South Carolina winning the title....Lmao....and johnny Football is the dumbest nickname in sports just like teddy ballgame Or donny baseball. What next LeBron basketball Or sidney hockey? How about Serena tennis Or Rory Golf....
You guys are missing the boat on Pluto. First, I'm a planetary geologist. To us, a planet is any natural spherical body that orbits the sun not under the primary gravitational influence of another body, i.e. the Moon is a moon rather than a planet. So there are actually many more than nine planets. But yes, astronomers have their own terminology. But they didn't say that Pluto isn't a planet, they reclassified it, and the asteroid Ceres, as Dwarf Planets. I've always understood Dabo to be a very bright man. He could have chosen any planets, but he specifically said that he was from a planet associated with the God of War. On the other hand, Spurrier is from a Dwarf Planet associated with the Roman equivalent of Satan. So he was calling Spurrier small, insignificant, and evil. It's actually Spurrier's response that shows ignorance.
Suddenly this guy is a marginal player. Didnt he win co defensive player in the supposedly mighty SEC? THE GUY IS GAY BIG FUCKING DEAL. HEY SKELETOR(DUNGY), WAS IT A DISTRACTION WHEN YOU BECAME THE FIRST BLACK COACH IN COLTS HISTORY? I bet if the patriots had drafted Sam, nothing would have been said. Leave that Man alone.
Don't you wish we had a time machine so we could skip through the 2014 and 2015 seasons and let Perry get his wish to watch his beloved Trojans get their shot at the Tide. God I hope I'm still alive in two years
Good afternoon Rude,
Hope all is well. I’ve been a listener of years for a long time - back to the 96 Rock days. I was surprised this a.m. when you mentioned The Planets by G. Holst. I love that piece/suite with ‘Mars’ as my favorite. It has real gravitas and I think most folks would be surprised to know how often it is used in movies. All that said, I recently released a CD of instrumental music based on the science fiction book, ‘Perelandra’ by CS Lewis. Each piece corresponds to a chapter/theme/character in this rather odd book. It is by no means in the realm of talent as Holst, but I thought you might enjoy it – a decent trip into the experimental/space rock realm. Below is the website and a code for a free download of the music, liner notes, etc. Hope you enjoy.
Mark Wallace Maguire
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