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Discussion in 'DVU' started by Cutig, Dec 2, 2017.
It was that bad
There aren't many people I actively avoid, but he's one of them. No need to waste any brain power on someone who will spin anything to hate someone.
Yeah, you shouldn't ever coach kids hard after a mental mistake especially when it's been said over and over. What a few golly great fucking society we live in. It's okay pumpkin you just cost us the game,but I'm not going to be mad because we still get pizza afterwards. Give me a fucking break.
I'm definitely not going back to rewatch and confirm, but I'm 90% sure Dabo ripped into KB and Streeter right after this play. You could see him saying something about missing that read and that he should've handed the ball off.
It was after the third down play, but I believe it was about the first down misread.
Dan Lebatard is basically just a shock jock blow hard asshole Castro Communist who plays the race card more than anyone I have ever seen or heard of, even more so than our great friend here @Adam , just to keep shit riled up.
Unlike Adam, Lebatard has no redeeming value. His dad, however, is funny as fuck on the occasion that I happen to watch/listen long enough to enjoy the old man's comedy. It doesn't last long before I have to bail because Dan pulls his usual shit.
Strangely enough, he is not nearly as putrid when he fills in as a cohost on PTI. Usually.
There are lots of very good types of country music. The kind found in the radio is not one of them.
True unless you can find a classic country station or listen to satellite radio.
Keep waiting for Sirius to come out with a Red Dirt station.
It's great when you're driving somewhere random and pull in an old school country station. I was driving through Nebraska recently and hit scan on the AM dial and wound up on one of those stations. They played Patsy Cline, George Jones, Johnny Cash, and a bunch of songs I didn't honestly know but that you could tell were from the 50s/60s/70s. Love hearing those old songs.
Driving through Nebraska? Why would you do that
He really loves corn, bruh.
Yes but there’s no corn around right now, unless he’s gonna fight the cows for the waste
It was better than driving through Minnesota. I am not living my best geographical life.
Last summer drive up the Lake Superior coast of MN, would do it again, gorgeous.
I live in Nebraska tho so I know the pain. The worst drive ever is western Kansas => E Colorado headed to Denver. Haven't been across all of NE on I80 yet.
Worst drive in the world is from the upstate to the coast. Middle of SC is horrific. I'd rather be in South Dakota
You’re not supposed to drive in flyover states.
I’m going to throw in the drive from Las Vegas to Phoenix.
Eh, the drive from Phoenix to Vegas isn't bad. Cacti and some mountains and a dam and stuff. It's the drive back after a no-sleep 48 hour bender that makes it the worst 4.5 hours on the planet. I've heard.
Yeah, that stretch from Duluth on up is beautiful. You should see it in the fall when the leaves turn. Lake Superior messes with my mind as someone who grew up near the beach, as it takes a second to realize I don't smell any salt in the air and the fucking beach is made of pebbles. Still a beautiful coastline to drive, though.
As someone who has driven across Kansas twice, it’s not even a competition. Driving to the coast is nothing.
I have to fly to Kansas and drive to the middle of nowhere often for work. It's not enjoyable.
Yeah. The stretch from Salina west to Denver is pure hell. At least east of that you get the flint hills.
I’ve driven from Fargo to eastern Montana in a day. That may be a worse drive.
Drove from Omaha to Des Moines once. Horrible drive. But nowhere close to driving from LA to Sacramento. I like looking at farms and do it professionally and even I was bored out of my mind.
This is true. Badlands made me want to gouge my eyes out
We drove to Yellowstone and back several years ago. The two worst days were St. Louis to Rapid City, SD and Gardiner, MT to Minneapolis.
Drove out to Montana in 99. Greenville to Crossville Tn. Crossville to some place right outside of Kansas City. Kansas City to Murdo, SD. Murdo to White Sulphur Springs MT. Kansas City to Murdo was woof!
But Savage Montana to Floyd Iowa was easily the worst leg of the whole trip.
Des Moines to Minneapolis is even worse. The stretch you described is considered the pretty part of the drive for me when I go Twin Cities to Omaha.
San Francisco to Charlotte was the worst for me.
San Fran to Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon to Amarillo, Amarillo to Memphis, Memphis to Charlotte.
GPS was like continue straight on I-40 E for 40 hours.
You're a professional farmlooker?
I did that drive the year I graduated. Drove from cola to E Montana for a job. Shit was awful, driving from cola up to about Wisconsin was terrible. Through Wisconsin to Fargo was nice, then a straight shot across ND.