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    Default Nice political cartoon

    South Carolinians are experts in art of insult.


    One of my favorites from when I lived there in my youth:
    "I cut you down so low you have to carry a sign that says 'Don't spit I can't swim'"

    Its also probably why Trey Gowdy is good at what he does
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Default gsvol memorial thread

    LOL...I bet there will be a conspiracy theory about this too

    Hey suckers its all an act
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Riiiiiight.
    "Almost all close games are lost by the losers, not won by the winners." - Gen Neyland

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    Default Grassley hints at Kennedy reitrement.

    Can we get to a 6-3 or 7-2 constitutionalist court? Can we get back to Madison?

    Then what of an Article V convention?

    Belize might have to wait a bit longer.

    http://therightscoop.com/senate-judi...cotus-nominee/
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Default Tax reform

    Not sure I like the BAT as it seems like a blanket trade tariff. Would it create a trade war or would the other reforms entice foreign manufacturers to set up shop here and employ Americans?

    http://www.redstate.com/setonmotley/...mics%e2%80%99/
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Default A lot of big names have bit the dust over at Fox News but

    is it a Pyrrhic victory for the left? Nolte makes the case that its moving Fox even more to the right and its ratings have increased.

    I no longer have access to FoxNews or I might be tempted to tune in again. Its been many years since I was a regular viewer.

    I never cared for the blowhard populist O'Reilly. Now if they can just rid of Shep Smith!

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/15574/...lts-john-nolte
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Default 16 school choice studies indicate choice works

    "In all, today, there are now 16 experimental evaluations of school choice on academic achievement. Eleven find positive impacts, three find neutral or null effects, and two—both from uniquely prescriptive Louisiana—find negative effects...

    Unlike in the prior evaluation, they were able to leverage the IV technique to demonstrate that the D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program had a statistically significant positive effect on the reading outcomes of participating students two, three, and four years after beginning participation in the program, with the strongest gains accruing in the fourth year...."

    Yes it takes time to see the effects. The NYT article mentioned in another thread looked at a study after 1-2 years.
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    If we paired all these posts down to not include anecdotes, we could greatly reduce the word count on most of these posts.
    Do unto others before they do unto you

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    Quote Originally Posted by fl0at_ View Post
    If we paired all these posts down to not include anecdotes, we could greatly reduce the word count on most of these posts.
    Or teach him to Aaron Hernandez.
    Fire them all.

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    pared...just sayin
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Who is gsvol?
    It's not an excuse, it's an explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy View Post
    Who is gsvol?
    dc's long lost twin or alter ego.
    Cursed Ebola stricken zombies - this is Tennessee football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dc4utvols View Post
    pared...just sayin
    Peared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cotton View Post
    Peared.
    From the search engine owned by the alphabet:
    "pare
    per/
    verb
    past tense: pared; past participle: pared

    trim (something) by cutting away its outer edges.
    "Carlo pared his thumbnails with his knife"
    synonyms: cut (off), trim (off), peel (off), strip (off), skin; technicaldecorticate
    "pare the peel from the lemon"
    cut off the outer skin of (something).
    "pare off the rind using a peeler"
    reduce (something) in size, extent, quantity, or number, usually in a number of small successive stages.
    "union leaders publicly pared down their demands"
    synonyms: reduce, diminish, decrease, cut (back/down), trim, slim down, prune, curtail
    "domestic operations have been pared down"

    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French parer ‘adorn, prepare,’ also ‘peel, trim,’ from Latin parare ‘prepare.’"
    Baruch Haba B'shem Adonai​

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    Quote Originally Posted by dc4utvols View Post
    From the search engine owned by the alphabet:
    "pare
    per/
    verb
    past tense: pared; past participle: pared

    trim (something) by cutting away its outer edges.
    "Carlo pared his thumbnails with his knife"
    synonyms: cut (off), trim (off), peel (off), strip (off), skin; technicaldecorticate
    "pare the peel from the lemon"
    cut off the outer skin of (something).
    "pare off the rind using a peeler"
    reduce (something) in size, extent, quantity, or number, usually in a number of small successive stages.
    "union leaders publicly pared down their demands"
    synonyms: reduce, diminish, decrease, cut (back/down), trim, slim down, prune, curtail
    "domestic operations have been pared down"

    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French parer ‘adorn, prepare,’ also ‘peel, trim,’ from Latin parare ‘prepare.’"
    Paired.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmac61 View Post
    Not bright enough? Where does that even come from. I'm 31 years old and a highly decorated journalist. Ive done more things in 3 decades then most will in their entire life. I am certainly bright and intelligent. I work in a field that demands it.

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    pard.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmac61 View Post
    I tried. I will continue to embarrass you in front of your friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    pard.
    Is that like "par a tars"?
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    Not sure, pard.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmac61 View Post
    I tried. I will continue to embarrass you in front of your friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    Not sure, pard.
    That dude was a top 5 troll in internet history.
    Cursed Ebola stricken zombies - this is Tennessee football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    pard.
    I forgot about that guy
    Quote Originally Posted by Low Country Vol View Post
    What i saw last night was Stoops playing a well crafted game of chess. Jones was playing a game of checkers moving his piece back and forth like an idiot to avoid the king.
    9/13/15

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    What's the difference between Aaron Hernandez and this stupid ass troll?

    Hernandez knew when to hang it up.
    Fire them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dc4utvols View Post
    From the search engine owned by the alphabet:
    "pare
    per/
    verb
    past tense: pared; past participle: pared

    trim (something) by cutting away its outer edges.
    "Carlo pared his thumbnails with his knife"
    synonyms: cut (off), trim (off), peel (off), strip (off), skin; technicaldecorticate
    "pare the peel from the lemon"
    cut off the outer skin of (something).
    "pare off the rind using a peeler"
    reduce (something) in size, extent, quantity, or number, usually in a number of small successive stages.
    "union leaders publicly pared down their demands"
    synonyms: reduce, diminish, decrease, cut (back/down), trim, slim down, prune, curtail
    "domestic operations have been pared down"

    Origin
    Middle English: from Old French parer ‘adorn, prepare,’ also ‘peel, trim,’ from Latin parare ‘prepare.’"
    pear: a pome fruit of a tree (genus Pyrus, especially P. communis) of the rose family that typically has a pale green or brownish skin, a firm juicy flesh, and an oblong shape in which a broad base end tapers upward to a narrow stem end

    From middle English pere, from Old English peru, from Vulgar Latin *pira, from Latin, plural of pirum

    verbed form: to pear; simple past: peared; past perfect: had peareded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYYVol View Post
    What's the difference between Aaron Hernandez and this stupid ass troll?

    Hernandez knew when to hang it up.
    Damn, you're a savage.
    It's not an excuse, it's an explanation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indy View Post
    Damn, you're a savage.
    I don't speaka the new age. That good or bad? I hear it all the time.
    Fire them all.

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