here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
Feeling down over the game? All our rivals winning the Big Ten? Coaching uncertainty making you a sad panda? POS-BANG to make you, and others, feel better. Do it early, do it often, do something to make yourself, and someone else, smile.
(Edit: to see if it makes it appear on the MGoBoard too).
I was on a flight this morning wearing my Michigan alumni gear sitting right next to a Buckeye, and we had a very nice conversation the entire flight. It makes me think we all might know at least one tolerable buckeye. I remember we did this with State week, but in the spirit of Thanksgiving, do you have buckeyes close to you that you enjoy their company?
I have close family friends that treat me like their second daughter. I avoid them one week a year.
GO BLUE! BEAT OSU!
MODS: feel free to delete if this clogs up the board. Just thought it'd be nice for the holiday.
So as we are in the midst of M-OSU week, folks tend to break out their gear in support at work and around town. It's been nice for me living in OH (Cincinnati, so it's not too bad as there is a fairly decent support for M here and a good minority of disgust for OSU since it dominates Univ. of Cincinnati) and seeing the Maize and Blue around town.
Whenever I see it, I normally throw out a "Go Blue!". That got me thinking though if this is what others use as a standard greeting to their fellow Wolverines that they don't know or if folks have other salutations or gestures (such as 'Hail' fist pump).
The UM Club of Cleveland is presenting a reception and program with David Brandon tonight. Anyone else going to this event?
Wire came across that the relief pitcher for the Rangers, who played 59 innings, beats out A-Jax for Rookie of the Year. Complete and utter bullshit. The grind of 162 games and impressively consistent production is far more valuable. Shit. When does spring training start?
After 10 years in Chicago, I just got a new job in NYC and am moving at the end of the month. I fly out this week to find an apartment, likely in the Brooklyn area, and am looking for any general tips on neighborhoods. I hear Williamsburg is a cool spot, though i also see on craigslist a lot of good deals in places such as Clinton Hill, Prospect Heights, Park Slope, Bed-Stuy, etc etc. Any places i should specifically check out or avoid altogether?? Ideally for work, I'd be close to a subway line that can easily connect to the F line. Many thanks for your input.