published Monday, November 26th, 2012

5-at-10: Black Cyber Monday with college football job rankings, BCS pitfalls, NFL questions and J.R. Ewing

From the "Talks too much" studios, let's do work.

College football job openings

Forget flipping Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Welcome to Black Cyber Monday. Yep, the college football regular season is over. For most fans that's a bad thing; for Auburn fans it actually allows us the chance to do something on Saturdays and not pretend like we're not bothered by the complete and total collapse that of a program that won it all 22 months ago.

There are four SEC coaching openings, and there are jobs to be had at N.C. State, Colorado, Cal and Purdue. Heck, those eight fan bases alone could melt the interwebs checking for names and hot lists and coaching big boards and whatnot. Yay. And boo.

So on this Black Cyber Monday, we offer the best of the black clouds. That's right, here are the best college football job openings out there at this moment (and depending on who goes where, there could be some trickle down after that):

1) Tennessee: The Vols are starved for success and if the right guy can come in and convince some of the draft-minded juniors to stay, big improvements could be made sooner rather than later. Plus, who ever gets the UT job has the comfortable knowledge that the entire athletic department needs you to succeed on a grand scale.

2) Auburn: The Tigers almost assuredly will have more talent on the 2013 roster than UT, and the fact that Auburn is willing to spend more than $11 million to buy out the current staff is 11-plus million hard and cold facts that the Tigers are willing to do anything to win. That said, if you are a hot-shot coaching name right now, it's hard to ignore the fact that Auburn just fired the guy that delivered the program's second national title 22 months after lifting the crystal ball into the desert air outside of Phoenix.

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    Arkansas coach John L. Smith walks across the field before an NCAA college football game with Jacksonville State in Fayetteville, Ark., Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012.
    Photo by Associated Press /Chattanooga Times Free Press.

3) Arkansas: The wake of Bobby Petrino — and his haphazard recruiting, especially across the lines of scrimmage — were masked by the ineptitude of John L. Smith. (Seriously did you watch Friday's loss to LSU, where Smith kicked a field goal from inside the 2 down 17-10 late in the game? The lil' 5-at-10 — who is 5 mind you — looked at the TV and asked, "Huh, you gotta go for the TD, right?" Uh, yes son, you do.) That said, did Petrino elevate this job or can you win at Arkansas in the uber-competitive SEC West?

4) N.C. State: Would anyone have guessed that a team that beat FSU and lost to Tennessee would have identity issues? Of course not. Still, the Wolfpack have support and the chance to succeed. Heck, playing in the ACC gives anyone a puncher's chance at making the title game.

5) Colorado: Yes, the program is in shambles, but the state just passed the legalization of pot. And if you can't use that in recruiting some of the best high school football players in the country, well, then you're not trying. And that's coooool, man. We can dig it. Pass the pizza and let's chill.


More college football

So yes, there's still a ton of stuff to talk about with the conference title games on the horizon and the looming BCS match-ups — and we'll get to all that in due time. But there was so much college football hijinx this weekend, let's go over five more things to ponder.

— We'll break this down 12 ways to Saturday, but make no mistake: Alabama and Georgia are entering the Georgia Dome rolling. Each looked awfully impressive in trucking bitter rivals by a combined 91-10. (Way to go Georgia Tech, scoring 10 points an all.)

— Any questions ACC? Hustle on back and get ready for hoops.

— Say what you want, but Notre Dame deserves to be in the title game. That schedule was better than most of the power teams in the SEC and they survived it unblemished. Side note: Did you know this is Brian Kelly's third undefeated season with three different programs. Brian Kelly, underrated?

— The Fab 4 (plus 1) picks will never go before Thursday again. We made three rushed picks last week because of the Thanksgiving holiday, and re-issued five more on Friday afternoon here We went 0-3 on the Wednesday picks and 5-0 on the Friday picks. That carries us 47-21-2. We're OK with that even though we completely ignored one of our picking laws — "When a line looks too good to be true, it always is" — when we picked Mississippi State over Ole Miss.

