The triple upvote.
I never move them. If I need it, I can just search it. On certain occasions, I'll pull a few e-mails together but it's not a system I've found to be worth the time it takes.
I don't think it affects your HS, not that they matter anyways, I've just been really curious as to who it was.
Actually I have tried it when I went to Baltimore this past fall. It was good, but at the same time, I felt like it didn't live up to the price. I mostly just tried it because that's what the group wanted and I've never had south african flavors before. Those mashed peas were really nice, though.
Kind of a different reason, but I never order chicken when I'm at a restaurant. The only exception is wings and fried chicken, but in terms of actual restaurants, I almost never order a chicken dish. Always feels like the actual dish won't justify the cost and especially if it's white meat, has too high of a risk to be dry and flavorless.
Maybe we're talking about different threads but on the "who's been to jail" thread, most of his posts don't have a single downvote.
Anyone else notice that you haven't been getting them recently? Makes u think...
Burned the most calories would probably be the closest metric.
Not a NASCAR fan either, but is that really why they like it? I always assumed it was the speed and the calculated moves/skilled passes. If they want to see crashes, that sounds... pretty morbid...
I think I did the calculations wrong; I ended up with fahrenheit per hour.
For those who, like me, did not know who Elijaah Goins was: http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/elijaah_goins_972517.html
Apparently he's a senior entering his third year as a walk-on playing at the safety position.
This is the first I've heard of this as I'm not much of an NBA fan, but if I were, it would really suck to be a Cavs fan in an opposing team's city, get tickets, and then find out when I get there or just a little while before tip-off that none of the stars you wanted to see were going to be there. Assuming you wanted to get rid of those tickets, which, not everyone might, good luck with that...
I agree that while your first solution would help with the issue, you're right, there's no way the NBA is letting go of that much revenue. Incentivizing games could be tricky as well. What if a team has a hot start and sizzles? Does the game lose its bonus value? I think a system could be developed, but teams might not be very happy about it haha.
Well, L'Christian Smith does want to play basketball...
It's always nice being able to bring up 2014 to bitter TCU/Baylor fans.
Deforrest Buckner just about collapsed due to the pace if I remember correctly. Barely made it off the field before lying down on the ground to rest. It's a great way to destroy a team physically and mentally.
If you're offering free sushi in japan, you don't need to pay me a dime.
Cool, Tom. Sorry that the snow was so terrible for you. Let's agree that you don't come back to Ohio, then, lest the wind hurt your face a widdle bit.
He stayed for our playoff games even though he was hired at Houston, didn't he?
Give her that Nokia you've got in that one drawer. You know the one, everyone has it. She won't have to recharge it, she can still play Snake, no snapchat, and it's indestructible. Or if you threw it out, they're re-releasing it this year so there's your chance.
Jim Harbaugh gets a brilliant idea: Host their pro day on the tarmac in the hopes of getting a nice tailwind. Get ready for O-linemen running 4.3 40s.
He closed with the rhetorical question asking teams if they wanted a linebacker or a "candy striper" who was nice to people at the hospital.
Or is it too much to ask for a linebacker to just show a baseline amount of human decency?
As a Bears fan, I've stopped caring.
All three are good. It seems that he's saying Conley showed some really great consistent play and by virtue of playing more than a season with good results, is more reliable than Lattimore. The "during stretches" part does mean that Lattimore has top-notch ability, though. (Disclaimer: I did not read the full article, just your excerpts. Will read when I get home.)
He just sees Wade as a more natural cornerback than Okudah, and Okudah a more natural safety (and thinks he'll end up there eventually).
Thought I heard something during the recruiting process about how Okudah was determined to play as a cornerback. Anyone else remember this?