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Iuz the Evil

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Iuz the Evil last won the day on January 1

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    Iuz the Old, Lord of Pain, stretches his bony hand across the Flanaess. Since the signing of the Pact of Greyhawk, his empire of tyranny and suffering is secure - at least for a time. None of the lands of good and hope are strong enough to harm him
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    Spreading wickedness and evil across the lands of Oerth!

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  1. Extend that to local government as well. I work in that area, and local government can make expansive decisions which impact your daily life administratively. For example, integrated health and human services agencies can determine access to emergency food, oversee the ambulance system, can suspend civil liberties in behavioral health, remove children through Child Welfare, control access to housing for vulnerable populations and so on. Local elections matter. Edit: spell check made "expansive" into "expensive" (that too, of course)
  2. If they are smart, gracefully. He gave them a nice run and wasn't particularly sneaky about shopping around. Was never going to be forever.
  3. This is so full of winning. Oh wow
  4. I'd be more impressed if she had more ability to navigate the role and work within the caucus, as noted in the article. I see those as key job responsibilities for an elected official. She's okay though.
  5. I'm not a big fan, but she has impressive accomplishments.
  6. CNN reporting no casualties. Fantastic. Maybe this can die down now.
  7. Going to agree to disagree on that one. It's always another matter if that happens. Flag covered coffins trigger a different level of response. I'm comfortable with that as the standard, regardless of the provocation. And I'm a pretty huge liberal. With regard to the impeachment, totally agreed. This appears to have very effectively changed the public narrative. Beyond infuriating.
  8. The question is whether the response resulted in any American casualties. It might potentially be allowed to die down if not. If U.S. servicemen or women died in that response it'll be another matter entirely.
  9. https://www.cnn.com/middleeast/live-news/us-iran-soleimani-tensions-intl-01-07-20/index.html So Iran just fired missiles at bases containing US troops. Things about to get real.
  10. I'm not sad he's gone. Guy was an enemy of the West, and America specifically. Lots of blood on his hands, not going to clutch my pearls and wring my hands about this particular targeted assassination given how many others we've engaged in under numerous administrations. This doesn't strike me as a political hill to die on, but we will see how it plays out.
  11. Well, Qassem Soleimani just got killed in a drone strike alongside Iraqi Hezbollah's leader in Iraq. So that just happened. 😮 https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Qasem_Soleimani Edit: now it's on CNN https://www.cnn.com/2020/01/02/middleeast/baghdad-airport-rockets/index.html
  12. One of the things I enjoy about tossing it back out there any chance I get, is that it is so patently ridiculous. Others I've adopted include "people just don't understand the relentless grind of conference play in the <insert conference name>", and pointing out the inanity of "conference pride" when your team isn't playing (particularly when it's your rival). There are so many things to pick from, but they wouldn't understand. After all, in the Big XII it just means more.
  13. They were disinterested in a non-CFP bowl. Works for the SEC.
  14. Happy New Year from California
  15. Happy New Year to the East Coast
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