Probably my favorite one of these I've seen this year! Well done!
32-4 as the starter and a Big Ten Championship isn't anything to sneeze at. I wouldn't say he's one of the best in history either but it's not completely off base.
I got to meet Dave Revsine at the BIG 10 experience at the Indy convention center two years ago for the BIG Championship game and he was the most genuine and down to earth on air personality I've ever met. Such a nice guy. I love that he is representing the BIG in this even if it does sound kind of stupid.
My nephew loved Thomas the Train when he was a little guy. He especially had a love for Thomas' friend Percy. Only problem was that he couldn't pronounce Percy's name correct. He said Pussy. So he always would say how much he loved pussy as a 3 year old. Freaking hilarious. He also called balloons "bagoons".
Surprised I haven't seen many South Park nominations. Probably one of my favorite shows of all time. No show makes me laugh out loud more.
Also loved 24, GoT, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Always Sunny, The Wire, Arrow, Orphan Black, The Blacklist, Shark Tank, and The Killing. More than that but those jump out to me.
My brother in law puts a little crushed red pepper in his to kick them up a notch. They are damn good. I've seen a few bars in Cincy have these on the menu. I was always used to my Mom making them growing up.
Well said and couldn't agree more.
Only time I've been to New Jersey was on my way to NYC for New Years my freshman year at OSU (2000-2001). We stopped at a Pizza Hut and they were out of pizza. Can't make that up. Haven't been back since! And spare me the Pizza Hut jokes. I was a broke college kid :)
Great read Jonathan! Thanks for the insight! Learned something new today. I never even thought about the keys like that, so it was cool reading that along with your other analysis. Welcome aboard!
Totally agree. It's comments like these that are baiting people into more arguments and trying to be divisive. I'm tired of it. Saturday can't get here fast enough.
Thanks for this comment NorCal. Well said. I actually know a couple people that work at Pizza Hut and they are some of the nicest people I know and are at least high school educated, not that that even matters. Just need to be cognizant of how we present ourselves and don't stoop to the level of the sign maker.
Glad someone mentioned this. This is the fan I deal with daily. OSU is "scared" to play UC. Hilarious.
My nephew plays for Moeller's JV team and my brother goes to his practices all the time and is around the school alot. He told me that Jake looks like a grown ass man already. He said he couldn't believe how big he was and looked like he could start now for any college team in the country. On top of that, he apparently is a great kid. Love the talent that Urban is getting out of my hometown!
Consider me a Grey Shirt as well. I'll be joining around bonus time. This is my favorite site on the internet, so it's only natural I pay it forward. Thanks for all the amazing content you put out. It literally is an embarrassment of riches just like our beloved Buckeyes this year!
I always think it's funny when someone gets questions on how confident they are. It literally means nothing. Of course they are going to say they are confident in themselves. They can say they are confident all they want, but what really matters is how confident they ACTUALLY are when the situation dictates it.
Not breaking any new ground with this comment as plenty of people have said it already, but MAN Joshua Perry is so impressive. I can't believe how incredibly poised and well spoken he is for a guy his age. So proud of him and what he represents. Here's to a long successful career for that guy!
I'd venture a guess and say it is along the same line as what Darron Lee was saying in that we don't talk about last year anymore. It's all about this year . Could obviously be totally wrong, but that would make sense to me at least.
Cool idea! Done.
I'll probably get crushed for this but oh well. My oldest brother went to Penn State and I used to root for them when I was a little guy, especially their team that should have won the title with Kerry Collins an Ki-Jana Carter. I was just starting to become a Buckeye fan around that time. My family is really close so we all pull for each other's teams, even though it's admittedly very tough to do so for PSU these last couple of years! I also root for Sparty except for when we play obviously. Had a couple cousins go there and an ex-gf who was awesome. Every time I visited her while in school, everyone was so cool to me. I can't hate on them.
Love that place too. There's one in Milford off of 275, one in Colerain off of 275, and the one you mention is down in Florence. I've been to all three of them and they are all equally as good (which is kind of obvious I guess with them being a chain! haha). Wild Mikes on the west side is also really good for Wings.
Forgot to mention this one too! They have about 10 different beers they brew themselves on tap at any given time. Their food is mainly centered around tri tip steak and some of their sandwiches are really good. Pro tip: use the No Wait app in order to put yourself in line without having to check in down there. Saves yourself the wait and they reserve you a table whenever your spot comes up. You get a text when your table is ready and they walk you right up to it. Super easy and convenient.
Your Cloud 9 comment cracked me up. I have always wondered this as well. What does half price all the time even mean? Their C9 Supreme roll though is my favorite. Wish it was a little bigger inside there though. Good call on Zips too. Damn good burger.
Fish and Chips at Moerlein Lager House is amazing. Fried Chicken at the Eagle as mentioned above is great. They serve it with some honey mixed with hot sauce in like a syrup pourer. All of their sides are great including the candied bacon. A Tavola for pizza down in OTR or Madeira is pretty solid. Kruegers for the burger like people have mentioned. Very very good. Eli's as mentioned is a must for their BBQ. If you can't get down to it's original location on Riverside, they have one in Findlay Market now. I guess it all depends on what part of Cincy you will be in because there are plenty of different places all over the city/suburbs. I'm also a fan of the Incline Public House as I am a westsider and live like 10 minutes away from it.
The one about shopping around and saving 100k killed me.
I have an 07 4dr Wrangler with a soft top. Also have an automatic but mainly because I live in Cincy and it's insanely hilly and I had driven a manual my whole life until that point. I needed a break. Ever since I've had it tho, I've had the "death wobble" issue. Alot of Jeep owners I have spoken to know what I'm referring to. If you hit a pothole or uneven patch of pavement going over ~50 mph, the Jeep kind of gets shocked and then starts shaking violently and the only way to stop it is brake hard right as you feel it coming on or come to a complete stop if you miss that chance initially. It's a pain in the ass and I have gone to so many places and talked to so many people and there is no one way to fix it. I had a heavy duty after market steering damper installed and it helped for a little bit but went on back to doing it again. Fun time. Anyone else have this before? I still love my Jeep, but man I'd love it a shit ton more if this didn't happen.