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December 13, 2017

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nemo2002

NEMO RULES!

TJL

Dos

YooperCane

tres

86Cane

If you could ask for ONE thing for your Miami Hurricanes football team for 2018, what would it be?

ucane

Beat Clemson

ucane

Get an OC

ucane

Find that special QB

ucane

Finish top 4

ucane

Beat Badgers

86Cane

Legends of the Fall 2018...who should they be?

O: Berrios
D: JJ
ST: Badgley
Coach: Hartley
Freshman: Dee Jay or Donaldson?

YooperCane

Be consistent

raizecane

1) Score more points on offense when the defense creates a turnover.

2) higher percentage on 3rd down conversions

3)Score on special teams. can recall last time we returned a kickoff.

4) lower mixed drink prices.

raizecane

clearly, I can't follow instructions.

KYcane

Win every game - 12% baby

KYcane


clearly, I can't follow instructions.

Posted by: raizecane | December 14, 2017 at 07:01 AM

#truthspace

Go Canes!!!

4) lower mixed drink prices.

Posted by: raizecane | December 14, 2017 at 07:00 AM


Priorities always in order.

Terrance Sullivan

Win the ACC!

86Cane

I have been watching the FL High School playoffs over the past two weeks (live and replays) and they have better QBs than we do. How is it that a HS QB can have perfect footwork, passing form and arm strength and accuracy and a QB who was recruited as being in the top 10% at his position in HS have NONE of that at the college level?

#LifeIsStrange

RCCF

The Works By Peter Ariz 12-13-17

Asante Samuel, Jr. recruitment

To fully comprehend the Asante Samuel, Jr. recruitment, I think it is important to turn back the clock and see how it got to this point. There have numerous posts on the board saying he’s “all Nole” or mentioning that FSU coach Willie Taggart visited him today, but from everything I’ve gathered in the last 24 hours, Samuel is definitely interested in Miami and things are trending in the Canes’ favor.

Remember that although Samuel, Jr. had FSU and Miami as his “top two” schools before he committed to the Noles, this current UM staff never prioritized the St. Thomas Aquinas cornerback and had their sights set elsewhere. Samuel was actually set to commit to the Al Golden staff at one point according to multiple sources, just to show the type of interest he had in the program. The only reason Samuel is not already a longstanding commit is because the Miami coaches had their board set since the beginning of the cycle with long, rangy defensive backs and Samuel was not necessarily a top target for them.

As they did last cycle with guys such as Mike Harley and Corey Gaynor, the staff continued to evaluate players through their senior season and Samuel was one they kept an extra close eye on. I‎t also says a lot when at least three current Miami players and multiple defensive back commits have been pleading with the Miami defensive coaches to make a run Samuel because they want him on their team.

Coach Banda stopped by Samuel at school today and also did an in-home visit tonight. As I posted earlier on the board, a source very close to Samuel said “Stay tuned” when I asked how the school visit went. I spoke to that same person just after Samuel’s in-home with Banda and his response tonight was “He’s coming”.

Here is where it gets interesting, too. Based on the latest info, I do not foresee Miami waiting around for Josh Jobe to decide whether or not they take Samuel. The staff will continue to recruit Jobe and if he unexpectedly sticks, that does not mean Samuel’s spot is “gone”. Miami will have a spot for Tyson Campbell no matter what. Patrick Surtain would too, but the staff would much rather grab Samuel and not lose out on him because they waited around too long for another prospect who would still be a very tough pull.

Samuel will be taking his FSU visit this weekend and his Miami official will come in January, potentially along with Nesta Silvera, Andrew Chatfield, Campbell, and Surtain.

Latest on Josh Jobe situation

Miami will have three coaches (Diaz, Banda, Rumph) up there in Connecticut tomorrow to meet with Jobe as I reported last night. He will be in Alabama this weekend, but Jobe has informed UM coaches that he plans on visiting Coral Gables for his official visit in January, which is a change from last week when he was planning on signing early. That of course is subject to change because, as we’ve seen with this entire recruitment.

Mark Richt is strategically holding on to his in-home visit with Jobe because he wants the last shot to recruit him. I still expect Bama will be the spot, but this staff refuses to go down without swinging.

