I love this city. If people come tell me that "they've been to Columbus and it sucks" it basically tells me that they suck as people. I'm sorry that in one of the 15 largest MSAs in America you can't find anything fun to do . . .
As far as the tombstone goes . . . to paraphrase Mark Twain:
"The reports of our death have been greatly exaggerated."
I just remember that for the 5 or 6 years I was really into baseball cards it was never cheaper than $50. In 90s dollars and considering my paper route probably only generated $1,000 to $1,200/year (I can't remember) that was pretty steep.
His Upper Deck rookie card was my holy grail as a kid. Part of me thinks about buying it just to check that off my childhood "bucket list".
I mean, I had Riddlebox just like everyone else my age, but kind of surprising that "Juggalos" is still a thing.
Does working with Michael Bay make actors go nuts? First Megan Fox, now Shia La-however you spell it. Glad that changed the human lead.
Isn't funny how "we suck because we don't play anybody" but yet the fact that MSU beat us, legitimized them as a really good team (and then they had the opportunity to beat Stanford, which they wouldn't of had if they lost to us). If we had beat them last year they would be considered to be only average in a down B1G. Kind of ironic that only by losing to them last year, they gained legitimacy in the eyes of the nation, which we can use to legitimize ourselves in 2014.
That Navy game in 2009 cost me a bunch of money. I had USC alumni tickets which I was going to sell online (2009 was a tough year, financially). My auction was to end a day or two after the Navy game, because the prices tend to go up when both teams are undefeated going into the game. Well, the Buck's poor showing against Navy caused the average sale price to go down like $100 to $150 per ticket on average for all the sales that week compared to the previous week because OSU looked so beatable.
Is it because we run a spread that Hyde didn't have enough data for +1 blockers?
What Doc said. I finally took the plunge and have joined and purchased mine this year. Perhaps as a fellow season ticket newb we'll be sitting next to each other. The password is "Basement". If the guy next to you says it, it's me.
RIP SEC Speed 2006-2014
I found this a year ago but it is very appropriate for the topic. It is a game that is a parody of many classic NES games. The hero is Abobo, a villain from Double Dragon.
I don't know why I am laughing at this, but I am.
I'll just leave this here.
Scale down his jokes? Not at all. But now that he is not at OSU, nobody will care.
Hey, BABUCKEYE, its not like they have millions riding on it . . . oh, wait. . .
Wasn't that one of the knockoff games without the "official Nintendo seal"? I think the cartridge was light blue.
Yikes. He's crazy big.
Xenophobe was one of the hardest games I can remember playing in the arcade. I hated games where you lost health even when you weren't getting hit. It had good graphics for the time and was innovative.
Cut it out . . .
Super Dodgeball, Ice Hockey, River City Ransom and many others people mentioned above.