— Among the late picks we got right were two of the teams that will miss the postseason and ended the season Saturday with wins in Ohio State and Miami. That got us thinking about the the future, and what if the BCS had a four-team playoff right now. Since the four-team playoff would be put together by a selection committee, who would be in it this year? Notre Dame, the Alabama-Georgia winner, Florida and Oregon? Yeah, the new playoff is not going to solve EVERYTHING, considering that field will have exactly one BCS conference champ in the mix. Oh, this is not defending the BCS mind you, considering there's a solid chance that one or more of the eclectic and listless group of a six-loss Georgia Tech team, a three-loss UCLA team or a five-loss Wisconsin team will be playing in BCS. The BCS is so cracked that there's a chance with a win in the MAC conference title game that Kent State could leap over Oklahoma into the BCS. And the fact that Kent State — which was routed by Kentucky early in the season — would be in the BCS is not even the most crazy of the crazy parts. No, it would better serve the Northern Illinois athletic program to lose the MAC title game and cash the shared BCS-revenue check than it would be to win the conference championship. BCS, where the 'C' is optional.


NFL musings

We'll get into the Power Poll on Tuesday. But there was so much from the extended NFL extra-ganza that we needed to discuss it Here's five:

— The Ravens prevailed 16-13 in overtime against the Chargers on Sunday because Ray Rice converted a fourth-and-29 on a swing pass with Baltimore down three in the final two minutes of regulation. Fourth-and-29? Where was Sal Sunseri on Sunday afternoon, and why did the Chargers allow him to call that defensive set? Seriously, that's the death blow for Norv Turner and the Chargers staff that has mastered the come-from-ahead loss.

— OK, everyone has debated the stupidity of the "automatic challenge, so no-challenge flag or everyone is grounded" penalty. We concur; it's asinine (and gang, asinine is a supremely underused word; it's insulting both in a street and intellectual way; in fact, we're flat asinine for not using asinine more often). That said, here's a rule we want changed today. In the modern world of super computers like the W.O.P.R used in "War Games" can we not figure out a way to get the teams playing on Thanksgiving a bye the preceding Sunday? The Texans, who have played roughly 10 quarters of tackle football in four days, are losing linebackers two at the time. In the age of safety and recovery time, you'd think teams that play on Thursday would not have to play the Sunday before, huh? Well, at least the league's not making a huge deal about safety and safety issues... wait a second.

— Is there a more under-respected 10-1 team in NFL history than your Atlanta Falcons? Is there a worse 10-1 team in NFL history than your Atlanta Falcons? Somehow the answer to each of those questions is "No."

— OK, let's throw this out there now: The Denver Broncos have won six in a row and are going to be a factor in the AFC playoffs. The New York Giants are the defending Super Bowl champs and reminded us why with an impressive whipping on Green Bay on Sunday night. Is there any way to overestimate the Manning saturation we'd be in store for if Peyton and the Broncos meet Eli and the Giants in the Super Bowl? Even Archie would be saying, "Dear Lord, not another story about this."

— Two days after the college football season ended, there could be a few NFL coaches available for some of the big-boy college football gigs. And while they may or may not know the day-to-day grind that is college football in general and SEC football in particular, they know football at the highest level. And if you think that a blah NFL coach can't turn around a big-time college program, ask USC if they'd like to have Pete Carroll back. Here are five NFL coaches that need to be lining up a new gig because their days are all-but numbered at their current places of employment:

Andy Reid, Philly

Rex Ryan, New York Jets

Norv Turner, San Diego

Romeo Crennel, Kansas City

Jason Garrett, Dallas

What say you Johnny Vols Fan, any of those names light your fire?


This and that

— College hoops has started, and is it us or did we underestimate Duke? Sweet buckets of 3-point buckets. And this week's ACC-Big Ten matchup could be pretty special starting with UNC-Indiana on Tuesday night. Ah, a Big Ten-ACC rivalry in hoops is just like it would be in football, except it would be entertaining and high-level play. So actually it would be nothing like an ACC-Big Ten football series. Nevermind.

— Want to know something that does not bode well for NASCAR? We got up this morning wondering who won Sunday's race before remembering that the season ended with their big "championship" the week before. That's less than good.

— OK, we'll ask one more NFL question: When did Monday Night Football become the step-child of the NFL schedule? Eagles-Panthers? Really? Guh-Ross. The only reason to watch is to see if Jon Gruden uses an orange highlighter, wears an Arkansas red tie or makes a War Eagles reference in his analysis.

