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He definitely could. Players rarely have leverage to decide where they'll get drafted. If Lawrence gets the opportunity to tell a poorly run team to pound sand rather than draft him, he absolutely should. How often does Eli Manning think about people he doesn't know whining about him "not being a true competitor" for refusing to play for San Diego when he's shining up his 2 Superbowl rings? I bet never.19 AnswersFootball (American)3 days ago
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I have a credit card that I use to purchase things I need. I don’t like using credit, so I avoid it as much as I can. I use to pay for my credit card bill in advance, but someone told me that is bad for my credit score. For example, if I expected to have $200 charged to my card this month, I would make sure my credit balance is -$200. It’s almost as if I was using a debit card. Is this bad for my credit score? I bank with chase is that makes a difference.10 AnswersCredit3 days ago
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Would you agree there IS a bit of nastiness with how this election is being run, and ALL of it is by Trump supporters?
--Armed people show up to polls
In St. Petersburg, Florida, two people dressed as armed security guards were reported outside an early voting site on Oct. 21.
--Voters in Black Lives Matters shirts rejected at polls
A poll worker in Memphis, Tennessee, was fired last week for turning voters away who were wearing masks and T-shirts that read "Black Lives Matter."
--False robocalls and mailers
two conservative operatives were charged with making false robocalls to residents in majority-Black Detroit saying that if they voted by mail, they could face debt collection and forced vaccination.21 AnswersPolitics23 hours ago
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"You Literally Can't Believe The Facts Tucker Carlson Tells You. So Say Fox's Lawyers"
"Fox's lawyers: The "'general tenor' of the show should then inform a viewer that [Carlson] is not 'stating actual facts' about the topics he discusses and is instead engaging in 'exaggeration' and 'non-literal commentary.' "65 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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FOX in the mornings.29 AnswersOther - Television2 days ago
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Moderna is on track to ship 30,000,000 doses of vaccine by eoy2020. So, would you rather have Biden shutdowns, or record setting cooperation?
That is 10% of the population, by eoy, and more being produced.11 AnswersPolitics2 hours ago
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Now that NBC has exposed the bogus Hunter Biden smears and discovered that a fake man named "Martin Aspen" was behind it ...?
all, I’m calling on Tucker Carlson, Charlie Kirk, Rudy Giuliani, Fox News and Donald Trump to all apologize to Joe and Hunter Biden. W
ho’s with me?10 AnswersPolitics2 hours ago
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