11 ounces each, eh?
good thing there are two in the box.
11 ounces each, eh?
good thing there are two in the box.
if you post it again, maybe it'll be funny? #persistence
on the contrary, good sir. i like Melt. as soneone who tips a scale at about 250ish, i like good food as well, and none of that nouveau cuisine "tasting menu" shit (although Jose Andreas' Minibar in DC was awesome). i just don't like burgers that don't taste like burgers. Five Guys burgers taste like burger for one bite, but then you get that Exxon Valdez grease slick in your mouth from the 15% lean meat they use, and you're done for. Five Guys wouldn't even be in my top 5 of fast food burgers; it's looking up at Wendy's for christ's sake.
we aren't Five Guys. we aren't overrated pieces of shit between two greasy pieces of bread that fat people flap their rolls at in excitement.
they just opened a Five Guys across the street from my office in downtown Yinzburgh. i can't wait to see the parade of diabeetus and gout wrapping around the block waiting to get inside. by 11:00am, i'm betting that its almost gonna resemble the line at the bus stop. yikes.
drop the Five Guys reference, and replace it with In-N-Out. go animal style or go home.
why does Heuerman's little tantrum drip of "i don't deserve a ticket because i'm a football player" obnoxiousness?
don't want a ticket? park somewhere else. or get a parking pass. quit being a whiny bitch. you wanted the Big 10 college experience? you got it.
i have a feeling that the bungles would draft a footsoldier from Boko Haram if he could run a 4.35 40 and tie his own shoes...
I think that Ohio State is much better equipped than most large fanbases to be on the right side of life.
With all due respect, I'm sure the lovely people of Happy Valley and Steubenville felt the same way. It's easy to be complacent about the hidden sociopathy that lies dormant in a large fanbase, only to tear forth with a fury when an event occurs that requires fans to choose between their moral/ethical values and their favorite football team.
Time will tell on our end, of course. When you mix hormone-crazed young men with an atmosphere of privilege and entitlement, its not a matter of if, but when. It can happen anywhere, and in time it will happen anywhere.
so of the three season's he's been eligible - we have a freshman year dumpster fire season bowl loss, we have a sophomore year bowl ban, and we have a junior year campaign that ended with a close loss to clemson.
seems to me that mr braxton is a realistic 0-1 in bowls with a pair of gold pants.
offseason sucks for sure, but this is a pretty stupid premise and not very comparable to other outstanding qb's.
that is even more closet-racist than "he's a terrific kid". well put.
"he's a terrific young man."
this one might be the most intellectually cowardly one of all: if you pay enough attention to the context of this cliche, it's almost always used by an old white male commentator as a derisive euphamism for saying that a black athlete talks and acts like a white kid in that "good, wholesome, civil" sense.
"he can shoot, he can pass, he can defend, he has great grades, and he's just a terrific young man." = "he can shoot, he can pass, he can defend, he has great grades, and by golly you'd swear he was white if you weren't lookin right at him."
his loss, not ours.
a million times this. the whole phenomenon of "overrated" vs "underrated" would be plausible if the ratings process was scientific or somehow objectively grounded, but its not.
if anything, the exercise is more indicative of systemic biases of rankers than the performance of teams.
as a pennsylvanian, i can attest that the whole 'minority factor' thing, while cliched, isn't necessarily invalid.
after all, pennsylvania is yinzburgh in the far west, philthadelphia in the far east, and f'n mississippi everywhere else.
the only reason that this state doesn't show up on any white supremacist heatmaps is because the soil is too rocky to plant crosses for burning.
reference complete with an entendre of uncle buck on the side?!
then again, a few years ago the Olympic governing body tried cracking down on snowboarders because they claimed marijuana to be a performance enhancing drug too.
grownups are generally stupid.
i say we start twitterbombing every single michigan football recruit emploring them to come to michigan. if we try hard enough, we could theoretically burn those fuckers to the ground.
even people who go to pitt/went to pitt aren't fans of pitt. at least in terms of football. basketball has a pretty solid following though. winter sports fans here are split between hockey and college hoops. fall is ALL pro football though.
lol. i'm a buckeye fan because, well, i'm an ohio state alum. i'm a pittsburgh fan because i was born here, spent the first 18 years if my life here, and overall spent approximately 20 of my 34 years on this planet here. its pretty easy - fair or not.
as for Huber? poor cat. if he's gonna be a player on the field, he'a gotta play like one. if any player on the PR unit thinks he can just stare down the returner as he cuts right up the middle and not expect to get his body mowed, he shouldnt be in the league. this wasnt some dirtly crackback block with a returner and his blockers trying to make the edge. this was just a straight up the middle "you know i'm coming, do something about it" play.
(waiting for the downvotes by bungholes fans who know they got outplayed badly by the shittiest team pitt has put on the field in 20 years. and by browns fans who are just doing what browns fans do on a monday after getting what's left of their heart torn out on national tv. again.)
i submit a 6th, possibly exclusive stage:
seriously - how many of us kinda/sorta knew the game was up the way that those fat pigs up north marched the field on us? the supposed matchup of the weekend was their D against our O, but we kinda all knew that our number was up with our stark-naked-exposed D against an O that finally learned how to play football.
being 100% honest, this is the first time in a long time that i've gone into a game hoping for the best but kinda expecting the worst. in retrospect, i should have gone into the Florida game feeling like this too after those fat pigs up north exposed us too.
its one thing knowing that you lost to a worse team...but maybe i just dont feel so down about this one because, deep down, i've been waiting for our D to finally let the other shoe drop?
oh, and get ready for footage of woody throat-biffing some undereducated clemson kid to be on infinite repeat in the leadup to the orange bowl.
i think we can pretty much shut down 11w after that post. nothing more to be said, really.
my god i just wanna truck anything that has the color blue on it.
did it before the 02 game. it was f'n miserable. probably like 10* out. this was pre-renovation, so generally when you landed, you either went thud into the mud, or you land on something and destroy your ankle/knee. which i saw. had to pull out some poor freshman girl who tore her acl or some shit because the water where she jumped was barely a foot deep. oh, and i think i stepped on a sunken corpse or something too. overall, it was fun to do once, but i file that on the "i'm too old for that shit now" shelf.
christ, hoke's had tummy growls registering 3.9 before.
herbie's gone soft in his old age...