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|3 years 25 weeks ago||Cedar Point||
I think you approached the ride with the incorrect mindset.
The thrill of the Top Fuel Dragster is pretty much unmatched in the midwest. It really helps to keep your arms up all the way around. The second or third pass you really start to enjoy the different elements of the ride
The are we going to make it over the top
And finally straight down we go,
I have been in line for many hours with my middle school and now senior in HS :( daughter and have never seen anyone fall out, in fact my daughter's great hope for the ride is to be one of the cars that does not quite make and comes down backwards and you get a two for one,
The ride I can no longer deal with is the Magnum 500 - last time I rode it I thought I was going to break my thighs.
|3 years 36 weeks ago||Frickers is closed||
The Frickers is closed. It has been replaced by a similar type Hamburger place.
If the day is nice you could go to the Glenbrook Mall TGIF's they have an outdoor patio and a nice bar.
Or as mentioned the pep rally
|3 years 37 weeks ago||Some ideas for Saturday Before and after the game||
I have lived in FW for 26 years and am about 3 miles from the Coliseum.
If you like wings and want to give a local place a try go to Buffalo Wings and Ribs http://www.buffalowingsandribs.net/
The Casa Mare is right across the street (west side) of the Coliseum and has really good Italian and good prices. http://www.casarestaurants.net/locations.aspx Be sure to get the Casa Salad - 1 large for 4 works.
For good American "Mexican" Carlos O'Kelly's is right down the street from the Coliseum - strangely the street name is Coliseum.
For better Mexican Mexican you can go to Cebolla's located behind Glenbrook Mall on Fernhill. Maybe 10 minutes away, kind of hidden but good.
There is also a Granite City Food & Brewery. They are a Micro brewery. Pretty good food. Get the Crispy Waffle Fries with Dip for an appetizer to share.
For the party folks your best bet is Piere's http://www.itstheparty.com/ Located maybe 10 minutes from the Coliseum for after the game celebrations.
As for hotels the closest ones other than the H.I. are all located along Washington Center Road - 15 minutes from the Coliseum and right off from 69.
The Coliseum exit is 112. There is a cluster of hotels at 111 and some at exit 116
Hope this helps and Go Blue!
|4 years 7 weeks ago||Peppers||
You can use cayenne to add some nice heat but not pepper flavor to overwhelm your other spices.
|4 years 14 weeks ago||W & B||
Woodward and Bernstein were played like a fiddle by the then Associate Director of the FBI Mark Felt - passed over on the depth chart by Nixon. Felt thought he should have replaced J Edgar as Director. When that did not occur - well read the books, a leak here, a note there, a hint somewhere else, and a president fell. Sounds like some guys may have slipped on the depth chart and a couple of freshman were lead down a path.
Hopefully RR has read history and understands an attempt at a cover-up is 100 times worse than the crime assuming there even was a crime. He could ask Martha Stewart about that.
As to malice on the authors part - the question must be why now? The team should be just leaving the volmandtory 24 hours of Sunday meetings and instead of reviewing WMU game prep they are answering texts, twitters, Blog writers and friends incessant questions- not about is Denard faster than Tate but did you spend 1 hour or 1.5 hours lifting Tuesday?
Seems like this could have waited until the end of the year collecting specific examples, schedules, dates, and so on from the several current team members and then finish RR off just in time to be fired before the bowl game. Instead they jumped the gun for attention (or fear of facts during a current season not memories of seasons past).
Oh well I for one will be cheering when the team runs out and not watching the clock Saturday.
|4 years 14 weeks ago||Wedding Blues||
A couple of years ago I was a the Wedding of a big Michigan fan - on a game day. The reception was during the game and I was able to listen to the end *thanks to WJR that won't happen anymore* in anycase Michigan and when I went to give the score the bride who in all fairness tolerated his insanity made sure I had good news before I could pass on the score.
I should also mention the wedding party entered to The Victors.
|4 years 14 weeks ago||Hypothermia 2006||
It must have been better than the top of the bowl on the South endzone. Only good thing was after half time we were able to move back against the middle rail.
Almost died walking to the car.
Of course then the sun came out and it was a sunny drive home.
|4 years 14 weeks ago||Radios||
Yes the work - I got a free one a couple of years ago.
I also have brought an MP3 Player with an FM radio.
But in any case when the action is at the other end the radio helps keep you on top of the details.
I usually get end zone seats where you can see the entire field - In my opinion better than 50 yard line seat where you can only see the action between the 40's real easily.
|4 years 16 weeks ago||Grew up in Bellevue (over by||
Grew up in Bellevue (over by Battle Creek).
Became a Michigan fan when I was young, probably because they were the only Big 10 team on TV at the time.
The best part is my second daughter a Michigan Fan and now we need to make our annual trip north for a game.