I'm starting to hate that scooter.
It's been years since I watched that, but I never realized Gary Busey was in it.
I was really worried that Hubbard shattered an ankle or something before I watched the video.
Had some down time today so did a little trolling over at Eleven Warriors.
Wonder what her username is . . .
Gotcha. I was just a casual watcher. Seems like a weird name for the show. It should have been called, "I'd Rather Be Boning Someone Other Than Your Mother".
Thank God the NCAA is taking care of the important stuff . . .
I loved the comment by Leonard:
If the tables were turned, I'd be talking so much trash that the EPA would have "Wanted" posters made.
I thought the same thing. OP was trying to stir the pot and most commenters were very level headed. I respect VT and look forward to a good game with them this year.
Some people just can't get out of their own way.
This thread made me think of this:
Here is the link since you probably can't read the photo.
It started off as a concept that once it got picked up past the initial pilot, went off the rails and followed a completely different story than what was, most likely, originally intended.
<Thread convergence obtained>
I thought the same thing. My trip resemble your recollection, though only 7 years ago.
Some shows I stopped watching because I was too busy. The two that I stopped out of choice was Dexter and Weeds. I hated the main character of Weeds by the time I stopped watching because she never learned anything. She just became more and more reckless and stupid. I quit when she got thrown in prison and I like to think that's where she stayed. As for Dexter, Deb is horrible and I just couldn't do it anymore.
If a southern journalist actually wanted to write something different and set the world on fire, sending their name rocketing to the stars with both fame and infamy, they could simple write an article giving credit to the winners and about how they got beat and weren't as good as they thought.
That would be crazy. Really, as much as it is surprising to admit, Paaaauuuulllll, was about the only person I heard doing this in the aftermath of Bama's loss.
I knew you were on the side of rational thinkers.
Hey DJ, now that your Skyline beef has been settled, if you'd like to stir the pot again, I'd like to know where you fall on the great, "Is a hot dog, a sandwich?" debate.
My wife lived above bagel & deli for last few years of college. She also has forced me to drive there several times. It's usually out of the way, but at least the payoff is good.
You are right, of course. However, by the same logic, have you ever tried to pay off your student loans with groceries or gas? I wrote that check every month for over a decade and have some friends who are still paying. I am for giving the kids more, but there is value in a scholarship.
Perhaps they were mad that you didn't comply with GAAP standards?
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I was "lucky" when I got divorced in that there were no kids involved. I purchased a template online and wrote my own dissolution paperwork. Total, I spent less than $250. Miserable experience to be sure, but at least I didn't break the bank to do it.
Whoever downvoted that, for shame. Thanks for the literal LOL this morning, Oyster.
I honestly wished we had kept Wiggins. Not that I'm complaining with our overall results.