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|3 weeks 2 days ago||Justified||
In S3, mobster and total psycho Robert Quarles is trying to bribe Raylan, and Raylan mocks him with a sarcastic comment asking if he learned that in business school.
Quarles looks real pleased and replies, "UofM. Go Blue!"
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Yep. The founders were||
Yep. The founders were doctoral candidates at UM. And in a few episodes, Ann Arbor is referenced as shorthand for the Initiative.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||if it's just us, seems like||
if it's just us, seems like an awful waste of space.
|27 weeks 1 day ago||Because the cage only unlocks||
Because the cage only unlocks when there's a winner. If cage matches didn't "work" (i.e., produce a winner), then everyone would still be locked in the cage.
Michael can't imagine any other scenario (like you, I, or any normal person could) explaining how people would get out of the cage, therefore cage matches must work.
|27 weeks 1 day ago||That's why it's funny.||
That's why it's funny. Michael Scott would expect people to remain in the cage indefinitely.
Much like he expected some result from simply shouting out loud that he was declaring bankruptcy. He's very much a literalist.
|31 weeks 6 days ago||Sometimes, when nobody's||
Sometimes, when nobody's around, I watch Terminator 2.
|31 weeks 6 days ago||The original Teenage Mutant||
The original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie from 1990. Loved it as a huge Turtles kid when it came out and recently watched it with my nephew after we saw the Michael Bay one. Just as entertaining as I remembered.
I'm not actually embarassed to admit it (obviously), but I think I'm supposed to be.
|35 weeks 6 days ago||BattleFrog is the brand name||
BattleFrog is the brand name of the obstacle courses. The show is colleges competing on those courses. Like if there was a "Crossfit College Challenge."
Like most of ESPN's programming, I didn't watch the show or even know it existed...
|42 weeks 2 days ago||Yup. And Ferrigno coaches||
Yup. And Ferrigno coaches their special teams.
|51 weeks 1 day ago||Yup|
|51 weeks 5 days ago||Both are definitely enough to||
Both are definitely enough to give you nightmares, but I gotta agree with justin—A Brave New World scared the shit out of me even more.
This webcomic pretty much illustrates why:
|1 year 4 weeks ago||Bryan Harsin took over from||
Bryan Harsin took over from Petersen and coached Boise State last year, but otherwise I agree.
|1 year 5 weeks ago||No, we've never seen his||
No, we've never seen his character before.
But we have seen the guy who says "he's everywhere!" That's Mr. White, the guy who executed Le Chiffre (and inconsequentially saving Bond from further torture) and then confiscated the diamonds in Casino Royale. He was last seen as a member of the Spectre-like organization Quantum in Quantum of Solace, claiming that "we have people everywhere."
So I wouldn't be surprised if Spectre reveals that Oberhauser/Blofeld has had a hand in things throughout the entire run of Craig films.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||There actually were||
There actually were occasional screams and battle sounds after the fog rolled in, but they were muted a bit to keep the eerie atmosphere. You can especially hear them when the Thenn looks through the hole in the Hardhome wall.
I'm assuming the fog was cover for the first wave and that unlike those inside the wall, the wildlings outside never had much of a chance to fight back. After all, the majority of the wights we saw were waaaay too decayed and skeletony to be the wildlings outside.
|1 year 17 weeks ago||It's definitely the||
It's definitely the Winterfell set. Which makes sense--with Stannis and his army at Castle Black, it'd be crazy for both Roose and Ramsay to suddenly go south to Moat Cailin and meet two people who are heading to Winterfell anyway.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||(No subject)||
|3 years 1 week ago||UFR||
Well, I mean, it's not like he's quoting himself. Take it up with Brian.
|3 years 6 weeks ago||Christopher Nolan, actually||
Christopher Nolan, actually (which I'm sure you knew, just had one of those aghh brain moments). The Batman / Inception / Prestige dude. He did Insomnia with Al Pacino, too. The guy doesn't make bad movies.
|3 years 6 weeks ago||Did you say...InGen?||
|3 years 11 weeks ago||Embed views count. There are||
Embed views count. There are a couple of exceptions, but none of them apply to Youtube videos posted here. You're good to go, folks.
Though it is more awesome full-size.
|3 years 12 weeks ago||Maybe so, but they also||
Maybe so, but they also regressed from 9-4 to 6-7 in 2009. I'll begrudgingly accept that kind of offensive improvement from Sparty this year.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||WEEKEND||
I have all sorts of exciting activities planned.
|3 years 13 weeks ago||2012 odds||
These were his 2012 odds:
Danny Sheridan @DannySheridan1
So yeah. Apparently, in his mind, the only thing holding them back last year were Bell and Sims. Good luck with that.
|3 years 14 weeks ago||(No subject)||
|3 years 17 weeks ago||No problem.||
Switching to the OL for the Jets? Sounds like just another easy day for BWC...
|3 years 26 weeks ago||This one's still up too:|
|3 years 28 weeks ago||But if you didn't have to||
But if you didn't have to actually get up there to physically spike it, you could end up missing classic entertainment like this:
|3 years 28 weeks ago||Herm?|
|3 years 28 weeks ago||I hope not||
Those are terrible odds!
|3 years 33 weeks ago||Nope||
I'm with most of you. We've already lived with years of SEC dominance hype; I don't see any reason to trade it for far more irritating, less grounded in reality ND hype. The devil you know and all that jazz.
This pretty much sums up my relationship with the Tide tonight: