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|1 day 22 hours ago||We marsupials like to stick||
We marsupials like to stick together.
|2 days 3 hours ago||First name: JoeyLast||
First name: Joey
Last Initial: B
City: Royal Oak
High School: Saline
Job: Software Engineer
EDIT: Also, if I ever get a chance, I want to get a pet wallaby and name him Rocko. I also want to get a pet penguin. I don't have name picked out for the penguin yet. However, I do know that they will be best friends.
|3 days 2 hours ago||I would think that Iowa would||
I would think that Iowa would be #1 in the B1G. You don't even have to win and you're still guaranteed your job along with a top salary.
|4 days 6 hours ago||To make that work, you have||
To make that work, you have Speight come in at garbage time and then burn Morris' redshirt if Ruddock were to actually get injured. Basically, if Ruddock is healthy for the full season, then Speight gets some experience and Morris gets a redshirt. If Ruddock gets injured, then the better of Morris/Speight gets the start. and presumably becomes the leader for the spot next year.
|5 days 5 hours ago||It's kind of cool to see that||
It's kind of cool to see that a former teacher of mine is supervising him. He got lucky in getting her as she was a great teacher.
|1 week 1 day ago||This board is an echo||
This board is an echo chamber. I still can't figure out why people are so upset with him. They act as if he had personally promised them a 2000-yard season and they lost a bet because of it.
|1 week 2 days ago||I read the article last night||
I read the article last night and found it to be lacking in point. It almost read is if she was just saying "FYI, my family made this much and there's this thing called cost of living" but she never really tied it back to make the point that the cost of living ratio was probably relatively similar to other people. I think that's where she got into issues. Had she made that comparison and then compared the same salary and cost of living to those in, say, West Virginia or some poorer country, she might have landed the point home for some people.
As someone else pointed out, her family can sell their house and the equity could probably outright buy another house in a cheaper area of the country. This is actually a strategy that some people use to get to early retirement. Live on the coasts, earn triple the salary, spend triple on costs, sell house and have triple the equity when you move somewhere else. However, the same strategy is used by people who earn more money in the US and then sell everything and travel to low cost of living countries off that savings for years at a time.
tl;dr: I can't disagree with the assertions the author was making and I can't say that everyone criticizing her is wrong because they are both right in their points. She's talking cost of living ratio and everyone else is just comparing account balances. They're just different things.
|1 week 4 days ago||I was looking at their roster||
I was looking at their roster on Saturday night and they only have 6 seniors. Next year will be a huge step forward for them, even beyond whatever they end up with this year.
|1 week 5 days ago||Get this shit off the board.||
Get this shit off the board.
|1 week 5 days ago||Those cuts near the crease||
Those cuts near the crease are a designed play by Detroit and they apparently ran it a lot last week against OSU. For those who didn't see it, a player runs down the right side and passes it to the X. The X then cuts around the other side of the net, causing his defender and goalie to slide. At the same time, the original player is cutting toward the goal. When everyone slides, he passes it back to the original guy for a quick dump into the net. Detroit scored 2-3 times on that in the first half, but they only scored once in the second half.
For those who weren't there, Michigan got up 4-0 in less than 6 minutes. There was some back and forth scoring until about 1:30 left in the half when Detroit scored with a flag down to make it 8-5 and cause the EMO. Detroit then clamped Michigan's stick on the faceoff, which was their third penalty FO penalty in the half, causing the delay call. Michigan basically ran the clock out after that and took over in the second half. I don't think it was as lopsided as it appears in the second half, though. I think it was just a steady stream of back and forth action and the better athletes prevailed.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||He didn't say it isn't||
He didn't say it isn't possible, he said it has a 0% chance of happening. Even if Weber were to sue OSU/NCAA, the NCAA would just allow him to go to a different school without sitting out a year. He would then redshirt because he's a freshman.
|3 weeks 4 days ago||Don't forget about the||
Don't forget about the inevitable guy that will say "she's not that hot"
|3 weeks 4 days ago||That would be Charmander||
That would be Charmander
|3 weeks 5 days ago||I was screaming at the TV||
I was screaming at the TV last night for them to take the TO, but I just thought of something. If you take the TO, you essentially give them 3 more running plays, which everyone agrees is Seattle's strength. By letting the clock run, Seattle could get at most 2 more running plays and doing so might cause them to accidentally run the clock out. Then, they come out in Cover 0 and dared them to pass. I think running into a box with 8 guys in it with 24 seconds left is about as likely to get you criticized when it doesn't work as calling a high-percentage pass against man coverage that ends up getting picked because of the perfect play by the safety.
