Beautiful woman! But that tattoo limits her poses somewhat.PRL
I don't think that's a tattoo, I think that's a little bit of her poop or something, it honestly looks like diarrhea.
LOL. Have any of you ever been to the beach? It just looks like wet sand from her frolicking on the edge of the water.
Actually, right leg and left hand.She's hiding her hand in pics 2 and 3. And her leg is also cropped.I'm older, so tattoos make a "10", a 6 or 7. Still, beautiful!Thanks for your blogspot!PRL
I've looked at other pictures of her and didn't see any tattoos, but maybe I'm wrong... The cropping/poses might just be a coincidence.
Who cares about a letter from him? I would trash it. Glad to see him doing well though. Seems like an intelligent young man and always acted like a Michigan man should on the court.
That's why nobody is the ideal moniker for you.
This isn't a place to air my political views, but he's the President of the United States. I don't know what your specific problem with Obama is, and it doesn't really matter. He is still a man to be respected. Since it's Memorial Day, I think I would be doing a disservice to my father and my upbringing if I didn't voice my opinion here. Regardless of political beliefs, the man is the leader of our country. If I got a letter from any president, it would be an honor. You don't have to believe in what Obama stands for or his platform or his abilities as POTUS, but the fact is that he was voted into office through the process that our country's forefathers developed. If you don't like it, you should have found a better candidate, campaigned for him, and won the election in 2008 or 2012. You have another chance in 2016.
Thunder, when George Bush was president independents and Republicans said the exact same thing to left-wingers like you. Instead, the response we got was "Death to Bush". Heck a movie about how to kill President Bush was produced, distributed and viewed by left wing ideologues like yourself. Well, if you applied a third of your analytical prowess that you do on football players and evaluate President Obama, your conclusion would be different. If you deny this, then there's no doubt that you'd join the Democrats in labeling anyone who disagrees with Obama policies or pronouncements a racist and bigot. You lefties are the bane of hypocrisy....making, promoting and enjoying movies on how to kill President Bush, but condemning to hell those who disagree with what he says. IF ON THE OTHER HAND YOU'RE NOT A LEFTIST, then I too - being that it's Memorial Day - would be doing a disservice to my Father and his three brothers, all of whom fought in WWII:Regardless of political belief, when the President of the United States initiates and puts into place policies when are anathema to the United States, call him out on it and do what you can to let him know you disagree with his policies. If you belief he is being derelict of duty, then let him and your Congressmen know why you believe it is so, and do what you can to get him removed from office. My Father, who is still with us by the grace of God, has observed President Obama and found him to be lacking in any skill set necessary to be President. As Dad predicted in 2008, we as a country are worse off in any metric which mattered heretofore. So, yes Jordan Morgan would have been justified in recording and placing on YouTube the burning of the letter from President Obama. Of course, were he to do so the lovers of diversity would condemn him as an Uncle Tom and not being black enough, just like they are doing to Dr. Ben Carson. And yes, Thunder or whoever you really are, while your football analysis is excellent, your political beliefs and votes have caused this once great country to sink into a mire of mediocracy. Take off you black-tinted glasses and see Obama for who he really is - a man who became President without the requisite background. We are paying the price. Thanks for voting so foolishly Thunder.
HAHAHAHA!!!Wow. I honestly can't take any of what you say seriously, because it's clearly written by someone who's prone to making some wild, baseless assumptions and leaping to invalid conclusions. You have no idea how I voted in any election, and you know what they say about people who "A-S-S-U-M-E."This blog isn't about politics, and discussing politics is a lose-lose situation. Feel free to have at it. Heck, the more you post about politics on here, the more site hits the blog gets. Maybe I *should* post about politics just to get everyone's dander up. But I'm not taking part in any of it.Anyway, my only point is that whether it's Obama, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Reagan, Carter, etc., getting a letter from the president is an honor. I wouldn't burn a letter from any president in history. That's not a political statement. I would also not burn a letter I got from Bud Selig or Roger Goodell or Adam Silver or Gary Bettman or Al Sharpton or John McCain or Urban Meyer or Mark Dantonio or the president of the Motion Picture Association of America.
I am very conservative, but Thunder is right. I am not a fan of President Obama or his policies, but he is my president and as such deserves respect. We as Americans have the right to vote the man or woman we want into office. Unfortunately, IMO, Obama has been elected (twice). Again, I personally am on the other side of the aisle, but that doesn't mean I can't show respect to the man that is the current leader.
Obama is by the worst president we've ever had, absolutely pitiful. He blames EVERYTHING on George Bush, he crazily runs up the debt (unlike any president before), he takes money OUT of MILITARY to FUND WELFARE, he doesn't realize that schools don't need a crazy amount of money, they just need enough to be comfortable and the rest comes from properly training teachers and well disciplined families, he did a horrible job handling Benghazi, and the VA Scandal, his unemployment rates are worse than George Bush, Net Neutrality will never work in the people's favor, we'll always have someone constantly watching our internet activity under Obama, and his approval rating is the lowest among any president of the United States EVER. Don't tell me any of you actually voted for that schmuck.
