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  1. I'd be fine with further Dungeons and Dragons crossovers at some point. It's the only crossover that truly makes sense honestly, and there's a lot more territory to explore.

  2. Nick and Terry Saban. Can be found at weekly mass on campus at UA and donated $1mm to help build the Catholic Student Center, among other donations

  3. I've sat right behind them on a number of occasions and see them pretty much weekly at Mass. They are both quite active in the church and are involved in more charitable causes than I can count.

  4. Melow mushrooms pizza joint In bham or the old Coble stone street in bham

  5. Go see a baseball game at Rickwood Field in Birmingham. It's the oldest professional baseball stadium still in use, built in 1910. It used to be the home of the Birmingham Barons and the Birmingham Black Barons of the Negro League. The stadium serves as a sort of living history museum now, and actual games are infrequent but still occur. Check their website for the schedule.

  6. If I've missed this ruling somewhere, I apologize, but the spell says that it creates a dome of protection above and around you. Since the spell specifically says a dome, and NOT a sphere, can an enemy burrow through the floor?

  7. You know what we didn’t have before Obama? The iPhone - an invention that made having a video camera in your pocket common for the first time, meaning that many, many things were able to be filmed and exposed that had always been going on, but had never been seen but rarely.

  8. For the record, Alabama also celebrates the combined Martin Luther King, Jr. / Robert E. Lee Birthday holiday on the third Monday of January each year.

  9. Most people I know in the black community in Alabama haven't been outwardly criticizing this fine because they know none of the monuments would ever actually be removed by the Republican legislature. The fine is low enough that monuments can be removed one by one over time with public donations covering the costs, and that's exactly what's been happening in other parts of Alabama so far. They already did this last year with some more significant Confederate monuments in Birmingham.

  10. First came the black and white lands, now behold the solid color lands...

  11. Tell that to someone like Joe Manganiello, who's married to Sofia Vergara and plays weekly in a custom dungeon in his basement with James Gunn, Vince Vaughn, and WWE star Paul "The Big Show" Wight.

  12. Orange, Blackberry, Blueberry, Plum, Apricot, Olive, Peach, Tangerine...

  13. That's why being a heroin junkie is such a hard addiction to break. One day you're in the hospital having an IV put in for a simple colonoscopy, the next day your buying value packs of needles, syringes, and saline solution from Walgreens or CVS just for the high. Insidious. /s

  14. Well when you get your Ph.D. in history, your dissertation has to basically be on some event in history that's never really been studied before (or warrants re-examination). So, if you're interested in the American filibusters (smugglers) that helped supply the Cuban rebels fighting the Spanish from 1895-1898, prior to the US intervening in the Spanish American War, I'm probably the world expert on that.

  15. To be entirely fair, the title is correct… there IS a great delusion going on here. She’s just a bit off on who is deluded.

  16. The next step up from playing the old Dick Dale soundtrack while riding Space Mountain

  17. Funny you mention that... one of my family's oldest friends was the saxophonist for Dick Dale and the Deltones! No idea if he was involved with the Space Mountain soundtrack though, I don't recall it featuring any sax.

  18. If they actually rescued these children and the government was in on it, why are they being treated on the USNS Comfort and Mercy, which are military ships controlled by the government? Were they rescued just to be handed right back to the Satanists? /s

  19. Apparently you have both Walt Disney World AND Universal Studios in your city! Lol!

  20. "Well thank GOD we finally cleared up that embarrassing mistake! How would you like to pay?"

  21. I can’t believe no one has mentioned the Didache yet. It’s one of the oldest surviving early Christian documents outside the Bible. It’s also not very long, so you can finish it in a few minutes.

  22. Gah, apologies… I was reading this on my phone and the first line got cut off.

  23. The fact that they don’t know this might be a pretty good indication that they haven’t spent a lot of time in a school before.

  24. "Yeah, no one in this country of FrEeDoM has ever masked before during a pandemic."

  25. “He probably would have survived the first accident, and possibly the second, but alas… there were several.”

  26. That’s a beautiful build! Now you need the John Hancock Building!

  27. Close. They'd say racism didn't exist until Obama was elected and this is his fault.

  28. As a professor, anytime someone says this I also like to point out that you know what else didn't exist until Obama's term in office? The iPhone. Racism hasn't been getting worse, it's been getting exposed because now everyone has a videocamera in their pocket.

  29. Yes, but he was in office from 2009 to the beginning of 2017. So, when people said racism was much worse at the end of his presidency than at the beginning, it's because few people had phones that could take videos in 2009, but almost everyone did by 2017, so the number of racial incidents that became visible went up exponentially by the end of his presidency.

  30. It's actually not so hard to pull that win con off, have done it many times.

  31. Yeah, it's just rare enough to see in an angel lifelink deck that you can definitely pull it off occasionally as no one really expects to see it. It's a fun win.

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