Vacation Warning Comment Count

Brian July 17th, 2011 at 10:41 AM


I'll take "ways to get my wife(!) to murder me" for 1000, Alex

So I'm out on my honeymoon until the 29th, and I won't get in until late so the next you hear from me will be August 1st. I have canned a few "2011 Recruiting" posts and Tim/Tom/Misopogon will be covering my absence, so content will continue to flow. I will be monitoring my email and the site for any recurrence of the recent issues. If you've just been itching to put up an extensive diary, this is a bump-rich environment.

Thanks for your patience during this trying time. If it's any consolation, given my previous vacation activities this summer by the time I return Ohio Stadium will literally be a smoking crater in the ground and Michigan will have been granted a permanent boost of ten scholarships because Brady Hoke found a power-up in the rubble.

I refuse to spend football season in Kazakhstan even if this happens.



July 17th, 2011 at 11:15 AM ^

And as is written at the baseball website where I work: priority number one is treating your significant other special when away from baseball or in this case, Michigan sports. Remember there are no Michigan sporting events in the next 10 days so you have no reason not to relax, kick back and smile!


July 17th, 2011 at 12:22 PM ^

I anxiously await them finding that Woodson is still eligible to play his last year, while discovering untoward pictures of the Buckeyes front seven with a boy scout troop over the next two weeks.
<br>(Two weeks?!? That's a lot of beveled guilt and Rich Rod FEI ranking posts for a Honeymoon...)


July 17th, 2011 at 12:27 PM ^

You must not worry about us, we will be here, we will understand.  Don't break radio silence, well, unless, of course, you get to ride on a Zamboni for the first time in your life.  Then it's totally acceptable.


July 17th, 2011 at 3:31 PM ^

Congratulations on your honeymoon, Brian. I'll never forget on my honeymoon when we went to Hawaii. We were on the island of Hawaii getting a ride from a taxi to the hotel. The driver asked where we were from. I said Michigan and asked where he was from. He said  Alaska. He said he had lived in Alaska all his life and where he lived had only 3 hours of daylight everyday. He took a vacation to Hawaii and never went back to Alaska. He just left all his belongings in his apartment in Alaska and that was it. He said he's never been happier in his life and had no plans to ever move back.  


July 17th, 2011 at 5:06 PM ^

Make it an event that she won't forget.  But hopefully your state of mind on some on the evenings will make it an event that you won't remember.

Hopefully you made it further than little Florida at Webers.