Yep. Everyone should read this book. Same goes with The Wealth and Poverty of Nations by David S. Landes. I'd recommend reading them back-to-back.
A boring day at the office? LOL. Meh, I'm bored at work. Time to drink some crotch liquor.
You forgot about that incredibly blatant offensive PI on the Cincy TD you were referencing. Refs had their pick of a slew of penalties on that play.
O-OOOOOOO, O-OOOOOOO, O-OOOOOO, U-C-ya later. (They LOVED that one real loud).
I think it's called the Metric System or something. But heroin jokes? That's just numb.
Frequent crier miles?
Out of control actions and mistakes? Check and check. Now, it's time to start climbing back up!
A leap? More like we took a fall down an abandoned mine shaft.
Not that I know anything in particular, but I imagine that a loss like that could possibly cement some recruits that were leaning. If you were on that sideline and seriously considering OSU, there is a possibility that something clicked and you thought "That's it. I'm in. Nobody does that to us and I'm going to do something about it." I really hope there were a few guys that felt that burning humiliation and realized "Oh my God. I'm a Buckeye, and I'm not going to take this shit."
Sometimes losses like this just further the resolve in people and drive them to redemption. In the case of recruits, If they felt like even the slightest PART of this program before/during, then it's possible that loss galvanized it. Of course, the opposite could be true for some. But a recruit that commits after last night has that innate quality that makes a future big-time sonofabitch for an opponent to deal with. Here's to hoping that a few of them had this self-realization.
Awesome! I literally JUST finished collecting the entire Conan The Barbarian comic book series. All 275 issues from 1970-1993. And the Mad Max quote goes on the VISITORS tunnel entrance.
Yeah, no doubt. Doesn't he know that there's no "i" in November???
Those aren't pillows!!!
I'd say somewhere in the neighborhood of 100%, but then it may be a major NCAA violation bc who the hell really knows what's a violation and what isn't anymore?
"Smash through to victory" would have been acceptable.
It should say "Two men enter. One man leaves."
Some of my personal faves from today's game:
1. "OSU has had great players for...30 years." (Uhhh. 30 years, huh? That's it?)
2. "Ohio State hasn't gone without a TD in the 1st half since October of 1911."
3. "Navy's Defense was ranked 80th in the NFL last season."
Verne-o! C'mon Vern-o!!
I thought the same thing. A redux would be beyond our wildest dreams, but I got this feeling that it's gonna be a demonic, bloody slaughter tomorrow. If we were them, we would very seriously try and put 100 on the board.
Right. And the disturbing part is that the other Bosco guys in that pic will probably play at least 1-AA football on scholly.
Sigh. Me too.
No doubt. Especially when said state is....fuggin Indiana.
Throw Kent State into that mix. At least they did when I graduated in 2000.
And then you'd have an even harder time putting him in the same league as Staubach, a Hall-of-Famer.
I got hit with an "All-American Cocksucker" bumper sticker on the passenger side door near the bottom. Didn't know it was there for a few days.
I am deeply honored to be 31 years to the day older than 11 Warriors. I always knew you were a Leo too, 11W.