...talks about how UConn hasn't been in contact and how they're out. (HT: UMHoops)
Interesting quiz for the baseball guys out there. I actually did better than I thought I was going to once I completed it. Guessed on about 70% of them, and oddly enough got the "difficult" ones correct and the "easy" ones wrong. Pretty tough quiz.
And before you hozers turn this into a weiner measuring contest: I got an 6/10... just a little above average, because that's what we all say...
PS. If someone could tell me how to correctly spell "hozers", I would appreciate it. Neither Google nor Word knew what I was talking about, because I assume they are probably stupid. TIA.
USMNT playing Honduras in Sandy, UT. Hoping to see more good play from Jozy. Let's get another win!
So I'm going to be customizing my dad's wedges (late Father's Day gift) in the next couple of days and I wanted to do a Michigan themed pair for him. They have the same space on the back as these wedges:
I was thinking of doing "Victors Valiant" on one and then "Conquering Heroes" on the other but I just don't have enough room for it unless I wind it around the Titlesit logo which would probably look crappy. As of now I think I'm going to do "Go" to the left of the Titleist and then "Blue to the right. Then I realized I could turn to the wisdom of this board before I go with a still cool but more generic idea.
Anyone have any suggestions for a matching pair of phrases relevant to UM that would fit?
I know that this is firmly off topic, and probably not something to discuss on a football blog, but the folks here are extremely knowledgeable in many areas, and I could use some assistance.
I'm a recent Michigan engineering graduate who's currently living in north Florida, and after spending close to two years working in marketing startups that went under, the search for a steady 9-5 position isn't going all that well. I've tried submitting resumes and applications to job sites like CareerBuilder, Monster, etc. and not much luck so far.
I'm polishing up my LinkedIn profile right now, and I'm going to see what I can find on there. Was just wondering if anyone was in my shoes and had some good tips. Unemployment sucks.
EDIT: Yes, willing to relocate to anywhere necessary. Current location is Jacksonville FL. Majored in Industrial Engineering. Currently open to IT, Programming, and Engineering jobs (preferably around entry level).