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BuckeyeRick


Pataskala, OH

Member since 27 August 2012 | Blog

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Comment 25 Nov 2016

Our Dixon - Your Butt. 

We have a winner! Spit my coffee out  Not sure many people got it right away, which would make it a great sign!

Comment 29 Aug 2016

Prohibitive Conduct:

  • A. Academic misconduct
  • B. Endangering health or safety
  • C. Sexual misconduct
  • D. Destruction of property
  • E. Dangerous weapons or devices
  • F. Dishonest conduct
  • G. Theft or unauthorized use of property
  • H. Failure to comply with university or civil authority
  • I. Drugs Use, production, distribution, sale, or possession of drugs prohibited under law
  • J. Alcohol Use, production, distribution, sale, or possession of alcohol prohibited under law
  • K. Unauthorized presence
  • L. Disorderly or disruptive conduct
  • M. Hazing
  • N. Student conduct system abuse
  • O. Violation of university rules or federal, state, and local laws
  • P. Riotous behavior
  • Q. Recording of images without knowledge 
Comment 26 Nov 2015

Perhaps if he, not "it", was your friend, you might see it the exact same way as the OP, too. What kind of response is that? I hate it went people try to impose their beliefs on others using generic politically correct statements. 

Comment 20 Jun 2015

If you have the money, buy a good wood pellet grill. I bought one 3 years ago and never looked back. I don't own any propane or charcoal grills now. 

A pellet grill is a computer controlled wood fired grill, pure and simple. It'll maintain fire temperatures from 150-500 degrees. It will be at 300 degrees about 10 minutes after turning it on, and 500 degrees about 15-20 minutes after turning it on. Nothing tastes better than steaks and burgers cooked on a real fire...and the BBQ...out of this world.

Comment 17 Apr 2015

Spread a product called Ronstar on your lawn. It's a pre-emergent herbicide that lasts all season. Grass will flourish in your yard, but weeds will not germinate. You could take a handful of weed seeds a throw them in your yard and nothing will happen. One application after the snow is gone and you don't have to worry all spring or summer. Your neighbors could have all weeds for lawns and you'll have all grass. 

It won't kill already growing weeds - you'll have to kill them with a weed killer. It just stops the germination process, so no new ones will grow. 

You can find it at some landscape supply stores, you'll have to call around. John Deere Landscapes carry it. You can also buy it online. It usually runs about $125 for a 50 lb bag. Not cheap, but not bad either. The stuff works great.