there would have to be some to wash away
49ers are now 1-2 after today's loss. Here's to hoping they lose their next 13.
Its the end of a shitty week. So lets end it in style. Neg away fuckers!
( seriously, get it out of your systems, and lets start fresh tomorrow.)
Let me be perfectly clear: yesterday sucked.
That said it's a new day and we may as well move on and it's still the weekend and there are still eight games left.
It looks really bad right now but you just never know what can happen. There's always a chance even if it's as small as 1 in 100,000. We pretty much have no control over their performance anyway and the AD certainly doesn't seem to entertain our opinions or ideas.
Leaving the team's performance aside for the moment we still have one of the best blogs out there. Period. We have a community that bickers and has many opinions but we all have a common desire for Michigan to be good at some point. We just go about that in different ways.
Let's celebrate our community and the hard work Brian and Co put in and look forward to a new week together.
Title says it all? I'm curious.
Also do you think Dan Mullen is the next coach of The University of Michigan?
Go forth and bang one another with great haste.
According to a Gallup poll, residents of Ann Arbor, Michigan were the happiest in all US cities. They “ rated their current and future lives the best, for the second year in a row.” (Ann Arbor was one of the top six cities in overall well-being scores.)
By contrast, Ohio was one of the 3 most miserable states. “Residents generally had low evaluations of their lives, trailing only West Virginia and Kentucky by that measure.” They had among the fewest state residents who stated that day they were thriving or had a learning experience. “They were among the most likely in the U.S. to have felt angry.” Ohio was in the bottom ten percent of states in overall well-being scores.
ADDITION: If the Gallup poll were not enough, also remember that—this year alone-- AA has been rated "The Most Intelligent College Town" and the #2 most educated city as well as the #3 Best Midsize City to Raise Children", #7 Best City for New College Grads and one of the "Top 25 Most Beautiful Cities in America".