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THEY DID IT AGAIN!!! AHHHHHHHHHHH!!! 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅 🦅
I can't believe that just happened. What a game. It was like the best hits from the Super Bowl run. I'm so happy football is back. #FlyEaglesFly
It's unbelievable to me that the Eagles have been able to completely shutout one of the best QB/WR combos in the past decade even when they have opportunity after opportunity. It's insane.

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Sep 7, 2018
Time to settle Mars, my friends!
We did it! Also, I lost horribly!
Now we're playing a game called Concordia. I have no idea what's going on but I already know I've been lied to because I've been assured it won't take long.
Read 4 tweets
Sep 7, 2018
So, I was hanging out with a fellow Eagles fan last night. He'd decided he wasn't going to watch the first few games last year in protest. Then he noticed they were doing really well and he decided he had to keep not watching so they'd keep winning.
Once the playoffs rolled around he tried to convince himself it was ok to start watching again. After all he'd only planned to boycott the season and this was the post-season. But he couldn't bring himself to watch because he was afraid that would make them lose.
They kept winning and made it to the Super Bowl, of course. And he got invited by a bunch of people to go watch the game but he couldn't bring himself to do it because he was too concerned that'd make them lose!
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Sep 6, 2018
Also, the effective range of an AR-15 varies a tremendous amount based on how its set up. That doesn't really mean much when it comes to whether it's suited for defensive use. Pretty much every firearm is effective beyond the distance most self-defense encounters happen at.
Additionally, most AR-15s are not set up for long-range shooting. Your average bolt-action hunting rifle tends to be chambered in a higher-caliber round with a far greater effective range than an AR-15.
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Aug 28, 2018
Since we're on the topic of @AliVelshi misleading his audience, he and NBC News never responded to my request for comment on his theory that the NRA is conspiring to boost their membership numbers by secretly counting him as a member.…
Velshi has never offered any proof at all of his claim and the NRA has denied he is on their membership roles. Oddly, as far as I can tell, after I wrote this piece Velshi hasn't repeated his claim.…
Velshi claimed the NRA sent him a membership card and that means he is counted as a member. He won't produce the card, of course, but there's a far more reasonable answer than the conspiracy he alleged: he likely got a membership solicitation.
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Aug 27, 2018
Federal Judge Says Cody Wilson’s First Amendment Rights Being ‘Abridged,’ Rules Against His Settlement with State Department Anyway…
Cody Wilson calls the ruling "clownish" and vows to take the case to the 9th Circuit.…
Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation slams the ruling as "some of the most amazing legal acrobatics I’ve ever seen."
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Aug 27, 2018
Breaking: US District Court Judge Robert S. Lasnik has ruled against the State Department regarding their settlement with Cody Wilson over 3D printed guns. He has issued a preliminary injunction.
Judge Lasnik claims that Cody Wilson's First Amendment rights are "currently abridged, but it has not been abrogated" which is fairly stunning.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."
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