Just in time for "Sharknado 3"
They are beautiful . . . I did a hiking trip on the Wind River range a few years back, and also spent a day in the Tetons and a day in Yellowstone. Some of the most beautiful sights I have ever seen in my life.
I sort of agree with Nutty on this one -- in the Penn State/Joe Pa perspective, "a few more years" probably means about 30.
Usually head down to the gulf coast of Florida, the mountains of Tennessee, or the Carolina coast . . . but the best vacation I ever had was Hawaii -- a week on Maui and one on Kauai
I'm of the opinion the NCAA was in a punishin' mood and if we'd have self imposed that bowl ban they would have just said, "Nope, you guys deserve another year of punishment" and it's still 12-0 and no post-season for us. They were going to add another year regardless..
Funny, when I read the title of the post without reading the text, I thought, "this must be the kill Hitler post" . . . but remember, if you'd killed him then somebody more competent might have led the Third Reich and we'd all be Heiling and goose stepping right now :)
I'd have picked the LSU game . . . I wonder if that would have sent Les Miles to that school up north?
My son had to do a research paper in his technology class. He chose the new 'black phones' -- encrypted phones aimed at executives, people in the defense industry, and the crowd that doesn't want the NSA knowing what they are saying.
Actually, they sounded pretty cool in a James Bond sort of way.
Ever go out to eat and see the table next to you and the entire family is texting? (Shudder)
Oh, hell! That's a mirror.
But I agree with you, all this new technology seems dehumanizing.
Dark wings, dark words
Yes, I am 100% certain that was an insult on the inside and a compliment on the outside. Strange, I can admire the snarkiness.
But he is right -- Matta is underappreciated. We're just too football-mad.
Matta seems to think he is appreciated enough, though. OSU has some really great coaches at this time.
"Looks like I'm not having any Mayonnaise"
I honestly thought Carlos was going to be one half of the topic when I opened it too . . .
"He likes to watch"
Still better than Beth Mowins.
There is that saying that no Ohio State coach ever leaves on his own terms . . . but Urban is unique. My money is on "he stays until he wants to leave," which means until he retires, on his own terms.
Upvote for the dumb phone guy . . . I've got an older HTC. It's a smart phone, but it's on the low end of the spectrum. It doesn't do much more than let me catch scores while I'm away and text the kids. The GPS is really nice, though.
I think my kids are the binge watching generation . . . I'm just a binge eater.
Depends on if you are scrolling up or scrolling down.
Not jiggly, but . . . .
You know the irony of this?
He'll probably sign with the team up north and show up all excited to play . . . then Harbaugh will bolt back to the NFL and most of his staff will scatter.
All I know for sure is it was some guy who voted for Jerry Kill as coach of the year.
That was a fun show to watch and would have had to have been great to compete in. My cousin could have probably been the all-time grand champion of that show if he'd chosen to go on. He could turn junk from the junkyard into a McGyver-esque invention better than anyone I knew, growing up.
Once Barney left for the big city Mayberry went down hill. The show was so much better with that friendship in black and white.
I thought Police Squad was the funniest thing i ever saw on TV, and it had very good ratings . . . but the network was convinced it required the audience to pay too much attention. I also thought WKRP in Cincinnati was still at the top when it was cancelled -- more due to philosophical differences with the brass at the network. Sigh, what could have been.
Alright -- "Win one lousy national championship with a third string QB and people are treating him like he's Jerry Kill or Kirk Ferentz or something"