Peppers at 10, which seems low.
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- No launching or diving at another player, whether you're on offense of defense. Only time you're allowed to leave your feet before contact is to try to catch a thrown pass or lateral.
|4 days 1 hour ago||US Census and other sources...||
Sources: Data used to create these rankings were collected from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, GreatSchools.org and U.S. News & World Report.
|5 weeks 5 days ago||good one||
you made me exhale through my nose faster than normal. thank you... here's my upvote
|17 weeks 4 days ago||my two cents||
Not a fan of your first rule...
would this also make plays at the goalline where players leap over the pile illegal? or what about people leaping over defenders to avoid low tackles? Diving to block a punt/FG? I'm sure there are other non-dangerous plays this rule would eliminate that we would miss
I think your 'no lowering the head' rule provides better protection for players and that this rule is not really necessary
The tackle rule you propose seems great in spirit, but i think it would be incredibly hard to enforce. I think you need to elaborate with more objective definitions for what a tackle would be under this rule.
|18 weeks 3 days ago||wow... thanks||
gold jerry, gold
|20 weeks 5 days ago||hold on to your butts||
from Samuel L Jackson's character in Jurassic Park. I say this while driving all the time
Not a movie, but anything mildly resembling a Mitch Hedberg joke will get me to quote him
|26 weeks 2 days ago||eerie||
my parents in utero name for me was Gater as a portmanteau of their first names, Gail and Peter.
Unfortunately for the badass factor it did not stick, but i did come away with Anthony as a middle name in reverence of #1
|26 weeks 3 days ago||also expecting||
my wife's due date was yesterday, but i think our daughter is waiting until national signing day to arrive. i wish she'd pull the trigger already
|34 weeks 4 days ago||hitting the pylon on the fly||
hitting the pylon on the fly off the kickoff was pretty cool. that was the only thing i really want to remember after this one
|40 weeks 1 day ago||wow that seems like a ton||
is that 7-8% of the profit or the total sale price?
i probably spend between 300-500 dollars on amazon every year so i will try to use this link. you guys provide great content
|40 weeks 1 day ago||referral link||
i did see the mgoblog-20 at the end of the url, but once i click through to an actual product that's gone. is it still embedded in there somewhere?
|41 weeks 1 day ago||have you seriously never seen||
have you seriously never seen grump cat?
|41 weeks 6 days ago||Their app stinks||
It just crashes every time I try to play the game
|41 weeks 6 days ago||Why isn't this just a rebroadcast?||
Entire game was a UM highlight
|42 weeks 5 days ago||i couldnt stand interstellar||
plot holes and cheesy science ran amok all over interstellar. it peeves me that people think it was any good. i mean, i'm not sure if it had better black hole science than "event horizon."
that said, the martian was really good. not just the science, but the characters were believable too. very believable emotions and a perfect touch of humor.
|43 weeks 2 days ago||24-10||
|44 weeks 1 hour ago||I be like dang||
I be like dang
|1 year 24 weeks ago||blues brothers theme||
i feel like you could add the blues brothers to your list, even if the music is more instrumental than lyrical
|1 year 26 weeks ago||chemical engineer here||
from what i read it was 50° outdoors at game time, and the balls were inflated in a 75°F room. by my calculations that would account for a 1.3 psi drop which differs slightly from what someone posted above
assuming ideal gas law, PV=nRT and V, n, and R remain the same, therefore, P/T= a constant. or writtten another way, P1/T1=k=P2/T2 or P2=(P1/T1)*T2
T1=75°F (or 534.67 Rankine since absolute temps are required)
P1=12.5 psig assuming the low end of legal range (equals 27.2 psia)
T2=50°F (or 509.67 Rankine)
Pluging in: P2 = (27.2/534.67)*509.67= 25.93 psia (or 11.23 psig)
Thats a difference of 1.27 psi from the start.
Air is pretty close to ideal, especially under this low of pressure and normal temps, but i also checked this against density tables i have at work. the difference i calculated that way was 1.28 psi so it checks out
And since we must now speculate on explanations to account for the other 0.7 psi,, i estimate all of these to be more likely than foul play: the balls leaking slightly, the calibration for the gauges used is not exact, or the temperaturesreported not accurate
|1 year 47 weeks ago||anyway, glad there is another||
anyway, glad there is another one. these are fun. maybe we should do it again sometime in 10 years
|1 year 47 weeks ago||yow! looks like i got called out over at THTRB||
in my defense, the way he worded the sentence -
Now we're back together for one penultimate blogjam before the end of the series (or the End of Days, whichever comes first).
- sounded to me that this was the final blogjam, regardless of there being two games left in the series. but, point taken
|1 year 47 weeks ago||The six biggest plays||
Would you mind adding an arrow with a number for these? I always struggle to rember/figure out where these plays happened over the course of the game. Thanks and keep up the good work
|2 years 44 weeks ago||re: Gallon||
it looks like the only one on him is the safety 10 yards downfield. the linebacker nearest gallon is clearly on backside contain as he only glances at him and then pursues the play. i dont see how a quick pass to gallon doesnt get at least 8 yards. its a TD if he beats the safety
i think that is a bigger problem with our offense. the inability to switch out of bad (or into good) plays when the defense sells out to stop the run on first down. if we wont change our play based on what the defense gives us, at the very least we need to be less predictable so that every 1st and 10 defense tees off on the obvious run call
|2 years 46 weeks ago||thats what i got||
thats what i got, but it doesnt make sense if it was on 1st down...
|2 years 46 weeks ago||penultimate||
it bothers me when people use that word wrong...
It means the second to last, not the last
(referencing opening paragraph at THRB for those who didnt click through)
|2 years 49 weeks ago||not sure if trolling||
or just a b-hole
for someone 'new to mgoblog' you sure come out swinging. but as far as your original question goes, the OP gave the actual R^2 value so you could make your own conclusions. you can dismiss it since it is below your chemistry standards of .96 or you can understand the amount of noise in the sampling and take it for what it's worth
[edit: sorry that was meant to be in reply to the previous commentor]
|3 years 5 weeks ago||infer/imply||
shoe was inferring
seth was (not) implying
|3 years 5 weeks ago||i think the second part is||
i think the second part is supposed to be for the rest of his life
|3 years 5 weeks ago||i like the fed ex guy, cuz||
i like the fed ex guy, cuz he's a drug dealer and he dont even know it
|3 years 5 weeks ago||do you like toast too?||
do you like toast too?
|3 years 11 weeks ago||pav jersey?||
hard to tell, but i think that is a 3 and a 1 (plus the A limits the options)
also, a factoid for you: the wings now place the C and A letters on the opposite side of the jersey to balance out the wing