Had to sign in simply to up its this one, but I promise, no lolly gagging. Well played sir!
Blaine Wilson (gymnastics)
But this goes back to the "At OSU accomplishments vs other/post-OSU accomplishments" question.
If you have any interest in Fantasy, the "Wheel of Time" series by Robert Jordan is amazing. It's a 14 book series, I just finished reading it the second time.
Another set that is very good is "The Sword of Truth" series by Terry Goodkind. He's a scientologist, and occasionally some of the philosophy shines through, but it's rare enough that I never got irritated by it.
Of course, there's always the Harry Potter series, actually all very good reads.
Start the toast with something like... "I was planning to prepare a toast ahead of time, but I spent the last 2 weeks trying to get signed up for a DVR package on my cable plan, so bear with me..."
JCU class of '97 myself... Masters at a DoD university on Bolling AFB.
Never fear you "sky is falling" Buckeye fans, the most common reason for people to get a torn meniscus is to stand up out of a chair. I have had more than one surgery to repair this fun and exciting condition, and it's not too hard to be back at 100% later in a couple months.
Shaq's highlight video might be my favorite of any so far. I love a sense of humor, music without a foul theme or language, and just a fun loving attitude. Combine that with solid play and being well spoken, and he looks like a great kid. Might be the first highlight video I watched all the way to the end in the last year and a half.
Dear Noah Spence, I just watched this great mid-season highlight compilation. Joey Bosa, the true freshman, was in on 3 plays, you showed up on 1. I know you're really happy for Joey and all, but I just had to ask... you cool with that? Time to do some work.
They actually do for a certain period of time. Their diets are strictly regulated because within a couple months of the season ending, they have to get their bodyfat back down within regulation. For a kid that age it's 20% or less, but the measurement system is seriously flawed. It is based off of measuring your neck and your waste and then doing a mathematical calculation where your height and weight is considered. I've seen guys with single digit bodyfat be told they were over at 22% because they had thick trunks (with 6 packs) and small necks.
Mike Mitchell's line has Munger's write up. Otherwise, outstanding summary! WhAt a sick class this is!