Not unexpectedly, the tweet was deleted.
Paul! Are you listenin' to me?!?!
Oh, we had a remote control when I was growing up. It was me, too.
REMEMBER, REMEMBER THE FIFTH OF OCTOBER. I often contend 1986 was the best year in which to be born. (Okay, maybe 1992.)
I disagree. I contend that 1979 was the best year. Smashing Pumpkins even wrote a song about it.
FWIW, Kyrie helped him up after the play. Even he didn't think anything of it.
In all honesty, it looks a million times worse in slow motion.
Just beat me to it SKK! :)
Uh, unless my memory is wrong, MJ had 6 finals MVPs.
Thank you for all you've done for us fellow 11-Dubers. You will surely be missed!
This seems appropriate.
LMAO. Well played, 3M, well played.
I think Bill and Ted sum up my reaction to your post (no offense):
Wow. I got chills watching that. I can't imagine the feeling, as a player, to get that phone call. It's a culmination of lifelong work to get to that point that so many people only dream about. Congrats, Taylor!
I feel old asking this, but can anyone tell me what "RTR" stands for?
I've worked in a few hotels, PD. Aside from going online - which will get you rates better than anyone at the hotel can - the biggest trick is understanding room availability. If there are a lot of rooms available, asking for the "Best Available Rate" can get you a better rate than AAA/AARP, which is only 10% off the Rack Rate. (FYI, Rack Rate is the regular, undiscounted rate.)
Also, if you know the area is going to be busy when you are travelling, check prices well in advance at multiple hotels. That way you might be able to benefit if one of the hotels is slow to up their prices in anticipation for the high demand.
Too Long, Couldn't Read
??? Says you?
EDIT: NVM, you went back and embedded the tweet.
I think you mean for all "intents and purposes." Unless the purposes are actually intensive...haha
Spot on Bucknutz
Indians' five new veteran hitters (Davis, Napoli, Byrd, Uribe, Cowgill) went 1-for-15 with 12 Ks today.— Zack Meisel (@ZackMeisel) April 5, 2016
Not to be too technical, but a "proof of concept" would be actually applying it to the field and showing that is successful. Until they actually do it in real life, there is not "proof of concept." This is simply showing what the "concept" would be.
I can't argue with that.
The LOI binds the student-athlete to the school, but not the school to the student-athlete. The Financial Aid agreement binds the school to the student-athlete but not the student-athlete to the school.
Good call, Phickell. Not to mention the multiple Favre jerseys in the crowd, too.