I wrestled at 112# at age 14. That is one big kid. 2x Yikes!
I lived in SC for a couple of years, and it was hilarious because they were so proud of being ahead of Mississippi and Alabama in the rankings (and no one else). But, the south will rise again!
I'm curious what Northwestern pays its athletes since its in the middle of the most expensive housing market in the B1G
This logic is an example of why Bama is near the bottom of education rankings. Motto: we're still slightly better than Mississippi.
It seemed like when I was a kid I got one of his cards in every pack of baseball cards I bought.
Don't know where you're located, but Wisconsin has never really gotten onboard with the overly hopped pale ale style. The German heritage of the state means that the smaller breweries produce lots of good Pilsner style beers, and more balanced ales. Sprecher, Lakefront, Central Waters, 3 Sheeps, MKE, and Ale Asylum are good breweries with regional distribution. If you're in the state, it's impossible to go wrong with anything from New Glarus.
I do think there are those in my field that deliberately cultivate the absent minded professor look. There are also those who really are that way.
I am a "tweener" as you describe. I was mostly a distance runner in HS, and was solid but not spectacular. I would also run the 400 a lot because the sprinters were lazy and didn't want to run that far- solid but not spectacular there, either. I only seriously started lifting after college, and I made quick gains to 225 in the bench, but pushing to 315 took a LOT of effort, and my distance running suffered during that time. I'm training for a triathlon now, so my max strength is down, but endurance is up.
anyways, my point was just that not all of us nerds are 95 pound weaklings in need of Charles Atlas training programs and fashion advice.
I have MS degrees in physics and EE, and can bench 315 and run the 5K in 21 minutes at age 38. However, I'm greatly in the minority, and am against posting anything on YouTube or social media.
There is also some weird thing about physicists not combing their hair in tribute in Einstein, I guess. And picking clothes seemingly at random from a dark closet with no regard for fashion or at a minimum semi decent taste.
It felt like it was 10 years long
It was interesting to see Europeans not know how big the U.S. is, and the 'muricans not know how big (or small) Europe is. Yeah geography class!
It still boggles my mind that Lawrence Phillips was drafted ahead of Eddie George
I'm taking Sam Kinnison
I hate poor free throw shooting, but I'm taking Shaq as a center, regardless.
If they do, can I get a promo for free? I'll guarantee a
positive, I mean, objective review
That's one way of dealing with the winter up here
That looks totally bad-ass, but I definitely can't spend more on a grill than I did on the wife's engagement ring
I posted this earlier, but Char-griller just started making on that's $300 at my local WalMart. I don't know about the quality, though
You can probably find a machine shop that can do it for you, for about $50.
Still mooing rare, please, for my steaks
Grill in -30 windchill, then we'll talk
I meant Jim Harbaugh, not Satan
Cast Iron? Awesome.
I've put an aftermarket addition on my Weber for searing steaks- a repurposed hair dryer connected to an inlet vent I welded on... (I can remove it and cover the hole, if I'm not using the blower). If I use lump charcoal, I estimate I can get the temperature up to 1200F, which is why I replace the charcoal grate frequently
The big green egg ones are 800 or so, but Char-griller just put one out that's $300