There is some uncertainty from Miami’s side about if Jobe is on track to qualify as well, which would be the ultimate wrench in this recruitment.

Official visits this weekend

Miami has planned for months to make this upcoming visit weekend the biggest in program history. Coaches have been able to coordinate and assemble a majority of the Storm 18 class for their official visits this weekend. This is not the normal group of visitors obviously because these guys are locked in, but coaches feel like it is such an important weekend because a large number of these prospects will be enrolling early – the staff feels like this is the sort of weekend that will get the group of early enrollees mentally ready to go come January.

These are the names that I’ve confirmed right now – all of which are commits. The ** next to their name indicates that they also plan on signing on December 20th.

RB
Lorenzo Lingard **
Camron Davis **

FB
Realus George **

WR
Mark Pope **
Daquris Wiggins **
Brian Hightower **

OL
John Campbell **
Delone Scaife **
Cleveland Reed **

TE
Brevin Jordan **
Will Mallory **

DE/OLB
Gregory Rousseau **
Patrick Joyner **

DB
Al Blades, Jr.
Gilbert Frierson **
Gurvan Hall **
DJ Ivey **

K Bubba Baxa **
LS Clay James

For the record, Blades, Jr. is not expected to sign early because St. Thomas Aquinas normally likes their prospects to do the signing day event at school.

RCCF

Win Out...Blow Out!!

That is My Wish for 2018

86Cane

The Ricky Town Saga:

https://247sports.com/Player/Ricky-Town-24037?Institution=767

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/13481528/former-usc-trojans-quarterback-ricky-town-transferring-arkansas

https://www.rotoworld.com/player/cfb/132391/ricky-town

https://www.latimes.com/sports/usc/la-sp-usc-ricky-town-20170806-story.html

The last article may be the best.

Ohio_Cane

Freshman: Dee Jay or Donaldson?

Posted by: 86Cane | December 13, 2017 at 11:12 PM
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Donaldson. He's an All American

His Royal Dudeness

Legends of the Fall 2018...who should they be?

O: Berrios
D: JJ
ST: Badgley
Coach: Hartley
Freshman: Dee Jay or Donaldson?

Posted by: 86Cane | December 13, 2017 at 11:12 PM

Add Homer & McIntosh as an optional choice. Rumph over Hartley.

His Royal Dudeness

^^^ And Bandy should get a Freshman option.

86Cane

I agree on ALL the above.

Go Canes!!!

I wish our players would be getting this instead of where it’s going now:

Power 5 programs are paying a combined $69.01 Million in buyouts this year alone...you could give every Power 5 football player around $10,000 with that money...Institutions of higher education are paying $69,010,000 to seven individuals for them to not work #crazy

BigWindyCane1

Posted by: RCCF | December 14, 2017 at 09:11 AM

This list of the Canes' early signees alone is a very impressive recruiting class for most ACC teams. This Storm '18 recruiting class has almost every position covered, with really good recruits capable of contributing at the college level. Overall, the Storm '18 class looks like it is shaping up to be one of the best overall recruiting classes since Butch left Coral Gables.

Go Canes!!!

The net neutrality rules, implemented two years ago, have been repealed.

This may be my last post ever because everyone knows the internet was floundering and almost dead before the government made 100 new rules to protect me and save it for everyone.

It’s been a great run. Hope my phone still works tomorrow.

CGNC

Bought my season tix and will now be in Section 347 Row 12. Movin' on up LOL

Parking passes not available yet b/c Hard Rock may be changing the lots.

Terrance Sullivan

Outstanding CGNC love it yea I will be renewing my tickets as well. See yall at the Rock in 2 weeks for the Orange Bowl.

MLAlumni1970

Is Al Blades related to any of the great Blades that played for the U?
Got 6" of snow overnight. Sun is out dancing, like diamonds on the snow. I don't have to go to work, or shovel. So, for me it is beautiful.
Getting my plane ticket this weekend to fly to Florida for the winter. Can't wait.
CANES CANES CANES.

Ohio_Cane

Is Al Blades related to any of the great Blades that played for the U?

