Isn't he a little tall for a hobbit?
I think some sailors and airmen are going to find themselves doing some extra duty for this one. Chief of the Boat is going to be amused, but wonder where they found the time.
Not to get political, but it is un-American. Explicitly banned in the Constitution are Bills of Attainder (bills targeted at one person). It's a shame the NCAA is a private organization, they shouldn't be allowed to do that.
At that point, wouldn't it just be easier to have the kid take the GED test for his state of residence? That has to be a huge amount of money to spend on finding out his grades from a foreign country.
Time for Armani Reeves to be a GA for Tom Herman next year, then by 2019, he'll be the replacement for Ash as DC.
His recruiting pitch, "If you want to wear Armani, gotta play for Armani."
Maybe it's with his puppy? Dog got into something and ate it, and had to be transported to an animal hospital, right?
We need a book of your articles, Ramzy.
Yeah, and I left the bar before it was over. So mad about that. Plus I went to bed before the Sunday night game was over, also mad about that. Then I went to bed last night, thinking, "If I go to bed, maybe the Bengals will pull this one out of their a**." But, no, Mike Brown gonna Mike Brown.
Have faith. The Texans probably want Sackenberg, since B.O.B. was his college coach the one good year he had.
DJ, for your edification, the minimum number of days for the number of digits on the clock to be legitimately five digits, even for one day, is 10,000 days. 10,000 days is over 27 years.
The comparisons are there because he plays a similar style to his uncle.
Power plus me equals badness. I am a decent mid level manager, but give me full control, and stuff gets weird. To quote a great Ohioan: "I hereby state, and mean all that I say, that I never have been and never will be a candidate for President; that if nominated by either party, I should peremptorily decline; and even if unanimously elected I should decline to serve."
Now I have an excuse to visit my cousin during football season.
That sucks. False labor is terribly stressful on the whole family. Luckily when my mom's false hit, it was still two months from delivery date, and my grandma was visiting to take care of me.
Same here. I just go to the mail site, don't even do fantasy leagues with them any longer.
I don't see why I should get over the ESPN stuff. They deserve every bit of grief, however little, I can cause them. They deserve to be pirated and pilloried and destroyed by cord cutting. They can have their opinions, but if they refuse to provide me with the only content I want from them in the way I want it, they can go straight to hell. If I can't get VOD of only the Buckeye games in a digital format, then I just can't possibly give a flying frack about them.
But does he surf?
Mythbusters did this a while ago, with talking on the phone and driving, and while it's not a representative sample, the talking turned out to be more dangerous than drunk driving. Now just imagine texting, where your eyes are leaving the road. I still absolutely hate drunk driving, and have mixed feelings about J.T. since the incident (my cousin died after a collision with a drunk driver), but you might be correct in this case.
I've often thought of that particular question since Tatgate, and thought how much fun I could have just mailing a dollar at a time to rival school's players. Have it be certified mail, and for less than $10 a pop, (including certified mailing the certification to the NCAA), you could disable a rival team in no time. While it's a terrible thing to do, just thinking about doing it to TTUN or Bama puts a little smile on my face.
I can't stand Kelly either, and seriously think the ONLY reason he went to ND is that he couldn't get the top Catholic school players from Cinci to come to UC, so he went where most of them end up.
Xbox has fixed some of those issues, but it still drops framerates more often than the PS4 does. Although if you're looking at graphics, you gotta go PC.
For an older person, the interface on the Xbox will be more familiar, if you have used Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, since they are similar interfaces. That, plus the ability to do voice commands on the Kinect (although that might be a con, considering kids will mess with you doing that) makes the Xbox the choice for a younger family. I work in Electronics at a retailer, and my recommendation for parents with younger kids is usually the Xbox One, both for its new ability (next week) to be backwards compatible, and the ability of the Kinect to do motion gaming, plus it just has more kid friendly titles than PS4. However, if your kids are really set on playing some of the PS4 exclusives, you have to take that into account.
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Caveat, I will be buying a PS4 for myself. However, if I was choosing, and the kids are already used to motion games with the Wii Console, I would pick up the Xbox One, simply because of the Kinect bundle this holiday season ($50 more than the Xbox or PS4 by itself, direct from Microsoft only thus far). And the other thing to consider is if you could also get a good deal on the Wii U, would you want to upgrade to that too? Because WiiU is the only backwards compatible system, and if your kids are already into the Nintendo exclusive games, its the only console with those too. However, I would say go for the Xbox this year (since it's more than just a game console), and then wait until Nintendo has to drop the price on the WiiU again to upgrade that.