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    Mason v. Baker Tonight

    1) Precisely, Garrett swinging a helmet starts and stops with him. The second you start pointing to the culture from which someone operates as influencing their actions, you start dimensioning their autonomy and thus their responsibility. 2) I pointed out why I thought you were mistaken. 3)...
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    Mason v. Baker Tonight

    I guess I’m missing something here because your point is lost on me. I specifically said Rudolph was not innocent but what Rudolph did and what Garrett did are not equivalents in any rational way. To suggest Garrett did not act in an insane and arguably criminal way is delusional. I don’t say...
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    Mason v. Baker Tonight

    Couldn’t agree more with literally all of that and dont see how that has anything to do with what I said... There’s a massive leap from a team with a toxic culture to a jackass wielding a helmet. Just because someone is a part of a group doesn’t negate personal responsibility.
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    Mason v. Baker Tonight

    I’m a little confused, so Rudolph and Garrett are equally responsible for Garrett hitting Rudolph with a helmet? I’m not suggesting that Rudolph is innocent in this, but there is no way to rationalize what Garrett did. One is acting foolishly, one is acting criminally.
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    Mason v. Baker Tonight

    I hate Mayfield as much as the next guy, but this has nothing to do with him. It starts and ends with Garrett.
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    Watson suspended from team

    Not to mention we don’t even know what the case entails or whether he is guilty.
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    Official Game Thread: Oklahoma State vs. Oregon State

    Liar. It took way too long.
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    Active shooter Virginia Beach Municipal Center

    Here's my perspective, the removal of guns is not feasible and that can be demonstrated in countless ways. If we can demonstrate that, there is no need to defend the "if" gun removal was possible scenario (i.e., keeping guns off the streets). I view my perspective as giving no ground because I...
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    Active shooter Virginia Beach Municipal Center

    I would ask that you read the whole post in context and probably my previous post too. I am not saying the removal of guns is what I would advocate for (it is absolutely not). That comment is saying the fact that we can't stop guns from coming across the boarder simply does not play a huge role...
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    Active shooter Virginia Beach Municipal Center

    I agree. It has been demonstrated through numerous examples that it is nearly impossible to prevent someone from getting their hands on a product that is relatively easily produced (i.e., produced elsewhere and smuggled in). However, I think it is a moot point until a viable option method for...
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    Active shooter Virginia Beach Municipal Center

    Thanks for the reply, I really do appreciate your candor! I know my post is a novel, so no worries if you don't make it through it. I just love talking about this stuff with good people in a nice manner (both of us are Cowboys after all haha). I think you hit on some very good. For example, I...
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    Active shooter Virginia Beach Municipal Center

    Clearly, there are flaws within our nations approach to solving gun violence, and there’s a very heated debate on abortion. I’m interested in how you propose going about solving these issues. Would you mind outlining your positions on those two issues? Note, I rarely visit this side of the...