Watched the Waterboy last night, and I was reminded of how desperate Michigan can be at times.
Wallace! Wallace! Wallace!
Can we please consider the nickname "Braveheart"?
Ever see it in reverse? The change from happy/sad is a bit eerie:
Kevin Feder, a future member of the line.
sure didn't think I'd hear "Kevin Federline" in the same sentence again. I like this one way better than the guy who raps and used to be married to Britney Spears.
Ed Hochuli, probably the most in shape of all of them, is only 6'0", 185
yeah, but what about his other arm?
Mayweather is a woman beater. I will never root for him.
Nirvana/Army Ranger article is a good read. Guy is pretty intriguing.
Yes, I had those same feelings towards everyone wearing cowboys gear. And patriots. And Yankees. I wasn't referring to people that have a genuine tie to a city, as is seemingly your case. Dial it back? Come on man, it wasn't supposed to offend or scare anyone. Just one man's opinion. Maybe you could stand to relax a bit as well?
My hatred was nurtured through interactions with "those types" in my hometown. I get it, the Bengals haven't won a super bowl. I still root for them, as I always have, and always will. Like when dad and I were sitting at a bar one time, and dad was reading the paper while wearing a Bengals shirt. Enter southern Ohio Steelers guy who has never been to Pittsburgh "bengals? Can you even read that paper??" My dad is a retired attorney and still sits as a judge. Yes, he can read. Unprovoked manifestation of insecurity.
Mmm, spring rolls.
I really need to go for a run, because I'm slowly becoming Homer Simpson.
UV. Every. Damned. Time.
I grew to hate UK for the same reasons I grew to hate the Steelers: people in Ohio rooting for other state's teams. "Bro, I've always been a UK basketball/Steelers fan!! It doesn't matter that they were good!"
No. You're a fan of those teams because you or an older family member decided at some point that it was much easier to affiliate with a winning team, without putting in the blood, sweat, and tears, and claim some other team's history. Also, "coincidentally", most of these people are in scarlet and gray for the other half of the year. Makes my skin crawl.
It would take 3 vines to show my entire 40.
He's a graduate student?
I wouldn't care if I had an exam right after spring break. It would give me time to casually look stuff over a bit over break as opposed to trying to study while also preparing for/going to regular class.
I'm aware of the commenting policy. What's your point?
I can't say that your comment left this thread in better condition than you found it.
He looked a little banged up after the game.. Do not draft this kid, he's fragile!!!
I knew I shouldn't have opened this thread. I have an appellate brief due on Monday, oral arguments over it on the following two Wednesdays. My weekend is awful; I just want to drink, and eat ribs, and overseed my lawn, and have a baby, and watch basketball like you guys..
Most of the major players have already been represented, but, if we're counting Five Guys, yeah, I love Five Guys. Oh, some are claiming Chipotle? Then, Chipotle. But if we count Chipotle, don't we also have to count Piada? Ok, Piada.
If it's traditional style fast-food, Sonic is my favorite burger out of the pack. #2 Super Sonic Size with Chili Cheese Tots. If it's one of the more famous group, then I'll take Wendy's over BK or MCD any day of the week. I worked at Steak N Shake for years and still love their burgers.. Especially the Garlic Double, that thing is ridiculously tasty.
Worst: Tough... I'm not really picky, and I can usually find something I like anywhere. I'd say McDs are my least favorite burgers though. I thought In N Out was very over-hyped by the hipster crowd. I did the animal style and everything, and it was decent, but not earth shattering like the guy who just watched The Big Lebowski for the first time always seems to think.
At first I wanted to get mad at you for the Seinfeld comment, but, I can see the argument despite his show being one of my favorite sitcoms of all time. An argument can be made that Larry David was the creative force behind what made that show so good, especially when you bring in Curb Your Enthusiasm as evidence of his brilliance. You're still wrong about black jerseys and Skyline though.
I had Whataburger once, and it was incredible.
I worked at Steak N Shake for 6 years, what's wrong with the chili?