For a second I thought you were going to advocate eating the players
I got 3 for the Tulsa game. Its going to be my 2 year old girl Scarlett's first football game.
Actually, you won't get taxed or penalized.
If either of you have a 401k, you can withdraw from that to pay for a primary residence. I don't believe you'll have to pay taxes on the withdrawal, and when you pay back, you will pay yourself the interest back (at least that's how mine works). I'm not sure if all of them work that way, and I'm not a financial advisor, so I would contact your 401k provider if that is an option for either of you (and I don't know if both you and your wife can, or just one of you, etc).
I just took a road trip to Orlando (from cincy) for a family vacation with the wife's family. I have a 10 month old daughter, and we picked up her parents on the way down. We rented a minivan just to check it out, but after driving one, and seeing how much they pack, I definitely think they are worth it, especially once we have our second kid. If you haven't driven one recently I would really check it out, they have improved a ton, especially since the last time I drove one was 10+ years ago.
I teared up a little when we beat Michigan to go undefeated in Urban's first season at my girlfriends (now wife) parents house. To date that's the last time my wife has seen me come close to crying.
I also agreed to schedule our wedding on the date of the OSU/Michigan game (2013). As compensation, my wife agreed to name our first daughter Scarlett.
Of course, Urban Meyer is the only coach
thereanywhere with a College Football Playoff Trophy, which is nice
fixed that for you
Targaryen's are known for their immunity to many sicknesses/diseases
I think they are saving the targaryen heir until the finale.... it would make sense for him to remain in dorne in secret under the watchful gaze of his uncle. I could see that being a major surprise at the end. !!!SPOILERS!!! Though I also read somewhere that maybe Benjen stark was on the IMDB for the final also? So i'm wondering what his role would be.
My condolences. Know that you have a community here for support. That is what being a Buckeye is truly all about