Meram is scoring some sweet-ass goals of late
This is probably way too OT to be posted, but that Walking Dead thread stayed up so...
Am I the only one who doesn't think that the series finale to How I Met Your Mother was the worst ending to any show in the history of history? I loved the ending, but I feel like I am the only one on earth to love it.
I just moved to Dallas and am suffering from Oberon withdrawal bad. Anyone down here have experience with shipping it in or just buying it in the area?
I'm thinking about just asking my dad to ship it down but don't want him to get into any legal trouble
I iknow we're in the midst of March Madness, but I couldn't resist putting the news out (in case it wasn't already known) that Hunter House, a greasy slider insititution in Birmingham MI for 50 years, is coming to AA. I was there Saturday (two double cheese, chili fries) and spoke to the staff about it. If you haven't been, just know that this is good news: Blimpy will always rule for those of us who were at school there, but Hunter House will be a blessing for hungover students and hungry visitors alike.
Who wouldn't want to watch a hype video before the big game tomorrow? Well, this should do the trick:
How does that saying go, "Karma is a ........."
Bad jokes aside, this is horrible news for the university. I hope they can contain it because these things can spread very quickly.
But, it could be a useful recruiting tool for Michigan to point out that OSU is a petri dish of harmful viruses.
And if Aaron Craft was smart, he'll start using the fact he had the mumps as to why he choked.
The Board discussed this last week (HERE).
Researchers believe they discovered the signal in space that must have occurred just fractions of a second after the Big Bang.
The New York Times has an in-depth piece about the theory and the BICEP2 team on the South Pole "seeing" the radio waves dating 13.8 billion years ago.
Dr. Alan Guth is credited with the theory of "inflation," which explains why the universe expanded so quickly and uniformly. The idea that the cosmos experienced an exponential growth spurt in its first trillionth, of a trillionth of a trillionth of a second would seem to be confirmed by this discovery.