— OK, one more college football item: Here is how ESPN formula ace Brad Edwards (who slap knows his stuff) projects the BCS bowl matchups:

Title game in Miami: Alabama-Notre Dame

Rose: Stanford-Nebraska

Fiesta Bowl: Oregon-Kansas State

Sugar: Florida-Oklahoma

Orange: FSU-Rutgers

Wow, something tells us that the crowd at the title game may be a little bigger than the crowd at the Orange. Thoughts?

Today's question

It was a sad weekend around the 5-at-10 compound. The worst Auburn football season of our lifetime had a big, fat stink bow put on it — and how Alabama minus-34 was not one of our picks is crazy talk.

And before we get to today's question, here's our thought process on firing Gene Chizik 22 months removed from a BCS title. It had to be done. Seriously, with your season sprinting down the drain — Auburn went winless in the SEC for the first time in more than 30 years — your team responds with a listless effort in a home embarrassment against Texas A&M. Then with the your job and possibly your career on the line, your team is either so indifferent to you as a coach or so poorly prepared — or some of each — that in the emotional tsunami that SEC rivalries, Georgia and Alabama put a combined 87-0 waxing on the Tigers.

That's unacceptable, regardless what happened 22 months ago, 22 days ago or 22 minutes ago. And, 99 percent of the time, we always ask, "Who are you going to get that's better," when people talk about firing coaches. In the regard to Auburn — and in a lot of ways Tennessee — it's not some much asking "Who would be better" as much as "It can't get any worse."

And in the arms race of the SEC, never has John Wooden's axiom of "You either get better or worse, you never stay the same" more true. Because as the rest of the conference is working and spending and doing whatever it can to be better, no team can afford to look around and say, "Well, maybe next year will be different." Crossing your fingers is not the act of a rational SEC AD — well at least not one that wants to be employed beyond the next coaching search.

OK, as always, feel free to go on free-style — MCA, get on the mic, my man — but here's a starting point. To make our weekend even more sullen, Larry Hagman — AKA J.R. Ewing — died on Friday. What's the Rushmore of TV characters known more as their character than as themselves? Hagman for sure, since every time we ever saw him, it was "Hey, that's J.R. Ewing," rather than "Hey, it's Larry Hagman."

Who else you got?

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ordinaryguy said...

Rushmore...Larry Hagman, Alan Alda, Don Knotts, and Henry Winkler

November 26, 2012 at 10:15 a.m.
ordinaryguy said...

Rushmore...Larry Hagman, Alan Alda, Don Knotts, and Henry Winkler

November 26, 2012 at 10:15 a.m.
chas9 said...

Stoops to Kentucky? That's the rumor.

Looks like Auburn had to cheat to get that bad. UK did it honestly.

I too underestimated Dook. I predicted VCU would eat them last week. But now I believe. K's Devils in the Final Four. Along with The Cats.

Vandy, not so much. UK lost its top six guys and is still da bomb. The 'Dores lost its top six and is now a stink bomb. They're now 2-3 against weak teams, including the stink de la stink, being creamed by little Marist, which is 1-3 outside of their win over VU. Vanderbilt shot 23% and managed all of 33 points in that game, with no starter getting more than five points.

November 26, 2012 at 10:21 a.m.
Livn4life said...

No, five at ten, No, none of the above on the NFL become NCAA head coach at Tennessee. Just know, "at's all I got to say about tat." While I believe ND is a great team, I still do not see the great strength in their schedule. OK-very good but not one of the best, Mich.-need it be addressed? USC-that once vaunted,"they can beat an NFL team this year" Kiffin-metamorphed into a what 4 or 5 loss team. Stanford-is very good, may win the Pac?. Is that really an elite schedule? I don't think so. But they won them all. So yeah they deserve to be there. But I could see a number of teams out there beating the Irish and I am from Scots/Irish heritage myself. OUTSTANING on the "watch for signs of collegology from Gruden. That might make the game worth tuning in for. NAH! I will be glad when Tennessee names their head coach so all the nega-Vols can find things wrong with him.

November 26, 2012 at 11 a.m.
JonathanMCook said...


