Comments: If I Were an Oyster, The Pearl Would be Huge

Not to feed your insecurity, but how do you know that the janitors are cleared?

I have seen cases where a secured facility had janitors that were on work release, like that's really secure.

Posted by The Thomas at September 17, 2009 10:32 PM

Thomas- I think it is a requirement of the company we subcontract to due to the nature of our work.

Posted by bou at September 18, 2009 05:29 AM

Spurrier's in SC now and the only reason we want every opposing team to win. That, and the "chug every time Spurrier turns red or throws his sun visor" drinking games ;-)

The Yale thing has had me reminding my daughter daily that she never knows what any one is capable of and the very moment something strikes her as odd enough to make her remotely nervous is the moment she needs to leave that person and that situation. You are wise for following your gut instincts, Bou.

Posted by Pam at September 18, 2009 09:39 AM

I hear where your coming from, always creeped me out when I was the only one around later at night or on a weekend with men I vagely or didn't know at all.

Posted by Quality Weenie at September 18, 2009 01:06 PM

Lane Kiffen was the same guy unceremoniously dumped by the Raiders last year, called a "liar" and a "disgrace" by Al Davis. Not that Al Davis is any candidacy for sainthood himself, but he's normally a little more professional with his underlings, particularly in public. Kiffen was a poor fit for the Raiders, compiled an abysmal record in his short tenure, and one wonders what the hell UT was thinking when they hired him.

Posted by diamond dave at September 18, 2009 01:12 PM

Posted by Toluca Nole at September 18, 2009 05:37 PM

Meyer has never intentionally run up the score on an SEC opponent.

That will not be the case this week.

If he has the chance he will run it up to about 60.

The truly sad thing is that Monty Kiffen(sp?) and Meyer are long time friends and I am sure the he is wishing his son had kept his ego in check...


Posted by P'cola Titan at September 18, 2009 09:30 PM