Was told to high heat roast it, serve med rare.....
I grilled it medium, delish but I am gonna try it again as they suggested...
as "everyone" knows lebron james has opted out of his miami heat contract and is at present exploring his options. most expect he will resign with the heat and did so to cajole his teammates to opt out as well so they could free up some salary cap space to upgrade their roster. but as time has passed there are some rumblings that he could return to cleveland and the ohio of his youth to help them seek a championship.
but nate silver has crunched the numbers and offers a few other suggestions if lebron is hunting championships to add to his all-time bona fides.
Schwarcz's work is filled with thoughtful, original analysis, and is characterized by an unusual fearlessness. (Unusual, that is, for a subject so complicated). Reading her is a revelation; it turns out there is a real place hiding under that avalanche of clichés. If you've ever wondered how crushing racism can flourish in a country where, apparently, race itself has been crushed, consider that everything Brazil is defined by—from its "we are all mixed" anthem, to feijoada, capoeira, and candomblé, right down to samba and soccer—is the result of an insidious, revisionist, far-sighted political maneuver of the 1930s, courtesy the combined skills of popular intellectual Gilberto Freyre and populist dictator Getúlio Vargas. The battered body of slave culture was abducted by national culture in order to renew white culture.
which female tv stars daughter is this?
remember that thing from that time? yeah, that was cool.
the bridge returns tonight for season two on fx. ive seen mostly positive reviews after a first season that was a mixed bag but former tv reviewer for the av club and now culture editor for vox isnt completely convinced.
argentina v. netherlands seems like a more difficult match up to predict than yesterdays though im sure no one expected the drubbing that brasil endured. ill vote with my heart and take argentina though the loss of playmaker angel di maria will make messi's task more difficult. their defense was pretty stout in shutting down belgiums many attacking options but none of which were as decisive and determined as arjen robben has been for the dutch. something about an all european final in brasil seems wrong so root for la albiceleste so they can persist only to get mowed down by the germans on sunday.
semifinal match between brasil and germany today. got my money on germany but as i only bet myself im assured a win though my bookie still took his vig. seems like i could have worked that out better but i just couldnt trust myself to pay up without the lingering threat of reprisal.
25 thoughts on the 25th anniversary of seinfeld
at the ripe old age of 32 the tennis gods granted roger federer one last shot at a wimbledon title. currently slugging it out in a first set tiebreaker with djokovic on espn. and, federer takes the first set....
kind of put the world cup out of my mind since the unfortunate events on tuesday. but here we are in the quarterfinals with france v. germany on now and columbia v. brasil later. somehow i think germany will get through though i guess im rooting for france. note to american uniform makers: that is a much better red, white and blue look.
as for the later game, i guess im all in on columbia though i have no problem with brasil continuing on. they must have a transcendent game in them at some point in this tournament despite an underwhelming striker who goes by the singular "fred".
aaaaand germany goes up 1-0.