it's a major award
In case you hadn't heard, an 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck off the northern coast of Honshu, the main island in Japan, this morning. It triggered a tsunami that is heading east across the Pacific, and has apparently already struck Hawaii (they had a lot of warning, so loss of life should be minimal). It also swept much of the Japanese coastline well inland of the coast.
Hundreds are already reported dead, and severe damage was reported as far away as Tokyo. I think I speak for the entire MGoCommunity when I say that our thoughts and prayers are with those in Japan.
This is one of the most incredible things I've ever read. Is it really possible that banks will be able to keep this sort of thing up forever?
(Link is quite long, but worth the time, IME)
What was the website that had the 80% off deals last year? I'm looking to get some tees at a decent price. FYI not in A2
edit:Whats a good site for A2 wallpapers?
(per mgoboard's policy, i'll try to make this post as apolitical as possible.)
michael moore, after years of sporting a spartan cap, please take the block "M" hat off. i'd much much much prefer it if you weren't in our bandwagon. thank you.
Enter to win a 3D TV, a surround sound system, and show your Michigan Pride.
The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that the lawyer who contacted Tressel was former-OSU walk-on Chris Cicero, whose time at OSU overlapped with Tressl's time as an assistant at OSU. Cicero, apparently, has a history of unethical conduct, which is not remotely surprising as he probably should not have been talking to Tressel in the first place.
There are a lot of ways to interpret this information. But even if we take Tressel's word that his concern was for maintaining confidentiality, it appears that Tressel chose to keep quiet to protect his former player at the expense of the institution and with clear disregard for the rules. Now, while this is in some way understandable from a personal standpoint, it is completely indfensible from a professional one.