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List some things that are/were popular that you never participated in


-College sports
-Jersey Shore
-Law and Order
-Reno 911
-Justin Bieber
-Taylor Swift
-Soulja Boy
-Nicki Minaj
-Big Bang Theory (the TV show)
-Skinny jeans
-Fire challenges
-Cinnamon challenges
-World of Warcraft
-Call of Duty
-Grand Theft Auto
-Being a millionaire

Shit Happened...

Link: http://national.suntimes.com/national-sports/7/72/418558/florida-running-back-poops-pants/

Florida Gators running back Adam Lane, Jr. apparently pooped his pants after scoring a touchdown in Saturday’s Birmingham Bowl.

He was seen with a mysterious brown patch on his backside. Shortly thereafter, a trainer gave Lane a towel, which he covered himself with.

I guess he went for 2 after scoring the TD.

"Why It Sucks To Be a Woman on YouTube"

A Change.org Petition for Pokemon Fans

Link: https://www.change.org/p/nintendo-add-a-meaningful-end-game-that-contains-legitimate-challenges-add-some-mature-undertones-for-long-time-fans-make-quality-of-life-changes-eg-hms-and-stop-excluding-features-that-were-fantastic-based-on-the-excuse-of-region-exclusivity

Add a meaningful end game that contains legitimate challenges, add some mature undertones for long time fans, make quality of life changes(eg HMs), and stop excluding features that were fantastic based on the excuse of region exclusivity.

"21 Best GIFs of All Time of the Week"

Link: http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1ATVLd/yl7U7ChT:jkV!@mFg/www.funnyordie.com/lists/f4ceb0d3a7/21-best-gifs-of-all-time-of-the-week-volume-32

A Question about Pres. Obama and Michael Brown/Eric Garner

Earlier tonight on YouTube, I watched one of TheAdviseShow's videos related to the Ferguson and NYC police incidents. The host of the show said that he thinks Pres. O has been "too quiet" so far about them. I have also heard some posters on various black websites such as "TheColi" (WARNING: lots of strong language on that site) saying, in other words, that they want him to be more vocal about those (and other black issues).
My question is this: what could he really say or do that would help our situation? So far, Pres. O's agenda has been hamstrung most of his term by Congress, and he has had RW media constantly harass him for even touching on social matters (while their listeners eat it up).

"Young Black Kid stands up to the NYPD (and lives)"


"League not sure what to do about Marshawn Lynch"

More: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/11/30/league-not-sure-what-to-do-about-marshawn-lynch/

After Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch consistently and persistently avoided talking to reporters, the league eventually took action, reinstating a $50,000 fine from last year and imposing a new $50,000.

Now, Lynch is making himself available to the media. But he’s not saying much in response to the questions.

Last Sunday, he repeatedly answered reporter questions with “yeah” after a 19-3 win over the Cardinals. On Thursday night, after a 19-3 win over the 49ers, Lynch swapped “yeah” with “nope“.

While technically complying by making himself available to reporters when he had previously been bailing out of the locker room before talking, Lynch isn’t complying with the spirit of the rule.

"Fake Military Vet Gets Busted on Black Friday"



More: http://www.mnei.nl/schopenhauer/38-stratagems.htm

1. Carry your opponent's proposition beyond its natural limits; exaggerate it. The more general your opponent's statement becomes, the more objections you can find against it. The more restricted and narrow his or her propositions remain, the easier they are to defend by him or her.
2. Use different meanings of your opponent's words to refute his or her argument.
3. Ignore your opponent's proposition, which was intended to refer to a particular thing. Rather, understand it in some quite different sense, and then refute it. Attack something different than that which was asserted.
4. Hide your conclusion from your opponent till the end. Mingle your premises here and there in your talk. Get your opponent to agree to them in no definite order. By this circuitious route you conceal your game until you have obtained all the admissions that are necessary to reach your goal.
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