I know this is getting reeeeeally out there, but I guess this could be a call to MGo, asking what it is that makes you proud as a Wolverine. I was on a different site (okay it was Reddit), where they were discussing the merits of that picture where a man in his coffin is serving as the I in their dumb spelling match (oh-io, usually, when they get it right)
Anyway, he posted the following to clarify why the picture "only makes sense to a fan":
"Ever see dedicated hockey fans in canada riot when they lost a big game?cough vancouvercough Yeah OSU fans did that before it went mainstream. If we lost big games 10 years ago couches were dragged into streets and lit on fire, dumpsters lit on fire, and maybe a couple cars flipped. Nice small riots, never any looting.
Now there are laws if a group of 3 people cause damage it constitutes a riot and its a permanent expulsion from school with no chance to appeal. "Indoor" furrniture is banned by city law from being outside. Undercover cops harras people drinking peacefully at tailgates instead of finding drunk rowdy troublemakers."
This seems pretty ridiculous, and I'm sure he's an extreme case, but he seems really proud (in a hipster sort of way) that the school down south was rioting before it was cool. I told him they should be better friends with msu.
What are you proud of? I'm proud that we don't riot like that, and if we did it would sure as hell be a black mark on everyone's memory that we would speak of in hushed tones, muttering excuses and changing the subject quickly. It wouldn't be something to be proud of.
If this is too OT, please delete and hate me.