TSK breaks down Kentucky's 2012 FB Schedule →
Ugh. I don’t really even want to think about the upcoming football season. That said, here are my super quick predictions based on very little no research the bad taste in my mouth left from the past two seasons and nothing else: 9/3 @ Louisville: Loss. No, the Cards aren’t really that good, but the Cats are probably just that bad. 9/8 KENT STATE: Win, but I bet it’s squeaky....
[John L. Smith v. Les Miles] will be the equivalent of a coaching solar eclipse...– Spencer Hall
RE: Dan Harmon and Community
Quite a bit has been made on the eBays lately about NBC or somebody with authority not renewing Dan Harmon’s contract as executive producer and/or “showrunner” of Community. I’m a big fan of the show, and I haven’t missed an episode for probably two and a half seasons. I think it’s neat, but I’m not sure I’d put the BEST SHOW EVAR label on it. ...
Substantively, Judge Boyce F. Martin Jr.’s ruling in Maker’s Mark Distillery v....– Wow, This Sixth Circuit Judge Knows A Lot About Bourbon « Above the Law: A Legal Web Site – News, Commentary, and Opinions on Law Firms, Lawyers, Law School, Law Suits, Judges and Courts Sometimes legal opinions are hilarious. (via turnabout)
goodcrisser: look at the second name
Clean Get Away
animalsbeingdicks: Travis had planned for every contingency except that his tiny brain didn’t understand glass.
You cannot stop me.
derplodge: Walk away like a BOSS LMAO Kudos to you kid
Did you hear about the Italian chef that died?
goddammitzak: castiel-winchesterr: mrsfigscats: He pasta way. we cannoli do so much his legacy will become a pizza history. I’m alfredo-f what will happen to his family. His-a mamma was-a sad! Man, I’m bad at this.
Pluck the mint gently from its bed, just as the dew of the evening is about to...– Mint julep recipe attributed to Henry Watterson (1840-1921), Pulitzer Prize-winning editor of The Louisville Courier-Journal. Many juleps will be consumed at Churchill Downs today and tomorrow, the 138th runnings of the Kentucky Oaks and the Kentucky Derby. (via bourbonbabe) Many more will be...