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    I don't know how looking for a new bike roof rack during lunch led to the fabletics ad at the top of the page . . .

    by HoopUte
    2014-04-08 15:36:36

    . . but(t) thank you!

    http://style.fabletics.com/dms4664/

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    Just making up words does not make you sound smart

    by HoopUte
    2014-03-12 07:29:55

    I've been amazed at how a lot of media talking heads burger words with additional, meaningless add-ons. I think they think it makes them seem smart. I think it makes them sound like idiots. This morning's example for me was Brian Martin on KSL radio, saying that Mayasian officials were sending the radar images that may be MH370 to the US for additional "analyzation."

    ANALYZATION?!? Putting aside the fact that it sounds like it could be a synonym for a colonoscopy, why not just use "analysis"?

    Thanks for the rant space. Time to move on.

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    Newbomb pointed out that I violated a UF.N rule by referring to a picture of girls in Curacao and not posting the pic

    by HoopUte
    2014-01-25 20:42:02

    Helluva thing to do as the random profile of the day, but I'll try to rectify the situation.



    It's my favorite photograph I've ever taken.

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    This may be the best scam email I've received yet

    by HoopUte
    2014-01-07 13:11:48

    So much better than some Nigerian prince or long lost relative killed in a tragic accident. Here, they target their audience to previously scammed people in hopes of scamming them again. I just had to laugh.

    International Monetary Fund Compensation Unit,In Affiliation With World Bank.
    Address Fund, 1900 PennsylvaniaAve NW, Washington, DC, 20431
    Our Ref: IMF/USA/00111

    Attention Beneficiary,

    How are you today? Hope all is well with you and the family? You may not understand why this mail came to you. We have been having a meeting for the past 3 months which ended yesterday with the Director and secretary to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This email is to all the people that have been scammed in any part of the world, the International Monetary Fund has agreed to compensate them with the sum of US$2,500,000.00 each and you have to indicate how much you lost in the hand of scammers.These include every foreign contractors, Inheritance, Dating and Lottery payment.

    Also people having their fund been help up in the World Wide Organization laboratory due to one reason or the other and people that have had an unfinished transaction due to Government policies etc. We found your name in our list and that is why we arecontacting you, this has been agreed upon and has been signed.You are advised to contact Mr. Willy Mark who is in charge of your payment through our paying center as he is our representative.

    Therefore you are advice to send to him the following for claim.
    1. FULL NAME:.
    2. PRESENT ADDRESS:.
    3. TELEPHONE NUMBER:.
    4. AGE:

    Person to Contact: Mr. Willy Mark .
    Email: mr.willymark@gmail.com

    Thanks and God bless you and your family.

    Regards,
    Christine Lagarde
    IMF Managing Director.

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    Majerus's stats and Brazilian bikinis line comes to mind

    by HoopUte
    2014-01-03 09:16:55

    From Tony Jones' story on the game last night:

    The Utes turned the ball over 14 times and had just 12 assists.


    From Gordo's column about the game last night:

    On Thursday, the Utes had just 12 assists. . .


    Utah only shot 24-63, but that means we had assists on half our field goals. That's not too bad. Given Oregon had a whopping 7 assists, I don't see this as a stat from last night to take a shot at. The key one is 24-63. We missed a lot of shots in the first half in close that could have given us a pretty nice cushion.

    So, once again, stats conceal as much as they reveal.

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    Looks like Devontae Booker wasn't a kid we wanted -- and I mean that in all ernestness

    by HoopUte
    2013-11-26 14:18:03

    Per Lya, he tried to forge a transcript to get from JC to Utah. Personally I'm glad he got caught on it and isn't here. The last thing the football team needs these days is actors like that.

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/blogsutahspo rts/57185550-59/booker-running-transcript - utah.html.csp

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    As a complete aside, I want to hear the explanation for how the ball expands in cold weather as the color guy just stated

    by HoopUte
    2013-11-23 15:01:58

    So much for PV=nRT

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    A thought that's been on my mind for a while now

    by HoopUte
    2013-11-18 12:29:26

    I hope some people who were posting personal attacks on Travis during and after the ASU game take a long, hard look at themselves in the mirror and think about how they treat a 19 year old playing a game at great personal risk and on behalf of the University of Utah.

    Good luck, Travis.

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    D-News retracts story it ran Friday night trashing Wilson

    by HoopUte
    2013-11-17 17:47:43

    I didn't see the original; I only stumbled onto this looking for more info on Travis' condition. It must have been something else to have been pulled down this afternoon about 5:00pm. I'm assuming it was by that same lunkhead who wrote that if you take away Kyle's wins he doesn't have as good a record as it looks with them.

    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865590 689/Commentary-To-save-job-Utes-coach-Whit tingham-should-bench-quarterback-Travis-Wi lson.html

    I love the line that the D-News takes pride in publishing contributions from non-staff members. Maybe they ought to read them before publishing them.

