Excellent use of the sarcasm font.
If our guys aren't ready to match the level of intensity, we can easily lose that game.
I don't think we've won the game after Penn State in a few years. I doubt they are beating ND.
Seems like a kissass to me.
The North remembers.
Either I forgot to submit a comment this morning, or the mods deleted it bc it had spoilers.
No they wouldn't sue them. THe letter that was sent mentioned third-parties. Reading the article, that third-party is Dolby, who is currently suing Adobe. Adobe themselves is not threatening to sue any users.
This is the same idiot that was arguing the Earth is flat, and Sun revolved around the Earth the other day, isn't it?
Is Rod Smith still there?
Maybe Weber, tho.. :)
It was cool seeing Karen and Becky in the same pic tho.
Russia launches world's longest submarine, only to find out it really was girth that mattered all along.
While I agree we should stop using using, your tact here is probably going to miss the mark. Don't assume everyone is as woke as you are, and ascribe to them bad intentions.
Mitchell was the most impressive LB on Sat. Browning, Mitchell, Harrison would be my starters.
Bam Childress and I are going to pour one out for T-Wash.
Same. Here's mine on her first day of 23rd Grade (bc one graduate degree just isn't enough...)
He played in a few games, as I recall.
Nick Bosa deleted his boisterous reply supporting your comment. :)
upset the Facebook commenters - whom research shows passionately comment on articles they haven't read millions of times daily.
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I'm stunned at the disaster. There are Ponzi schemes that end up in better shape than this. It's very fishy.
THe Zillow page has a lot more pics. I like the pull-through garage, especially if I'd was driving that 458.
Literally eating Lucky Charms while reading this. Hope I didn't ruin my tiffin.
You killed it. Standing O, baby! (against the counter, FTW!)
Hmm, well, don't feel bad. It's nothing to do with a blade at all. An archaic meaning of "fell" (a violent or evil), and swoop seems to have been a reference to a hawk attacking. At least per the earliest appearance in print, Shakespeare, of course.