Many NFL players graduated (or were grading there, if they left school early) at the top of their classes-- especially the linemen. Yes, the linemen are often the most intelligent.
Try watching an analyst on the NFL network draw out a play some time. Now think about having a dozen other plays out of that same formation, and a half-dozen other formations each representing a dozen plays, and tell me you don't have to have at least average intelligence.
The ones who WERE pushed through school don't make it in the NFL, and sometimes don't even make it in the NCAA.
Stereotypes are bad.
He harrassed you for driving a ricer, not because it was an import. I highly doubt he's tailing every Camry.
The Dodge Charger AWD has two engines with over 300 HP.
This statement was modded up +4.
Slashdot moderators have absolutely no intellectual honesty.
It's in the 9th.
"The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people."
even after the Affordable Care Act, millions of poor Americans will remain uninsured because governors, mainly Republicans, have refused to expand Medicaid
The logical fallacies are strong with this one.
Because $6,700 is real chump change. I know families where both parents work for at least 40 hours a week, and they have outstanding medical bills of just a few thousand dollars that they can't pay. Racking up $6,700 a year, plus the few hundred a month, is only going to make things worse.
This is absolutely NOT helping the people who the administration claimed it would.