I saw this thread on Reddit today and thought I would bring it on over here for your perusal/enjoyment. The picture really makes a day.
Up until a few weeks ago, I used to get a facebook notification every time there was a new post on the Mgoblog front page. That has stopped happening recently, though. I don't think I changed anything, but who knows. If not me, either facebook itself or the blog's facebook page must have changed some setting. Anyone know?
Anyone have any recommendations for flood restoration in Livonia / western Wayne county? I'm sure they're all slammed, but any insight on who is reliable / trustworthy would be appreciated.
Surprised this hasn't been posted yet. Barwis was on WTKA with Sam and Ira this morning, discussing his new venture. The podcast is up now-
07 - Mike Barwis in Studio 5/24/11
Also at the beginning of 8 they talk about him for a few good minutes.
(08 - Penn State Loses hoop coach).
Mainly they're talking about his new facility in Plymouth, and how they're going to cater to all types of people, from the high school to pro athlete, as well as mom's with kids. For more info there's his website:
Love his flaming balls. (You have to see it....)
As I'm sure most of you know, today is our last real day on earth. Anyone have anything interesting going on? I think I'll devote my day to spending all of my savings and killing all of my enemies, but I haven't really settled on that.
Mod Edit: Bumped to coordinate the MGoApocalypse 2.0. The earthquakes start in Tonga 1am EST EXACTLY!
So, essentially here's the story. Having read posts by both MGoShoe and Section 1 that related that Mr. Brandon was pushing Michigan toward the Block M as the primary logo mark for Michigan, I sent, over the course of six months, several emails to ESPN.com customer care telling them that they had the wrong logo for Michigan on their site. The first couple were ignored, but thanks to some help from the MGoTwitterati and some links to the official Michigan site, ESPN.com has finally switched the Michigan logo on the site to the Block M.
What had been is now..
This logo, while not the traditional Maize logo, does closely resemble the center court logo at Crisler. I know that the maize Block M, even with the blue border, would be very hard to see on a white background site, but this is a good luck. It will look very nice on ESPN.com
Now to make SI.com change their logo: