"Coach Mattison told me what the Ravens were about, what he thought," Beyer said. "He definitely encouraged me. I hold his opinion in high regard."
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|13 hours 44 min ago||Already covered by Wolverine Devotee above, but:||
|13 hours 50 min ago||That was quick.||
I suppose this is the end of trying to get satellite camps banned through the NCAA.
|14 hours 9 min ago||What do you propose||
we do about that?
|14 hours 11 min ago||If you look||
at US foreign policy via IMF, IBRD, GATT and now WTO, and the way the US has strong-armed international currency systems since the Bretton Woods conference in 1944, the shitty labor practices of poor countries are no accident.
|2 days 46 min ago||"Pay the players."||
Or at least give them gruel.
|2 days 52 min ago||The||
hit job was facilitated by people inside the UM AD. Out here we will never know how many of those are still left. The war against RR also sabotaged the players, the fans, and the football program at UM. As late as last August Hoke and Brandon were still rolling out the red carpet for Rosenberg when he skulked out of his swamp at SI for privileged interviews at UM.
The F-word paper never acknowledged its own editorial malpractice in allowing that factually dishonest piece to see the light of day. That paper still acts like it never did anything wrong and like that piece isn't the journalistic paraquat that it is.
Half of the deplorable duo, Snyder, whose names appeared on the criminal libel still purveys his journalistic malfeasance under the same roof he did on the day of infamy. Several others anethema to human decency still work there too.
In short, there has been no distance made between that paper now and its earlier manifestation which, holding the knife, plunged it into the back of the players and fans of the Michigan football program.
No forgiveness. Never forget.
|4 days 2 hours ago||I think I got irony poisoning||
from this remark:
|6 days 15 hours ago||Could be both fouls and fowls:||
|6 days 15 hours ago||Love your|
|1 week 1 hour ago||"Wienie."||
Unless you want it to rhyme with "whiney."
Comes from the German for "Vienna":
|1 week 2 days ago||Sort of Aztec.||
Why not go all Aztec, and feed the heart of everyone on the team that misses the extra point to the other team?
This may require rules changes that go outside the NFL.
|1 week 2 days ago||Commas||
make all the difference: "Let's eat Grandma."
Boston Terriers can be peevish, or at least, possessive. In their corner, they are among the most likely to have a dedicated rescue group for their breed.
|2 weeks 10 hours ago||Nanotechnology --||
I think we agreed on another thread here that when artificial intelligence goes SkyNet, the velocity of improvement in computer technology will be so fast that the computers will be 10,000 times smarter than we are by the time we realize they have tipped the balance.
So my prediction of the impact on societal norms would be human extinction.
|2 weeks 10 hours ago||There was||
a similar discussion about cows in Buffallo here once.
|2 weeks 10 hours ago||Switzerland.|
|2 weeks 10 hours ago||Your mom||
is named Chlamydia?
When your lover tells you she has an STD, the important thing is to remember to act surprised.
|2 weeks 11 hours ago||I believe||
he's changed the tide of the rivalry.
|2 weeks 11 hours ago||"wouldn't they fall through floors."||
by that logic, they will all end up at the earth's center of gravity.
First of all, do they have mass? Any reason to sink or fall relative to the density of the media around them?
If yes, then they will all converge at the earth's center, compressed in a superdense sphere of ectoplasm. And there will be no observances at the earth's surface.
|2 weeks 11 hours ago||c):||
With the windows closed, the air in the car moves with the car and so do the things flying in it.
With the windows open, there is no clear boundary separating the inner air from the outer air. You have turbulance on the boundaries between the air from the outside and air trapped in pockets by the back window, near the floor, etc. The hummingbird would be caught in this turbulence until it avoided it either by going out the window or finding a quiet spot away from the turbulence inside.
d): too much thought and too little experiment. Mass and energy are why this thought experiment doesn't work out.
One for you: you pass a string all around the world at ground level at the equator. How much longer do you have to make it in order for it to clear the earth by one foot all the way around?
|2 weeks 11 hours ago||What if the building is demolished?||
Are they stuck in the airspace where the room would be?
How many ghosts were made homeless during the bombings of Hamburg or Tokyo?
What if the dwelling is destroyed during the perfidy than makes someone a ghost in the first place?
|2 weeks 12 hours ago||Nitpick --||
The 1969 helmet stickers didn't have the snarling wolverine, pace MVictors:
|2 weeks 12 hours ago||"They're the ones getting hit in the helmets."||
Rob Lytle agrees.
|2 weeks 12 hours ago||"Mouth-readers?"||
That sounds like trying to say "mouth-breather" with a severe head cold.
Similar malapropism: "Camel's toe under the tent."
|2 weeks 12 hours ago||Pointing out that||
helmet stickers first started in Illinois is a little like pointing out that comprehensive postal codes first happened in the Ukraine starting in December 1932 -- everyone goes, "well, OK," and then goes on life unchanged.
The big thing, doctrinalogically speaking, is Bo is not just a copycat of Woody.
|2 weeks 13 hours ago||A coach out of West Virginia?||
We actually did try that.
Lightning doesn't always strike twice in the same place.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Exactly right.||
Says somewhere that it is about 20% more efficient that way.
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Michael Hudson:||
Nikolay Starikov, Rouble Nationalization
|2 weeks 2 days ago||Well,||
greatness doesn't arise from a lack of faults.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||Maybe||
we need to distinguish between "neutral" as in halfway in-between, ie, Georgia-Florida in Jacksonville, and one-off change-of-venue, as in Dubai.
"Jacksonville" says "y'all come"; "Dubai" says "fuck you, season ticket-holders."
|2 weeks 6 days ago||"Bring . . ."||
your product elsewhere."
We do. That's the "away" part in "home-and-away."