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Centerville, Ohio. (via Columbus)

Member since 27 December 2011 | Blog

Being born and raised in Columbus I was brought to love and adore the Buckeyes. In 1975 I asked my mother if I could have an afro just like Archie Griffin. She looked at my bright copper colored straight hair and said..."Yes, yes you can". No matter how hard I tried to grow that afro, I still looked like Opie. Now that I am older, my hair may be brown, but my love for scarlet still remains. GO BUCKS!


  • SPORTS MOMENT: I saw Keith Byers rumble without a shoe.
    Witnessed Joe Germaine outclass Jake the Fake Plummer.
    2002 defense.
    2014 offense.
    All my buckeye moments are the best except for the 90's.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Granville Waiters (I met him while working at a pizza place in high school)
  • NFL TEAM: Browns (God help me)
  • NHL TEAM: I miss Blue Jackets games
  • NBA TEAM: Not an NBA fan
  • MLB TEAM: Not a baseball fan
  • SOCCER TEAM: Not a soccer fan

Recent Activity

Comment 14 Jul 2016

I don't really think Baylor is the job, Texas is the job.

Comment 08 Jul 2016

Having been in Salt Lake City I think I can answer that.    Everyone is nice there...a children of the corn type of nice, but nice.   Then they find out you are not a Mormon, then you are something to convert.  When you are not convertable, they can be dickish at times.   It is not an absolute, there are nice people and shitty people everywhere.   But in general that was the vibe I got from Salt Lake City.    A good rule of thumb when talking to ladies, when the drugs come out, the clothes go on.    :)

Comment 28 Jun 2016

I have a wonderful idea, simply swap out the NBA referees with high school referees.    Just think of all the traveling, carrying, and fouls that calls that will be made in the first fifteen minutes., it may make the NBA worth watching during the regular season.   

Comment 18 Apr 2016

I did eat some beans before entering into TSUN to perpetuate flatulence unknown to mankind, unfortunately it only improved the smell of Detroit.

Comment 15 Apr 2016

I was enjoying the different Canadian beers that we don't get in the states all week.  Saw the Blue Jays whip the Yankees,  stood underneath the CN tower,  marveled at all the glass buildings,  bitched about the traffic,  counted the endless rub n tugs in Richmond hill, ate the best Indian fod I have ever had...I had a great time in Canada.

Screw Michigan