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I think about weird stuff. Like, what would happen if E.T. and Mr. T. had a baby? Well, you’d get Mr. E.T., wouldn’t you? And, you know, I think he’d sound a little something like this. ‘I pity the fool who doesn’t phone home!

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The Rock Chalkboard

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2020 NFL Draft: A look at every first-round pick
Round 1 of the 2020 NFL Draft is over, and it was historic for a number of reasons — virtual in nature, with Roger Goodell announcing picks from his basement — and with the SEC shattering the record for number of first-round picks by conference.

Hakeem Adeniji realized he had NFL potential early in KU career
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Bits o Chalk

Green Bay Packers trade up to select QB Jordan Love with 26th pick of NFL draft
The Green Bay Packers traded up late in the first round of the 2020 NFL draft on Thursday night, using the 26th pick to select the potential heir to Aaron Rodgers: Utah State quarterback Jordan Love.

No. 1 pick Joe Burrow ready to compete to be Bengals' starting QB
Months of speculation ended Thursday night when the Bengals selected former LSU standout Joe Burrow with the first overall pick in the NFL draft. With this year's event taking place virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic, Burrow celebrated with his family and put on a Bengals hat from his home in Athens County, Ohio.

Lamar Jackson labels new Ravens LB Patrick Queen as 'Ray Lewis Jr.'
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Giants' Dave Gettleman explains wearing mask during virtual NFL draft
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Eraser Dust

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2nd COVID-19 death reported in Flathead County
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The Road to Reopening - Flathead Beacon
He’s modeled scenarios that account for rising temperatures and shrinking glaciers, endangered species and invasive ones, trailheads choked with hikers, the strategic placement of a vault toilet, and the logistics of maintaining a 50-mile expanse of alpine highway that has to accommodate around 3 million people every year.

Until now, however, he’s never had to contend with a pandemic.

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Kalispell Superintendent recommends online learning for remainder of school year
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He said the only exception for in-person learning would be for one-on-one guidance between a staff member and student needing specific academic or emotional support.

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