|"Where are the uplifting Josh Groban tunes when you need 'em?"|
There are only 250-300 actual wolverines left in the contiguous United States and that number is dropping due to climate change, So the wolverine is being added to the endangered species list, right? To quote Lee Corso, "Not so fast, my friend."
Because of a backlog of other animals in even more grave danger, the wolverine will have to join the list of plants and animals waiting to be added to the list until space opens up.
Uh, I'm no expert in the field, but this sounds like a really shitty system.
(HT to Sru for the link. And there is no truth to the rumor that he and his Buckeye brethren are currently trying to track down and eradicate that last 250-300 of the ferocious critters)
Photo via Michigan Exposures
The future of Michigan recruiting...in 2042
While it sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie, researchers in Japan are working on the prototype for a running robot. But judging from the video in the link, the robots still have a long way to go as the demo didn't go so well.
Either that or the previous head of the Athlete Robot program at Tokyo University, Tumoyutilloyd Ishacarri, left the robot cupboards really bare.
|Sure, he runs a 3.6. But can he major in General Studies?|
Irony, thy name is Bill Stewart
Bill Stewart, who took over for Rich Rod at WVU, who won nine games in each of his three seasons in Morgantown, who tied for the Big East title this year, is nudged toward the door with the hiring of Holgorsen as "coach in waiting."
NFC West - Exhibit 'A' why I'm not in favor of a pro-style college football playoff
The division co-leaders are both 6-7 while a team that started 0-5 is in the hunt. Welcome to the NFC West which is reason #427 why I'm not in favor of a 16-team pro-style playoff, no matter how many books Yahoo sports writers sell promoting one that includes 6-6 Sunbelt Conference Champs in the mix.
Her Mother Must Be So Ashamed
No, not for posting a sexually suggestive video on the Internet for all the world to see, but for being a Buckeye fan. Scarlet letter indeed!