I used to read a book to my kids when they were little titled "It's not Fair!". It is designed to discourage whining and complaining. Someone should send Harbaugh a copy of it.
I think of Frey every time we run option now.
I became a fan the year of Earle's last season. Went to school the Cooper years. Those pitiful years have fostered in me a deep and unrelenting hatred of Michigan. Too many seasons ruined at their hands. Fuck Michigan.
And hoping that they get humiliated.
I wish one of them would have answered "No, because Fuck Michigan". But they said the absolutely right thing instead.
T.C. Aka Theodore Calvin.
DJ, did you "forget" to turn on the porch light? That would explain the absence of trick or treaters.
yeah I think he's a moron.
I figure this loss combined with UM ranked higher and full of arrogance just means we'll be pissed off and destroy them in November.
And Iowa paid for it.
Reminiscent of Carlos Snow for this old timer.
I'm in Marysville. Severe storms heading towards Columbus. Sure glad I'm not in the Shoe today.
My wife thought I was having a heart attack during that play.
I joined in 2012 primarily because of the excitement with Urban's hire and his first recruiting class. Found out about it through Bucknuts in a 30 day trial membership and have been telling friends and sharing your articles on FB ever since. Congrats on 10 years and thank you!
Eddie! Eddie! Eddie! That chant and him standing on the bench at the closing moments of the Illinois game acknowledging the crowd is my most favorite memory of this season.
I'd say pay them. Even if they're unjust tickets, the reality is that if they show up on your driving record or credit report, it will cost you much more in the long run. Employers nowadays run credit reports/background checks and it would be unfortunate to have something like this cause you to miss an opportunity.
I'll ask 305, but this question goes to anyone who can answer it. Since Haskins is signed, is it ok that he is so public about mentioning/recruiting prospects? I'm not an expert by any means and would appreciate someone clarifying what's ok and/or if when it's no longer allowed.
I added up my tuition years ago for attending The Ohio State University and I was out less than $18k for my degree. Class of 96. Went 3 years to OSU Newark and final year at main campus. For those wanting an OSU degree without the massive debt, I still recommend branch campus/commuter student as a good way to go.
Not related, but the reply-all comment made me chuckle. One of my clients told me a story about how someone in management for a large Pittsburgh based company sent out an email to all employees (tens of thousands) that there would not be raises or bonuses that year. This was about 5-7 years ago. Anyway, someone replied to it about how it sucked and it went to everyone. Then someone replied-all to that and called the first guy out for replying-all. Over the course of hours people went back and forth, replying-all, and eventually clogged the email system and it went down. My client said he thought it was an easy way for the CEO to identify the bottom 10% of the company. Afterwards, apparently the IT department disabled the functionality of reply-all in their system so all recipients had to be manually added each and every time.
When I had my procedure, my wife's best friend made joke after joke about it. She even brought me groceries for recovery including a bag of peas. About a month later, we had her and her husband over for a barbecue. Peas were a side dish and I made sure to remind her of my procedure and ask her if they were salty after she cleaned her plate.
No problem. You may remember the bumper stickers for the Hartford Fair that said "Where in the Hell is Croton?". My family owned Clever Farms in Croton so I know that area well.
Centerburg. There were two Butts brothers in the Croton area, Harry and Dick. Nice guys but I always chuckled at their names.
Worst: Eddie fumbled twice against Illinois his freshman year. Best: Eddie went for 314 and chants of Eddie filled the stadium. Redemption.
He probably won't speak about it even privately, but I wonder what Dave thinks of this. He is one of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. He and his wife Donna are pharmacists here in Marysville and do a lot for this community.