Posted by: MLAlumni1970 | December 14, 2017 at 02:56 PM
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Al, the recruit, is Al Blades Jr, the son of Miami legend Al Blades. He's also the nephew of Brian and Benny Blades.

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 14, 2017 at 10:46 AM

All the while the UN says Alabama is the poorest region in the developed world, hosting deseases & conditions they only see in the 3rd world. This country has a serious money distribution problem.

nemo2002

All the while the UN says Alabama is the poorest region in the developed world, hosting deseases & conditions they only see in the 3rd world. * * *

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 14, 2017 at 03:43 PM

UN-true! Mississippi is worse.

Sarasota 'cane

The net neutrality rules, implemented two years ago, have been repealed.

This may be my last post ever because everyone knows the internet was floundering and almost dead before the government made 100 new rules to protect me and save it for everyone.

It’s been a great run. Hope my phone still works tomorrow.

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 14, 2017 at 01:57 PM

Perhaps the dumbest post of the day. If you don't understand the issue then you should not comment. This isn't a partisan issue and it could have wide ranging effects on the web and how it is distributed and consumed.

What I posted on my Facebook earlier:
For those saying what's the big deal, let me explain it this way...You "owned" something this morning that you no longer own this afternoon. Your "property" in the form of a public utility was taken from you and given to Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner, etc., and you were not compensated for it. It's just gone. It's the same as your local government giving their water company to a private business for nothing, and then letting the private business tell you how much water you can use, and then charge you whatever they want for the water. I hope that makes sense. We lost big today.

The only reason I posted this on Canespace is because Canespace is a content provider that could theoretically be affected by this ruling. Blog on Legion.

Harry Miller

I knew Ricky town and his dad Rick very well for about six years. His Dad built The Lindal Cedar homes I sold. Ricky was one of the finest young men that I ever knew, a Christian, never heard him say a single curse word or say anything bad about anyone. He was real serious about committing to Miami until Miami offered Olsen. Rick Sr. didn't want any competition so he changed his mind about Miami. I wish Ricky the very best and hope now thatis new start with out interference he will become one of the great quarterbacks coming out of college. The Kid can also run, I believe he will do it.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: Sarasota 'cane | December 14, 2017 at 05:40 PM

I know exactly what it is and what happened today and find it funny someone who's supposedly informed is so naive.

Where did these sweeping regulations give us back "what we owned"?

That ship sailed decades ago and no amount of burdensome regulation will get you back anything. Trying to turn back the clock or smash it down with government intervention or control at this point will work out as well as government intervention in healthcare has.

Today I saw claims we'll soon be paying $20 a month for twitter and paying by the download on Tube. Also saw cable providers will begin to slow down service to sites that they don't agree with. CNN called it the end of the internet as we now it and GLAAD called it a direct attack on the LGBT community.

Come on.

We were built as a free market society. To a certain extent that is still the case in this country. Competition going forward will determine cost of getting online as it has for the years we managed to survive without Washington protecting us.

If you want to worry about something, worry about a company like Amazon monopolizing internet commerce, not the company providing the service you use to buy from them.

Sarasota 'cane

*Face Palm* This isn't the forum and I stand by everything I've written. Letting the "fox guard the hen house" will never be a solution to the plight of "chickens". LOL!

I won't post another word about it.

Go Canes!!!

Couldn’t agree more with your fox and henhouse analogy.

We just have different opinions on who the fox is.

toledocane

On this one I gotta agree with GO... Sota, net neutrality is a liberal attempt to have the government regulate the net. Winners and losers... Not what innovation wants or needs.

NativeCane

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 14, 2017 at 10:46 AM

All the while the UN says Alabama is the poorest region in the developed world, hosting deseases & conditions they only see in the 3rd world. This country has a serious money distribution problem.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 14, 2017 at 03:43 PM


Spent about a quarter of my life in Alabama and I say the UN is full of shit.
Alabama is beautiful and free and slap full of good folks of all races who wouldn't trade their way of life for anything.

Go Canes!!!

Posted by: NativeCane | December 14, 2017 at 07:27 PM


Never been but been told there are some sweet homes there.

