Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
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|42 weeks 2 days ago||Thanks! I'll take a peek. I||
I'll take a peek. I was planning on using either React or another virtual-DOM type framework. Also, I'm deathly allergic to PHP :)
|42 weeks 2 days ago||I looked into slack as an||
I looked into slack as an option before I thought of making my own. One of the reasons I decided it probably wouldn't be a good fit, is the requirement that users have to be invited via email to join the channel. This would be a barrier of entry and could prevent people from hopping on at the last minute.
|42 weeks 2 days ago||Probably a Go/rethingDB||
|42 weeks 2 days ago||Slack is expensive||
I love slack, and I use it everyday, but slack charges per user :(
But slack will play a big role as a plan out the app. /giphy ftw
|42 weeks 2 days ago||One Problem||
I would be worried that if there was a mgoblog subreddit, it would move too much traffic off mgoblog and away from their ad revenue, thus requiring us to all hit that donate button more frequently :)
I do love me some reddit though.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||BOOM||
The most important thing is to figure out what styles of beer you like. There are tons and tons of styles out there, (more than light, dark and amber).
The second step is to understand what makes them different. The major distinctions being hoppyness (how much hops falvor there is, often correlates to bitterness, but now always), maltyness(kinda a sweet/bready quality), and roasty-toastyness(the more roasted the deeper and more chocolatey/coffee like the flavor)
A good way to figure these main qualities out is buy finding beers that have a ton of one of them (but not both). IPAs, or India Pale Ales will represent hoppy, Ambers will represent malty, and guiness can represent roastyness.
Armed with all this knowledge you can begin to zero in on difference between beers, some IPAs may be more malty than others etc.
A couple quick tips:
Belgian beers are also weirdos. They use special Yeast that gives beers a very distinct flavor separate from the major difference I listed above. Furthermore, there are two main different compounds imparted by belgian yeast that taste very differently, so you might like one more than an other. Phenols make beer taste like peppery and grapefruity, and esthers kinda taste like bananas. Most belgian yeasts create a good mix of both of these and are a tad sour. Saisons however (one of my favs) are almost all phenols.
Last but not least, it doesn't make a HUGE difference on flavor IMO, but all beers are broken down into two categories, Lagers and Ales. Lagers ferment in cold condintions and produce a crisper cleaner flavor, where as Ales have a yeastier flavor.
I'm sure I'm missing a bunch of stuff but I'm just writing this all out as I think of it.
|1 year 22 weeks ago||Blitz||
I can't wait to see us using Peppers in safety blitz's. Haven't seen that since Kovacs.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||But faster||
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|1 year 24 weeks ago||brimley||
brimley mi in the up is awesome for that. super tiny town with small town log cabin bar on lake Superior. Indian casinos abound. it's also only 30 mins from Sault st Marie and 5 hours from Ann arbor.
all the bars and restaurants have snow mobile parking and trails are everywhere.
I've never been to taiquamenon falls in the winter, but I'm sure they have something going on, and that's only 40 mins away as well.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||He heard that Harbaugh||
He heard that Harbaugh brought some celebratory steaks with him.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||That's pretty generous.||
That's pretty generous.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||Also||
Harblaug should be used for something.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||Doesn't fit this, but during||
Doesn't fit this, but during brainstorming I came up with...
HARbinger of Boom
That needs to fit somewhere.
|1 year 25 weeks ago||I hate myself||
I hate myself for how excited this makes me.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||well||
|1 year 33 weeks ago||But can he Hackett?||
But can he Hackett?
|1 year 33 weeks ago||I do prefer wordpress to||
I do prefer wordpress to drupal, but my current favorite CMS is http://wagtail.io/
I also find that custom built solutions are often worth the extra effort upfront.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||is it running on||
is it running on 6?
|1 year 33 weeks ago||as a web developer||
drupal is the most frustrating piece of software on the planet.. except for joomla of course :)
if the blog is ever interested in pursuing a change to something more... productive, I'd be happy to help out.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Carlos||
|1 year 48 weeks ago||Damn it.||
I logged in for the first time in like a year to post that video, and you beat me to it!
|2 years 33 weeks ago||I'm looking forward to||
I'm looking forward to prank recording this on my buddy's DVR
|2 years 33 weeks ago||Stubborn is right.||
If first possesion, michigan comes out and runs up the middle for the first two downs, and Gardner throws an ugly ball under pressure on third down -- It's game over. I'm sure I'll get flamed for over-reacting, but Borges game plans seem to be set in stone once a game begins.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||"miraculously"?||
I don't know. I'm pretty worried about our CBs and their consistent 10 yard cushion. I have a feeling our CBs will give up lots of dinky passes.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||Speaking of elephants and the O-line||
Benching a 5 star sophomore recruit (Kalis), who was physically ready last year, seems like something that's not getting nearly enough talk.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||Al Borges||
I think the difference maker in this game is going to be Borges. If the offense comes out with the same old run-first mentality we will lose. However, if Gardner gets outside the pocket enough, and we throw a rediculous amount of deep bombs, Michigan and the running game will stand a much better chance.
|2 years 33 weeks ago||It means||
Jake M* F* Ryan