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Updated 2 year old cover that was actually updated like 2 years ago. Cool.

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Looks like a bot account reposting something popular to karma farm.

Onside kick with 6 minutes??

Games not over, can't go 3 and out and let fsu throw deep balls

Announcers jinx

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Raycom sucks. That's all I have to add here.

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Title pretty much says it. I don't remember ever changing my password, but after clearing the cache I was logged out of reddit and the saved password no longer logs me in. However on my phone I'm still logged in the mobile browser, but if I try to go to settings to change the password or add an email, it switches to the desktop version of the browser automatically and logs me out. But if I go back to mobile it's still logged in as evidence by the fact I can post this. Is there any trick to getting reddit settings to work in the mobile browser so I can change my password?

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2 points · 12 days ago

You can log out, change from the mobile site to the desktop site on mobile, and then where it shows you to log in there is a reset password button. From there you can type in your username and email to reset your password.

You can also click login on desktop and reset your password from there

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Original Poster1 point · 12 days ago

But I don't have an email attached to the account. That's my problem. I'm on mobile right now, sill logged in but if I tell it to switch to desktop version of the browser on my phone it logs me out. Same if it ask it to go to settings, it automatically tries to enter setting in the desktop version of the browser, not the mobile version. So I can't add an email or change the password.

Do you know if there's a way to force it to open settings as a mobile version?

35 points · 12 days ago

I don't know if it's been posted yet but this hard hit from the UC - Miami (OH) game.

https://twitter.com/nacolosimo/status/1038583075544997889

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Big hit

358 points · 12 days ago

also Sen. Ben Sasse: *refuses to exercise Constitutional oversight duties*

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Yup, this sudden public outpouring of concern from Sasse on many issues is the start of his 2020 audition. Complete with plenty of old hits like "both sides are the same" and "Liberals want to take away free speech on campus".

215 points · 12 days ago · edited 12 days ago

Woodward reveals that Mr Trump wanted to send a tweet ordering US military dependents – thousands of family members of 28,500 troops - to leave South Korea.

That would do it. North Korea's leverage over the US is that they could wipe out thousands of US lives in 90 minutes of artillery shelling. Evacuation order = Imminent US military strike, which means they might as well launch everything they have since it is their last chance to do any damage.

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I remember this being reported on last year actually. That he was considering doing it and that Mattis had to talk him out of it, I think.

He understands nothing about the logistics of personnel movement or the cost (despite how he often tweets about how his military decisions are "saving millions"). I don't think he can even grasp the concept of how many people that is, since he's always telling himself that his crowds are so large.

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10 points · 12 days ago

No.. The intercept.. where Glenn Greenwald has been polishing Russia's knob for quite some time.. therefore Putin.

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Also, this reads more like an op-ed piece but isn't labeled as such.

Did this game really start 5 hours ago or was there a delay?

16 points · 12 days ago

Amazing how Samford’s kicker makes kicks.

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rip turntle

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5 points · 13 days ago · edited 13 days ago

117 points with Dungey in something like 6 and a half quarters. Team seems to deflate when he's out.

Easily could've had 70+ in both games if he never came out.

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And they intentionally stayed away from a lot of QB draw plays today that were vicious against WMU. Trying to keep him from getting dinged up before FSU. He could have rushed for a lot more against Wagner if they wanted him to.

She's great, but I want a candidate that'll go after corruption like a damn pittbull. Only senator I know of who's done that is Warren

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Warren would be a better VP. I'm not saying she can't win but I don't see her exciting Michigan, Wisc, Florida, or Penn.

Plus, we might need her to stay in the senate and help craft legislation to avoid the coming economic collapse from the tax cuts.

Seeing Bass Pro Shops on there is lame. It should be a museum or a hotel or something. Not a department store.

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28 points · 14 days ago · edited 14 days ago

The Carrier dome is a brutalist monstrosity completely out of place among the architecture of the rest of campus.

Also it's a football stadium we play basketball in.

Edit: Oh yeah and it's one of the last air supported domes in the world and the school is replacing the dome with a hard roof in the next 5 years.

his foot was out earlier than that spot

No flag for the late toss out of bound there?

Hey, WMU fans any update on that guy that got taken off the field in a backboard last week?

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151 points · 14 days ago

7 investigations, 0 indictments, millions of tax dollars wasted.

Are you sure you want to go there?

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More time than the 9/11 commission.

Wait so when it’s about Brett Kavanaugh there’s an uproar ? Its literally the same amount .

So, Stacey Abrams blew her money on baseball tickets and then had that debt mysteriously paid off by an unknown benefactor? Her debt isn't primarily from school and medical bills? Let's see your sources.

