Thousands of meteors are reported falling through the skies, but not many are caught on video. On Monday, one lucky Michigander caught one burning through the atmosphere. Driving south on 131, Andrew Gunneson happened to be filming as he drove, and caught the fireball as it burned through the Michigan sky.
Sure, there are a few people out there who are rooting for the Cleveland Browns to finish their imperfect season in perfect fashion. But don’t count the 2008 Detroit Lions among them. They don’t wish their company on anyone.
The Rock Pile Gang, so named for the piles of rocks that line the Grand Haven Pier, have been winter surfers along Lake Michigan for years. So when the wind kicked up the surf and kicked down the wind chill, these brave souls jumped in the water to surf.
The Detroit Lions currently lead the NFC North, and while lifelong fans know they still have a chance to choke that away, I thought it was kind of crappy that absolutely no one from the team made the annual Pro Bowl NFC All Star team announced yesterday.
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