I'm all for praising/criticizing media figures on a case by case basis. When they say something dumb, ridicule them. When they say something smart, praise them. When they say something dumb that gives ISU too much credit, smile and say "Thank You". When they say something smart that punctures our bubble before a fall, nod your head and say "Hmmmmm, yes. He might be correct".
It ain't rocket surgery. Or even brain science.
"Correct me if I'm wrong, Scotty.......but if I kill all the golfers, they'll lock me up and throw away the key!" Carl Spackler
Hey guys, be nice. We all put our shorts on one leg at a time.
Do people actually put their pants/shorts on one leg at a time? Do they have a giant zipper that connects the two legs together and runs from front to back or are people just that much more flexible than me? I find I have to pull both pant legs up at the same time.
I actually like the giant zipper idea for my wife. It would make some things a lot easier.
Give credit where credit it due. Just when I thought Gottlieb couldn't get any dumber he picked us over UCONN...and totally redeemed himself!!!!!!
Well... The day of the ISU UConn game he actually changed his prediction and went with UConn. Just so we're clear.
No ****. Do u guys live under a rock? He totally changed his mind and picked Uconn. It felt like he was doing it just because every other ESPN talking head picked Uconn and he didn't want to be the only one who got it wrong.
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