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    Crazy chance meeting on the way to LA today

    by HoopUte
    2013-10-25 23:02:02

    The wife and I will be celebrating our tenth anniversary at the game tomorrow. In the airport this afternoon we met former Ute, Raider, and 49er Barry Sims and his wife headed to LA as well. He approached me because of my U cap and asked if we were grads and introduced himself. The crazy part is the departure airport was Los Cabos, mexico. We have been there all week on vacation, as had they. They are very nice people and we talked to them thru waiting to board and in the customs line at LAX.

    Small world that's full of Utes.

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    on the way back to the car

    by HoopUte
    2013-10-12 21:53:35

    I was stunned to hear two dopes question Kyle's coaching ability. My Lord, we'd just seen a brilliant game plan result in arguably the biggest win ever in Salt Lake City. No satisfying some people I suppose.

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    Shameless plug: Inviting all Ute fans and any visiting Cardinal fans to our gig tomorrow

    by HoopUte
    2013-10-10 19:56:24

    My band is playing tomorrow night at A Bar Named Sue on State in Midvale from 10pm to 1am. It would be great to have some Utes and even visiting Stanford fans come on by to enjoy the party.



    There's a really good chance that this particular guitar will be prominent as well.



    Go Utes.

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    Funny Mix-up

    by HoopUte
    2013-09-30 16:12:33

    Actually this is a mixture of Football and Food & Drink categories, but here goes.

    I have a buddy, the drummer in the band I'm in, who is the Southeastern US logistics guy for a local trucking firm. Among their clients is the Lofthouse cookie factory in Ogden. They just shipped some orders to Louisiana and Alabama in school colors to commemorate the big game coming up.

    Well, it so happens that the cookies made for and packaged for Alabama have gold frosting, and the cookies made for and packaged for LSU are in red and white. Teh stores in Louisiana refused to take delivery. I don't know what the Alabama stores did yet.

    Oops.

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    Tomorrow I won't be going to the game at LES for the first time since 1999, and my wife won't be going for the first time since 1993

    by HoopUte
    2013-09-20 20:56:04

    And the cool thing about that, is neither one of us really gives a shit. They don't deserve our attention. We're much more excited about our trip to the LA to see the USC game.

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    I'm getting a new car tomorrow. My question to the board: ClearBra -- worth it or rip off?

    by HoopUte
    2013-09-19 08:20:18

    I've never had one on a car, but if it's really effective in people's experience I might be swayed. TIA

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    So was Hadley slated to be Spirit, Honor, or Tradition?

    by HoopUte
    2013-09-17 15:56:50

    I have to say it would be hilarious if it were Honor.

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    I have definitive proof that I had twice as much fun at the game Thursday than anyone else

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-31 11:47:16

    I just checked out the panorama of the stadium. Pretty cool in and of itself. So I zoomed in on our seats, and I wasn't there. "Oh, crap! They shot our section when I went out to get that drink between the 1st and 2nd quarters." But wait! If you check out the top of the stairs at portal 34, there I am. Twice. Once at the top of the stairs, and once a couple of steps down.

    http://gigapixel.panoramas.com/utah/footb all/20130829/?view.fov=6.29&view.vlookat=- 8.54&view.hlookat=-48.13

    And you people thought the world was bad enough with only one of me.

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    Last call: UF.N member group bike ride tomorrow morning

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-30 18:18:46

    A couple of guys have had to bail, but we're still going out. 7:30am at the Center Street Legacy Parkway trailhead in North Salt Lake.

    http://www.utefans.net/message.php?id=153 3707

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    Saturday UF.N Group Ride Info

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-29 09:14:28

    I interupt the anticipation of tonight's big event to provide a reminder, additional invite, and location info on a little group bike ride we've put together for Saturday morning.

    We'll be starting at the Legacy Parkway Center Street Trailhead in North Salt Lake at 7:30am, and riding to Farmington Station and back along the parkway trail system. That's about 24 miles so should be right around a 2 hour ride. The Center Street Trailhead is located at:

    Closest Address: 1124 W. Center Street, North Salt Lake
    Closest Major Intersection: N. Redwood Road and Center Street
    Global coordinates: N 40 deg 50.511 min, W 111 deg 56.478 min
    Easiest Access: Take Redwood Road exit on N. I-215, go north to the first light (Center Street), then go west about 3 blocks and you're there.

    If you can't find it from that, well what can I say?

    So far we've got 89Ute, crazyute7, docUte, H-man, Rand, and myself planning on it. Anyone else is more than welcome to come along. We're planning a modest pace of 12 to 15 mph and it's for fun not for show.

    Now back to the anxious wait for work to end. Go Utes!!

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    OK, space geeks: Actual sights and sounds of what the solid boosters on the Space Shuttle experienced

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-27 09:09:42

    http://io9.com/5893615/absolutely-mindblo wing-video-shot-from-the-space-shuttle-du r ing-launch

    It's fun to watch the speed in the upper right hand corner, and the glimpes of the vehicle heading away after booster separation. The smoke trail to the launch pad way below while the boosters tumble and groan as they fall to earth is pretty cool, too.

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    Group Bike Ride Saturday Morning

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-26 21:12:18

    In case any local cyclists have missed it, we've got half a dozen of us from UF.N planning a nice little group ride this coming Saturday morning. We'll be riding from I-215/Redwood Road to Farmington Station and back. Just a fun, no-drop ride.

