Portland is the same way. Horrible weather. Rainy and cloudy all the time. Who would ever want to live there? haha :)
My Dad made the same recipe when I was growing up (it's right out of the Betty Crocker recipe book), with the only difference being that my Dad cut out the walnuts and the coconuts. We absolutely loved them!
That picture from the road to Mt St Helens is pretty freaky!
The drive along highway to Mt St Helens is absolutely gorgeous, and I suggest everyone - if they have the opportunity - to make that drive. There are 3 different places along the road where you can pull off and take spectacular pictures of Mt St Helens in the distance. The highway literally ends at the Johnston Ridge Observatory, where you have a view *into* the crater of the volcano (you can see the new growth that has been forming since the eruption.)
Even more confirmation :)
While it's disappointing that he wasn't able to be successful at Ohio State, it is great to see him do well at Duquesne.
Best site in the land!!!!
Best *Damn* Site in the Land!!! There, corrected it for ya. ;-)
I couldn't agree more, BuckeyeJ! Huge thank you to all the people who keep this site humming as beautifully as a Ferrari.
The map of where football players come from looks, in essence, similar to a basic map of the largest cities in the US (with the exception of Miami, which produces a larger volume of football players per capita). Is the explanation really as simple as "more football players come from areas containing larger populations"?
Unky, I believe it means that the balance of players are still uncommitted?
Love your profile pic, Scarlet. I've never tried lutefisk, but since a friend of mine warned me about what it really was, I probably never will! (***shudders***) :-)
50 yard field goals extra points
There fixed it for ya...
In my opinion, there is a huge difference between the two plays. First and foremost, in regards to the OSU-Cal gif, the Cal player is not only facing the blocker, but also the blocker is directly in front of where the running back is at that moment. Looking at the Texas player, he was attacking the defender from a blind angle *in addition* to being completely away from the play...
Those roundabouts were crazy! I drove up the A1 from London to Yorkshire and had to go around a few of them. I could never get comfortable darting out into those two-lane monstrosities!
Nice one, Skid. :)
And yes, my "mum" taught me that, too. haha
Cameron Johnston may struggle with driving on the right side of the road – literally
I had the opportunity to live in London for a summer (it was 12 years ago). Interestingly enough, driving on the opposite side of the road wasn't the most difficult adjustment for me while I was there - crossing the street was.
It sounds silly, I know; such a basic act of crossing the street. Yet I had to constantly tell myself to look the opposite direction when looking for cars. It always felt weird to look right when crossing initially, instead of looking left as we do here.
I sure hope you're right about the Browns, DJ. I'm trying to be as positive about this season as I possibly can...
A big thank you back at ya Miles. It was a pleasure reading your stuff on 11W and I wish you nothing but the best in the future.
It's gotta be a Fig Thing...
Edit: Maybe that shoud read "It ain't nothin' but a fig thing, baby."
Nice, Central! For what it's worth, I always thought Delaney looked like one of these guys:
Nice Profile pic! (From a fellow Buckeye in Oregon...)
Freakin' awesome! What a way to start the weekend!
I have suddenly become a big fan of the Allouettes...
Wow, those people in Northern Kentucky really take their public access tv seriously, huh?