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(Detroit Free Press)   Lions could move training camp to West Virginia just to let players know Detroit ain't so bad   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, National Football League, The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, Greenbrier County, West Virginia, regular training camp, New England Patriots, Houston Texans, DetroitLions  
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2020-05-28 10:58:12 AM  
The Greenbriar is probably better than all of Michigan, combined.
2020-05-28 12:44:19 PM  
Detroit Lions fans to West Virginia: Keep 'em.
2020-05-28 1:06:49 PM  
Let's see, what's safer as to coronavirus, Michigan or WV?

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2020-05-28 1:15:46 PM  
Greenbrier County has 9 confirmed cases of Covid.  Or less than 26 per 100,000
2020-05-28 2:55:31 PM  
Fifty years ago I wrote a paper in college suggesting possible new national parks.  In the paper I suggested they should make the entire state of WV a national park.  The professor gave me an A, partially because the paper was well written, and partially because it was entertaining despite being mostly a diatribe.

Fast forward to today:  well, they ruined the whole place and can't make a national park.  Should just declare it a national brownfield and send all the country's waste products there.
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