It's 2:30am and I'm just hearing about this? Now how am I supposed to get to sleep? Dammit Birm, this is more like a nightmare. Didn't we swear we'd be together forever? You may be named for a city in Alabama, but you're still the best, most consistent writer on Buckeye recruiting I've ever read. Ah, the great ones always leave us too soon...Happy Trails bro (pouring out my 40 in memorium). Go kick some ass in whatever you plan to do next!
It's too bad that Great-Grandpa Tony wasn't around to "negotiate" this contract.
Harbaugh brings all of the polarizing, highly volatile temperament of Bob Knight, without all of those pesky league titles. What's not to love? (Shout out to the two-time Pioneer League champ). At least The General had the decency to keep his shirt on.
Yeah, saw that too. By lifting that plant foot and not fully transferring his weight to his front foot, he's missing that leg drive to really power the ball downfield. Basically it's just arm strength, which looks just average with his technique. Totally fixable though.
Even more great information! Thanks for taking the time to pass along all the details, I've made note of all of them. Handling the traffic is especially big, so 275 to Reed Hartman would work perfectly during rush hour. Appreciate your taking the time to suggest apartments as well.
Thanks for the tips! I've been furiously copying all the names and locations and have found myself seriously hungry in the process. I can get along well in any new place as long as the food is good.
Well Cincinnati will for sure not seem crowded to you! Traffic, what traffic? You call this traffic?
Checking Springboro out now. Thanks!
Thanks Blazer, appreciate the assist!
Now that's the kind of info that makes choosing where to live a whole lot easier. Thanks for taking the time to fill me in on all the details! Any kind of traffic blows, so I'll avoid 275 if I can help it. I'll get back to you if I think of anything else!
Thanks for all that great info CB! You gave me some really good ideas I'm looking into now. Thanks for the welcome, I'm looking forward to the experience.
Thanks Doc! Really glad to have the advice.
I've driven through it and agree, it's unique and beautiful there. I think I saw the house that looks like it was built by a Hobbit there too. Really cool.
Thanks Toad, appreciate the helpful info and good wishes.
Yeah, just hanging out there for a day, it did feel a lot like UA to me as well. Thanks for the info STX, all good stuff!
Cool GB10, I appreciate the help. Yeah, lots of people recommending Mason which seems to have kind of a Dublin vibe. Is that accurate? Well if Dublin put all it's High School kids under one roof, which looks like what Mason does. 3300 kids seems massive! Anyway, it seems to have the new development, shopping, good schools and like Dublin the only negative comments I read is "rich, spoiled white kids". Maybe just haters, but does Mason have that stigma in Cincinnati?
Thanks AZN! I'm wondering of Mason may need a new High School if they keep growing. I've never seen a High School with 3350 kids! Still I guess it's pretty impressive to have such high ratings with such a massive enrollment.
Hey, thanks - you too!
Taxes are too high and now with a 4th High School to support? Too much. We lived there in the 80's when it was still "country" with one High School. How long have you been there?
Wow, that is weird! So you can relate with the stress of such a move. I guess fate has decided that Cincy needs more Buckeye fans! Seems like there are some good school down in that part of town as well. We're gonna fill a dumpster or two with all the crap I've collected over the years.
Thanks 07/10 - I appreciate it. I'll take all the luck I can get!
Yeah, my Communications degree is serving me SO well these days. Hindsight, right?
We're fine with 2 BR, have one child and a dog. Rent, around $1,000. Max commute...maybe 20 min?