There was a guy on the radio today (I think it was Chris Lowe from ESPN) talking about how Florida State, despite what we are led to believe, isn't the best place to coach. His quote was something like, "Just because Bobby Bowden and Jimbo have been good coaches, they have made Florida State look better than it is." Apparently big money boosters are much fewer and far between at FSU. He talked about how its really hard there to come up with donations to build stuff like good practice facilities and whatnot. There was also a quote that went something like, "It's not the easiest place to recruit either, because everyone you want to recruit out of Florida has to drive through Gainesville to get to Tallahassee." Those arguments, if factual, would make LSU more attractive over FSU, I think.
I dunno. Saying you hate a certain group of people is a pretty shitty thing to say, no matter what the context. It's different than saying you hate a thing like mushrooms. "I hate black people." "I hate women." "I hate gay people." "I hate children." All pretty vile things to say.
Probably depends on the store. The grocery I normally buy mine at only makes a few chickens every day. If you go by around 6 p.m. hoping to get one, you're usually out of luck because they're sold out. On the rare occasion they don't sell out, you can find the unsold birds in the refrigerated section deeply discounted the next day. Those are great for picking up and tearing up for stuff like tacos or chicken soup.
You know, there are literally millions of Americans who don't have a "hometown team," right? Like for me, I guess the closest thing I have is Louisville FC, a third tier team that is a two hour drive from my home. Of course, if you're talking about MLS, I suppose my hometown team is the Columbus Crew, which is a scant 5.5 hours away. Am I a lesser soccer fan because I don't have a hometown team to cheer for?
I'm sorta shocked over the amount of praise this movie has gotten in this thread. I thought it was a fun (if silly) little movie, and I enjoyed it; but I would never have thought it would be so well liked.
This is a sad week for me. I am deeply troubled by the amount of Christians, both that I know personally and those that claim to be followers of Christ in the public eye, are calling for the U.S. to stop taking in Syrian refugees. With all my heart, I believe that is completely opposite to the reaction that Jesus would have. I understand why they are scared. I do. But, if the Bible teaches us nothing else, it is that love and faith will conquer fear. Fear is a tool of evil and love is a tool of good. Like the song says, "They will know we are Christians by our love." It is time to show the world that we are Christians.
Doesn't insulin have a fairly short shelf life too? Like, considerably less than the two-plus years that have passed since the world went to crap on the show? Not to mention, the whole "needs to be refrigerated" thing.
Me too. And I normally don't let things like that bother me, but there is no way a diabetic person would last that long into the ZA. Other than that, though, I enjoyed the episode. But, I enjoy most all of them.