Football Display Case
just what the Pistons need: a third string center. Joe Dumars was replaced by a mean ol' alien a few years back you guys.
this would be a close approximation of hypothetical graduation speech
no you guys they're just super pumped about COLLLLLLLLLLLLEGE
not a surprise
premature congrats. One thing we can be sure of: he'll take fewer asinine penalties than Abdelkader
Thanks to ugly transitions between Fulmer/Kiffin/Dooley/Davis, Tennessee is on the edge of APR penalties for football.
i approve of this message
strong indictment of AAU right heah
Glockner sides with justice
a good cause, and a good time
good job gents
"Jeff Withey shouldn't have called him Peter Dinklage, is all I'm saying."
this would be bad if it wasn't LIES
Drew Henson's career, or not quite career, or whatever.
“I’m more of a back-to-the-basket type of big man that rebounds a lot,” Swanigan said on Wednesday, describing his game. “I have a Zach Randolph type of game — that’s who I base my game off of. Being physical and playing with both hands on the rim.”
Blind Lady Ale House...it's a fund raiser, so while I got a ticket for a glass, I think they are also selling raffle tickets for the winners to get a glass too. And they're going to have PTE too...not a bad consolation prize! And Tiger-Tiger is doing the same on Saturday.
I don't wait in line, but this is the second year I've found a set up like this.
Oh! And I did get to drink some Pupil from Society tonight. If you haven't gone there, you should check it out!
Mom, MGrad and life long fan living in So Cal
But now a friend is coming over to do a power hour so I'm sadly switching to coors light
PBR, and it's going down smooth too. I love college football, and forgive me for asking, but who is this Swoope guy?
Anybody got any movie recommendations? I'm thinking recent-ish (last 15 years) movies that flew under the radar.
For example, I watched "Win win" starring Paul Giamatti a few days ago and was very pleasantly surprised.
Labatt, by the way. Always labatt.
EDIT: Also, see "We Need to Talk About Kevin" Superb acting, chilling, stirring movie.
CoE Class of 2007
But... I loved the Full Monte. If you like English humor. When I saw it, I never heard of it, and I thin that made it better (not knowing the premise ahead of time).
... also Inglorious Bastards is on tonight.
Bernie from last year with Jack Black was fantastic. A strangely upbeat dark comedy based on a true murder in a small Texas town. The film is an unusual mix of actors, interviews with the real towns people, and towns people playing themselves in the movie.
Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol is super fun.
Bronson and Valhalla Rising are both pre-Drive Nicholas Winding Refn movies that are relatively recent. Bronson is a very strange character piece about a notorious British prisoner, played here by Tom Hardy. Structurely a very weird movie, but I reallly liked it. Valhalla Rising is a really ponderous movie about Vikings and Christian missionaries going insane in the wilderness. Really awesome, but it's not going to be everyone's cup of tea.
"Bernie" is great.
"But in the tire fire that was last year's secondary he showed a little spark." - Brian Cook
"Robot and Frank". I saw it at a film festival last summer. Solid cast and some good funny moments.
Michael Douglas and Annette Benning. The wife//gf wil like it as well!
expect the best
Dale's Pale Ale FTDubs
"All I've had today is, like, six gummy bears and some scotch"
Just got back from a night at Stone's restaurant.
Ciroc up in this bitch. And as a fan of vodka, I have to say I don't really dig it.
Driving home from Florida, so red bull and coffee for me
USING GRATUITOUS AMOUNTS OF CAPS LOCK SINCE APRIL 2011
for me tonight.
If an OSU fan divorces his wife are they still brother and sister?
Double Crooked Tree. Yum.
Bourbon tonight. Woodford Reserve. Ice.
Drinking untill the game on Sunday...Coors Original. Elway's beer.
So did Denard win?
And when we play as a team, when the old season is over, you and I know, it's gonna be Michigan again, Michigan
Well, no drinks for me as I'm at work. But there's definitely some humor and idiocy to be had in the shares of the vote, from a die-hard Ag lobbyist Rob Thomas Barnett with some suckeyes and little-bro's thrown in the mix.
A lot of voting for the SEC, not for Swope and North vs South.
Click "# Shares" and scroll through the comments.
Michigan born and raised ultimately moved to SEC country...May Bo have mercy on my soul.
Now some McDonald's Sweet Tea. Hell yeah.
Sierra Nevada's Ruthless Rye. It comes with my full endorsement. Great night with friends.
Good morning, moderate hangover!
What are you, just leaving the strip club for some aftys or what?! Good Lord!