86Cane

This country has a serious money distribution problem.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 14, 2017 at 03:43 PM

I have a solution: Send ALL of your money to me and I will take care of it for you. No worries!

Sarasota 'cane

I have a solution: Send ALL of your money to me and I will take care of it for you. No worries!

Posted by: 86Cane | December 14, 2017 at 07:44 PM

LOL!!

TJL

Ricky Town was afraid to compete with Kevin Olsen????

MLAlumni1970

Thank you Ohio Cane for your clarification on the Blades family football players for the U.

86Cane

Sorry Harry but Ricky Town is a wasted talent.

Lost, transferring and not wanting to compete?

#NoBueno

His Royal Dudeness

1. We were built as a free market society. To a certain extent that is still the case in this country. Competition going forward will determine cost of getting online as it has for the years we managed to survive without Washington protecting us.

2. If you want to worry about something, worry about a company like Amazon monopolizing internet commerce, not the company providing the service you use to buy from them.

Posted by: Go Canes!! | December 14, 2017 at 06:55 PM

2. explains exactly what is wrong with your logic in 1. The government through its paid system of corruption is allowing corporations to form monopolies and then undermine labor by shipping jobs overseas and cutting the amount of buy in (taxes) that corporations contribute to society. Corporations will have monopolies because they will pay for their competition to go away. Hopefully enough cities make the internet a public utility so the rules are in the hands of the consumers/tax payers hands.

His Royal Dudeness

It really says a lot about who the FCC works for when 83% of Americans didnt want a change, but they did it anyways. America, for the corporations, by the corporations, of the corporations... Bush, Obama, Trump... nothing changes, its all about corporate bottom lines because they own the government now, thats why money = speech.

Terrance Sullivan

Those that haven't spent any time in Alabama shouldn't be speaking on Alabama. I don't speak on a subject that I have no knowledge on. Trust me as a resident in Alabama it is much better than some will have you to believe. Is it the greatest thing since sliced bread no but it is far from the worst. Native Cane is spot on. Yesssss the state has it share of problems but tell me which state doesn't. Come visit Montgomery, Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, or visit Gulf Shores/Orange Beach, Eufaula, Tuscaloosa, Auburn, Hoover, Prattville, etc places from Small, to Medium, Large places to visit. From the Mountains to the Beaches and parts in between the State of Alabama and it's 5 million residents are A-OK. Come visit sometime before you run my State down. Thousands of people came here to trash only to leave with a new found respect and love for it.

Sarasota 'cane

Preach Terrance!! I live in Atlanta and you gotta take the good with the bad.

Sarasota 'cane

Hopefully enough cities make the internet a public utility so the rules are in the hands of the consumers/tax payers hands.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 14, 2017 at 11:49 PM

Chattanooga did this and it was so successful that the cable and telcom lobbyists had the Tennessee state legislature pass a law making it illegal for communities to run their own ISP's. It's a farce that the big boys are playing on an even field. If there was true competition in broadband service we'd all have 1000gb fiber lines in front of our houses instead of the crap 50gb service that most are dealing with due to a lack of competition. That's my midnight rant for the day!!

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | December 14, 2017 at 11:55 PM

Alabama

Poverty rate: 48
Obesity rate: 48 (tied)
Education: 47

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/alabama-black-belt-un-poverty-expert-extreme-developed-country-sewage-crisis-roy-moore-philip-alston-a8105886.html

"People in the region frequently suffer from E. Coli and hookworm, a disease associated with extreme poverty and which was thought to have been eradicated in the US more than 100 years ago..."

Say what you want, but Alabama is in bad shape. And p.s., I've been to Alabama, I was there helping out poor people when a tornado ripped their communities apart.

1mg of Epi

Couldn’t agree more with your fox and henhouse analogy.

We just have different opinions on who the fox is.

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 14, 2017 at 07:12 PM

Since when is business and gov not the same people?

1mg of Epi

Say what you want, but Alabama is in bad shape. And p.s., I've been to Alabama, I was there helping out poor people when a tornado ripped their communities apart.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 15, 2017 at 03:48 AM

State of Alabama is tied for 2nd most % of population living in poverty.

His Royal Dudeness

Since when is business and gov not the same people?

