so much for that
On ESPN's Mike & Mike this morning, Greenberg took a big exception with Rosenberg's column today about Lance Armstrong. Rosenberg's take was "now that Floyd Landis says that Armstrong doped, we can no longer assume that Lance's story is true."
What? It is typical Rosenberg to take a convicted liar, who plead his innocent to anyone who would listen, wrote a book and then "told to the truth to free his conscience." Greenie was beside himself with how idiotic that column is.
My response was: You should see his other columns. He is a shock journalist and figures is he attacks the institutions (UM, Armstrong) that people believe in, then he must be doing his job.
In summary, Rosenberg is not an asshole but also just a miserable journalist.
Looks like Michigan Soccer is starting to hit the big time! First a brand new stadium, now we signed the National Player of the Year!
I'm hoping that I can get some good advice from the community that is MGOBLOG...
Can someone offer a suggestion to a good beginner to intermediate golf club set. I have only been playing for about a year, but live right accross from a golf course and am starting to seriously consider myself a player. I'm all for buying the used equipment to save some cash, but I don't want to purchase anything that I will regret in a year.
I really don't know much about golf Brands, other than the obvious ferrri's of the sport (TaylorMade, etc.) and those are way out of m price rage. Looking to keep the total amount spent for under $300, and yes, I need everything. Thanks to all in advance.
Its summer, there isn't a whopping amount going on, thought it would be a good time to ask this question that I've wondered about since I joined the MGoBlog community. Very simply, I've always wondered in a more general sense (not about anyone specifically) who all of you are (categorically speaking of course). Would appreciate any of you who choose to participate in this unscientific study, feel free to answer with one of the following categories that best describes you:
1) high school student
2) University of Michigan student
3) student at another University or college
4) Michigan alum
5) Non-alum Michigan fan
I know many of you relish your anonymity but again, just trying to figure out a little more about who comprises the MGoCommunity.
And for the sake of fair play - I'm a 4, Michigan alum of over a decade.
I'm looking for some advice from those of you with children who play golf. My son recently completed a series of youth golf lessons, and I'm looking to buy him his first set of clubs. He's 10 years old, but he's short for his age, so he plays closer to 8 years old.
Any advice on a good set of clubs? A particular brand? I don't want to spend a fortune since he'll outgrow the set in a couple of years.
Any other words of wisdom you can provide to help me grow his enthusiasm for the game is also very much appreciated. Thanks.
This may not be the appropriate place for this, but I know he mgoblog community is pretty tech savy so I figured I'd give it a shot.
I just reformatted to 64-bit Windows 7 from 32-bit Vista. After installing the new OS, 60GB of my 120GB hard drive is still taken up. I have no idea what is taking up all this space and have searched the ends of the internets to figure it out. I've de-fragmented, uninstalled the applications and did all the other basics. Could all this space be from old back-ups by Vista? I would assume these would have been lost in the re-format.
The program I used to transfer my music and other media was the Windows Easy Transfer program, but that only accounted for about 14GB. Does Windows 7 really take up 45+ GB?
I appreciate all the help in advance!