Buy Nasonex Without Prescription, No, I didn’t quit writing, join the circus, get attacked by Somali Pirates, or decide to take up ad hoc piloting of random airplanes falling pilotless from the sky. I just decided that it was time for a few days off. This was due to a number of things. First there was the fact that—after the conclusion of the Final Four—there wasn’t much to talk about last week. Secondly, I have been working on trying to get a few things done which, hopefully, will improve a few things here at the Gate in anticipation of football season (and I do really hope that this is the case). Furthermore, my non-blogging life has required that I do things other than fixate upon football season which, according to the tell-tale little widget over on the right sidebar (that’s this way for those of you who are directionally challenged), is still more than 140 days off. Finally, there were three big points which put me in bit of a funk, one which I decided to wallow in for a day or so, those points are as follows:
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- Florida Gators, National Champions;
- North Carolina Tarheels, National Champions; and
- Connecticut Huskies, National Champions.
I guess 2008-09 just wasn’t meant to be my year. So it goes…
Anyway, all of that said, here I am back again with a number of stream of consciousness observations that I wanted to chase down, and now seems as good a time as any…
Who knew that Home Depot was a hotbed of College Football Conflict…
I live in Eastern North Carolina, I am within 20 miles of the University of North Carolina (a/k/a “Tarhead U”), Duke University, and NC State University. I am anywhere but in the heart of SEC country and quite a distance from anything resembling real football. The closest team of consequence would probably be the Carolina Panthers, which is not exactly the same thing. For this reason, I was a bit surprised this weekend at a brief exchange I had in the parking lot of my local purveyor of all things home improvement related: Home Depot.
My goal was simple: collect 18 bags of mulch for the yard. My mind was focused on trying to figure out if there was a way to get out of spending the rest of the weekend playing with wood chips and was less than attuned to matters related to football. I had already dumped 12 bags of the stuff, and thus was less than cognizant of my “yard hat” which has “Tennessee” emblazoned upon it in letters which could be read from across the room … a large room.
Thus, I was a bit taken aback when I stepped out of my truck to a firm and slightly louder than it should have been greeting from a man in a jeep with a huge-ish Gator head on the spare tire cover:
Again, not fully in command of my football fightin’ instincts at the moment, the best response I could muster was a thumbs up in my heckler’s direction, paired with a wink, and a half-perplexed “How ‘bout ‘cha?!”
The point of this seemingly inane tale of my trip to the hardware store (ahem, “Home Improvement Warehouse”) is not meant to warn of the pitfalls attending minor maintenance tasks, to assail Home Depot’s loyalties (I know they are based out of Atlanta, but their colors are orange and white, after all), or to provide a convenient excuse for getting out of those “Honey-Do” lists. It’s far more subtle than that...
Lane Kiffin is in the Gators’ heads.
At least in my semi-unbalanced mind, my harmless little weekend run-in—paired with the profusion of “Tennessee” signs seen in the video posted by HSH—it seems that Kiffin’s little barbs have hit their mark far beyond the confines East Tennessee. Some of the Gator faithful agree. Of course, as the Hoopmaster General discovered, the sparring does come at a bit of price in the form of craziness from the less than sane and those with an axe to grind (or a deadline to meet). Still, as John Pennington pointed out the Blackjack General’s messages are not simply confined to sound bites and quips, but are rapidly approaching the point of real tangible substance.
With no disrespect to Coach Fulmer, I’m betting that in April 2008 my assailant says nothing at all.
I like it!
Moving Right Along … to the Orange & White Game
Yes, you can get a small football fix this weekend by attending the Orange & White Game, scheduled to start at 3:00 at Neyland Stadium. All sorts of information on the game is available over at UT Sports.com. Tickets are $5.00 and all proceeds will go to benefit UT's Hodges Library. Besides, when else can you get to see the Vols play for $5.00?
For those of you planning on attending the game, I would encourage you to consider meeting up with the guys from Rocky Top Talk who will be meeting in front of the hallowed ground of the Real Gate 21 on Saturday, for more information check out the faux-schedule for the meet-up. Sorry to disappoint everyone, but Joel, Hooper, and Will will not be signing autographs, but many of the 2009 Vols will be, so don't get too upset.
On a more substantive note, the Spring Outlook / Team Breakdown is now available for download as well . It is full of stats and perspectives on the squad coming into the Orange & White game.
Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend, but hope to find somewhere to catch the game on the web. The Orange & White Game is sponsored by Dish Network, however, apparently it will not be televised anywhere, including Dish Network.
Either way, this is the best chance for Orange Nation to get a glimpse of the new look Vols…
“Are you using the autopilot, or are you flying the airplane?”
• Southwest Florida Int’l Air Traffic Control
“Me and the Good Lord’s Hands are flying this one…”
• Airplane Passenger, Doug White
Those are not words you like to hear from a pilot trying to guide a plane in for landing, but that is what airplane passenger Doug White had to say during his brush with fate earlier this week. If you haven’t heard about this story, you really should check out the article posted at CNN.com. White, along with his family were flying home to Louisiana on a twin engine plane when the pilot unexpectedly died shortly after taking off from Fort Meyers, Florida. There was no co-pilot on board. As a result, White—who had flying experience, but only in single engine planes—was forced to land the plane on his own.
Fortunately, with the assistance of Air Traffic controllers, White managed to land the plane safely.
For me, the audio recording of White’s conversation with the tower are particularly compelling. The FAA released the audio recording earlier today. It is a little on the long side and has several periods of extended silence (5-10 seconds), but giving it a listen will remind you just how great it is to be alive. From the tension and relief in White’s voice near the end of the recording, I am pretty sure that he is glad. Seriously, if you have a few minutes give the full recording a listen.
AUDIO: N559DW — Emergency Landing at Southwest Florida Int'l Airport (Ft. Myers, Nasonex samples, Nasonex forum, FL) | FAA.gov
Emergency Landing at Southwest Florida International Airport in Ft. Myers, buying Nasonex online over the counter, Nasonex gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, FL | Federal Aviation Administration
That one makes my birthday seem like a blessing…
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