Again, I'd have called the TO, but I just don't think it's as black and white as everyone else is making it out to be and maybe forcing Seattle to do something stupid was Belichick's plan the whole time.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||This died for me when wet||
This died for me when wet leather and a 25 degree difference were shown to be enough to account for the 2psi difference. Regardless of what you think they might or might not have done, there is no way that the NFL can prove that they did it on purpose and there is a significant amount of doubt whether they even needed to. Nothing is going to come out of this and it's silly to keep talking about it at this point.
|4 weeks 4 days ago||Assuming a normal||
Assuming a normal distribution...
|5 weeks 3 hours ago||"Based on the assumption that||
"Based on the assumption that fumbles per play follow a normal distribution..."
Maybe it doesn't follow a normal distribution. Even if it did, there is still an assumption that they started deflating balls in 2007. We've already heard that other quarterbacks do this, so why don't those teams outside of the normal distribution? I read this the other day and decided not to post it because of all of the assumptions and implications they are making.
|5 weeks 22 hours ago||I haven't talked to a single||
I haven't talked to a single person who, when the topic is brought up, didn't roll their eyes so hard that I thought they might get stuck. The only people who care about this are the ones who need something to talk about until the Superbowl.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||"Because it wouldn't account||
"Because it wouldn't account for a 2 psi difference "
Someone in another thread did the math and they would just need to fill the balls with 85-degree air to account for the drop.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||Houma is a senior this year.||
Houma is a senior this year. An extra year of development under Harbaugh isn't going to help him see the field in 2016. Let him finish his degree and allow ourselves an extra recruit next year.
Da'Mario Jones is a junior. He's currently tied for 3rd string with a sophomore behind a senior and a sophomore all of whom were higher-rated recuits. If he redshirts, he's not likely to see the field over the next two years. Let him finish his degree and allow ourselves an extra recruit in 2017.
Mone is good enough to be on the field going forward. If he gets injured early in one of his seasons, he can redshirt.
Jenkins-Stone is good enough to see the field this year. Having 4 seniors as potential starters at LB is going to be ridiculous this year.
Dymonte Thomas will see the field this year as a second string or he will be behind Wilson, Peppers, Clark, and Hill. Even with Wilson leaving after this season, if Thomas ends up falling behind all of those guys, he's not going to see the field going forward other than special teams or as a sub.
What this basically comes down to is that you don't extend eligibility for guys unless you think there is a chance that they become starters. If there is a good chance that they become a starter, then you're going to get them playing time.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||This whole thing is so||
This whole thing is so ridiculous that I'm afraid that my eyes might get stuck in a permanent rolled position. However, your comparisons are just about as ridiculous as "deflategate".
There are two types of rules. The ones that basically say
"This action is illegal and here is the penalty for doing so."
"This is necessary for the game to be played properly."
The penalties that you described have designated penalties within the game. The one we're dealing with has no penalty within the game. Cheating, to me, means breaking a rule, de jure or de facto, that is outside the scope of the game itself in order to gain an advantage in the game.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||Dwayne||
|5 weeks 2 days ago||It won't happen. If they are||
It won't happen. If they are talented, they will see the field. If they aren't talented enough to see the field, then you let them finish their degrees without extending their eligibility. Redshirting these guys means fewer recruits going forward.
|5 weeks 2 days ago||"No link, no background info,||
"No link, no background info, no sentences with less than 5 grammatical/wording errors.. it's a mess."
Such as using "less" instead of "fewer"?
|5 weeks 3 days ago||e-Penis enlargement. It's in||
e-Penis enlargement. It's in the same drug family as posting "First"
|5 weeks 4 days ago||https://www.youtube.com/watch||
I'd just like to point out that this video starts with 11 seconds on the playclock. The line is already set, although, you can't tell if the receivers are. They don't snap the ball until 5 seconds left on the playclock. That's 6 seconds for the defense to read the alignment. That doesn't include the time that they had while NE was in the huddle or getting to the LOS. Just guessing here, but I'd say they probably had 15-20 seconds after the announcement to make adjustments and probably 10 seconds after the huddle broke to read the alignment. The way that they complained about it, you'd think it all happened within the course of 5 seconds.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||I'm sure he does, but I don't||
I'm sure he does, but I don't think he'd need to. If the TEs and STs had regressed, then sure. But, considering how bad they've been for the last 4 years, I'd say they get a pass the first year.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||You just described about 95%||
You just described about 95% of the comments on this board.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||Haste to disgrace the||
Haste to disgrace the traitor, do not wait 'til later.
|6 weeks 1 day ago||Do we think that he actually||
Do we think that he actually runs his twitter account? I guess I just assumed he's too busy to do stuff like that.