Due to Craze for Maize's (Michigan phan2) inability to be Commissioner of multiple Online Dynasties, I will be taking over for the B1G Dynasty. The participants are as follows:
That time of the week. Did we even have one last week? I was too busy going America all over everybody.
Anyway there's plenty of actual football talk elsewhere, from the Pac12 wussing out to the PSU fallout, I've really liked the recent either/or questions on the board, so here's some potential discussion topics for this summer Friday:
1. Mustang or Camaro? (Or Challenger for you Mopar folks. Open ended - classics, new, etc)
2. Strawberry or Grape on your PB&J?
3. Follow up to 2: Chunky or smooth PB?
4. SNL Halcyon 1 or 2? (Original cast, Belushi, Akroyd, Chevy, etc vs. Sandler, Rock, Farley, etc)
5. Most overrated movie of the last 20 years?
Happy Friday everyone. And don't forget we're only Days from the start of the season
It's the off-season, it's getting pretty late, and I'm bored. I thought I would start a discussion of Summer/Fall TV shows you were excited about.
Personally, I am most excited about Breaking Bad starting next week (July 15th). It's the final season, so I'm expecting some fireworks. Hell on Wheels, another well-made AMC show (August 12th), is another one that I am looking forward to. It's a bit more of a slow-moving show, but it definitely got me hooked during the first season.
Dexter will be starting back up in the Fall, probably around the end of September. Community starts back up in October, though it is being mvoed to a Friday night slot, where shows go to die. The League will be back in early-ish Fall.
Any shows you are all looking forward to resuming this Summer or Fall?
Anything else you guys feel like talking about?
So, on this, one of three days a year in which there are no major four sports games going, we have the ESPYs.
I LOATHE the idea of letting people vote on awards. People are stupid. Voting is almost always done for a favorite and not a true winner.
First complaint: (EDIT) Chris Berman confusing me about what year plays took place (see below).
In the words of THE KNOWLEDGE: Comments commence.
Thought the Nebraska mascot was pretty much the star of the video.
Edit: Damn, embed fail. Someone please assist.
Pretty much what it says - 7-11 is offering free slurpees to celebrate it's 85th birthday today from 11 am to 7 pm. For a change this doesn't look just local/Ann Arbor, but probably national, so all readers can partake. But college kids in particular like free stuff, and it's not as hot, but still hot. And really, everyone likes free stuff.
You can find a store that's offering it on their own website-