"The face of the operation is Briatore (referred to exclusively in the film by his colleagues and angry, chanting detractors as "Flavio"), an anthropomorphic radish who spends most of his time at QPR plotting to fire all of the managers."
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|2 weeks 3 days ago||IvyLeague?||
More like AmateurLeague. OP - you need to go back to school and major in MgoBlog posting and then try again.
|2 weeks 5 days ago||Wow||
You have confused our dear leader with merely a mortal. TO THE FIRE YOU GO
|3 weeks 4 days ago||this video was out||
before the Rich Rod hire. You're late to the party OP, and all you brought was room temperature meatloaf.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||umm||
|6 weeks 5 days ago||dump post is dumb||
no one want's to watch a team when they're awful. See 90s Tigers, recent Pistons, and 2014 Michigan football.
|9 weeks 4 days ago||Trust me man, you do NOT want||
Trust me man, you do NOT want to work for a company that pulls that kinda stuff right off the bat. Consider yourself lucky. If that's how they treat potential new hires, think of what they treat existing employees who they're not trying to impress. Again, it is a GOOD thing you are not working there.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||Dude you committed a cardinal||
Dude you committed a cardinal sin of mgoblog. Quit throwin a pity party and take your lashings like a man.
|11 weeks 3 days ago||hold my beer||
i'm gonna answer this.
While I am by no means an astrophysicist, I did use a telescope once. The overall theory of your question isn't dumb, although your application of it could be refined. The challenge you have posed is a matter of energy generation and element friction.
To simplify your question, let's say your question is the following: "If I have a rocket in space, can't I just keep accelerating it till we hit light speed?" . Two problems with that:
1) Where do you draw the energy from? Purely on paper, and only using inputs of energy source input and ouput, sure you could get it going pretty fast. But what about the actual mechanics of the engine? How could we prevent it from overheating and falling apart?
2) Friction. Even in space, there are minute particles that when traveling fast enough will encounter friction. The mass of an object traveling the speed of light would most likely encounter enough friction to have it disintgrated along with everything in side of it.
|21 weeks 4 days ago||I hate these posts||
I hate these posts
|23 weeks 4 days ago||HARBAUGH||
|23 weeks 6 days ago||I probably||
should have explianed my thougths a little bit more on the demoralization question.
2012 Alabama Game - what made this game so demoralizing was that it was the first game of the year, and it completely ruined the 2012 season for me. After that game nothing seemed to have mattered anymore as Alabama made it very apparent how far behind Michigan was. I agree there's been more pathetic games, but there was something about that game that just wiped out a whole season for me.
OSU Championship - With everything that has happened to Michigan the past decade, I felt like the one thing that would redeem us would be if we were to win a championship before OSU. Now that OSU has won one, I feel like they just cashed in for the past 10 years, and there's no way for Michigan to regain their losses.
|27 weeks 1 day ago||Nice find||
Thanks for sharing. I'm still looking for the Real Sports feature when they interviewed the family before the Super Bowl & they were in PA. Hopefully someone can find it!
|34 weeks 3 hours ago||sweet baby jesus||
When I first started reading this post I was merely a young man still in the beginning stages of life. By the middle of this great wall of text I was transported to a wormhole where footballs and Michigan posters swooshed past me as I was slowly pulled into an alternative dimension. I've somehow made it back yet I am now an old man. The hair on my head is grey, all my family and friends have passed on to the stars above, and I am no longer the spritely young man I once was. I don't know if I should laugh or cry at this point, but regardless, you my friend shall have my upvote.
|38 weeks 2 days ago||this offense||
is like a fart you cut at the office and you think you're in the clear but right when you think you're good your managing director comes up to your desk and makes eye contact with you and you both know how bad it is and you feel really bad about it but you still need to carry on with business.
|43 weeks 2 days ago||Are we sure||
that e-mail from Dave is real? I thought it was fake as he changed his e-mail address.
|44 weeks 5 days ago||At least RR||
Had an improving record every year.
|44 weeks 5 days ago||I like to think||
I've saved all my MGoBlog karma from the past 5 years for this post. I will not go gently into this good night
|45 weeks 2 days ago||I think it depends||
on what hotel you're staying at. Will you be downtown?
|48 weeks 4 days ago||Damnit Brian||
You're really making it hard for me to enter this season with low expectations. I want to believe that the D is elite, but I just feel like the O-Line is still "that bad", which in turn is making the D look better during the practices.
|49 weeks 4 days ago||I get what you're saying||
but I just don't see JT being anything close to what BM was, or will be, to be honest. That's just my e-pinion though. We'll find out if you're right though, once the season starts!
|49 weeks 4 days ago||Yeahhh||
I'm gonna have to disagree with you that being able to do the reads compensates for Braxton's playmaking abilities. How many drives did Braxton save by being able to buy time with his legs? I don't think there was anyone better than BM in NCAA at that. Again, I don't think JT is going to be awful or anything. I just don't think the offense will be nearly the threat it was under BM.
|49 weeks 4 days ago||He's certainly not terrible||
But no way is that kid anywhere near as agile and explosive as Braxton. BM was easily a once in a generation talent (exhibit A below, his freshman year highlights). I don't think OSU is going to be awful this year at all, but I wouldn't be surprised if they lost 3 or even 4 games.
|49 weeks 6 days ago||Not trying to rain on anyone's parade||
but I'd put money on the OL being terrible, and the DL being competent, versus an average OL and a tremendous DL.
|50 weeks 1 day ago||This.||
you did a better job explaining than I did.
|50 weeks 1 day ago||Would not be surprised||
if true. I guess I'm speaking more from anecdotal memories of Denard (and Devin too) from the past couple years. I just feel like a pro-style offense is in a better position if the QB goes down versus the starting QB in a spread offense. Again, this is just my intuition and not backed by any data or anything.
|50 weeks 1 day ago||This is exactly why||
I'm more comfortable with a pro-style offense. I agree with Brian that the spread w/ mobile QB is the best schemetic offense, however the risk of injury to the QB is just too high in my opinion. It just seems that running a QB 15-20 times a game is just not sustainable over 3-4 years. With all that being said, fuck Ohio.
|50 weeks 5 days ago||Not trying to be negative nancy||
but last year during fall camp the defense was getting rave reviews. We later came to find out it was because the offensive line was so inept. I'm not necessarily saying that it's true for this year, but I'm not believing any hype until they play against another team.
|51 weeks 2 days ago||Doug Karsch||
I like the guy a lot and what he has to say, but his voice is grating to my ears. Count me as someone who's happy he's not the play-by-play guy.
|1 year 3 days ago||touche||
|1 year 3 days ago||31 nights, 32 days if you||
31 nights, 32 days if you include today. Why you gotta buzzkill it, anyway?