landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Just to let everyone know, the tickets have gone on sale as of noon. If you want a midnight showing in your area (particularly IMAX, as a good portion is filmed in IMAX), it wouldn't hurt to check sooner rather than later. (I know my IMAXs were sold out weeks in advance for the last one). First show 12:01 am July 20.
To give the post a little more meat and entertainment-
My local liquor store (Discount liquor in Milwaukee area) has a manufacturer's coupon that brings a "Premium Tennessee Whiskey" to $7 from $22. So that's what I'm drinking.
Just finished watching the DVR of the Monaco Grand Prix and now I'm on to watching the Stanley Cup Finals and the Celtics-Heat game.
What are all y'all doing tonight?
Tigers trying to comeback from 4 zip.
Bases loaded, no out and Cabrera at the plate
I thought this was extremely well put together. I don't know the last time I cried over sports, but it's an interesting question.
My three big thoughts were: Being at the ND game last year, being at OSU. He does a great job of explaining the fan experience before games. When I think of going to games during undergrad it's not so much being in the stands, what happened on the field, but I definitely remember the sea of Maize and Blue on Hoover street. Thought 3 was how badly I want a sport to care about right now!
(Go Cubs! hahahaha, we're awful...)
This has kind of been a long time coming for me, but I just accepted an offer to come work for an advertising agency in Dearborn, and I will be moving to Detroit from Cleveland. I'm from Michigan originally, but have never lived in southeast Michigan. I was wondering if anyone who lives in the area could give advice on where to live, any nice apartments, etc.
I've been strongly considering moving downtown. I've looked at a couple apartments that look pretty cool, and it might be fun to have a downtown lifestyle. However, I don't want to get stabbed.
I've also considered Ann Arbor, but I'm not sure how much I would enjoy the commute from AA to Dearborn everyday on 94.
Anyways, thanks in advance for any tips or advice you can give. They are greatly appreciated.
Speaks for itself. What a shame.