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Comment 16 Jun 2017

Your point is dead on LVB.  I've never lived in Vegas, but a good friend of mine and his wife lived there for years and I would visit and stay with them every year while attending an I.T. convention.

Once you leave the strip or downtown it's almost like the the gambling district doesn't hardly exist.  He was the floor manager of one of the casinos. But his wife, who was a teacher in the LV school district, hardly ever ventured to the strip or downtown and told me that she almost forgets it even exists.

Comment 18 Jun 2016

Actually I blame myself, because coincidentally it was just a week or so that a thought popped in to my head wondering "how long will it be before some big money site comes to snatch Birm up with a fist full of money?".  I don't know if that is the case or not, but if so, you deserve it. You're one the best.  Good luck to you and thanks for all that you have contributed to 11W.  

Comment 17 Jun 2016

The only downside from last nights classic win is that I've had to endure 15 hours of Warriors fans crying like whiney little bitches.

Let's go Cavs!!!!!!

Comment 04 Jun 2016

You mischaracterize Ali.  He was not a "draft dodger", he was a man who had the courage and fortitude to live his beliefs, regardless of the price.  You may or may not agree with those beliefs, which is your right, but to accuse him of being a "draft dodger" providers more insight into you than him.

As a young teenager and college student during that turbulent period, I am proud to say that Muhammad Ali was and is the first true hero of my life.  Most all of us could only wish to live our lives, in both thought and deed, in the manner that he did. He was truly "The Greatest" in my opinon.

Comment 23 Mar 2016

Job well done Mr. Smith.

Why crawl into that muck and slime that is the "Big Hole" in A2?

I find it amusing and telling that Harbaugh was childish enough to think it was bait and bite on it.

Comment 11 Feb 2016

One of my great memories from childhood is the time my Dad took my  brother, myself, and several neighborhood friends to Port Columbus to welcome the team home from the natty.  I can remember marvelling at how big those dudes were.  Mel Nowell was my hero.  I even had the barber cut my hair like his, and tried to imitate him whenever I brought the ball down court.  

Somewhere there is a score book that I used to keep score of every game that year.  Listening to Jimmy Crum call the games.  I still to this day often refer to fouls shots as "Annie Oakleys"

Big props to ET for shouting out the legends.  You give respect to get respect.  Much respect to you young man.