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"baseball tickets"

446 points · 14 days ago · edited 14 days ago

I'm surprised no one's found out who his bookie is yet.

Edit: Also, carrying debt like that is a national security concern. The man is eminently bribe-able and it's the reason the FBI investigates your credit history and debt before giving you a clearance. And this man will play a pivotal role in determining how the government operates with respect to national security, privacy, and free speech. We should be sure that anyone on that court can not be bought. (except that we already know he his bought and paid for by the federalist society)

Hell I carry that much debt and can pay it off Monday morning.

Once you get to a certain point, you start making debt work for you to maintain a certain level of liquidity.

And I'm willing to bet I don't make as much as kav.

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Hell I carry that much debt and can pay it off Monday morning.

Are you on a federal judge's salary?

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30 points · 14 days ago · edited 14 days ago

I suspect it already is. I give it a month or two before the market starts to collapse under it's own weight. Republicans might have actually staved off the blue wave if they had done their tax bill now. People would have still bought it, and it wouldn't have been shown to be such a giveaway to the rich until after the election. They were too eager to raid America's piggy bank and couldn't wait though. Republicans are the parent that constantly chastises their kid to be more responsible with their allowance, then raids the kid's piggy bank for beer money while they're at school because they blew their paycheck at the casino.

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https://twitter.com/davidfrum/status/1038032938078810112

Ominous chart from Bloomberg today. Trump tariffs are biting

Can we stop calling them tariffs and just call them what they are:

Taxes on consumers. That's who is going to foot the bill on these.

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Original Poster2 points · 14 days ago

The Associated Press agrees with you. Their headline - Trump: Ready to tax an additional $267B in Chinese imports

273 points · 14 days ago

In related documents made public Friday, Bechard alleges Broidy sexually assaulted her repeatedly, lied to her by saying he didn’t have herpes, refused to use birth control and got her pregnant, and coerced her into having an abortion.

“The public will have access to the unredacted complaint,” California Superior Court Judge Elizabeth White said at a hearing.

Holy Fuck

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So it really was him huh? Well I'm surprised but at least the truth is coming out. Avenatti shouldn't have intimated the way he did that this woman was also involved with Trump if he wants to run for office.

Yesterday he was taking shots at Booker after the Republicans withdrew their bogus "confidential" claims on the documents he released. But his handling of this case is very similar now that we know she wasn't involved with Trump.

Original Poster47 points · 14 days ago

Geoffrey S. Berman, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, William F. Sweeney, Jr., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), and David E. Beach, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Secret Service New York Field Office (“USSS”) announced today that ANDREI TYURIN, a/k/a “Andrei Tiurin,” was extradited from the country of Georgia. TYURIN was arrested by Georgian authorities at the request of the United States for charges arising from his participation in a massive computer hacking campaign targeting U.S. financial institutions, brokerage firms, financial news publishers, and other American companies. These hacks included the largest theft of customer data from a U.S. financial institution in history. TYURIN is charged with committing these crimes with Gery Shalon, a/k/a “Garri Shalelashvili,” a/k/a “Gabriel,” a/k/a “Gabi,” a/k/a “Phillipe Mousset,” a/k/a “Christopher Engeham”; Joshua Samuel Aaron, a/k/a “Mike Shields”; and Ziv Orenstein, a/k/a “Aviv Stein,” a/k/a “John Avery,” in furtherance of securities market manipulation, illegal online gambling, and payment processing fraud schemes perpetrated by Shalon, Aaron, Orenstein, and their co-conspirators.

Georgia does not appear to be on the list of countries w/ an US extradition treaty, so I wonder why they did so?

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Dunno, but we missed out on one of the hackers on the Russia investigation radar who was held in Greece. They gave him to Russia instead of us.

Also, Papadopoulos happened to tell the Greeks in 2016 Russia had hacked "Clinton emails".

Papadopoulos happened to tell the Greeks in 2016

I must have forgotten this detail. Aside from being of Greek descent, why was Coffee Boy speaking to the Greek government in official capacity?

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A board consisting of three GOP elections officials will hear Hammet’s opposition Monday afternoon. While Kobach typically sits on the board, he has recused himself from the last few hearings and will likely send a representative in his place on Monday.

"I would be kind of foolish if I didn’t think I’d be walking basically up to a wall,” Hammet said about his chances of success. “These are three Republicans whose future is attached to Kris Kobach being the nominee and they don’t have interests in opening up these questions.”

That second paragraph.

Sorry Barack, but that's just not true. A minority of them lack the backbone and a majority of them welcome the destruction of democracy.

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