damn double tap
I'm with you there GareBear, I'm over in Japan this fall. Still getting settled in and set up. Looking forward to reading the Skully with an after dinner beverage.
I grew up on "Lost Nation Rd" in Essex jct. Vermont. About 1/2 way down was a side road, "Discovery Rd.", not joking either.
+1 to you sir. I commented before reading down, that's exactly what the 9 as a G makes it read in my mind.
Makes me think of "nine skrong".
Reading my mind here SH.
This is from my account profile under "Favorite Moments"
Close second: Joe Germaine to Dimitrious Stanley over & over, then Joe Germaine to David Boston to wipe that smile off Jake's face & keep my buddy Staz from hanging himself.
Joe Germaine saved my buddy with that win.
+1 for you.
I agree we're not talking about human history. I agree that politics and policies have oppressed and negatively shaped the black community. Yes acknowledge these things as bad, but don't blame Jim Crow Laws, Redlining, or Unfair Hiring Practices as the reason why a black teen today (or any person for that matter) should fear for their life while walking or driving down Euclid or St Clair. E+R=O right? At some point you have to care enough about yourself and your fellow man to put in the hard work and make your world better.
"You can chain me, you can torture me, you can even destroy this body, but you will never imprison my mind." - Mahatma Gandhi
SNG, Well I'm sure that I could if I tried, but I'd rather just have a meaningful and respectful conversation thank you.
Well said Brutus, thank you.
You're right, people don't like the choices YOU gave them. Choice #1 = I'm a racist. Choice #2 = the system I support is racist so therefore I'm racist.
You want a third choice? "The path of least resistance". What's the easiest way to get what I want? Take it from someone who already has it. This covers all races. I've seen it all over the globe. I've see it more in poor neighborhoods where people give up on their own worth as well as the value of others.
Wait, I'm confused. So JCam, you're saying it's the system's fault that people kill each other?? I thought it was the gun's fault.
When will we stop blaming others for what we do?? At what point do we have to take responsibility for our own actions??
SNG01, you just proved NoBuck's point. You cite 2 cases where cops shoot and kill a black man and say nothing about black on black violence.
Seems like the athletic dept. could come up with a better resolve than assigned seats. Like a sign that says "Gates open 2 hours before kickoff" and a student group or campus patrol to remind people "No camping".
Sure, Penn State has been doing the "white out " longer. Sure, a lot of folks have their traditional gameday shirts. I understand not wanting to drop $100 on a black jersey or polo, but is it forbidden to grab a $5.97 black hoodie or t-shirt from Walmart just for the night? Hell, I'd have just worn my black "UNDISPUTED" Championship tee. Of course there is a certain Dry Goods store that sells a snappy looking black polo if you're in the market for a new one. If only they sold a hoodie as well...
I think he's talking about the "Tackle End". You know, the lineman that is to the outside of the Left and Right Tackles.
Since the Buckeyes have non-winning records against them, I vote for the following, Air Force, Auburn, Florida, FSU, Georgia, LSU, Miami (FL), South Carolina, USC, Stanford, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, Va. Tech, Cornell, Princeton.
There's Alabama and Clemson as well but i'll be happy if the Bucks can knock them off in the playoffs/Championship game. Yes I know Princeton and Cornell are div 1-AA, I just don't like that losing record. Haha
But dammit, sometimes a clumsy moppet spilling Diet Coke on your shirt is a price well worth paying to see the light come on in the eyes of children as they watch a third string tight end catch a screen pass and get dropped for a two yard loss.
Oh you're killing me Johnny!! Great read!!
Great comment about the O line there PHI. To me that's #1 on the list too. I'm hopeful that all the talk about offseason / spring improvement and cohesiveness is not all lip service. I'll tell you I've got a good feeling in my gut that having Coach Wilson calling the plays will aid the O line and make their job easier. Wilson has that OC gig down cold, he's comfortable in those shoes. I believe that having the plays coming in faster, plays working off of one another, will aid in the offense regaining that confidence. If that happens and the O Lind really does gel... Look Out!! It's going to be a very good year.
As for JT not making the list.
As such, it goes without saying J.T. Barrett enters the season with a tremendous amount of pressure to perform considering his experience, position, and a 2016 season that saw his effectiveness backslide for a host of reasons.
Seems Chris sees JT as such an obvious pick that he covered him in the intro.
I Was busy all day yesterday with my wife's half ironman. Woke up and hopped online to read yesterday's stories, saw this headline and immediately looked to see who wrote it. I saw the date and let out a sigh and laughed, skipped right to the comments to see who lost their mind / missed the joke. Going back now to read the article. Good job 11W!!
I had these white and silver Legends!!
5th grade gym class, I was unstoppable. Helped that I was 6" taller then the rest of my class.
"Too short" tends to be a 50/50 jump ball. "Too long" tends to be incomplete or a pick.
Played county league / church league softball mid 90s thru 2012, always mimicked Thome when I was at the plate. The low bat swish, holding it out in front, and bringing it to the ready as the pitcher starts his delivery. I never could master the long ball but hit a ton of gap'ers to the track. Thanks for the clip SL!! That's my favorite Indian knocking one out against my favorite Mariner!! I swear ol' Bosio had some incriminating photos of Lou and a goat. I can't tell you how many leads I saw Bosio give up and Lou'd keep going back to him! LOL.
I'll give "The Kid" a pass on his comment cause I also can't tell you how many more games I saw him win for the M's with his bat and glove!!
R.I.P. Dave Niehaus!!!
The thing I'm most excited about is seeing an offense with a whole game strategy. Coach Wilson has the experience and comfort level calling plays. I expect we'll see the offense take what is given by defenses until it gets comfortable and then it will start taking whatever it wants. Wilson is like a boxer / tactician, he'll work you on the left til you drop your guard then hurt you with the right. He always did it against the Buckeyes, I can't help but believe that he'll be able to do it with them this year.
I see it more like bringing in a backup or two to play out the rest of the game once the good guys get a big lead. When you can see the game is in hand give those backups some experience (hopefully the whole 4th quarter). I'd like to see that as opposed to using 8 receivers seemingly at random (I swear that's what it felt like I was watching last year).
I had forgotten how many snaps Run DMC got early in the year last season.
Here's to a full year of him and Webber running wild!!