It's a Woot Off!
There you go, always a new day when life gives lemons and (insert 4 more anecdotes about happiness that makes the voices shut up).
Woot.com - Go now, save money, geek out.
I appreciate anyone who takes the time to read this...I am going to be moving to Denver, CO at the end of the year and while I am hoping to transfer with my company, I more than likely will have to look for a new job. That being said, I was wondering if anyone could give me some information on good companies to work for in Denver or if there are any to stay away from. My background is in IT sales and I would like to stay in the Sales arena if possible. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you and Go Blue!
My old roommate is currently dating a buckeye...they are from the same hometown so they knew each other previously...at first I was just like whatever this is a phase...but now after 3 months he is saying he is in love with her...He also claims that despite being in love with her, he still bleeds maize and blue...what are your thoughts?? I consider him to be soft and irrational, thinking he can bleed maize and blue while dating a buckeye.
Comes out September 3rd - could be ridiculously camp or they might try to make it a new Desperado. Either way it's a great start to a football season.
Best first week of September ever!
Senator Carl Levin (D-Michigan) joined a well-documented list of famous people who have taken pies in the face Monday, when a Michigan State student hit the lawmaker with a confectionery projectile during a question and answer session at a deli in Big Rapids, Michigan.
Ahlam Mohsen, the 23-year-old perpetrator of the saccharine assault, later told local news that the act was meant to protest the perceived pro-war legislative record of Senator Levin, who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Mohsen was arrested and charged with assault and battery after the incident, but has yet to be arraigned, CNN reports.
1. Most of the stickies can now be found on the front page under the "MGoBoard" link.
2. I've removed a couple, both of which are linked in the FAQ. With a competent WYSIWYG in place ShockFX's html primer is less critical and the premium info policy is now just taking up space.
3. The FAQ has been updated about offtopic material. It's basically the same as before but with greater emphasis on on-topic posts during the season. Items about Michigan, Ann Arbor, the Big Ten, and future opponents/past opponents are always on topic. Discussion about other college sports is encouraged to a certain extent as well, and pro sports threads will be tolerated as long as they are not too frequent.
During the season everything else is liable to be removed. If it's on par with a C-Rex opus of awesomeness it obviously won't, but anything that's just clutter will probably get axed. We'll start enforcing this policy the week before the season. It will lift after the bowl game.
Because there totally will be one.