"We do have [in March] typically about 50 percent more vasectomies than in other months," Dr. Ed Sabanegh, chairman of the Department of Urology at the Cleveland Clinic, told CNN. "A lot of patients come in and say, 'I have to have this during March Madness, you have to talk to my wife about it. Tell her what my limitations are and that I need to be on the couch.'
Sweet, fancy Moses! This article seems like mgoboard gold, Jerry (The last two lines are Seinfeld references for the younger generation).
I'm curious to see the responses. Will it be Oiho jokes? Will it be shots on me for posting something so stupid? Who will be the first to post their own vasectomy "Cool story, bro" anecdote? EDIT: mGrowOld = Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner!
My Specific Situation
There is a Michigan recruit who I might have the opportunity to meet. I'm wondering how weird it would be to talk to his kid about why I love the University of Michigan. I wear a Michigan hat a bunch, so it's possible that my thoughts would not be unsolicited.
Some context: I am a MAN (graduated from college). I would not usually talk to this kid. I have no inappropriate interest in children. I don't plan on trying to bribe him or anything like that.
1. Is it okay to seek out recruits and encourage them to come to Michigan? (If it depends, please say on what it depends.)
2. Is it okay to talk to recruits and encourage them to come to Michigan? (If it depends, please say on what it depends)
3. Is it okay to follow recruits through their social media accounts? (If it depends, please say on what it depends.)
4. Is it okay to communicate with recruits through their social media accounts? (If it depends, please say on what it depends.)
Just for the record, of the above, I've only done #3 through twitter. I don't think it's creepy to watch a Michigan recruit play football, so going to the kid's games isn't listed.
So I am not able to sleep and watching ESPNews. They show the Lions hi-lights and are all over thier nuts. It is a pre-season game...who cares? My question is this- Why is the NFL so popular when, IME, it doesn't hold a candle to the college game or atmosphere? I went to a Lions game 3 years ago and I saw a 50 year old man with face paint and a costume on. How the heck do you get that pumped to watch other men play a game that they get paid to do? Someone enlighten me.
Also, did you hear about that Freep article and some extra practicing our guys did?