Giants questions: Offensive line, Tom Quinn's status, injuries and more #nyg http://t.co/oPaM36m4L8 pic.twitter.com/WetpnnRzSw— Big Blue View (@bigblueview) May 30, 2015
*Sigh* The Giants thought they had they O-Line sorted out, and then LT Will Beaty tore his pec. Ouch! We don't know what's gonna happen now, but suddenly the year's optimism looks a little less grounded.
There's a bunch of other stuff in the article on offseason moves and whatnot.
It's weird that they're trying to sell girls playing football in bikinis based on the quality of the football, but what can you do? They're hardly sexy in the helmets and shoulder pads... unless you're a fan of rug-burns from artificial turf.Watch LA's QB absolutely destroy a Vegas defender. Tune in this Saturday at 9/8c for the game! http://t.co/JAXJNxcuUj pic.twitter.com/RGqmwuGUgW— Fuse TV (@fusetv) May 28, 2015
In other news, the Canadian Football League heads to camp next week. Maybe that'll show up on TV. It'd be nice if it did. My buddy's son is playing for the Montreal Allouttes. Looks like Michael Sam is on that team as well. If nothing else, I expect they'll have a monster D-Line.
Highly educated people take less leisure time than they used to. But the tide may be turning http://t.co/07nKXT4qqN pic.twitter.com/3nbJ8F8nh5— The Economist (@TheEconomist) May 30, 2015
It's a balance. I strongly believe that a life worth living is actually focused on the quality of life itself, but sometimes I think I'm in the minority on that.
Putin getting ready for summer offensive in #Ukraine:Russia's Military Preparations Raise Concerns in Europe, Ukraine http://t.co/N5mOv0gZXV— Andrew A. Michta (@andrewmichta) May 30, 2015
Both retweeted by Geoffrey Pyatt, America's ambassador to Ukraine. He's a good follow if you want to know what's going on in Russia.#Ukraine: Two reports by independent researchers say Putin’s lies hiding in plain sight: https://t.co/3KhzDNbVQa pic.twitter.com/lBV8aS1Oyd— US Mission to NATO (@USNATO) May 30, 2015
Heard this report when it was on the radio. It's a weird kind of housing crisis, no? We have homes that no one can afford that are empty and people who can't afford to live anywhere who are now on the streets. The basic problem is that American labor is no longer of any particular value unless you have a Master's Degree, and even that's eroding slowly but surely.In Los Angeles, homeless camps are suddenly everywhere http://t.co/eH8UeHQWgL pic.twitter.com/adDA9fhM6U— Marketplace (@Marketplace) May 30, 2015
This is not a good problem to have long-term.