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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching the Buckeyes win it all in 02.
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Recent Activity

Comment 8 seconds ago

Jorts........That;s all they let me wear here in Florida. What am I to do?

Comment 21 hours ago

Outstanding 05. If that was a regular feature of NBA games, I'd be hooked.

Comment 24 Apr 2015

Wow, lots of good suggestions. I in fact have recently renewed a childhood interest in fishing. And I do play golf, though the loss of distance over the years has been troubling.

Comment 20 Apr 2015

I am always amazed when I hear an offensive lineman interviewed or quoted. The seem to be, as a group, the smartest, most well spoken  group on the field. The also always seem be the group showing the most respect for each other and how they perform as a unit. The offensive line is the heart and soul and brains of a championship team. We are really blessed with good kids and a coaching staff that understands their importance.

Comment 14 Apr 2015

It's interesting to contrast how MLB and NHL handles player eligibility compared to NFL / NBA.  Baseball and hockey seem to have found a way to operate that accommodates kids that want to go to college as well as those who don't. There are lower professional leagues in these sports that provide development experience for the guys that forgo college. Even with the ability to go directly to the bigs, baseball and hockey players rarely go directly from high school to the major leagues. The NFL / NBA utilize colleges as their farm teams.

Comment 14 Apr 2015

Maybe we'll get lucky and DJ will the beginning of a new trend for Ohio State. Really good players deciding that a college degree and the experience they gain is as important as instant money and they stay in school. Imagine the Basketbuck's future if that happened.

Comment 11 Apr 2015

Sorry I got so defensive.  For years, we kept a pretty extensive competitive fleet of bikes on hand and I've ridden most of them. I've been on evaluation and development rides with HD's and competitive bikes in the test fleets from the Arizona desert  to top of Pikes Peak and just about every were in between. A few things stand out from these experiences.

All motorcycles are fun to ride. Every bike has it's plusses and minuses. There are lots of different types of customers and a bike to fit just about everyone. BMW and Honda and the rest of the manufacturers all make good motorcycles. There's more to a motorcycle than the performance numbers printed in the bike magazines.  The look, sound, and feel of a bike are the characteristics of a bike that remain after the newness wears off. Harley's are expensive, but things are only worth what people are willing to pay.

Go check out a HD demo ride at a dealer or an event. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised how well they stack up with the competition. If you haven't look at one in a while, you'll be surprised at the technology underneath.

Comment 11 Apr 2015

marble rye, horses eating beef-aroni, nana's check getting cashed after 20 years, uncle Leo, bad naked, high flow shower heads, Kramer going to California and thought to be a murder, Newman and Kramer using the mail truck to transport cans to _ichigan for the deposit, Kreuger industrial smoothing, Kennedy's golf clubs, Mr. Littman, "get a good look Costanza", peeing in the shower, .........................  

The list is endless. The best comedy ever..................

Comment 06 Apr 2015

Looks like George Carlin forgot a word. Should have been the "eight words, not seven.........".

The other interesting thing I noted, not a single person in this 200+ comment string noted he said the "f" word. Wasn't too long ago, that was taboo as well. Times change, eh?

Comment 05 Apr 2015

The only downside is that you'll only be able to understand every third or fourth word at best from several of his most delightful callers.

Comment 05 Apr 2015

Any one see any pics of Ms. Judd after the game? She must have been there. 

Comment 05 Apr 2015

It'll never happen. SES,SEC,SEC!!!

Comment 05 Apr 2015

Agree, CB. I have a bunch of friends in Wisky and most of them too were backing the Buckeyes. I'm just reciprocating. Go Bucky, beat Puke!!

Comment 05 Apr 2015

Any one here remember the last time an underdog BIG team beat an unbeatable SEC team in a really big game in any sport? But that could never happen twice in the same year, could it? Can't wait to hear Finebaum and his high class call-in audience on Monday. It ought to be a real hoot.

Comment 05 Apr 2015

I think there are several of us here. I finally had to google "Four Loko". Found it was invented by two OSU students in 2005. Imagine, a heavily caffeinated alcoholic beverage. Nothing like being drunk and wide awake. Never had heard of it till 11W. I hope these kids get off my lawn.

Comment 04 Apr 2015

Well. I worked for HD in Engineering for 30 years and saw first hand how we improved the performance and quality of the bikes and value of the brand over that time. They were pretty bad bikes in the 70's, but have been completely redesigned at least three times in those 30 years. There's more to being a motorcycle rider than pretending to be a badass. You are right, I'm not young anymore or badass (never was, in fact). You however are still ridiculous and obviously know little about motorcycles and Harley-Davidson in particular.

Comment 03 Apr 2015

I think you need to take a fresh look at HD's. Your stereotypical opinion is aptly described by your screen name. You obviously haven't been in an HD dealer in years, if ever. 

Comment 30 Mar 2015

I am admittedly an old fart, but I wish someone would explain the fascination kids have today with tattoos. Tattos used to be a simple anchor or "mom" or some old girlfriends name, and they were usually the result of excessive alcohol and a dare. Now they obviously are well thought out and take more than a small investment of time and money. Can you young hipster dudes out there help me understand?