Just go to Walmart on the first Tuesday of the month, nobody can read so you will be safe.
Each year's crop of Frosh are always better than players with four or five years in a program, everyone knows that.
I agree, but to stay he will have to improve enough that ANOTHER season MIGHT give him a shot but not enough to go early. If it's still not a reasonable expectation that he might have a shot do you think he comes back just to stall Europe for a year?
Did Young shrink 3 inches over the summer?
Unless Kaleb completely blows up and improves his game by leaps, leaps and bounds I don't see him coming back for his senior season, Europe seems to have hurt the Bucks with Juniors the last decade. I would not be surprised to see someone else transfer, I see a 75% chance that there are at least two openings and 30% we get three.
Problem is that it's going to be very tough on recruiting unless players decide early on and let the coaching staff know their intentions.
There's only one Joe Montana
Wondering, did all of those QB's have a single college season of play or were they established, multi year starters?
He was completely outplayed by the Bengals rookie QB but that's the difference between a one year college starter and a older, experienced college QB. Finley has a much lower floor than Haskins but Haskins has a much higher POTENTIAL ceiling. And he'd better since he was a first round pick verses a fourth rounder. And don't use O-Line play as an excuse, the Bengals line is a complete shit show.
Browning has been on the verge of stardom for the last two years.
So what happens when they fail to pay the collection agency? Are you selling your debt to them or just giving them a percentage of whatever they collect? I may be incorrect but I didn't think you could attach someones wages for small claims cases.
You could just stop paying the monthly fee
Infinity and beyond
Yeah, on a visit to Put-In-Bay one of my daughters friends somehow got separated from the group and they found her the next morning, half dressed in the park with a guy. Neither the guy nor her could remember if they had sex. She did the day after pill and was tested for HIV later. They all feel guilty that they couldn't find her that night.
True and the bug problems are not the fault of the landlords, they don't bring in roaches, ants and bedbugs, that's the tenants.
Does one grow back the 1.5 ligaments?
We've had a few dogs die from algal toxin(Microcystin) in NW Ohio, from Grand Lake St. Mary's to private ponds. Dogs tend to drink the water or lick it off their coats and are very sensitive to the toxin, I had one lady that lost three dogs in a 24 hour period, very sad. Bloom on Erie is bad right now.
Yep, you can stall it out that long until the Sheriff comes to move you out in most counties. If they go to small claims and win there is no mechanism for collection of that judgment. That being said and as someone that has worked Landlord/Tenant for 35 years, I find far fewer slumlords than bad tenants. I tend to feel sorry for most property owners but there certainly are some bad ones out there.
I have a crystal clear pond though the bluegills will grab a short hair if you stay still too long. Pure joy swimming in the summer but I always take a shower after a swim just to make sure those water things are washed off.
Yeah, for now and not knowing it that's going to increase to three or not makes it difficult.
A young man of his age certainly has a reason to believe so, Scum hasn't been a factor since he stopped nursing.
Well, at least Lego stayed away from sexist or racist, "Troll Job" is a step down when you lose a discussion, good job.
You are only half the "Friends" equation good sir, no matter how sweet. There are small, rural villages that simply don't like "outsiders" period. Sometimes based on ethnicity, sometimes religion or politics, sometimes just because you are not "one of them". Move into that area and you get the cold shoulder and try to operate a business and you are going to lose it all. Not saying it's right, just is.
Yeah, much of Ohio has had more precipitation in the last 18 months than at any time in recorded history and with the USEPA and OEPA forcing new systems on the citizens that can't handle the liquid component of the waste stream, it's nasty out there.
You will need to restrict your water use to some degree as you no longer have city sewer and water. Septic systems simply cannot tolerate city water use rates, the twenty minute showers and the like. Pump your tank every five years to protect your secondary treatment. If you have a good well you probably won't have a problem with pressure though typically well water is hard and has iron in it so that means putting salt in the water treatment system. Others have already talked about the power outages, road plowing as they plow your driveway shut.