Obviously this is prime subject-matter for the Dallanoogas in the group. For former citizens of the Big D, The Dallas Morning News had a full front page o-bit to their JR (our JR does the Mocs). It will be in the mail and at the main 5 at 10 offices hopefully Thursday or Friday (along with clippings from last week's HS playoff results) ;)

Tennessee has more problems then they can deal with not only with inner workings but also the image of the program. I read the article about Big Orange's "alienation" of our area

Note to all HS coaches in the Tri-State area, until further notice, please forward all your four and five star players to 615 McCallie Avenue, attention Russell Huesman.

Auburn: You put all your eggs in one basket with Cam "My human waste don't smell" Neuton and the results are obvious.

Bizzaro World in Mocs BB-land. The men practically rolled over Kennesaw State while their Double X Chromosome counterparts played "uglier" than a Chattanooga prostitute being questioned by local flatfoot Alex Teach and filmed by "Cops" cameraman John. And against St. Mary's of all people.

I do not want Garrett coaching the Vols.

Rushmore: Mr. Belding ('Nuff Said), Curtis "Booger" Armstrong, Robert "Benson" Guillaume, Brent "Data" Spiner.

November 26, 2012 at 11:09 a.m.
deboman said...

Quick drop for the Rushmore...Archie Bunker, Norm, Fonzi, and Jerry Seinfield.(Actually, you could probably insert any of the other three leads for Jerry in this spot)

November 26, 2012 at 11:17 a.m.
jomo11 said...

Jay- congrats, you wrote a lot of copy and not once did you mention GRUDEN !!!!!

November 26, 2012 at 11:19 a.m.
chas9 said...

Two out of the top three, four of the top six, six of the top ten in the Coaches' Poll. Has any of that been done before? Jay, get your crackhead research staff on that one.

November 26, 2012 at 11:21 a.m.
fechancellor said...

10 Ring, I can't believe you have not the space to send up Mr. Hargis' fantastic article covering extensively Dooley's wretched recruiting strategy (none) and execution of (zero) in SE Tennessee and NW Georgia.

My take on this issue along with the fact Dooley couldn't get the most out of his talent at hand is he should have been fired for cause (dereliction of duty detrimental to the Tennessee Volunteer Football Program and the University as a whole). Dooley's transgressions are actionable over and above his won-loss record. thus forfeiting any further monies to be paid to Dooley by UT. Put another way, what former Oakland Raider Owner, Coach Davis, (May He Rest in Peace) did to Lane Kiffin.

Excellent article. Full Marks!

November 26, 2012 at 11:34 a.m.
jgreeson said...

OG —

That's an excellent Rushmore.

OG —

That's an excellent Rushmore.

9er —

Stoops to Kentucky? Which Stoops, Fred, a lesser-known cousin on their daddy's side? That's be like saying one of the Manning boys is interested in the UK football gig. "Your new Wildcats coach, Cooper Manning."

And Vandy's implosion is the basketball version of Auburn football.

Livn(Large) —

Nega-Vols is excellent. That will be used again around these parts. And if Gruden makes a pot joke, then it's on — he's headed to Colorado.

Sweet buckets, if Gruden makes a pot joke with an Orange highlighter wearing an Arkansas red tie while doing the War Eagles game against the North Carolina State Panthers, the interwebs will melt.

As for the Irish schedule, we don't think they would have made it through the SEC unblemished — six of the top 10 BCS teams in the country is pretty stout — but their schedule has merit: Oklahoma, Stanford, Michigan, Michigan State, USC and a better than most know Miami.

Run JMC —

Sad day indeed, and we're looking forward to the DMN obit.

Debo —

The entire cast of Seinfeld could make its own Rushmore in truth.

We'll go the Fonz and Archie and JR Ewing and we're kind of torn from there. Barney Fife has merits but he did a lot of those Disney movies, too.

Jomo —

Thanks for the kind words, and yes, we have the ability to spill some interweb ink — but we did mention Gruden. Somewhere it's probably in our contract... well you know, if we had a contract.

FE to the C —

Hargis' story was through the roof good. Well done all the way around.

— 5-at-10

November 26, 2012 at 11:49 a.m.
fechancellor said...

"Stoops to Kentucky? That's the rumor."


If Stoops is ever in Kentucky, it will be to buy a thoroughbred and a couple of barrels of boutique bourbon.

If he comes to Tennessee, it's to buy a Tennessee Walking Horse and some George Dickel White Label.

November 26, 2012 at 11:56 a.m.
chas9 said...

