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|6 hours 29 min ago||Useless trolling||
looking for some salacious material to generate clickbait from.
What were they expecting to find?
Schematics for an ARC Reactor, diamond-studded nipple clips, and a 55 gal drum of goat's blood?
|7 hours 18 min ago||little known fact||
plane tails are just like whale flukes, no 2 are alike and scientists use them to identify individuals planes in the wild.
|3 days 1 hour ago||Basketball is in the Sweet 16||
after winning the conference tournament, and could still win it all.
Football lost to our biggest rival for like the 10th time in 13 yrs, came in 3rd in the B1G East (again) and lost a meaningless consolation bowl.
Why are you asking this question?
|1 week 5 days ago||San Diego / South Dakota||
They probably have a Petco somewhere in South Dakota they could meet at also, maybe get a kitten together.
|2 weeks 3 days ago||Is that||
a Keith Jakson memoir?
|2 weeks 4 days ago||you always New||
or did you always
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Please bang with Xtra Nyquil||
I'm sick as a dog & can barely get out of bed.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Whew||
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one that spends a lot of time on SpankMe-Hub®
|2 weeks 6 days ago||I'm hardly a Mike Hart hater||
I still have one of his jerseys.
But he had all All American Baas on his freshmen line who moved to Center & won the Rimmington.
I think every RB owes a good deal of their success to their line and I think Hart is no exception.
In fact (since the poster below list RB's he beat out for the position) I'd say that Hart had a unique skill-set that made him the perfect back for his time at Michigan.
1. He didn't fumble (like EVER)
2. He had patience (with his slower speed & the type of line he had this was crucial)
3. He was tough, & fought for extra yards every time.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||A spittoon is very fitting||
I'm still waiting to see the MSU-Rutgers Axe Body Spray Trophy mock-up.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||I like Hart||
not a track star but ran with authority, hard to tackle.
O-line can make or break most running backs.
|2 weeks 6 days ago||Sorry for your loss Cali||
It sounds like your wife was an amazing fighter & role model for your daughters.
I hope that Hospice was a good (relatively speaking) experince for you, they do an unbeleivavle job and I couldn't thank them enough when my Dad passed a couple years ago.
He died of ALS, which is about one of the top 3 worst ways to go. Hospice made his last weeks bareable for all of us.
|3 weeks 1 hour ago||Certainly a better downfield threat||
than Oliver Cromwell 2.0
|3 weeks 3 hours ago||Terrible news Cali||
Thinking about you are your wife, but especially your daughters.
|3 weeks 6 hours ago||Yeah||
Mom was never lucky.
Fell though the ceiling above our garage triggering the electric garage door & trapping her inside with a shattered ankle (where was Billy Sims when I needed him?)
She had a stroke and the Ambulance caught fire on the way to her house (that was not so funny)
I've got hundteds of stories.
|3 weeks 12 hours ago||My only bike was an automatic||
Quirky, wish I still had it.
|3 weeks 12 hours ago||You're right||
but she was just drunk.
|3 weeks 14 hours ago||That looks just like my late mother's||
she once drove it off a dock & crashed into a yacht. (not cause of death)
|3 weeks 23 hours ago||Yes||
I'd rather fund that than even the MGoServers.
|3 weeks 23 hours ago||The only famous person I delivered to||
was Billy Sims. He lived very close to the pizza place I worked at and I delivered to him often.
The funny thing was that somehow my parents garage door opener used the exact same frequency as his, so whenever i was in the neighborhood delivering (which was about every other night) I'd make sure to hit the button to either open or close it.
He was a pretty good tipper so I almost feel bad for being a jerk.
|3 weeks 23 hours ago||+1 Maybe||
it was her?
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Summer Jobs||
A Hunt Club (trash & gofer)
Yes these were primarily summer, no they are not in order.
Bonus Info: One of these businesses was a money laundering front for a Detroit Mob family.
This was a weekly route of driving to the over 2 dozen other semi-legitimate businesses that comprised the laundering part of the busines. It usually took place between 6pm & midnight and would take anywhere from 2-4 hours. It was stressful to say the least and there was really no option to politely decline.
This wasn't "collections" as these busnesses were all owned by the family, but occasionally there was a cousin or 2 that would be in charge of a particular place that thought nobody would notice if they blew all their profit on coke. It was noticed.
I have no idea why I was selected for this job, the friend I worked with lloked like a member of the family, but I stuck out like a sore thumb. I was never really sure if my role was bodyguard, enforcer, smart-looking accountant-kid, or just a sacrificial lamb?
It was probably the latter, and by the time the summer was ending I was getting nervous so I just called & told them that I had to get back to school early & had to quit. Never showed up to get my last $.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||reminds me||
had a guy i know say this, and while I know LT is very important he said:
"If you don't have a good Tackle you have to roll the pocket, if you don't have a good Center, there is no pocket to roll." (or something like this)
Using the Sandwich Scale of Veracity® is this quote:
1. Reuben piled high on dark rye ?
2. PB &J on white ?
3. A shit sandwich ?
From reading comments above it looks sort of like a PB & J that has been left on the floor overnight.
Waiting to hear more from the experts.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||(No subject)||
|3 weeks 2 days ago||I got offered a very cheap travel/ticket||
declined cuz neutral site games blow.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||LG?||
I refuse to use that name & call them what they are.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Do you live in a box?||
He's been a memorable character acter for 42 years, including some of the most iconic & (occasionally blockbuster) films ever.
Check out his Wiki filmography. I'd wager to bet you've seen or at least heard of over half of them.
|3 weeks 3 days ago||Name/Posting history/Psychological profile||
|3 weeks 3 days ago||Just part of the NFD&MA agenda||
|3 weeks 3 days ago||Yeah||
You could just say "let Pepper's back-up handle the punts" . . . that would be Jourdan Lewis.
Kick Return? See above.
Punting . . .? Tice, Robbins (F) if he wins it.
Kicker. . . Nordin? How many in-game kicks did he have last year? David?
Shit we're even losing our best Long Snapper in Sypnieski. (Hello Cheesman!)
Plus just having experienced players on the line & in down-field coverage.
It's actually a terrifying amount of inexperience.
I always say (perhaps innacurately) that a minimum of 1 game each season is absolutely going to be decidied by a very good or a very poor special teams play. Right now I'm penciling in a loss.