OT: Anyone watch the debate tonight?

Submitted by D4pp3rD4n on August 6th, 2015 at 11:37 PM

The one on ESPN, of course.

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LSAClassOf2000

August 7th, 2015 at 7:12 AM ^

The thread title is a bit of a troll job, but so far most people have kept it on topic and actually responded to the debate at hand. I've gone through and removed the more inflammatory (and potentially inflammatroy) political posts and will make another pass later this morning if there's a moment.

As for the debate at hand, I had never considered the possibility that a hot dog was a sandwich and....well.....no, it isn't. 

EastCoast

August 6th, 2015 at 11:44 PM ^

I was fooled...

....and no, a hotdog is not a sandwich.

My arbitrary definition of sandwich: non-bread food packaged between two or more pieces of bread where there is 360 degree access to said non-bread food without having to rip the bread.

A hotdog is not a sandwich. A cheesesteak is not a sandwich. A hoagie (I'm from Philly) is not a sandwich.

Blue_sophie

August 7th, 2015 at 12:21 AM ^

A hoagie is definitely a sandwich. A damn fine sandwich, I might add. A cheese-steak is the only acceptable context for eating American cheese, so I remove it from the category of sandwich and reclassify it as a meaty processed cheese delivery mechanism. Mmmmmm, this is all deliciously OT.

mgobaran

August 7th, 2015 at 8:47 AM ^

O'Korn is a undergraduate transfer which means he has to sit out a year and redshirt before he becomes eligible which also means that he cannot play this year but he can play next year if he is good enough to start or be the back up guy who plays during garbage time or say maybe he is the third stringer and our first string guy is hurt, and our second string guy just got a concussion, and then because Harbaugh is a competent coach our third stringer would always have his helmet ready to go just in case and we wouldn't have to send our 2nd string concussed QB back into the game, but yeah O'Korn has to redshirt because of him being an undergraduate transfer.