Nothing like beating tun when they have their saviors on board.
It really is, when I was younger I avoided it thinking it was some stupid mystical stuff, but as Antonio Banderas found out, "It is a man!!" I'll definitely check that book out - I've never heard of it.
"Is there a cave?!" Don't know why - but its my favorite line/moment from that movie.
In no particular order (I'll try not to duplicate others already listed):
Tinker, Taylor, Soldier, Spy
Band of Brothers (can this please count?)
Almost Heroes (to lighten it up)
Right?! I mean, its pretty logical and explains some of those loose ends. It intrigues the ever-loving amateur Columbo out of me.
You should watch it and just decide for yourself...dont binge it though - watch it over time, like an episode a night or two at the most, you'll miss things if you binge it.
Haha - I just love the music so much...but since you asked...I have no clue whether or not he did it, but I have my reasonable doubts...
EDIT: I'd be remiss if I didn't include my favorite theory: http://brobible.com/entertainment/article/making-a-murderer-theory-explains-colborns-call/
I hope something surprises this man really badly.
Its improbable - not impossible, but improbable. I COULD see it happening, I even HOPE it happens, but there are other guys shooting up draft boards too from other schools as well (Im totally counting Spence as a Buckeye). There is a lot of time between now and the draft.
So many great memories from watching the natty with my brothers and dad in 2002 before my brothers left for college stands out. As a poor college student myself during the reign of Tress (specifically in 2006) my tv in my room was a 13 incher with the vcr built in the bottom - you guys know what I'm talking about...I was able to watch quite a few games that year at my sister-in-law's cousin's house. Dude was a programmer (made bank and had the first 60" flat screen id ever seen) and not a football fan so my brother and I got to watch games on HD for the first time ever. I don't know why but that Iowa game stands out to me. For some reason that was supposed to be a tough game going to Iowa City and they were supposed to upset us, but it was so gratifying watching Troy Smith in crystal clear HD pick apart the Hawkeyes. That run by Gonzo after the catch was particularly satisfying. Also, Vernon Gholston's one arm tackle on their running back was outstanding. The Sugar Bowl in 2011 was also an incredible game. It happened. I saw it. You'll never take it away.
Not to mention signing TP for about a week.
Im a Bears fan so AJ Hawk being on the Packers for so many years hurt, and currently Corey Linsley hurts. Could be worse though...if I were a Falcon or Saints fan.
I would really like the mods to find a solution to making the off season a bit shorter. Thank you for your consideration.
he doesn't offensively shake his hips like hes elvis presley or something...
menial was probably the word I was searching for.
My take is that he can do whatever he wants, much like any number of LBs or DLs that get up and celebrate a meaningless tackle like they just pushed back the Persian army by themselves. I really could care less how often he gets and celebrates making a play, but I do like his attitude...if you want him to stop, don't let him get first downs, and definitely don't let him score.
True words right there. Especially in the hurler happy league where guys throw and don't pitch any more. Greg Maddux showed everyone you don't have to touch 90 to win 15 games a year but we still have Fox showing "95mph or higher" pitches stat. True story: friend of mine's son had Tommy John...at 13.
YES. This was the last Game I saw with my brother before he was stationed in Japan. We were in albuquerque and had to stream it, but it was an awesome game and win.
I don't think he has anger issues, I think he has controlling his anger issues.
Battery - assault is just the threat of violence with the ability to follow through, batter is the actual violence.
ESPECIALLY if you're moving an armoire.
Absolutely fascinating. Has all the recipes of good conspiracy by providing "evidence" without saying how or why or where, just that - its in my book, website or youtube page. Love it.
Probably Mo Wells. Especially if its against a pair of DTs.
Lagavulin is what really got me into Scotch, and yes its better than Ardbeg. Ardbeg though, has some pretty outstanding qualities in itself, and I am loving it right now. My current goal is to tour the Islay single malts one by one. Currently on Ardbeg, then I'm going Laphruaig and then Bowmore before deciding how Im going to approach the northern distilleries. I'm doing this one bottle at a time (as you said, price) so its going to be a lengthy, delicious process. If you're a peat lover - do you also drink bourbon? I know its really popular on this site, and so far what I have tried is too sweet for me. I love lagavulin and ardbeg for the peat & tobacco flavors among all the others, and I just haven't found a bourbon that hits my taste buds like scotch does.