Have had some sick kids this week so I’m kind of mailing it in on Flakes.
Yesterday I stumbled upon The Hangover. I haven’t seen that movie in quite a while. Watched it again and my thought was why don’t they make comedies like this anymore?
It is extremely enjoyable, ridiculous, smooth and hilarious movie. A movie that you can watch numerous times and still enjoy it.
I haven’t done a deep dive but I wonder if this was the last “great comedy.” I’m sure many of you definitely disagree.
If The Hangover isn’t the last great comedy then what would be?
(Hangover 2 was okay but it couldn’t live up to the original. Hangover 3 was simply awful, though maybe I should give it another re-watch.)
Wife: “What did you wear to work today?”— Nate McHugh (@nmchugh85) August 5, 2021
Me: “Today was business casual.”
Her: “Oh, dress pants and a collared shirt.”
Me: “Nope. I wore a blank white yard sign attached to a set of shoulder pads.”#GBR #Huskers https://t.co/oqExPqd00I
Sports! Sports! Sports! Sports!
Sichterman feels he, offensive line have returned well to fall camp
Lineman Matt Sichterman likes the attitude and depth of Nebraska's offensive line
BTN crew attends Husker practice, sees promise and question marks | Football | omaha.com
A crew of Big Ten Network analysts attended Nebraska's Thursday football practice and afterward shared their impressions of the Huskers' potential. Here's what they had to say.
Red Report: Adrian Martinez playing at 'the highest level'; NFL scouts eye TEs; and big-play alert | Football | journalstar.com
Nebraska TEs coach Sean Beckton expresses excitement about starting QB's play "because that’s the Adrian Martinez we’ve been wanting to see."
Tony Tuioti has deep D-line room and possibly the biggest player in Husker history | Football | omaha.com
Nebraska defensive line coach Tony Tuioti may have the deepest position group on the roster. He certainly has the biggest player on the team — and perhaps in Husker history.
With renewed 'desire to get better,' Betts hopes to step forward in Husker receiver rotation | Football | journalstar.com
Zavier Betts was honest. He said he didn't have the best spring, and explained what's different after the Huskers' fifth practice of fall camp.
Husker LB Nick Henrich could be a difference-maker this fall. The key? Staying on the field | Football | journalstar.com
The redshirt freshman has dealt with injuries since his senior year of high school. He's healthy now. His coach wants him to stay that way.
Nebraska Recruiting: North Platte Defender Vince Genatone One to Know in 2021 - Nebraska Football Recruiting | Hail Varsity
There are a lot of good football players across the state of Nebraska to watch this fall. The talent continues to rise year after year. One of the latest names to know is North Platte defensive athlete Vince Genatone. The defender was out at the Future50 event last week put on by the Warren Academy.
Nebraska Recruiting: Silver Lining to a Smaller Class in 2022 Cycle for Huskers - Nebraska Football Recruiting | Hail Varsity
We have learned through the years following recruiting that you shouldn’t make early judgements on class size. It’s almost always a moving target for schools. Things change quickly in the world of recruiting. What often starts out as a 17-man class ends up being a full boat of 25 often.
The Best Comedy Movies of the 21st Century: Funniest Movies Ranked | IndieWire
If it's true that laughter is the best medicine, consider this list a panacea. Here is Indiewire's funniest movies of the 21st Century.
Sherman: Why Nebraska's wide receivers will (and must) be the Huskers' most improved position group – The Athletic
Nebraska has remade its receiving corps, which caught only four touchdowns in eight games last season.
Kool-Aid Report: What's sounding good for Nebraska early in fall camp?
If you’re looking for some early Kool-Aid in fall camp then this is the place to be, as the next few hundred words exist only to remind people that Nebraska might be closer to getting out of the abyss than the last few months have felt.
Here’s a few Kool-Aid chugging moments that have already occurred during fall camp. We’ll try to rate them based on how many glasses you should be putting away.
The Best Things I Saw On The Internet This Week
My dad passed away a month ago. He never fully understood what I was doing in grad school.— Melissa Miller (@MelCatMil) August 5, 2021
I found this notebook a few days after he passed. He always cared and he was always trying to understand. pic.twitter.com/ywn17dzuWy
The importance of proper italicized word placement. pic.twitter.com/fQT5AuYn5W— C.S. Ratliff (@cs_ratliff) August 5, 2021
How to be a Hollywood creative today:— The Critical Drinker (@TheCriticalDri2) August 4, 2021
1. Pick some old franchise with a loyal fan base.
2. Remake it, but remove everything that once made it popular.
3. Insult the fanbase when they protest your creative decisions.
4. Blame negative reviews on toxic trolls.
5. Move on.