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 15, 2017 at 04:20 AM

THIS.

Go Canes!!!

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 15, 2017 at 04:20 AM

Since inception.

One has competition, ingenuity and evolution to keep it functioning st the highest level or it ceases to exist.

The other wields unchecked, bloated control without fear of ever losing power.

Think about this. 25 years ago you paid outrageous costs to talk on a giant brick by the minute.

20 years ago you paid by the text on your flip phone.

5 years ago you paid for internet on your I phone by the gig.

Today you can talk all day while sending 10,000 texts about the movie you’re watching with your unlimited data plan.

All for $25 a line.

Anything the government doesn’t have their hands on self evolves through competition or it dies.

The government only taxes you more to give you less. Everything they touch turns to shit.

If you want proof look at your health insurance premiums and coverage today compared to just 5 years ago.

1mg of Epi


Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 15, 2017 at 05:47 AM

Who writes the majority of legislation passed today?

1mg of Epi

By the way, I am 100% capitalist.

30CINCO

Braxton Berrios:

2017 UM Business School Valedictorian and 1st Team Academic All-American

Tonycane

Alabama has excellent car dealerships that are owned by one particular coach.

HillViewCane

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 15, 2017 at 05:47 AM

Have you considered that govt. involvement is what lead to the advances you mentioned? Before thinking of an angry retort pause and consider that maybe it was the govt rules that were set in place that protected individuals that actually compelled that competition and innovation since the companies couldn't rely on the methods of pricing to protect their margins with minimal effort that they will be able to use under new rules.

Also regarding health insurance premiums it is a mistake to look at the price increases without looking at the coverage increases. By law we are now covered for more things. In recent memory prices went up regardless of what happened. In fact I am grown and can never remember prices going down in my adult life. However many Americans were undercovered by insurance companies they just didn't realize it until they got sick. Thus it was the number ome reason for bankruptcies.

Being raped used to be a pre-existing condition that could have led to your denial of coverage. However govt. intervention changed that. My dad was a doctor and my mom an insurance exec before she became a hospital exec. I grew up hearing about this stuff. Obamacare was definitely an improvement over what we had before and it was the Republicans own plan that he used.

Govt makes mistakes. However the benefits of some of the things it does is mind boggling. It allows us to buy in bulk. It's a super Costco when we look at it as all of us being in this together. Saying the govt taxes you more to give you less? Try paying for your own street light out of pocket or police protection.

If you want to see what a nation looks like without govt intervention look at Somalia's history.

Also our tax payer dollar was used to invent the internet in the first place. The government invented it.


Terrance Sullivan

Well thanks for visingting the state and helping our residents during the deadly tornadoes I am greatly appreciative.

raizecane

Some of the best golf courses I have played are located in Alabama.....Robert Trent Jones......Fantastic scenery.

86Cane

Braxton Berrios:

2017 UM Business School Valedictorian and 1st Team Academic All-American

Posted by: 30CINCO | December 15, 2017 at 08:37 AM

Future Coach or General Manager or Agent or Team Owner.

HillViewCane

I am curious. Does beating Wisconsin count in the top 3 things most Canes fans are thinking about regarding this team right now? For me:

Recruiting,
OC improvement
O-line improvement

I am a little ashamed to think of how little I actually consider the Wisconsin game.

86Cane

Also our tax payer dollar was used to invent the internet in the first place. The government invented it.

Posted by: HillViewCane | December 15, 2017 at 09:20 AM

That's not exactly true. Al Gore and I invented the Internet so that we could run Canespace. That's right Al Gore and I run Canespace. He is a closet Canes fan. Look it up on the Internet, it is true!

86Cane

Q: Who writes the majority of legislation passed today?

Posted by: 1mg of Epi | December 15, 2017 at 08:00 AM

A: The bloggers at Canespace.

HillViewCane

I was actually in Alabama for a day yesterday. Had lunch at a Newks. Was on a farm too. Farmer/vet I talked to was just happy to have the Moore stuff over with. He brought it up. Was in Auburn yesterday but I have had good weekends in Birmingham before but I am happy anywhere with a bar.

