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|2 weeks 2 days ago||Title change?||
The title makes it look like the new episode is already posted and this is a link.
|4 weeks 6 days ago||reality check||
It is assembled in Mississippi but all the profits got to Japan. I side with Mike Illitch and support our local Detroit automakers. At least those porfits stay local.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Well put||
You make a lot of good points and I still reach out to my parents for guidance on some things, however, you lose out on the opportunity to have someone that society says is already an adult to do adult things like be held personally accountable for their actions and to have to face learning from their mistakes head on. All situations are different and call for different responses but I have seen a number of people that have had alcohol and drug related incidents and their parents getting involved to try and help their chilldren to not make bigger mistakes only served to cause larger issues in the future because they didnt have to pay full price for their mistakes early on.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Legal Issue||
If this is a legal issue why not involve law enforcement? It seems kind of odd that when a young person is trying to figure out how to be an adult the institution that is supposed to help them figure it out says if you do this we will run and tell your parents.
|8 weeks 2 days ago||what do they look like?||
no link, no picture?
|21 weeks 1 day ago||Neg away||
what he did as a player is among the all-time greats. If you want to hold him accountable for his actions as a manager and say he can never be associated with baseball again that's fine and I agree with it, but what he did as a player? There is no question.
|21 weeks 1 day ago||Pete Rose||
Every baseball commissioner who has kept the all-time hit king out of the hall of fame for something he did as a manager. Players who have cheated while playing the game are in and he is not, that is a travesty.
|23 weeks 5 days ago||lived on the west coast||
having lived on the west coast for a total of four football seasons, I can say definitively that I would not make sure I was awake and in front of my television for a noon eastern kickoff unless Michigan was playing. if they were I was pregaming by seven and if not I might catch the second half of a game that looked interesting.
|37 weeks 2 days ago||Pulp Fiction quote||
I had to log in to up vote because so many people didnt get that it was a pulp fiction quote and that is one of my favorite movies
|39 weeks 15 hours ago||My feelings exactly||
I still remember his long touchdown run in the Rose Bowl like it was yesterday
|40 weeks 4 days ago||how % chance of rain works||
the way the weather forecast works as far as % chance of rain works is as follows: if there is any chance (in this case 80%) the percentage reflects the amount of the forecast area will receive rain therefore if it's 80% chance it means that there is a 100% chance of rain occurring but only 80% chance it will happen where you are...much like it's a 100% chance that Jim harbaugh will coach next year but currently will only coach 80% of Michigan's games
|46 weeks 2 days ago||I am not trying to defend Frank Clark but...||
everything that was said in the article was referenced either from witness statements from people that were of relation to the alleged victim or from a view of he is guilty. I am with the majority as it relates to his standing if he is guilty but before we go any further can we wait for some kind of evidence beyond a local newspaper report before we convict this young man.
|1 year 2 days ago||sarcasm?||
|1 year 1 week ago||rusty nail||
scotch and drambui and planning on getting even further away from football by doing laundry and watching the new episode of boardwalk empire
|1 year 4 weeks ago||The rivalry from SW Michigan||
I really like the idea of this thread and was considering starting one myself but had the same worries as the OP. I grew up in Southwest Michigan on the Indiana border closer to South Bend than any school in Michigan. We had a lot of fans of ND which made the rivalry significant growing up along with the fact that Michigan was at its peak of success in my lifetime and ND wasn't that far removed from their own recent success in 1988. I grew up watching the great battles with Desmond and the Rocket providing great early season fireworks and the ND hype of will Ron Paulus (spelling) and will he be the first three time Hiesman winner. Now having been away from Michigan for what is essentially my entire adult life galvanizing my Michigan loyalty and fandom I think it really sucks that we are going to not have this game anymore. I am about to make the four hour drive from my house in Georgia to my childhood best friends house in South Carolina and we will see the last chapter in this rivalry and have these moments solidifying the fact that ND is the worst neighbor in the history of neighbors and know that our win will be a nice final twist of the knife in their jealousy of why we are better.
|1 year 7 weeks ago||maturity sometimes comes with maturity||
I was 24 years old and had already spent multiple years of my life overseas in defense of our country and still managed to make mistakes that I would probably be burned at the stake for on this board if I played football for Michigan. If it weren't for people that saw potential in me I know I wouldn't be where I am today in life. While his next chance is not going to be at Michigan, I hope this young man the best and hope he learns from his mistakes and can use it for good, much like Billy Taylor was able to rebound.
|1 year 24 weeks ago||embed fail||
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|1 year 29 weeks ago||personally||
having served over there I think it's still funny.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||Coach Jackson recruiting||
If Coach Jackson had his way he would recruit him with the speed of Tyrone Wheatley, the moves of Jamie Morris, and the power of Leroy Hoard...except faster, stronger and with better moves.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||jimbo fisher||
he is probably just mad that they didn't hold out for what fisher can bring now that he has the clout of being a national champion head coach
|1 year 42 weeks ago||+1 to you sir||
I feel the exact same way for the exact same reasons but you said it much better than I think I could have.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||crown||
crown royal maple and orange juice is my new favorite
|2 years 9 weeks ago||my pick for #98||
Devin Funchess. If I understand tight end numbering correctly they can wear numbers in the 90s and he is poised to be a breakout freak.
|2 years 15 weeks ago||Some more ideas||
I have used with success Honey and worcestshire as stated above. To go along with brown sugar I have started adding a little saigon cinnamon. I also have incorporated seasoned salt balance some of the sweet from the honey and a friend of mine incorporates apple juice into his sauce (primarily for chicken).
|2 years 18 weeks ago||Droid App||
You must be using it too
|2 years 18 weeks ago||on the droid app||
missed the /s
|2 years 18 weeks ago||Who cares?||
If rankings mattered we wouldn't give scholorships to long snappers. Thinking that every highly ranked recruit will pan out is crazy and with what we have left on the board at OL it might end up at three star level.
|2 years 18 weeks ago||O-line recruiting||
With how long it takes to develop offensive linemen I think it is imperative to pick up one more even if he is the three star type deapth player. You can more regularly find immediate impact players at skill positions but in the trenches development is almost always necessary.
|2 years 30 weeks ago||(No subject)|
|2 years 34 weeks ago||Get off my lawn agrees||
I was at the end of the transition when the Fab 5 made it popular but it hadnt yet made it mainstream and I agree. Aside from that from an athletic point of view the short shorts are much more functional and user friendly....plus the ladies like it