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Red Sox sign David Price to biggest contract for a pitcher in MLB history

Price's average annual salary of $31 million ties Miguel Cabrera's deal with the Detroit Tigers as the biggest in MLB history.


http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2577658-david-price-to-red-sox-latest-contract-details-comments-reaction

Who's evil now? Who's trying to buy a championship now?

Of Christmas trees and cats

Look, all year long, you play with your kitty with shiny, dangling things. Now, you bring home this big tree filled with shiny, dangling things, but you won't let your cat play with it.

You're sending poor kitty mixed messages!

Mae West - Her comedy holds up over time

Man, That Jessica Jones show. Hard to binge watch it.

It's really dark. Watch the first two episodes and had to take a break.

Nader's advice to Fed Chair Janet Yellen: talk to your husband, he probably knows better.

"Chairwoman Yellen, I think you should sit down with your Nobel Prize winning husband, economist George Akerlof, who is known to be consumer-sensitive," Nader, 81, wrote in an open letter published in the Huffington Post.

Nader also recommended that Yellen -- the Fed's first female Chair -- speak to one of her former male colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley, to get a better grasp on her job.




http://money.cnn.com/2015/11/24/news/economy/janet-yellen-letter-ralph-nader/index.html?iid=hp-toplead-dom

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This is why you shouldn't worship anyone.

Any "Leftovers" fans here?

If so, please explain last night's episode.

Hey, It's Thursday night, where's the NFL game? n/t

So, we should be afraid of Syrian refugees killing us and we need govt action to protect us

BUT...born and bred American gunmen can shoot up schools, movie theaters, and churches AND THERE'S NOTHING THAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT.

Do I have that right? Can someone explain the logical inconsistency?

ISIS is a problem for the nations in the Middle East to solve, not the West.

Yes, ISIS can conduct coordinated, individual acts of terror in the West, but they can de-stabilize entire nations in the Middle East. Thus, it's up to nations like Saudi Arabia, Iran, Egypt, Kuwait, Jordan, Yemen, Turkey, Bahrain, etc. to quell this threat. The best that the West can do is military action, but that's not an effective, long term solution. We cannot station troops there indefinitely. It's up to the nations in the Middle East solve their own problems.

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