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I spent election night with a small gathering of close friends, 15 or so of us. Some of us were born here and some of us emigrated from India, Turkey, China and Uganda. Many of us grew up food insecure, some of us in upper-class homes, and some in foreign countries where America is the dream of the future. One of my friends employs more than a thousand people. He made jokes about voting to raise his taxes, again! Some of us were self-employed, some unemployed.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Jim Carrey - Jumper from Yes Man [HD]
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The fallout from Saturday's fourth quarter debacle against Georgia Tech has been no different. Fans and media members alike have been twiddling their thumbs, questioning what to make out of Kirby Smart's inaugural campaign in Athens.
After Georgia's victory over Auburn, optimism appeared to be brewing for the first time since September around the football program.
On Saturday, the wind seemed to be sucked out of the sails of a ship in the process of being righted. As an "outsider" raised in Louisiana who came to Georgia for school, I do not fully understand the dynamic of the "Clean, Old Fashioned Hate" from the Georgia perspective. I understand why this game means a lot to Tech. Georgia's realistic goals tend to extend past the parameters of this non-conference football game.
Georgia's Tech's often do not. Georgia would rather beat Florida than Tech. Georgia would rather beat Auburn than Tech. Recently, Georgia would rather beat Tennessee than Tech. I look at this rivalry as almost like fighting a girl. In simple economic terms, it's been a high risk, low reward scenario for Georgia for the better part of the last quarter century. The difference between and in a "rebuilding" season is negligible to recruits.
Yes, it stung at about 4pm on Saturday, but it will have no bearing on the future success of this program and will not detract from Kirby Smart's ultimate goal - to bring a national championship to Athens.
I think the incensed nature of some Georgia football fans seem to be rooted in delusion at this point. While I am sure I will take flack for this - Georgia finished the season right about where they should have based on the talent with which they were operating. Why did Georgia finish with 5 losses? Ultimately, because they played four teams that were better than them.
In , Georgia managed to miss on the state's top seven prospects and only secured three of the top fifteen recruits in Georgia.
He was not only fired for the failure to win the big game, but he was not able to win those games because he failed to recruit the proper players to do so. And that's why optimism should still be brewing.
Did you happen to see Georgia's Senior Day presentation? The Dawgs will return 10 starters on defense that ranked in the Top 20 in most statistical categories and potentially 8 on offense, headed by one of the most talented freshmen in the SEC.
Taking a perennially good team and making them a perennially great team is not a one year process. For those not named Nick Saban or Urban Meyer it may not be a two or a three year process.
It simply comes down to one thing. Top 30 players on the roster, Georgia can compete with just about anyone, but the great teams are great because of quality depth, and lots of it. There's a reason that Mo Smith, a four year role player at Alabama, was able to come in and immediately start at Georgia - a deficiency of talent and leadership.
Smart came from a winning pedigree at Alabama. He saw the type of roster that needed to be assembled to consistently win in the nation's most talented conference. What that was in Tuscaloosa was dominating in the trenches and balance on offense. There will not be compromise. This team will not function well without an large offensive line and more depth at wide receiver, which is exactly why Georgia's coaching staff has been hitting those two areas harder than ever on the recruiting trail.
Do your sanity a favor and peek at Georgia's recruiting class. The deficiencies in are the exact areas in which Sam Pittman, Dell McGee, James Coley, and others have had success during this cycle. The Dawgs have verbal commitments from four of the top 25 offensive linemen in the country for as well as verbal commitments or heavy interest from four of the nation's 25 best wide receivers.
Three things thwarted Georgia this season: lack of elite talent, lack of senior leadership, and lack of experience. This upcoming recruiting class will begin to help take care of the talent deficiency, potential Top Ten draft picks on each side of the ball Jacob Eason and Trent Thompson should help with leadership, and returning starters should certainly help with experience.
No, Georgia probably will not challenge Alabama for a conference title next season, but this is a program trending upward. It can be an arduous process, but Dawg fans have plenty to be optimistic about moving forward.
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Loser's Ledge. Michael Thomas. Loser's Ledge is a young adult mystery involving a courageous young man named Mick. Following the death of his mother from a hit and run accident, the story traces Mick's life as an orphan and his burning desire to find his mom's killer.
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I randomly heard it playing the other day and immediately thought of the movie, a favorite of mine. Maybe a way of avoiding change. There are great and appropriate times to say No. To everything.
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The absence of such hallmarks of a real partnership worked against Fredianelli, to whom the ruling likely felt as sharp as a thumbnail scratch. A jury trial on that issue is set for October and it is expected Fredianelli could receive a multimillion dollar payout. Nevertheless, it goes without saying that Fredianelli wishes he could go back there, someplace back there, to a place where he could sign the partnership agreement.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Wish you would step back from that ledge my friend - Jim Carry - Yes Man.
The fallout from Saturday's fourth quarter debacle against Georgia Tech has been no different. Fans and media members alike have been twiddling their thumbs, questioning what to make out of Kirby Smart's inaugural campaign in Athens. After Georgia's victory over Auburn, optimism appeared to be brewing for the first time since September around the football program. On Saturday, the wind seemed to be sucked out of the sails of a ship in the process of being righted. As an "outsider" raised in Louisiana who came to Georgia for school, I do not fully understand the dynamic of the "Clean, Old Fashioned Hate" from the Georgia perspective. I understand why this game means a lot to Tech.
Two and a half years ago I quit my last tech job. Over six months I turned over leadership of the meetups I ran, stopped doing side work for an important web journal, quit my open source project, canceled my IRC client subscription, and eventually, finally, quit updating this blog. I quit tech. And then I spent almost two years trying to undo it. I wasn't a very big deal. If you've been around for a while, maybe we knew each other. But it's equally possible that you, also, started doing web development in the 90s and we never ever crossed paths. When I left the industry a few friends kindly wished me on my way, but the truth is that I didnt leave a vacuum.
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