Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
- Member for
- 4 years 28 weeks
- View recent blog entries
|20 hours 49 min ago||Howard||
Why? Just dump it into the corner.
|21 hours 36 sec ago||He has made some poor trades as well...||
Time will tell on the Fister trade, but right now it looks bad. I also question the renteria trade a few years back and a couple others.
|21 hours 24 min ago||Dombro||
I am definitely not advocating firing Dave D. That said, I feel like he has made some questionable moves over the past five years or so and gets way too much credit for the tigers' success (vs ownership being willing to outspend everyone in the division)
|2 days 4 hours ago||2003-2011||
Tommy: A lot of people go to college for 8 years
|2 weeks 1 day ago||NBA||
Exactly, CBB is quickly turning into the NBA which I don't watch.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Ray||
How much weight did he gain?
|3 weeks 19 hours ago||Izzo||
Needs to listen to Alonzo Mourning in that healthcare commercial that is playing on repeat: injuries are part of the game. Deal.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Ware||
Ware in my mind goes into the same category as Tebow and Craft. Seems like an alright kid that you feel bad for bc of the injury, but then the media creates this nauseating storyline and shoves it down our throats for 3 weeks. I remember the day before the final last year hearing Jon Saunders propose that Kevin Ware should be the tourney MVP.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Exactly||
A no call there would have been much better for us. Not complaining though.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Racist||
According to Jon Chait calling Morgan an engineer is racist bc if he were white Beilein wouldn't have to mention it.
|4 weeks 13 hours ago||Please||
More talk. J mo will respond.
|4 weeks 19 hours ago||Unreal||
The ref was 1 foot away
|4 weeks 19 hours ago||Refs||
Have completely boned WSU. Completely taken away their ability to play D and the consistency has not been there on the other end.
|4 weeks 19 hours ago||UL vs UK||
Now I see why UK is getting these calls -CBS already hyping up that matchup
|4 weeks 21 hours ago||Not sure||
I've watched both UL games and I haven't been impressed. I actually think they are appropriately seeded. I don't like them beating either of these teams.
|4 weeks 1 day ago||Good for OSU||
Honestly that gives them another spot that isn't him
|4 weeks 3 days ago||Whitie||
I hope all you white people feel guilty now for being white. That was the point right?
|4 weeks 4 days ago||I'm sure this has been said,||
But the tourney is a different animal than predicting an election. Not sure why he has so much cred in this area.
|5 weeks 15 hours ago||Game time||
Do we know what time the game is Thursday?
|5 weeks 1 day ago||GR3||
Huge miss there. Great look though.
|5 weeks 4 days ago||Ha||
Actually the first thing I thought of when I read his post was this really annoying militant feminist that lived in my dorm frosh year.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||My beef||
Is that there are multiple world religions that stiffle progress, freedom and general human rights. You clearly have a political problem with Christians b/c of the influence they have in the US (IMO from where you are sitting it is not unwarranted). My point is that in the broader context, there are people in the world (many times women b/c of the way things are) that could be contributing scientifically that cannot, b/c of the religious laws that bind them. It's unfortunatey that you don't have a problem with these people as well.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Newton?||
You can argue how religious Newton was or wasn't, but the universities that supported him were most definitely religious at that time. Many of his theories started while on scholarship at Trinity College. A lot of what SC said was wrong, but to ignore the fact that religious institutions funded and supported some of the most important scientific progress is short sighted.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Hmm||
"The only people attacking are Christians"
You also used the word "are", which definitely doesn't imply pre-modern age. I'm not saying the Christian Church's past or present is steller, but they are not the only group (religous or otherwise) that is inhibiting free thought. For you to not recognize that, especially as an educator, is doing a disservice to the cause you claim to serve.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||I get his point||
I think you're misunderstanding his point. You said:
"who funded Newton, for example? Or Einstein? Usually Universities who were willing to hire them. Not religious institutions so much."
Back in the time of Newton, universities usually were religious institutions. Still not sure you can put a number on it like 51% was from religious affilitation, but his point does have some merrit.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Not weighing in one way or another||
...but that is a very dangerous statement to say b/c 97% of studies or people agree that there is no debate, or that it is a fact b/c of popular opinion. This in the thread that is about a show that discussed the plight of Giordano Bruno...
Also, the poster above brought up the actual quantitative effect of said warming, which there is no major consensus on.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Are you serious?||
You need to take a lap around the religious hallway and critically look at how other major religions treat science and progress.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||*||
*Most Academic Science
To assert that the public sector is as productive scientifically as the private sector is a huge assumption. Not all scientific development can be measured in publications and impact factor.
|5 weeks 6 days ago||Beilein||
My major criticism of the way he coached the Championship game last year was that he didn't blow a gasket and let Ricky P walk all over the refs.
|6 weeks 22 hours ago||Good Man||
Mgoblog's finest will look at the advanced stats and measure his life in terms of wins and losses or dollars and cents. The reality is just b/c something doesn't show up on a stat sheet doesn't mean it isn't important. WCF treated people the right way, and that matters. As other posters have said his lagecy might be tainted b/c of the lack of Lion's success, but he should be remembered as a true gentlemen and a man that treated people well regardless of what they could do for him.