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Leon Troutsky

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Leon Troutsky last won the day on November 29 2018

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  1. In which @HolyMoses dances like a little girl at a princess themed birthday party... https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/11/10/dont-trust-exit-polls-this-explains-why/ After months of campaigning and days of counting ballots, the major news media outlets have projected that former vice president Joe Biden has defeated President Trump. However, Biden didn’t do as well as public polls projected. Some groups unexpectedly appeared to have shifted toward Trump, such as Latinos. In rushing to understand what happened, some have relied on the National Exit Poll (NEP) conducted
  2. Looks like the fundamentals — economy, presidential approval, etc. — was yet again the prominent explanation for the presidential election results... https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/11/12/we-predicted-states-biden-would-win-100-days-before-election/ In 2020, based on data from 104 days before the election, our forecast was again extremely accurate. If Biden wins Arizona as currently projected, our model will have correctly predicted 49 out of 50 states plus Washington, D.C. Based on current votes, still being counted in some states, Georgia was the only state our model m
  3. She’s also over-priced. I could crank out some BS statistical analysis that would look a lot more credible for the price of an iMac.
  4. Also, I’m happy to explain why we always refer to WhenFalconsWin as “Nostradumbazz”.
  5. I meant to ask about the PA SCOTUS ruling...isn’t it rare for something to be dismissed “with prejudice”? What exactly does that mean?
  6. This is why Facebook and Twitter are woefully ill-equipped to handle all of the lies and falsehoods on their platforms... https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/11/25/when-twitter-fact-checks-trumps-tweets-it-polarizes-americans-even-more-our-research-finds/ ^^^Adding a fact-check to Trump’s “voter fraud” tweet makes Republicans MORE likely to believe the lie. The “warnings” and labels have the opposite effect on Trump supporters. On the flip side, merely seeing Trump’s text makes Dems less likely to believe voter fraud is real. That’s independent of the fact check. Wha
  7. It’s not nearly as great as it was last night when Snoop Dogg was performing.
  8. Very glad that you’re feeling better and glad things didn’t get worse. It’s a nasty, nasty disease.
  9. It actually cost them more than that. The mismanagement and PR disaster ended up pushing their stock down and they actually lost $400 million in net worth. If the parent company hadn’t also owned Olive Garden they would have gone bankrupt. https://medium.com/better-marketing/endless-profit-losses-red-lobsters-crab-leg-blunder-451206b3e385
  10. New Mexico is the only state under a stay-at-home order with businesses closed down. JFC, you can’t even get your facts right. Ahh, the “there’s plenty of unnamed people who I won’t mention but believe me they’re super credible” strategy. Seriously, just stop. You’re making an idiot out of yourself. You tried some weak *** “hyuck hyuck those lockdowns eight months ago that have all been opened sure didn’t stop the spread this month, hyuck hyuck.” Nobody’s buying that stupidity.
  11. And Democrats better be ready for this and have a strong counter-message to combat this.
  12. The lockdowns were over eight months ago, idiot. Also this... https://www.cbsnews.com/news/us-economy-shutdown-coronavirus-saved-2-7-million-lives/ A group of economists has compared these scenarios in a working paper issued earlier this month and come down squarely on the side of the shutdown: Closing down the economy saved between 900,000 and 2.7 million U.S. lives, they conclude.
  13. I wonder if there won’t be some kind of serious investigation into this Tyson-Jones thing, though. I remember seeing during the broadcast about betting odds where Tyson was the favorite, but the “Tie” option was a serious underdog. So all the people who bet on a “winner” (Tyson or Jones) got suckered when it was obvious that it was always going to be a “Tie” or “Draw”. A lot of people got suckered tonight, and not just the ones who paid $49.95 for a scripted PPV.
  14. The official judges literally had “entertainment value” as a criteria of judging this “contest”. It was fun to watch, but people acting like it’s an actual boxing match are delusional.
  15. Dude this whole thing was a parody of the Great White Hype movie. This thing was rigged in the most hilariously obvious way.
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