The Atlanta announcers strongly disagreed, and they are well qualified and dispassionate arbiters of arbitros. :whistling:
I only heard it on the radio, announcers said Rivas blew while ATL keeper was still setting the wall, not on his line.
Just saw the replay ... he...
Bless her heart.
I might come back for that.
Hmm. And here's me having dreamed about fly fishing last night ...
I disagree. In my experience it makes it all the more important, and I hated looking over there and wondering where the heck they went. :barefoot:
That's exactly what happened to me every time I did it intentionally. :unsure:
Well, we may hope his coach has duly whacked him soundly upside the head.
Mm, nice. Would never say "that knucklehead deserved it," but -- I don't suppose college play has red cards for "taunting" like HS does?
Hmm. You and I must have had a different class of fans/coaches/subs sitting behind us all the times we ran lines. :rolleyes:
“The good news is that you don’t need to be as active as a hunter-gatherer. Even small amounts of physical activity — just 10 or 20...
I think that's the wrong lesson to take from these exercises.
Well, actually, on reflection ... I think I was accused of being deaf at least as many times as blind.
Well, yes to all of that, and I should have said "slightly exacerbates" ... but I did say "not to mention." ;)
And to be further imperfectly...
Not to mention that relying on the sound exacerbates the thinking-they're-offside-when-they're-not thing, because the speed of sound is really...