No worries, but be careful, too many fist bumps can lead to arthritis.
I think you may have misunderstood my post. I am not saying "if they take this away they will take everything away", rather the can of worms they are opening is to create an avenue for students to engage in even riskier activity like jumping into the Olentangy River.
Why not ban polar plunges too! Hell, ban swimming entirely, because people drown in water. If the university ends this tradition I feel they are opening up a can of worms (the devil you know is better than the devil you don't). As others have mentioned, it is a typical knee jerk reaction by our overly PC university. Life is about experiences, some come with risk, and this was a wonderful experience for me when I participated as a student.
Also, I always thought mirror lake was at its most beautiful during the fall and winter, draining it during those months would be really disappointing.
While this is an awful tragedy, I don't believe a tragedy justifies ending a particular activity.
Yelp isn't actually suing South Park and Comedy Central. The original story was posted on a satire website and is being spread around the internet. Yelp even responded on its twitter:
All that may be true, but the starting QB should not be having this many communication issues 7 games into the season.
Does he still change his shirt between podcast presentation slides? One slide he is talking on screen with a green shirt on, he clicks to the next slide on the screen, then when he returns to him talking on the screen he is in a blue shirt.
Kevin, I took Marc Smith's intro to accounting course back in the day, but it was co-taught with an extremely mean and hateful professor named Terry Zeigler. It is a wonder I was able to get past that class. I think Terry has left Fisher so count your blessings.
Second, Chik-fil-a must be accompanied with Chik-fil-a sauce.
Squirrel, I just read your post.
I am a little late to the party but figured I could still offer some insight. First, your best bet would be to go after Angie's List, the contractor sounds like a lost cause and Angie's List has the pockets. Second, a contractor/Angie's List cannot take your money and run. You only owe them for the services performed, so perhaps 1/10 of the $10,000.
A lot of times all this takes is a letter with the threat of a lawsuit on attorney letterhead to Angie's List and you can negotiate a refund of at least part of the $10,000. The amount of money may be worth your time to litigate, but it is not worth Angie's Lists. They want to settle ASAP.
I am an attorney who lives and works in Columbus, but I am licensed in KY, grew up in Louisville and have some contacts there. If your estate attorney can't offer you some advice, let me know and I may be able to figure out a way to get you some help.
Cash? What is this, 1900?
Takes a real man to admit he likes something, especially if it is not in line with what is popular.
I can't understand how people don't enjoy pumpkin rolls, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin granola, pumpkin pie, pumpkin toaster strudels, pumpkin beer, pumpkin waffles or pancakes with bourbon maple syrup, pumpkin pie moonshine (produced by my family's distillery), pumpkin oreos...every single one of them is delicious.
Hello Illinois, Rutgers, Maryland...
Is the talent agents first name Buster?
Why did I click?!?!
Vannett was the tightend in the first graphic, played the majority of the game against Oregon, and made some great blocks. I don't think the issue is on him not playing last year, rather he and the o-line are under-performing a bit.
Let me just say, I am fine with Cardale being named the starter. The only thing that gets me about the decision to start Cardale is Meyer's reasoning that Cardale started to end the season and JT did not beat him out. Well, Cardale only started because JT got hurt. It isn't like Cardale beat out JT at the end of the season to start. The only reason JT isn't starting is because he was injured, and I feel you give the injured player the benefit of the doubt and the first shot.
While reading Ramzy's article along with others from the 11W staff I have noticed the continued emphasis on poor perimeter blocking, as highlighted by Urban. The loss of Noah Brown may be more than just the loss of his ability to make plays, but his perimeter blocking ability. He climbed up the depth chart and was the No. 2 receiver, I would assume in large part due to his blocking ability. With him gone, we may have lost one of our better perimeter blocking receivers causing issues with our offense.
I have already watched the video a few times, but thank you. Your video misses the events leading up to this altercation though.
When I say inadvertently, I mean that the intent was not to shove Coopers head on the helmet. Pacman did not take him to the ground thinking "I am going to pull his helmet off just so it behind his head and then slam his head on it." In my opinion, the intent was to push Coopers head down and the helmet just so happened to be there. Remember, this all happened in a matter of seconds. Pacman already started to push Coopers head down to the ground before realizing the helmet was there. He stopped pushing Coopers head almost immediately.
What seems to be forgotten is the dirty play of Cooper leading up to this incident. They are both at fault. However, in my opinion this is not vicious. When I first read the comments on this thread I thought Pacman had intentionally ripped off Coopers helmet and hit him with it. That isn't the case at all.
Most amazing thing I have seen is a tie between two plays.
First, an incredibly quick wide receiver on my high school team literally broke someones ankles. Our WR was running down our sideline after catching a quick pass in the flat. The safety came up to make the tackle at about the 35 yard line but our WR stopped suddenly and cut up field finishing for a touchdown. We looked down and the safety was laying on our sidelines in agony, he had to be carted of the field with a broken ankle.
Second, playing Javon Ringer my junior year and he was returning kickoffs. Myself and another player were wedgebusters. The other player was a 4 time state and national powerlifting champion in high school and possibly the strongest pound for pound player I have ever seen. We were covering the kick and he was able to squeeze through unblocked and hit Javon square with a perfect form tackle at full speed but bounced right off him. Javon ran the kick back for a touchdown. He said he doesn't know if he has ever hit someone so hard and not have it affect them at all.
I played defensive tackle in high school. It was late in the 4th quarter and we were down 17-13 with about 3 or 4 minutes left. We needed a quick stop and the ball, we only had 2 timeouts. I broke through the line and strip sacked the quarterback on second down, hitting him with my right shoulder, helmet on ball and grabbing the ball with my left arm as we hit the ground. Offense took the turnover down and scored the game winning touchdown.
I lost my father at the age of ten and my would be father-in-law passed away when my now wife and I had been dating for a month. I can say with certainty that creating memories and experiences with a father (whether biological or in-law) as Ramzy describes is what causes me the most pain on a daily basis. My advice is to cherish the memories you can make with these special people in your life.
Very cool. We did not play Male as much when I was playing. Only in the playoffs/state championship, if at all. The decision was easy, I lived a decent portion of my childhood in Columbus and grew very fond of the city and university.
Just because Zeke ran the ball more with Cardale playing does not mean the offense was run to its full capability. Perhaps we ran the ball to keep it out of Cardale's hands? I know in the second half of the Oregon game that may have been the case.
A quick counter point. Cardale played very well in the playoff games, but I would argue we won those games in spite of some of his play, not because of it. The ineffectiveness in the redzone against Alabama and an interception, then 2 fumbles and an interception against Oregon. Cardale made plays, but he made some very costly errors as well.