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    I'm sure he could slide into a support staff position and wait until Coley inevitably gets called up for another OC job or something. That would allow him to get a great working knowledge of how Kirby runs the program and he could crawl before he runs, so to speak. No doubt Hines could be a great asset, but he's completely unproven as a coaching commodity. Still, it would be great to see him back at UGA eventually.
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    Yep, her attitude towards the whole "butt pie" video thing has got the snowball rolling. You think when the Better Call Saul series is coming to an end, we'll see a Walter White entrance in the last scene to bring everything back around full circle? We're already getting post Breaking Bad Cinnabon scenes.
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    That was symbolism for Jimmy not fitting in at his new job. After begrudgingly accepting the job and seemingly start to fit in, he's already uneasy. Could also be foreshadowing for his relationship with Kim.
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    The look on Jimmy's face when he quickly opened and shut the sun roof on the Mercedes was priceless.
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    It's kinda sad to see Jimmy's old yellow car take a trip to the crusher.
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    I think I could spend an hour watching Mike with his bag lunch waiting for Wormhall (sp?) to pick him up.
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    Didn't know where to put this since he is not really a recruit anymore. Mecole getting more props. https://m.facebook.com/BowmanCityGA/photos/a.205786229626530.1073741828.191188754419611/477648485773635/?type=3
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    Why does the person posting that video assume that the man in the video is Muslim? Why would anyone seek news on a site called 'NewsFoxes', and then complain about the media? I think the answer to both questions is the same.
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    Just got back from Bourbon and Bacon. My buddy in Charleston assures me that it is the best event all year in town. I had a blast. Next year I will bring a journal. The event was in a large ballroom with two circular bars in the center, one bar on the end and a stage on the other end with a live band. On the sides were small booths along the walls. The booths had exquisite original bacon dishes. My favorite dish was a pesto ravioli. The stuffing was a braised pork belly with a ravioli made from pulverized bacon covered in Pesto with rendered bacon fat instead of olive oil. Topped of with a bacon infused roma tomato. I get a little light headed just thinking about it. There are lots of other great dishes, but this one took the prize in my book. Now to the Bourbon. We spent the extra for the VIP access, wich mainly gives you an hour before they open the doors to general admission. When going to these kinds of things a host who has been there before invaluable. The first hour was absolutely delightful. There were about a hundred people in room that can hold much more. Once they let the general admission in, the room was crowded like a concert. I think my favorite was the Old Forester 1870. My pallet is not as refined as some, but this one was light and smooth at the start and finished with spice and a little oak. I went back several times for this one. I must have tasted twenty or more. The Four Roses small batch is fantastic.