My college (Ohio Northern University) is not a state college. And I've still got student loans that I'm paying off to the tune of a few hundred bucks a month. Nor do I have a few spare million dollars lying around. Why on earth would I donate money to them? College is a business. I […]
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A) Have you ever hitchhiked? B) Have you ever picked up a hitchhiker? A) Yes; B) Yes A) Yes; B) No A) No; B) Yes A) No; B) No View Results
Born in the USA is not a patriotic song. The One I Love is not a song you dedicate to someone that you love, and Losing My Relgion has nothing to do with religion. Add others as you think of them in the comments.
Everyone else is sharing their memories, but my memories of the day are fairly limited. I was in South Florida - Delray Beach - at the time. When I was in college earlier in 2000-2001 I had seen the election with the "hanging chads" on the national news, and now here I was living in […]
If you're into indie film creation, you'd do well to pop on over to this Kickstarter page to support a project from a few friends called "Sweetpea" - a short western with a female lead role.
Busy busy busy busy busy busy busy busy.
Fake, but fun.
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Are those still worth six points? Are they what you call a player scoring a touchdown right after the opposing teach scores a touchdown?
One of the worst I've seen. I hope they didn't make this mistake on their business card, bank accounts, business records, etc.
Four for a penny! Now that's a deal!!!
Affecting something can produce effects. Of course, one can have affectations, too. Both can be a noun or a verb, but generally affect is the verb, effect is the noun.
"As with so many things in my makeup, the answer derives from Charlie Nicklaus. My father taught me the single hardest thing a professional athlete has to learn, which is how to lose gracefully. Dad convinced me very early in my involvement with sports that I had to accept the bad with the good; that, […]