That’s what I hear, at least. I haven’t spoken to the little bastard since.
In my dream, I own Orkin. My crews drive my fleet of trucks all over America tenting the homes of Michigan grads with the entire family inside.
Ask your nephew if he wishes to be treated as the modern day equivalent of a leper from biblical times.
"Nephew, every time you enter a social situation with those present knowing you're a UM grad, you'll hear cries of "unclean, unclean..", and decent people will flee from your presence. Is that the future you want?"
in about 4 years, so look on the bright side.
Cisco in San Jose. She excelled in the Ross Business school-
Uncle Jammer could never find a “Good Weekend” to attend a Fall event at “The House that Gary Moeller & Brady Hoke” built!
I wish the same for the nephew of drmurray. You are both failures as uncles.
My niece is approximately 3-5 years old. In looking through my photo album from college, she seemed to enjoy a photo of my friends and me tailgating before a Michigan game. One of my friends was shirtless, and we had painted on his chest the words "Michigan is a Cunt."
The marker was laid down that day, and I will never have to write a shameful post like this.
The Michigan chant when Michiganders were fed up with Gary Moeller.
Now he is dead to me.
He should major in archeology because his career is in ruins.
“The world needs ditch diggers, too.”
You are correct, drmurray, in that Michigan sucks. Maybe this will cheer you up...
For those that don't have kids, child abduction in this era is a valid concern. While it may be a bit of Mrs. Lovejoy over hysteria, and one would like to think that 1) my kids can tell who to trust/sniff out a fake story of a potential predator 2) resist physically an attack, it's still an issue to deal with. Like Holtz in game plannning, parenting requires preparation.
One element is to have a safe word, or code word for your kid to know it's okay to go with somebody. Honestly, we haven't had to employ it, but it's there if you need it.
I discussed this with our kids: But, Dad, we need something they can't guess. We can't use something simple. Dad, what about having a SENTENCE, so if an adult is guessing a single WORD, then we know for sure it's not right.
In every conceivable circumstance, I'm sure my kids trust my inlaws (and should). But I wonder if my in laws will ever have to say, "Ann Arbor is a dirty whore".
Obviously, I will change the safe code. But, I thought you could use the pick me up. Good day, drmuray. And...isn't you that just rightfully blames Davie?
this is one of them.
Don't b'lieve I'da tol' that."
T-shirt on his first day. I introduced myself and said "Tim, did anyone ever tell you that you don't get a second chance to make a first impression?"
Your nephew will be fine, but I would avoid their home on Fall Saturdays. I do the same - my sister married a Penn State season ticket holder. We keep college football discussions civil even though I hope his team loses every game.
On the upside, there's a legion of demons that will enjoy feasting on your soul for eternity.
Half his parents went to UM and the other half married a man from UM.
I’m not sure which is dumber.
I think your failure came when you allowed your sister to make such a colossal mistake.
I smeared a buncha suck all over me and went as Michigan. I didn't get shit trick-or-treating the whole night. I have never been prouder of my neighborhood.
celebrated at about every twentieth house that had two dads with beers in hand sitting on folding chairs on the driveway around the raging fire pit they dragged in from "around back".