My liver is really rooting for us to close it out tonight.
I logged on to post your final point. JT drove right down the field at the end of the half, it was a thing of beauty. This to me displays that they are capable of going uptempo, but I personally think keeping bodies fresh and healthy is more important.
I'm a student at Pitt, and ran into a football player today walking to class. I thought I had wondered in the road and has gotten hit by a car...
I was 7 rows up, and a total of 30' away from that when it happened! Was awesome.
I would add my top 5, but every name I would really consider adding from my 30 years has been said already. When I teach my kid how to swing a bat, videos of Jr. will be used. That being said, I always loved watching Chipper Jones at the plate, he is one of the best switch hitters of my generation.
Buford made 2?!
Saw them play in the Q in 2011 when they played GMU. (The year they lost to Kentucky in the sweet 16) It was a great time.
My guess is it has something to do with that, as well as his relationship with Hector and the Mexican cartel. Such a great show! By the way, there's a YouTube video I found showing the scene in question. I'll upload it when I get home.
He was mentioned by Saul at one point in the show, I read an article about it while I was waiting on the season 2 premiere
It's my favorite thing about the show so far. Without Br Bad, it's a good show, but the constant references to my favorite show of all time really keep me intrigued!
I love the "easter eggs" in this show. I flipped my shit when I saw Ken last night.
It's also not a good look calling Hairball Slipping Jimmy... Better Call Saul doesn't deserve that kind of disrespect.
Thanks, now I have to search your previous posts to give you the well deserved upvote. SP gets me every time.. I'm super cereal.
Currently renting in Swissvale until our old house sells, going to school at Pitt. Probably going to buy in the Mount Lebanon area eventually.
The wife and I went to the home opener last year (she's a Tigers fan) and stayed in Ohio City. I loved it. GLB, West Side Market and a ton of bars on West 25th.
As a diehard Indians fan living in Pittsburgh I agree 100%.
I think Feb 15 at 10. Hoping Slipping Jimmy becomes Saul Goodman soon.
Can't wait for the season 2 premiere.
Well, I love South Park and my grandparents, so that means I should enjoy it... Right?
Makes me think of the wicked subtext episode of South Park. On a related note, I really want to see Book of Mormon.
Right there with ya buddy. Can't wait to gloat, just a little bit.
It's at WTAE, staying at the Sheridan at Station Square.
Primanti Bros is great, and who doesn't love a boilermaker every now and then?