Absolutely did, but if you watch the races secretariat was allowed to run a lot more than Big Brown was. Can't remember that jockey, probably Velazquez, but he was doing everything shy of standing straight up from the start. He short armed the entire race, that horse had a lot more in the tank than what was put out. Its impossible to know obviously what would happen both horses going all out, I'd lean toward Secretariat, but the splits aren't the whole story.
Secretariat was something else, the only horse I've seen to compare would be big brown in the derby, one of the more dominant races ever. Jockey was holding him back the entire him, and he was still striding past everyone else.
And Kevin Love says he will be playing for the Cavaliers next year. Good week for the Cavs.
You can say what you want about just having differing opinions, but to me the name calling is a little childish, and I wish people here would be above that.
He might need a thicker skin, you definitely need to rethink name calling. Internet bullying is no cooler than bullying in real life.
He scored a TD on my high school in there. Not that that's impressive, but it's cool to see your old field in the highlights.
But which Buss is he throwing him under? Phil Jackson might object if it's Jeanie, this requires more explanation DJ.
Domi was a bad man, not the dude I'd want jump over the glass to fight. Classic hockey fights with Probert (who was a monster)
Supposedly he was just running away from a loud argument with a girlfriend, but still.
Of all the grammar things to go at you picked something he didn't mess up. It's like knocking them out, he slept them is slang for sure, but works.
I'd agree, but if they get relegated that means Benteke to Man U is 100x more likely. And although I'm sure DJ crying for a few days would upset his cats, I'd like to see Benteke stroll out on the field in front of Wayne and the boys.
Gettysburg is a special place, I used to live an hour or so from there. Took my dad (huge huge civil war buff) and it was like a whole new place. Going through town (he'd never been there before) he knew who was where, when they were were there, and where they went. Every field we were in he'd look around get his bearings (eagle scout) and say "Oh yea general so and so was supposed to be here, but set-up half a mile over there which ended up being the right place because" blah blah blah.
It's made up, it isn't real. All the people who died are still alive (well as far as I know, they didn't actually die on screen anyway) it has nothing at all to do with anything that's happening right now.
Sure if DJ had put a video of the rioters up and made some comment about how so and so would have taken care of that in some #take involving #TheWire then sure that would be on the line. He didn't he just put up a clip from the show as he frequently does.
The whole world goes around looking for things to be offended by, if DJ posting that is the worst of it then let's call today a win and move on to tomorrow.
So because serious stuff is happening in Baltimore the whole world should not reference a made up TV show that was set there?
I guess you can call me flippant too because I just don't see why that matters. They're protesting in Philly as well, does that mean no one is allowed to mention Rocky for awhile?
That was what I thought, whether he's a savage who tried to rip Love's arm off or not they still should have taken a look. Heck they reviewed Kyrie's play that was nothing more than a clean block where his forearm grazed Thomas' head afterwards.
Hit a couple big free throws to win a playoff game for Philly. Also I think he had the 2nd most triple doubles in the league this year behind Westbrook. Not saying he's the next Jordan or anything, but the dude has done well enough on a couple wholy mediocre teams.
Not even sure how to change it, but it was just about all the postgame stuff for anyone who switched over to watch it and listen to Campy mutter wisdom.
The only thing I can hope for with JR is the league can't say he knew he'd hit him in the face, he could have been just trying to hit Crowders arm off of his back.
Kyrie when asked about Perk basically said when it gets a little chippy Perk's gonna come in and put a stop to all that.
I saw it as he saw I think it was Isaiah Thomas coming and wanted to get Love away from the ball and just pulled on the arm. Either way that shouldn't happen.