All he seeks is the truth.
My wife and I made it into Blue Ash Chili once (we live in California). The Chili Philly was absolutely delicious. We also went to Skyline after a Reds game, and I must say, it wasn't all that memorable.
Despite being limited to 12 games, Bosa finished his rookie year with 41 tackles, 10.5 sacks, and a forced fumble. He was named the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year. Bosa was ranked as the 100th best player in the league by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2017.
I wouldn't say he's an asshole all the time:
*Disclaimer: I am not a 49er fan, but I did marry one.
Now now, that's not entirely fair. My best friend has been a Warriors season ticket holder for 15+ years, loves the A's, and LOATHES the Niners. My wife's sister is as much a Niner fan as you and I are Buckeye fans, so there's that. However, you're probably right about the BBQ thing.
Bags of money. Lots and lots of bags of money.
Hell yeah! That's great news!!!!
Proof or it didn't happen.
Definitely not the same crash site as what's being broadcast by news outlets. More than likely a bottom feeder looking to up their view count.
For sure encouraging news on both fronts. The WR room makes the CB room better, and the CB room makes the WR room better. And to think, both have top tier coaches leading the charge.
If my memory serves me correctly, I ran outside, middle fingers both proudly displayed, and yelled, "F* Michigan." My neighbors happened to be outside, and had quite the quizzical looks on their faces.
As a graduate of Fresno State, I can confirm watching "your" team win the College World Series is a wild ride.
I listened to the 2012 Ohio State/TTUN game on the radio while traveling down to LA with my buddy to ultimately see Notre Dame beat USC to secure their destruction in the National Championship. Talk about bittersweet.
1) Born in 82, so, um, at Apple when Steve Jobs revealed his grand idea of the iPod. I would also settle for the iPhone.
2) April 3, 1968, at the Mason Temple in Memphis, TN to hear Dr. King deliver his final speech. I had a chance to travel to Memphis in 2011, and while there, visited the National Civil Rights Museum which is the location where Dr. King was shot and killed (Lorraine Motel). While there, I shook hands with and spoke to the Reverend Billy Kyles, who, at the time, was the only person still alive that was present with Dr. King when he was shot. Gives me chills every time I think or talk about it.
3) Somewhere during the Revolutionary War to see General Washington lead his troops into battle.
4) Being lead by Moses through the desert to witness the splitting of the Red Sea.
I feel that by the end of the year, every single starter on offense will be named to an All-American team. That's not hyperbole.