This is the correct comparison. I was calling him Beanie Baby in the 2nd half of that Indiana game.
Dobbins. He breaks a big one against Cincinnati.
So the Bucks don't score a TD against Florida Atlantic? Yikes!
The quarterback. /s
Not really that crazy or extreme but the last 2 years we drove 650 miles back to Ohio for Thanksgiving. We drove up there on Thanksgiving day, have Thanksgiving with the family on Friday then leave to drive back home overnight so we can be home in time to watch the game.
Good point, FP. I take an annual health assessment to save $ on my health insurance premiums at work and, thankfully, everything came up good. Doesn’t mean that I don’t have a disqualifying condition that would prevent me from flying.
Thanks for the input, Bucks. You have to pass a medical exam to get your license so you're spot on about that. Glad to hear you have fond memories flying in a single engine.
I probably will but I really want to make sure I'm committed to doing it before I sign up. I don't want to be one of those people that quits in the middle of training and waste a bunch of time and money. Thanks for the feedback.
Yeah, I've been reading a lot about the cost and time commitment and there was a pretty consistent minimum range of $9K to $12K so you just confirmed the cost for me. I can take a "discovery" flight for $99 but I'm afraid that will sway my decision-making to doing it, but I still haven't worked through all of the considerations yet to make sure it's something I want to commit to doing.
If I ended up buying it would literally be years from now so I don't have to think too much about that right now. Just trying to figure out if I want to pursue the PPL or not.
More the former than the latter plus I'm not sure I want to actually own a plane so I'd be renting. Who knows if that changes and I end up wanting to own a plane but definitely not until I had tons of hours of experience. Thanks for the feedback, FP.
Thanks for the input, B44, that's exactly what I was looking for. I've always had a pretty strong interest in it and fully understand the risks involved. I thought about doing it several years ago but my kids were young so it wasn't really doable. Now that they're much older and independent I've got more time. I'm in the phase of trying to decide if I really want to do it or not based on the time and money commitment so to test whether or not this is a serious thing or just in passing I've started reading the Pilot's Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge. My plan would be to try and learn as much as possible before I even signed up for flight school so it's probably a good year before I enrolled in a formal course. Time-wise I'd have all evening after work and the weekends to study.
The flight school that's near me is 141 and they have a fleet of mostly Cessna 152's & 172's but they do have a few other planes. Initially, I'd just want to be trained in VFR and go from there. As far as reasoning, it's just always something I've been interested in but never had the time nor money to really consider it.
Understood on the risk and that's something I'm very conscious of. Still haven't decided if it's something I want to commit to so I really appreciate your honest feedback. Guess I'll continue reading everything I can get my hands on and at some point I'll know for sure if I want to go through with it or not. Thanks again for the response.
BrutusB has street cred around here and is decidedly NOT a troll.
Nope, he isn’t here.
Not only that, but apparently those ear-splitting levels of noise only affect the visiting team.
So they're going to run the spread but with athletes they recruited for a pro style offense. What could go wrong?
Say you’re more into nerdy types (read: S&P+ ratings)
Shots fired, Navy!
Here you go.
Very classy move. Hopefully the fans are equally classy in their response.
There wasn’t a lot of info but there was a mention.
The staff's pursuit of Steele Chambers hurt their chances of nabbing Virginia's Devyn Ford, who ultimately sided with Penn State. Chambers will begin his career in the backfield but some seem to prefer him on the defensive side of the ball
Even after all of the departures at defensive end this team is still loaded with talent.
Kyle Young & Duane Washington need to start in place of Andre Wesson & Keyshawn Woods.
I don't think anyone in the public really knows. Hopefully we'll all find out soon & hopefully he stays in Columbus.
Same here, Linga, I’ve upvoted every comment in this thread. Best pun thread that I’ve ever seen & I’m not just saying that because im the OP.