It blows me away how someone can get THAT fat. I mean, the physics of it are pretty obvious, but how could anyone be inactive enough to break the 450 barrier? It seems like at 450 or so, basic everyday actions would burn enough calories to keep you from going much higher than that. Then again they are probably putting down more food daily than I can even fathom.
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"We made too many wrong mistakes." ~ Yogi Berra
There was nothing objective about his use of stats. That's funny that he wanted to start a completely new site. Even if he wasn't a douchebag, you have to know your audience. Most football fans wouldn't find that kind of discussion interesting. It wouldn't have worked...
at this point, the ice bucket challenge is only compelling if it's unexpected
Miami should have taken Zach Mettenberger over Arthur Lynch. I don't know what they see in that guy. That was a missed opportunity.
Of course the tempo is off, brian hartline is still #2...