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Mark Thornton
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Mark Thornton 10h
Replying to @LUFC_Arizona
Like a coffin matters to the living dead
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Mark Thornton 14h
Replying to @Washington_Wire
Nothing against Terry- I love watching him play - but Rice was surrounded by good offensive players and a QB who could get the ball to them, and he didn't start the first season. But, that takes nothing away from what Terry has accomplished and makes me excited for him.
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Mark Thornton 14h
Very good question.
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Mark Thornton 18h
Replying to @jemelehill
none of the behind the scenes statements matter. Unless some one is holding a gun to their families head - their public silence make them no different then the true Trump supporters and in my opinion worse because they are enabling him for selfish reasons
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Jemele Hill 19h
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” — Martin Luther King, Jr
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Mark Thornton Nov 22
annnnnd tasty
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Mark Thornton Nov 21
Replying to @TheRickyDavila
Do you really think he will be remembered?
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Mark Thornton Nov 21
Replying to @zachbraff @JuddApatow
Much better than Turk 181
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Mark Thornton Nov 21
Replying to @MrHoratioSanz
What did you expect? Its 2020....
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Mark Thornton Nov 20
Thanks....now I will be up all night.
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Mark Thornton Nov 20
Replying to @BenStandig
Agree. I think BEST thing to happen to him was for them to sit him. I suspect he will start some games at the end of the year and we will see a major difference. T
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Mark Thornton Nov 19
Replying to @sarahcpr
And he is succeeding.
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Mark Thornton retweeted
Richard Marx Nov 18
If you’re a lifelong Republican who’s questioning or disappointed in how Trump has destroyed the party, I get it. However, if you’re still worshiping and defending him, your mental health is clearly seriously compromised. Bless.
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Mark Thornton Nov 18
Replying to @KeithOlbermann
It absolutely is the Government's job to break down the parameters for society to operate both during normal times and times of crisis. This kind of response and hollering about taking away freedoms is such a sign of total ignorance and stupidity.
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Mark Thornton Nov 18
Replying to @GeorgeTakei
Damn, I was close....I said Trump.
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Mark Thornton Nov 18
If I understand how things work, if there was a problem with the election...doesn't Pelosi get sweared in? So can they start her transition?
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Mark Thornton Nov 17
It starts with elected officials who don’t use and deliver misinformation for their own agenda.
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Mark Thornton Nov 17
Replying to @granthpaulsen
I always have.
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Mark Thornton Nov 17
Replying to @StevieVanZandt
Agree...but the only way to make that happen is for the long term conservative voters to push them out. Only way to make that happen is to give them other conservative candidates and a program of education to fight disinformation.
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Mark Thornton Nov 16
They need to pull their heads out of their ass & realize many of his voters aren't Far Right Wackos & would be willing to vote for a more sane conservative option as would many of those who voted for Biden. They are giving power to the crazy vocal part of the base.
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