with contagious individuals, it does help to protect from those direct droplets.
  21. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    It's spread by droplet action, meaning you can contract it by being coughed or sneezed on (doesn't have to be directly, just means that particulates expelled during the cough or sneeze have to come into contact with your mucous membranes). The most common way that diseases are spread via droplet transmission isn't direct contact with droplets, though, it's contact with objects or surfaces that those droplets have landed on. The virus can survive several hours on surfaces. But droplet transmission does mean that it doesn't spread long distances in the air. It settles in the immediate vicinity (~6 feet) of the person who coughs/sneezes.
  22. This Aint Packers Talk v69

    Can I get a list of credible news sources please?
  23. Random Packer News & Notes

    I love this idea because we know Blake’s avg tackle depth is like 4.8 yards so apparently on a typical play he’s meeting the ballcarrier like 1-5 yards in the backfield and just getting taken for a ride
  24. An Early Look at 2020 Free Agency

    https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2880648-report-nfl-considering-delaying-2020-free-agency-until-after-cba-vote
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