HillViewCane

Posted by: 86Cane | December 15, 2017 at 09:32 AM

Haha I forgot about that. I stand corrected

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: HillViewCane | December 15, 2017 at 09:30 AM

Beating Wiscy is critical. It'd be a perfect season ending victory. Take away the run and they are done, thats not to say thats an easy task though.

Terrance Sullivan

1.So Far the Winning ACC Coastal.
2. Winning 10 Games in process beat (Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, and FSU,)
3. Beating Wisconsin would be the Trifecta.

86Cane

2. Winning 10 Games in process beat (Virginia Tech, Notre Dame, and FSU,)

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | December 15, 2017 at 09:51 AM

Wrap it up, I'll take it.

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: Terrance Sullivan | December 15, 2017 at 09:25 AM

I didnt mean for that to sound condescending if it did. Nothing but respect for you TS.

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: 86Cane | December 15, 2017 at 09:32 AM

Haha I forgot about that. I stand corrected

Posted by: HillViewCane | December 15, 2017 at 09:38 AM

Its why 86 is now an eccentric billionaire, collecting orchids and drinking his own pee in his spare time, lol.

Go Canes!!

Posted by: HillViewCane | December 15, 2017 at 09:20 AM

I dont mean this in any snarky or angry way but every word you typed up there is completely wrong.

There was no "Republican" health plan before Obamacare. The increased availability you speak of is a complete sham because permiums have spiraled out of control because so many people are going uninsured until they are sick, throwing the system completely out of whack.

I work in the insurance industry and pay for health insurance for my employees. The prices have exploded while deductibles have increased while coverage decreased.

The system required a tweak to be sure uninsurable and poor people have access to coverage. What we have now is an unmitigated disaster.

Rape was never a pre-existing condition, the government did not invent the internet and they should never have a hand in manipulating pricing in a free market society. The reality is when left in the hands of a Washington beaurocrat a light pole a private company can install for $500 ends up costing $2000. They will never say "Hey we spent enought.". The more they tax you the more they will spend.

Today's goverment is shockingly wasteful and manipulated by special interest. Letting them get their hands on anything privatized is a gigantic mistake every single time.


Terrance Sullivan

His Royal Dudeness nothing but love for you Brotha. If you are ever in Montgomery I am treating you and your family to lunch.

Go Canes!!

$140 bilion dollars.

ONE HUNDRED FORTY BILLION.

https://www.nationalreview.com/article/439919/medicaid-frauds-staggering-cost-140-billion

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: Go Canes!! | December 15, 2017 at 10:49 AM

You are wrong. Its based on Heritage Foundation stuff, even Mitt Romney & Newt Gingrich said so.

His Royal Dudeness

And the free market is not a natural system. It is a construction of man, that should be governed by man. The economy has failed the working poor because the government is now legally for sale to the highest bidder. The rich get their tax burden lowered and ship jobs overseas, unchecked, crony capitalism 101. Crony capitalism IS capitalism, its inevitable because greed.

HillViewCane

Posted by: Go Canes!! | December 15, 2017 at 10:49 AM

So here is how it worked. If you got raped and got the rape kit done at the hospital later it could be flagged and used as a means for denying service in the future. This is really easy to look up as is the fact that Romneycare was the precursor for Obamacare. Once again really easy to look up and research before you respond. I was talking about before Obamacare. Speaking of which it was BS that any pre-existing conditions period could be used for denial period, personal opinion. The rest were facts.

Private companies are just as wasteful. If you don't believe me go to a white-collar company Christmas party.

Go Canes!!!

No it can’t be flagged because years and years and years ago protections were put in place for women. The pre-existing rape thing before and after Obamacare was completely and totally false:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/news/fact-checker/wp/2017/05/06/no-the-gop-health-bill-doesnt-classify-rape-or-sexual-assault-as-a-preexisting-condition/

HillViewCane

Posted by: Go Canes!!! | December 15, 2017 at 12:03 PM

So if you actually Read that article it talks about the most current bill. The most current bill the GOP put forward. It never makes the claim you made or disputes my factual position.

1) Most states began enacting in 1999 laws that prevented discrimination against women in coverage. Know what that means? It wasn't the law before.

2) Not all states adopted it.