It's younger brother Mark.

November 26, 2012 at 12:02 p.m.
JonathanMCook said...

jomo11 wrote

Jay- congrats, you wrote a lot of copy and not once did you mention GRUDEN !!!!!

You can also add no "SAAAAAALLLLLLLL!!!!"

fechancellor wrote

"10 Ring, I can't believe you have not the space to send up Mr. Hargis' fantastic article covering extensively Dooley's wretched recruiting strategy (none) and execution of (zero) in SE Tennessee and NW Georgia"

Hince why I referenced it at first notice. :P

Again, please forward all your four and five star players to 615 McCallie Avenue, attention Russell Huesman...

November 26, 2012 at 12:03 p.m.
BackupQB said...

Rushmore = George Jefferson ("Weazy!"), Daisy Duke (inspired a generation of cutoff jean shorts & no one knows her real name), Archie Bunker (someone beat me to that), and Al Bundy (at least until Modern Family years later).

Glad to know that you think the Vols job is better than the other vacancies. Curious where you think the Vols job ranks in the SEC? Obviously, no better than 5th (behind Bama, LSU, UGA, Florida). Is it better than South Carolina, Arkansas, and Texas A&M?

November 26, 2012 at 12:22 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

I put George Wendt (Norm!) and John Ratzenberger (one Cliff Clavin) on the Rushmore.

Very good story by Mr. Hargis on UT's dismissive attitude toward Tri-State area teams. I also hazard to guess that he underdresses on the video dialogue with the TFP sports editor as to not show him up.

The Irish can play defense. That goal line stand against USC was a thing of beauty.

That which I witnessed in Athens on Saturday was not. At least the beverages, mostly adult in nature ... OK, all adult in nature, were free.

November 26, 2012 at 12:35 p.m.
JonathanMCook said...

Daisy Duke = Katherine Bach

Fun fact: The character of Daisy Duke was originally suppose to wear short skirts but obviously that did not sit well with her. So she actually went home and started digging through her attic and came across a pair of cutoff jeans she hadn't worn since high school. She pitched them to the costume designer the following day and the rest is history.


Only the first six episodes were filmed in Conyers, GA. Everything else was filmed in Hollywood.

Originally the show was for adults, but after seeing the fact the majority of the viewers were between the ages of 6-12, they (the actors) decided as a troupe to have the writers tone down the subject matter. Seriously, watch the first 10 episodes followed by some made much later.

November 26, 2012 at 12:41 p.m.
fechancellor said...


Thanks for the distinction, although, Mark Stoops could be just burnishing his interview skills for better opportunities. Would you coach at Kentucky considering what the AD did to Joker?

November 26, 2012 at 12:44 p.m.
jgreeson said...

FE to the C —

If Bob Stoops comes to kentucky, he's going to the Derby. If he comes to Tennessee he's looking for help at tight end. (And if he's picking up bourbon, we think he'll swing by Lynchburg for some Gentleman Jack... Smooth. Mmmmm, that sounds good, we think we'll have that.)

9er —

Mark would be a good get for the Cats. Seriously. And shoot yes we'd coach at UK. Win seven games there three out of five years and they'll build you a statue.


That's some knice knowledge on the Dukes. We watched that show growing up — that makes sense, too.

BackupQB June Jones —

George Jefferson is good, but did his Amen! career have too much success. And Al Bundy would have been a winner before Modern Family as blowed up. Not unlike Doogie Howser before How I Met Your Mother found big-time success.

The UT job and the state of the UT program are different animals all together. As far as jobs go, the top three are Alabama, Florida and Georgia. LSU is comfortably fourth, but not in the discussion with the top three. Tennessee and the mix of Auburn, T-A&M and maybe South Carolina and/or Arkansas are next. Now the state of those programs is vastly different.

Heck as well as Spurrier has done, South Carolina still has as many SEC titles as Vandy, Ole Miss and Miss. State over the last two decades.

Spy —

The Irish can play D, but those play calls were for junk.

Kiffin: "OK, let's run it right at that Te'o kid."

QB: "Uh, coach, he's pretty good."

Kiffin: "They'll never expect it."

We can see Norm; Cliff however has been in so many Pixar films now his voice is known the world over.

What are these adult beverages of which you speak. MA! Meatloaf!

