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    Lol true. I've responded to quite a few posts where someone argues with "DB" and it is confusing because I'm sure I agree with that person.
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    I appreciate it because I know we argue a good bit but I've always looked at it as in good spirit. Only thing that I can think is that I need to make an appointment with the eye prescription has clearly changed lol.
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    Hey man. I can't explain it but I thought Flea responded to him, who seems to go out of his way to make hit and run comments. I removed the second part when I saw it was you not him. I still think the post was over the line but I 100% don't think that second part about you or your posts.

    Sorry about that.
  4. speaking of 90s Rap

    My wife always wants to kill me when I blast NWA's SOC... I am more partial to PE when it comes to RAP... KRS1 was favorite though... BDP is the ****
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    The Gray Race, b

    Recipe is good too. It is actually one of their best albums imo.

    Punk music in the office....haha. May as well follow it up with 90's rap
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    I listened to Stranger than Fiction on the way home yesterday. 10 in 2010 is so good dude.

    "Have's and Have Not's, Together at last....Brutally engaged in mortal combat"

    Love that band
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    I fit that mold as well (fiscally conservative, socially liberal, want individual liberties protected at all costs).

    I liked Social D, Pennywise, NoFx, Operation Ivy, and some others, but Bad Religion was my favorite.

    You sound like my brother. He collects so much music, and music related material, it's crazy. I have that issue with martial arts haha, whatever, the woman can deal with it...

    Have fun dude, the Melvin's are awesome
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    that band got me through the years 1992-1994 haha. I love them. And I am not even close to liberal (their lyrics are slightlyyyyyy liberal). I'll admit I didn't listen to a lot of their stuff post 2000-ish. But Against the Grain, No Control, Suffer, Generator, Recipe for Hate, the Grey Race, and Stranger than Fiction were all albums I probably listened to a thousand times. God I love that band
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    hey, is "10 in 2010" a reference to Bad Religion?
  10. That article appears accurate in the sense of Dr. Buss's intentions on A SALE of the Lakers. However, selling the company doesn't have anything to do with who is the day to day manager and since Jeannie is the governor of the trust I would assume she has final VOTING rights on the day to day management of the Lakers... The trust can be set up to have different voting rules depending on the issue but I have never seen them split other than between ownership issues and management issues... pretty standard

    In a nutshell, getting rid of Jimbaco is still pretty easy... it will just take a couple of his siblings turning on him and probably phil anshutz *****ing... If Jeannie alone has to vote him out it will be harder but if it is just a majority of the shareholders then it would be pretty easy.

    Of course, if just one or two of the siblings think he is incompetent then they could file a suit, etc... as you point out if Jeannie doesn't do anything.

    should be interesting
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