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About BwareDWare94

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    I don't wanna rock and roll no more
  • Birthday 04/19/1989

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  1. BwareDWare94

    Who trades for Antonio Brown?

    If he comes back, somebody should just lay his ass out in practice. Preferably Burfict
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    Gun Control Poll

    I'll add comments to my answers when I can get to a computer. This is very well done, Thanatos. It's also exposing the truth of how much closer to similar thinking we all are on this issue.
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    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    Most people it fulfills. As for fatherlessness, we need to raise our sons to be better men, and we need to raise our daughters to select better men. It has to start at the individual level or it'll never not be a problem.
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    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    I meant it in the sense of family and children versus career and the illusion of freedom in the single life or childless life. There's much more freedom when direct purpose is present. The "happy" life depicted in pertual singledom is an illusion. Those people become aimless and lost.
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    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    Stabilizing the American family stops with demonizing marriage. It starts with telling people a career is more rewarding to a family. It starts with encouraging people to accept, when young, that life has more purpose when one had a committed relationship and children. There's freedom in having a direct purpose every single day.
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    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    I understand your point but childhood trauma is so common. More common than people realize. I personally think we need to intercept these individuals when they're developing as awkward, socially inept, bitter, angry adolescents and teenagers.
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    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    I think every single human being is capable of a heinous crime. We all could do something awful. The difference between you, me, and these awful individuals who commit atrocities is that you and me don't start down that path. You don't take good care of yourself, make good decisions, then decide to shoot up a public place. Committing a heinous crime starts with smaller bad decisions long before the crime takes place. In reality, a heinous crime is the culmination of a succession of bad decisions. Aside from that, to lump in these people with the mostly non-violent mentally ill is insensitive and lazy. Some people choose to do bad things. Can someone who commits an atrocity also have a mental illness? Sure, but I don't buy that it's something that's always present when something awful happens.
  8. BwareDWare94

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    I honestly don't think mental illness has much to do with gun violence. Am I wrong? The vast majority of mentally ill people aren't violent.
  9. BwareDWare94

    2020 Democratic Primary Race

    Most of this democratic field supports ideas that they say raid rich people's wallets, but in the end will end up raiding all of our wallets to pay for. Get behind Tulsi, folks. Fuck these other worthless clowns. FTR, I fully support Yang's UBI if wellfare and and other social support systems shrink drastically as a result. But he doesn't have a shot at the nomination, so it's irrelevant
  10. BwareDWare94

    '18-'19 NBA Season Thread

    Boys, I could not be happier for Kyle Lowry. My favorite NBA player by far. Incredible.
  11. BwareDWare94

    NBA Conference Finals

    The 4 best teams remain (yes, I think Portland is better than Houston. So was Denver). Who you got? My picks: Toronto 4-2. Kawhi against Giannis? C'mon, that's easy. Giannis is still limited offensively and Kawhi is every bit as strong and more proven. Between 2 similar players, always choose the bulldog. As long as the other Raptors don't allow the Bucks supporting cast to go wild, Toronto should win this series. Wild cards who could swing the series: Middleton, Lopez, Siakam, Lowry, Gasol. If any of these players is outstanding, the stress on the superstars fades. Golden State 4-2. Lillard and McCollum are nasty, but I just don't think the Blazers supporting cast is good enough to do much more than snag two games if the Splash Brothers go cold. My gut pick is 4-1, but I'll give the Blazers a second win. Wild Cards who could swing the series: Green, Kanter. If either plays above his head, it'll make a huge difference.
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    J-E-T-S New uniforms

    I shit you not, these look like the current UND uniforms. This is embarrassing for the Jets
  13. BwareDWare94

    Best Defense of The Decade

    2015 Denver playoff run.
  14. BwareDWare94

    Trump Regime thread.

    Is Biden willing to smear and demean his Democratic competition? I'm not sure about that. I think he might play Trump's game against Trump, but the Democrats need a no-question nominee most of all.
  15. BwareDWare94

    Trump Regime thread.

    The only way that we'll have a Democratic President come 2020 is if someone emerges from this field of tepid water that has the guts to play Trump's game. Be abrasive and stand out, even if it makes him/her look like an ass. Do what Trump did in the overcrowded 2016 Republican field--reach out and snag the nomination for yourself and bring the big stick come Debate time. Trump is assertive and convincing for a lot of people. The Democrats need the same thing, but I don't believe anyone will run away with the nomination, which essentially dilutes all of their chances, and therefore the Democratic party's.
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