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1. | Jun 26, 2014
Good to hear from you Mike. I always know elactxy what to write to get you to pipe up, right? Reasonable people can disagree on these rankings, but Syracuse did just lose AT HOME to Pitt by DOUBLE DIGITS. I understand the Kansas-Cornell analogy by we all know Kansas would beat Cornell 9 out of 10 times. That's the definition of a fluke. Can we say that about Pitt-Cuse? I don't think so. Let me see more and then I will adjust accordingly. As for West Virginia and Villanova, I've had them 1-2 in that order since October and I see no reason to change that right now. Nova losing to Temple in one of those crazy Big 5 games (where upsets are commonplace) doesn't upset the apple cart in my mind. Again, it'll all play out. I actually enjoyed Boeheim's postgame after Seton Hall, even his potshot at the media about OOC schedule strength (at least the quotes were interesting and usable). Much better than the normal blah-blah-blah you get from a lot of the other guys. Bitter, the point about last year's Big East is how it was the deepest league ever. Obviously no league was better at the top than those mid-80s Big Easts. If it makes you feel better the next time it comes up I will put an asterisk and a footnote making this distinction. Piratefocus,I've been beating the drums for Fero Hall as you know, but he is way too small to play center in the Big East. Have you seen the size of the postmen on the other teams? Big John is a space-eater and is useful in short spurts (alas, his knees have robbed him of the rest). Fero has to beef up big-time before he can hold his own at center for any reasonable lengths.
2. | Apr 18, 2014
If you're looking for more kid-friendly reecips, Aimee has lots of Easy Recipes Kids Can Cook. There's a little something for everyone in this post. Be sure to check out Katie's tips for getting the kids involved, too, when you're there for the no-sugar popsicles listed above. Carrie's lessons start at the supermarket, and she shares all the fun things she does to make grocery shopping a learning experience. If the thought of having the kids in your space stresses you out, Mandi has a few tricks to help you overcome the stress of having little ones underfoot in the kitchen. Tammy has lists and tips to help you get everything done and keep them all fed, while Jessica is starting to give up control to include her kids. Amy's points on managing a gaggle of kids are also important when there's more than one helper in the kitchen.
3. | Jul 28, 2013
Great inhtsgi. Relieved I'm on the same side as you.
4. | Jul 28, 2013
Great inhtsgi. Relieved I'm on the same side as you.