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In Topic: Pat Summitt Passes Away At The Age Of 64

Today, 12:08 PM

View PostDakWillAlwaysBe2ndBest, on 28 June 2016 - 11:15 AM, said:

Its crazy to me.  She only just retired 4 years ago.  How did her condition deteriorate so rapidly?  Did they diagnose it late?  Just seems odd to me.  She was only 64.

Both my wife's grandma's have had the disease for 8+ years now and aren't passing (apparently) anytime real soon.

Pat had early onset, which apparently hits a lot harder and faster than regular Alzheimers.

In Topic: Pat Summitt Passes Away At The Age Of 64

Today, 10:54 AM

There will never be another Pat Summitt. The greatest to  ever coach, all things considered, regardless of sport.

In Topic: SEC Coaches ranked

Yesterday, 06:28 PM

In 2001 the SEC had Steve Spurrier, Phillip Fulmer, Nick Saban, Jackie Sherrill, David Cutcliffe, Lou Holtz, Mark Richt, and Tommy Tuberville coaching teams.

...What the hell happened to us?

In Topic: Deadliest Mass Shooting in US History

20 June 2016 - 06:24 PM

View Postsmokeyone, on 20 June 2016 - 05:48 PM, said:

Not really, it's the deadliest single shooter incident in modern US history. Far from the deadliest mass shooting in history.

And the fact the deadliest shooting in modern US history only killed 50. A Chinese guy with a knife a few years ago killed twice as many in less time in China. In fact if you look at the time frame and the weapon used and the supposed level of training dude had as an op it was a failure if the goal was to just kill folks.

I don't see how a Chinese guy being able to kill a bunch of people with a knife(or whether or not this guy "succeeded or failed") is a reason suspected terrorists(who they went as far as putting on a no fly list) should be allowed to purchase a gun.

In Topic: Deadliest Mass Shooting in US History

20 June 2016 - 05:42 PM

View Postnova, on 20 June 2016 - 05:20 PM, said:

if you have enough evidence to strip someone's rights, you have enough evidence to arrest and indict them.....

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You would think, but apparently not since we're talking about the deadliest mass shooting in history.