well that's just, like, your opinion, man
Are you a grease monkey? When it comes to your car do you just fix it all yourself? Or have you put your mechanic's kids through college and bought him/her a boat? What's the story of your biggest repair job - either tackled by yourself or a willing team (for the right price). It could be a repair - OR - a big modification job.
As we know, (almost) every car's worth saving/upgrading
Surprised this hasn't been started already...
Nothing else on AND Sierra Romero is nominated for an award.
Money Magazine ranked Michigan #2 nationally in its recent "Best Value" rankings. Full rankings/list at following link: http://new.money.com/money/best-colleges/rankings/best-colleges/
Free Press had an online article aout the rankings: http://www.freep.com/story/news/local/michigan/2016/07/11/university-michigan-soars-up-best-college-list/86941248/
Just to pass the time. So you can spend a day with any one person on earth. Who would it be and why? Let me throw in a few rules to eliminate the obvious. Keep it to 3 options, you do not get to have any form of adult situations with them. No religous figures, and to keep it interesting, if you choose someone from history, your day would be spent in their era. I'll start;
Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock - Would have loved to have been at Woodstock and who better to be there with then one of the greatest musicians ever
Jesse James - Love the old west, and would have loved the outlaw lifestyle
Anybody that was at the Roswell crash site that night - I need to know man
This concept has sorta gone viral this week (there's another series of issues that obviously takes much more precedence, but they are outside the scope of this blog). People are recounting the earliest news they can remember.
Today, I've seen a few people on twitter discussing the earliest sports moment they can remember. For reference, there was a thread in 2010 on the blog asking for earliest Michigan FB memories. It was a while ago, and only Michigan Football related. This is a bit wider.
It's Friday, it's July, it's time for this thread. What is your earliest sports memory?
The first datable sports memory I have was Kirk Gibson's bottom-of-the-8th home run in Game 5 of the '84 series. My family was watching it at another family's house on an old, small color tv. I gather people were going rather bananas, but my memory is vague. Still, I remember it.
A close second was the '85 Michigan-Iowa game.