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LisaM Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Nov-21-06 05:30 PM
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26. I believe you voted "Don't Care/n/t" in the thread
about the Michigan-Ohio State score. If you really didn't care, why not just ignore it?

I mean, what if I went to the poetry thread and said, "poetry is dumb!" (which I wouldn't do, because I like and write poetry). Or to a pets forum if I hated animals?

Be that as it may, I liked Bo. He's been a personality for as long as I remember Michigan football. My dad keeps pictures of him with all of the memorabilia of his own teams. The first game I went to with my dad, Bo was the coach. When Bo's 1969 team beat Ohio State, I remember my dad, who was still pretty young, leaping around his study (which was downstairs) and thumping the roof, he was so excited. I remember when he lost his wife and started a fund researching the type of cancer she had. He was a fixture, and I wish he could have been around for another ten years. I miss him. I have a picture of him on my office door now, and I intend to buy a photograph of him for MY office.
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