Yes clearly a corner kick has a higher scoring likelihood than open play. But that is still most likely going to require an extremely high amount of attempts to yield a goal if the average team scores only once out of every 33 corner kicks. Can you imagine two teams going through even 15 rounds of corner kicks each…
“I couldn’t even fit my foot in any of the panel gaps! These folks have it figured out!”
Maybe if it was like half the price, but 999 a month for that is a bit ridiculous.
Could you be more specific?
This is basically because Carmel is just a place for tourists and a handful of ultra wealthy people. I’ve been there a few times before Moto GP races and it basically seems like a nice place to have breakfast and nothing else. Also, as a Californian, it’s like over two hours away from San Francisco.
Good question! I can’t find a copy of this original rules, but it seems, per the VO in this video, that the rule was that it had to leave the attacker’s foot within 5 seconds, like a basketball buzzer beater.
I’m gonna take CornWhole’s expert opinion on this.
Yeah, so... That’s just a butthole.
It’s crazy to go after Garfield in a world where Heathcliff still exists.
Wow, that keypad looks worse than the one on the ‘95 Taurus I had as a kid. Especially weird since Ford knows how to do this seamlessly:
It appears that in this case, the face-cutting-off really IS the motive. She wants the faces because her own is deformed. The question is, how do the cops know this, simply from the crime scene. Because most cops would, I think, assume it was the killer’s M.O., and have no way of knowing the motive.
Perhaps we are…
I don’t disagree at all with your point that we shouldn’t pay any attention to Ben Shapiro, but thirteen hundred words about him- over forty percent of which are direct quotes of his- seems like a weird way to go about making it.
Watch snob here too, I like mid-range watches and have quite a few under $1000. I have 2 Swiss automatics that I love, MIDO multifort and Tissot PRS 518. Get the non-chrono on these and they wont break the bank. Id recommend either of these 2 over the ORIS, IMO.
Seiko 5 for the win. And my Orient diver for the show. Inexpensive autos.
Casio, Swatch or Timex are the real aces for those who don’t give a shit, but are somehow obligated to purchase a watch. I like the Todd Snyders.
But it really is fine. I got a dog and a view. Everything else is secondary.
Come on over. I've got a terrifying semi-once-upon-a-time finished basement that's about 68 degrees
I agree. These are great choices for fuss free, dependable watches that will get respect from watch enthusiast (not that people are looking for that, lol). Also a plus: Seiko, Oris, Timex, and Swatch are big brands with dealers all over the world and are easily serviceable. And if you take care of them, they will last…
Why would people buy an Oris when you can get an amazing homage with a Swiss movement from a company like Steinhart?