that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
Piggybacking off of my thread from the other day on wild shit at sporting events, what are some crazy bar or restaurtant stories?
whether it's douchey service, fights or anything else. You have a story, I want to hear it.
mine: was at a Red Lobster once and a guy had a meltdown because they got his order wrong and he threw his plate of shrimp scampi against the wall, sending customers screaming/running while he continued to throw things. Police were called and he was arrested due to resisting arrest when he was trying to fight a bartender.
A photo posted by Nik Stauskas (@nikstauskas11) on Apr 17, 2015 at 12:51pm PDT
I was not as lucky as Nik, my first car was not a brand new Porsche. Mine was a 2003 Dodge Grand Caravan mini-van - absolute chick magnet. What was your first car?
Its sunny, Spring is here, why not ? Testing some Brewdog Sink The Bismarck today. Bring it on.....
I know I posted this a few weeks ago but I just wanted to remind everyone that we are having a get-together for fans of the newly-forming AFC Ann Arbor tomorrow night at Conor O'Neill's. We'll be there around 8; if you can't make it right at 8pm feel free to come afterwards, I imagine we will all be drinking the night away. Stop in and say hi. Anyone is welcome to share their ideas for banners/chants, etc. We hope to see some of you there!
Edit: I also forgot to mention we will be in the private room they have. If you walk in the FRONT door, the room is to the right (behind where the bars are). If you can't find it just ask a server -- feel free to walk right on in, the door will be open.
Edit 1.1: Fixed the title you sarcastic, little....
How can anyone not like this guy as our coach. He is the definition of the University of Michigan.
Can't wait till this fall and beyond.
First post here and blog experience is limited so don't kill me, but this was some cool stuff to me and I figured I would share it with the MGoCommunity.
For those of you who follow @CoachJim4UM on twitter, you would most likely have already seen his shout out to Billy Butler a few days back with an image of Country Breakfast wearing a Michigan helmet and in a 3-point stance. I am actually a close friend of Billy's and he knows my obsession for everything UM. Following that post, he sent me a pic of the helmet in his locker.
He explained that this looks to be a season long tradition for the A's and the Winged Helmet will be the "award" for Oakland's Player of the Game. The player will be entrusted with the helmet until it is re-awarded to the next POG.
Anyway, thought that was worth sharing, and something that Michigan can hang their hat/helmet on!