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  1. Federal appeals court dismisses Ezekiel Elliott case.

    One of us. One of us.
  2. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    Sometimes, yes. I'm not sure why that's surprising. Happens all the time. "But I didn't mean that!" "Sure, but here's why people are interpreting your words/actions this way..." Sometimes that inference is more legitimate than others. I'm not saying you definitely meant something different, just that your message can be construed differently than you meant it. There's a way to continue that discussion and clarify your original intent without resorting to questioning a person's intellect or motives when you ohrased something unclearly. You saying A but not meaning B does not mean that you in no way communicated B. And to be fair, that B could be relatively easily inferred from you stating A does not necessarily mean you meant B. But it serves no beneficial purpose for you to get indignant when people draw a relatively clear inference from something you stated. If that's not what you meant, clarify it.
  3. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    I footballed your post ironically. So it doesn't really count.
  4. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    You take your football and get out.
  5. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    You can't get mad at somebody drawing a pretty direct inference from your words just because you don't like what that implies about your original statement. That you didn't see the implication doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
  6. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    How the F did you get quoted there?
  7. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    Victim advocacy is a difficult field. I am glad the people who do it receive the training they do because it is clear not everybody is cut out for that work.
  8. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    There is a whole lot that goes into this sort of thing. It is not insignificant that this is the most common response for everybody, regardless of gender, when they are the victim in this type of incident. Perhaps you should give more consideration to the fact that a man of Crews' stature didn't react. It ain't as easy as people like to think.
  9. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    The presumption that people don't complain orfile a lawsuit and therefore nothing improper happened is troubling for any number of reasons. Nobody is piling on anything.
  10. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    One could argue that your "a majority of women know and are ok with it" is pretty much that. Citation needed. That something might be a rampant part of an industry, and some people enter into that industry knowing that, doesn't make it ok or acceptable.
  11. My expansion finally came in. Wife and I tried Box 1 (of 4) quick. Got owned hard. It'll be a fun addition, but there are definitely starting villain groups that you do not want to see. Let me know when you've played Book 6.
  12. My brother and I used to play that all the time.
  13. What Are You Thinking About v.CC

    Doesn't make it appropriate or ok.
  14. Wisconsin Badgers Thread (7-0) | @ Illinois

    You should think that they're bad at football, that's what you should think. I mean, Lee ain't great but he could do alright if our o-line wasn't playing like heaps of dog ish. Please be gentle.
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