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  1. I'm all about that show. That's crazy bc so many people complained about it as Sorkin's Soapbox, but for the most part I thought it walked a strong line. Now I'm imagining the Good Fight as basically a dramatized Young Turks.
  2. You got me curious, but I recently started Deadwood, so I doubt I'll check it out before I finish. I read that the Good Fight is kinda preachy. Did you ever watch the Newsroom? Is it like that?
  3. Btw, is there a thread about abortion? I post this here bc a search for the term pointed me here
  4. This shit was huge in high school
  5. Vote for Nolder in 2020. He promises a nuclear warhead in every home.
  6. Never been big hockey watcher. Loved The Mighty Ducks, but otherwise not so much.
  7. I read the most savage movie review recently:
  8. Did...did you not look at a synopsis or a movie poster before you went to see it?
  9. The movie choices of some people in this thread are very surprising.
  10. Ack - I would have if I'd seen it in time
  11. More like Rise of Yet Another Skywalker The family is overdrawn like my college bank account. The stories should move on instead of pandering to nostalgia.
  12. I think I agree. Did he do something stupid, dangerous, and idiotic? yes. Do I think he's scum for doing it? yeah, sure. Should he be sent to jail? Doubtful. Dude probably will be shamed wherever he goes and probably won't be acting again, so since he didn't physically hurt anyone except for himself, I think it's probably fair not to put him in prison with violent offenders. I more or less agree with Foxx in that we should mostly be putting dangerous offenders in jail.
  13. https://theintercept.com/2019/04/01/jussie-smollett-kim-foxx-chicago/?fbclid=IwAR05T-L22HF7tq8e-YHegZudc-C68pKyxKsXnCmZV-uGEYN7ALUvxGVOBCs Read this article the other day and thought it made some interesting points. Here are a few snippets. " Kim Foxx was elected prosecutor over the fierce objections of the police, of Emanuel, and of the backers of the old paradigm. She ran as a reformer, arguing that the current approach is broken and that prosecutors should look for ways, when possible, to resolve problems without resorting to incarceration. The power of the office, she said, should be re-oriented toward the most dangerous and harmful of crimes." "Smollett, Foxx reminded readers, committed a Class 4 felony, the least serious category, and is suffering massive personal and career consequences. Should he also be put behind bars? “I was elected on a promise to rethink the justice system, to keep people out of prison who do not pose a danger to the community,” she wrote." And as to the recusal part: "Foxx, because she had previously communicated with a relative of Smollett’s, recused herself from the decision-making process. But she’s standing by her deputy’s call."
  14. Couldn't find a thread on prison reform so I thought this might be the next best since it's probably divisive. How do we feel about Jussie Smollet not being prosecuted?
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