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2012-10-31 03:33:04 PM
Your blog sucks.
 
2012-10-31 03:44:39 PM
I eat pieces of shiat like you for breakfast!
 
2012-10-31 03:48:44 PM
i1127.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-31 03:52:27 PM

IlGreven: I eat pieces of shiat like you for breakfast!


Came here for this.
 
2012-10-31 03:52:47 PM
i102.photobucket.com
 
2012-10-31 03:52:50 PM
Welcome to a week and a half ago, subby.

/bet on the Giants to win the WS, BTW
//and bet on the Mavs to win the season opener vs. the Lakers, since that was probably less likely
 
2012-10-31 04:01:41 PM
Totally unrelated, but I like how every now and then, current events will create a discussion on the usage of war metaphors used in sports coverage, and seemingly everyone in the media will consider it out of bounds and shy away from them for a period of time. Just went to ESPN.com for the first time today, and apparently we are not in the middle of one of those times:

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/four references in one fell swoop. Impressive.
 
2012-10-31 04:04:10 PM
Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?
 
2012-10-31 04:08:54 PM

you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?


How can one person be so wrong?
 
2012-10-31 04:10:05 PM

you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?


This post amuses me greatly since, when one of my friends alerted me to the comment, I replied, "No way, La Bamba's closed well before Watt got to Madison." La Bamba's was a fast food Mexican restaurant with the slogan "Burritos as big as your head" near UW-Madison's campus.
 
2012-10-31 04:11:56 PM

The Crepes of Wrath: you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?

How can one person be so wrong?


From now on, every measurement should be converted into burrito-foot/pounds.
 
2012-10-31 04:20:38 PM

roc6783: you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?

This post amuses me greatly since, when one of my friends alerted me to the comment, I replied, "No way, La Bamba's closed well before Watt got to Madison." La Bamba's was a fast food Mexican restaurant with the slogan "Burritos as big as your head" near UW-Madison's campus.


yeah, we had one of those on campus at UK. it closed in about 9 months though. they really werent that good plus it was on a street full of college food places. it just wouldnt survive that long.
 
2012-10-31 04:43:38 PM

roc6783: you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?

This post amuses me greatly since, when one of my friends alerted me to the comment, I replied, "No way, La Bamba's closed well before Watt got to Madison." La Bamba's was a fast food Mexican restaurant with the slogan "Burritos as big as your head" near UW-Madison's campus.


Weird, I thought La Bamba's was just down in West Lafayette. Was one of the few places you could go for mexican food after drinking at Harrys all night. It shut down around 2004. Sad times.

/Boiler up!
 
2012-10-31 05:25:44 PM

IAmRight: Welcome to a week and a half ago, subby.


THIS^^^
 
2012-10-31 05:54:50 PM

roc6783: you are a puppet: Best part is, it's probably true.

It's probably true that he's eaten a burrito bigger than 212 pounds? I don't understand. There are no burritos that big. Even that one on Man vs Food was only 8 pounds. How were these probabilities derived?

This post amuses me greatly since, when one of my friends alerted me to the comment, I replied, "No way, La Bamba's closed well before Watt got to Madison." La Bamba's was a fast food Mexican restaurant with the slogan "Burritos as big as your head" near UW-Madison's campus.


Between LaBamba's, Ploazaburgers and the Parthenon it's amazing I graduated under 160 pounds.

/BA '90
/great to see a Badger excel at the next level
 
2012-10-31 09:21:36 PM

IlGreven: I eat pieces of shiat like you for breakfast!


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you eat pieces of shiat for breakfast?
 
2012-10-31 10:35:14 PM

The Flexecutioner: yeah, we had one of those on campus at UK. it closed in about 9 months though. they really werent that good plus it was on a street full of college food places. it just wouldnt survive that long.


The bigger joke was someone opening an upscale night-club with 'patio seating'. It was a wood deck 6 inches above the parking lot. Next to the rest of the parking lot where bums hung out to peddle quarters from college kids.

Now it's a Hugh Jass Burgers, which I refuse to patron for the same reason as the 'Off the Hookah' down the street.
Glad Tolly Ho moved, and Smash Burger is a block away.
 
2012-10-31 10:37:48 PM

Amurica...Fark Ya!: Weird, I thought La Bamba's was just down in West Lafayette. Was one of the few places you could go for mexican food after drinking at Harrys all night. It shut down around 2004. Sad times.


Every other town in America has a La Bamba's. The other town gets a Mi Mexico.

I've been in four towns with 'Burritos as big as your head'.
 
2012-10-31 10:40:54 PM

Killer Cars: Totally unrelated, but I like how every now and then, current events will create a discussion on the usage of war metaphors used in sports coverage, and seemingly everyone in the media will consider it out of bounds and shy away from them for a period of time. Just went to ESPN.com for the first time today, and apparently we are not in the middle of one of those times:

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/four references in one fell swoop. Impressive.


lol, you see ads
 
2012-11-01 01:50:42 AM

bionicjoe: The Flexecutioner: yeah, we had one of those on campus at UK. it closed in about 9 months though. they really werent that good plus it was on a street full of college food places. it just wouldnt survive that long.

The bigger joke was someone opening an upscale night-club with 'patio seating'. It was a wood deck 6 inches above the parking lot. Next to the rest of the parking lot where bums hung out to peddle quarters from college kids.

Now it's a Hugh Jass Burgers, which I refuse to patron for the same reason as the 'Off the Hookah' down the street.
Glad Tolly Ho moved, and Smash Burger is a block away.


yeah, before it was those things (Jersey Mike's, La Bamba's, that patio bar, and Hugh Jass) it was a Dairy Mart when i came to UK. Of all things they closed it down for health code violations because it had rusty fridges and rats. It was snacks and cigs next to Tolly Ho and when they closed Ho started their own snacks n cigs area. There was an old lady who owned that building for like 60 years and when she died some company took it over and tried to renegotiate with the Ho so they left. That place was an institution.
 
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