LIST OF WWE PERSONNEL?!?
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|1 week 49 min ago||Moarrrrrr goals||
Keep 'em coming
|1 week 56 min ago||Wow||
God that was pretty
|1 week 2 days ago||Michigan v Indiana||
Not sure I'd lump that one in there as a rivalry game.
|1 week 6 days ago||Unabomber||
Does he count? I'm sure he played atleast 1 IM sport
|1 week 6 days ago||Its true||
I knew a couple of non-diverse students who applied and were accepted through consortium
|1 week 6 days ago||Lots to consider||
I graduated from Ross a few years back, and I would say it was one of the single greatest decisions I made in life. (I also applied to Harvard, Kellogg, and Haas: was accepted at Haas, not at the others)
That being said, you need to really make sure you've thought the decision through. I would say full time is 1000% the way to go if you a.) have the means to do so and b.) are looking to switch careers. The beneifts of an MBA are 1.) the network you make while you're there 2.) the opportunities / recruiters that come to campus and 3.) the quality of education you receive, in that order. Part time programs really make it hard to excel at the first one.
You also want to understand what you're thinking about doing after school. Ross is pretty diverse in terms of oppportunities (finance, consulting, marketing, etc.), but other schools are much more focused, both by funciton and by region. Make sure any school you apply to will set you up for success after graduation.
On that point, once you get outside of the top 15-20 schools, it's gets much harder to justify the expense (both money you spend and the lost income for 2 years). If you are going to "check the box", so to speak, and already have your post MBA job lined up, it's less of an issue, but you need to think about what doors will an MBA from school X really open up.
Bottom line is it will be an amazing time, no matter where you go: just make sure you're getting the return you're hoping for.
|2 weeks 22 hours ago||Chop House||
With the MGoWife at Chop House. Huge win on my part
|2 weeks 1 day ago||From who||
And for what. No one says you have to go college to get into the NBA, and it isn't an inalienable right to play as a freshman.
|2 weeks 3 days ago||Great minds think alike||
Posted at the exact same time too.
|2 weeks 3 days ago||In addition to Jerseys||
I would add anyone over 16 who brings a glove to a baseball game. Seriously, there's no need.
|3 weeks 6 hours ago||Lamp Post Inn||
Was it less of a shithole 10 years ago? Hope you know what you signed up for.
|3 weeks 6 hours ago||Taste Kitchen||
Is new, and its spectacular. Mani is also really good. Pacific Rim has been around for awhile, but never disappoints.
|3 weeks 3 days ago||I prefer...||
I prefer the round mound of touchdown, but whatever floats yoru boat.
|3 weeks 5 days ago||At Taste Kitchen in A2||
PHE-Nominal. Highly recommended. Followed it up with some fancy cocktails at Alley Bar.
|7 weeks 6 days ago||PSA||
There is no Mora Jr. He has a different middle name then his dad.
|9 weeks 8 hours ago||Rotel?||
I'm pretty sure Mail Chimp is going to be all over the advertising on this one
|9 weeks 20 hours ago||Obviously||
Gil Brandt is the only trusted source on these matters
|9 weeks 20 hours ago||/s||
Or just a jerk?
|9 weeks 3 days ago||At first I agreed with you...||
But the more I think about it, the more plausible it seems. If you assume it's an 8 year contract, that's $125m a year.
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Preplanned||
People have been talking about this meeting for at least a week, so it's been preplanned, and as others have stated, it's a teleconference.
I would expect nothing definitive to come out of this, except more optimism being relayed from Hackett to the team, and reiterating that they should know who the coach is by Winter term.
|10 weeks 3 days ago||To be fair||
He did use the term marginal benefit. That has to count for something, amirite? Bueller? Bueller?
|16 weeks 6 days ago||Touche||
You win this time, Muttley.
|16 weeks 6 days ago||Punctuation||
No way, he's fired if they win out.
Punctuation: Sometimes it saves lives, sometimes it costs people their jobs.
|19 weeks 2 days ago||Employees||
His employees are the head coaches, not the students. The students are stakeholders and customers, not his employees.
|19 weeks 6 days ago||Gedeon||
I think Ben Gedeon was in on many of the 3rd downs, at least in the 2nd half. I'm sure the UFR will bear this out though
|20 weeks 4 days ago||NSFMF||
You wouldn't attibute something left in the comments section of the NY Times or any other news source to the actual news source, would you? I get that the lines maybe a little more blurred on a blog, but the lines do still exist.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||Proof?||
You think you would no better based on the 150+ other posts in this thread.
C'mon man. And that's to all the other people saying this is true, with no one offering up one shred of truth.
|21 weeks 2 days ago||Not that I don't trust you||
...but could you share the email that was sent to Dave Brandon? Unacceptable response either way, but would be helpful to have the context he was replying to
|21 weeks 3 days ago||Not buy a timeout||
He said use a timeout to "buy" Gardner back into the game. If a players loses his helmet on a play he has to sit out a play, unless the team uses a timeout, causing him to not have to miss a play. This is different than an injury, where if an official timeout is called due to a player being hurt, that injured player has to sit out a play regardless of whether you call a timeout or not.
|21 weeks 4 days ago||Methinks||
Methinks you wouldn't want him to be quiet if he agreed with your opinion. You can't shape the rules so they are stacked in your favor.