Red Hot Lovers
- Member for
- 6 years 32 weeks
|5 years 30 weeks ago||Favorite Spot to Eat During Grad School||
I'm not a big hot dog eater, but I would have lunch at Red Hot Lovers at least twice a week. The hot dogs were good, but the cheese fries were awesome.
|5 years 32 weeks ago||Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones||
Anakin: Don't be afraid.
Anakin: What are you talking about?
Anakin: You love me? I thought we had decided not to fall in love. That we'd be forced to love a lie and that it would destroy our lives.
I'm a big Star Wars fan, but man did Lucas need a screenwriter for the prequels.
|5 years 33 weeks ago||Rackers||
If the Cards would have lost, Neil Rackers would be looking for a job tomorrow.
|6 years 1 week ago||I believe the correct term is Cablinasian||
|6 years 2 weeks ago||Maybe Steroids are Safe||
I thought the following HBO Real Sports story from a few years ago was very interesting. It suggests that steroids are safe for adults.
|6 years 2 weeks ago||"I'm All In"||
Love his comment at 0:18.
|6 years 2 weeks ago||Douchebag||
|6 years 2 weeks ago||Make Sure to Stock Up On Upscale Porn Magazines|
|6 years 3 weeks ago||West Point #1||
Sorry, had to give a shout out to my alma mater.
Whatever the criteria, Michigan should be in the Top 50 (at the very least).
|6 years 4 weeks ago||He's a citizen of both the U.S. and Serbia.||
As mentioned previously, Cavic was born in California, went to high school there, and attended/swam for UC Berkeley.
I believe part of the reason he swims for Serbia, other than heritage, is the lack of competition to make their national team. For the last 8 years, the U.S. has had Phelps and Ian Crocker swimming the 100M butterfly, which is what Cavic swims. (Cavic also swims the 50M butterfly, but that is not an Olympic distance). Phelps is obviously awesome, but Crocker is no slouch. He silvered in the 100M fly in Athens, and has won world championships and held the WR for the event several times.
What makes Phelps' victory even better is that he wore the "old" Speedo suit, which is slower than Cavic's.
|6 years 5 weeks ago||Didn't he have several DB offers from power southern schools?||
I thought one or more of Florida/FSU/Miami/Georgia/etc. had interest in him as a DB.
I'm not overly disappointed in his transfer assuming he goes somewhere to be a QB or receiver. However, it would be a downer if he ends up at a major school as a DB, given the thinness of our secondary.
Seems like a good kid, so best of luck regardless.
|6 years 6 weeks ago||But how serious of a shot?||
I'm sure we'll merit consideration, which given a 3-9 season is noteworthy. I have a feeling though, that we won't be in his top 2-3 for "serious" consideration. I'm guessing USC and tUOS at this point, which is admittedly extremely premature.
Hopefully the offense shows life this season and displays whatever OL characteristics (blocking schemes, required athleticism, etc.) that might excite Henderson.
|6 years 11 weeks ago||Could just be the verbal/math score||
With the three part test, isn't the essay score sometimes left out to put the score in context of what most people (i.e. those who took the older two part test) understand?
If so, his score is quite good. The Harvard offer suggests this is true.
|6 years 11 weeks ago||You're Correct||
Just listened to the WTKA Recruiting Roundup (Part II) podcast on wtka.com. Webb stated he heard that Toussaint is "OK" academically but needed to verify.
|6 years 16 weeks ago||Streaming Sports Website||
The following site is pretty good:
|6 years 17 weeks ago||Keep in mind that qualitative factors count too||
RR is definitely looking for players with the right mindset and work ethic to excel in his system. I remember reading somewhere that the worst thing you can call a player in RR's system is lazy or soft. A player might not be highly ranked or be an eye-popping physical specimen, but if he "loves football" and demonstrates to the coaches the ability to maximize his talent, RR will accept the verbal commitment.
I think it's important to remember that RR is trying to change the attitude of the program as well as the system.
|6 years 32 weeks ago||Time to Musk Up||
Wow. It never ceases to amaze me. What cologne you gonna go with? London Gentleman, or... wait. No, no, no. Hold on. Blackbeard's Delight.
No, she gets a special cologne. It's called Sex Panther
It's quite pungent.
It's a formidable scent. It stings the nostrils. In a good way.
I'll be honest with you. That smells like pure gasoline.
They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time it works every time.
That doesn't make sense.
Well...let's go see if we can make this little kitty purr.