Heal up Weber, we're gonna need you next week!
So proud of these young Buckeyes!
To be completely transparent, I am not actually in Munich. I am just passing this on as a Public Service Announcement. I did go to Oktoberfest in Munich in 1996. It was the biggest party I have ever seen. Our group arrived by train, worked our way to the Hofbrauhaus, where the place was rocking at 9 a.m. and then fought the crowd to the Oktoberfest area. Imaging the worst last-minute Christmas shopping at your local mall and then multiply the crowd by 10. It was still a blast.
^^^^All that and more!^^^^^^
I thought the Buckeye fans did a great "red out" today...oh wait, that's every game!
That's the Penn State babe with the broken heart. Not our rival!
LOL! Pun intended?
The bad news for Tulane is not that they're way down at the half, it is that now they're going to see a lot of hungry, talented freshmen in the second half!
A little Crystal hot sauce gives the wolverat meat a bit of flavor.
And cuts down the saltiness of the meat.
So tragic! R.I.P. young man.
Or, as we used to say in the Army, "The maximum range for an excuse is 0.0 meters!"
Poet and Warrior we love
Knows his music too
Reminds me of a funny story. Two young lieutenants who worked with me at my last assignment were talking about who had a better time for the two mile run. It came down to: OK, tomorrow morning, 0530, let's settle this at the track before coming to work. At 0645, when they reported for work, one was grinning from ear to ear. Not only had he won - he did it wearing two left shoes! He didn't want to wake up his wife that morning, so he left the lights off when he rummaged through the closet for his shoes. When he got to the track and found out his mistake, there was no way he was going to back down! We all had a good laugh at that!
Like wearing mismatched shoes!
You have to put the right spin on your story...as a writer, sometimes it is necessary to take risks. So, as their instructor, you thought you'd take a risk. Did they notice, or did you have to tell them?
Congratulations, Miami! You've been working hard on this project and it is about to come to fruition. Please keep us all informed.
FWIW, my SIL has written a series of children's books and she says when people buy them on Amazon, she ends up with practically nothing. She'd prefer to sell them via Facebook where she can make at least a little bit. #5 in her series is due out soon and I'd be surprised if she's been able to break even. But, she loves writing and getting a story out that hopefully appeals to adolescents.
Whodathunkit? College kids actually showing up for class! Just like the airlines that overbook, admin is getting caught. Now students will have to show up EARLY to get a seat. Really, if I'm sending a check to a college, there had better be a seat for me (or my kids or grandkids, whatever the case may be) or there will be hell to pay.
"Boy, I said, boy, you're about as subtle as a hand grenade in a bowl of oatmeal!"
LOL! Just a couple days ago had a (flock, group, gaggle, whatever, pick one)_____ of about a dozen wild turkeys come sashaying along the side of our house. They moseyed across the street and disappeared in the neighbors back yard. They were squawking all the way! Funny as hell!
Felt confident that he would latch on somewhere quickly. He's got his foot in the door, lets see how fast he can make the main roster.
And no routes across the middle...
and lots of that Fred Biletnikoff stickum...
and don't throw it too hard, Dwayne...
and have the AED ready!
This too is in the rear view mirror. Time to look forward!
Uh, not sure of the "wax on - wax off" action, though!