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If I choose you, I will email you and invite you in so make sure you include a valid email address. I've had plenty of questions about what my opinion is of John McClain's article where Gary Kubiak was quoted as saying the Texans are possibly targeting a tackle in the draft so I'll do that in this space. First the quotes: 2. "We think it's 50 50 that he does make it back. If he does, we'll feel very good. If not, we'll have an issue on that side that we'll have to address in the draft or find a way to make with work with Ephraim or Jordan." 3. "We've improved there, but we still have to improve a great deal. Solidifying left tackle for a long, long time is the key." 4. (On the question of the possibility of drafting a tackle first) "There's a good chance; it depends on who's out there." On quote 1: This is standard NFL operating procedure as it should be. If Charles Spencer doesn't make it back to his former self, then you have a hole at left tackle. It's that simple. You can never operate off of the best case scenario if you are a GM or head coach or you'll get stuck. On quote 2: The question I would have on this is about the phrase "make it back". If by "make it back" Kubiak is referring to Spencer's ability to come back from his injury as a viable option as a tackle, then of course the Texans have to consider a tackle. If "make it back" is referring to being back in time for the start of the season, then I think the Texans would be silly to draft a tackle. Jordan Black and Ephraim Salaam are with the Texans to provide depth and Black played left tackle on a playoff team in Kansas City last year. If you know you can go with a patchwork tackle until Spencer is ready to go, then you do that and address a full time need like the secondary or at wide receiver. On quote 3: Once you get your tackles and your quarterback set, you are golden in the NFL. The Bengals have two very good tackles and a good QB so they are set on that side of the ball. Now they just have to figure out the defensive side of the ball. If Spencer can't come back, then finding a good alternative at LT should become a priority at 10 and Levi Brown is that kind of guy. On a related now, Joe Staley can be that kind of guy later in the first round as well. On quote 4: I, for one, trust him when he says this. Could it be a smokescreen? Sure it could. After all. how many teams come out and tell the local media who they are targeting? There is always a chance that it opens you up to have another team jump up in front of you and snag the guy you want. If the Texans want to trade back, then they need to create doubt with as many NFL teams as possible about which direction they could go. The more options available to a team, the more mysterious they become around the league and the more trade partners that are likely to come calling. Is it possible coach Kubiak is being honest about their intentions? Yes. Look, NFL teams aren't stupid. They all have depth charts and rosters at their desks and they can see the areas where you are strong and where you need help. Kubiak might be thinking that he isn't saying something that people don't already know. Why put it out there as a possibility? Ask an honest question and get an honest answer. There is still a chance that Spencer doesn't make it back to his pre injury form and if that happens, the Texans will need to lock down the left tackle spot because it is of the utmost importance in the NFL. This could have simply been a case of Kubiak being honest about a need in an article meant to inform the Texans fans. If Levi Brown was their one and only player targeted at 10, Kubiak probably refuses to answer the questions at this time, but all teams have multiple plans and scenario boards in place so that they are prepared for anything that happens and pretty much all teams have groups of players that they like at a particular spot in the draft. Therefore, being honest about Levi Brown doesn't necessarily ruin their draft possibilities at 10. Was Kubiak being honest or is this just part of a smokescreen? You make the call right here. I think too much is being made of this whole thing. Kubiak didn say anything we didn already know, other than the 50 50 part about Spencer, and that was kind of murky. All this talk about the left tackle position, but then Kubiak goes on to say think you can put that (receiver) right up there with offensive tackle that our two biggest needs on offense, Kubiak said. need to develop a couple of wide receivers. new here. So, in answer to your question, Lance, I answer and Yes Being honest can also be a smokescreen! If you playing poker and you tell the table have a good hand you might be telling the truth, but also hoping that some people think you bluffing. Of course he is being honest. That does not mean, however, that they will draft a LT at the 10 spot. It means that they will analyze their needs, of which LT may be one depending on Spencer condition. People seem to be panicking about our LT position, but I think Jordan Black would be a nice fill in if Spencer is not ready. Not to mention the fact that we could still trade down into the 20s and probably still get Levi Brown, or get Joe Staley or Justin Blalock or a WR as a nice consolation prize for picking up another pick. Personally, I am not worried. Kubiak did a stand up job on the draft last year. I admit, I still would have picked Reggie Bush, and I think most of the VY crowd are lying when they say they would have picked Young over Bush a year ago, but don write Williams off he is going to be a great player. Ryans and Owen Daniels were also great picks and the rest of the draft provided some good depth that saw playing time. With Smith in the mix this year instead of Casserly, I am confident the Texans will have another good draft. I think he was being somewhat honest and at the same time like you said Lance he is