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qc8223

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  1. The Revolution has no weak spots.
  2. Hey now you're getting it!!! Welcome aboard Comrade TBar! Dare to struggle, Dare to win.
  3. In all seriousness, the irony of this situation is that the actual facts of the Hunter Biden stuff are bad enough on their own without distorting them. His kid was getting 50k a month from a foreign energy company because of his last name. It's not technically illegal, but it's still gross and emblematic of the type of soft corruption that most people despise. The problem for Trump when it comes to using it is that he and his kids are guilty of the exact same offense, so he has to try make up all sort of unnecessary wilder conspiracy theories to show Biden is dirty. Also, this dude is out here doing crack in 2016. Just wild lol.
  4. Listen, I know Joe. I like Joe. But the man isn't playing with a full deck, and more importantly has been at the heart of every disastrous policy decision made by the democratic party in the past 40 years. What we need right now is a democratic party willing to show some guts and stand up for what is right and stand up for working people. And this is why I'm happy to announce that on my first day in office I will sign a bipartisan measure to strap Joe Biden and Ted Cruz to a cartoonish rocket, Johnny Knoxville style, and then fire that rocket directly into the sun. I'm Senator Bernard Sanders and I approve this message.
  5. Overwhelmingly great for wrestling. It's only because we've grown used to the great coverage they provide that we can nitpick about the things that annoy us. I'll always have disagreements with their content team, but that's the same for any group of pundits that cover any sport. It's actually a good thing. If I agreed with them every time, it wouldn't be any fun listening to them. The streaming does need to be more reliable and I think it will get there. I don't remember any catastrophe's on my end from this past season, so I think they're heading in the right direction.
  6. All true, but that wasn't the general discourse around him when he first got started. A lot of people only thought of him as a freak athlete. They were obviously wrong.
  7. Skip to about 8:15. If Yianni or DT hit something like that, our jaws would drop, and rightly so. He hit it as a full sized heavyweight in the NCAA semis. He also hit a beautiful toe drag blast double and a gorgeous outside step swim high crotch to a big lift to his opponents back. You can't get more perfect than that high crotch. A lot of time, the skills of freak athletes get overlooked because people assume they win on their athletic ability. People talked like that about Burroughs early in his international career. Eventually, they figured out he was incredibly skilled too. Lesnar was very good.
  8. Especially suspicious because it was in favor of the hometown wrestler if I'm not mistaken.
  9. This is actually an interesting conundrum a lot of fans are going to deal with this year because of the trials rules. As a Gilman/Lee fan who really wants to see one of them on the team next year, it's in my interest to hope that Fix places 5th, qualifying the weight, but not earning a bye to the finals. I don't think I've ever rooted for Fix before either, even before his Ok St days. Yet, I suspect when it comes down to it, I'll be happy to see him win. I do know that I won't take his losses nearly as hard as I would take a JB, Dake, or Cox loss. Same situation for a guy like Graff who I've always really respected a rooted for, but him medalling gets him a bye to the semis at 57. I don't think I could ever root against one of our guys while they're on the mat, but there will definitely be a few on the team this year whose losses won't upset me. The guy I'm really pulling for is Zain. I've always been a big fan of his and was bullish about him being capable of beating Yianni after his open loss. However, I found myself souring on him after the Final X debacle where Yianni got screwed, which obviously isn't his fault. Now I'm back on the bandwagon I guess. Hope he pulls out a miracle with his draw. Would be a great story. I'd also add, the messy part of my personality would love to see Downey medal somehow just to create chaos at 86kg next year. Would be wild for Cox, DT, Ringer, and Valencia to have to battle it out just to make it to...PD3. lol
  10. Zain going 0-1 is the logical pick here. Not favored against Tobier who in turn is not favored against any of the 3 possible quarters opponents. Hoping Zain can pull off some magic. Even if Tobier sneaks through, Zain is going to have to beat someone like Otoguro or Rashidov just to get to the medal match. I think he's good enough to medal with the right draw, but this isn't the right draw. And for the record, I wouldn't feel good about Yianni's chances either. I think our impression of him is a little inflated after the all star win over Bajrang. US guys have been upsetting top guys at BTS for years. It almost never carries over. Yianni's good, but he's not that much better than Zain (or even better in the first place).
  11. Then why doesn't Canada have to pay? This has nothing to do with living in a "free enterprise" society. There are plenty of those societies who don't have to pay. Russia is a free enterprise society. We're just "lucky" to have a company with the ability to buy the rights and withhold it from us. That's freedom baby.
  12. You think the US is the only "free enterprise" society in the world?
  13. the politics understander has logged on folks
  14. I think it's just the match up. The weakest part of Fix's game are his leg attacks or lack thereof. He thrives on flurries and slick stuff like shrugs and inside trips. Suriano doesn't put himself in position for those. He doesn't hang on the head and he doesn't attack a ton, and when he does he often doesn't hit a knee which makes him hard to reattack. Fix is too disciplined to take bad shots. You have to guys who mostly look for counter offense. This results in a stand still.
  15. This is the criteria for the Olympic Redshirt, not the Olympic Trials. 2020 champs can't be eligible for the olympic redshirt because the year they would take off has already happened. I believe 2020 champs to qualify for the trials like usual.
  16. Also important to note that the semicolon is not present on the actual criteria page making the flo article a misquote. If the semicolon was actually present in the official criteria this would be much simpler.
  17. Didn't think he was eligible to take an Olympic Shirt, though he has a regular shirt available. Has anyone ever gotten final clarification on the criteria about placing top 3 and making the finals at U23? Some think you only need to place top 3. Others think you only have to also place top 2 at U23 if you're using the NCAA champ from previous year criteria.
  18. Excited to see Garzon! One of my all-time favorites. I'm sure he's a shell of his former self, but it will be fun to see. Has to at least be solid for Cuba to send him in a year they're not sending a full team.
  19. come on...you seriously think he's thinking about fooling people in the middle of the scramble. Or was he trying to pressure his hips into Zain to actually score points and Zain just did enough to score despite it. It's not that complicated guys. It's wrestling.
  20. Yes, this is exactly what Yianni was doing. Trying to fool everybody in the gym. Definitely not trying to actually score. It's not like he's the most prolific counter wrestler in the country or anything. I'm sure he thought "oh no i'm going over, i better tap my toe real quick so pyles defends me on frl." Do you understand how ridiculous you sound?
  21. 57 Fix, 5th 61 Graff, DNP 65 Zain, 5th 70 Green DNP 74 Burroughs Bronze 79 Dake Gold 86 Downey DNP 92 Cox Gold 97 Snyder Silver 120 Gwiz Bronze
  22. Apparently, not even that as they don't have a 57 kg entrant which is weird because their guy is a title contender.
  23. It was self deprecating, but it stemmed from one of the fan questions on FRL where they were asked what their go-to moves were. He said it was a good move. The others pointed out it rarely works at high levels. He responded in his usual manner "that's because they don't do it right," which rightly drew ridicule from his cohosts. All in all pretty funny.
  24. To be fair to flo, it's not like there's much else to talk about right now. They have to fill an hour and a half somehow. Did you want them to ignore the biggest exchange of the biggest event of the week that was itself the conclusion to the biggest story of the summer?
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