I have 76 in my account I actually use. I have a separate account that gets the majority of the junk. It's well over 10,000.
Thanks for the insight. There's been so many meltdowns on this site over the years it's sometimes hard to keep them all straight.
Maybe an unpopular opinion, but I thought the movie was a disappointment. I would rather watch Godfather 3. I just feel like the parts of Johnny Cade and Ponyboy could've been played much better.
Was he the one that had the epic meltdown after the VaTech loss?
I'm okay with that. Maybe someday you'll contribute something to the boards that I feel is worthy of my praise, but I can sure as shit tell you it won't be in haiku, meme, or memeku form.
Great Ramblings Y-Town.
He also did not make the tournament in his last 5 years and finished in the bottom half of the conference in the last 3.
Dayton is a football powerhouse too. Jon Gruden went there.
I know there is still one in Bellefontaine, and I'm pretty sure that Hillsboro has not only a Rax, but also a Ponderosa and a K-mart if you want to take a trip back to the mid 90's.
An artist that hasn't been mentioned yet (maybe, I kinda skimmed through the thread) is John Mayer. Dude is incredibly talented on the guitar.
I also think Taylor Swift is a pretty good songwriter and enjoyed the 1989 album.
Also this entire thread reminded me of this scene from Tommy Boy.
I wonder if he learned about rowing boats and stuff while he was there or am I thinking of the wrong directional school?
I self modded my post. Trying to be less of a dick is hard sometimes.
All those "contenders" and the only guy that won couldn't throw for shit. Maybe there's more to quarterbacking than just throwing the ball.
Thank goodness there's more than just throwing because I've read that JT has a weenie arm.
Mama's Pasta and Brew is still there, but right outside the door is the fence where the newest construction is taking place. Supposedly they've given Terry space to move to when they get ready to tear down the next stretch. Hope he can make it in his new digs.
LOL, Go Bucks!
It's much better now than it was 15 years ago. Then there were no bars and I still believe that forced the drinking to house parties directly leading to the riots after the Michigan game in 02.
The inclusion of Wal Mart confused me at first too. I'm thinking that college students know it is cheap. Also, I'd be curious on the demographics of students, but most of them might come from smaller cities and areas where Wal Mart is the predominant retailer.