    So far it looks like 89Ute, H-man, crazyute7, docUte, Rand, and me, but everyone's welcome. If this works out we'll probably figure out how to do these periodically along different routes.

    Boardmail 89Ute or me if you want more info or have questions.

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    Calling all UF.N bicyclists: We're putting together a group ride for Labor Day weekend

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-17 18:16:02

    As I posted the other day, I've become quite wrapped up in road cycling since buying a bike three months ago. So one thing has led to another, and 89Ute, H-man, and I have decided to have a group ride over Labor Day weekend. We're planning on going along the Legacy Parkway trail from Redwood Road/I-215 to Farmington Station and back. That's about 24 miles round trip. An option for anyone who wants to do a shorter ride could be to ride the 12 miles with us to Farmington, then pick Frontrunner up back to Woods Cross Station and then you'd have a couple of miles from there to the Redwood trail head.

    To be clear, this is a fun ride, not a race. We're talking moderate level speeds (12 to 15 mph) over a pretty flat trail. It's just a chance to have a little group ride and have a good time.

    We are split as to whether to do this on the Saturday of LD weekend, or on Labor Day itself. So, if you're interested, boardmail either me or 89Ute and let us know if you are coming and which day you prefer.

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    Question for SL area road cyclists

    by HoopUte
    2013-08-10 20:31:33

    I bought a decent entry level road bike (Raliegh Revenio 3.0) the end of May and absolutely love it. I mostly ride on the Jordan River Parkway to avoid cars, occasionally take it on Frontrunner to work in Clearfield then ride half way back to Woods Cross on the D&RG rail trail/Legacy Parkway and finish back on the train, and generally ride somewhere between 35 and 50 miles a week. No racing intent here. I just want to use it to drop 30 lb or so.

    I'm getting a little bored with just going out on solo rides and want to try out group rides. What cycling clubs are good for no-drop, moderate (i.e. 13 to 15 mph average) group rides? Who would accept an older, barely getting back in shape guy who hasn't a clue about how not to take out other riders inadvertently when we're riding in a bunch?

    Thanks.

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    We've had some nasty pissing contests on UF.N over the years, but we can't hold a candle next to this one

    by HoopUte
    2013-07-10 08:27:00

    Check out the Disqus comments on this OpEd in the SLTrib and the battle between CarolBowns, SallyTomato, and others. "I've called the police and my attorney," "You're crazy and an embarrassment to your parents," posted Facebook links then outrage that they know their real name, etc. It's way over the top.

    http://www.sltrib.com/pages/comments?cid= 56557650

    Let's hope we don't ever get to this level. Of course, I'm going to check back in on this one the next couple of days. It's become somewhat entertaining.

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    A humorous Dr. Pershing story

    by HoopUte
    2013-07-02 10:58:00

    To me this story sort of puts the swim coach thing in perspective. My sister and her husband were both students of Dr. Pershing 30 years ago in the Chemical Engineering department, and he gave her a very nice recommendation for grad school at CSU later. A few weeks back they were in town having dinner with another old friend who is now a ChemE prof at the U, and who stops by the table by Dr. Pershing and his wife.

    They asked him what it was like in his new role, and he said something along the lines of, "I'm now responsible for about 32,000 students and 17,000 employees, and on any single day you can count on at least one of them to do something really stupid."

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    If you weren't already concerned that the US sends its astronauts to the space station on Russian rockets . . .

    by HoopUte
    2013-07-02 08:33:24

    . . . this won't help. Here's the flight of a Russian Proton rocket last night. It doesn't last long.



    Here's an article on it. I can't believe they don't carry destruct ordnance in case of a flight problem. What a mess.

    http://spaceflightnow.com/news/n1307/01pr oton/

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    I don't know that it matters which side of the gun regulation debate you're on, . . .

    by HoopUte
    2013-05-22 20:49:14

    . . . because I think that most people would have to agree that this guy isn't helping the anti-regulation side's cause.



    What a dink.

    (BTW, not posted under P&W to start a debate about gun control, but rather under Miscellaneous to just bash Super Dell.)

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    OK, you Blazing Saddles fans, here's something you shouldn't miss

    by HoopUte
    2013-05-06 19:36:48

    May 15th only, at the Cinemark 16 in SoSL, a digitally remastered edition will be shown on the big screen. I just bought my tickets. Can't wait to see the heroes ride off into the sunset one more time.

    http://www.cinemark.com/blazing-saddles-( 1974)

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    Well it looks like it's time for the annual Del Schanze being an ass report

    by HoopUte
    2013-04-10 09:36:11

    http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/5613057 5-78/video-schanze-utah-owl.html.csp

    I actually think the guy likes to get his name in the news with this stuff. What I don't know is what he's doing for money since he drove TAC into the ground. Apparently enough to just dick around with his paragliding hobby.

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    Inspiration for The Natural dies

    by HoopUte
    2013-03-18 08:42:47

    http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx ?news=796515

    Hard to be grateful to her for helping create one of my favorite movies, though.

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    Yes.
    (79 days ago, 0 stars)

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