For the love of God, where did that thread go?

Submitted by Lofter4 on January 11th, 2010 at 3:09 PM

I was reading Tim's "Collapse" front page story when I noticed under the New section of the Mgoboard shortcuts a thread titled "Dillon Baxter coming to Michigan" with 0 replies. I clicked it, and it led me to Page Not Found, and now it's gone from the board.

Worst. Joke. Ever.

Anyone have any clue what the deal is?



January 11th, 2010 at 3:13 PM ^

I deleted it. The user "Buckeye" created it, and it was stupid. It basically said that Ohio State is interested in Baxter, and they own Michigan, lolz!!! It was nothing.

Neg bang his posts as you please.


January 11th, 2010 at 3:33 PM ^

Tom -

Obv., we have no new commitments. However, I'd like to see three things:

1) an update on the board, who has dropped out, been removed, and who we are currently in the running for.
2) Implications, particularly for UM, of the Carroll move from SC to Seattle. We all have seen Baxter's name ad nauseum. Are there any other potential recruits this affects?
3) Implications for Michigan of commitments elsewhere. With so many going to Univ. of Florida, do any uncommited recruits become more attracted to Michigan.


January 11th, 2010 at 10:42 PM ^

Don't blame all engineers. We in computer science, for example, really don't do any math at all :) (Okay, not true, for many but I myself don't do that much)

Electrical engineers are the only ones who use j as far as I know. Current is i and is slightly more fundamentally important to the field so sqrt(-1) got bumped to j.