"Though I received no official response to these sophisticated and elegant tweets to the Illini Athletic Department, I would like to think that Beckman spent the evening prank calling everyone in Illinois named George McLellan and then ordering an absurd amount of hats off an internet haberdashery to hoard in his home's hat annex."
Okay, there's all this stuff out there re: Rich Rod, the Quarterbacks, the NCAA, the Defense... So I've been tipping back a few of my favorite brews, and I got to thinking - "back when I didn't have any money, what was the worst beer I spent my money on?". The short answer is "too many", the longer answer goes like this...
I'm a 1982 high school grad so these beers are dated, but still suck. In no particular order, here are the beers my buddies and I drank to get a buzz: Goebel, Milwaukee's Best, Buckhorn, Hamm's and Schlitz.
So what's your worst beer? Happy Friday Night!
As the title states, can anyone confirm that Canada is in the dark when it comes to shipping.
I presume that this question has been asked in the past, so I'm just trying to remind people.
The plan as of this moment is to get down for a game eventually (hopefully this year), but it would be nice to be sporting some swag as I enter.
I appreciate your time. Go Blue.
If anyone is interested, there's a fascinating show on HDT right now (8-9 EST) called "Wolverine Revealed". I randomly found it while flipping through channels and can't stop watching.
It's just about wolverines and a guy that's been photographing them for 19 years.
Fifth "did you know"....
... that Dennis Fizgerald won a golf medal in wrestling at the 1963 Pan American Games, and set the Michigan Wolverines football record with a 99-yard kickoff return?
Anyone else think someone at Wikipedia is an alum as this is the second U of M football reference in about a month and the fourth or fifth in about six months?
A^2 is looking to ban couches on front porches...
The end of an era. I think the wine-o's will be the most disappointed.
I know we aren’t supposed to talk about it, but this is an epic seismic shift in mgoblog-land. Brian has become the spirit of the living football team. He is the leader and the best, the victor, of the mgoblog-community. However, in recent times, Brian has happened to fall on hard times. Sure, first it was just Magnas, the OSU of mgoblog land, aka, the primary rival to most people around these parts. Most of us love to hate him, but we need him and his rebellious ways, and Brian needs him, because damnit, he’s part of what makes Brian so great.
So Magnus took over and won a few games, big deal, right? Brian will surely get it right back… NO! Not only did Brian get jumped by Magnus, but soon others joined Magnus in taking over Brian’s position as leader and the best (if only hypothetically in mgopoints, because we all truly knew Brian was still the leader and the best). Soon, Brian was in sixth place all time in mgopoints, far from where most of us thought he should be. But then came the 2010 season.
Sure, people were counting down to the event, and many claimed they saw it coming, but few actually believed their own words without worry. There was talk of mgopoint-inflation, and talk of Brian having to practice a little longer (in other words, allow points from a few years ago to be taken away) in order to succeed. Most of us wanted desperately to believe, but in our hearts, we were a little unsure.
Then, it happened. 2010 happened. Some call it revenge. Others purely payback. Redemption comes to mind. As does destiny. The moment has come. Brian is back at number one. Overnight Brian jumped 20,000 points and retook his rightful place in mgoblog land. Brian’s back baby! And I hope you all see the metaphor. Go Blue!