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    Jussie Smallett

    Good.
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    Jussie Smallett

    He's been arrested... https://www.foxnews.com/us/jussie-smollett-is-under-arrest-in-custody-of-chicago-police
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    Funny Shit (Political)

    Apparently it's real. https://www.newsweek.com/alexandra-ocasio-cortez-amazon-billboard-times-square-1337806
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    Your Vote is Needed to Determine...

    I think Smollett wins. The man planned this fiasco.
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    Jussie Smallett

    Holy shit. Lol. Chicago. Majority gay and black neighborhood. Store security cameras. Claim redneck, MAGA hat wearing, white guys attack in majority gay/black neighborhood in super liberal Chicago. What could possibly go wrong?!? Lol.
  6. Damn! http://www.fox8live.com/2019/02/20/louisiana-mans-truck-struck-by-lightning-while-he-was-driving/ Close Louisiana man’s truck struck by lightning while he was driving By Erin Lowrey | February 20, 2019 at 8:17 AM CST - Updated February 20 at 12:52 PM NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -A Morehouse Parish man is counting his blessings after lightning his his pickup truck Tuesday morning. The man’s truck was struck while he was driving it. Video of the incident was captured by a nearby driver. Sterlington Police Chief Barry Bonner said it happened around 9 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 2 and 1-65. Bonner said the man was driving to work at the time, but managed to pull over and get out safely.
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    IT'S MUELLER TIME!!!

    @jb™ where are ya, fudgepacker?!?
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    With Trump in office, we break records!

    @jb™ @WakeGOAT
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    Jussie Smallett

    Jussie Smollett charged with giving police false information in previous case https://fox8.com/2019/02/20/jussie-smollett-charged-with-giving-police-false-information-in-previous-case/
  10. I suspect that he'll resign with the Saints. https://247sports.com/nfl/new-orleans-saints/Article/Mark-Ingram-2019-market-value-129066253/ The New Orleans Saints have one very important order of business to transact this offseason. Veteran running back Mark Ingram is set to become a free agent and currently tops the team’s list of players to meet with and discuss a new contract going forward. Both the team and Ingram have stated their intention to stay together next year and into the future, but a report did emerge recently that said Ingram will test the market if the Saints do not give him a reasonable offer. What would count as reasonable to Ingram? Now, we appear to have an idea. Ingram enters the offseason with a calculated market value of $4.4 million per year, according to Spotrac, and in their estimation is worth a two year contract worth $8.84 million. Such a payout would propel Ingram into the top 10 among running backs in terms of base salary for next season, placing him at No. 6 overall. Topping that list is Buffalo Bills back LeSean McCoy, set to earn $6.175 million, followed by the Arizona Cardinals’ David Johnson, at $5.7 million. The Los Angeles Rams’ Todd Gurley ranks fifth at $5 million. Here is a rundown of the top 10 base salaries expected to be paid out to running backs in 2019. 1. LeSean McCoy, Bills: $6.175 million 2. David Johnson, Cardinals: $5.7 million 3. Melvin Gordon, Chargers: $5.605 million 4. Lamar Miller, Texans: $5.5 million 5. Todd Gurley, Rams: $5 million 6. Isaiah Crowell, Jets: $4 million T-6. Dion Lewis, Titans: $4 million 8. Ezekiel Elliott, Cowboys: $3,853,137 9. Devonta Freeman, Falcons: $3.75 million 10. Jerick McKinnon, 49ers: $3.7 million This $4- to $6-million range appears to be the sweet spot for top annual running back salaries, and will likely be at least the starting point for Ingram’s representatives when they meet with the Saints to discuss a new arrangement. Despite turning 29 in December, one year off from when analysts like to believe that running backs go into irreversible decline, Ingram has enjoyed good health during his career. He and Alvin Kamara have proved a very productive combination at the position. The NFL’s Offensive Rookie of the Year last season, Kamara has emerged as the wild card offensive weapon who can make plays in space and on the sideline both catching and rushing the football. Ingram has maintained his traditional role as the lead back between the tackles. In 2017, he was half of the highest scoring backfield in football with 23 combined rushing touchdowns. There’s a popular theory among league analysts that running backs begin to decline at the age of 30, but Ingram could be one player who bucks that trend somewhat. This season, Ingram had 645 yards rushing and six touchdowns, but missed the first four games of the season thanks to a performance enhancing drugs suspension. In 2018, he broke the Saints franchise record for career rushing touchdowns and is second behind Deuce McAllister in career rushing yardage, cementing a definite legacy with the franchise. He played his best football in the two seasons before 2018, rushing for 1,043 yards two years ago and 1,124 yards last season as half of the NFL’s best scoring backfield. Moreover, he’s been relatively less beaten up during his seven years in football, thanks to his comparatively limited use as the Saints’ primary back early in his career. Ingram would like to remain with the franchise. First, they have to give him a good offer. “I feel like I’m only getting better,” Ingram said last offseason. “I feel like my career is just starting and only just beginning. I feel like I’m going into my eighth year, but I haven’t had a lot of wear and tear on my tires. You can go to guys with only four or five years that have more carries and more wear on their tires than me. So I’m just going to continue to keep grinding and improving and get better. I feel like my best football is still ahead of me.”
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