Damion is a Division 1 recruit right now! At 6’3 275 with quick feet, and aggressive nature makes Phipps a guy Top D1 Schools can start to recruit right now, and should. Damion breaks the mold when it comes to exceptional talent. Damion plays with confidence, and is a cerebral player too he doesn’t just use his power to bully people on the line he tricks them into doing what he wants and then he punishes them.
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People become coaches by paying $39.99 to join and a monthly fee of $15.95. They get discounts on products and receive a cut of what they sell to customers. They can also earn money by signing up coaches and getting commissions from their sales. He then goes on to discuss some points that are only loosely related, like the idea that strong party discipline is undesirable (I disagree, but this is a different issue from whether a supermajority rule is desirable). Then he seems to mount a contradictory argument that (a) one of the good things about the filibuster is that it promotes parochialism (I agree, but this is bad), and (b) that liberals shouldn’t complain about parochialism because it’s inevitable (I agree, but see [a] the filibuster promotes parochialism). Then he rolls off some nonsense about because individual senators tend to be hypocritical about process arguments, that we shouldn’t take seriously any proposition about the desirability of changing the political process..