Herschel Walker isn't in the HOF already? Wow.
It almost isn't fair.
Go look at the ACC list. Bunch stinkers. Looks far worse than the Big 10
.045?! C'mon Northwestern...
Must say I'm slightly underwhelmed. Not on par with last couple Dream Teams, but still probably talented enough to bring home gold. Go Team USA!
Johns Hopkins. Things with too many s'es weird me out.
Gatewood BBQ? I think you mean Gates. Indeed, many KC BBQ establishments have seen better days. Jack Stack, Arthur Bryant's, and Oklahoma Joe's are still good. We'll see if Oklahoma Joe's can maintain its quality now that they're going national.
Why never any love for Wilt? The man averaged over 50 points and 25 rebounds a game in his third season, playing in every game.
Love the Pistol Pete mention.
Probably MJ first, though. Then O, then Wilt.
But you're not getting OSU football and basketball games via Sling or Roku, right?
I could see investing in physical silver as a tiny portion of one's investment portfolio, but I personally wouldn't recommend putting significant $$$ in a volatile and illiquid commodity.
I have dabbled a bit in precious metal ETFs because they are liquid investments; and some of them track the value of the physical metal. It's almost like owning the metal without physically possessing it. The big advantage is that you can sell it at any time, something you can't easily do with silver coins.
The iShares Silver Trust (SLV) is a commonly-traded ETF that tracks the value of physical silver and is a liquid alternative to possessing physical silver. Other ETF/ETN options that *may* or *may not* suite your investment strategy (read: commodities are inherently volatile and thus risky) include SIVR and USV, but you'll want to read up on those to make sure you understand the advantages and disadvantages.
Disclaimer so I don't get sued: always consult your personal investment advisor to weigh the advantages and disadvantages of any potential investment.