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Montgomery, AL (via Whitehall, Ohio)

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Long time resident of Columbus (born) and raised in Whitehall, Dad was a Columbus cop who worked the games every year. Attended tOSU 1969 - graduation in 1974, BS in Aero Studies. Joined the USAF, got an MA from Ball State in 1986, retired Lt Col, pilot. Now in Montgomery, AL, bankruptcy attorney at Memory & Day. Lifetime member of tOSU Alumni Association. Get back about 4 times a year. Married HS sweetheart, prior RN at tOSU Medical Center (she helped deliver many Buckeye babies).


  • SPORTS MOMENT: OSU v. Miami, 2003, OSU v. Arizona State - Rose Bowl 1997
  • NFL TEAM: Cincy
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • MLB TEAM: Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Oct 2014

...and that speed came from? Wait for it....Mickey Marotti...BOOM

Comment 01 Oct 2014

I loved the commercial. Also, I am not a big fan of the Buckeye Guy (although in person, he was pretty nice to me), but he was the perfect punctuation on this vid with his laugh.

Comment 24 Sep 2014

Jesus Squirrel, take a pill or something. I was saying that in support of his ability to play a dramatic role.

Comment 23 Sep 2014

Vince was great in Clay Pigeons, then he went astray... Colin will be fantastic....

Comment 17 Sep 2014

Ramzy, thanks for pointing out this:

Each time receivers jogged back to the line after failing to secure a catchable ball, Barrett would single them out, put his hands on their shoulder pads and visibly give them encouragement. He never sulked, got up slowly from being tackled or dared to exhibit any visible frustration - all of which can be contagious. Instead he stayed even and never let his confidence down. I'll do what quarterbacks are supposed to do. You go be great.

This is how you respond properly. I'm glad that some one recognized it.

Comment 15 Sep 2014

Don’t forget the one factor that we may not be able to do anything about. Whoever controls the narrative controls the perception. Whoever controls the perception controls gate and polls. Whoever controls the gate and polls, controls recruiting. Rinse and repeat. When ESPN was discarded by the B1G for the BTN, ESPN positioned themselves to control SEC and college football narrative. It is a self-realizing philosophy. The SEC goes from just a less important conference to being the best conference in college football. That perception is now controlling gate, polls and recruiting. Actually, it is quite the strategy.

Comment 08 Sep 2014

I can honestly say, every aspect of our team was sub par. The defense was a little less sucky than the other units but, this was a loss that can be shared equally by the offense, defense, special teams, and coaches. We can thank our lucky stars that we have Kent State next and then a bye. With all respect for Kent State, use that as a contact practice and spend the rest of your time working out the bugs.

And to blow some sunshine up yer butts, at least we didn't have any serious injuries....

Comment 03 Sep 2014

Shelly Meyer - I know you are watching. I can't stand up multiple times, I can stand a limited amount of times and I have difficulty climbing. I don't use a wheelchair but I have taken advantage of the special seating (really nice seats in 1A, 3A, 3AA, 5A, or 5AA, no...not really). So here is my solution. You encourage all the folks you want to stand, maybe the entire game. Rather than me sitting there looking at people's butts for the entire game, let me use your VIP suite. Seems fair to me.

Comment 03 Sep 2014

Chicagobuckeye, you tried but it is hard to argue with stupid. As you suggested, I am the veteran, who is also disabled who goes to games. To the caring individual who suggested that disabled people need to sit in the "disabled section", a little hint. It is right behind the band and it is made for wheelchairs. During my recover and therapy, I did the wheelchair thing. However, if you are ambulatory, but disabled, there isn't a place there for you. My own particular disability (destruction and reconstruction of both patellar tendons) prevents me from climbing stairs, getting up, and seriously limits my ability to stand for prolonged periods. The stadium offers seats for "my kind" on the closed end of the stadium; seats that allow a minimum of climbing. Fortunately, since I am an alumni, I only get tickets to one game per year, so I don't have to contend with the oafs who stand during most or the entire game. I am glad  that they give me the privilege of sitting for three hours and staring at their behinds. I usually don't bother asking them to sit down because I feel that I am in some way diluting the spirit of the game. I guess I am asking you to quit trying to wrap a general lack of courtesy and empathy in team spirit. Stand up, raise hell, and then sit down. You can scream sitting down as well as standing. I know, I do.

Comment 27 Aug 2014

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a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance, as in “A mighty fortress is our God.”.

something used, or regarded as being used, to represent something else; emblem; symbol.