True, but the watchlist has been expanded to include non-jigglies (for this week, at least). I think you're still safe, though, as long as everyone is a consenting adult.
Careful, the staff is on guard for inappropriate content (Google is watching, too).
Oh, I know, but faux-grammar curiosity just doesn't have the same ring to it.
Who goes on vacation with their cousins?
The way I see it, you have a couple of options:
1) Pray for an overbooked return flight. Volunteer to give up your seat. Watch the game at the airport bar. Sleep off your victory celebration on the red-eye home.
2) Get to Dallas right away and contrive a way to get yourself into the isolation ward at Dallas Presbyterian. Then self-quarantine yourself for 21 days, or maybe just have a hot coffee before taking your temperature and declare yourself unfit to fly by the new CDC guidelines.
Or you could just change your return flight, but that's much less interesting.
So, we've finally transitioned from grammar nazism to faux-grammar nazism. I guess it was just a matter of time.
Florida State forfeits still count as wins because of the character and maturity shown by Jameis Winston in overcoming all the distractions.
Georgia forfeits still count as wins because even a forfeit against an SEC team is better than a win against anyone else.
You mean wrold wide leader, right?
They should use that play in referee school to teach what offensive pass interference looks like.
I agree, but while I was watching with my fan glasses on (and not my Ross and Kyle trained eyes), it seemed like they were loading the box to stop the run and Hoyer has to be able to get them into the right play and get the ball to the open guy. I know they brought pressure, and there were drops, etc., but there were way too many plays where guys were open and Hoyer did not get them the ball, or get them the ball in a way that they could do something with it.
I hate to say it, but I think Manziel might be better-suited to run the Shanahan offense. Hoyer has shown that he lacks the arm strength on those throw-back plays that seem to be a big part of the Browns' play-action passing game (even the two he completed last week were woefully underthrown). I also think that Hoyer's accuracy is subpar, and not just in yesterday's game. I think he is smart and a good leader, but I just don't think he has the tools to be a QB who takes a team deep into the playoffs.
Johnny might not be the answer, but they need to find out. Sooner rather than later. Maybe now. I can't believe I just said that.
Love Coach Johnson, but he's way down the list of reasons the Buckeyes will win on Saturday.
I haven't heard it since the Orange Bowl, and "Hurtin' Buckaroo" is still the most overused phrase on OSU game-days.
Did I mistakenly click on the Favorite Cereal thread?
Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara and The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara if you're into historical fiction or Civil War era.
If he can't beat out Greg Little for a WR job, I think his best hope is that someone needs a body at QB later on this year. Maybe he can get some serious WR coaching and try to recreate himself in the off-season. He certainly has the athletic ability, and if someone is willing to sign Little, TP's hands can't be any worse.
On Ludlum, I enjoyed The Road to Gandolfo, which is a bit of departure from his typical cloak-and-dagger stuff, and outrageously funny in its political incorrectness.
I was reading through this thread, thinking of books I've enjoyed that aren't yet listed, and Three Men in a Boat (and Doomsday Book) reminded me of one of my favorites from years ago: To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis. It is historical fiction (which I really enjoy), and is laugh-out-loud funny at times. I've read a few of her other books, but found this one far and away the best. Doomsday Book is good too, but not as lighthearted since it is set during a bubonic plague outbreak.
I really enjoyed 11/22/1963. I never really read Stephen King before (because I'm just not into that genre), but am a big fan of historical fiction. I thought it bogged down a bit in the middle, but in general it made me wonder if I was a little premature in, um, writing off King's work.
Are you monitoring your temperature?