He has to let everyone know about his epeen, got to keep it strong man
"This is really important to be here," Lewan said. "I'm here to give back and help out my teammate."
He has to let everyone know about his epeen, got to keep it strong man
to responses to my comment (aka replies). in this case i thought it was just stupid to make the claim that Elno did. that's all. i will keep it in mind (seriously) to try to not make MGoBlog my own Dear Diary on issues, though. i'm not being sarcastic.
Dude, what the fuck is your deal?
DAMN YOU MAD MAGISH.
Like how freaky is it we even used the same pic?
I don't have any idea wut you're talking about dude?
I cop to being pathetic but where is it that I lurk? I've got more mgopoints that you--almost twice as many.
MY MGOPOINTS PWN YUR BONEZ.
Was there a coherent thought in there somewhere?
Ugh...you missed it, his point man
Thank you for your comment Bluemandew. I appreciate the opportunity to phrase my query more coherently.
I was accused of being a "pathetic lurker." I merely wished to know on what basis it was that I was branded a "lurker?"
Unless I am mistaken this term applies to one who reads but never comments on a message board. However, my very large number of mgopoints, earned by making very many highly acclaimed comments on mgoblog, demonstrates the falseness of the claim.
I appreciate any insight you have to offer. Let me know if I remain unclear or incoherent in any way. Thanks, imafreak
I beleive these men would like to have a word with you.
I was wondering a while ago your thoughts on the whole Coaching "situation" and whatever that is going on at Michigan right now. I know that you're a former player, and I know that you'd like to remain somewhat anonymous. I really appreciated your pre-season insight to the program.
That said... what do you think about Rich in general? I know many posters above have said, rightfully so, that Michigan wants not only great personal development, but also wins.
I'm in the 2011-contend-for-the-big-ten-title-or-bust crowd (Want RR to stay), but I was wondering your overall opinion on it. With Jay Feeley, and other former players being so vocal (on twitter) about the need for a change during the OSU game, I was wondering your opinion.
Thanks again for your insight
He's not a former football player.
my mistake. I remember his insights from preseason/spring game, and I thought he had mentioned that he was a former player. Just well connected with the program then?
Former player, different sport.
There has to be a new DC no doubt. I've heard too many times that Robinson isn't the most exciting guy to play for, so he must go.
If he gets another year (I think he will), as long as RRod can show improvement, especially in big ten play, over this year, I believe he'll stay. Yea, he hasn't performed miracles, but he has improved the W-L every year. It was tough getting his guys here, but they are finally starting to blossom into what he wants the team to be.
I appreciate it
Do you know wut Public Act 150 is?
didn't mean to hurt your boyfriend's feelings, dude.
Why don't you just come out and type whatever it is you are fucking blathering about?
Because he's trying keep a veil of anonymity over his relationship with Starr, and rile y'all up.
which is an act funding and providing for youth rehabilitation and how it is funded. basically the kids become the ward of the state in an effort to focus their attentions away from distractions like gangs, etc. this happens often as a last resort due to a series of problems or crimes the teens have been involved in. residents are often discharged when they are of legal age.
the problem is he provides absolutely zero information on what he takes issue with in FormerWolv's characterization.
don't think so.
Thank you very much for posting this. I'm just speaking for myself, but this month long waiting period has provided me time to take the emotion of the w/l record out of the equation and be able to see this whole situation clearly.
This culture being formed by RR will undoubtedly translate into success on the field. The building of a strong foundation does take more time than the sand castle in E. Lansng. I can be patient. And it's information that the OP gave that confirms these observations.
Dave Brandon is a calculating man that I believe gave us this month to just chill a bit and look at the whole picture. That's what he's doing.
I got in some trouble over a hot dog stand. I was sent to Starr Commonwealth and some staff there boogered me.
What's it like to get boogered?
can we make fun if disabled people next?
c'mon, reach for the bottom, i think you can make it
at Starr Commonwealth we wouldn't be OSU's biatch every year.
that is the point right? take the criminally insane and turn them into MICHIGAN MEN!
getting boogered? after a while you hardly notice.
doesn't always mean crazy. it means that parents release parental rights to the state so that the state is the guardian and can dictate how their lives are managed 24-7. i have a feeling you really don't know what you're talking about here...
