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CS85 last won the day on February 27

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About CS85

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    flossing daily since 2000-something
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  1. I'm 100% behind both moves.
  2. Cars 3 was fine. It was better than Cars 2, but 3 hours of Marlon Brando eating raw placenta would be better than Cars 2. And this is part of the issue. Cars 3 was a redemption story about Lightning McQueen under the premise that he's old and washed up, getting vindicated in a way that you don't really see coming, and concluding in a way that's sort of muddled but whatever, it's Pixar's trashiest franchise. Cars 3 would've actually had a lot more meaning and depth if Cars 2 wasn't Mater's European Fart Adventure. Lightning's character in Cars goes through a lot of growth, but in the sequel he's a tertiary character that plays a bit part to Mater's dumb ass. By the time we get to Cars 3 we've almost forgotten that Lightning's been around as long as he has, and with his age being the biggest crux of the plotline, it's a shame they chose to make the sequel about an inbred tow truck.
  3. Jimmy Butler's trainer had some interesting takes on the Bulls front office.
  4. Bulls send Jimmy Butler to the Wolves. @KCJHoop The Bulls are getting Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the 7th pick, per sources. Bulls keep 16th pick.
  5. That's one part of it I'm sure, but the other thing is that he works under Triple H and not Vince. JBL is a cancerous asshat, sure, but Vince wants commentators to jockey WWE into being this week-to-week flea circus for autistic children who like shiny objects and vivid colors. Triple H wants a wrestling product that falls into the more traditional realms of storytelling, and Mauro is perfect for that.
  6. Mauro is back w/ WWE and will be the voice of NXT. Good to hear.
  7. Nothing convenient about a hardy two-way hall of famer going down with a defense-poor, wobbly roster on the cusp of a transitional phase. Just because it gives the Blackhawks some cap room doesn't mean they're a better team because of it - far from it. A lot, and I mean a lot of non-Chicago fans are so salty over this, as if they just won the cup. They got swept in embarrassing fashion in a first round romp, and that was with a healthy-ish (by NHL standards) roster after a middling, unremarkable season. I get the hate against these "favored" franchises, but if anyone thinks this is some grand shadow op by the NHL and the Blackhawks, take off the tinfoil hats and see the Blackhawks for what they are now, not what they were 2010-2015.
  8. The allergy/rash has retired players before, if you read the S-T article. Hossa wouldn’t be the first player to retire early because of such an allergy. “The Gunk,” as it was known in the 1970s and 1980s, affected many players, and drove former Hawks and North Stars defenseman Tom Reid out of the game in 1978.
  9. Twitter went public but nobody cared, and they've started hemorrhaging their integrity in order to keep themselves as profitable as possible and on the tongues of the general public. Courtesy of our moron president and a bunch of alt-right Sovereign Citizen types, twitter is stuck in this impotent loop regarding accounts being racist, spreading lies/hate, etc. It's also denying responsibility for capitalizing/sharpening the culture of immediacy we live in today, for better (uncensored observations in the moment) and worse (out of context unmerited outrage fuel, hazing, bullying, anonymous trolling).
  10. eh, not really all that surprising. Doesn't much change how sad it is she passed away. She was never going to escape her demons.
  11. It's like a comment section from the local newspaper got shart-blasted onto this message board.