http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKovNO6b4OM 14 minute video put together by a buddy of mine.
According to the Wall Street Journal:
Warren Buffett’s longtime investing partner, Charlie Munger, today disclosed a donation of 10 shares of Berkshire Hathaway stock to the Regents of the University of Michigan.
Sure, 10 shares of Bank of America stock may not add up to much, but Berkshire Class A shares are trading at $115,955 each, meaning Munger’s donation has a current market value of nearly $1.2 million.
Munger was a math major at the University of Michigan, but enlisted in the Army partway through his stint at Michigan. He didn’t graduate from college, but managed to talk his way into Harvard Law School after his military service during World War II.
So, I've noticed an increase in the number of profile pictures featuring boobz. And despite any affinities any of us may have for the female form, many people read this thingamajig at work. As a result, I've removed a couple of profile pictures, and will continue to do so.
Also, the general disapproval for embedded pictures of boobz continues.
Also also, please keep the inevitable "LOL you said no boobz so here's a picture of boobz" responses in this thread at a Safe For Work level.
I have 2 spots open sim-style Big Ten Dynasty. The available teams are Illinois and Michigan State. If interested, please post your PSN here along with the team you want and I'll send an invite and more information. The dynasty is All American for skill and recruting and 7 minute quarters. We have a great group of mgoblog users and are doing the offseason prior to season 4 tonight (9:15 PM EST) and will be starting the season tomorrow.
Basketball games done. (Nice win). First game almost done, but Manningham still making plays. And then Tebow vs. Big Ben. (Make your own jokes about those two). So, some football to carry us into that great bowl game tonight.
OK, this other games sucks, so get all your positive Lion talk in now, since not being able to hold a 2nd string QB to under 40 has probably killed any chance of seeing the Lions win their second playoff game in most of our lifetimes. At least I'm not still in New Orleans for it.