As long as Zeke stays away from thousands of dollars worth of free CDs and cars...
I like to get my coals going in my Weber kettle, then pour myself a drink. By the time I need to freshen up my glass, the coals are ready for grilling. By the time for the 3rd, the meat's done.
I don't know of this "convenience" concept of which the others are speaking. Grilling is a pastime...time being the key root word here. And I have my own timing system. I've been grilling on charcoal for about 10 years now, and it's just the way I do it. You can grill just fine on a gas grill, I've seen it enough times to be convinced that heat = heat, and no one way is necessarily better. But I enjoy making my fire, relaxing with a few drinks, controlling the fire with vents and amounts of charcoal, and then cooking perfect steak on it. Grilling for me isn't an on-off switch.
Exactly. I mean, a lot of B1G fans might want the conference to do well just so we can stop hearing about how bad the conference is, and because we want to watch games against top 25 teams. But you are absolutely right, it's not the result of our "Northern culture," which isnt even a thing.
I wish the Reds would cheat every once and a while. Kidding of course....or am I?
So you think the Big Ten and Ohio State, who just whooped your ass in the playoff, is part of Nick Saban's farm system? How Bammer of you!
Ah, wow that's an old story, too. Where the hell was I in January?
That is some incredible stuff right there.
But she's not suing Florida State, she's suing Jameis Winston. I'm not saying Florida State isn't worth prosecuting over a massive coverup and obstruction of justice, along with the Tallahassee PD, but why would Title IX lawyers be involved? Is that the next step or something?
That's a killer picture of stopgirl. Nice find.
LOL, someone makes fun of your fake internet girlfriend on the internet, and you take it personally. That is some classic OSU07ASU10 right there!
I didn't know you didn't like to be called son, son. Why did you call me Dad? From now on, you must call me Father when you address me, or I am going to ground you by forcing you look at chicks who are at least a 6 out of 10.
She is chew-your-arm-off ugly.
Sorry, but not sorry, son. If you're into "amateur" girls that look like a pre-3rd Rock Joseph Gordon Levitt, there might be websites for you somewhere in a dark corner of the internet.
Alright, now that we have confirmation that stop girl is, in fact, not as hot as everyone likes to think she is, can we stop posting stopgirl?
That's alright, I've got total consciousness coming my way...
I beat DJ to it by about 15 minutes. Did anyone rail on him? No. Did I get a shout-out? No.
I will Skyline-board you.
GOONIES SLAM! Well played! HEYYYYY YOUUUUU GUYYYYYS!!!!
Yeah, they were pretty divisive. Half the fans hated them with a passion. Half the fans liked them so much they thought they should be the every-days (I was in that camp). I'll be a little bummed if they ditch them, but if they re-adopt the gray sleeves on the homes, I'll consider it an acceptable trade-off.
I'm not sure why you're apologizing, I'm not a Bearcat football fan.
I mean, don't get me wrong, it's incredible to watch a man of that size hurdle other men. But I feel like Lou Brown afterwards:
Based on his body of work, Urban Meyer does not order his QBs to slide. It is a big reason why his QBs seem to get injured, but it's part of his offense for the QB to take, and deliver, a lot of hits.
So, when you're 6'5'' and 250 pounds, there aren't a lot of defensive backs that you can't absolutely demolish. So, he knows when he has a size advantage. I think when he tries to leap over players is when he's being a little more on the reckless side. That's f'ing dangerous.
Thanks to the College Football Playoff, bowl games paid more than a half billion dollars to conferences and schools last season, the largest payout ever and an increase of almost $200 million from the final season of the Bowl Championship Series.
How much less would this have been had Baylor or TCU been in the playoff?
My money's on Schlegel.
Remember when the Super Bowl was in Detroit a few years ago, and they were really worried about the influx of STDs from people going over to Windsor for hookers? Yeah, thanks Detroit! You rule! You definitely have a lot of redeeming qualities over Cincinnati, like all of your buildings falling down and your city being bankrupt. We don't have any of that yet, unfortunately. At least you have that statue of RoboCop…I guess…the hero of a post-apocalyptic Detroit that, if it were filmed today, wouldn't need any special effects or a production designer.