Brewster doesn’t annoy me personally. I actually love that he’s challenging himself and the program. Much better than wallowing in mediocrity.
I’ve been playing NCAA Football 10 for my PS3. It’s a good game, although there are a couple of annoying points for me. First of all Minnesota’s new stadium opening this year is not in the game, just a generic outdoor stadium. Not incredibly awful but not the greatest. But more annoying is that they forgot to change some of the audio and Brad Nessler still references the Metrodome. Weak.
Shit! I just bought this game last night because I thought it would be there. Damn. Oh well. It should still be a good game.
UPDATE: I finally played the game and discovered that they use a generic outdoor stadium named TCF Bank Stadium. I suppose it’s better than the dome.
Being the awesome person that I am, I’ve decided to attempt (and conquer) the meterbrat at Gastof’s for my birthday.
I’m excited about it, although, as it get’s closer and more and more people ask me if I’m preparing, I’ve begun to think about it more. Therefore I’ve run some numbers and determined that while filling it shouldn’t be a problem.
The largest thing that I can recall eating is a Chipotle/Qdoba burrito. In comparing the two, the meterbrat is roughly the same as two burritos (by volume and weight). I can put down a burrito with no problems and even have room for more.
Here are the numbers:
I figure that a brat is about 8 inches in circumference and the meterbrat is a meter long so that figures to be ~200 cu in. A burrito is about 14 inches in circumference and is about 7 inches long so that figures to be about 109 cu in. Considering the two sides I’ll have to eat this roughly means that (meterbrat and 2 sides) = (2x Chipotle/Qdoba burritos).
PS. I first saw this on the show Man v. Food on the Travel channel.
PPS. If you care to watch me, call me. I’ve made a reservation for Saturday, 7/18, although I left a few extra spots. Call me and I’ll give you more details.
I find that as I’m writing a paper I can only write a paragraph or so, before I have to take a break for roughly twice the amount of time it took me to write the paragraph.