TO THE HOT TAKE CANNON
- Member for
- 6 years 42 weeks
|23 weeks 3 days ago||espn america||
I was in Germany 2 years ago and it was on espn america. nobody minded putting a tv on it and there were actually quite a few that liked it we chatted with. the way I wouldn't mind a tv on soccer if there is nothing big on.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Brian photo bomb||
seems a good time to bring the photo bomb tee back from its Alabama imposed retirement.
Have a good run all!
|1 year 50 weeks ago||Wow||
That is extemely annoying. Whats the deal?
GREAT WIN! Wish I was in AA for the supers.
|2 years 28 weeks ago||Webber||
You have no idea what you are talking about.
|4 years 5 weeks ago||Attendance||
Looks like Brian got his wish RE attendance, brutal.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||M Painted plane||
If I recall this board has been over this a number of times that this is not a UM owned plane (I don't believe schools typically own learjets).
I cannot recall who the owner is but it is some alum... I doubt with the secrecy of the search they would be cruising around screaming HERE WE ARE.
Update:"The jet is personally owned by Richard H. Rogel, a wealthy “independent investor” and high-ranking official at the University of Michigan who in 2004 personally donated $22 millon to the school. Rogel is also the former president of the University of Michigan’s Alumni Association and served as Chair of a University of Michigan fundraising initiative that raised over $3 billion."
|4 years 17 weeks ago||Bill Martin/Hart||
If Hart cannot stay healthy in the NFL I hope he comes back to UM in some capacity:
"Mike Hart isn't in Ann Arbor anymore, keeping busy as an Indianapolis Colts running back, but he has followed the once-proud program closely since his senior year coincided with Carr's last season.
|4 years 24 weeks ago||Last Field Rush||
I know it was more recent than 1997, I have a picture in my office of the field being rushed after 2003 OSU. I also happenned to be on the field.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||same to you david||
kudos to you for being replying you tool. Go back to your parents basement.
|4 years 29 weeks ago||kudos to you for being||
kudos to you for replying you tool. Go back to your parents basement.
|5 years 17 weeks ago||taco||
old tacopants has gotten some action here in the second half. @ +7.5 wish I hadn't been napping and got something in.
RM has seemed to get some hype this season but the games I've seen have been lackluster with flashes of competence.
|5 years 28 weeks ago||whos playing?||
have they not kicked every frat off campus yet?
|5 years 28 weeks ago||shirtless||
if you spent as much time being thoughtfull as you spend pointing out "double posts" the world would be a better place. are you older than fifteen?
|5 years 31 weeks ago||I had not yet been born when||
I had not yet been born when Isiah showed up so... I guess I was a fan from the beginning (and I'm not even that young)
|5 years 31 weeks ago||overboard||
I know you are all rolling downhill here but aren't you being a bit naive? Should we have packed the palace when the stones were winning 30 games?
It doesn't make sense - so sure it is annoying for a USC or Florida when a bunch of tools are rooting for them for no reason in East Lansing. But lets not get confused that if the Lions were to get good then fans are "bandwagon" if they come back. Its just hard to root for a brutal franchise...
|6 years 42 weeks ago||Not exactly true||They are Government sponsored enterprises (GSE's), and are not backed by the full faith and credit of the US treasury as T-Bills are. However, it is widely assumed that the govt. would bail them out if it came to that, providing an implicit guarantee. The stock prices plummeted recently because if the govt. does assume their loans, the equity becomes worthless. I still think that mortgage backed securities are excessively written down, and will be eventually written back up. It is also my belief that access to govt. capital is much more likely then a full-scale bailout - but my opinions aren't as important as getting the story right.|