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    Re: National, Regional and Local News

    I get the concern about the companies manufacturing opioid medications. I'm not following the concern about pharmacies that fill prescriptions.

    What should concern everyone most is the...
  2. Re: Wimbledon 2019 Bracket Prediction Challenge

    Well done! The medals have been awarded!
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    Re: Green Acres 2019: Scoreboard

    Congratulations to the winners! Your medals have been awarded!

    (And I apologize for the typo in the medal--Greet Acres instead of Green Acres. Unfortunately, I don't know how to fix that.)
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    Re: Congrats WSP '19 Men's Winners!

    Congratulations to the winners! Well done! Your medals have been awarded!

    Fun facts: This was leaker's first medal ever. And for Tilminator, not only is it Tiliminator's first medal; this was also...
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 13 OoP & Discussion

    Not me. I was ready for it to be over, one way or another.
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 13 OoP & Discussion

    Someone somewhere is already plotting and planning Strokes of Genius II.
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    Re: The Music Thread

    Is there anything really interesting happening in music at the moment? I was driving around this afternoon and was listening to NY Z100 on Sirius (pop). It was depressing. I was on the road for about...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Random, Random 2.0

    Very thoughtful post, nelslus. I have zero doubt that BJK did, and made decisions based on, what was important to her and perhaps even felt was required of her at the time. With all of that in her...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Random, Random 2.0

    I'm also a bit mystified that Billie Jean King said what she originally said. She played a key role in establishing the women's tour--something that no doubt consumed an enormous amount of time and...
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    Sticky: Re: Tennis Random, Random 2.0

    Meanwhile, no one nowhere would even think to suggest that perhaps Roger Federer might still be #1 and have 25 major titles if he hadn't wasted so much time on supporting the education of children in...
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    Re: UPDATED: Men's P&R - WSP '19

    Sorry about that, folks! The thread was ready to go in a secret place contest staff call The Construction Dungeon... It just never got moved. Until now! Go!
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    Re: WSP ‘19 Men’s Final Picks

    Open!
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    And the Roger-Vasselin serve was the difference. So thrilled for Farah and Cabal... Sorry, Madame.
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    Closing the roof for the fifth set.
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    Barty was overdue for a bad day at the office. All players have them, even the greats. We just didn't know when it was going to happen.
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    If you have nothing else to do, the men's doubles final is fantastic. Two tiebreaks, 1 set all, very few break points, but oodles and oodles and oodles of deuces. All four men are playing incredibly...
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    BTW, in case you missed it, Mahut got clobbered just above his left eye socket by a 120+ mph overhead (after the ball bounced). They had to stop play for 10 minutes for him to get treatment. Mahut...
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    Not sure, and we don't want him. He'll go out of his way to insert himself into the match.
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    I don't wanna wait that long! :)

    I'm guessing it will probably be Alison Hughes--she's a Brit and hasn't been in the chair for a final since 2015. Or maybe James Keovathong, except he did the...
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    Re: Great Tennis Journalism

    I told all of you silly people that Chrissie would save the day... See?
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    Re: '19 Wmbldn Day 12 OoP & Discussion

    How do we find out who will be in the chair for the women's final?
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    Re: Celebrity News

    He finally ditched the sock...
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    Re: Other Sports Random, Random

    On the flip side of the coin, a British male friend made a great point on Facebook a few days back. His exact post: "I hate seeing posts calling the USA team great role models for women. They’re role...
  24. Re: 2019 Wimbledon YCWJ: Scoreboard and Lounge

    Well done, tenedab! Your medal has been awarded!
  25. Re: UPDATED: WSP'19 Women's Picks & Results Thread

    And to think... Wimbledon is the easiest of the suicide pools because there's only 1 R16 pick and 1 QF pick.
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