Utility companies usually don't dig up the streets any more than the street department climbs utility poles. If the utility company is on site and the street department is tearing the place up, it's usually a sign the underground utility has an issue. Granted, some larger cities have utility crews who will do a rather limited excavation to get to the problem, but simply repaving a roadway is left to the street department.
Umm, I thought you read what these guys write? But, okay, now I have to assume you don't, so here's a sample. I'm not thinking a white person could get away with saying this without being labeled a racist. "You are the first freaking lady of the United States and you’re still a spoiled butt-hurt victim, whining about unfairness. You’re not interested in representing the United States, you’re not interested in representing ALL the people, your interest is in representing the black community and as the first lady you have represented us as bitter and spoiled."
Let's use a racial slur from a black player toward a white player:
Let's walk off the court without shaking hands:
In the matter of just a few short minutes at the end of the game and afterwards, Kentucky goes from being a very respectable 38-win basketball team to just another bunch of poorly mannered, sore losers and anything that John Calipari might have done to transform these supposedly young men into adults is all down the shitter in the blink of an eye.
I'm not diminishing what UK and Calipari have done under the current system. Not in the least. I've made a lot of money on UK over the years and this year's team should be noted for more than just remaining undefeated. They're playing as a team and playing unselfishly. I give them all the credit in the world, but by no means would I ever consider them the best ever when, even as you admit, there are generational differences in the brand of NCAA basketball.
I will concede they are the best team since the previous generation's best team, which was Indiana during the first half of the Bob Knight era at IU until 1988.
The "best ever" college basketball team in NCAA history? Really? Not even close.
When UK gets to 12 NCAA Championship games and wins 11 of those 12, come see me.
When UK wins 7 consecutive NCAA Championships, come see me.
10 consecutive Final Four appearances.
88 game winning streak....
4 undefeated seasons....
Or, even on an individual level; when UK gets a player the NCAA decides is so completely dominant and disruptive on the court they decide to ban the dunk for nearly 10 years (as they did with Alcindor in 1967). Not to mention the fact back then freshmen were not allowed to play on the "varsity" team, so he played 3 seasons... and lost only 1 game in those 3 seasons.
Ummmmm, no. I've been around long enough to know pure "trades" in the NFL are a rarity. For what it's worth, I've never suggested the team do anything with Cam Newton because, when it comes down to it, the decision of his future will be his and not the team's.