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If you want. I can’t make you. Don’t hurt yourself. So, I’m told that not eating for 12 hours is actually good for you. Why you ask? Honestly, I can’t remember at this moment. I just remember my doctor telling me this at my last physical last year. Something about it being good for my health.
It’s kind of like staying away from people when an unknown new virus is going around and they are still trying to figure it out. It may affect some people really poorly. Others, might have little to no issues once they get it.
Everyone is different. So, we should all move along with precautions until we figure this bug out, right?
Until the day comes that we know the ins and outs of this bugger, we should probably chill out a bit.
Ya know, let the scientific community catch up to it with little to no problems so we can watch sports this fall.
But then again, I’m not a doctor. Do what you will and enjoy today’s flakes.
Mankilling Mastodons
Where things left off with Keem GreenThere was significant buzz when he arrived. It is that way when there is word of a 300-plus-pound man who can move and possibly be a door stop against the run. a
Nebraska Football: Could Zach Schlager find a role on the team in 2020?Zach Schlager flew under the radar for Nebraska football after transferring last year.Now, he looks to make a name for himself in 2020
Nebraska Film Review: Defensive Lineman Ty Robinson | Hail VarsityTy Robinson was one of Nebraska’s biggest recruiting wins in the 2019 class, but fans only go a couple of chances to see him play as a freshman as he took advantage of the four-game redshirt rule. Jacob Padilla looked back at all of his snaps to get a feel for his strengths and weaknesses.
Odd circumstances shape spring recruiting at epicenter of Nebraska prep talent – The AthleticWith Huskers signee Zavier Betts still working on eligibility, junior WR Keagan Johnson is set to announce his decision between NU and Iowa.
Dickerson, Johnson drown out negative feedback from tiny slice of NU fan base | Football | journalstar.comAvante Dickerson and Keagan Johnson have seen the comments after committing to Husker rivals. But the in-state duo is staying the course.
Nebraska Welcomes Sharpshooting Transfer – BT PowerhouseFred Hoiberg continues to build his program.
Former Husker baseball player and coach Erstad among those earning degrees Saturday | National | delcotimes.comThe former Husker standout athlete and later coach is set to earn his degree in business administration from UNL on Saturday.
(Looks Outside) Yep, still no sports
Shatel: Athletic directors like Creighton’s Bruce Rasmussen are preparing for the unknown | Plus | omaha.comWhen it comes to sports, the pandemic has taught us to think outside the box.
NCAA president says no fall sports unless campuses are open to all students: ‘It’s really that simple’ | Fox NewsThe NCAA has made it clear that unless college campuses are open to the entire student body in the fall, there are no plans to risk the health of student-athletes for the sake of sports.
MLB plan for 2020 season to include approximately 80 games and expanded playoffs, report says – CBSSports.comCommissioner Rob Manfred is reportedly set to talk to teams on Monday
UFC 249: Vicious Kattar elbows set up TKO win over StephensAn American fighter has stunned fans with a series of savage elbows that left his opponent a bloodied wreck at UFC 249.
What Were Sports? | HazlittOnce, there were sports. Spencer Hall and Jason Kirk try to remember what that was like.
Yellow Journalism
The Japanese Monk Who Hiked a Mountain for 1,000 Days – BackpackerAn ancient path to Nirvana leads a Buddhist monk up a mountain—again and again and again. Can backpackers learn anything from his example?
What Happened to Val Kilmer? He’s Just Starting to Figure It Out. – The New York TimesCancer has taken his voice, but the unlikeliest movie star in Hollywood history still has a lot he wants to say.
“Sushi in the time of Coronavirus”, an essay by chef David Utterback – Sarah Baker HansenI remember visiting my mom.
I made her prisoner in a nursing home a few years ago, after the stroke took her body and the dementia clouded her mind. It was one of the first real days of spring. A classically chilly-crisp Nebraska morning.

Auditory Enlightenment

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