I watch the career of most of the former OSU assistants. It's just that Herman has so much more crap going on. You don't hear stories about Ed Warinner dancing on tables, or kissing players.
"But what about me? I want to go to the game!!! Why should I have to be inconvenienced in any way to help other people?"
Given how dangerous choir has turned out to be, there is a reasonable amount of concern about brass instruments as a vector - there's a reason they have spit valves. And while you can play spread way out, that sort of thing is more of a technical accomplishment than being "fun", since the sound delay makes it sound like crap.
I normally try to avoid clickbait, but it was just so obvious.
The tests are fast (with false positives) or reliable. Teams are using the fast test, then following up positives with the slower, but more accurate one.
I mean they might actually work well, given they like to suck up moisture. If you got a good seal.
Note that they have bonus jokes sometimes if you turn closed captioning on.
Or is there too much WR talent for the TE to catch anything?
Does anyone know the AAC covid protocols? I'm curious if they're stricter than the SEC/ACC.
Is _this_ the year the tight ends break out?
Meanwhile Columbus Schools are trying to reopen shortly...
They need to call Travolta.
The virus travels in water droplets. Those are caught by masks.
From that article:
"Despite this, face masks are still shown to be the most effective means of slowing the spread of the virus, and medical bodies worldwide recommend wearing them and maintaining social distancing measures."
That's why masks and other precautions are important.
This is what you get when you base your government on a watery tart distributing swords.
Not true! My liege told me the earth was banana shaped!
Herbie has an endorsement deal with the bank that sponsors this series.
I'm surprised no one has posted their Big10 version:
Not this crap again:
But at least two students — Jamain Stephens, a football player at California University of Pennsylvania, and Chad Dorrill, a sophomore at Appalachian State — have died in recent weeks after contracting the virus.
I know they wanted to reference the Avengers:Endgame scene, but I kept flashing on this:
I gotta admit, my big takeaway from that scene was "girls don't get it done". They had plenty of chances to finish it, and wasted them.