Red versus blue. Left versus right. Democrat versus Republican. The lesser of two evils. Given our lack of viable choices between Candidate A and Candidate B as voters, it is tempting go with “Option C, none of the above”. First time voters and disenfranchised Republicans do not have to exercise Option C as “not voting”, when there is a viable candidate from a third party on the ballot this year.
In all honesty, it’s a tough question. The Clintons are as corrupt as they come. When Bill was in the White House, he brought more shame to the Presidency since Nixon and Watergate. And Hillary lies. She lied about the emails, under oath, she lied about mishandling qualified information, she lied about arriving in Kosovo […]
via Who should be the next US President? — Josh’s blog.
Oliver Connolly, SEC Country. McElwain is among the best offensive teachers in all of football, and what’s interesting is the contrast in how he discusses his offense and how it looks on the field. Off the field, he uses that simplistic language in place of more difficult concepts, yet on the field he masks simple concepts with detail and window dressing to generate mismatches and force defensive communication.
Deception may be the best way to describe McElwain’s brand of football. All he needs is six weeks with a drug-free quarterback.
As for alignments, the Gators execute run plays out of a pistol formation to conceal the running back for longer than if he were lined up next to the quarterback.
Florida says Georgia leads the all-time series 49-41. Georgia says it’s 50-41. Why do the two disagree? How can this happen? Well, Georgia tries to claim a 52-0 win over Florida in 1904. There’s just one problem. There was no University of Florida football in 1904. That extra victory that the Georgia Bulldog football team claims was actually over Florida Agricultural College- a club team. Congratulations, Georgia. You beat a club team. Here is an extensive history of the rivalry, written by someone with a higher IQ than a
cockroach Georgia Bulldog.
Stephen Wilkes explains a technique of photography he developed to combine multiple moments into a single, breathtaking image. “Photography can be described as the recording of a single moment frozen within a fraction of time,” says Stephen Wilkes. “But what if you could capture more than one moment in a photograph? What if a photograph could actually…
via The multi-dimensional beauty of “Day to Night” photography — ideas.ted.com
Overall- Real intense bitterness. Roasted malts and hops in the base beer already create a substantial bitterness, but the oak almost takes it to another level. I almost disagree with the commercial description that the oak aging rounds out the roastiness, it seems to amplify, or add a new kind of bitterness through the oak that amplifies. Either way, its a great beer. 5/5.
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