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Also by BrotherJohn+12The case of Julius Jones in Oklahoma is a flagrant example of injustice. He did not commit the murder that he was wrongly convicted of. The so-called evidence presented was circumstancial at best. Even the man who confessed to the murder is out now. Julius Jones is innocent and should be released, and if possible compensated for the past 20 some years wrongly spent in jail! Amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+110people who eat finger food with more than 3 fingers make me uncomfortable, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+88People not tied to a wheelchair have a Stand ability, amirite?
Also about Money & Economics+73Whistling while you work annoys more people than it cheers up, amirite?
Also by BrotherJohn+130To those anti-vaxxers who are such because they still value having a choice, I say: So do I...normally. So "Why don't you feel that way now?" you ask? One big reason is that you die without it. Other reasons include: 1. Researchers in the medical community have been working on the vaccine for almost 20 years, so it is not something that they just came up with and tested recently. 2. We have the best medical/scientific minds in the world. Folks from other countries still clamor to come here for their medical care. Amirite?
Also by BrotherJohn+24Time for some college football talk. We just saw the first College Football Playoff prediction show on ESPN. I think the CFP committee really screwed up. There is no way that Alabama should be listed at #2. They lost to a Texas A&M team that was, at the time, not ranked at all. That alone should have dropped Alabama to at least #15. Also, just because Michigan State has a come back victory against in-state rival Michigan, they are now #3? I don't think so. Finally, listing Oregon at #4 was the "last straw". Like Alabama, Oregon lost to a team (Stanford) who was unrated at the time. Amirite? More