I'm headed to SUNY Buffalo Fall '05!
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HA HA HA
we are both trying to be honest and be nice... this is scary...
you have to admit, though, rivalries are fun (or "ownership" is i think what you called it and how Florida fans feel about UGA) see, i still have to throw that lil jab.
i assume you recently graduated from Georgia? I have many friends that have recently graduated from there or are in grad school currently.
HA HA HA
I agree, Reggie Ball is smart enough to play for Georgia.
That game sucked overall... it was cold, rainy, and our QB cannot count to 4.
let's debate which school has a better baseball team, then i can actually win the argument, LOL.
I can give credit where credit is due, but saying that "UGA does happen to be the State of Georgia's Flagship University" is laughable.
The student population overall at UGA has become better since the HOPE scholarship was created. Students that would have never considered UGA are now attending because the tuition is free. This inevitably makes UGA's ranking increase. This does not necessarily translate to a better education, though. Just better overall students, which affects rankings (i.e. SAT scores, GPA, etc)
oh, for clarification, how did UGA do in football against Tech the three years prior to the ones you mentioned? Of course you didnt mention these or your argument would have fallen apart.
Gosh, i love rivalries!
It's getting way too easy to upset you dumb dawgs! I love it!
Albeit, you dumb dawgs are pretty clever, too, much more so than I. Your insults are harsh, especially the one about Buffalo not having a summer and the lack of girls at Tech. Good job, Captain Obvious. If used correctly, that attribute will make you a fine attorney!
Speaking of "d-bag" schools, i'm curious, where did you get your environmental engineering degree? I'm going to take a wild guess and say not Georgia Tech.
« on: May 30, 2005, 11:43:42 PM »
Don't worry, I didnt think you were implying that being a mother was a bad thing or that you believe that all men conscientiously construct a "glass wall" that prohibits all women from progressing in their respective fields. I just realize that this topic tends to breed such divisive and misleading ideas which is counterproductive.
I do LOVE healthy debate, though, and i was just getting ready for some inevitable subjective, emotional responses.
To reiterate, being a mother (or a parent for that matter) is an awesome responsibilty, the most important profession, and for those of us that are able to successfully make a balance with work, I applaud you!