Obviously. Just an observation of irony.
Don't assume the worst (also an observation of irony).
A link in the Skully is also a story on NPR today, which means one of three things:
1. DJ continues to plagiarize work like he's done since middle school,
2. NPR is a horde of thieving beasts who had their way with our man, or
3. Both disparate forces have met in a bizarre synergy of coincidence.
I assume the worst.
Draft Day--when excellent athletes discover what I experienced when sides were picked for kickball.
Shout out to the Graham School and Dr. Meers from the AP.
10. Kamchatka Vodka!?!
God forgive us!
What happened to Warren Ball? Am I about to be embarrassed?
Because last year, when the best team "based on actually existing evidence" (be that Alabama, Oregon, or FSU) didn't win it all, you were all too excited to celebrate.
Practically every year, the "best team" will not win the National Championship. This is the norm. Not being able to expect, or at least accept, that historic reality seems myopic.
Does a Michigan St. sweatshirt appear in the background during the last 15 seconds of the Breaking Bad clip?
Semicolon: "The hot, new piece of punctuation"
...damn, dude. Forget disrespectful, that's just not smart. All you're doing is making yourself look bad. Good grief.
I'm fine with this take if we're willing to say the same thing about kids who roll into UM wearing Buckeye garb.
But we usually think that's pretty cool.
The bigger part of the area code overlay is this:
"Effective Jan. 30, 2016, 10 or 11-digit dialing – the appropriate area code plus the seven-digit telephone number or 1+ area code + telephone number – will be necessary for local and expanded local calls to be completed."
You're my boy, Poguemahone!
If people from Cincinnati were Yankees fans:
"Bah! Why should Urban Meyer throw out the first pitch at a Yankees game? We need to support the local college. I propose Al Bagnoli, Head Coach of the Columbia University Lions, do the honors instead. After all, he is the all-time winningest head coach in NCAA Football Championship Subdivision history.
And stay off my lawn!"