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|8 weeks 5 days ago||Dusty||
Sure got dusty in this office all of a sudden.
|9 weeks 2 days ago||Cloudflare||
I don't believe their running on their own servers in a DC somwehre. They utilize cloudflare and an online hosting providers last I remember
|18 weeks 3 days ago||Nope||
Nope, it's about jackass head coach who has a team that isn't very good, and then becomes very good once he convinces the best player to finally play for the team. That's the core story of the movie, and is why it sucks.
Everything else is just fluff.
|18 weeks 3 days ago||Hoosiers||
Hoosiers is one of the worst sports movie ever.
The takeaway from Hoosiers: You can be a terrible coach with a shit attitude, but if you finally get the best player in the state to come out and play for your team, than your team wins.
|22 weeks 3 hours ago||Little misleading.||
This is a bit misleading.
Vegas doesn't predict the outcome of games at all. They're predicting betting patterns on the game... there is a huge difference there. (And while their spread can nail the actual outcome of the game at times, they're also nowhere close at all many other times.)
A -16 spread doesn't mean they think that PSU is equally as dangerous to Michigan as Colorado. It just means they think that the public is going to view PSU as a little bit better of a bet against Michigan than Colorado was. It's all about getting bets as even as possible for both teams. That's the nice safe spot that vegas is always targeting.
So, I wouldn't really use betting lines as evidence as to how good/bad a team really is.
|22 weeks 6 days ago||T-Mobile||
T-Mobile unlimited data plan for me, aww yeahh.
Of course, if I travel I hate my life. But outside of that, it's outstanding.
|23 weeks 55 min ago||Yes||
" Does an official have to declare something in order for it to be?"
Yes, the official has to declare the game over for it to be over.
The game SHOULD have been declared over, but it wasn't. So the game was not over.
|23 weeks 5 days ago||I don't||
I don't really disagree with anything she said. We all have very high expectations for the team, but until we play a good team we don't really know just how good we are.
But hey, someone in the media wasn't overly optimistic and positive about Michigan, so they're idiots who don't know what they're talking about.
|25 weeks 5 days ago||I doubt it||
I doubt it, pretty much every strength and conditioning coach preaches naps like crazy. Get in your work and get in your rest whenever you can.
|26 weeks 4 days ago||Evidence||
I'm gonna go with the Evidence rather than Lochte or the Brazilian police force.
The evidence that has come out today is pretty damning for Lochte's story. Legitmently all the evidence from security cameras, interviews and timing that has come out has done nothing but gone against the Lochte's original story.
Now, I don't get why they would lie... legit that's the one part that I haven't been able to make any sense out of. But it sure as hell seems pretty clear that they've lied.
But I'm sure it's possible that he was robbed, they let him keep his 2K shoes and expensive watch, and that he picked up a new wallet from the time he was robbed and went back to the Olympic Village (which was 3 hours later than he claimed), and that everyone in the group got over the trama of the robbery in that time too.
|27 weeks 3 days ago||Startup||
Startup Company + Kickstarter + 2 Brothers from Alabama == Failure
I'll save my cash on this one.
|28 weeks 5 days ago||I get||
I don't disagree that it's ridiculous, but just because it's ridiculous doesn't mean it's wrong.
The NCAA can't just make up rules to punish a school because the school (possibly) found a ridiculous loophole.
|28 weeks 5 days ago||Unfortuantely||
Unfortuantely, the fact that non-athlete students also benefited is actually releveant.
Now, I don't know all the rules inside and out, and I don't doubt that NC probably is still going to be guilty of an infraction that the NCAA can act on. But if non-athlete students were also allowed to take and benefit from these BS classes, then it's not showing favoritisim towards athletes or giving athletes an advantage that other students at the school don't have. That's actually a really big deal when it comes to the NCAA.
I also think that giving NC the death penalty doesn't show anything about how the NCAA is truly kids first... in fact you're really screwing over most of the kids that are there. You'll also never see the NCAA hand out the death penalty ever again.
|28 weeks 6 days ago||Never had||
Never been somewhere that's offered Endless apps where I didn't spend an endless amount of time shitting them out after.
|29 weeks 1 hour ago||Grain of salt||
Harris camp is extremely quiet and this guy doesn't have some special info.
