“We would stay at the team hotel and then players are allowed to go back home, get what they need, and then go to the game,” Gordon told GQ. “So I’d leave the hotel early morning, go home, eat breakfast, do my little ritual, whatever it may be, some weed, some alcohol, and then go to the game. And then, I’d definitely be partying after every game, win or lose.

In the woods of Georgia, after a long, unsuccessful evening of hunting for Bigfoot. I was so deep in the woods, trying to find that damn Sasquatch, I missed the calls of the tester. By the time I got out of the woods, there was 15 minutes left for me to generate enough urine to fill the cup.

Get ready for another twist of the knife game for the Canucks. Canucks fans will get to see Finnish forward Patrik Laine power through their team instead of being part of it. The Jets drafted Laine who leads the team with 20 goals after Vancouver plummeted out of prime picking position in the 2016 draft.

Assembly Bill 451 as amended, permits the driver of a large vehicle or combination of vehicles to deviate from the lane in which they are driving to safely approach and drive through a roundabout. The bill additionally requires the driver of a small vehicle to yield the right of way to any large vehicle or combination of vehicles when they are approaching or driving through a roundabout at approximately the same time or close enough to potentially create a collision. If two large vehicles or combination of vehicles approach a roundabout at the same time, the vehicle on the right must yield the right of way to the vehicle on the left.

In the end, it didn’t matter who won: the voters lost.8. Foxy Moxie: After incumbent Democrat state senator Jean Berkey of Everett finished third in the primary, she claimed Seattle’s Moxie Media and some political action committees “likely conspired” to oppose her re election. Moxie consulted for a coalition of labor unions and social progressives that financed a $300,000 campaign opposing Berkey and supporting a Democratic challenger, Nick Harper.

NFL Hall of Famer and Buffalo Bill Quarterback Jim Kelly announces that the Buffalo Bills selects Florida State defensive back Ronald Darby as the 50th pick in the second round of the 2015 NFL Football Draft, Friday, May 1, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)The legendary former players were on hand to announce the second round selections for the Bills and Bears, respectively. Kelly’s appearance was spell binding, and after a lengthy standing ovation, he told the audience that he is cancer free..