"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
I'm meeting Trey Burke today!
Please nobody say it. We are all thinking it so just let it go, please. Those three words are like nails on a chalkboard now.
Enchanting tale brethren?
Fun chronicle, sis.
Riveting tale, chap!
Glorious exposition, comrade!
I met Taylor Lewan at the Blue Lep once. I was pissing, and he came up to the urinal next to me. I looked up and told him he was tall. He patted me on the head. We giggled. BFFs.
The Michigan fan inside me feels all warm and fuzzy by this. But the Germaphobe inside me just jumped off a f#%king bridge.
He was a freshmen then and I was wearing a shirt of another school. He made fun of me for it. Schofield and Denard laughed too. I pretended I didn't already know all three of them and what high school they went to. /csb
Is this the CSB thread? I saw Matthew Stafford yesterday while walking through DTW.
I guess I just don't get how this is really "meeting" Trey Burke. You're going to walk up, awkwardly talk to him for 30 seconds, he probably will barely look up at you while he signs your stack of gear, and that'll be it. It's a financial transaction.
way to crush the deam of a 9 year old kid, man. why don't you go ahead and tell him about the tooth fairy while you're at it.
Not to one up your story, but I found out that Hoke is my biological father today. And I don't have to go to Columbus to meet him.
So, Coach, uh, er, Dad... I wasn't made in Ohio, right?
Cool story bro.
I walked into Yo-Yo Ma as he was walking out of an elevator and he said "oh, excuse me."
Pet peeve...screwing up led vs lead
I walked past Lloyd Brady. He nodded at me.
I was tackled by Lloyd Brady during an IM football game.
He's an enthsiastic fan, and it does take cojones to walk around Columbus with Michigan gear. I think he has probably suffered enough that the CSB stuff isn't necessary.
Besides, Trey Burke signing a Final Four shirt in the heart of Columbus, when they could have had him if they had worked hard enough and wanted him, is some of the most delicious "come-uppance" that could ever be delivered to Buckeye fans.
Michael Wilbon by recycling place. He wouldn't shake my hand
Ohhhh, what a lucky man he was!
I just saw The Great Gatsby so "fascinating tale ol' sport".
Big deal, get a job.
Question - would it be bad form to have him sign a mini Michigan football helmet since it wasn't his sport?
edit - nevermind, $40 for an autograph is a no-go. Granted that's not Trey's fault - more than likely it's a contractual obligation by whoever is sponsoring this.
40 dollars for a future HoFer's autograph isn't bad. Buy low.
His signing in gr was $40 too. Also any autograph thread on mgoblog has the "we are above the autograph hobby" posters. I'm sure you guys like something I wouldn't care for either but I wouldn't come into the thread and shit on it. A lot like nba threads. "Oh I hate the nba. Think I'll enter the thread and trash it. "
Oh I blacked out... was I ranting?
It was Mike Tirico o.k.!!
If your erection lasts longer than 4 hours, seek medical attention!
I'm at the bar right now and I'm waiting for my Guinness to arrive.
I'm so excited! I'll post pics when it comes. I just want to thank Guiness for making my Saturday afternoon jobs seem worth it and making me feel like a champion
Well I'm happy for ya...can't wait to see the pics! I have a pic of the shot vs. Kansas I want to get signed.