That didn't bother me at all. It reminded me of Joe Thomas, who choice to go fishing with his dad on the day of the draft instead of going to NY and we know how that ended. Linemen are a different breed and don't seem to need their egos stoked nor are they attention grabbers.
I ride a bike a few times a week, walk almost every day,and go to the gym at least 2 times a week. My biggest improvement weight and fitness came when I started eating LESS carbs and more protein. The odd thing is it doesn't seem to matter if that protein is lean or not. My Cholesterol has even come down. It's the "Alaskan Way," at least according to our Alaskan friends and some of those reality shows. lol
I threw in the towel after last years draft. Now I'm convinced I made the right decision. It sickens me to type this but I cant take it anymore. Because of my previous love of the Browns, I'm pretty much done with NFL. I watched the draft just to see how the Buckeyes did. When they drafted Peppers after giving up the 12th pick, my stomach rolled and I felt my blood pressure rise. I had to remind myself I was no longer a fan of the Browns.
Love the heart of wrestlers
You mean the Brown's actually had someone there? Does that mean that there is at least a chance we see a Buckeye getting drafted by them, or is that just some sort of pre-draft smokescreen?
Years ago, we used to go bass fishing after work. I LOVED it. We would fish the old railroad ponds in fishing waders. We also had a canoe and would paddle all the back streams in the area and either squirrel hunt or fish...at times both.
Hmmmm I thought we already had one in Columbus...THE Ohio State University Buckeyes.
For some odd reason I always liked the Stones better, but the Beatles were my first British Invasion love. Hendrix, Doors, Dylan, Cream and Joplin were the best artists of that time, though. OOPS almost forgot Led Zeppelin.
Congers up memories of all those fine young men that came back in body bags. I still cry every time I hear that song, even though it was one of their best.
That's what speed does to ya
My son also had Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma in his early 30's. He had masses in 5 places. His prognosis was not good very good because it was extremely aggressive. To this day I thank God every day for his healing powers on my son. I thank Him also for His mercy on her and your family. God bless.
Great story. Thanks for sharing
Ahhh, hey Coach. It's Divine Mercy, not Devine. Thanks for showing us how little you actually know about the Catholic Church. Good job reppin' your college.
ELJTSA76 wanted to start a Recruiting thread that would be an endless. I was responding to that comment.
That only takes you to the first new one. After that, you have to scroll through all the other posts to see new ones. The problem is a person may comment on another post and that post may be one of the first comments.
I would hate the idea of having to scroll through 10,000 posts to see the new ones. I personally appreciate it when a new thread is created after a couple of hundred posts.
The schedule I worked was 3 days on, three days off. I LOVED it! They were 12 hr days and it included some week-ends but my kids were a little older. I especially liked it in the summer because it was awesome taking them places like Cedar Point and the beach during the week. It wasn't nearly as crowded. We even got paid some overtime when we worked week-ends. I also worked 10 hr days for a while. It really nice having Fridays off.
My son had a very aggressive Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma cancer when he was in his early 30's. It was stage 3 I believe. That was about 8 yrs ago. He's in better shape today than he was when he was diagnosed. There is hope, and prayer can move mountains. The prognosis for my son was not good because of the aggressiveness of the cancer. I still thank God every day.
I had the privilege of seeing her live at the Fillmore in San Francisco. I was absolutely blown away by that experience. At the time, my brother lived there, (actually Danville) so I was fortunate to be in the area at the time she was there. One of the things that stood out was some of the Hell's Angels being there and an environment I had never in my life, before or after, experienced. Truly amazing.
IMHO, for me, "The Day the Music Died," was when he died, not Buddy Holly. A couple of weeks after Hendrix died, Janis Joplin followed suit. I used to wonder if her's was more suicide than od. They were very close. Loved her music also. Every time someone brings them up, I still wonder about 'what could've been' if those two would've survived that era. Within a year, another great, Jim Morrison of the Doors also od'd. What a waste of talent. Damn drugs!
YOU. CAN. DO. THIS! Like you said, you trained too long and too hard not to. Best of luck to you, and NEVER say die! (My high school motto)
My mother, who was 100% blue blood Italian, just rolled over in her grave.
This is exactly why I wonder what the other coaches thought of him that he ended up at Minny. I thought for sure Herman or Fickell would have grabbed him.
I suppose Warinner felt in the final analysis that it was better to rule in Hell than serve in Heaven.
Great saying. I'm going to use that someday, just don't know when.