"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."
Peppers and Legs - MGoBlog Rhyme Crime 1108
Well that was a little bit overblown. I thought this was gonna be about Peppers looking around. But this has probably been one of my worst weeks ever. So hopefully tomorrow is a nice day and I can enjoy some tailgating and enjoy The Big House to the fullest with a victory tomorrow.
you wrote a poem about Jabrill Peppers having calf spasms?
I still really don't get these threads.
Has been Bando Calrissian saying, "I don't get it!" . . . While MGoBlog threads roll on like an army of steamrollers, some of my threads have been erased like a blackboard, rewritten and erased again. . . . For better or verse, I might stick around here until I head off to heaven . . . or Iowa. Isn't that where heaven is?
they all suck.
And having lived many years longer than you (and maybe more than twice your age), I am fairly confident that I safely can survive constant insults from someone who wrote the Southeast Michigan Sports Blog that contained such incredibly creative entries as “The ‘official’ SEMS Hate Week Drinking Game” and such insightful comments as: “Life got in the way of typing dick jokes” and “So take that 8th grade English teacher. Reading Shakespeare WAS useless.”
I recognize that you're far more prolific a poster to this board than I am, so when you've convinced the moderators to advise me to, "Make like a tree . . . and get outta here," then I'll leave. Okay with you, Biff?
kindergarten poetry, I'd be with ESPN by now? But seriously, thanks for the page click.
He will be fine. College level trainers/docs will get his eating, drinking dialed in very quickly. I race bikes and cramping in the fall has been a constant issue with me for years. It is very frustrating. I tried everything but found that getting a good warm up, sodium and compression socks have worked best.
We're already writing about 12 year olds who are good at track, so...
DAMNIT, Hoke is star struck again
It sounds like the problem has been taken care of. Things like this are almost always an issue of nutrition. He is a high school athlete, afterall. M's trainers and doctors on staff will continue the work his doctor started, and make sure he's on a proper diet for college football. He plays offense and defense in high school. It's less likely he'll be doing that in college. Which will make it easier to keep him hydrated during games as well. This should be a non-issue.
the haiku posts?
I neglected to mention you among my serial abusers and insulters on this board. I compliment you on the portrait you've drawn of yourself. Another classic.