January 23, 2013
|Gravity Lesson of the Day|
|Daily Dose of Random|
Today, we add another member to the list of those without a soul. Japanese minister Taro Aso just feels that when people start getting old, well, it's just time to kick the dadgum bucket.
Got a nuclear war around the corner and wondering how many supplies you need to stock up? Well, India apparently isn't too worried about things like radiation, as they feel that two weeks worth of stockpile is just dandy.
Returning from a Disney dream cruise is probably always a bit of a downer, but it's probably even worse when you get arrested for something you did 22 years ago.
If I ever had to deal with a humming noise for well over two years, I might go insane.
|Today in RRS History|
2012- Tech WR commit Reginald Davis took his final trip to Lubbock before NSD and had a great time.
2009- Another edition of the Red Raider Confidential went up and included a tidbit on DT Myles Wade.
2008 - Interim DC Ruffin McNeill was officially named as Tech's defensive coordinator.
|University & Broadway|
The Lady Raiders pulled out a victory over West Virginia in an OT thriller. (Magelssen/Avalanche-Journal)
Official season ticket prices for 2013's football season were announced by Kirby Hocutt on Tuesday. (DuPont/Daily Toreador)
|The Other Nine|
Misdemeanor marijuana possession charges against OU receiver Jalen Saunders were dropped due to a lack of evidence. (Kersey/Oklahoman)
Iowa State was rebounding with the best of them during non-conference play, but things haven't been going so well on the glass as of late. (Hines/Ames Tribune)
Texas forward Jonathan Holmes will likely miss three to six weeks after breaking his hand in the Horns' loss to OU. (Staff/American-Statesman)
K-State once again lost at home to Kansas, something that should be happening with much less frequency according to Blair Kerkhoff. (Kerkhoff/Kansas City Star)
Sophomore Kevin Noreen is right in the middle of things on offense for the Mountaineers. (Casazza/Daily Mail)
...Former Green Bay Packers guard and Vince Lombardi favorite Jerry Kramer turns 77 today. ...Eight time pro bowl center and former NFLPA president Kevin Mawae is 42. ...Former MMA light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz turns 38 today. ...In 1556, the deadliest earthquake in history, the Shaanxi earthquake, is estimated to have killed over 800,000 people in China. ...In 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell was awarded her M.D. by Geneva Medical college, making her the United States' first female doctor. ...In 1957, Walter Fredrick Morrison sold the rights to his flying disc to Wham-O. The company would later name rename the disc as the Frisbee. ...The Apple iPhone is now the second best selling product of all time behind only the Rubik's Cube.