Respectfully disagree. 100%.
Athletes like Webber get a taste. It’s called a free education, which in today’s money at a school like Michigan or Chapel Hill or Duke can be worth upwards of $50,000 per annum, and they literally get a free lunch. And breakfast, dinner, and snacks. The life of a D1 athlete on scholarship is nothing like the life of the average college student.
That said, college athletics is a horrible racket—I agree 100% with that point.
I have overslept before a mission and I can’t find my helmet/rifle/ammo.
I think we have a winner. Yikes.
We’ve seen those, and thought about it, but they cost ~$100.
With the So, we’re not that curious—she’s all Lab in behavior if not completely in looks.
Eloise, otoh, is such a weirdo, it might be worth it.
He’ll always be Orson Swindle to me.
And they say that sticks go higher in the HS and College games because of the mental protection afforded by shields, but I say, so what? If the refs call double minors on face slashes, the sticks will stay down. The rule that there has to be blood now to call a double minor is insane.
Again, hockey players are crazy.
eh, sometimes I prefer honest scorn to fake-ass, man-of-the-people bullshit.
I agree—I do respect the hell out of Ina’s success—she earned it.
And as the Bard says, ‘to thine own entitled, snobby ass be true.’
You could look it up.
incendiary artillery rounds have existed for some time. I’m sure he did his part.
I’ve looked at the records, and General Abbott was meticulous, and this unit, the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artillery, used mainly solid shot in the guns and fused shells for the Petersburg Express and the rest of the 13” Seacoast Mortars. No incendiary rounds as far as I can tell.
fused shells/air burst artillery can start fires easily. I meant that, not jelly-type modern stuff.
I knew that and should have said so. Thanks for the corrections.