not going to give up the true intentions as to what they do with the 10 pick. I think that if Peterson falls to 10 you have to take him, but I can see if the right oppotunity to trade down and pick up that second round pick that we had to give up, there are some real gems that will be available and we as everyone knows we need help at multiple spots. Adrian Peterson would look so awesome in a Texans uniform, just set back for a minute and think about that one!!! Kubiak is just speaking the obvious. Everybody knows the OL has been a major weakness since Day 1. The Texans have never spent a first rounder on OL (not counting expansion, ughh and it shows. I was hoping for a trade down to get D last season. No, not VY!!! If you look back in past drafts, the Texans always seemed to question value on OL when it their turn to pick. They need to invest in the OL, the patchwork philosophy has not worked. Lance, who fits the Texans offense better (skill pick value) Brown at 10, or Staley late in 1st if we can swing a deal? You know it could be both, we do need to solidify the left side, and also use that to our advantage of selecting a better player or aquiring more draft picks. You know it might be the best idea for the texans, as you said this could help the texans get an 2nd round draft choice cause they probably dont want to miss out on the action. Question on Black, is he not a starting left for our zone scheme or is Big Kub looking for a younger line? What is the deal with him, i mean you sign a guy who started a lot of games for the other team (they went to the playoffs)? Is he slow towards rushing ends? What is your input on him? I think Kubiak was and is being honest. He appears to believe what he says when he says it, only things can and do change. He seems to be a genuine person and interested in an open and honest relationship with the press. Of course, he is not coming out and saying what we plan to do and he shouldn Spencer may not come back, and after being burned by Davis, the team cannot afford to expect an injured player to be back. Can you have too many good tackles? No. Receivers should still be there in round three, and if they can trade back and gain a second round pick, they in great shape. This may be their plan all along. I like what they have done, and look forward to the draft and coming season. We have hope, which we haven had in a while. teams aren stupid. They all have depth charts and rosters at their desks and they can see the areas where you are strong and where you need help. Kubiak might be thinking that he isn saying something that people don already know. Lance That is the most relevant point in answering the this part of a smokescreen question. I sure other teams had assumed the Texans would seriously consider Levi Brown way before Kubiak made those statements. Everything in his comments is pretty much common knowledge. Kubiak basically stated the obvious in those quotes, so I don see how he could be seen as just blowing hot air..

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The use of a custom orthotic device is the most common way to correct the underlying mechanics that cause instability, weakness, pain, and ultimately deformities such as bunions. During an evaluation for custom orthotics, your podiatrist will take measurements to be able to identify and understand the forces causing the bunion deformity to form. He will then take a mold of your foot by wrapping it in plaster, using a foam mold, or walking across a computer force plate. The mold is sent to a lab with a specific prescription to have the orthotics made. So what if you don't get an orthotics after bunion surgery? What could possibly happen? If you just correct the deformity, but don't address the underlying biomechanical reason the deformity exists, you are likely to see the bunion returning over the next several years. The worst case I have seen is with a 25 year old woman. She had her first bunion surgery at age 16. In the following nine years, she had two more bunion surgeries. Not one of the doctors suggested the possibility of mechanical control with an orthotics to prevent future surgery. This, to me, is criminal! The take home message is this: Surgery is a fine solution, and often the only solution, for a painful bunion deformity. Just realize that there are larger issues that need to be addressed. If your podiatrist does not bring up biomechanical control with an orthotics after surgery, be sure to ask about it. 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Metal has been said to be related to Classical Music in its complexity and virtuosity, which can be attributed to the classical training and background of many of its most influential musicians. Just don't tell Beethoven, that guy was nuts. History of Heavy Metal Heavy Metal began its unholy existance as a fusion of the technicality and improvisation of Blues rock and the batshit craziness of psychedelic rock back in the 60's, generally known as a period where a whole lot of fucked up shit went down. As can be assumed in a period where acid, free love, and hippies were causing chaos in the streets, headbanging was pretty low on the list of "Shit That Worries Parents", so it managed to sneak by as just another trend in rock. Then before anyone knew what was happening, everyone and their creepy old neighbors had the "Stairway To Heaven" and "Smoke on the Water" record or cassette or whatever the hell it was they listened to back then, and metal was "popular". Unfortunately this is also the same general time period in which Bellbottoms and platform shoes were considered "popular", so that doesn't prove a whole lot, but whatever. The movement was headed by now hallowed bands such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, and Alice Cooper, as well as mostly forgotten groups like Iron Butterfly, The Jeff Beck Group, and Blue Cheer. Metal began its true split from standard