fair point that
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|3 years 41 weeks ago||That is fantastic||
I did not notice that when I posted it. I am sure she learned it from her mother.
|3 years 41 weeks ago||I give up..||
I am getting hammered in here. I used the WM term in a manner so that I could try and knock down the stereo type. It is apparently a sensitive issue in here. Oh well.
Thanks again though. You guys were great. I think he is still smiling.
|3 years 41 weeks ago||Oh Man...........||
Sometimes you have to lay out the stereotype before you can knock it down. Oh, well, I tried.
|3 years 41 weeks ago||See you picked up on that two...||
That is one of the fun things. Much like the phrase "I could care less".
|3 years 41 weeks ago||The author is reading...||
First, thank you for reading. Second, if you would like to blog about sports, give us a try. We are always looking for more posts and different takes.
Finnaly, I wanted to clear something up. Most of the "Walmart Wolverine" portions of the article are tounge and cheek. The term is out there (and fairly common) so I tried to define what it means to people who use it frequently. I by no means think all (or even most) Michigan fans fall into that category. Rather, I simply wanted to commend the Maize Rage kids. They could have simply walked to their car, but that took a minute and made a kids day. Would I have thought they were "Walmart Wolverines" if they did not do that? No.
The purpose of this was to remind fans (of all schools) that they can support their schools, have fun with the rivalries and not be a holes about it.