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Hovenaut 12th Warrior


Greater Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area (via Defiance, Ohio)

Member since 03 November 2012 | Blog

If the mountains fell in the sea
Let it be, it ain't me
Got my own world to live through
And I ain't gonna to copy you


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1/3/2003, 1/12/2015
  • NFL TEAM: Washington Redskins
  • NHL TEAM: Washington Capitals
  • NBA TEAM: Washington Wizards
  • MLB TEAM: Washington Nationals/Baltimore Orioles
  • SOCCER TEAM: Absolutely not

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Apr 2017

The return of the TIMH...and the off-season sounds a little better today. 

Needed it this morning, good to have a familiar place - going to be off-grid this morning to have an outpatient procedure (one of those regularly scheduled man maintenance things, but still a bit scared nonetheless). 

To the music, and today's subject, I'm familiar with the name, but didn't realize the depth of Chuck Leavell's contribution's to rock and roll history. He's kept great company - eager to hear him with David Gilmour at those two shows in Pompeii last summer. 

Much gratitude, WN. 

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Washington has to consistently press and try to wear the Pens down and expose defensive deficiencies. Toronto gave the Caps a pretty good primer the first round. 

I think Holtbeast is due, especially against Fleury. 

Expecting a classic, Caps in 7.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Congrats on passing the test, B17.

Not sure if HBP is a disqualifier here, but you may want to check back with your doctors to see about remedying ahead of the physical if you can.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

I like where you're heads at, BK...I think Barf could, uh, whip up some magic here.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Maybe he can rope in Harbaugh to take up the Mr. Whipple role:

(EDIT - Barf to the rescue, below)

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Great point Meek.

As frustrating as it was to watch Clarett leave OSU and stumble his way towards an early NFL ticket, I understood why he that desire.

Comment 27 Apr 2017

First - "What it Means To Be a Buckeye" is a must-read. Very moving, and the excerpt from Rex Kern included here provides an excellent example.

Seems like anyone who isn't a fan of Ohio State (and with any knowledge of Woody) can be quick to point out the low points/end of his coaching career.

But every bad moment there seems to easily be two (or more) positive ones.

I look to the day where I visit Newcomerstown and remember a pretty good football coach, and better human being.