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Stephen Shirley
Opinionated sort working to influence the world.
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David French 2h
Terrible story. Read this thread.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 15
Replying to @DavidYoungNB
Twitter has opened doors of conversation I would never have otherwise. I have engaged with an Emmy-nominated television writers national journalists, professional athletes and politicians at every level. And plenty of friends, local and around the globe.
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Eize Basa Feb 14
You've probably heard about how Opportunity's last words to NASA were “my battery is low and it's getting dark.” What you may not have heard is NASA's last words TO Opportunity: as a final transmission to the rover, they played Billie Holiday's "I'll Be Seeing You."
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Mark Salter Feb 14
Could any position be less conservative than support for the president's declaration of a national emergency for a "crisis" he invented, complete with the seizure of private property? Yet many who embrace this radical statism are the first to disparage others as RINOs. Hypocrites
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Jared Yates Sexton Feb 14
The GOP, the supposed protectors of small government, are going to stand by while a president orchestrates a massive and dictatorial power grab over a completely nonexistent crisis. Never, ever let them claim to be anything but the party of huge government and unfettered power.
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Allahpundit Feb 14
Somehow he parlayed total control of government into a bad immigration bill and a dubious power grab that’ll be used against Republicans and might not even stand up in court
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
“Violent” is a word we use in soccer discussions when reporting incidents. Consistency in language allows for accurate judgements for punishments.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Not a brawl??? You and I didn't watch the same video.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Replying to @Kreager
BEFORE the fight broke out, learning how to "feel" the incident coming and stop it from happening. After the fight begins between the two players, stopping it from escalating. Once it becomes a mass confrontation, establishing the "Triangle of Control."
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Replying to @Kreager
Well, the two players that started it were problems enough. And then the other players who ran in to join. But the adult involvement was where it absolutely crossed the line.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Replying to @Kreager
I don’t know about any sanctions. It wasn’t my game or our association. We simply used the clip as a learning tool.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Replying to @dnj_com @Kreager
No mention of the Beech vs Springfield boys soccer brawl from May 2018? At least one fan from the sidelines violently pushed a player.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 14
Replying to @flakebarmer
It would logically seem that these results would be expected. When a group of students who previously wouldn't attend college (often because of academic deficiencies) begin college, remediation seems like a probable need. I want to see the data on effectiveness of remediation.
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PoliMath Feb 13
There are a lot of bad, horrible things about twitter, but watching these 2 guys chat together like old buddies makes up for a lot
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Stephen Shirley Feb 12
Great thread and article.
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Stephen Shirley Feb 12
Sure. You don’t say hello while running by my car in the rain this morning. ?
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Stephen Shirley Feb 11
Replying to @skidmorep
Primarily watch what is on our streaming services—Netflix, Amazon Prime. YouTube tv also has extensive archive. For new releases: Rent through Redbox. Buy through TV provider—was Comcast and now Google.
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Riley Snyder Feb 10
“It’s only a matter of time before a major incident occurs.” The failure of the US Navy to adequately staff and maintain its fleet led to deaths of 17 sailors and was entirely preventable, laid out in overwhelming detail by
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Phillip Carter Feb 8
"Chief Kent spoke a half-dozen Arabic dialects and 4 other languages. She could run a 3:30 marathon, do a dozen full-arm-hang pull-ups and march for miles... She did this while raising 2 boys, now ages 3 and 18 months, and, for a time, battling cancer."
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Stephen Shirley Feb 10
Replying to @MenInBlazers
But hits the incredible shot.
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