So I hate recruiting, hell Bo hated recruiting. I don't want to hear anything today about what some high school kid is going to do, so I'm offering up this open thread. What is the Women's water polo team doing? Are the Tigers a lock to win the Central? Who really shot JFK? Have fun with it, but I swear to god if you talk about some kid still in high school in this thread I will boil your kidneys in front of your face and eat em.
Let's Not talk about recruiting open thread
you can live without your kidneys right? I don't wanna kill you, just hurt you really bad
on Alex Kozan?
He just had a bowl of cocoa puffs
Hmmm... Cocoa Puffs are cereal
Cereal sounds like serial
serial means many or repeated
The Repeater is a game from Super Troopers
Super Troopers took place in Vermont
KOZAN TO VERMONT!!!!!
and this is why i love you! Your kidneys are safe my friend
Meow, that is some genius logic!
The newest cereal is called KRAVE, by Kellogg's. It's a whole wheat crunch around a chocolate filling; there is a double chocolate version where the outside crunch is chocolate flavored too.
Major hit here, fellas. My 10yr old had us try them this weekend, and we've been thru like 3 boxes already. They are great without milk; but great with milk too. Total snack food. The chocolate is almost a dark chocolate, not the sickening-sweet kind that most cereals have.
Kelloggs clearly put effort into this one, test-marketed the crap out of it, and knew they have a winner here. Majorly recommend you try this, if you like sweet cereals.
No, I'm not on commission.
Now I know what I'll be having with my protein shake post-workout today.
But does it have the crunch enhancer? Yeah it's a non-nutritive cereal varnish. It's semi-permiable. It's not osmotic. What it does is it coats and seals the flake, prevents the milk from penetrating it.
They're good, but not as good as the tasty, lip smacking, crunchy-on-the-outside, chewy-on-the-inside, Chocolate Frosted Sugar Bombs.
Thought you didn't want to discuss recruits, and here you are talking about the breakfast choices of 18 year olds.
You fell for the oldest one in the book, not including getting into a land war in Asia...
Breakfast choices of 17 year old kids are the one thing that gets me going. //complete homo
cocoa wheats cocoa wheats can't be beat
they're the creamy hot ceral with the cocoa treat
to grow big and strong and have lots of fun
eat cocoa wheats everyone!
Have you tried the new Cinnamon Toast Crunch spinoff cereal? Frosted Toast Crunch is the name and delicousness is it's game. I just realized it existed a week ago and I've already bought 3 boxes, which I have refused to share with even my wife (she's a short lady so I just try to put it on the top shelf where she can't reach).
If you're a fan of sweet, sugary cereals, I implore you to go out and buy a box.
I can vouch for the validity of this statement.
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Who does everyone think is the most important recruit for the 2013 class?
Personally, I think it's between a TE, a RB and a WR. It would be awesome if we could pull Brenneman, Isaac and Treadwell.
Oliver Clothesoff is prolly the most important recruit in this class.
That was a definitely though, but honestly, it's kind of a strech. But it would amazing if we were able to pull Clothesoff, Hugh Jass AND Heywood Jablome.
I know his recruitment has been blown out but I heard that Mike Hunt is considering a visit.
But if their annoying friend Georg Azimaker comes around, it's curtains.
Is he coming?
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If you don't want to talk recruiting then, in all honesty, i might avoid mgoblog for a little while because that's all that will be discussed for a bit.
A suggestion...start a thread about an actual topic and not an "open" one and you'll have your wish.
Not only is it recruiting season, but recruiting is the lifeblood of any program. Also, it gives those who are football fans 24/7/365 something to talk about when they aren't actually playing games.
If I didn't want to follow recruiting, though, I would simply not click on recruiting threads. It really isn't that difficult to determine which threads are about recruiting and which ones aren't.
It's also lacrosse and basketball season, so i'm sure you can find something else that isn't about recruiting on this board.
. . .brunettes.
Oh, snap, I'm married to a redhead. Can't talk about brunettes.
This is like telling me not to drink at prom.
Who's hot in the midwest for 13?
but since there is no ice, lets talk about brunettes.
Who was the best pro football player of all time? My vote: Jim Brown. He was as big as the lineman of his day and as fast as the wide receivers of his day. He averaged over 100 ypg for his career. I don't think that anyone has matched that.
Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, Jerry Rice, Anthony Munoz, Ed Reed, Ray Lewis...Jim Thorpe probably deserves his own special place.
I think Walter Payton gets my vote. Maybe Barry Sanders, and maybe Joe Montana
Brown was more of a break-away threat than Payton. As for Sanders, he was a less effective short-yardage back than Brown...Payton and Sanders were both great players, don't get me wrong.
Grew up in Chicago in the 70s and 80s so I have to give it to Da Man, Walter "Sweetness" Payton. Guy was a workhourse, he was the team prankster, he never did a contract holdout even though he was on teams that crappy teams thought were crappy, he was a gentleman in public at all times. Not so much into fidelity, that's another matter.
My anectode of Walter is this: When he broke Jim Brown's record (against New Orleans, on a 7 yd carry early in 2d half in 1985), he got a call in the locker room after the game from President Reagan. After the call, someone from the press asked him, are you a Democrat or Republic? Walter's answer: "I'm an American." That's Walter, to me.
Now, the other name that has to be mentioned here is: JOHN ELWAY. Are you kidding me? What an athletic freak. Guy could throw a baseball from home plate for a home run. He was an awesome running. He could throw 60 yard bombs that also went sideline-to-sideline -- on a dime. He was the closest thing to a one-man team the NFL has ever seen; even Brady has Bellichek. If you switched Elway and Montana's teams, Elways wins 5+ Super Bowls and Montana never makes it to the game. Srsly.
Elway was more physically gifted, but Montana's feel for the game was almost supernatural. He could also throw touch passes, which Elway didn't learn to do until relatively late in his career.
I didn't fully appreciate Montana until he moved on to the K.C. Chiefs. I happened to be living in K.C. at the time. Montana took the Chiefs to the AFC Championship game (with an admittedly very good defense) despite having an offense around him of guys who were either past their prime or who never had a prime. He did this despite the fact that he couldn't move around much anymore and had to take a jump-step before he threw the deep ball because his arm had lost a lot of strength. He overcame these things because his understanding of the game and poise were off the charts. He seemed to play a step ahead of everyone else, and his accuracy was nearly perfect...I'll take Montana over any QB that I've ever seen.
I'm gonna have to go with Wayne Gretzky, such great hands and vision. Hard to beat the great one.
I had a giant bowl of Grape Nuts mixed with granola just before bed last night. It may be good for my intestinal fortitude but it's an environmental disaster.
You should do the healthy thing like I do. I have a have of a 5th of scotch and a 5 xanax's before bed each night. I'm in my peak physical condition.