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The first type of right-wing troll to come back was the longtime irony poster who can't be ideologically tied to 1/6 because his actual ideology is entirely hidden within the persona. The next type will probably be the early @Vicious type. Someone who "just started following politics" sometime after January 2021, who was never into Q but wants to understand why they're so upset.

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3 minutes ago, Ezekiel 25:17 said:

You BEST believe all of the sudden a $hit ton of conservatives are going to start wearing mask and distancing! I knew that was coming! 

As for Biden, I suggest he place anyone who gets thrown off a plane by any airlines to be placed on a no-fly list for non-compliance.

That'll make them wear masks for sure, especially if your job requires you to travel a lot.

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35 minutes ago, shc said:

It’s always interesting to me to hear religious/conservatives say life begins at conception, when the Bible states that life begins when god breathes life into the baby, aka after they are out of the womb. 

Sorry, this is a horrible argument.  It's anti Scriptural, it's anti-science, and it reveals a very poor grasp of both.

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28 minutes ago, Serge said:

The first type of right-wing troll to come back was the longtime irony poster who can't be ideologically tied to 1/6 because his actual ideology is entirely hidden within the persona. The next type will probably be the early @Vicious type. Someone who "just started following politics" sometime after January 2021, who was never into Q but wants to understand why they're so upset.

I almost wish he was back here spinning the tales of how Trump is actually still president and is planning to take back the white house with the 5,000 loyal marines that are perched and ready at langley.

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I will post the top 11 from that guy. 

1. Trevor Lawrence, QB1, Clemson (6-6, 220)

Although there are areas of his game that require improvement, Lawrence is a generational talent with his combination of size, arm talent, mobility, processing skills and intangibles. His rare blend of traits makes him the easy choice at No. 1.

2. Penei Sewell, OT1, Oregon (6-6, 330)

For a blocker with his size and strength, Sewell is astonishingly efficient with his movement patterns due to his natural flexibility and footwork. Not only does he offer impressive physical traits, but his split-second reads and reflexes are also advanced for a player his age.

3. Ja’Marr Chase, WR1, LSU (6-0, 210)

Chase is extremely talented after the catch and with the ball in the air, exemplifying the “my ball” attitude to consistently win the catch point (plays like a smaller Larry Fitzgerald). He appears very natural with his route movements but needs to do a better job making every route look the same off the line of scrimmage.

4. Zach Wilson, QB2, BYU (6-2, 212)

Although scouts wish he was bigger and faced a tougher schedule, Wilson has the dynamic skill set that NFL teams covet. A naturally accurate passer, he has outstanding mobility with a whip for an arm to make off-platform throws look routine.

5. Kyle Pitts, TE1, Florida (6-6, 240)

Described as a “unicorn” by the Florida coaching staff, Pitts is what a twitchy big man looks like, using his natural reflexes, flexible movements and athletic ball skills to be a cheat code as a pass-catcher. Although he lacks the body power to convincingly sustain or drive block, he is willing and competitive to contribute as a blocker, but he should be evaluated more as a weapon than a traditional tight end.

6. Rashawn Slater, OT2, Northwestern (6-4, 308)

Slater doesn’t have ideal height or length, but he is agile, stout and power-packed and doesn’t allow rushers to go through him (Isaiah Wynn conversation all over again). He is very quick to lock up pass rushers before they can set up their moves, rarely straying from his fundamentals.

7. DeVonta Smith, WR2, Alabama (6-0, 172)

Despite a frail build and average stopwatch speed, Smith is natural in everything he does, finding space, finishing catches and not going down easy (he is tougher and more competitive than most 225-pound receivers). The Alabama coaches used him across the formation and routinely highlighted him as having the best hands on the team, accounting for only seven drops on 268 catchable targets in his career.

8. Jaylen Waddle, WR3, Alabama (5-10, 182)

With his natural speed and burst, Waddle is dangerous before and after the catch, showing the creativity, competitiveness and separation skills to stress defenses in different ways (responsible for four receptions of 75-plus yards in his career). While still a work-in-progress with several details of the position, he showed clear maturation with his route construction and ball skills in 2020.

9. Justin Fields, QB3, Ohio State (6-3, 218)

Fields is remarkably talented with his size, athleticism and upside as a passer. While his passing vision is not currently NFL-ready, he throws a clean, accurate ball and NFL coaches will love his toughness and composure.

10. Caleb Farley, CB1, Virginia Tech (6-2, 205)

Farley checks boxes with his size, speed and reaction skills while also developing his comfort level on defense, which has allowed him to anticipate the action and play ultracompetitive. With only two years of experience at corner, he needs continued work with his route recognition and fundamental muscle memory, but the majority of his flaws are due to inexperience and not inability.

11. Patrick Surtain, CB2, Alabama (6-2, 205)

With his foot athleticism, body range and ball skills, Surtain plays sticky coverage and doesn’t panic downfield, consistently staying balanced and in phase. While he is athletic and false steps are infrequent, he lacks suddenness in his movements, giving explosive receivers a chance to separate.

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5 minutes ago, falconsd56 said:

I almost wish he was back here spinning the tales of how Trump is actually still president and is planning to take back the white house with the 5,000 loyal marines that are perched and ready at langley.

Speaking of which, has anyone put @Domed Outter on suicide watch since the Qcollapse yesterday?🤣

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