to play football, not to play trumpet
What? It's almost 10am on Friday and no one has created a posbang thread yet?!?! Well, that certainly needs to change. Let the banging begin!!!
So all across my twitter feed today there have been pictures of one quite iconic call from 25 years ago on this date:
Shot on Ehlo.... GOOOOOOOOOD!!!!
If you didn't picture Jordan's jump and fistpump, you haven't been paying attention. What other calls stand out to you in the last 25 years? Any Michigan related? One that sticks in my brain is "GALLON, they left him alone!" It always amazes me how hearing radio and/or TV calls can bring one back to exactly where they were the moment they heard it.
"May the Fourth...be with you"
I thought it was corny when my high school son brought it up yesterday. At church today I was surprised that everyone was saying it. My son serves in youth services and brought his plastic light sabers. Some of the little kids wore Jedi costumes! Maybe I'm out of it - is day commenly known as Star Wars Day?
Interesting how Star Wars spans generations. I saw Episode IV in the theaters when I was in high school – I went 7 seven times (which made my dad nuts). Now, my kids are just as excited about the movie series as I was back then. They watch “Clone Wars” on Netflix all the time and have seen all six Episodes dozens of times.
Shout out to all my fellow Wolverine classmates who graduate today!
If you graduated today feel free to post so you can get the posbang that you deserve.
Seems like it was just yesterday that we were freshmen going to orientation. Good luck in all of your future endeavors.
LSA EEB class of 2014!
Forever Go Blue
Hi guys, just wanted to take the time to say Hello. I put in the work last night, got prepared and accomplished the task. Have a good day.
I'm currently a junior in high school and am looking to dual-enroll in calculus III. I'm looking at places like the local community colleges like Schoolcraft and Washtenaw, but I realized I forgot about the most obvious choice of all: Michigan.
Could anyone break down how the cost of classes go? They say that the cost per credit hour is $661 and I'm not sure what that means. And also, how well would math credits transfer into UMich from places like Schoolcraft and Washtenaw (Recently legislation that guaranteed transfer credits between Michigan colleges expired, and in the future I'd actually like to go to Michigan)?
Don't worry about admission because for dual enrollment it is different than actually being admitted into the school.
EDIT: In addition, if anyone could give me tips on what teachers to get or avoid that would be nice.