Not trying to jump the gun here, but I believe George Dohrman will never have to purchase another alcoholic beverage in the state of Michigan. His money is no good here!
in re: is GRIII on a tear
Ironic. Substitute the words "alcoholic beverage" for "tattoo" and "George Dohrman" for "Pryor" and you get what Columbus collectively said in 2008.
Edit: and "state of Michigan" for "Columbus" I shudder thinking I messed that up.
Oh no, we've got Judge Snyder. He's had it in for me ever since I accidentally ran over his dog. Marge: Is that true? Yes, if you replace the word "accidentally" with "repeatedly" and the word "dog" with "son."
Isn't ironic that Terrelle Pryor has done far more to rip out the hearts of the horse chestnut segment by donning their uniform than he ever could have thought to do in a winged helmet?
If M. Night Shyamalan were directing this, Pryor would have been on a secret mission this whole time, come out in the pregame festivities before The Game, put the chemistry to create the pill that cures AIDS on a whiteboard and switch uniforms Semi Pro style, leading us to victory over one year coach Luke Fickell.
Despite the movies awesome concept, it would be utterly unwatchable, as M. Night Shyamalan directed it.
I think of the scene in Fight Club, when Helena Bonham Carter got on to the bus, turned and said "You are the worst thing that ever happened to me." If I met M. Night Shyamalan, it would be hard not to say something like this. He'd remind me of the Sixth Sense. I'd remind him of Unbreakable, The Happening, Signs and The Village.
That's why you are the worst thing that has ever happened to me M. Night. Your first movie I watched didn't suck and I had suffer through 4 more of your movies to realize you got very lucky. In Signs, the aliens were so smart they came to a planet that's, like, all water even though they get killed by it. You have mastered inter-stellar travel, but you can't make a waterproof suit. Or just go buy/steal one from one of our numerous sporting goods stores. Makes sense. It's not like there are gigantic bodies of water on Earth that can be seen with the unaided eye from hundreds of thousands of miles away. I have an idea, lets get NASA to fly us all over to the arsenic planet. Or maybe we could find one that's made up of just sharks. Like the ground, trees, everything, all sharks.
I tried very hard to find the Imaginationland clip of the military interviewing M. Night, but sadly it was not to be.
Sincerely, Bob Woodward
I am reporting him to the NCAA asap!
I have a bottle of 20 year old Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon that is not to be opened until we finally beat tOSU. I'm getting more confident that it will be opened sooner rather than later. Mr. Dohrman is welcome to the first glass poured from the old dusty bottle!
will be on Scott Van Pelt shortly.
I thought that the widely-accepted view, from the people who know the story best, was that Dohrmann's story was massively underwhelming, over-hyped and minimally newsworthy. He found 1 or 2 more witnesses, who said that 4 or 5 additional current players were trading swag for tattoos. And yadda yadda yadda.
It'll be a very cold day in hell before I'd think about buying one of Rosenberg's colleagues a drink. Gasoline, maybe. A glass of warm gasoline, that is. The stuff's getting expensive.