User Profile: Rowgue


Member Since: September 27, 2010


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  • April 14, 2015 at 5:23am

    While those are good solid defensive plays they are not news worthy. They aren’t the sort of plays that only happen a handful of times in a generation or something.

    Are people really that easily impressed these days? Or are they just shocked when they see somebody actually make an effort defensively because it’s become so commonplace for players to be all hitting and nothing else?

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  • [2] April 14, 2015 at 4:55am

    It’s a logic problem. But the problem is it can’t be answered as it’s written. The answer they intend you to arrive at cannot be arrived at with the information given. It’s a poorly written question by someone starting with an answer and trying to reverse engineer a question for it, but they failed miserably.

  • [4] April 14, 2015 at 4:51am

    The so called “answer” to this question is nonsense.

    In order to arrive at that conclusion you have to assume things not in evidence. You have no way of knowing what the fictional characters reasoning was for saying what they said and no mathematical or logical way of figuring it out. The answer they want you to arrive at can only be arrived at if the fictional characters explain why they know what they know/don’t know.

    It’s a very poorly written question that cannot be answered as constructed.

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  • [4] April 14, 2015 at 4:28am

    Much ado about nothing.

    Classifying this as child abuse makes a farce of the whole concept.

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  • [-1] April 14, 2015 at 4:21am

    He didn’t lose the race because he slowed down to celebrate. He had nothing left and the other guy did, simple as that.

    The only “mistake” he made was looking like a fool because he thought the crowd was cheering for him rather than the guy about to pass him. Yes he celebrated prematurely and looked like an idiot, but he lost the race because the other guy beat him. There was never any slowing down.

  • [1] July 15, 2014 at 12:12am

    Total nonsense. Sorry but Glenn is dead wrong on this one. You can talk all you want about us being our own worst enemy but in reality it’s just that we are honest with ourselves and don’t just blindly follow people that have self appointed themselves as our leaders. We can say somebody we generally agree with is wrong on something. Brain dead liberals can’t.

    Sorry but the kids are simply being used to generate sympathy and you’re not only falling for it and playing into it, but encouraging it to be done on an ever larger scale.

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  • July 14, 2014 at 11:46pm

    People need to shut up about Derek Jeter already. He was a good ball player nothing more and nothing less. All this nonsense about him being “one of the game’s greatest players” or “one of the greatest of all time” is ridiculous. He was never at any point in his career even the best shortstop among his immediate peers. He racked up a lot of numbers because he played a long time, and there is something to be said for playing a long time, but his impact on the game and his stature amongst his peers is being overblown to idiotic levels.

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  • May 21, 2014 at 11:29am

    Clearly staged.

  • [5] May 21, 2014 at 11:02am

    Having your opponent stop the fight because he’s afraid you’re so incompetent he’s literally going to kill or maim you is probably more humiliating and eye opening than just getting your ass kicked a little bit.

  • [4] May 21, 2014 at 10:32am

    15mph over the speed limit isn’t a felony, it’s just considered reckless driving rather than simple speeding. Still a misdemeanor and a traffic violation which by law in every state in the country prohibit the restraining, detention, and arrest of individuals suspected of such violations.

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  • March 17, 2014 at 12:58am

    I get where you’re coming from but this isn’t an activist judge.

    Our entire legal system is built upon the explicit principle that you have the right to confront your accuser and see any and all evidence against you. It is not some trivial technicality.

    Witness protection can be arranged if it’s warranted, but under the law no case can even be prosecuted without a named complainant. Substituting the state of xxxxx as the complainant does not meet that legal requirement.

  • March 17, 2014 at 12:48am

    I’m not seeing the issue here. Nobody else is allowed to carry a gun into that building, off duty police should be no different. They aren’t there in an official capacity as police officers, they are there off duty in the capacity of lobbyists. They should be treated exactly the same as any other citizen, which they were.

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  • March 17, 2014 at 12:41am

    That’s asinine. When you’re about to end somebodies life, you HAVE to be sure the situation warrants it. Thinking somebody might possibly be reaching for a weapon is not enough to warrant putting a hole through his face. If that’s your reaction in a similar scenario then you’ve got no business being in law enforcement. Again as I’ve said already under the law police are extended no such special exemption where they can kill people on a whim simply because they were frightened by what later turned out to be some innocuous action.

    You can’t simply chalk it up to being human and say sometimes we get it wrong when you’re killing people. That is not acceptable.

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  • March 17, 2014 at 12:30am

    That’s the big lie by the people that always defend these senseless police shootings. Yes it’s a dangerous job and the possibility does exist that police will get shot at. But the reality is that it’s exceedingly rare for someone to actually shoot at an officer.

    People have been watching too much tv and too many movies depicting every suspect pulling out a machine gun and blazing away at cops. It just isn’t reality. Even in most cases where suspects actually have guns they are rarely ever brandished let alone actually used. Incidents of police being shot at are the very rare exception, and police shouldn’t be being trained to behave as if it’s the norm.

  • March 17, 2014 at 12:20am

    Anybody else would be on trial for murder right now regardless of the circumstances that lead up to it. It’s outrageous that police are allowed to do a cursory “internal investigation” and then summarily exonerate an officer of any wrongdoing. There are no exemptions granted to police under the law that allows such action. It’s blatantly illegal and one of the major contributing factors of the out of control militarized police we have on the streets these days. A jury should be deciding these cases, not a supervising officer. If a janitor shoots somebody we don’t allow his supervisor to decide he’s not criminally responsible. Again under the law police are extended no such exemption from the law.

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  • March 13, 2014 at 2:14pm

    That’s because smooth soled shoes aren’t designed to walk on wet surfaces.

  • March 13, 2014 at 2:12pm

    Minor league hockey is what you’re describing, but minor league hockey has always been like that. This fight was clearly staged and planned and not really a fight but a display of two guys punching each other. But that’s been going on in minor league hockey since it started. All minor league sports are the same way. They have to make them into some sort of spectacle for people to come out to watch.

    The pro game is anything but what you’re describing however. Your idea of how things “used” to be is ass backwards. The pro game used to be almost as if not as much a game of goons and no talent clowns as the minor league game. It’s gotten further and further away from that every single year. There will always be guys that are just dirty players and most teams will continue to carry a guy on their roster that serves no purpose but to go take a run at a guy when they feel like they need a spark. But you don’t have teams with those guys making up half their roster anymore.

  • March 13, 2014 at 1:41pm

    I would have thought the market for stolen smartphones and tablets would have dried up when the government started providing them at no cost.

  • March 12, 2014 at 5:52am

    This is a stupid “controversy”. They can’t legally provide a drug to somebody that doesn’t yet have fda approval. People are trying to make this out like it’s a greedy drug company letting somebody die, but those people clearly have no clue about how hamstrung pharmaceutical companies are by the fda. This company having folded to public pressure if they provide the drug will be breaking the law and exposing themselves to an almost certain consent decree from the fda that can carry hundreds of millions of dollars in penalties. The drug could POSSIBLY help this one person, but that action could very possibly mean the end of the company.

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  • March 12, 2014 at 5:20am

    I don’t really get all the proclamations of “mystery”. The plane was very obviously hijacked. And it’s more than likely that it crashed when the hijacking went bad.

    The only mystery is where it went down. But given that they have no idea where it was once the transponder was turned off it’s likely that question will never be answered.

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