Scored 63 vs Utica High School when Mt. Vernon was D1 and Utica was D4'ish. My buddy scored seven and went home telling his parents we combined for 70. Got to play against Samaki Walker, Anthony Lavender and Shaun Stonerook that year - Lamont Barnes and Curtis Simmons the year prior. Lost to each and every one of them.
How adorable, Jim.
Didn't expect to wake up to a tweet of mine landing in a Skull Session, but alas. The list of folks feasting on crow last Tuesday is long, but it should definitely start with those who began the Meyer/OSU talk in 2011 especially as it relates to quitting.
I'll take that route for my next go around. Cheap is good. Unfortunately we don't have an Office Max in lil' old Mount Vernon, OH so my local Staples was the play this time. Thanks for the info.
If you have an alternate for framing it would help. Frames doubled the total cost, even from Wal-mart. It's thick poster paper they print them on and will do glossy for the same price so there are probably cheap (or free) mounting options. I thought $64 for the three prints alone was reasonable at 18" x 24".
Staples (and I'm sure many others) offer the service for a reasonable price. I saved the three pdf files I wanted and walked into the Staples print/copy area and got them for $64 including tax. They provide you an email address and you send the files to them and select your size. You can get them anywhere from 8.5x11 up to full size posters. I chose 18x24 because you can get relatively cheap, black frames for that size from Walmart for $22 each. Total cost for the little project: $130 and a lot of Walt Keys' sweat.
Thanks, Birm. Me writing is like you catching video of Bigfoot.
Thanks, Tx. Every once in a while even a blind squirrel finds a nut!
Was happy to see that when I logged back on. The Ramzy nod alone made the time invested worth it.
Thanks, all. I appreciate the kind words. Go Bucks.
"Great big globs of greasy, grimy, gopher guts."
- Urban Spackler
Did it. Was a quickie this morning.
Approval is when Urban gets dressed up for the unveiling.