Same here. That was so unexpected, it generated a snort laugh. And that was after I thought there wouldn't be anything better than the header photo!
"I'll take, '11w Topics That Make My Eye Twitch' for $200, Alex."
Regarding Ray Parker Jr., yes...and no. He was the "Ray" in the group "Raydio," which had a couple of chart hits prior to the group changing its name to "Ray Parker Jr. and Raydio" in 1980... and then he simply went solo in time for "The Other Woman" and "Ghostbusters."
tl;dr - still obscure, and none of these slap.
Hi there, just checking in to help push this to 200 comments - and dusted off this classic image in lieu of contributing actual content:
HAHAHA, holy crap - I watched The Six Million Dollar Man religiously when I was a kid, how in the hell did I miss this episode? THIS IS GOLD
Both cringed and chuckled at the title for this Situational, and enjoyed the contents therein. I finally feel ready for the season.
I wonder if he knows this guy...
'Tis indeed a great story...and was linked in yesterday's Skull Session ;-)
I was up in the back corner with most of the OSU fan contingent, where reactions mostly consisted of "WOW," "HOLY SHIT," and varying amounts of surprised laughter. Plus more dropped jaws. I wish I'd been closer to the field for that play, and for Enter Sandman, which was pretty damn glorious.
Lol, thanks for the memories - was gratified to see that I had dutifully upvoted that post back in the day.
Did FSU raid Florida's graphic arts experts?
These first few comments did not disappoint in any way.
I agree with Coach Day that Victor's catch and run at PSU last year was one of the best plays I've ever seen, and it had the added benefit of causing this reaction, captured for posterity. Victor has so much...there's that word again, potential, if he can just get the ball in his hands in space; I would just love to see him capture and utilize it this year.
It's a still from a good scene in what I consider to be an underappreciated film (although the title is simply "Sneakers," no "The"):