"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
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|1 year 25 weeks ago||Being only 22 doesn't give me many options, but...||
He was always a hard worker, set lots of picks and did the dirty work. I remember when he set a pick against a Wisconsin PG and he might have knocked him out?
Another favorite was Michael Griffin. Didn't score many points, but he was a scary good defender for his size and picked up quite a few rebounds for Michigan in the late 80s.
Also, for good measure Amadou Ba
|1 year 26 weeks ago||Simple fix||
If you are worried and really want to save on gas money just take off the license plate cover(s) and cover the sticker with some gray duct tape. It'll take you 5 minutes and no one will ever be curious about the duct tape unless the sticker you have is the size of your rear windshield.
|1 year 26 weeks ago||I wouldn't worry||
If you are parking near the convention center it is a very safe area filled with young professionals. The convention center is located on the edge of the arena district and the short north, both of which are very nice areas that have little to no vandalism. My parents have parked their car, which has a personalised UM license plate on it, numerous times and have never had a problem You can buy a parking pass near the convention center in one of the arena district parking garages. Use this link:
It may seem expensive, but it is safe.
I will say that if you happen to park on/near campus and it would stay there over night when students are drinking that anything could happen. Also, what type of UM stuff? A sticker on the back windshield? adecorative license plate cover? a flag in your back window?