Agree with you on BvS. I read all the critic hate but still went to see it anyway. It was badass. I'd see it again.
Rough Ryders' Anthem by DMX
The recruiting letter snafu was actually Curtis Enis.
He has long been motivated by Ohio State's marginal interest in
him when he was developing into the state's player of the year
as a senior. One of the school's early recruiting letters was
addressed to Furtis Fenis, a later one to Chris Enis. Yet the
path to making the Buckeyes pay has been circuitous. Enis was a
borderline academic case as a high school senior and thus spent
a year at Kiski Prep in Saltsburg, Pa., near Pittsburgh. In the
fall of 1995, Penn State put him at linebacker, where the
freshman played a few bewildered snaps in the season opener
against Texas Tech. Since the second week of that season he has
been at running back, and the chants of "Heis-man" that followed
him from the field last Saturday suddenly don't seem so
I thought the T-Mobile ad with Drake was good.
Clemson is the #1 team in the country. I'd say they're awake.
Hoops team was "Dabbin on them folks" the other night....
Wow, thanks for posting that Huber! Incredible precision.
I don't have a ticket to that game, but I may have to go to that Skully anyway.
I can't disagree. The talent on this record is mind boggling. Miles on trumpet. John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderly on sax. Bill Evans on the keys. Paul Chambers on bass. No wonder it's the most popular Jazz album of all time. I never tire of it. I listen to it several times a week.
Get well, Coach!
Jalyn Holmes... 0_0 Whoa!
Robert Nesta Marley.
You and I are in the same boat, brother! Except, Jamaica!
I've always been partial to Matouk's myself.