The correct answer:
"Whoever beats _ichigan"
The correct answer:
"Whoever beats _ichigan"
Nice highlights - I'll add the Maurice strip of Sean Taylor. Unbelievable how much NFL talent played in that championship game.
Straight up allergic to wheat according to her allergist. She suspected a gluten intolerance for a few years. She followed a gfree diet, and her symptoms improved, but would occasionally reappear. She suffers from seasonal allergies, and decided to due immunotherapy shots. While she was being tested for her serum, they also discovered the wheat allergy.
She was having some beer - but Omission is probably the only decent tasting (to her) gluten friendly beer. Her sensitivity is only increasing, so she avoids beer altogether.
It is difficult, but our hats off to nearly every restaurant in Cbus for their flexibility in preparing food. It's amazing what contains wheat where you wouldn't think. By corollary, we're eating much healthier, which is good.
I found the taste of the pumpkin cider disgusting. I've only tried the Ace, but it was almost like sour pumpkin pie.
My wife is has developed an allergy to wheat, so we've become well versed in hard ciders - neither of us can watch OSU football without some help to take the edge off =)
The Anvil - Sonoma Bourbon Cider is quite good.
If you like Angry Orchard, try Original Sin. Apple, Pear, and Black cherry ciders are good. Whatever you do, don't, under any circumstance, try pumpkin cider.
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Route Runner: Boston
Great Seats, and a very good price. Lane Avenue has food, music, and crowdgating from the river to High Street. The skull session is wonderful, and starts 2 hours pre kick. You'll also want to witness the band making the entrance to the Skull session. Forecast for rain, I'd suggest buying a better quality poncho and bringing it with you vs buying one onsite.
1) Drive to Fishinger and Riverside
2) park, then walk into the Daily Growler
3) purchase (minimum 1) growler of Columbus Bodhi DIPA
4) christen away
It's an Australian thing.
If you're going to mention it, preface it with "There is no greater love than a man who'd put his wife before his Buckeyes..."
2 hours before kickoff, there is the skull session in St John's arena. The Little bar is great. Late night comfort food is always available down the street at the Blue Danube.
Are basic steps to reset a Dell to what it was when you bought it, if it gives you an idea of difficulty.
I doubt he's going to trust any food you've been associated with for a while. There are several around the office pranks:
Put a post-it over his mouse optical sensor\remove the track ball.
Firefox\Chrome extension to change all Webpages to "Bork Bork Bork" - speak of the Swedish chef
Alter the auto-correct library in MS Word to change a word such as "the" to an obscenity of your choice.
There are several others: jolly rancher in his shower head, hot sauce in a shoe or office chair, fill office\car with balloons\packing peanuts.
All in good fun, but are nothing compared to the greatest prank I've ever witnessed: someone spray-painted 10 of my friends' cows. To this day I can't think about the herd of technicolor cattle without laughing.
Plex has a CBS sports channel,
Spooky times. I was engaged to a girl. She had a very peculiar habit though. She liked to dress up in my fiance's clothes and act like a complete sociopath.
No win situation for the guy. He's and ESPN SEC lover if he's critical, and he's a OSU homer if he picks us for anything.
I've inquired several times...all stores say they aren't available to the public, and probably won't be as the profit margin is nothing compared the 'shirts' they are currently selling for $150. I'd question the ebay authenticity.
Common Sense is anything but common. It's so rare it should be declared a Super Power.
O Captain, may you be waking up to the good stuff, without a crik in the neck. -RIP Robin
Speaking of bad eggs...
In the late 90's our car (Dad's minivan) was egged, keyed, and tires deflated while attending the game up north. This wasn't fun to return to after having quarters and nachos tossed at the OSU section during the game. I refuse to set foot on that campus, or pay money to any company based there.
I hate to say it, but it's mainly an Ohio thing: Holding the left lane....grrr
Probably met at some point. I'm good friends with the Bonifas clan, and the Hawkers.
Jefferson Social - great place to wait for your Yard House table.
Bobby Mackey's - Old country bar...haunted...great place to watch someone get the s**t kicked out of them with Kenny Rogers playing in the background.
Molly Malones - Great Irish theme bar, great Irish Coffee, and great "talent" behind the bar.
If you're on the east side, 50 west brewery is a good stop along side of FlipDaddy's - good burgers and craft beer.
If you're starting on the North side, try Smoq, or Pappadeaux for a food base before you head downtown.