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Surf City, NC (via Chillicothe, OH)

Member since 15 August 2014 | Blog

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Born and raised a Buckeye fan.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching the Buckeyes win the title in 2002 and 2014 CFB Championship
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current - The King; All Time - Troy Smith
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Current -DeAngelo Russell; All Time - Dennis Hopson
  • NFL TEAM: Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 26 Jul 2015

Check out Ford Fusion or Taurus. Picked up a used 14 Taurus Limited V6 with EVERYTHING on it including AWD for just under $25k. The heated/cooled/massaging seats are WONDERFUL on road trips. Fusions are really nice as well. And with the hybrid model, looking at 44 city/41 highway MPG. We ended up with the Taurus for it's bigger size.(I'm 6'1, wife is 6', 17yo daughter is 6' and my 8yo son is pushing 5' already) Either car has plenty of trunk space for packing the family up for road trips.

Comment 09 Jul 2015

I think Birm said last night that they would take him if he wants in. They aren't actively looking for anymore LB's though.

Comment 08 Jul 2015

I'm lucky in that my wife HATES minivans more than I do. We have always gone with SUV's. We've had 2 Expeditions and loved them. We have two kids (17yr old daughter that is just under 6' tall and an 8yr old that is about to my shoulder and I'm 6'1") and dogs (2 Dobermans at one point)   You can get the Expedition in the EL version that even with the third row you have storage space.  And they come with all the creature comforts she wants.

Comment 01 Jul 2015

I was just thinking Texas and ND to the B1G West, along with Wisky and the up and coming Gophers would make it a good compliment to the B1G East. Make Wisky's schedule  little more taxing.

Comment 28 Jun 2015
Yeah. Posted before I scrolled. Had to type it before I forgot. A mind is....forgot the rest.
Comment 21 Jun 2015

Seabass, looks like 18 is earliest age.  Only exception would probably be for family situations.

How old do you have to be to donate bone marrow?

A person must be at least 18 to donate because donation is a medical procedure and the person must be able to give legal informed consent. Also, because it’s a voluntary procedure a guardian or parent can’t sign a release or give consent for someone under age 18.

Comment 20 Jun 2015

Here is information on bone marrow donation Glue. If they might be interested they can get more info from this site as well. Thank them for considering it.

Comment 20 Jun 2015

Buddy got stuck getting married on the day Eddie ran wild against Illinois. Made SEVERAL trips to the car to listen to the game.

Comment 17 Jun 2015

Well done sir. When I was a police officer I would be assigned to the shopping areas in Chillicothe and would write several handicap violations a shift. I would even give the people the benefit of the doubt if they left the placard on their seat or console. But no placard visible, ticket. Of course they would come to the station trying to explain they had the placard but forgot to put it out but I wouldn't cancel the ticket. I have no idea if they were driving the car or their kid/grandkid was. I always tell them they can get around this problem if they just got handicap plates for their vehicle. Most never do.

Comment 12 Jun 2015
I'll have to check with my friend who is stationed at Cherry Point about those. At (commissary) the other day had a guy come through in a different looking flight suit from the normal Marine aviators we see. Asked him what he flew and he said a B1 and was on base for some training. First bomber pilot I met. Cool guy.
Comment 12 Jun 2015

Two easiest marketing decisions ever are King Cardale for Chipotle and Coach Coombs for Red Bull.

Comment 12 Jun 2015

If it was after 1997 then it would have been an A-10. The Intruders were retired around 1997 I believe.  Here in Surf City we have MCAS New River (Super Stallions and Cobra helicopters as well as Ospreys), MCAS Cherry Point (FA-18 and Harriers) and Seymour Johnson AFB (F-16) all flying around. The copters/Ospreys are most prevalent and low. Took some time to get use to them flying at night over the house but now it's like living next to RR tracks, don't even notice them.

Comment 12 Jun 2015

Warthogs and Tomcats (R.I.P.) are my two favorites.  Looking at the damage the Warthog inflicts on a tank, imagine what it would do on an urban assault. Being from Chillicothe, I would see jets from Wright Pat flying over town and the countryside quite often. And a few times in the country they would be low enough to see the pilot in the cockpit. And the sonic booms were always a nice surprise.

Comment 08 Jun 2015
Yes, the Neurology Dept has some catching up to do with the James and Ross. Given your head football coach was a patient should help get things rolling along.
Comment 19 May 2015
Whenever we were anywhere near there we stopped. Then one trip, not long after the last, it was gone. Never heard why.
Comment 02 May 2015

I think he is going to be a heck of a player. With AJ and the receivers drawing the CB's attention, that leaves the S and LB's on Eiffert. I'll take those match ups. He has to stay healthy.