For better or worse, yes. The American Medical Association classifies it as both a medical and psychiatric disease.
Haha, yep. And im not older, just wiser.
Thanks, cool post. Really brings me back, but also makes me feel old as Hell
Please!! Use your mod powers to suggest that. I've had many people, over the shoulder, see me reading an 'Anything Else' forum topic and be like "what the fuck kind of website are you on???" And its not even laughable, it's just dumb. Pretty much impossible to defend as well, I've tried.
Yes Sir! Whatever you say Sir!
We could only hope it stays in the right hands and within the realms of science. Oil, for example, is finite and can only be extracted in certain areas of the world and then must be processed and refined etc. Theoretically, if the schematics were unlicensed, anyone anywhere could build a fusion reactor. It would be essentially impossible to privatize and meter it worldwide.
Just like I can go buy some solar panels and a wind turbine tomorrow and go completely off the grid. In a few hundred years, you can buy or build your own fusion reactor and power your shit for free. Theoretically.
This isn't just for "science nerds" like myself; this could drastically change the entire world as we know it. Harnessing the same fusion power of stars was long considered unattainable. It's now within our grasp... just don't tell that to the multi-trillion dollar energy industry executives. Incredible news.
Umm if you spell it with two T's, then yes, there is no "real word". However, that's not how you spell commit......
verb (intransitive) -mits, -mitting, -mitted
to withdraw from a commitment or agreed course of action
I haven't been around for a long time. Any reason why there's no up or down votes available in this particular thread or forum?
Thanks in advance.
Go Cavs btw. Shit game against GS And today though
We are completely out of sync and have no identity. The multiple QBs and receivers are arguing numerous times about which route was correct. Pounding Zeke up the middle and using play action results in a Michael Thomas TD. The next possession? No runs and float Zeke out in the flat for a pass play to the best running back in the country for a 4 yard loss
Against VT, simple slants result in huge plays because they literally had zero safteys back and 11 guys in the box. On the next series? We run options to the short side of the field against that same Bear front.
If something isn't broken, we not only try to fix it, we totally fuck it up.
Wish we would have scored that on lowly NIU
Without that pick, and pick 6 at that, we may not win this game. That's fucking sad.
Lucky break. Wonder if Minnesotas offense can keep their defense off the field for more than 12 seconds.
Not looking good. I was really hoping they would show up and put those salty ass TCU fans in their place.
This is the only logically correct answer to the question.
Dub, I have to admit, not completely. This was my Dad's favorite book and he handed it down to me. I've read most of it, but not cover to cover. I'll pick it up as we speak :)
Nice post. I love Cardale's son. Let's hope Erick* Smith can be just as good.
Edit: side note, Bama was close to catching that damn ball ugh.
Cue the 'where did he get the money for that convertible' replies on Twitter
If you've navigated here only just once, and you have because you're taking the survey, this is your favorite Ohio State site.
Haha yeah for sure. My brother lives in San Fran, but lived in Malibu years ago. Every day is freakin gorgeous out there.
@ Durham, sorry I meant to post this as a response to your previous comment.
Just for shits and giggles, I just googled it and scientifically picked the first result. Michigan State does not even make their list of top 25 jobs, they have the three B1G schools we already mentioned in there, but somewhat surprisingly to me also have Wisky and Nebraska ranked. Of course, this discussion is subjective, but something to think about. I would personally put Mich St in the top 25 and I disagree with some of their selections.
But Hell, another consideration for me would be to get the fuck out of Michigan, and that's not just because Im an OSU fan. That state is terrible. In his shoes, I'd probably give consideration to UCLA, Stanford, South Carolina, aTm, etc.
Texas, USC, Notre Dame, Florida, Alabama, LSU, Florida State, Georgia, just to name a few.
Just in the B1G... OSU, UM, Penn State, etc. are all better jobs.
Yes, he would leave.