He also seems to be pretty new, and his right predictions so far were both last second.
I'd take it with a grain of salt.
|29 weeks 4 days ago||only know it||
I legit only know the show as All Takes Matter, heh.
|30 weeks 6 days ago||Not two decades||
If I was making a list over the last two decades, no MSU wouldn't be anywhere close to being on it.
If I was making a list over the last decade, MSU still wouldn't be on the list, but wouldn't be super far off from being on it.
If I was making a list over the last 5-6 years MSU would be on my list in the #4/#5 spot.
I don't care about the semantics argument behind great or very good though. To me, MSU is currently a great team and a great program, outside of poor recruiting (which isn't anything new) I don't see any glaring or obvious reasons as to why they will not be great going forward.
That recruiting will bite them in the ass for a season or two here and there though.
|38 weeks 4 days ago||Huh?||
What idiot is wishing we had Marty Mornhinweg again? Dude went 5-27!!
I get that Caldwell isn't a guy a ton of people love, but he has the best winning percentage of any Lions coach since the 1930s (Not counting Moeller's 1/2 season)
|40 weeks 5 days ago||Also, no one passes better than LeBron.||
"Also, no one passes better than LeBron."
LeBron is a great passer, and I'm not taking that way from him... but you're making a claim that is just flat out not true.
I'm not saying Curry is better, i'd actually make the argument that they're pretty much equals when it comes to passing (and stats pretty much agree with that too.)
|42 weeks 5 days ago||You're all good||
You're all good mate, like I said.. I'm pretty stupid. :D
|42 weeks 5 days ago||I don't||
I don't get it... There are no lineman in Hockey, and linesman are refs not players. BUT I'm also an idiot so I'm proboably just missing something.
|43 weeks 5 days ago||Weight Classes||
I think the better option isn't really to change all the weight classes (though I don't have an issue with that) but simply weigh the fighters in a few hours before their actual fight. Removes the drastic weight cuts before the fight, and you'll have more and more fighters fighting at their actual weight, rather than cutting down for an advantage.
I've never really heard a solid reason why that can't be done.
As for the tapping issue, it's on the ref to protect the fighter period. Sure, a guy can tap out from head blows, but you hardly ever see it because they've been trained and told over and over not to do that. Not saying some of the blame doesn't go to the figher for not just giving in, but I put a lot more blame on the ref for not stopping the fight when he should have.
|43 weeks 5 days ago||Good Point||
Also a very good point. Those bans did make some sense too, early UFC was BRUTAL. (And I'm a horrible horrible person and loved the hell out of it.)
|43 weeks 5 days ago||They're just different||
"How the UFC doesn't come under as much or more scrutiny as the NFL is kind of silly to me. I know these are grown men and they make their own decisions but I for one would be glad to see McGregor go out while he still has all his faculties."
They're just different beasts altogether. There aren't anywhere close to as many kids/teens fighting in MMA as there are playing football, MMA isn't in the same realm of popularity as the NFL and the long term health impacts of fighting in MMA still aren't really known, though one can speculate.
|43 weeks 5 days ago||Training Injuries||
Training Injuries are the biggest issue that Dana White is facing. Over the past 3-4 years that seem to have gone up dramatically, so many great fight cards have become horrible as fight after fight has to be postponed due to injury while training.
I don't think he minds as much about superstars losing, as one thing they do very well is hype up fighters to take the previous superstars spot.
|48 weeks 5 days ago||What?||
McDonalds discontinued the McJordan?
... way to ruin my year.
|51 weeks 2 days ago||Me too||
I honestly was a little surprised too. It's a little below average, but still above the "red zone" (according to McShay)
|1 year 1 day ago||I'll put some money down||
I'll put some money down the attendance will be well well over 3,000.
I get how the timing can be disappointing and frustrating for some people, but I don't think it's all that big of a deal, it's just the spring game.
|1 year 1 week ago||Oh god||
The mental image is now stuck in my head... why did you do this to me?
|1 year 1 week ago||+1||
At first I thought it was ridiculous that he was apologizing and such. Once I read it and realized he was apologizing because he didn't notify ESPN, it made a lot more sense. (And is something he probably should apologize for, I was pretty surprised he didn't talk to them about it.)