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    Stillwater Game Thread

    OSU was fortunate to win. Starting QB goes out on the second drive of the game. Backup QB hadn’t take a snap in practice practically all summer/fall. Third string QB looks like me out there. Missed opportunity for TU.
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    Game thoughts OSU

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    Justice Ginsberg passed away at 97.

    Wasn’t really talking about you but instead the Senators and to a lesser degree the members of the House. They will almost certainly be on different sides than they were four years ago.
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    Justice Ginsberg passed away at 97.

    Going to entertaining seeing the Pubs and Dems argue completely different sides than they did four years ago. Gotta love politics.
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    Getting a bit worried

    One can only offend people if one supports the action which offends. Please try to keep up.
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    Owen Ostroski

    We’re talking college kids here. Schools are serving unhealthy foods. Schools take zero action with over weight students. Schools allow kids who live on campus to drive. Schools allow half of their students to drink while attending school. All of which I would argue pose a greater...
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    Owen Ostroski

    You have zero evidence that they are less likely to become infected as the student body at large because the latter isn’t being tested multiple times a week. Common sense tells you the protocols and testing reduces their risk of the same. If not then why are we promoting testing, masks, and...
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    Owen Ostroski

    Again....they are much more monitored than they would be if they were not playing football. They are also tested multiple times a week which would not occur but for football. They also have an incentive to follow protocols which wouldn’t exist but for football. The argument here is they...
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    Owen Ostroski

    I think your spot on. I will say this....athletic departments are taking these protocols very seriously. If a player isn’t wearing a mask in public for instance they aren’t playing. This is a fairly strong incentive for most athletes to adhere to the rules. They certainly aren’t going to...
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    Owen Ostroski

    The reason college students are on campus is money. Schools need the room and board revenue. I will continue to argue students who are tested multiple times a week and subjects to strict social protocol are safer than if they were ordinary students. No one has really contested that point...
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    Owen Ostroski

    Since those football players are being tested multiple times a week the people they’re around during Xmas break will be infinitely safer than those around ordinary students. Yet another reason to support college football and the protocols they have in place. I attended college in the “old”...
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    Owen Ostroski

    I'm not sure the guys you went to college with but my buddies were running half marathons, fighting amateur and professionally, wrestling intramurals, rugby, soccer, etc.... Maybe not to the extent of D1 ball but still significant strenuous activities. What's worse is most college kids...
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    Owen Ostroski

    In the Big10 they are. Not sure about the other conferences. Students certainly aren't being tested for heart enlargements. Many of whom while not competing in D1 athletics are very active with strenuous exercise. Another reason why football players would be safer than the student body...
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    Owen Ostroski

    Who said anything about football players sitting in their rooms all day? Now most our isolated in separate housing where their activities are closely monitored. They are under strict rules as to what they can and cannot do regarding groups and social gatherings. In the Big10 they are...
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    Owen Ostroski

    Never fully understood the football argument when the students are on campus. One would figure football players under a strict protocol would be less likely to become infected than the general student body who aren’t required to adhere to such mitigation procedures.
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    Getting a bit worried

    Pharma is exempt from lawsuits is these types of situations. Convenient huh. We’re not going to have widespread vaccinations by the first week of November. Just not enough time. The goal has always been to get them out before peak flu (virus) season due to the increase risk of...
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    Seriously Thinking About

    Interesting. I would wager businessmen (and women) give more per capita to charity than any other group in the US.
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    BLM

    Would like to see BLM publicly denounce the shootings and the protests afterwards at the hospital. Maybe NFL or NBA players can get involved. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.foxnews.com/opinion/sheriffs-deputies-shot-protesters-wsj-editorial-board.amp?client=safari
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    Say goodbye to Jenks, Bixby, Owasso, BA

    The article I saw stated 7 to 11 million acres in California were burned annually. No clue what scientific methodology was used to arrive at such a figure. I assume they studied ash layers across California to arrive at the figure.
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    Say goodbye to Jenks, Bixby, Owasso, BA

    One has to remember that the landscape in parts of California is not naturally occurring. For thousands and thousands of years fires have periodically swept through the countryside out there and thinned the vegetation and underbrush out. Man has seen to it that this rarely now occurs...