Miller Moss Transfers To Mater Dei

Quarterback Miller Moss, who committed to USC last week, is transferring to Mater Dei from Alemany, according to Eric Sondheimer of the Los Angeles Times.

This is actually the third school for Moss, who spent his freshman year at Loyola. Remember that USC’s other committed quarterback, Jake Garcia, is also on his third school.

This is the world of elite high school quarterbacks.

22 thoughts on “Miller Moss Transfers To Mater Dei

    1. It’s the 21st century, David — If Jake is, in fact, “on his third quarterback” who are we to judge?

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    1. Here’s a better one. Like everybody else I’ve been thinking of how we rescue the poverty stricken areas of the nation’s big cities (you know, the ones that every politician promises to fix). This morning I heard one of a major city’s council members say the answer is (1) to remove qualified immunity from police officers and (2) direct 911 calls to qualified mental health workers. I’m assuming that the mental health folks wouldn’t get any more immunity than police (meaning they will get their asses sued off). Who ends up paying off on all these lawsuits? That would be the city itself —so the money would come out of the police budget and go into the city’s litigation fund. Who is helped by this? Not the poor —but the city’s trial attorneys. They’ll make contributions to the candidates who remove immunity and, in turn, the elected candidates will pay them off from the (tax payer funded) litigation fund.

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      1. Guess you didn’t see my follow up post saying how that didn’t age well…but yeah, WHO can’t even make a simple statement of fact w/o a screwup.

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    2. One more point of fact that must be considered when reading the original headline and impact: “An asymptomatic person is someone with Covid-19 who doesn’t have symptoms and never develops symptoms. Both scientists clarified that it’s not the same as someone who later develops symptoms, who would be classified as pre-symptomatic.”

      Key point: “and never develops symptoms.” People can still be contagious while pre-symptomatic.

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      1. I guess they maybe should’ve clarified what they meant…but they already admitted screwing the pooch (no offense pornboy) on this saying they’d messed up the data analysis.

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      1. Message to Folt & Bohn….

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  1. Your tax dollars hard at work,

    American population: 330,483,530
    Stimulus bill: $2,000,000,000,000.00

    Dividing the cost by every person in America is $6,051.74 (man, woman, child) On Average, there are 2.63 persons in each U.S. Household. That would have been a check for $15,916.07 for every household in America, on average.

    Ha! The final bill passed by the Senate was for $2.2 trillion, so every Citizen could have received a check for $6,657 and the average household, $17,508.

    Chew on it. The government could have given every person over $6,600 and every household on average over $17,500, but instead will give $1,200 to each adult under a certain income (not every man, woman & child).

    It’s missing 96% of your tax dollars.

    Take a look at the amounts below shown! WHAT do they have to do with COVID?

    $300,000,000.00 for Migrant and Refugee Assistance pg. 147

    $10,000.00 per person for student loan bailout

    $100,000,000.00 to NASA, (they want to get off the planet!)

    $20,000,000,000.00 to the USPS,

    $300,000,000.00 to the Endowment for the Arts

    $300,000,000.00 for the Endowment for the Humanities/ because no one even knew that was a thing

    $15,000,000.00 for Veterans Employment Training

    $435,000,000.00 for mental health support

    $30,000,000,000.00 for the Department of Education stabilization fund/because that will keep people employed

    $200,000,000.00 to Safe Schools Emergency Response to Violence Program

    $300,000,000.00 to Public Broadcasting / NPR

    $500,000,000.00 to Museums and Libraries / Who the hell knows how we are going to use it

    $720,000,000.00 to Social Security Admin / but get this – only $200,000,000 is to help people. The rest is for admin costs

    $25,000,000.00 for Cleaning supplies for the Capitol Building / I kid you not, it’s on page 136

    $7,500,000.00 to the Smithsonian for additional salaries

    $35,000,00000 to the JFK Center for performing Arts. Ditto on when are we going to use it? It’s just mostly for DC and NYC elites, anyway.

    $25,000,000.00 for additional salary for House of Representatives (THE BEST EVER!!!! They snuck it in….perfect).

    $3,000,000,000.00 upgrade to the IT department at the VA

    $315,000,000.00 for State Department Diplomatic Programs (the same Deep State that keeps stalling efforts to get us out of the Mideast wars)

    $95,000,000.00 for the Agency of International Development

    $ 300,000,000.00 for International Disaster Assistance

    $90,000,000.00 for the Peace Corp pg. 148

    $13,000,000.00 to Howard University pg. 121 (WTH?)

    But wait there’s more!!!! But no gensu knife.

    9,000,000.00 Misc. Senate Expenses pg. 134

    $100,000,000.00 to Essential Air carriers pg. 162 This of note because the Airlines are going to need billions in loans to keep them afloat. $100,000,000.00 is chump change

    $40,000,000,000. goes to the Take Responsibility to Workers and Families Act. This sounds like it’s direct payments for workers. Pg. 164

    $1,000,000,000.00 Airlines Recycle and Save Program pg. 163

    $25,000,000.00 to the FAA for administrative costs pg. 165

    $492,000,000.00 to National Railroad Passenger Corporation (Amtrak) pg. 167

    $526,000,000.00 Grants to Amtrak to remain available if needed through 2021 pg. 168 (what are the odds that doesn’t go unused)

    Hidden on page 174 the Secretary has 7 days to allocate the funds & notify Congress

    $25,000,000,000.00 for Transit Infrastructure pg. 169

    $3,000,000.00 Maritime Administration pg. 172

    $5,000,00000 Salaries and Expenses Office of the Inspector General pg. 172

    $2,500,000.00 Public and Indian Housing pg. 175

    $5,000,000.00 Community Planning and Development pg. 175

    $2,500,000.00 Office of Housing

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    1. Americans like to believe dollars are being spent wisely and where needed. They like to believe their 2 party system is working for them.

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