That play is definitely up there for me as well. And it gives me a good reason to post this picture.
Most of the time I find scary movies to be just "jumpy" scary not "real" scary, if that makes sense. With that being said, The Conjuring actually had me clinching.....tight.
Oh, and this...
My boss just walked in and said, "It's signing day, you excited?" Does this mean he is giving me the go ahead to spam refresh 11w all day?
Honestly, getting out of the AF was extremely stressful for me as well. I separated, started grad school, and moved to a new city all without a job for the entirety of my terminal leave (3-months). Ultimately though, I believe that someone with your credentials shouldn't have too difficult a search as companies A) love veterans and B) love MBA's even more. I wish you the best of luck, Captain.
P.S. I overcame it by tweaking my resume 7,435,173 times a day until I realized that I did have a lot to offer the civilian world and any company would be lucky to have me as an employee.
Cyber Systems Operator (3D0X2, Computer Nerd)
Joined to see the world, ended up an hour down the road in Dayton. Spent four wonderful years at the National Air and Space Intelligence Center.
I believe the SEC bagmen are petitioning to play C.R.E.A.M. at all their sporting events.
Easy buddy, I'm on your side. My question was to Jake.
If your employer told you that you couldn't drink at home, would you quit the job?
but, but, it's propaganda!
Amen, OSU07. I would upvote this into oblivion if I could. Hell I worked for a moving company back in the day and if you showed up with any facial hair you were immediately made to shave or be fired. Facial hair. Not an illegal substance or under the effects of alcohol. Facial hair. Yet, because that was the rule, I shaved everyday in order continue my employment. Not a difficult concept.
They sure don't. However, if my place of employment said I couldn't drink or do drugs and I did, I would be fired, as would most of the rest of the fine people that post on this board. They are called rules for a reason. Josh Gordon is free to do whatever he wants, but no matter how asinine we think the rules are, he actually signed up for them.
I'm not sure if it's just me, but all Lana Del Rey's songs sound to me like something you would hear in a super intense sex scene.
Howie Day. It's honestly impressive what one person can do on stage with just a guitar and some pedals. Sounds like he has a whole band. It's worth watching if you like chill music and have 30 minutes to spare.
If he comes to Columbus on his farewell tour, I will spend any amount of money to see it. Any amount.
I am comfortable saying that I absolutely love Taylor Swift and listen to her frequently.
Completely true. When Jalin dove for the ball he and Spencer collided.
I posted this last week, but I'll post it again for others that want to easily search posters from years past.
Nice catch! It was Illinois, and now is in there.
I have the entire 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 season on my Google Drive, you should be able to get them from there using the following link;
Also, you can just search Game Poster on here and it will bring them all up, albeit one at a time.
The World Cup, in my opinion, is way better than the NBA playoffs. Hell, even when my team loses (USA) it is still fun to watch the remainder of the games.
Thank you for brightening my Tuesday.
I believe they are actually doing it at halftime.