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Liberty Township, Ohio (via Cincinnati, Ohio)

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Grew up a University of Cincinnati fan (still root for their basketball team when not playing OSU). Attended The Ohio State University from 2006 to 2010 for a BSME. Rooting for Buckeye Football ever since.



  • SPORTS MOMENT: #1 tOSU v. #2 TTUN: THE GAME in 2006 as a freshman at tOSU, watching the field swarm with a sea of Ohio State rejoicing
    7 December 2014 when our Buckeyes DISMANTLED Wisconsin in the B1GCG
    1 January 2015 when our mighty Buckeyes took down the scourge of Alabama
    12 January 2015 when the Buckeyes completed the mission from God and won the first CFPNC
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Current: JT Barrett, Joey Bosa, Michael Thomas Past: Troy Smith, Carlos Hyde, Ryan Shazier
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Cincinnati Cyclones (not NHL, but hometown team)
  • NBA TEAM: Just say no...
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 10 hours ago

Let me know how it turns out for you.  I recommend making the marinade well in advance and then marinading overnight.  On the toppings (corn salsa, rice, pico de gallo, etc.), I cut the recipes in half otherwise it makes a TON.  Of all the recipes, I think the salad dressing is the most accurate and honestly I use it for regularly now.

Comment 14 hours ago

We do the same.  Everybody makes fun of my repetitive lunches at work but at least it's all pre-packed!

Comment 15 hours ago

With the chicken marinade, it makes enough for 10 pounds of chicken.  My go-to plan is make the marinade and then freeze individual bags to make 1 or 2 pounds at a time.  Then whenever I decide to make some, I defrost the chicken and marinade and they are ready to go when needed.

Comment 17 hours ago
Unfortunately on mobile right now but here you go. First one is for chicken and has links to the rice and a few others. http://www.culinaryhill.com/chipotle-chicken/ http://www.onceuponachef.com/2014/03/copycat-recipe-chipotle-mexican-grills-chipotle-honey-vinaigrette.html http://www.howsweeteats.com/2012/04/just-like-chipotles-corn-salsa/?m http://m.recipe4living.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.recipe4living.com%2Frecipes%2Fcopycat_chipotle_mild_salsa_pico_de_gallo.htm&width=360
Comment 17 hours ago
After finding some good recipes online, I've started making chipotle at home. Works really well for lunches through the week.
Comment 25 Apr 2015

Probably for the best.  FB becomes a time suck.

On the youtube channel side, i subscribe to a few channels via my gmail account just to see when new things are posted.  Specifically 11W.

Comment 25 Apr 2015

I completely agree.  I depended on his site for those replays.  His FB page has been serving great in the meantime.  Plus he also posted all the post-championship newspaper article headlines which I've turned into a nice collage back at the fortress.

Comment 25 Apr 2015

Lane, thanks for being an over confident conceited prick. Cheers.

Cheers, indeed Remy.  I'm going to keep enjoying this National Championship with a side of shadenfreude.

Comment 23 Apr 2015
Good work Remy. Having rewatched a lot of our games, I kind of noticed when we were inside the 5, we went to the short TE pass for the TD pretty often. Hopefully we mix it up next year because that can be easy to spy on.
Comment 20 Apr 2015

Good work, Remy.  I too hope another Bosa is in the Buckeyes' future.  Surprised to see Saban doesn't focus on this position, but to be fair, the two he picked up have some pretty stellar qualities, at least from what you listed.  I will however, take Bosa over anybody else.

Here's to hoping the lake situation improves.

Comment 19 Apr 2015

I'm glad to hear that, although it seems things might move quickly.  Six engineering firms are interested in the project and it looks like they are expecting to make a choice by the end of the summer.  Here's to a quick return to normal lake levels for those seeking enjoyment, relaxation, and for businesses to stay on-track.  Cheers.