Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Michigan Expats Podcast–Are you subscribed?


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By Mr. Sig

This podcast was added last weekend to the feed. If you were a subscriber, you would have downloaded it automatically in iTunes or your chosen RSS reader.

If you don’t want to be left in the dark again, head on over to the iTunes store and search for “Michigan Expats.”

Last week’s episode was a mix of all my favorite tunes from the previous 14 episodes.  I hope you enjoy!


Mr. Sig.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Michigan vs Ohio State anyone?


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By Mr. Sig


Does anyone care about this game anymore?  Sure, it is still the biggest rivalry in college football from a historical standpoint, but in the last few years it’s just seemed uninteresting since the result was (and is) always inevitable.

I remember that as a kid, this game typically had major national title implications and was almost always the game that determined the Big Ten championship.

It will only be a matter of time before Michigan gets its program back to a point where the stakes of this game are more than just pride, but in the meantime, don’t expect much of a game this weekend.  But… what an upset and national story it would be for Michigan to go in and win.  It’s not likely, but certainly possible.  I suppose we can safety say that this game has gone from assuredly being a good game to hoping it will be a good game.

Oh well, at least we took the UP and left them with Toledo.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Detroit, Flint, Impress again in 'Most Dangerous Cities' List

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By Mr. Sig

Of course!  It's good to see that there is some stability in the world.

But let's not forget that there is a lot more to Michigan than Detroit and Flint.

Is there anyone out there live in either of these 2 cities that thinks these studies are bull?  I certainly take these things with a grain of salt, and safety depends a great deal more on "not being an idiot" rather than crime statistics.