- Member for
- 6 years 6 weeks
|1 year 6 weeks ago||He cheats||
He's an HGH fiend
|2 years 13 weeks ago||I worked at honey baked hams||
I worked at honey baked hams over the holidays "glazing" hams. I HIGHLY recommend the blow torch method. HIGHLY
|2 years 14 weeks ago||NFL coach tampering rules||
Just so people understand, after the the NFL season ends, other NFL teams cannot "tamper" with Harbaugh until after the 49ers season and their season ends. The can only talk to Harbaugh with permission of the 49ers. This rule includes approved NFL agents of coaches as well. So, it won't be free season on Jimmy once the NFL season ends.
|3 years 43 weeks ago||This problem is not just student driven.||
I have been a season ticket holder for well into double digit years. I live in southeastern MI and have two friends who live out of state with tickets right by mine. All toghether we have six seats. We are all young professionals and have the money for the tickets, but we are starting to ask ourselves why we keep paying for season tickets each year. With home game schedules that are very lackluster and family activities, why the hell am I dishing out a couple grand each year to attend two or three games? I love the University, but at what point do I say what the hell am I getting in return for my PSLs and ticket prices? I spent thousands of dollars in tuition for a nice piece of paper. Don't get me wrong, it has opened up some doors that other pieces of paper wouldn't have. But, its getting to the point where I can have a few friends and family over, not worry about having a few beverages, and watch the game on really nice TV. I am happy with this. My buddies come into town once or twice a year to go to games and we have a great time together, but they are starting to feel like I do. Stubhub is becoming a more and more attractive option. Please don't get mad at me for this post, because it is reality.
|3 years 48 weeks ago||I thought all||
of my experience at Michigan was more about drinking than anything.
|3 years 48 weeks ago||The only way to fix it||
is to make the student section smaller. As a sixteen year season ticket holder, this will end up creating chaos at other gates besides the student section.
|3 years 50 weeks ago||I am an indepedent advisor and have many thoughts about this.||
Email me at [email protected]
|4 years 32 weeks ago||Was that||
Bill and Ted's Soooo-crates, or someone different?
|4 years 32 weeks ago||Whatever it was,||
a shotgun was a nice choice but something larger would have been nice.
|5 years 4 weeks ago||Where?||
It thought he was in EL today.
|5 years 4 weeks ago||If Krugler gets an||
offer, he will commit on the spot. He is going to have to bulk up for center at 6'2" 195.
|5 years 4 weeks ago||Make sure||
he brings you a nice bottle of a 2001 Barolo.
|5 years 4 weeks ago||Patrick Krugler does exist||
and he was in Ann Arbor yesterday. He is in LS and A with a concentration in Econ finishing his 7th semester. He works at Palio's on the weekends. But I agree, he didn't get an offer.
|5 years 4 weeks ago||The genesis of Pancheros in Ann Arbor...||
Pancheros has been around the longest in A2 by far. In the 90's, Pancheros made the burritos with meat, refried beans and the rest of the veggies(lettuce, tomato, and what not but no rice). The El Gordo, a 2lb burrito but bigger at 2am, was a mainstay of the late night drunk crowd. The Pancheros in East Lansing also produced the same food. In the early 2000's, the Pancheros were bought out by a large holding company and turned into a chain. Basically all of the Qboda, Chipotle, and what not are the same except for some spins on ingredients. They are chain restaurants that you will find some are better than others.
The El Gordo is a legendary burrito that the Fab Five, Charles Woodson, and other Michigan legends have been witnessed eating in the 90's.
|5 years 15 weeks ago||I would like 6 hookers and||
I would like 6 hookers and and a pound of mary jane for Lou Holtz and I.
|5 years 16 weeks ago||Contact Mr. Brandon||
I am sure he will respond immediately
|5 years 16 weeks ago||Fiesta Bowl and||
|5 years 16 weeks ago||Coaching Staff||
I don't think this coaching staff works that way. All they want is a quality recruit and they like everyone of the OL they offered. Like stated in posts before, it is a first come, first serve basis. They are keeping their options open because recruiting can shake out weird on the last few days.
|5 years 16 weeks ago||I think I might stab myself in the.....||
head with a spoon
|5 years 16 weeks ago||A lot of this speculation||
assumes a Sugar Bowl bid if we play in the BCS. There is still a possibility of a Fiesta Bowl bid if we qualify for a BCS bowl. It all is going to depend on how the rankings shake out and which match ups will be the most attrractive for at large BCS bids. The Fiesta bowl people were at the Nebraska game and the Sugar bowl people never made it to a game. I don't know if that means anything.
|5 years 18 weeks ago||How I am going to guzzle||
all the Busch Light I can without the extra 15 minutes? It is stupendously ridiculous to make me shotgun that much more Busch Light faster.
|5 years 18 weeks ago||Irresponsible OP||
I was there. I worked for Merck when Vioxx was launched. Vioxx was not a perfect medication but it did help some people. Physicians are not infallible in the Vioxx case because they were presrcibing the medication to high risk individuals. People that were not studied.
Frazier was not even around when the drug was being studiedand launched to the public.
I no longer work in that industry, but know a few things about the industry and I know that other similar dugs were yanked at the same for the same reasons. The OP is ignorant in this case. For the OP to relate to link the drug company circumstances and the CEO to the current situation at Penn State is absolutely ludicrous.
I know everything I read on the interweb is TRUE!!!
|5 years 35 weeks ago||But he gets to look||
at Heather Cox all day. She is not Giselle level, but I wouldn't kick her out of bed for eating crackers.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||I can really make a degenerate comment with.....||
|5 years 43 weeks ago||AWESOME...||
Our defense can all drive 300's and our offense can drive Chargers while the coaches are giving recruits tattoos.
|5 years 43 weeks ago||He had to use Denard as an example for||
all the reasons some on this board are upset. Denard is a great role model at this point in his life, therefore if he used a Cam Newton, his point would have been muddled because Newton already has a terrible connotation associated with his name. By using Denard, he gives an example of a fine upstanding man and football player and how fans and media go bonkers over a young man making a decision that could affect his entire life and creating a situation empowering an individual to affext something bigger than himself. It is much more meaningful than talking about someone who has already been dogged to death by fans and media.
|5 years 44 weeks ago||While technically you are correct,||
I think the more appropriate acronym is "that Shit in Ohio"
|5 years 44 weeks ago||This thread along with yesterday's Carr||
thread are highly entertaining. I think a group of 5 year olds could discuss the RR subject with more maturity.
|5 years 45 weeks ago||I love this site!!||
I get negged for being normal. I am a season ticket holder and alumnus. Because I post a realistic viewpoint, doesn't mean I am trolling.
|5 years 45 weeks ago||While the excitement over the class of 2012||
is nice. There is still a whole high school season yet to be played and a lot can happen in 9 months. We can laud Hoke for his recruiting efforts to date, but things can change quickly.