Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
So there are a lot of good posters on this board. And I've always wondered, who is an ex-football player? Who played on the basketball team?
Also - if you are a corporate CEO, I'd be interested in hearing about that too.
Let's see what kind of talent we have on MGoBlog.
Myself - I played on a non-revenue sport and graduated in 2001. Currently in sales.
So the Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs have mastered marketing to an extent I could not even believe. They've started a new uniform design marketing campaign called "Smell the Change."
The new Saturday jersey is amazing. It's bacon themed. We're talking a red shirt with Pigs spelled out and bacon underlining it. We're talking white pants with bacon piping down the legs. We're talking a gray hat with a slice of bacon as the logo. Bacon. Bacon bacon.
And we're not stopping there. They have a gray shirt with the bacon logo on it for $18. For just $4 more, we're talking $22, they'll sell you the same shirt that smells like bacon! For up to 10-15 washes! CAN I GET A DOZEN NOW?
So in my attempt to read every kind of fucked up news article I can, I came across this.
Pretty much the best comedy films from the last 35 years had Harold Ramis' imprint on it. Sounds like had been suffering quite a lot the last couple years too unfortunately with a rare autoimmune disease.
If you got the time, watch a few clips today from Ghostbusters, Stripes, Groundhog Day, Caddyshack, Animal House, National Lampoon's Vacation, Back to School or Meatballs. There are other films too and directing bits on The Office.
Updated: All seems to be fine at this time.
An emergency alert was sent out by MSU around 1 PM
"MSU ALERT, Man with a gun seen heading into Bessy hall secure-in-place immediately. please advise others if you can. www.msu.edu for more info"
It has since been claimed that the weapon was a training weapon and that all is well.
Since this post now exists, kudos to MSU staff for moving quickly on this and deploying alerts, as well as locking down classrooms quickly.