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Bourbon Meyer


from Dayton Ohio

Member since 18 August 2013 | Blog

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Voting Record: 1032 / 159

I'm a Buckeye married to a Wolverine and living in Spartanland. Please someone help before I kill again.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Donnie Nickey knocking down the final pass on the final play of the 2003 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Archie Griffin
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Lawrence Funderburke
  • NFL TEAM: Dallas Cowboys
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Manchester United

Recent Activity

Comment 15 hours ago

I was extremely disappointed that Kyle never played significant time on the O-line. I was looking to seeing him the most. Life is precious, but unpredictable.

Comment 30 Aug 2015

BlackCoffee so your first game was OSU v.s. MSU 1966? I like it. MSU was the bee's knees that year. Tied with Notre Dame in "The Greatest College Football game ever" according to Keith Jackson. I remember those affordable hot dogs and cold chocolate too (more in the early 70's though). I also remember the huge signs all over the underbelly of Ohio Stadium: PLEASE DESTROY ALL CUPS. Anybody else remember those signs? The cups HAD to be destroyed or humanity wouldn't survive.

I remember putting up a sign: PLEASE DESTROY MICHIGAN

signed The fans.

Comment 20 Aug 2015

So.......Ramzy and DJ and Patrick and the other guy; Dave Biddle and Tony Gerdman and Tim May and Jack Park and Doug Lesmerises and Bill Schmidt and (the list is too numerous) are famous and making livings (i.e. gettin' paid) exploiting Ohio State Buckeye football, yet they are NOT narcissistic pieces of ****?  Are the above mentioned not SUPERFANS as well, yet are not justly labeled as such because they do not wear a white cowboy hat? To those who mock, eye roll and gnash their teeth at an ESPN Fan Hall of Fame member I say fie, fie upon thy houses thou (literally) cream-faced loons. 

To the caped crusader, the chosen one, the "true" Buckeye fan who tests the limits of reality, patience, and sanity every day I say congratulations on being the Buckeye fan we all really want to be but can't because we refuse the break the ice within ourselves.

Lead on John Chubb, lead on.

Comment 20 Aug 2015

You are NOT a true fan because you were partying with Penn State fans. Take that lucky buckeye out of your pocket. You told another Buckeye fan to Fuck off. You sir are THE DOUCHE!

Comment 18 Aug 2015

The Confederate flag is a symbol of : The Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, The Confederacy (as a whole), White Supremacy, Southern Pride.

The bolded part was the flag's original emblem. As a historical piece, the flag should only really fly in Virginia, and really only Northern Virginia at that.

That emblem was eventually (and still is) made as a symbol of The whole Confederacy, which fought mainly for slavery (economics) and states rights (politics).

The flag is a symbol of white supremacy, not racism. When you enslave a group of people you have a complete dominance over them that perpetuates a belief that you are superior to that group or race of people. Kinda like the way humans feel about animals. Some still have this belief : Ku Klux members (past and present), skinheads, Dylann Roof, racists in general. I recently saw the flag being waved in Howell Michigan and on a food truck in East Lansing MIchigan.

People see it as a symbol of Southern pride. The flag does carry some legitimacy because it was used in a historical conflict, and blood was shed for the flag. Waving it is kind of proof that you are a "real" southerner and your southern pride is second to none. So when you see the flag in museums, or over Confederate soldiers' graveyards in the South, or in someone's window in Mississippi or North Carolina it almost makes sense. Again, when you see it flying in Michigan or in Miamisburg Ohio, southern pride? No.

The takeaway: you have the right to fly it, and with that assume the risks and perceptions that will come with displaying it, but it has no business flying over official government properties and institutions.

.......and some advice. Never ever, ever buy food from a truck that's waving the Confederate flag.

Comment 14 Aug 2015

1. BW3 in Town & Country Kettering

2. Rooster's on 741 near 725 and the Dayton Mall (Huge, I'm mean HUGE wings there.)

3. BW3 on Alex-Bell Rd. in West Carollton.

You can't go wrong in a BW3.

Comment 14 Aug 2015

I agree. This is a shrewd, smart move by Harbaugh, and it is to somewhat counter that NBA connection to OSU that LBJ has.

While still always laughable, Harbaugh still knows how to make the smart, bold moves ( I like how he handled Cowturd on this own radio show), and will definitely be a capable opponent down the stretch.

Comment 26 Jul 2015

Yes today ese. Good luck and keep the Buckeye light shining in SoCal.

Comment 16 Jul 2015
Glad to see "Cowturd" gone. I actually sided with Harbaugh on that botched interview. Many thanks Phyllis from Mulga.
Comment 14 Jul 2015
No,YTOWNBUCKI, but as the camera pans around you see a car with an Ohio license plate. Noticed that the first time I saw it.