No, no it isn't.
How about we keep identity politics out of sports. If he wants to assign "homework" to the players to expand their education, fine. But the shirts are a little absurd.
So many biopics stink. See: Bohemian Rhapsody.
Hopefully this one will be good.
I agree with you. If it is human trafficking, then throw the book at them. If it is two consenting adults, well then he is 77 years old. Let him live.
Lead for God's Sake is a book that Urban said he loved and read in one sitting. Afterward he contacted the author to discuss
Having a shitty subject line does get old.
What are the streets on the boundaries - Lane Avenue to the south? Ackerman to the north?
Universities have so much money to waste.
But if the northern road is an Ackerman extension that connects Ackerman to Zollinger Road, it would be worth it just to watch the Upper Arlington residents lose their shit.
Is that based on tickets sold or tickets scanned at the gates?
Kill also said he would never step foot on Minnesota's campus again after they fired Tracy Claeys. Claeys' players were talking about boycotting their bowl game to support their 10 teammates accused of sexual assault, and Claeys told the University he supported them doing so.
I agree. Terrible venue, team under performs, tickets are overpriced. Even the student section is typically half empty.
Get in while the gettin's good.
They shouldn't use their "platform" for "things like this." They should show up and do their job. They have plenty of personal time and offseason to use their celebrity for their personal causes.
This is not true. His case was a collusion case as well. His drug testing accusations of being targeted were proven false as well.
The NFL and NFLPA responded by asking John Lombardo, the administrator of the performance-enhancing drug testing program for 28 years, to look into the matter.
"There is no evidence of targeting or any other impropriety with respect to his selection for testing," the two organizations said in a joint statement released Wednesday.
The joint investigation found that Reid's claims about the number of times he had been tested since signing with the Panthers were not accurate, sources told ESPN.
The NFLPA filed the grievance against the league on Reid's behalf in May. The grievance alleged team owners and the league, influenced by President Donald Trump, colluded to prevent Reid's employment because of his protests against social injustice during the pregame national anthem.
Anyone who wears socks depicting police officers as pigs is a pile of shit.
You are doing exactly what ESPN wants people to do with their opinionated lists. Spread the clicks far and wide.
Get them in advance.
Who can blame them. Surprised they picked that area to begin with.
Depending on when you get there on the 22nd, stop by the WHAC. The trophy room is open until 4:30pm I believe.
Friday you could also book a tour of the Shoe - https://www.ohiostadiumtours.com/
Nice weather, walk through Buckeye Grove.
NCAA March Madness Rounds 1 & 2 are in town that weekend.
Might be able to get the kids to eat free at Old Bag of Nails with this coupon - http://www.oldbagofnails.com/events/
Or at Rusty Bucket if they read 5 books. https://www.myrustybucket.com/news/rusty-bucket%E2%80%99s-bucketeer-bookworms