mesmerism! presidential assassinations! circuses on fire!
I just got an e-mail that Lloyd Carr will be speaking at the School of Public Health on April 5th at 3:30 PM in the SPH II Auditorium. He joins Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher of the Michigan NeuroSport Program and Dr. David Sleet, Associate Director for Science, CDC National Injury Prevention and Control.
The talk is entitled "Play Smart: Injury Prevention on and off the Field" and is free and open to the public. They are requesting that if you plan on attending, you register here: http://www.sph.umich.edu/scr/playsmart/
Hope some of you can make it out for this! Go Blue!
I judge myself for thinking this is hilarious, and he's okay. Apparently a member of the spanish guard passed out in the heat in Madrid while the prince and princess of Spain were greeting Charles and Camilla. At least he fainted in proper position.
Not sure what his association with the school is, no information on his wiki page. Just found it hilarious in the face of all of the other criminal, alleged or otherwise, activities in Spartyville lately.
We're just over a quarter of the way through Pakistan's chase of 261 to win - which means a couple of hours left before what's shaping up to be an exciting finish. Winner plays Sri Lanka in the final in Mumbai.
Mods, feel free to delete if this is too far off topic.
This is Gus:
Gus is a nearly 2-year-old American Bulldog. He enjoys walks, playing at the park, and food. Lately, he also enjoys severe allergic reactions caused by unknown stimuli:
It has happened twice now, both within the last week. His face swells like a balloon, and he develops a serious hives on his legs and neck. A shot of antihistimines at the vet has solved the problem both times, but that's a rather expensive trip to take regularly.
I have no idea what is causing these reactions, but it doesn't seem to be food. The vet seems to think it might be spider bites, but we haven't seen any spiders around the house. Have any MGoDog owners experienced anything similar? Any advice? Preferably advice that does not involve anal glands?
I recently found this picture when going through some stuff my dad saved from when he went to michigan (class of 85), and I want to know what game it was from (it might not be from when he was at UM). I was hoping that maybe one of you remembers some of the players or even the game; Any help would be appreciated.
Sorry for the bad quality. Some hints that I have been able to find out so far:
We were playing MSU (back when they had numbers on their helmets)
You may not be able to see it because of the quality, but the number of MSU's returner looks like its 28. It definitely starts with a 2
EDIT: smaller pic: