"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Dallas Mavericks fan upset over DeAndre Jordan.
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I think it's time for cake, beer, streamers and all sorts of My Little Pony related jokes. Let's all wish the man a Happy Birthday!
Obligatory: HARBAUGH. HACKETT. BEAT OHIO. #EATING (cake).
Its been so long since I've posted that I almost forget how this is done but here goes anyway:
All you gamers, parents, philanthropists, and computer-savy MGoUsers out there might have an interest in this - We are raising funds to replace some computers in a local elementary school in order to create a Minecraft Club for the students there. I set up a crowdsourcing fundraiser campaign on Indiegogo in hopes of generating $7500 for the cause. Below is the link to the campaign:
If any of you have any interest in donating, know that it will be greatly appreciated! If not, any time you have to forward the link to friends, family, fellow Michigan fans, and others will also be greatly appreciated. I would be amazing if we can raise enough funds to reach our goal.
Thanks in advance for helping the cause!
Nothing special, just wishing my fellow MGoBloggers a safe and happy Independence Day. America is a special country. Hope you all get your fill of food, family and fun.
So share your best USA themed memes, pictures and gifs.
Coming off road wins against the Netherlands and Germany, the USMNT kicks off at 5:30pm CT in Nashville at Nissan Stadium (formerly LP Field - naming rights changed last week). Anyone going? Looks like it'll air on Fox Sports 1.
My prediction: 3-1 U.S.
Adidas, the German sports company seeking to regain its dominance in the U.S., is looking at opening an automated factory in Detroit by 2017.
"We can bring manufacturing back to Detroit, and that's where we want to be in 2017," said Eric Liedtke, Adidas executive board member for global brands, said in a statement provided by the company.
His remarks were initially made at an event in New York to unveil the company's Ultra Boost shoes made from plastics and netting dumped in oceans and part of a larger announcement about the company's new business strategy to quicken its manufacturing process — and move some footwear production to the U.S.
They have a new business strategy and hired an American to head their North American division. I wonder if this will have any effect on Hackett's decision to re-up with Adidas.