We had a fiberglass but the excavation work was shoddy and after 7 years it cracked down the entire center. Dug it out two years ago after suing the installer and built a big paver patio and fire pit
I don't kmow if anyone remembers the Sullivan Brothers from the mid 80's but They were batshit crazy. I know firsthand. Was a bartender and bouncer where they hung out. Nuts. One jumped on a car and kicked in the windshield at OU once because the driver almost hit him.
I have a Fitbit Charge Hr (monitors heartrate) Love it except after a few days I get a rash from the wristband.
I may be in the minority but defensively I think our d line could be pretty good. I like what Insaw in the Fieasta Bowl and those young kids got some playing time. Plus Cornell, Landers and Cooper coming in. I think Bosa could have an impact as well, but with the acl recovery there may be a redshirt in his future. But overall I like what I see.
Mike Webber did not come here to sit behind Samuel at rb. I'm a huge Samuel fan but I would rather see Weber get 20 touches and samuel take over the Marshal role. Just my opinion.
Del Griffith...American Light & Fixture, Shower Ring Division...
You're from Waynesville? Bellbrook here. I know Tim also!
All good looking hookers are cops. Learned that on the TV show COPS.
Pruitt was a cancer at UGA according to some reports and semi insubordinate. I don't like the sound of that and I certainly don't think Urban would want that potential problem.
My buddys 25th annual party and tailgate. He makes all the meats and we all bring the sides. This year a special potato salad is my side. Bacon, cheese and some Lawrys season salt makes it a good one. I keep it simple on this game day because its such a long day (we watch all the games, all day till last man standing). A bloody mary or two and them Miller Light 16oz the rest of the day. Perhaps an occasional shot of Fireball just to celebrate!
I'm from the same town where Austin went to school. He graduated with my stepson. Austin was in the same graduating class along with my stepson that the young man who was stabbed and killed off campus did back in January. That whole bunch hung out and lived together and have lost two within a year to tragic incidents within a year. Its very sad and I'm proud of the way my stepson is handling it. But its very hard to watch
Perhaps if it was your friend that died you may see it differently.
The boy who died graduated high school with my stepson. How many tragedy's do you thing we need before it's cancelled? Do you think we need one more kid to die? What more to the rest of the story do you want to hear or want to be out? He was 22 years old and he died. Let's not allow someone else to.
I'll be smoking my first turkey this year. Any tips? I won't be brining. Possibly injecting some butter but mostly relying on the rub (sage, rosemary, thyme, oregano and some olive oil). Do you recommend a specific wood? I'm smoking in an electric Masterbuilt.
Erick Smith will be missed on special teams. He's been a beast there.
It's new sponsors are O'Douls and Vapor cigarettes...
And you're exactly the ones I'm talking about. Get off your high horse and embrace the "tired gimick". Why do you have to "buy in". Just fricking be part of it and enjoy the experience.
The level of arrogance and the "by god I'll wear scarlet cause they can't tell me what to wear" is nauseating. Stop with the "our colors are scarlet & gray dammit" attitude and just be a part of something special at the stadium. I would kill to be able to go to the game and wear black, but I don't have tickets. Any of you jackelopes that don't want to go cause you don't have a black fricking t shirt and you don't want Gene Smith telling you what to wear, look me up. I'll gladly take your tickets.
Ginger or Mary Anne?
I for one love the black uni's and hope that there is an all gray one coming also.
Tacos can be very healthy if you use lean meat or chicken and whole wheat tortillas. Also the worst part can be the taco seasoning. Its VERY high in sodium. Make your own. Its easy and really good. Try this...
1 teaspoon ground chili powder
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon onion powder
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon cayenne powder
1 teaspoon Kosher salt
Just mix it up and store in an airtight container. Make as much as you need. This is good for about a pound of meat. Just mix it in after you've browned your meat. Add a little bit of water to coat evenly.
I have 2 got to healthy recipes that are super easy:
Someone mentioned chilli already but try this...saute some onion and garlic in olive oil for a few minutes then add 1 lb ground turkey and brown it up. Add 1 can of diced tomatos (you can get chili ready tomatos), 1 can black beans (drain most but not all of the liquid. Use low sodium Bush's) add about a cup of salsa (try Herdez), one can of corn (drained). Add about a tbs of chili powder, a tbs of cumin, and about 2-3 tbs of Tobasco Smoked Chipotle sauce. Bring to a boil then reduce heat and let simmer for an hour or so. Serve it over brown rice. Adjust the seasonings to your liking. You can also use lean steak or chicken breast as well.
OR try this...Cut a spaghetti squash in half and clean out the guts and seeds, place face down in a casserole dish or on a cookie sheet and bake at 350 for 45 minutes. While thats cooking saute up some onion & garlic. Brown 1 lb of ground turkey or chicken. add zuchini and yellow squash cubed into about 1/2" pieces. Add mushrooms (either fresh or canned) and then about 2 handfuls of fresh spinach. Add 1 16 oz can diced basil & oregano tomatos and about 1/2 a can of tomato sauce. Add 2 TBS of italian seasoning and let simmer covered til squash is done in the oven. When squash is done, remove it from oven and use a fork to scrape the "meat from the skin. It will look like spagetti. Get all that you can and add to your sauce mix. Let cook for another 10 minutes or so and then serve. You can substitute whole wheat pasta for the spaghetti squash if you like. Just start the boiling water after you have the sauce simmering, boil the pasta for about 7 minutes and then once you have drained the pasta add it to the sauce and simmer for about 10 minutes. Add salt & pepper to taste
I feel Sick for Noah. Having said that, and seeing the discussion about whos up next, has anyone heard any updates on Jeff Greene? Could he figure in there? He has actual experience, he's a big body and he's been in the program now for 2 solid years. Saw alot of special teams time last year. Maybe the 11W staff knows something?
I am on the Dolly Madison list...
Didn't he play Mick in Rocky?