3) Obamacare removed any pre existing conditions being held against you. Which means it incorporated the rape issue even if it didn't spell it out individually.

4) Saying completely and totally doesn't mean you are right. Read the article carefully. Nothing there went against what I said. No reason to hold to a mistake or actually lie just to prove I am wrong. There is nothing in the article that disputes what I said. The primary focus of article is to correctly state that nothing in the "most recent" Gop bill makes rape a pre-existing condition that can be used against the insured. It does not dispute anything I said. Just be honest about it or show something in that article that actually goes against what I said.

Each one teach one

HillViewCane

Go Canes!!!

You know this probably isn't the forum for it but I am not making that up. I saw it play out first hand. I am a man but the only reason I knew or honestly feel so strongly about this is many years ago I saw it play out first hand. It was one of the most outrageous things I have been unfortunate enough in life to see.

I am just happy things don't play out like that anymore

MLAlumni1970

Not sports, but GOOD NEWS for me. My CT or CAT SCAN just came back NORMAL this morning.
That means I AM PERFECT IN EVERY WAY, AT LEAST IN A CANES WAY.
High noon tomorrow, Canespacers. Basketball on CBS.
We are only 6 of undefeated teams.

KYcane

If I ever have a need for a lawyer I’m calling the Canespace legal team. Even Johnny Cochran couldn’t hold up under the onslaught.

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: KYcane | December 15, 2017 at 01:46 PM

LOL, dont you worry, 86 will cover any expenses with his internet money.

His Royal Dudeness

Congrats MLA.

86Cane

Its why 86 is now an eccentric billionaire, collecting orchids and drinking his own pee in his spare time, lol.

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 15, 2017 at 10:04 AM

When you buy really expensive Scotch you have to recycle it at least twice just to get your money's worth.

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: 86Cane | December 15, 2017 at 04:30 PM

Winning.

His Royal Dudeness

Getting my Star Wars on tonight!

BigWindyCane1

Braxton Berrios:

2017 UM Business School Valedictorian and 1st Team Academic All-American

Posted by: 30CINCO | December 15, 2017 at 08:37 AM

Great news! This is the most amazing accomplishment by a Canes football player in over a decade!

His Royal Dudeness

That was a terrible movie.

HillViewCane

Posted by: BigWindyCane1 | December 15, 2017 at 09:43 PM

I will miss Berrios

DallasTX Cane

Posted by: His Royal Dudeness | December 16, 2017 at 01:16 AM

Please explain. I’m going today

MLAlumni1970

How much is it for Star Wars? Just curious.
Movie Theatres are so loud and way too cold. Even in the winter, up here in Michigan, you freeze your Canes wear to death.
Love Berrios too and hate to see him go.
Not very often in one's lifetime, does one experience the likes of Berrios.
Proud that he is a CANE for life, in his heart.
Almost high noon, time for BB
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His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: DallasTX Cane | December 16, 2017 at 11:19 AM

*No spoilers* The whole premise of the chase makes no sense and is really boring. They didnt solve character stories from 7. It didnt take itself seriously enough. They outright took away things that were suposed to matter. Terrible plot for what should be the easiest film to make a good plot for.

DallasTX Cane

ML - expensive. About $15 here. That’s for a reserved, leather recliner though so no waiting in line or fighting for seats. Almost all theaters in my area have gone that route.

Dudeness - that’s disappointing. Sounds like basically every installment after 4,5,&6...

His Royal Dudeness

Posted by: DallasTX Cane | December 16, 2017 at 11:49 AM

Its like someone is telling you a bad story, where the emphasize details that dont matter and kind of gloss over interesting things you'd like to know more about. If you think you are going to have your 7 questions answered in any way that is satisfying, think again. Its probably SW's worst effort since Phantom Menace.

His Royal Dudeness

I also thought the movies have done a diservice to Princess Leia. She used to be the badass of the group, the determined one. No she just seems soft and without direction. Also, I think that if they were going to kill Han Solo, they should have done it in this movie, 7 seemed so rushed to kill him. In fact he has no real purpose in that movie other than to die. Its a giant cluster f*ck. 9 will be a real effort to save this story.

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