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|2 hours 20 min ago||You missed his point. It||
You missed his point. It wasn't as clearly stated as it could have been, but I understood him to be saying he's had plenty of disagreemets and back-and-forths with people that disagreed with him on political issues and people who really disliked him from rival fan bases, but never has the discourse come anywhere near as foul as what has been aimed at his daughter.
|1 day 17 hours ago||Stop it with actual facts||
Stop it with actual facts when they don't fit the narrative. We all know Wellman was an idiot. Someone on the internet said he didn't know the difference between training a Guard and a CB, so it must be true.
|2 days 2 hours ago||I find the cut of that coat||
I find the cut of that coat too revealing for my taste.
|2 days 2 hours ago||Elbows too pointy.||
Elbows too pointy.
|2 days 10 hours ago||"I think the analogy is||
"I think the analogy is flawed because Bo’s Michigan wasn’t a flashy ‘69 Camaro muscle car. "
So, a Chevelle?
|3 days 4 hours ago||Or pokes an eye out||
Or pokes an eye out
|3 days 15 hours ago||Born and raised in Flint. Ran||
Born and raised in Flint. Ran track and cross country in high school.
Proud graduate of UM-Flint
I'm the son and father of MSU graduates (plus two other children who attend(ed) college here in Oklahoma where I currently live).
Met my lovely bride in grad school at Purdue. I proposed to her during an alcohol fueled argument just to get her to shut up. It worked. We've been married nearly 30 years.
|3 days 16 hours ago||Sounds like LSU got screwed||
Sounds like LSU got screwed in this deal.
|4 days 5 hours ago||My dad went by dick.||
That's why I'm here.
|4 days 10 hours ago||My worst in the past several||
My worst in the past several years was probably at Nebraska. The Nebraska fans were mostly very polite and decent, on two occasions Nebraska fans even went out of their way to thank me for coming. The stadium, though left a lot to be desired (they have since added some new seating that is quite nice). I was up in the corner, row 90 something, and the only way in or out was to walk up or down approx 70 rows of bleachers. After Denard's injury, the game absolutely sucked.
|4 days 11 hours ago||Blake was a great recruiter||
Blake was a great recruiter (I wouldn't at all be surprised if he was cheating back then too) but a very poor HC. He set Stoops up nicely to succeed.
|5 days 6 hours ago||Damn, I need to check this||
Damn, I need to check this out. I should be able to bench a car!
|5 days 13 hours ago||"Watch how big Urban's head||
"Watch how big Urban's head gets when I flex my muscle!"
|6 days 13 hours ago||Notre Dame is little||
Notre Dame is little brother.
|1 week 1 day ago||Yes, by the time the NCAA||
Yes, by the time the NCAA expanded to 64 teams, the NIT became irrelevant in the eyes of most fans.
|1 week 1 day ago||I had no idea of the outcome||
I had no idea of the outcome before watching the game (I really wasn't that in to hockey), but do remember watching the telecast and how proud it made me feel for the team. I especially enjoyed that one of the players, Ken Morrow, the big defenseman who looked pretty bad ass with his beard, was from Davison Michigan.
|1 week 1 day ago||Yes, let's kill it by||
Yes, let's kill it by constantly linking to, posting, and discussing their video / marketing whatever. I'm sure that will cause them to stop.
|1 week 1 day ago||I know a lot more about human||
I know a lot more about human languages than computers, but as I understand them, computer languages are based on binary code, which means that if you can create a flow chart for anything with an A/B, 0/1, yes/no choice or the like, a computer program can be written that can allow much faster, more accurate "solutions" than a human mind can do. The problem is, though, that there are human endeavors that go beyond our ability to replicate or understand using binary code. Human languages are one area where this is true. There are just too many sublteties, nuances, and exceptions to be able to be able for a computer program to come anywhere near human intelligence in understanding languages.
|1 week 1 day ago||And a very good search engine||
And a very good search engine is not very good at translation.
|1 week 1 day ago||"Today's student has access||
"Today's student has access to a vast percentage of codified human knowledge at literally the speed of light through the internet. That is a staggering development in 30 years."
