Can I ask, why does this annoy people? I don't get it at all. (Disclaimer: I have basically given basketball 0 of my time this year and barely more last year, because not impressed.)
First time I have watched ESPN was last night. And by watched I mean it was muted, on my TV in my office/computer room, while I played a game and honestly was just easier to check the website for info between games. I'm not an NFL guy, so I don't care about the whole thing, just tOSU guys. At this point, I don't have any reason to watch ESPN, and it used to be a channel of importance when shopping packages for my programming. Now, I am pretty much about ready to cancel my TV programming when contract is up and move to streaming services. (Biggest thing is not losing Buckeye football for me.)
Nobody knows what they want to do with him.
Ok, take the Scarlet glasses off. And then take away the idea ttun is meh. What are this player's highlights? September Heisman? He never really developed one position, he basically was a fucking sideshow to entertain people. Is he a bad player? No. But a first round pick as a safety? Seriously, he wasn't that much of a threat in the secondary. Setting things aside, Jabrilly as a first round is as Browns as it can get, and I had no horse in that race until I saw that. It is like they hate their market. It almost feels like the whole Major League thing where they just try and suck as much as possible so they can move.
Went from getting an ingredient to getting a meal based item, that's an upgrade.
I gained a bit of respect of Raiders last night. Conley, innocent or not, is presumed innocent until proven guilty. They did their own homework and decided to not let the media effect their decision making. This is a step in the right direction, because I am SUPER tired of the accusations being the real dangerous part of these kinds of things. Innocent until proven guilty feels like it was left behind, and that's just bullshit.
Hmmm, might have enough reason to visit Washington with this one.....
I didn't even realize that was a shoebox, what in the heck? Come on...
New toilet bowl?
Err, I dunno if the OP you're replying to has something wrong but... If he says they didn't have intercourse but the DNA kit says its his DNA, pretty sure the rest of it doesn't mean shit. It would be a direct conflict of his statement with DNA evidence to back up that he is lying. So, that's sort of a big deal.
Except, he did put himself in the situation. It's hard to predict, but if you're coming up on one of the biggest nights of your life, might be time to get a bit reserved if you want to protect yourself from it. Is it fair? No. But that is the cards on the table and the rules put in place, play accordingly.
Yep. I mean if he finished, DNA evidence should be right there. And this should be a quick one. If he was involved, determining consent is a super fun thing which could muddy this situation. Honestly hate this system in regards to this. So much crap you can get nailed for even if you're innocent. And yeah, "counter suit" is an option, but in all honesty, what good is that? If someone makes a said accusation and costs tens to millions of dollars in contract value, that won't ever been recovered from a typical household... Just ugh. Such a serious issue with such potential for bullshit at the same time, there is just no win in this crap.
Crystal Ball swings are somewhat interesting but don't really hold a ton for me, because the moment looks like this exact swing. The more interesting thing for me is Gill publicly putting work on him and others.
I'm super curious what impact it would be with Tate here, like you know he'd be in the young man's year encouraging him to not take that horrible road through hell at ttun...
Sounds like bullshit to me, just going to leave it at that.
It certainly seems that we play MSU more often than UC, so exaggerating the point highlights the value of UC getting a recruit over MSU. I mean, it isn't really a leap with what he said...
From my understanding, Plaguis(sp?) was Palpatine's sith lord. It would be a bit strange that jar jar would suddenly fit the roll. It honestly feels much more like a "let's make a super twist conspiracy" than valid from what I've understood about the Star Wars universe.
I sort of see this as the whole Batman vs super villain thing you say in the Dark Knight series. You had the usual criminal, super hero enters, super villains follow. Jedi v Sith type situation, could be a thing. I found it an interesting line. There is a decent video breakdown of some subtle things that I definitely didn't catch watching the trailer(very faint voices in the background from original trilogy quotes in key sequences). I'm honestly enjoying what Disney has done w/ Star Wars, but I don't try to get tied to what "must be" and embrace the new stuff. It isn't always for the better, but I'm not going to close a door to some enjoyment because of some stance on a movie and what it should or shouldn't be.
Isn't this why we had like 2 entirely ready to go back ups????????? (I'm not even sure if I am trying to be sarcastic... Sorry)
Equipment Superior to Operator. Sorry took so long to reply.
Does nothing against teams like Clemson.
Because any other QB stood a better chance.......... Sure JT had issues. My issue is that people seem to think we had some better option behind him, like they know more than the coaches who see them day in and day out for training... That's sort of just insane to me.
How expensive are those tickets?
Eh, canyon walk really provides nothing of benefit to me. Oh I get to walk, above the canyon... Meh. Now swimming 400 feet in the air, that seems interesting.
That is just it... First thought I had was "Well if this breaks... Will water in some way help the fall hurt me more vs just straight kill me?" Like I don't have the education to understand the science on that, but it genuinely crossed my mind of "I don't think I'd like the risk the water did enough to keep me alive..."
I love ESO, but that is more about people who can't operate their toys than not break them, lol.