I wouldn't make that argument without more information, personally.
because the one FormerWolv is talking about is explicitly a "scared straight/role models" one where troubled youths meet players or individuals who have had similar circumstances surrounding their lives attempt to teach/mentor said troubled youths from making more mistakes.
The one about what the man with the chimp avatar knows or doesn't about Starr Commonwealth.
he states that to recruit Starr would be to "take the criminally insane"...
that's not the case.
A fair percentage of the incarcerated of any age in any state have untreated/undertreated mental health issues.
Not to make sense of elno's screeds, because he'd certainly hate that, I think he's taking exception to a somewhat romanticized portrayal of the residents of Starr Community.
I doubt he's taking a jab at this coaching staff or the players.
Elno deserves our sympathy. He just gobbled down a huge tub of potato salad, and he finished it before he realized that the mayonaisse had gone bad. He'll be in a bad way for a while.
I am now a healthy, productive transvestitie turning tricks on the Diag and going to UM Law School, at Ann Arbor, Michigan, in the United States or Muricaka. In Ann Arbor.
See you tonight Geauz Blue!
at wut i don't know.
i just wish RR would give me a chance...just once chance...take a chance on me....plz.....i don't want to end up as a power crazed thread mod on some niche sports blag
wut happened to your face?
did Rich Rod do that to you?
I am sure Starr Commonwealth can be fixin yer jib.
TAKE A SIDE!
dude srsly that pic is going to keep me up at night and the mental trauma im currently repressing will manifest itself in some awful way years down the road.
for the love of all that is good and stuffed with bacon - please change your pic.
some blue make-up would help. I know where to get some if your interested.
was the stage name briefly used by Brian Jones during a stint as a solo blues musician before becoming one of the founding members of the Rolling Stones.
had an opposite impact on the participating kids.
you are a stupid head
and my name has nothing to do with Brian Jones, but that is a nice try.
Just might make the MgoHOF.
The OP was a great post, and I really was looking for a response from Former on the whole Coaching "Situation"
And here someone came along just looking for a negbang
Agreed. The OP was fantastic and brightened my day when I read it. Some people are just, well...
"Scared Straight! is a 1978 documentary directed by Arnold Shapiro. Narrated by Peter Falk, the subject of the documentary is a group of cocky teenaged juvenile delinquents and the attempts to make them end their criminal ways by introducing them to actual convicts. Filmed at Rahway State Prison, a group of inmates known as the "lifers" berate, scream at, and terrify the young hoodlums and attempt to "scare them straight" (hence the film's title) by showing an ugly, harsh presentation of the realities of prison life.
The documentary was shown on television in the late 1970s. It was aired uncensored and marked the first time that the word "fuck" was broadcast on many networks. The cast includes a drug dealer and counterfeit document manufacturer from Westchester County (Mikie C), a gang member from Jersey City (Jerome Watts), an arsonist and bomb builder from Bridgeport (Jon Shipiro), the son of a Mafia informant (Carlo Gallo), and a 17-year-old chop shop parts dealer and car thief from the Bronx (Jesus Rodriguez). At film's end, the teenagers say that they have decided that they don't want to end up in jail. The film ends with a "roll call" of the teens, revealing that most were "scared straight", though a few were said to have reoffended."
(Wikipedia goes on to state that none of the Scared Straight kids in the first two documentaries were ever convicted of felonies, and that the recidivism rate was 10% or below. However, a number of states subsequently initiated their own SS programs, and researchers have cast doubt on the effectiveness of those programs.)
SS isn't really a relevant comparison here, since it doesn't sound to me like the UM players were there to "berate, scream at, and terrify" the Starr kids. Whether it will change the lives of any of the kids at Starr, we won't know that for a long time, but it's damn worth the visit. I would also bet it's a valuable experience for the UM players to see "there but for fortune go I."