— 5-at-10

We mentioned Sal — SAAALLLLL!!! — as well.

November 26, 2012 at 1:14 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

In a sea of unimpressive TV shows, How I Met Your Mother is one of them. Modern Family, however, does stand out.

5, I'm not exactly in Pixar's intended demographic. His voice may be recognizable but his mug is another thing.

Ah, yes, the genius of Lane Kiffin. Now there's a short book. Two pages with room left over to scribble.

November 26, 2012 at 1:19 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

Let's not forget Don Knotts' excellent role on "Three's Company" as Mr. Furley after the untimely demise of one of the great character actors of all time, Norman Fell as Stanley Roper.

November 26, 2012 at 1:24 p.m.
Stewwie said...

[Note to all HS coaches in the Tri-State area, until further notice, please forward all your four and five star players to 615 McCallie Avenue, attention Russell Huesman.]

Lol. I like it, JMC. Vonn Bell...time to schedule an official visit.

November 26, 2012 at 1:29 p.m.
Todd962 said...

Hows about Screech Powers, Steve Urkel, Carlton Banks, or Carl Winslow?

I caught a young comedian on CC the other morning who was doling out some alcohol humor, which is my favorite of course. He was describing the morning after a bender when everyone discovers something was broken or stolen the night before and his line was "Then I asked myself the question that only Steve Urkel and people that get blackout drunk can.....Did I do that?"

November 26, 2012 at 1:46 p.m.
BackupQB said...

Since you mentioned Doogie Howser, I recalled that some of former TFP Sports Writers (actually going back to the News Free Press days) referred to one of your current staffers as Doogie Howser. Can you guess who was nicknamed Doogie?

November 26, 2012 at 2:06 p.m.
Livn4life said...

SMOKIN' on the Colorado deal with Gruden and that includes using the word pot for a poker game...I think.

November 26, 2012 at 2:32 p.m.
jgreeson said...

Spy —

Mr. Furley hurts Don knotts' chances, sure, but doesn't that mean "In the Heat of the Night" hurts Archie's Rushmore bid, too.

And we'll take a spin off the Steve Spurrier classic about the book of Lane Kiffin's genius: "And some of the pages hadn't been colored on yet."

Stewwie —

If Huesman lands Vonn Bell — who was spotted at a high school hoops game this weekend sporting all Alabama gear, for what it's worth — then the NCAA will be here toot sweet.

962 —

Screech is solid gold money. And how how about everyone's fav UTC actor Mr. Belding?

Carlton Banks was also in Silver Spoons if memory serves, and is Carl Winslow related to Kellen?

The "Did I do that" question is No. 3 on the unfortunate hung over pondering:

No. 2 is: "Where's our car?"

No. 1 is: "Who are you?"

Friend of ours woke up in a stranger's closet one time. Not sure how that happens.

B-QB June Jones,

Yes, and there are some folks that still call him that. Although it's lost some of the charm since Doogie Howser switched teams — not that there's anything wrong with that of course.

Livn(Large) —

Poker game or possible kitchen utensil. Or carrying item for a Leprechaun's gold.

— 5-at-10

November 26, 2012 at 2:46 p.m.
BIspy4 said...

when doogie howser couldn't close the deal with wanda plinn, didn't that raise doubts about his particular proclivity?

November 26, 2012 at 2:59 p.m.
JonathanMCook said...

jay wrote-

"Screech is solid gold money. And how how about everyone's fav UTC actor Mr. Belding?"

Ummmm Jay? Did you even "glance" at my Rushmore? Allow me to copy it.

From earlier today,

Rushmore: Mr. Belding ('Nuff Said), Curtis "Booger" Armstrong, Robert "Benson" Guillaume, Brent "Data" Spiner.

Post number 5. :P

November 26, 2012 at 5:14 p.m.
jgreeson said...

Spy —

No doubt. Especially since Doogie was a teenager and pulling surgeon wages. Dude should have been money. Never mind he was hanging out with that squirmy little sidekick who grew up to be the Soprano crime family.


Looked right over it, but Booger is an excellent call, too, although he was great in Risky BID-ness. Although if this were movie character, and if we're doing movie characters, we'll take Luke Skywalker for 100.

— 5-at-10

We'll just have to take your word

November 26, 2012 at 5:42 p.m.
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