Hey, the power companies used to give you an oven when you signed up.....
Same thought here. I had never heard of them and although I am not all-knowing, 20+ years in the business generally means you hear of the big ones (RWE, EON, etc). Personally, I think it's kind of risky to lock in rates instead of following the market, especially one that could result in low prices.
OSU also had 10 blocked shots to their 2..... So there! We owned that stat!!!!!
Not surprising. Either you weren't around for the 90's or it wasn't that big of a deal to you. Think about all of the teens and twenty year old kids who say that they hate Xichigan. They don't really hate them, they just really dislike them. You don't get that hate from beating a team all but twice in the last 15 years. You get that hate regenerated and fueled by having your dreams smoked by the bad guy. Until that happens (and 2011 was not that year) the hatred isn't real. When it does happen, we will welcome the new fold of OSU fans into the cage match.
Sorry, just threw up a little in my mouth. I'm more of a Alyssa Milano type of guy. Don't get me wrong, Spears would be fine and all if you were into bat$hit crazy chicks that run afoul with razors and umbrellas.
Well, I wouldn't go that far. I'm just a Not So Young Man with a dream. A dream that involves bacon. Bacon and sausage. Maybe some BBQ rub too.
Yeah, I went to that game. If I remember correctly, it was a nice day with a slight breeze. Maybe 70F-75F in the 'Shoe. It was a total beat down. I went to the game expecting a decent test, but it became a laugher real quick. I immortalized the game day ticket (with the score on it) by placing it on my bar and covering it with resin. Maybe a million years from now, someone will find it and say, "Yeah, Mark May is a ass-hat."
262 pieces of pork.
253 pieces of bacon.... yeah, that's it.
Yeah, I am sure anyone with kids that read that WMD would agree. The only bright side is that football returns soon. On the other hand, it doesn't seem so important. F$€K Cancer.
I agree. He made things right by apologizing and signing some balls for him. Sometimes, the reaction and subsequent action(s) tells us more about ones character than we would expect. In this case, he didn't have to apologize, but it was the right thing to do.
I am a little surprised that Marconi and Spring is not on the list. It seems that every two weeks, someone wraps their car around the tree on the sw corner.
What? We dare challenge the elements for a second year? Last year the golf outing was almost destroyed by lightning as several people were nearly struck. If I play this year, I might have to wear a rubber suit if the weather appears malevolent. Please, I beg you, no tennis balls this year.
I think the Rhine Steakhouse (?) was a good one. Might be pricey as I am sure Jason and the 11W 'luminati keep a tight purse. Oh well, there is always Hooters.
Birm is hitting the River Walk all week? Mad Dogs better watch out! Assuming of course that Mad Dogs is still there. It's hard for the casual fan to get a read on these games since the rotation of players yields only a few touches. That is why Birm being on site is a valuable source...
It seems like they care less about making the right call and more about not making the field referees look bad. By restricting the flexibility of what can or cannot be reviewed, they pigeon-hole themselves into bad calls. Apparently, on this one they could only review whether or not there was contact, not "who" inititated the contact or if the receiver came back in bounds as soon as possible (hate to give Mark May credit on this one).
That is tough. I feel for you, I really do. I've been to 4 birthday parties at the Mouses House and each and every time I walk out of it with the one thing you forgot to mention: some virus that can't be cured by modern medicine. Usually the stomach kind that hits you at 3 AM and hangs on to destroy what is left of your r weekend.
Wear gloves and a mask.
Blue or Red in the White House, there is no other country in which I would want to live. That's why the flag has those colors.
Did you just wake up? Yes, the Sausage King. I see you are new here. Welcome to the site. All reverence to BACON. If you don't like bacon, you are wrong.
Birthdays suck after about the age of 25. it is then that you realize there is nothing good about them. in your twenties it takes a few hours to recover from physical activity. In your thirties, it takes a couple of days. When you hit forty, you don't even think about doing it. As I approach fifty, I wake up and hurt and don't even know why. Birthdays generally suck, but..... they are better than the alternative!
I disagree. If our Buckeyes win out, we are in. That's all we need is a chance again.