Lol at the "nothing else to do in that state" comment. How are the NHL playoffs treating you this year, Wings fans? Go Jackets!!!
Kentucky Christian University in Grayson. About 20 miles west of the WV boarder on 64.
It's not even fair. Kyle is just too good. Can you imagine having to wrestle him knowing that he has beaten the best of the best in the world? Not just the NCAA, but the world. I would just lie down and accept my pin.
On the contrary, there have been a few mornings the past couple of weeks where your banter has been even more entertaining than the Skully, which is saying something. No apologies needed.
I love a good old fashioned Hawaiian pizza. Most places miss the key ingredient, though, which is cinnamon. We used cinnamon on our pizzas in the pizza shop that I worked at in college, and it was the real deal!
Always love it when the boys beat Pittsburgh. Will be fun to have another shot at these guys in the playoffs.
Zeke's rushing total was a victim of the Cowboy's great season. Had they needed him to go for the end of the season, we would probably be talking about the new rookie rushing record.
That was the last time my mom ever watched that show. Still goes off about it if you mention her name today.
I love going to see a show on Broadway. I've seen both Phantom and Lion King, and they were both awesome! I really enjoyed going to Strawberry Fields in Central Park. I would recommend going over to Brooklyn to see Coney Island (home of the world-famous "Cyclone" roller coaster) and the original Nathan's. Also, my parents went to the Brooklyn Tabernacle one Sunday to listen to the choir and loved it, if you're into that. As far as food, I've heard great things about Scott's Pizza Tours. Street vendors are fun to try. Outside of that, look for a hole in the wall and try it out. Those are usually some of the best.
Being an Ohio guy, what's your earliest memory of the Buckeyes, and was there a specific moment growing up that made you decide you wanted to play for them?