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|6 days 19 hours ago||Clever, Columbus. Very clever.||
Atlanta guy here who will soon be an MLS season ticket holder. I thought this was hilarious!
|6 days 19 hours ago||Never like "Atlanta Flames"||
I live in Atlanta too and I've always thought "Atlanta Flames" was one of the worst team names. Why name a sports team after a tragic event? There's no "Boston Massacres" nor a team named the "Fukashima Tsunamis".
Although, now that I think of it, the "Chicago Mrs. O'Leary's Cows" might be cool.
|3 weeks 6 hours ago||Keep your feet on the ground||
Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the Rose Bowl.
Wayne State, great school!
|5 weeks 5 days ago||I guess he still can't afford||
I guess he still can't afford a Big Mac.
|12 weeks 1 day ago||He pretty much nailed it||
EDSBS is right. Traffic in Atlanta sucks on a good day and most people here have no idea how to drive in a little snow.
Still, city and state officials should take a lot of blame for this. They should have coordinated school transport, encouraged businesses to wait to send home workers and released government workers after private sector folks had time to get out of the city. They should have had their newly-purchased salt trucks out ahead of the snow to get a little salt down in advance.
Personally, as a Michigan born and bred driver (who took drivers education in a Michigan January, ferchristsake), I had a hard time understanding the traffic jams. I drove my two-seat, rear-wheel-drive, sports car home yesterday on side streets that were a little wet and slushy, but not too bad. The main roads were gridlocked and barely moving. My 20 minute drive took two hours, but at least I got home. I really feel bad for people who spent the night on the interstates.
The worst part is that this will all happen again the next time Atlanta gets snow.
|46 weeks 5 days ago||Five weeks later||
My joke was almost funny. Still cost me all of my mgopoints.
So, after five weeks, mgopoints? Or no mgopoints?
|46 weeks 5 days ago||Oops. Wrong reply||
|46 weeks 5 days ago||Mike Tirico||
Television is overrated.
|48 weeks 4 days ago||Funny. I still remember the||
Funny. I still remember the house party in AA when we were both students and Everitt wanted to fight me. I have no idea why. He kept pointing at me, threatening me and getting in my way when I went to the keg. Maybe he thought I was someone else.
When he was away to get a beer or for a bathroom break, I asked his two friends what his problem was. They didn't really have an answer even after I told them I'd never met Everitt before.
Since he had about five inches and at least 50 pounds on me, I kept my distance and managed to avoid being broken in half.
Great player, but a strange guy.
|49 weeks 1 day ago||It worked out ok for Charles||
It worked out ok for Charles Rogers, didn't it?
|52 weeks 5 hours ago||It's not the "Chick-fil-A||
It's not the "Chick-fil-A Homophobia Bowl"?
I Love their food and their service. I hate their social agenda.
|52 weeks 15 hours ago||I think you mean Dennis||
I think you mean Dennis Northfeet.
|1 year 1 day ago||No. Once the runner takes||
No. Once the runner takes second base and the play is over, he cannot later return to first base.
Segura stole second. Play over. Segura cannot return to first.
|1 year 1 day ago||Correct. Once he took second||
Correct. Once he took second base and play was stopped, Segura could not return to first.
|1 year 2 days ago||Right. Which is why Segura||
Right. Which is why Segura should have been out. There were two blown calls: first, when Segura was tagged the second time (after stepping off second base); second, when Segura stood on first after Braun was called out. You cannot run the bases backwards in MLB.
|1 year 2 days ago||ND is on that list as well.||
ND is on that list as well. Don't they still keep their football rights including the contract with NBC? I cannot imagine them sharing that money with other schools.
EDIT: Answering my own question -- of course, they do. Per Brian's post on the main page.
|1 year 2 days ago||They were both pretty weak,||
They were both pretty weak, but, as you said above, it's Bismark, North Dakota. These are probably their first jobs out of college and they're weekend anchors. The available talent pool to anchor weekends in Bismark is not probably not filled with network quality talent.
|1 year 6 days ago||No. They will be standing on||
No. They will be standing on the shoulders of A's. Think about it.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Here's the pic||
|1 year 3 weeks ago||Congratulations! You're||
Congratulations! You're going to love it at Michigan.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Save your soul. Listen to||
Save your soul. Listen to muppets all day instead.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Banana suits. That is all.||
That is all.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||Glad to see Drew doing well.||
Glad to see Drew doing well.
The rough thing about his departure from Michigan was the timing. He announced he was going pro after National Signing Day, leaving Michigan in a bad spot. Carr didn't recruit a QB the year before Drew or the year he committed. That was the deal he made with Henson to get him to Michigan. Of course, that meant there weren't many QB options on the roster when Henson suddenly bolted.
I still think Steinbrenner offered Henson the big payday to stick it to Michigan.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Brian Griese says||
Brian Griese says "hello".
Seriously, I don't know about Wangler, but Michigan's had serious preferred walk-on talent in the past. As a preferred, isn't he likely to get a scholarship eventually?
|1 year 8 weeks ago||But don't the kids love 'em?||
But don't the kids love 'em?
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Yes. The Lions desparately||
Yes. The Lions desperately need an improved return game. I'd love to see Stevie B. running back kicks for them.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||It's sad that WDIV didn't get||
It's sad that WDIV didn't get reaction from the university before doing the story or didn't say that the university hadn't responded to requests (if that was the case).
That said, the university should not be classifying state residents who served in the military as non-residents for tuition purposes. It happened to me when I was a student and I thought it was a fluke. In the wake of this most recent incident, I'm learning that it's also happened to many others. If its not university policy, the university needs to stop doing it.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||He's not the first. Have you||
He's not the first. Have you read the responses in this thread?
|1 year 8 weeks ago||The university did the same||
The university did the same thing to me 20 years ago. I served six years in the Army and enrolled at UM after returning from Germany. When I got my first tuition bill I was shocked to learn that UM had accepted me as an out-of-state student. Luckily, I was able to get a state representative to contact the university president. My situation was fixed quickly and the president sent me a letter of apology.
I knew a handful of other veterans on the Ann Arbor campus at the time who did not have this problem. But if accepting veterans who served overseas as out-of-state students is UM policy now, it needs to change. Interestingly, the report from WDIV did not have a response from the university.
|1 year 9 weeks ago||Thanks. I was expecting||
Thanks. I was expecting something a little more complicated.