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@missbliss Enlighten me. What does "bro band" mean?
"Caplan provides a depth of feeling that isn't always there," is what I've always noticed about her. I'm looking forward to seeing her playing lead or at least a strong supporting role in a big-budget drama. She's certainly a "future" star, but if only the future could come quicker. This seems like a throwaway role though.
Cool video, bro. What the video doesn't show, however, is that Diplo uses a Flowbee for his haircuts.
Nathan, I was very aware of both Skerrit Bwoy and Switch's departure from Major Lazer. Also, the crowd didn't have any negative effect on my experience; on the contrary, the crowd was the funnest part of the experience. As far as watching the show in Jamaica, I'm sure I would be more interested in the openers that you mentioned just so I could experience indigenous Jamaican music in its home.
"Quinn Cook often has looked like a cheetah born into a family of camels, working hard amid the desert of flawless half court execution but longing for the grassy fast break of the savannah."
This is beautiful.
Also, interesting because many were skeptical of Quinn Cook's speed--especially since he came into his freshman year fresh off of a reoccurring knee injury. He's still not anywhere near the quickest point guard in the ACC (?), but he's quick and efficient in those important "spurts" you talk about. A lot of those fast breaks work really well because Cook is grabbing more defensive rebounds, then starting the fast break immediately. From there, he has, what Coach K coined "free vision" of the court. Coach K got this from watching and coaching Jason Kidd, who he called a magnificent passer because he was able to turn those defensive rebounds into quick or crafty outlet passes without having to do to much ball handling. This seems to be very important for point guards like Kidd and Cook, whose ball handling skills aren't the best among their counterparts. Fun read, Eric.
Nancy, had Coach K done that with a group of college players, I could see your point. But, don't we all expect a team full of NBA All-Star's and future Hall of Famers to be potent and devastating?
I'm more in love with Gonza. The food looks and tastes classier and they give you Chuck Norris bobbleheads instead of fuzzy caterpillars
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