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Washington, D.C. (via Worthington, OH)

Member since 24 August 2013 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 4th and Goal: Cie Grant v. Ken Dorsey (*Ohio State); attending Jordan Zimmermann (and first Nationals) no-hitter with my son (*all-time)
  • MLB TEAM: Washington Nationals
  • SOCCER TEAM: USMNT (*by birth); KNVB (*by heritage)

Recent Activity

Comment 27 May 2015

Agree on short/ever-changing drills. If parents can help, divide and conquer so that even if you can't run stations, there will be two (or more) sets of the same drills/games going on at the same time instead of standing and watching. Have them learn a clap or chant so that when you (or a coach/parent) does it, it means: [everybody do this, gather up, and now listen]. Try to make the baseball/t-ball drills into something involving an animal (alligator for fielding ball with two hands), cartoons, whatever is popular with the age group - kids respond to vastly different things, but will join in and follow if it is fun/silly (for a few minutes, anyway).

Good luck!

Comment 26 May 2015

Fearless prediction: There will be scoring plays in the next two years that will take me 5+ years to fully understand.

Comment 26 May 2015

Not gonna lie: Love where you're going with this.

In the spirit of coincidence, fate, superstition, funny bounces, inches, and a lot of other whatnot - let's take it one game at a time? 

Comment 26 May 2015

Initial attempt defeated by YouTube user.

The first 10-20 seconds speak for themselves; the remaining 2+ minutes require serious fandom or really serious drugs...

Comment 26 May 2015

I'm not opposed to ambiguity over closure (see: Sopranos and Mad Men). However, the way Six Feet Under wrapped things up is tough to disagree with.

Comment 25 May 2015

Anyone watch the 30 for 30 series?

This game - even with clunkiness - showed stirrings of a new "winning time." And Reggie Miller (recently dethroned by Steph Curry for playoff 3PGs) is calling games for TNT.

Just sayin'...

Comment 22 May 2015

Bogarting QBs is Phase I.

Phase II: All your skill players are belong to us.

Comment 21 May 2015

Seconding the USS Arizona Memorial. I visited Hawaii as an idiot teenager and even I appreciated the profound reverence (and silence) that the memorial inspires.

As for the rest - it was hard to not feel completely relaxed at all turns. One day, we rented a car and drove around the island and just kept getting out and checking out the amazing sights, cafes, etc.

P.S. Congrats!