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Comment 08 Apr 2020

Pick only 3?  tough question.    i know 2016 was the most thrilling game in OT  but

I will pick the 3 where the michigan D couldnt do anything to stop our offense :   

2015 - Zeke (and JTB)  just demoralized their defense.  where was this offense all year??

2018 -   Everything was there for the taking for michigan. win the division, big 10 title, likely playoff spot at #4.. but boom.. Ohio State just blows them out..62 points!!  Harbaugh's team looked shellshocked. it was glorious.   (Urban shoulda gone for 1 more TD and 2 point conversion

2019 -    more like repeat of 2018. 

Comment 04 Apr 2020

One more vote for classics like  Sixth sense,  Inception,  Fight club,  Departed

Also liked  some other underrated movies -   Gone Girl.   interesting its another David Fincher directed movie.

- Identity (John cussack, amanda peet..   murder mystery with a twist towards the end).

- Black swan   (same guy who did Requiem for a dream) 

Comment 28 Mar 2020

also lot of people are still out and about.   half ass social distancing  is going to do nothing in stopping the spread.

Comment 28 Mar 2020

It does seem like football season might be in jeopardy too given the current situation. 
but look at China , the disease seems to have  run its course there , life is slowly returning to normal. 
we are still 4 months away from fall. 
If people do their part in curtailing the spread. follow the social distancing guidelines, wear masks in public spaces, etc. ,we can end this cycle by mid summer. 

Comment 16 Mar 2020

Lockdown (shelter in place)  starting in the Bay Area tonite for the 6 big counties including San Francisco.  Only essential services will be open like pharmacies, groceries, pet stores , food deliveries, gas stations   etc.   No gatherings or congregrations allowed.  This is unprecedented but with the large outbreak in northen california, think its the right step.  Social distancing for the next several weeks.  

While the order is legally enforceable, SF police Chief Bill Scott said the department is asking for "voluntary compliance," adding that police enforcement would be an "absolute last resort."  Dr. Grant Colfax, the city's director of health, emphasized the importance of keeping a distance of six feet from others when you leave your home.  "You’ll still be able to walk your dog or go on a hike alone or with someone you live with or with a friend as long as you stay six feet apart," Colfax said. The order is expected to be in effect through at least April 7. "It may be extended depending on recommendations from public health officials," a statement from the city said.

Comment 16 Mar 2020

Yeah. This is sadly going to be very hard for the service industry people - ppl working at bars, restaurants, malls, theatres, casinos etc.  there was a post I saw today on Twitter from a guy who makes money doing food deliveries like doordash or ubereats in Seattle .. he said people aren’t even ordering  much thru apps anymore, and just buying most of  their food from the grocery stores.  

This virus has already f$&@“ed  the economy by billions.  

Comment 13 Mar 2020

Just go on about you day if you are living in Ohio, you dont have much to worry abt least not yet.  Check on your older family members to see if they are ok.   

The dynamic is  bit more  different here in norther calif. and  its alarming the no. of cases has  literally doubled from just a few days ago in this county  (66).   Most of the big tech companies have enforced work from home till at least first week of april.  People still go on about their day but are trying to  limit social contact/ activities..depending on their age group. 

Comment 28 Jan 2020

Just dont see it.  Chip Kelly had a great run for 4 years..  but still couldnt win the NC.  came close couple of times tho.     When USC becomes USC again, thats when Pac12 can make some noise nationally and in playoffs.