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|6 days 7 hours ago||Nobody believes that...||
Nobody believes that... Except Wayne Gretzky himself. " I am on record as saying that you're the greatest hockey player of all time, and some other pretty good players, including Bobby Orr, have said the same thing," said Wayne Gretzky to Gordie in an interview.
|1 week 2 days ago||How is it "holding out" when||
How is it "holding out" when he is still in the middle of his season? If this were happening two weeks from now, then it would seem like he was using Michigan.
|1 week 2 days ago||If sometime over the next two||
If sometime over the next two days the NFL guys turn it to 50/50, then we will know this has to be the case.
|1 week 3 days ago||I would have just called it||
I would have just called it general douchery, but I guess your way is a little more explicit if he somehow didn't realize it. I'm
|1 week 6 days ago||Reading comprehension.||
Reading comprehension. Clearly the title is implying that he accepts the Youngstown State head coaching job exists; just like he accepts UFOs and pixie dust.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||I thought maybe he was an||
I thought maybe he was an Apple device that hates Michigan, but the h would be capitalized.
|9 weeks 8 hours ago||Oh boy||
|15 weeks 4 days ago||Not sure if serious...||
So you're saying he only did something worth being fired over the courts say he is guilty of a crime? You need a conviction to tell you that beating a woman is wrong and a crime? This is NOT a case of guilty in the court of public opinion, there is a video of him knocking her unconscious.
A guy beats the crap out of his fiancée, in public, and the thing "wrong" with our society is that he lost his job. Seems a little backwards to me.
Also, staying that the victim forgave him so everybody else should as well is completely ignoring how domestic abuse works. Domestic abuse is often a cycle of abuse and forgiveness that is much more complex than you are making it.
|20 weeks 5 days ago||Rumors||
Rumors like this are how feelings get hurt.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||Run means nothing||
That runner doesn't mean anything, there is no double play in order and he will not tie the game. If you think the shift is the best way to get the batter out, you shift. If you want to argue the merits of the defensive shift, great, but it would take an equal number of hits to tie/win even if you allow that guy to steal home.
|32 weeks 6 days ago||You are a true fan||
Double posting definitely makes me a bad fan.
|32 weeks 6 days ago||You are a true fan||
You are right, everybody that did not renew is a BAD fan because the price has not changed. You must know the finacial sacrifices that they made last year, and must know that attending football games is still more important. You are a true fan, because you kept your tickets. Since you are the expert, please give a list of other things that would make me a bad fan. Am I allowed to wear a green shirt to work? Can I miss a game to go to a wedding? Can I yell at my tv when a player drops a ball, or is that overly critical? I would really like to be like you and feel like I have the right to look down on everybody else's fandom, so please let me know what I am doing wrong.
|36 weeks 3 days ago||Woooo Knights!||
|37 weeks 6 days ago||Sounds like||
Sounds like you did not appreciate people criticizing what you thought to be a topic worthy of discussion. If you do not like "that guy," then don't be "that guy."
|47 weeks 2 hours ago||"Damn my hair looks good||
"Damn my hair looks good today."
|1 year 19 weeks ago||It does happen.||
The article provides no evidence that it does not happen, it says that there is not an unwritten "in the vicinity" rule to call the runner out. There is a big difference. If you look at how often the call is missed based on the rule, it is pretty clear that MLB is perfectly fine with the fielder being given the benefit of the doubt.
|1 year 19 weeks ago||Thought to ponder...||
Would the conferences sue EA for using their likeness?
|2 years 39 weeks ago||It's an issue of consistency.||
It's an issue of consistency. Hoke would have done the same no matter who the recruit was and would not wait until the 4th visit. I have no clue if Meyer told other recruits the same thing.
|2 years 41 weeks ago||Not race, not academics; just spoiled brats||
Grand Blanc would do the same thing to my high school, which was about 90% white and they were not that much better academically. It boiled down to their students thinking they were better than us because their families had money, and they couldn't handle losing to a school of "inferior" students. It's a stereotype that isn't true for a lot of their students, but they just had a lot of kids that felt entitled.