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Discussion in 'George Mason Basketball' started by By George., Mar 13, 2020.
A stranger that let her hold a gun too while she got driven around. She was like 17 too. LOL.
The most disturbing part for me (and there is a lot to choose from) is her first husband getting married at 17 to a 14 year old and both sets of moms signing the paperwork to make it happen. WTF?!?!?
Kind of a side note to this discussion but if you are able to, highly encourage you to go get brions takeout or takeout from any of the restaurants that support the program, those guys are hurting and I can tell you if I’m a business owner support to the MBB would be the first thing I’d cut if my business was taking a huge hit.
Happy 35th birthday to Sidd Finch. If you want to know where my avatar comes from, here is a great ESPN Short:
For those who are watching Better Call Saul, here's an article on Mason alum Rhea Seehorn/Kim Wexler:
She’s such a good actress in Saul. It’s amazing she wasn’t more well known before it.
I have made about 8-12 good purchases in my life, one, a $700 polar bear suit, another being seasons one and two of Cobra Kai on DVD for $19.99. Came with a reversible headband with one side CK and the other Miyagi Do.
Every other show is pretty much horseshit and I will fight any three of you that disagree.
That is a solid list of books. I might pick up Quarterback and Into the Abyss if they are on Apple Books
I really liked into the Abyss. Highly recommend it. Easy read, and it’s a true story. Quarterback was eh to me.
OK maybe I will move Quarterback down in the rotation.
Now I'm watching a six foot guard from Richmond "declare for the NBA draft." Pretty amusing comedy...
The new rules letting people "declare" and then back out makes every offseason kind of an interesting look into the ego of some of these college players.
But, hey, never say never, Shane Larkin was drafted (mid-first round even).
They should just give Rhea Seehorn the Emmy next year. She's absolutely killing it. And that Lalo dude is a scary ass bad guy.
Here is a great interview with the actor who plays Lalo, but make sure you already watched last night's episode before reading it.
Here’s a broadcasting opportunity for Bill Rohland.
This season is probably the best one so far.
The show definitely gets better the closer you get to the beginning of Breaking Bad, because more and more characters are getting introduced.
I'm too lazy and tired to find it, but somewhere on the interwebs there is a Sopranos director, producer, show runner, etc "family tree", of which Breaking Bad is a part of. We really are living in the golden age of tv.
Why have I not been watching Brooklyn Nine Nine? Funny show
If anyone has Netflix and likes historical drama, this is a quality show: