BRGR in Vegas - went because I was in a hurry & was skeptical because of the celeb connection. But damn, it was fantastic.
9 Route was well spoken & respectful? I clearly missed those posts...
No DV from me either, but it is sometimes a chore to try to interpret your nonsensical use of punctuation.
But for those pesky green numbers...
I travel a lot, so it varies accordingly. Made it to 3 live games, 2 in C-bus (Eleven Warriors party!) plus the Sugar Bowl. Watched a few with buddies at friend's house with best TV. Watched one with SF Buckeyes & another with Portland Buckeyes. Watched 2 more from Iceland, one streaming on my laptop at some unholy hour somewhere in the south part of the island and the other in Reykjavik with Thor & Odin which Thor streamed on his TV (side note, Odin was only interested in the beer / food, but Thor now cheers for the Buckeyes). The lamest setting was a Buffalo Wild Wings in Easton for the National Championship but I was hyped enough that the disinterest from the locals did not deter my enthusiasm.
Went skydiving 3 times, white water rafting (class 5), shark cage off Farallon Islands (but no encounters damnit), glacier hike in Iceland, dog sledding (also Iceland), and first ever BASE jump was this past Saturday off Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, ID. Regrettable, a guy died Thursday (day I arrived in Boise) making that jump. BASE is intense as there is zero room for error.
I intend to try the shark thing again in some manner since the first go was a let-down.
Ugly indeed. That's possibly our long anticipated triple digit barrier breaker game.
If you believe rock is dead, then you're just not aware. Mainstream radio is worse than ever, but you (and they) can't stop the rock.