Didn't know President Gee was a terrible driver.
The 100 is in reference to "Keep it 100" aka "Keep it 100% real".
Just calling it like I see it. People from Cincinnati consider themselves Cincinnatians first, Ohioans second. People from anywhere else in the state consider themselves Ohioans first, city (if at all) second. Like I said, very city-stateish.
Boy, starting this thread is really shattering those stereotypes.
I like Cincinnati. It's a pretty city with some nice areas, but there are times where I just have to roll my eyes. If someone from Cincinnati travels across the country and someone asks them where they're from, they'll say "Cincinnati". If it's someone from anywhere else in the state, they'll say "Ohio". It's this attitude that gets me the most. If it came across more as pride for the city rather than disdain for the state it would be more tolerable. Very insular. Very city-stateish.
As long as you like the Buckeyes though, I don't care where you're from.
So true. If you extrapolate those numbers killed (2% of the population), almost 7 million would be dead based on today's numbers. Almost unfathomable.
Couldn't help myself. If the mods don't like this, please remove.
Poor comparison or not, the overall point remains; there are still expectations that both parties are supposed to fulfill. You're telling me that a player has a RIGHT to be on the football team even if the medical staff and coaches are uncomfortable with the status of their health and physical abilities?
If they are capable of putting on pads and practicing? Yes. Just because he was graded as an "A grade" player when you offered him a scholarship, doesn't mean you should pull that offer if an injury is going to limit him to being a "B grade" player.
I know times have changed in terms of safety, but it's just as dangerous these days on the internet with bullying and predators as it is outside in the neighborhood.
It's actually safer today than in days past, but the media just covers these cases much more now. It's the same way with air travel. If you watch CNN, you'd think there was a plane falling out of the sky every 15 minutes when in reality, flying has never been safer..
Hands off my supplies.
^ Just bought in to the pyramid scheme.
Urban is going to treat Blacksburg like Rome treated ancient Carthage. Sack the city, burn it to the ground, and then salt the earth to make sure their shit don't grow no mo'.
This one from OldGregg in the Deadspin comments had me dying:
Commentators later added that Hayes has a flashy, naturally-gifted vocabulary, in contrast to his gritty libraryrat teammates.
Baylor joins them. Poor showing by the Big 12 so far after they've been considered the top conference all year.
Can I enjoy it with my black friends too?
I would gladly pay double the price if you guys could print me one in a 2X Tall. These normal length shirts turn into belly shirts on me.
Pick every team with a 1, 2, 3, or 4 seed to win at least two games and reach the Sweet 16. If upsets happen here, they are exceedingly rare and hard to predict. Advance those 1 seeds an additional round to the Elite 8.
Pick one 12 seed to upset a 5 seed, one 11 seed to upset a 6 seed , and at least one 10 seed to upset a 7 seed. Don't pick those teams to win more than two games though. They usually get bounced out in the Sweet 16 round.
Once things get to the Elite 8 and beyond, it is perfectly acceptable to pick some upsets (3 seeds and 4 seeds can and often do upset 1 seeds or 2 seeds). Don't put anyone below a 4 seed in the Final Four (unless it's Michigan State because Izzo is a fucking wizard).
Pick Kentucky to win it all.
The selection committee loves manufacturing potential side stories. If, and that's an enormous if, they get by VCU, that puts Ohio State and That Matta against Arizona and his former assistant Sean Miller. Rematch of the 2013 Sweet 16 matchup that the Buckeyes won.
Kaylee from Firefly. Mechanic. Fixes all our vehicle needs.
Elliot from Scrubs. Doctor. Every team needs a doctor.
Thirteen from House. Doctor. Everyone who has played Oregon Trail knows you need two doctors.
Lana from Archer. Spy/Guns. Can scout out and infiltrate other groups. Recruit them or steal from them.
Molly from Fargo. Deputy Sherriff. Keeps her cool in dangerous situations.
Omar from The Wire. Guns. He robs drug dealers. Think he's scared of anything?
Boyd Crowder from Justified. Explosives. Surely will come in handy.
Philip from The Americans. Spy/Guns. Can scout out and infiltrate other groups. Recruit them or steal from them.
Robert Irvine from FoodNetwork. Chef. I'll be damned if I'm eating bad food.
Castle from Castle. Entertainment. Lots of downtime. He's a writer and a joker.
Does that make us the Night's Watch? I'm ok with this.
More than 5 years. Less than 10 years. That would give him an 8-12 year career at Ohio State.
Wow. Nice shots. Throw up a link if you have your full portfolio online. I'd be interested in seeing them.
As long as we're not an 8 or a 9 (and staring down a 1 seed in the 2nd Round), I don't really care where we're seeded. Anywhere else gives us a decent chance to make it to the Sweet 16, and that might be this team's ceiling this year.