Who did you, and everyone else vote for in 2012?
Turned 18 a week before 2000's election. Voted for Bush in 2000 and 2004, then McCain in 2008, and Romney in 2012. I am almost positive I made the right decision every time
Thunder-If you told us who you voted for in 2012, or where you lean politically, this would all be a lot better
It's nobody's business who I voted for in 2012 or where I lean politically. And there's nothing to make "better." It's a random internet poster who's upset because I said the President should be respected. There's nothing to fix.
I would have kept any letter from any other president, but would trash one from this one. He has to earn my respect and he has done the opposite. If I dislike him as much as I do, why would I keep a letter from him? In fact if everyone in the world sent me a letter and I could trash only one, it would be his. He is definitely racist, thinks it is ok to kill babies, likes illegal aliens and welfare recipients better than service men and women, and doesn't want Americans to have the right to defend themselves with guns. If you would read anything in these "common core " text books that we are going to be forced to teach our kids with, you would see that he is un- American. My grandfather's would roll over in their grave if they knew what he was doing to the country that they fought for.
Although I would like to say that I love the site and like hearing your opinion on Michigan football subject matters. Thanks for keeping up a very good site for us fans to come to and all of your hard work.
Alright, now I am beyond curious since you're making such a mystery of it, just say if you're Democrat or Republican, and you can delete it by midnight
Why, thank you for the permission to post it and then delete it by midnight, but I think I'll pass.
wait, if you followed me on twitter, you could DM it to me
Reply to this with 1 if you think Obama is better than Bush, 2 if you think Bush is better than Obama
1st, this is Thunder's blogspot. 2nd, I'm an old non-computer person and don't really understand (and to lazy to learn) how to post to this site, other than Anon. But I always put my initials at the end.But to state your very biased views, then hide behind Anon, is really bush! (haha)The tattoo on her thigh is a large-thumbed-hand holding what looks to be a flag (?).Her left hand, maybe something significant to her. Look how carefully she is hiding it in the 2nd pic. Not that it matters!PRL
This is a ridiculous comments section. First, this woman does not have tatoos she's trying to hide on her right thigh and her left hand. Check this photo for her left hand:http://iv1.lisimg.com/image/5977299/600full-tetyana-veryovkina.jpg...and this photo for her right thigh (both pics mostly SFW and among the first found with a simple google images search, btw).http://www.desktopstars.ru/md/t/tetyana-veryovkina/1920x1080/Tetyana-Veryovkina-1920x1080-015.jpgSecond, there's no way a football blogger should be bullied to reveal which party he prefers. His views in this blog are mostly football related and never political. Him saying that the POTUS is "a man to be respected" is not controversial. The office carries some weight... For Thunder to offer up his political views is bad for business. He's a football blogger, fergodssake. If you thought of him as a conservative or liberal football blogger, you would read his posts through that lense.If you think you have a right to know where he stands politically, then you need to get over yourself.Best regards,The Voice of Reason
I'm the one who said I don't respect him and I don't. He puts his pants on the same way as you and I. Only he is a horrible person and president. I never asked what thunders political preference was. Nor do I think the person who runs this blog could be bullied. He could just choose not to post the guys questions and responses. I'm sure he didn't feel " bullied". Voice of reason. Now that's funny! Go blue!
All these internet tough guys talking like they would actively disrespect the POTUS. BS. I'm sure if Obama called you up and was like "hey I'm trying to get to know my constituents better, can I come over for dinner" that you'd be preparing your house like it was the Second Coming. I'm not pro-Obama (like, at all), but come on, the dude is the President. Of the United States. Like, it's pretty cool that he would give you a personal gesture, no reason to be a weenie about it.
I assure you. That piece of crap is not welcome at my house. Most people of the new U.S. only stand for whatever opinion is popular, but I assure you that there is still people who will stand up for what they believe in. Letting him in my house would be "selling out". Trust with all your heart that I'm not an " internet bad ass" and that he will never be welcome in my house.
Thunder, you know you're doing something right when your website is popular enough to attract trolls like the Anonymous (not me) who is so interested in learning your political views. Keep on keeping on!
I mentioned this before, I am not an Obama supporter. But all the "I hate this guy...I can't respect him..."-stuff is ridiculous. I absolutely understand why you are saying this, but what is it helping? Many people knew of this type of behavior before his re-election and many even before his initial election. People will follow this man blindly. There is no use calling names or screaming your hatred. Be change in your community or even in your own home. Raise your children to be difference makers and not the next generation of future handout recipients. If you want to see change, then BE CHANGE. There is only so much we can control. Control what you can.Unfortunately, I believe President Obama is doing what he thinks is best for this country. I happen to completely disagree with him. I disagreed with a lot of what President Bush did as well, and also Congress and our Supreme Court! I can't change them. I can only control me. Our country needs more men to rise up and be better fathers and husbands. Ranting about politics wouldn't even be an issue if everyone understood the value of a strong work ethic. Be change, don't just bark about it.