Happy Birthday, Major!
You wood be.
But Mel Kiper said he was prototypical and could be the No. 1 draft pick!
He threw for >400 yards against Ohio State!
Remember, Sharma signed a golf sponsorship for like $2trillion or something. That was proof that he was the future of golf.
It can be devastating, even the little things that come along. The GoFundMe can help with things like taking time from work, paying for hotels/rooms in other towns, paying for all the expenses to drive around to appointments and treatments. So the actual medical will likely be covered, especially in the OSU Med system which was good for my family as we grew up. It’s just all the other crap that needs covered.
Regardless, I think your point still stands that catastrophic coverage should always be the norm.
Probably being replaced on roster by Richard Lagow. That guy is the prototype NFL QB. He’s finally going to break into the league now. I think the PGA golfer Sharma is pulling for him, too.
Would you eat a hot dog Rice Krispie treat?
Would certainly cut down on concussions.
What if the name 'Washington' is deemed offensive like Columbus and other historic figures?
I am sincerely interested in your thoughts.
...and please discuss on some other website, and not here on 11W.
Dublin people been grumpy about Hilliard people for a loooooong time...well before there were multiple schools in each city. Not surprised that the snootiness still remains. Heck, we had friends from Upper Arlington that refused to visit my parents in Hick-iard. Not even joking.
All in all, though, I wish Hilliard had followed a better model of growth. The city of Hilliard really screwed up city planning...and that's all I'll say about that as the rest is too political. Dublin did plan better, it seems.
Appreciating spontaneous acts of kindness between is virtue signalling? Strange views in Cali-modland.
What? I didn't criticize your appreciation of a spontaneous act of kindness. I appreciate those as well. Guess that I should have stated that I liked those so that nobody would be confused by my lack of the affirmative.
I was just letting people know how I preferred to virtue signal, as I thought that we were sharing how we liked or didn't like types of virtue signaling. From your statement, I knew that you don't like preplanned virtue signaling and you never stated if or how you actually did like virtue signaling. I was just sharing how I prefer virtue signaling myself, and in what ways.
So, carry on! Have a +1 and a great week!
My preferred method of virtue signaling is that I prefer to voice my disdain of virtue signaling only when I think that others are actually virtue signaling, rather than when I am actually virtue signaling.
Stxbuck is not wrong here, although I would go a step further and just say "Don't go political."
If one wants to post a comment somewhere that there are rising rates in a specific state, then that might not violate the commenting policy, depending on how you phrase it. But the way that IWannaGoBack makes the statement above is pretty political. Also note that IWannaGoBack is not the only person that has done this, and it is not confined to any specific political persuasion. But the entire purpose of this thread was to stop going political.
Furthermore, we have to stop trying to dunk on each other about everything. The truth is that no political leader has aced this test. People have been making bold statements about fault since the beginning. Aside from the fact that blaming our government leaders gets awfully political, it is also likely to come back and bite you in the rear. You try to dunk on someone and they come back and get you later. It's divisive and silly. You feel like making those arguments then please save those arguments for another site or platform.
Lastly, please try not to take forum topics off course with the arguments. Please attempt to stick to the topic at hand.
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married my hot OSU girlfriend...married 27 years...GO BUCKS!!!
What you do with the other ones?
Also, Orton Hall is my favorite building on campus. No contest.
Love seeing the positive news from Ohio State! Definitely a step in the right direction.
Let's keep our fingers crossed that this continues. Would LOVE to have football this autumn.
Please keep it civil. It is helpful not to continue with jabs at a viewpoint with which you do not agree.
Plus, when taking jabs it's much easier to get into political territory with the rhetoric, and we are actively discouraging politics at this moment.
Everyone is just waiting for LABuckeye to come in and tell us about his little jaunts through the woods. I think that he has any of my distance accomplishments beat.
Got a bronze medal at collegiate track cycling nationals. Have won races in road and track, but nothing on that scale.
Man...I’m now so out of shape. I did do 3 doubles in one year, along with the Death Ride up near Tahoe. That was a fun ride and done that a couple of times. I need to get back into cycling. Heck I need to do anything athletic. I haven’t returned to those things, yet.
For those discussing the inherent political nature of the topics, please read this ^^^^^^ comment above from Buckeye3M. It is possible to make points without making political statements.
I don't think personal freedom, public health or the constitution should be political but it seldom stops there.
Gun rights, health (including wearing masks or whether we should be locked down), etc are considered personal freedoms, but we know that these can and often have become political.
One want to discuss types of guns, shooting distance, rate of fire, how you hunt with, gun care, etc, then that is not inherently political. Once we start discussion about who should have guns, much of the why we should or should not allow any type of gun, why someone is inhibiting freedom by requiring gun registry, then that is out of bounds here.
Public health is not political until you start discussion whether health care is a basic human right and, if so, whether that is left to an individual or the government. Therefore, if you want to discuss the efficacy of masks, then go ahead. Share studies, share types, fabrics, where they are required, etc. But when one begins to discuss whether masks should be required, and whether one thinks requiring a mask is a political decision, then that is inherently a political discussion. As is calling people morons for supporting/not supporting that decision.
Does that make it more clear?
I admit that it can be difficult to discuss without crossing the line. If one has difficulty, then it is often best not to comment. We have been deleting comments across the political spectrum on the issues, so this is not confined to any specific ideology.
The fact this isn't celebrated is mind-bottling.
One should never take for granite a malapropism in an idiom.