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Gary Patterson still crying about not making playoffs

13 April 2015 - 05:26 AM

Maybe it's just me, but the concept of 12-1>11-1 seems pretty simple....



"I was told why we had a committee was we were going to take all that stuff out of it; I remember talking about the championship games and they shouldn't have mattered," Patterson said. "Their job was to watch all this film and pick the top four teams no matter where you played and what you did. And then, all of a sudden in the end it got down to they played a championship game and we didn't. That's not what we were told. We were told they would pick the four best teams."

more at link...

also, after channeling his inner Les Miles Patterson had this to say


Here's the thing, what I found the one consistent is that it will never always be fair

It's getting harder and harder to give cops the benefit of the doubt...

09 April 2015 - 08:00 AM

Now, I'm not letting bad cops give them all a bad name...but whenever you hear about a shooting it's tougher to not doubt their stories. We see them basically executing people in the streets.

A sh!t so bad that it grounds a plane

16 March 2015 - 07:26 PM

http://www.vice.com/.... by a bad ****

A British Airways flight was forced to turn around and land over the weekend because somebody did a **** so bad the plane was essentially rendered useless. Imagine living your life in the knowledge that you once turded so appallingly that a 747-400 had to turn around and land. Your liquid **** brought a £360 million airplane juddering out of the sky. Imagine looking your loved ones in the face after that. Imagine hugging your mum. You couldn't. Your arsehole is essentially a terrorist.

Anyway, the BA flight from Heathrow to Dubai on Saturday had to turn around and flop back down again at Heathrow just 30 minutes into the seven-hour flight because somebody did a toilet crime.

Hertsmere Tory councillor Abhishek Sachdev—who has clearly not heard the "he who smelt it, dealt it" directive—happened to be on the flight, and, as well as tweeting his response ("Insane! Our BA flight to Dubai returned back to Heathrow because of a smelly poo in the toilet! 15hrs until next flight... #britishairways") also spoke to the Daily Mail about the ordeal. Again: imagine making a smell so bad a Tory councillor talks to a national paper about it.

"The pilot made an announcement requesting senior cabin crew, and we knew something was a bit odd," he said. "About 10 minutes later he said, 'You may have noticed there's a quite pungent smell coming from one of the toilets.'

"He said it was liquid faecal excrement. Those are the words he used."

More at link....


Phrases you used to say wrong

08 March 2015 - 07:09 PM

1.) I used to think it was "hints the name" instead of "hence the name"

2.) when I was little I thought it was the "windshield factor" instead of "windchill factor"...so if they said 39 with a windshield factor of 25 it meant your windshield would be 25 degree in the morning

Scientists slow down light

25 February 2015 - 09:06 AM


Scottish scientists have managed to make light travel slower than the speed of light.

They did it by changing the shape of the photon’s by sending it through a special mask. This change of shape caused the photons to travel slower than the speed of light.

*** News reports:
The experiment is likely to alter how science looks at light.
The collaborators – from Glasgow and Heriot-Watt universities – are members of the Scottish Universities Physics Alliance. They have published their results in the journal Science Express.
The speed of light is regarded as an absolute. It is 186,282 miles per second in free space.
Light propagates more slowly when passing through materials like water or glass but goes back to its higher velocity as soon as it returns to free space again.
Or at least it did until now.
Two and a half years ago, the experimenters set out to see if they could slow down light just a little – and keep it moving more slowly.
In a laboratory at Glasgow university, Dr Jacquiline Romero, Dr Daniel Giovannini and colleagues built what amounts to a racetrack for photons, the individual particles of light.