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James Rogers
Husband & father. Apple Fan. LSU Tiger, Memphis Tiger, and Memphis Grizzlies fan for life. Currently writing for AppleAtTheCore, iPadInsight, and iPhoneInsight
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James Rogers Aug 11
Replying to @OleMissFB
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James Rogers Aug 8
Replying to @ryan
Twitter is messy and sometimes ugly and contentious, but so is a free and open society. Dictatorships are far more simple and efficient, but that certainly doesn’t make them good. As a Libertarian, I’ll take Twitter and put up with the mess for the benefit of more freedom
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James Rogers Aug 8
Replying to @ryan @jimflanagan
It’s not a bad thing to have some private networks that have a more open attitude about speech. The β€œfree and open” Internet doesn’t provide a social networking alternative like a podcaster has with RSS if they are removed by Apple.
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James Rogers Aug 8
Replying to @jaybusbee
Love the article and the fact that you took the time to explain why Memphians hated and resented what was happening. I was away in college at the time, but was proud that people in Memphis pushed back against the condescension of Adams and the NFL.
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James Rogers Aug 6
Twitter makes me sad. Very, very sad.
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James Rogers Aug 4
Replying to @Gizmodo
Meh. The cheaper version has slower memory and less of it, making performance even worse. With keyboard and pen, both versions come out more expensive than good laptops with better screens, more ports, and better specs.
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James Rogers Aug 2
Replying to @Jon_Roser
I was in a meeting at the Forum this morning with a guy wearing a collared version of the one on the bottom left. They look good in person.
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NBA Opinions Jul 26
Personally I think JJJ will struggle offensively at first but be a great defender from day 1. His offense will come along slowly but he will be a positive impact immediately
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Isaac Simpson Jul 23
You aren’t going to trade a crap player w/ a higher salary for a crap player w/ a lower salary without adding a sweetener. They are doing the Grizz a favor
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James Rogers Jul 23
Replying to @Grizz901Nation
To keep from giving up picks, probably.
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Matt Hrdlicka Jul 23
If the Grizzlies found someone to take Jarell without attaching picks, that's a really great job by them.
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Connor Dunning Jul 20
Making the playoffs is a real possibility for the Grizz next season. However, the most important thing they need to do next year is develop their young talent. Grizz have a talented young core for the first time in years. Do not waste it.
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Grizzaholics Jul 20
If Harrison is still on the team, I still expect him to fight for the backup point guard position. Harrison, when healthy, was excellent last season.
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James Rogers Jul 20
Replying to @flyergrizblog
Rio was BY FAR the most balanced of the backup PGs.
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James Rogers Jul 20
Love the Chimes. Right by M&DA and the School of Music, so it was always handy.
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Matt Hrdlicka Jul 20
To clear space on roster and under the tax for Shelvin Mack, the Grizzlies would need to trade Selden or Harrison for no salary (might be able to get a 2nd for Harrison) or waive/stretch Jarell Martin's $2.4mm down to $800k. In most cases, I'd rather just not sign Shelvin Mack.
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Matt Hrdlicka Jul 20
Replying to @theRealHrdlicka
the other option would be sending Jarell out for a guy making $1mm or less that that team doesn't want, but you're probably sending out a pick in that case as well. Either way you slice it, I'd rather have Harrison/Selden (and Rabb) on the roster.
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James Rogers Jul 20
Replying to @theRealHrdlicka
Well, you should make sure the Ruby Slipper is on your breakfast list, if it already isn’t. We enjoyed a dinner at Cafe Ibiza last year. St Lawrence was a cool locals place that the staff at our hotel recommended. After dinner, go to Sucre for dessert. All are in the Quarter.
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James Rogers Jul 19
Replying to @AndrewFord22
If you take Meeting Notes, attend training classes, or seminars, Notability for iOS is the best I have found, and I review iOS hardware, software & accessories on the side. It allows you to record the audio, and it syncs up your writing or typing as you scrub the recording.
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grizzlam Jul 19
hello friends. please consider re-following if you want to read my grizzlies coverage this year. the old followers are now safely with and i'm starting from scratch.
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