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  1. MplsHawk

    OT: Minnesota will Cut 4 Men's Programs. Title IX issues made Cuts to 4 Men's & 0 Women's Programs Necessary

    I think that there are different ways to comply with Title 9. As I read it, having scholarships between men's and women's programs that are proportional to the male/female student population is one way to comply. There are significantly more women enrolled at the University of Minnesota than...
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    TWD coming to an end

    Karl isn't management material. His baby sister might be though.
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    TWD coming to an end

    I've got bad news.
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    TWD coming to an end

    This article says the October 4th airing of Season 10, episode 16, won't be the season 10 finale, and that that there will be six more season 10 episodes airing early in 2021. I image that season 11 won't air until late 2021, if not early 2022. Walking Dead Season 11 Delayed, But Season 10 Will...
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    Steve Bannon and Build the Wall

    She didn't, unless she has more than one Instagram. Ashleyk_hawaii. She is smoking hot.
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    Question about Yellowstone (the tv series)

    Since it was added to YouTubeTV, I have it recording to watch, but so far I can only get season's 2 and 3. Is there a way to watch it on demand so I can watch season 1 first?
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    confession that should get your Iowa card revoked

    I have a child who is a Gopher grad, but none of my three attended Iowa.
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    Umbrella Academy and Trump

    Don't recall that quote, but I did watch the first two episodes of season 1 this weekend and I'm liking it so far. I've passed on it because it looked stupid to me, but I think I was wrong.
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    Star Tribune Endorses Ilhan Omar's Opponent

    Good find. I didn't know that data was there.
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    Star Tribune Endorses Ilhan Omar's Opponent

    Am I understanding correctly what you are trying to imply--that his donations are from a smaller number of wealthy donors, and presumably that hers are a larger number of smaller donations from regular non-wealthy citizens? If so, do you have a source of data showing this to be true? The only...
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    Star Tribune Endorses Ilhan Omar's Opponent

    I'm not counting anything, just passing along what was reported. It is in state contributions (I assume that means donations) vs. out of state contributions. I can't find the news report (it was on tv), but here is a site with that data. She has more $ and a higher percentage coming in from out...
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    Star Tribune Endorses Ilhan Omar's Opponent

    I saw on a local news station the other day that while true that Melton-Meaux has most of his money pouring in from out-of-state ( something like 85% IIRC), Omar has a higher percentage of donations (something like 92% IIRC) coming from out of state than he does.
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    Countries that initially handled COVID well...

    That is the implication--though I don't know if the data is meaningful or just made up.
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    Gold

    We don't have a $28T deficit now.
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    Gold

    Very informative, thank you.
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    Gold

    Any thoughts on why didn't we get inflation post 2008?
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    Countries that initially handled COVID well...

    I have no idea where these different sites get their data or if they are accurate, but this one is interesting. It shows similar current R values between the U.S. individual states and much of Europe, but predicts a much larger percentage in the U.S. having been infected previously (like 20.5%...
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    Countries that initially handled COVID well...

    Thanks for that. I hadn't been able to find the US positivity rate data. I might be wrong, but that seems like we are currently around 12x that of Germany (8.2/0.7) instead of 68x. I'm no statistician though. Either way, we aren't doing great.
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    Countries that initially handled COVID well...

    What is the current positive rate on tests in the U.S.? Comparing that number to Germany's 0.7% seems more relevant to normalize for how much testing is being conducted in the two countries.