Rock'n'Roll when Black Sabbath's lead guitarist, Tony Iommi, managed to hack off the tips of his fingers while cutting sheet metal. What he was doing cutting sheet metal, we'll never know (I hold to the belief that he was forging a battle axe or some shit) but the accident forced him to tune his guitar down a whole step (for the guitar savvy, D tuning) to loosen the strings and prevent further finger mutilation. Forced to play with plastic tips on his fingers, he also began to use simpler, easily held power chords, such as can be heard in Sabbath's "Iron Man" and Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water". This style was furthered by bands like Kiss, Scorpions, AC/DC, and Judas Priest to form the outline of the true "Heavy Metal" sound. The late 70's and 80's saw the formation of many of metal's greatest bands, such as Slayer, Metallica, Iron Maiden, Megadeth, Van Halen, Def Leppard, Motorhead, and plenty more. In 1987 MTV, still in its pre reality show days, began airing Headbanger's Ball, a music video show devoted solely to metal that's still around today. This was just in time for the beginning of the Great Genre War (to be addressed in the next section), firmly assuring that no one will ever actually watch it for more than 10 minutes. Today, Heavy Metal is gaining more acceptance and becoming "cool", as opposed to its previous brand of "scary as fuck", much to the disappointment of its most diehard fans. Metal Genres Sometime during the 80's, Heavy Metal began to drop under the public radar, as the genre began to trend towards a style far too extreme and awesome for normal radio and mainstream appeal. While it still maintained a strong following, the fans of metal tended to be much more devoted and passionate about their favorite bands and styles, leading to a fracturing of the core fanbase. Some favored the tamer, stadium filling sounds of Motley Crue and Kiss, while others tended towards the darker, brutal moshpits of Slayer and Metallica, or the demonic growls of Napalm Death and Obituary. Thus began the Great Genre War of Metal, as various descriptive and obsessively specific titles began to emerge for the different genres of Heavy Metal. To witness the the ensuing carnage, visit the comment section of any metal video on Youtube. In addition, you will quickly be made aware that this is also a case study of nearly all of the internet personality disorders; congratulations, you did science. (note: all the above names and comments were made up by me, as I wrote this. If I inadvertently used your screen name here, may I kindly direct you to my comment box where you may leave a complaint.) Each genre of metal is the result of mixing influences from other genres and bands, just like what you see in every piece of music ever. For some reason though, metalheads not normally known for their powers over "words" and "thinking" feel the need to create a new sub genre every time a band uses a different guitar. on the subject as well, so fuck you if you try to correct them. That's Doctor Metalhead to you, sir. Purely because I am one of the greatest human beings (and non human beings for that matter) of all time, I will attempt to break down some of the most significant sub genres of Heavy Metal. Further awesomeness on my part will also be provided, as each bands name will link to their MySpace Music or equivalent site. You're welcome. Heavy Metal Yes, this qualifies as a subgenre, because I say so. This is metal at its most basic and purest form. Distorted and clean guitars; long, technical solos; high pitched, wailing, clean vocals; occasional but not pervasive double bass pedal drumming. This is the metal that people used to be afraid of, now falls into the "slightly more intense than Nickelback" category. Typically tries to make up for this with frightening album covers, flashy stage theatrics, or just plain crazy (see image below). Examples: Iron Maiden, Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Dio, Ozzy Osbourne Ozzy Osbourne: here to consume your soul. Thrash Metal One of the most iconic subgenres of metal, Thrash emerged back in the early 1980's and is still the drug of choice for many metal purists. Apparently the vocals tend to talk about a lot of societal and personal issues, but I never really noticed. Examples: The "Big Four": Anthrax, Megadeth, Metallica, Slayer; also Sepultura, Kreator, Municipal Waste Nike Kobe 9 Low EM XDR Black Red,jump to contentmy subreddits limit my search to /r/malefashionadviceuse the following search parameters to narrow your results:see the search faq for details. Bootcuts are a well hated, but still viable option. Since you ask how, here are my recommendations: You should wear them with either substantial shoes or actual boots. By I mean mainly leather shoes with a chunky rather than sleek construction, and with thick soles. The idea is to keep the leg opening in balance, and not let the shoes get swallowed up. (With small feet this could be difficult.) From what I seen, nearly all advertisements for bootcut jeans get the footwear wrong, pairing them with sneakers that are too lightweight and out of genre. Still, it done. (That Ben Affleck, by the way.) The practical aim of bootcuts is to accommodate the upper part of boots. Many body types can wear bootcuts, but in particular they balance a long, angular frame. Since the line of the flare is the defining feature, these jeans should be fairly trim to the leg, as opposed to some straight leg jeans that can be worn more loosely and/or stack atop the shoes. Wide flares and severe curves below the knee are gimmicky features of pants that are worn to show off that feature rather than enhance the body wearing them. Given both the popular opposition to bootcuts and the distracting nature of too wide leg openings, somewhat slim legs and subtle angles are best if you want to fly under the radar. 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