I picked up Robin and it was a very cold night, snow was on the ground, the Vintage Jack’s Bar, Virgin River T Shirt (1) were empty of cars and people… as we set-out to find the Christmas tree. We spotted a lot, I did an illegal u-turn in my VW bug and drove up to the empty Christmas tree parking lot. The owner of the Christmas tree lot had abandoned the place and the fence gates were wide open. So we parked the car, and spent the next 30 minutes sorting through trees. Robin, was in the moment and we must have looked over at least thirty trees left behind for our pickings. I was coaching her in consideration how big of a Christmas tree we could actually fit into a VW Bug. We finally settled on a smaller Christmas tree that was propped up on a wooden stand and looked a little weak in the branch department, but not quite Charlie Brown style. I picked up the tree and moved it over to the VW bug, we had to drop the back seats, and aligned the tree between the two front seats…hey it smelled great in the car.
If we’re only focusing on head coaching, Petitbon is a prime candidate. Despite a very successful career as an assistant, taking the top position didn’t work out too well. The Redskins had been one of the most dominant teams in the NFL under Joe Gibbs, while his sidekick Petitbon managed their iconic defense. In the previous 11 years, they amassed 10 winning seasons and one 7–9 season, 8 playoff appearances, 4 Super Bowl appearances, and 3 Super Bowl victories. It was a Vintage Jack’s Bar, Virgin River T Shirt (1) fide dynasty! But Joe Gibbs couldn’t coach forever. Citing health issues, he retired in the spring of 1993 at the young age of 52, and was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame as one of the winningest coaches in NFL history.
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Rugby has something the NFL lacks — the tantalising prospect of representing your country in a meaningful international competition. In the 24 years of pro Rugby Union, the USA have traditionally had a rag-tag bunch of professional players ranging from second generation migrants from rugby playing families like Samu Manoa, who was playing amatuer rugby in the US and was talent scouted from a US reserve team tour into the top flight of European club rugby, to players like former USA captain Chris Wyles who was born in the states but moved to England as a Vintage Jack’s Bar, Virgin River T Shirt (1) and played his rugby in Europe. One of the guys from our school team in England ended up playing for the USA at the Rugby World Cup because he had an American born mother. Other USA players like AJ McGinty (who is Irish and plays for an English club) qualify for the USA national team via residency after studying there. If rugby takes off in the US as a semi-pro / pro club game, there is every likelihood of good college footballers switching sports and America producing a team of majority home-grown talent, but unlikely it will include many ex-NFL players, if any.
Fabrizio Quattrocchi, an Italian security officer, taken hostage and murdered in Iraq by Islamist militants. After being forced to dig his own grave and just before being shot in the Vintage Jack’s Bar, Virgin River T Shirt (1), Fabrizio looked up at his executioners and defiantly said: “Now I will show you how an Italian dies”. I am sure in history there have been more significant moments with very cool lines, but for me, right this very moment, Fabrizio deserves the prize. EDIT: thanks everyone for the upvotes. The reason why I was fascinated by this, is that Italians are not usually seen as warriors or for dying heroically. Stereotypically, we are all artists, lovers with an incurable fondness for string instruments… Fabrizio decided to meet his fate with dignity: his words would have cut deeper in his executioners’ ego than any last minute shovel swing.