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|2 weeks 3 days ago||Trenton MgoBloggers unite!||
Trenton MgoBloggers unite!
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Haven't bought any new clubs||
Haven't bought any new clubs in a few years, but for an intermediate player I would advise you to take a look at some lower end TaylorMade irons. IMO TaylorMade can't be beat in terms of an iron game for someone your skill level.
|16 weeks 5 days ago||Extensive knee problems||
Extensive knee problems combined with this off the course incident that you may have heard about, I think it was in the news...
|20 weeks 6 days ago||What was the controversy with||
What was the controversy with Labadie? I don't really remember anything from 3 & Out about him
|21 weeks 13 hours ago||Does anyone know why Drevno||
Does anyone know why Drevno was bumped down from OC to OL coach (with Shaw receiving the promotion) going from San Diego to Stanford?
|23 weeks 2 days ago||Is there any way to do this||
Is there any way to do this while factoring in a point spread?
|1 year 2 weeks ago||History of American||
History of American Radicalism with Howard Brick
20th Century American Wars with Jon Marwil
Urban Politics with Greg Markus
Congress and State Legislatures with Joe Schwarz
Theory and Practice of Communism with Zvi Gitelman
I bet you'd never guess I was into polisci/history....
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Well, the Gerald R. Ford||
Well, the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy seems to be named after him...
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Young people could be the key||
Young people could be the key to the turnaround in the city. Cheap rent is one of the major draws to Detroit, along with the opportunity to live in an urban environment with so much rich history.
Universities (including U of M) have programs that send students to Detroit for summers to take classes, work internships, participate in service projects, etc. These little things make a difference. Companies like Quicken Loans have helped too by providing benefits to relocate employees within city boundaries.
Crime is an interesting dilemma in Detroit. We obviously all know about the dangers of the city, but unless you venture too far off the beaten path you should typically be ok. The statistics and portrayal of crime in the media really is terrifying though and gives the city a terrible stigma that really can't be shaken, especially from people who didn't grow up near Detroit or visit it often.
I'm optimistic about the city's return, but not in the short term.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||100% true. (Coming from||
100% true. (Coming from another policy nerd). The city is almost going to have to consolidate within it's boundaries and that could be an incredibly difficult and slow process. One idea that I've heard thrown around is more urban farming to support a sustainable food system within the city. It can make the open space much more asthetically pleasing and provide access to food that a lot of people don't have. Check out "Detroit City is the Place To Be" by Mark Spinelli, it's very well written and a quick read.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||Buckled up baby!!!!||
Buckled up baby!!!!