somehow we're only 124th
Got in at about 5am this morning. You are, of course, correct.
is a wolverine, always.
Unless you transfer and then bitch about the program.
Like this D-bag?
In all the times I've seen that posted, this is the first time I've noticed how unattractive that girl is.
This is fitting and appropriate in all ways.
Bu - bu - bu - butterface
Typically "Butterfaces" have great bodies, as in everything is good but her face.
From this picture, I wouldn't think she qualifies... I'm guessing there is a gut in there and that her body ain't all that great
What is funny is that is her at her best. She tried to dress up and look attractive as a play boy bunny - yet still fell terribly short on the attractive meter. I wonder how nasty she would look just waking up in the morning?
I'd argue that each one did as best they could given their own (bad) looks.
good from afar, far from good... so stay the fuck back!!!
"fearing retribution from coaches" and so (we presume) his identity and participation in any searingly important public interest investigative journalism must remain anonymous.
Invite Scot to check out MGoBlog sometime... this community never ceases to amaze, whether it's bobblethons, info, or just helping someone who had something stolen the board comes trhough
And while I will not abuse this, I will from time to time.
I just got back from hiking/climbing out in Utah and Colorado.
I have a question for you. Where in CO and Utah were you climbing/hiking? I hiked in Bryce and Zion (sp?) Utah. In CO recently its' been Ouray (Little Dante's Peak type town in the San Juans), Durango, Silverton, Estes Park, Grand Junction.
We did three separate climbs/hikes.
1. Wind River Range just outside of Pinedale, WY. At 13,804' it is the highest point in WY and one of the most difficult climbs in the US. We backpacked about 22 miles into the Upper Titcome Basin and ascended Gannett by climbing the Bonney Pass, descending to Dinwoody Glacier, then climbing back up Gannett by the Gooseneck Glacier and the summit ridge. About a 15 hour day that started with an alpine start at 3 am.
We were pushed out by the same violent storm that took the life of one of our graduate students and killed another climber. Hail the size of golf balls and damn scary lightening pushed us to retreat back to Pinedale in two days.
Met U of M grad student "Ethan" in Pinedale.
2. A quick stop in at U of M's Camp Davis. Of course...
3. We then went to Grand Teton National Park to do some hiking and to size up the Grand Teton for next years climb. This was just a day hike without full packs. We did meet U of M Geology 440 group (about 20 students and instructors) in Jenny Lake parking lot. Avalanche Pass is a little known route that has no marked trails. One of our party had done it several years ago.
4. Yellowstone National Park - this was a one day, quick push up the Gallatin Mountain Range after looking at the Mammoth Hot Springs. Quick 13 mile day hike.
All and all a nice 8 days - minus the fatal storms, of course.
Loeffler was always one of my favorite coaches at Michigan. Too bad things didn't work out for him to stay here. I wish nothing but the best for him in his career.
Oh wait...none of that was true. Guess some people flew off the handle erroneously again, eh?