The Colts already clinched division and deactivated Hilton. Colts did this all the time when Peyton was there, can't believe the Cowgirls are acting like this is a huge deal for them. It was an exhibition game, nothing more.
I'm of the opinion that he intentionally put the ball on the ground while in his grasp. Watch the replay and you'll see he only got one foot down and his momentum would have carried his shoulder OB. By putting the ball down, he was then down before his shoulder landed OB.
Underrated and under appreciated if you don't see that part of it.
As much as I hate the Falcons and Arthur Blank (Jerry Jones 2.0), the manner in which he orchestrated the post-Mike Vick era bringing in Dimitrof and Smith, drafting Ryan was all done right. It was decisive, it was quick and it yielded immediate positive results. While it may have taken a few years to rebuild the team after Vick's ridiculous contract, once they got there the team peaked, the coaching staff peaked and the Falcons never bothered to build a defense along the way.
It's not Mike Smith nearly as much as it's Dimitrof, but it is time to move on.
Since the true essence of rock 'n roll comes from the influence of the blues, country western and some minor jazz influences, how are you going to narrow it down to a single "most influential?"
Just this morning I heard Howlin' Wolf's version of "Back Door Man"...
And then listen The Doors version and listen to how the guitar and piano holds up like the original...
And as others mentioned, the influence of country cannot be denied (and it's hard to understand how Donna Summer got into the RnR Hall of Fame before Willie Nelson). Chuck Berry, Hank Ballard, Little Richard, etc. are all huge influences as they were the original innovators in combining the blues and country riffs with a different tempo or rhythm.
Dude, it's a part time gig for ya and it's helping pay the bills.
You are who you are and you should not allow your job, let alone a part time job, define you as a person. If it were your full time job and you were representing the company you work for on a daily basis, then I may have an issue with it. But it's not.
You aren't the face of the company, you aren't on the board of directors and, who knows, maybe it's part of the university's contract with the client.
Unless your conscience just takes over and rules your judgment in this case, I wouldn't worry about it.