I'm happy to finally have a starter next year with a couple years experience in the system. After having TP and Braxton both starting the majority of their freshmen seasons, and both struggled at times, it'll be nice to have a guy with experience starting next year. And taking most of the snaps this spring will help both Barrett and Jones.
Are you saying that, as a business owner, it is your right to hire and continually employ those who exhibit drive and eagerness to succeed?
The day we have that debate is the day I delete my 11W account.
I don't expect this to change your mind, but hear me out. The fact that it's illegal doesn't deter everyone who wishes to try it. Keeping it illegal makes criminals out of otherwise law abiding citizens. The tax dollars used to police, incarcerate, eradicate (unsuccessfully, I might add) could be used to fight much greater threats to society. The fact that it's illegal makes it easier for those impressionable youth you mentioned to obtain it. As a 16-18 year old, it was easier to get than cigarettes. As an 18-21 year old, it was easier to get than alcohol. And if I so wish, I could have it delivered to my front door. I can't get a bottle of Jameson delivered to my house. Trust me, I've tried.
Legalizing it allows it to become taxable, creating revenue for the state. Releasing those incarcerated for possession saves resources to incarcerate actual, real-life criminals. Which also means cops can go about their day trying to solve/stop actual, real-life criminals. Will a few extra kids try it simply because it's legal status is changed? Probably. But is stopping a few hundred (thousand?) kids from smoking pot really worth the resources we go to to stop it? I don't think it is.
Like I said, I don't think this will change your opinion, but I do think there's a benefit to society to legalize it.
I hate Bert as much as the next guy but love that's he's the SEC's problem now. I hope he stays in Arkansas forever and keeps saying stupid shit like this.
They told me but I really don't remember. The surgeon said one bone was partially shattered if that helps.
Just the tip?
I've been asking myself that since it happened. I really have no clue how it broke so bad. I just remember stepping on the ice, my foot kind of rotated clockwise, I heard a couple pops, and then I hit the ground. Yeah, I don't get it either.
Yes. Downvote away. I deserve it.
This is like asking who is more attractive between Nancy Grace, Miranda Kerr, and Kathy Lee Gifford.
A Punnett Square on 11W? I've officially seen everything.
No offense, but if we wanted to read Tweets, we'd all be on Twitter right now.
First thing I tried as well. I can finally read One Day In September without looking all over for it.
Normally I hate change. But as usual you guys knocked this out of the park. Well done.
No, but I did see my Spanish teachers boobs in Puerto Vallarta. I should point out my Spanish teacher was hot.
Even better, it was a school trip. A few of us were walking around our hotel one night and passed this building where all we hear is pulsating music. The doorman invited the group of us in, about 10 total kids, all of us between 15 and 17. We thought it was a dance club. Next thing I know there are boobs everywhere and waitresses asking if we want cervezas. Si.
I drank my first beer in Mexico City. I was 15 and it was inside a strip club. Fond memories...
Those numbers are unbelievable! Props to Jason, Chris, and the rest of the staff. My days wouldn't be the same without multiple 11W visits.
I liked the one wearing all the Buckeye gear.
Come for the articles. Stay for the dick jokes.
He bought a Beamer, not a Ferrari. Relax.
Two quality coaches poached from the SEC in the last 24 hrs.