No complaints on my end either.. Like Dylan, I have always appreciated storytelling involved in Young's lyrics. This is a cool thread thanks for getting it started. I have started making an album list to jump into this weekend - so much for working today...
Yeah, man. I cycled through a few Stones albums to post up here, but I couldn't settle on one or two. Exile on Main Street is fantastic - all of the layering introduced with this album makes it one of my favorites.. Too hard to pick just one.
I was there and it was awesome to see them pouring out.. Almost as awesome as hearing OH-IO rolling around the stadium.
Solid. This Must Be The Place is one of my favorite Talking Heads song.. Welp, throwing this album on now.. Cheers!
I have a pretty eclectic music taste, but when I thrown on an album these are always on rotation..
We started using a flag a few years ago and it makes it so much easier.
I immediately thought The Sandlot when reading the title, so I was pleasantly surprised reading your caption. Its a fantastic movie and I also have similar memories from watching it growing up. Enjoy the rest of your day with the little ones. Cheers!
My dad tells me this story of when he use to deliver beer for a distributor here in Columbus and bumped into a Howard 'Hopalong' Cassidy and Vic Janowicz sitting at the bar just the two of them. He stopped over had a quick cold one with them before hitting the road.. I always thought.. How cool..
Full disclosure he was not driving that day. Although in the 70's he probably would have done so anyway.
I am all for replacing JT's runs with a more capable runner. Its a nice option, but he doesn't make people miss, plus the QB should not absorb that kind of contact frequently. I anticipate Samuel having a fantastic year..
To pass along a few suggestions: The Lost City of Z. The Devil in the White City. The Professor and the Madman. Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.
I generally lean toward non-fiction, but I will always throw in The Count of Monte Cristo when talking about books. Currently, I am reading A Song of Ice and Fire and I am really enjoying it.
+ 1 for The Count of Monte Cristo. I generally gravitate toward non-fiction, but The Count of Monte Cristo is one of my favorite books.
I was just talking about Community with a friend and they suggested I watch it. I recently finished up Parks and Rec and felt the same way - I cannot believe I didn't tune in earlier.
Agreed 100%. I also coach and we always harp on moving on every single play, whether you are directly in the play or backing up you are moving. If Upton hadn't given up on that it could have easily turned out differently. Love Naquin's hustle and of course his reaction after scoring. I've watched this 30x easily since Friday.
I am very much intrigued. I read where the game contains 18 quintillion planets.. Geesh.
It must be a PSU thing...
What a fascinating story - Thank you very much for sharing.
True. In this case, guess its one of those good problems. I with you on port - no thanks.
I understand his efforts to get players, recruits and their fans to rally around him and for the most part it seems to work. Someone mentioned in an earlier post that he's one that you love if he's on your team and despise if he's not - and I can totally see that. However, I do feel that these child like Twitter fights and how he chooses to engage social media will get old after a while and eventually become detrimental.
Indeed. However, last night in particular the Glenlivet was closer - Languorous for sure, but The Indians game was starting and quick decisions had to be made.. ha
Ah - the classic 'parents basement' comment. +1 for Peaches, however.
-A well adjusted and self sufficient millennial. Cheers!
I see your Dubliner and raise you a glass of scotch - which is (sadly?) what I had for dinner last night.
Much like the 2014 squad, we are going to see a lot of these kids come into their own. TG is certainly going to be one of them. Cant. Wait.