Lets Try to act like reasonable peeps (OSU WEEK)

Submitted by Dark Blue on November 24th, 2010 at 1:23 PM

There has been so much bitching and complaining this last week, I think we're forgetting whats important. OSU stands in front of us, they are big, they are bad, but they are beatable. A win on Saturday will be that huge win that will help RR start building his legacy here. Fuck you OHIO, you are the worst state ever. Now get on board, I'm passing out bags of diseased cocks to beat the Buckeyes with.



November 24th, 2010 at 1:27 PM ^

Long time follower, first time responding.  I opened up an account today just say how embarrassed I am to listen/read all these “fans” bitch about RR during the time of the year we should be most complete and connected as a fan base.  Hell, I hate losing just like everyone else, but we’re moving in the right direction (aside from the 3-3-5 which WILL be addressed at year end).  If you’re a TRUE MICHIGAN fan you should back whoever we have coaching and any kid that has busted his ass to see time on the field that is so sacred to all of us.  We say RR isn’t a Michigan Man, but neither was Coach Yost (WV) and that seemed to work out well from what history states.  If you’re not going to back whoever wears the colors that we all say we bleed then get the f*ck outta the stadium and off these blogs because you’re not doing any good to the team you supposedly love.  Those jerk offs down south can’t read or write, but they have their team’s back which is more than I can say about a good number of people supposedly bleeding Maize and Blue.  We gotta ban together and fight off all these haters!!  Go into the offseason w/ a ton of talent returning and bring in some more young men that want to be part of the greatest football program in the world.  GO BLUE!


November 24th, 2010 at 1:45 PM ^

Not sure who M16 is, but I can assure you that I’m not that dude.  Just somebody that is sick and tired of Michigan fans acting like those douche bag domers.  Fans are supposed to be loyal and have their team’s back no matter what.  I know losing is something we’re not used to, but we’re getting there even with the injuries and transfers we’ve been faced with this year.


November 24th, 2010 at 6:49 PM ^

Copy... Paste. It applies to about 90% of the idiotic ranting you take it upon yourself to put out like fires. You're damn good at it, but carpal tunnel is right around the corner if you don't start ctrl+c and ctrl+v'ing - either way, don't give up.... I live vicariously through 99% of your posts.


November 24th, 2010 at 1:32 PM ^

Do you get a better deal if you go bulk/wholesale?

With the holidays coming up we all need to find ways to pinch pennies.  I mean, my gal will say "It isn't about money or expensive gifts, it is about something from the heart" but then when I draw a card on a piece of lined notebook paper on Christmas morning (and that shit was full of heart) she'll just storm out of the room and call me an asshole and tell all her snotty relatives and then bring the whole thing up at least once a month for the rest of the year.

So yeah, any way that I can save a few bucks would be appreciated, especially since she probably doesn't want a bag of diseased cocks either (seriously, there is no pleasing this chick).


November 24th, 2010 at 2:56 PM ^

...from the set.

The Detroit Zoo’s wolverines will take on Ohio State when they attack and tear apart a specially created treat-filled piñata designed to resemble the Buckeyes’ mascot, Brutus.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 24, 11 a.m.

WHERE: Detroit Zoo’s wolverine habitat

WHO: Detroit Zoo wolverines Luka and Jigi

WHY: Football rivals University of Michigan Wolverines and Ohio State Buckeyes meet for their annual match-up this Saturday in Columbus.

BACKGROUND: Piñatas are among the many forms of enrichment used daily at the Detroit Zoo to help make the environments of the animals more dynamic and engaging. Enrichment includes the introduction of novel and sometimes unpredictable elements such as objects, sounds, scents or other stimuli that give the animals choice and control in their environment and encourage them to respond in species-typical ways.