Archive for February, 2011
I miss a lot of people…so I can’t pick just one!
Karen Neuburger Bamboo Sheets…like heaven on your bed. No really, it is.
My mom had these on her and dad’s bed when I was home at Christmas and I used on of her pillows when I was sick, it was so soft! I got a set for Christmas – my mom is just good about gift giving like that! And another for Valentine’s Day.
I’m not sure if she got them for me because she liked them so much or because she is encouraging me to wash my sheets more – because with these sheets, the more you wash, the softer they are…
1693 – The College of William and Mary, second oldest college in the United States is chartered.
1870- The Fifteenth Amendment, guarenteeing voting rights regardless of race is ratified.
1910- The Boy Scouts of America is founded in Washington, D.C..
1922- President Warren G. Harding has a radio installed in the White House.
1971-The NASDAQ, the world’s first electronic stock market, begins operation.
1978- Senate debates are broadcast on radio for the first time.
1789- The Electoral College choose George Washington as the First President of the United States
1826- The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper is published
1861 – Six Southern states form the Confederate States of America
1932- The first Winter Olympics in the United States open in Lake Placid, New York
1945- FDR, Churchill and Stalin meet at Yalta in the Crimea to discuss the post- WW II world.
Nebraska fans are nice people. Some of the nicest you will find around the college football landscape. They say they clap for the other team after the game, they talk with other fans tailgating (not taunting or harassing…just talking), they say they don’t hate anyone (except Colorado…a little bit)…
I don’t know if they know just what will be waiting on them in Madison, WI when they go on the road to play their first league game as a member of the Big Ten Conference. I’ve never been to a game in Madison, but it doesn’t seem like too welcoming of a place on tv. Especially if you get down 21-0…but then again, there are not many places that are friendly to you then!
Not only Madison, but as they make their stops over the course of the first two years of their Big Ten schedule, it could be an eye-opening experience. But we need a nice team in the Big Ten, we already have the smart kids of Northwestern holding down that role.
I’m not saying fans in the Big Ten are viscous but it will be a new experience for everyone in Nebraska, because in the Big Ten, we do hate teams and other schools, some of them, A LOT!