True. Otoh, for every bit of useful information, there's terabytes of chaff to sort through that often makes the kernals hard to find.
|1 week 3 days ago||Does Clark not have an agent?||
Does Clark not have an agent? If I were his agent the first item of business would be to coach him on what to say and not to say reguarding his arrest and charges.
|1 week 3 days ago||I guess it all depends on||
I guess it all depends on perspective. I remember hearing about a survey several years ago where people were asked about what age they equated with middle age. Teenagers responded with 35, those in their mid to late 20s said 45, those in their mid to late thirties said 55. It was always about twenty years away. I would say something similar goes with trying to determine middle class. 15 years ago when my wife and I were making about $60,000 per year I probably would have agreed with you. Now that we make a bit over double that, I certainly don't feel close to wealthy, and $250,000 doesnlt really seem wealthy to me either.
We do have a decent house (in a state with very low cost of living) but rarely eat out and drive Chevy's, mine 5 years old with 85,000 miles, hers 12 years old. Our youngest child is a senior in college and our saving grace on educational costs was that our children earned merit based scholarships that paid nearly all of the expenses for two of our children (including approx. $120,000 for the daughter who attended MSU as an out of state student) and the other about half of her expenses were covered by scholarships. Without those scholarships, they would have most likely commuted to a regional university or used the wages they earned to pay the difference if they were living on campus and paying the higher tuition and fees. We rarely take vacations, don't wear expensive clothes or jewelry. We don't live extravagantly but do have a bit of a cushion in money to tide us over in the short term in case of some emergency.
We do know some wealthy people. One family we know owns two houses (that we know of). One is probably worth about $2 million, the other is a 5 bedroom, 5 bath vacation home with the expensive tvs, appliances, etc. They very well may own one or two other houses. They drive the latest German luxury cars and really don't have to work at all. They could never earn another dime their entire lives and still be well off.
|1 week 3 days ago||Somewhere between zero and||
Somewhere between zero and six to eight for me. It depends on how busy I am with other things and whether there is something I deem to be important going on with Michigan athletics.
|1 week 3 days ago||The reference to the||
The reference to the Rodriguez obit as evidence that Brian has done this sort of thing before fits to an extent. But to borrow uncleFred's analogy, it's a bit like saying the grave you danced and pissed on isn't the only time you've ever paid tribute to the dead, there was also that time you spoke in reverent and hushed tones about how awesome your father was and that just goes to show anyone complaining about the pissing and dancing doesn't know what they're talking about.
|1 week 3 days ago||If she had just stuck to||
If she had just stuck to describing her own experience, I don't think there would have been as much backlash, but the whole at-Michigan-I-learned-about-designer-clothes-and snobbery was just a massive fail. I had no problem with her pointing out that students from families like hers are not as well off as some might imagine. But when she started with the judgmentalism and holier-than-thou attitude, it got to be annoying.
|1 week 3 days ago||If a couple are making the||
If a couple are making the low hundreds of thousands per year, 200-300 thousand, I wouldn't think of them as wealthy, and certainly not as extremely wealthy.
|1 week 3 days ago||Most commentators here in||
Most commentators here in Oklahoma are glad to see Jackson gone. Some described him as a cancer to the team, and almost all the talking heads complained about his effort on defense.
I do think a different team will help both the Thunder and Jackson. Part of his problem seemed to be he didn't want to be a role player. I don't know how that will play out for the Pistons, but it did not work out at all with the Thunder.
|1 week 3 days ago||Well, with Steven Adams out||
Well, with Steven Adams out with a broken finger and trading Perkins, the Thunder really couldn't afford to go without a big man with some experience. They do have Nick Collison, but expecting a rookie just coming off an injury to step up and hold down the fort in the middle is unrealistic.
|1 week 5 days ago||One of my daughters has a||
One of my daughters has a service dog, and she does deal with, mostly well intentioned, people on a regular basis who don't know how to behave around service dogs. When the dog has its vest on, it is working and shouldn't be distracted by whistling, calling the dog, or petting it. I also don't know what prompts people to ask her what her disability is, but it happens.
When people ask her the dog's name, she gives them a fake name, because the last thing she needs is someone calling the dog's name, distracting it. Also, unfortunately for this veteran at Auburn, there's no way for her with a service dog to recede unnoticed into the background. I just hope some of the idiot Auburn fans who posted messages following the story don't try to interact with her.
|1 week 5 days ago||It sucks that our freshmen||
It sucks that our freshmen and walk-ons struggle against the juniors and seniors of other teams, but it's not all that surprising. Add to that, the few upper classmen really are best suited as role players, and it's a recipe for a mediocre team.