I’d very much like to buy that shirt
I used to work at Dairy Queen. I probably was that kid.
Shaq will matched up with me, Larry will be guarded by myself and I'll take Mookie.
Final Score: J.L. 11-0 (everybody knows journalists can play better than athletes)
Idk about dream, but I've always wanted to go to Argentina.
It's the interview before the hunger games
I'll start with the easy one.
- A ramzy-sized duck and I'd put it with roasted potatoes afterward.
- My long-term career strategy would be to not think long-term. The business changes often and young sports journalists need to be able to adapt. That said, the old-school is still the best school. Hard-core reporting and great storytelling will always reign supreme. The only thing different is the packaging. Want readers to read a feature? Put a short visual piece with it. Want to enhance your beat coverage? Produce a podcast to engage fans even more. The best strategy will be to embrace versatility and creativity. While it is sad to see the demise of the traditional newspaper, it'll also be interesting to see how this industry will continue to evolve.
Harbaugh catching a Buckeye? That's hilarious.
Thin with tons of toppings
I bet Franklin could headbutt open a coconut, so him.
More of a Gold Star man myself.
Waited an hour for the Popeyes' sandwich. Crispy and delicious, but there's a reason you can't get Chick-Fil-A on Sundays...it's the holy grail of chicken sandwiches.