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Count me in, my guess would be Double Prices.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Season 43 Spoiler from Mike
« Last post by REDHEADVICKI on Today at 10:51:35 AM »
I hope that you get picked. ;)   
I prefer to see Superball or Split Decision to make a return.  ;)
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Yeah, STYD just cannot hold a candle to Jeopardy!  A shutout here needs no explanation.

J!, 11-0.

The joker and the supermarket, on the other hand, is a statistical dead heat to me.

I'll give it to the supermarket, 6-5.
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I'm in, and my guess would be Lucky Seven.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Season 43 Spoiler from Mike
« Last post by GoldenBulldog on Today at 12:27:39 AM »
Well folks...I'm in LA tonight, getting ready for tomorrow's early taping.  I will TRY to get spoiler-free details to y'all about the doors or any new/revived/rebooted games when I get back.  If I get picked tomorrow...

...I'm prolly gonna head out to a bar to get drunk.  (I'm only kidding.) :lol:
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Kathleen Bradley forgives Bob Barker
« Last post by pentellit on Yesterday at 11:49:30 PM »
We have been summoned from under the bridge where you all believe we reside.  Let me see if I can remember how to do this...

To answer the question posed to us, "Is this for real?  Is that Bob Barker?  Did Kathleen really forgive him?  Did they really kiss and make up?";

-No, its NOT real.

-No, that is NOT Barker.

-Kathleen will NEVER forgive Barker for what he did to her.

-Barker would NEVER kiss Kathleen on the lips.  (And if any of you know Barker you know why.)

Our work here is done.   Back to the bridge. ;)
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Out In Left Field / Re: 2014 NFL season
« Last post by thepriceis_J on Yesterday at 11:10:46 PM »
You know, if I recall, the Chiefs last year had a guy who killed his SO and then subsequently killed himself. There was a history of abuse prior to the murder-suicide. And it happened during the NFL season, with the suicide occurring on NFL property. You would think the league would take a harder stance towards this behavior, but they care more about their players (i.e. their money) getting hurt than innocent victims.
That is exactly what I referenced in my post right before the quote you posted. His name was Jovan Belcher, and I couldn't agree with you more. This happened in 2012, which is not that long ago, and it was very public. The NFL had an opportunity to send a message here and they wasted it. A shame.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Season 43 Spoiler from Mike
« Last post by mrbrown2195 on Yesterday at 10:37:05 PM »
I'm hoping it's Superball! or Penny Ante, but my money is on Give or Keep since Roger wanted it back in Season 37 - just an educated guess.
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The TALK Is Right / Re: Kathleen Bradley forgives Bob Barker
« Last post by The_Great_Butler on Yesterday at 10:36:58 PM »
You know, I am probably way off base here, but the first thing I thought when I saw this subject on the board was "Did Bob's health take a turn for the worse and lead to hatchets getting buried?"
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Out In Left Field / Re: 2014 NFL season
« Last post by mrbrown2195 on Yesterday at 10:34:11 PM »
i think the circumstances here are little more cloudy than others. Ray Rice has never been in trouble with the league or the law. Up until this point his record was squeaky clean. Let's not forget that the court that actually matters (i.e. not the "public opinion" kind) felt that the case against him wasn't worth pursuing.
As somebody who has actually prosecuted a domestic violence case or two, these cases are next to impossible if you have an uncooperative victim, which many times spouses and significant others are, especially in cases where the suspect has a lot of money or influence or control over the victim.

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Through a botched apology (where the wife, who shouldn't apologize for anything, did exactly that) and an apparently impassioned plea from his wife to the commissioner to spare his career. I think he deserves a second chance.

Again, money, influence, control.

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you'd think the NFL would stamp harder to make it a point that this type of behavior won't be tolerated as long as you work for this league. I guess Roger Goodell had a different thought.

You know, if I recall, the Chiefs last year had a guy who killed his SO and then subsequently killed himself. There was a history of abuse prior to the murder-suicide. And it happened during the NFL season, with the suicide occurring on NFL property. You would think the league would take a harder stance towards this behavior, but they care more about their players (i.e. their money) getting hurt than innocent victims.
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