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kq4ym
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kq4ym,
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12/11/2017 | 12:49:53 PM
Re: What about Oracle and GE Digital
With only a few days to go before the FCC meeting and decision on neutrality, it will be a wonder that the big guys get their Christmas present early this year and the millions and millions of folks with public comments get coal in their stockings.
mendyk
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11/28/2017 | 10:58:39 AM
Re: Trolled
Belichick would definitely scare some people who could use a little scaring right now. And ... no tweets.
brooks7
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11/28/2017 | 10:44:54 AM
Re: Trolled
If you are going Belichick...I think Greg Popovich is a much better choice.  But if we are sticking to football, maybe Colin Kaepernick - he still needs a job.  Belichik has one.

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mendyk
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11/28/2017 | 9:53:48 AM
Re: Trolled
How about Bill Belichick?
KBode
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KBode,
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11/27/2017 | 7:36:32 PM
Re: Trolled
Please no.

Let's at least have some fun with it if we're going to elect celebrities hence forth. I feel like Mr. T would be an inspired choice. :)
KBode
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KBode,
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11/27/2017 | 7:35:51 PM
Re: ATT+TW
"It's just funny, Randall went all-in on praising Trump and he got nuffink for his pains."

Me thinks in that instance, it's only because Rupert had a bit MORE influence.
DanJones
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11/27/2017 | 7:30:43 PM
Re: Trolled
I've heard Oprah, Clooney, and Mark Cuban touted as possibilities. They better hope Grumpy Cat doesn't decide to run!
KBode
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KBode,
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11/27/2017 | 6:58:12 PM
Re: Trolled
Yes at this point I think we're just lucky we're not electing inatimate objects like walnuts, etc. I'm kind of terrified of who'll lead us next. Zuckerberg and his phony balogna could be an upgrade. No, wait, no thanks. 
Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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11/27/2017 | 5:26:18 PM
Re: ATT+TW
@Dan: Flatterers only get so far in life -- even with guys like Trump.
DanJones
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DanJones,
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11/27/2017 | 4:55:29 PM
Re: ATT+TW
It's just funny, Randall went all-in on praising Trump and he got nuffink for his pains.
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