Now that I have a family I'm thinking of possibly moving back to MI for various reasons, but only if there is a decent chance of landing a good teaching position. I'm guessing that the state as a whole isn't the best for teachers but thought certain cities/areas might be doing ok. Anyone know if this is the case? If so, what places would be a good place to look? Any help/information is greatly appreciated.
Hello, Or should I say hola mgoblog! I am conducting a study for my country and wanted to find out America's favorite type of bullfighting that they prefer to participate in. I know many of you prefer the "uneducated" freestyle method, but hopefully some civil discourse will convince to abandon this terrible method that casts an evil shdow over our wonderful sport. I also know that there are some that prefer the wimpy Recortes method that allegedly is "safer" for the bulls. What you don't know is that bulls that participate in this are always looked down upon by their peers and can never truly fit in with the "in" crowd. You may think you are being humanitarian with your efforts of supporting this but you are truly killing the spirit of the bulls. As they say in Ireland, "NO pain no game!"
As for me, I believe we, as a great country, should be doing more to promote the bullfighting style of our friends from Portugal. The baneiras are an excellent innovation in bullfighting weaponry and as many of you know, stabbing it in gives that indescribable feeling of joy as you know you have done the greatest thing ever done. Not only this, but the bulls themselves are seen as heros among their peers. I think with enough support, the suicide squad could become even more popular than Lebron!
So I appeal to you, please tell me which style you prefer to participate in the most. All opinions are welcome but many are wrong. Please be prompt and informative. Thank you for help on this project in advance to all that will be helpful!
PS My cousin is starting a blog about water-cooler gossip at work and was wondering if you have any information that could help him get started I'm sure some juicy stories could jolt a start into him!
In order to make room for Jhonny Peralta, the Tigers designated Wilkin Ramirez for assignment. I think I know how that works, but I'm a little worried about it, so I would love some clarification.
What would have to transpire for the Tigers to lose Ramirez?
Can another team claim him?
If so, can the Tigers bring him back on anyway?
What was DD thinking when he DFA's Ramirez? I thought he was our best OF on the farm.
(FWIW, I really think DD has been a solid GM for the Tigers. He brought us back to respectability. I would not bash him.)
Well my DTs have subsided with the start of my son's youth football conditioning this week, so that is good. The thing that I'm torn about is that they are going to run a hurry-up spread on offense. I understand that this is the offense the local H.S. is currently using and they want to try and get the kids learning it so by the time they get to H.S. they'll have a good foundation to work with, but they're 11-13 years old. I'm thinking they should work on the basics. The huddle gives them time to make sure they know the assignments. I don't know, I guess I'll see how it pans out. The coaches are well regarded so for now I won't panic, but do you MGoPeople think a no huddle spread is they way to go at this age? Discuss, I'm in a grind at work so I'll check back later, thanks.
Lorenzen Wright was killed over some jewlery and money. Thats Memphis for you.