i like 'em both
2-a-days. Tackling sleds. Hoarse position coaches. Camp.
You guys feel that? That sensation, that spark deep inside your soul that's suddenly come out of hibernation that will continue to grow over the next three weeks? That sense of youthful glee associated with winged helmets and autumn afternoons? That feeling of pride that makes you want to run to the closet right now and pull something maize and blue on you, even if you're already wearing it anyway?
Hail to the winningest program in college football
and what only it can stir inside us this time of year.
On Thursday Tom checks in with his anonymous psychiatric professional.
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I'd be lying if I said that was a conscious decision. Truthfully there are occasions that I forget that other people are right handed, haha. This strip was one of them, I suppose.
Nice Hoke point, Tom. Outstanding, even.
Just outstanding? It looked pretty tremendous to me.
I particularly enjoyed the dramatic pause right after the Hoke point - it made the last cell that much more poignant to me. Great work!
Further, like MGoShoe, I am also a southpaw and was excited to see that Charlie is as well. Something also makes me think that Tom will be watching CTK videos and presser clips at some point during this upcoming appointment...
Maybe Charlie is latently ambidextrous...
Tom is in therapy today. Go to the official homepage and you'll feel like you are in the chair. Nice job Six Zero. I look forward to all of your work.
Today's storyline actually broke off into three separate ones as I thought about how the mental health community would view our fanatici-- err, I mean devotion to UM Football. The finished product was what I originally set out to create, but you may see some of the others soon enough. Go Blue!