I think this might be the first time I've actually watched Louisville this year; they've been a background game several times but never payed much attention to them.
Let the creepin' begin.
i found a website with the top 115 moments in survivor history, but this is old, and only goes up to season 11 http://www.averdata.net/~locbaseb/funny/75.htm  theres moment #75, brian vs helen, just as an example. are there any similar websites like this, with greatest or funniest or best survivor moments? (or big brother) please???? GILLY!! Links: ------  http://www.averdata.net/~locbaseb/funny/75.htm  http://www.averdata.net/~locbaseb/funny/75.htm
As an anthropologist I find that Cook Islands was very interesting. I think it makes people uncomfortable because race is such a taboo subject in America. While biologically there is no foundation for race, culturally race does exist. I think that this season proved that race biologically does not matter. I like how survivor does social experiments and pushes the boundaries. Just like the current season is based on social class another taboo subject. However, this season does not push it far enough. A no collar can make just as much as a white collar in the current season. I like to study Survivor as a science experiment though. I realize that is not how the average viewer is going to look at the game.
as in California-Berkeley, not Calipari. With all the drama over Rodgers supporting UW, I wanted to see if anyone had insight into the following: In NFL intro's Marshawn Lynch never says he went to Cal, but mentions his high school. Same with DeSean Jackson (he had an open feud with Jeff Tedford, so this one is easier). And Rodgers mentions his community college in intro's rather than Cal. Anyone have any insight into the cold sentiments to the university from some of its superstar athletes? Found it interesting considering many other pro athletes openly support their alma maters on twitter and show up to games to support their squads with fervor. Found it curious.
ULBIAN WROTE: ------------------------- I'm not sure about Jackson and Lynch but have a hunch about Rodgers. Him saying he went to Butte Community College is a constant reminder of where he came from. He wasn't recruited heavily if at all out of high school and developed that chip on his shoulder that drives him. It's why you see him wearing Butte shirts a fair amount. Another thought is that he's not overly thrilled at the way Cal treated Jeff Tedford. We're recruiting a post player from Butte. Hopefully he becomes our Aaron Rodgers!
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