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|2 years 2 days ago||Of course, but it will lower||
Of course, but it will lower the demand for the cellphone networks and load balancing will natuarally occur. There is literally no way this could be worse than the current situation.
|2 years 45 weeks ago||83 more yards for the rushing record||
Pat White - 4480
|3 years 13 weeks ago||Yeah and in the 1700's they||
Yeah and in the 1700's they just wished they would find something worth while like a cure for small pox instead of wasting resources on this useless electricity stuff
|3 years 13 weeks ago||Doesn't everything have||
Doesn't everything have something to do with God?
|3 years 22 weeks ago||Completely agree.||
And you can turn oranges into alcohol which is why I have long petitioned for oranges to have an age limit.
|3 years 22 weeks ago||I disagree. Yes, maybe these||
I disagree. Yes, maybe these guys wouldn't have done this without the help of the FBI since they lacked the capabilities but they sure lept at the opportunity (And do you really want those kind of guys in the open?). And it creates a scenrio where people are hesitant to get involved in the first place since they fear someone involved might be an undercover agent.
|3 years 24 weeks ago||lol 6-1||
|3 years 38 weeks ago||Could you email me the full||
Could you email me the full res version of wallpaper4? I'm trying to print it out as a poster.
|3 years 40 weeks ago||It is exactly their job. This||
It is exactly their job. This isn't a new problem and is why student athletes get so many resources to help them succeed.
They generate millions of dollars in revenue for us and you don't think it is the job of a public institution to help them further their life? For what student athletes contribute to the university (and I'm pretty sure revenue sports are the only sports that are accepting kids that don't have all the knowledge they should at that point in life), I think we could at least give them the opportunity to succeed. It works out for the majority of them.
Regardless, the problem needs to be addressed at the root. Not after high school. Addressing the issue after highschool would result in an even greater proliferation of the problem.
|3 years 40 weeks ago||While I generally agree that||
While I generally agree that the standards for student atheletes should be more stringent, its hard to justify penalizing students who were maybe not given the opportunity to excell academically. A lot of atheltes come from schools which have very poor academics compared to the general student body of Michigan. I think one of the best things about college sports is it allows for athletes from poorer backgrounds to create a future by themselves, without relying on teachers to give them the information to succeed; since a lot of the time they do not have those resources.
We accept atheltes who have obviously put in an exceptional amount of work to get where they are atheletically. They clearly have the drive and work ethic to succeed. Just because their enviroment, which they often do not have any control of, didn't allow them to learn everything they should have in highschool shouldn't deprive them of the opportunity to come to a world class instituiton and reach their full potential. Obviously if they do lack the aformentioned characterisitcs then they take the route of Tate and the system ultimately gave them an opportunity that they failed to capitalize on. Which I think is much better than not giving them the opportunity at all.
|3 years 40 weeks ago||Not taking Chem after 10th||
Not taking Chem after 10th grade is pretty normal and a lot of very good schools don't even offer AP classes... doesnt seem like the most well written article.
|4 years 3 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
|4 years 15 weeks ago||If the announcer freaked out||
If the announcer freaked out every time we converted a 4th down or scored a touchdown I would shoot myself.
|4 years 21 weeks ago||Winner winner, chicken dinner||
Winner winner, chicken dinner
|4 years 21 weeks ago||I doubt CB is recruiting low||
I doubt CB is recruiting low profile guys
|4 years 21 weeks ago||New commit this week||
New commit this week according to Chris Barnett
|4 years 23 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
Your obviously not a family person. I guarantee he discusses any decision with his family before he announces anything.
|4 years 25 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
Oh no please dont
|4 years 25 weeks ago||posted from iPhone|
|4 years 32 weeks ago||I did a quick search for some||
I did a quick search for some tickets for myself and, compared to any other game this season, the wisco tickets seem to be in very high demand. There are more people wanting than offering.
This being said, there is no doubt you will be able to scalp some tickets but they will be pretty over priced.
Best way to get tickets before a game is to scour craigslist and facebook for students trying to sell their tickets.
|4 years 33 weeks ago||posted from iPhone|
|4 years 35 weeks ago||Actually, Michigan never ever||
Actually, Michigan never ever cancels classes due to a law suit in the past.
Thats not to say people will be going to class.
|4 years 37 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
A generous idea, but it has a few flaws.
|4 years 38 weeks ago||I'd be down fo sho||
I'd be down fo sho
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Something I whipped up real quick
|4 years 40 weeks ago||Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh||
I see what you're talking about now... Very annoying.
|4 years 40 weeks ago||Hmmm||
I haven't noticed anything different?
|4 years 40 weeks ago||Those who stay will be||
Those who stay will be champions.
|4 years 40 weeks ago||This is what CC threads sound like:|
|4 years 40 weeks ago||posted from iPhone||
If RR is fired then JH might come but maybe not but also it's possible he does otherwise he could also come but possibly....not