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huber57

Columbus, Ohio (via Tunkhannock, PA)

Member since 23 November 2011 | Blog

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Recent Activity

Comment 20 Apr 2015

The whole event was poorly planned. Kids waited in line for over an hour for a few pieces of candy once they picked up 5 eggs off the practice field. Kids and parents grew impatient and let their feelings known on social media afterwards. It was just a poor plan that wasn't executed well.

Comment 20 Apr 2015

It sounds like the same folks that planned the Easter egg hunt planned the equipment sale. If you missed the torrent of negativity on Facebook after the Easter Egg hunt, you missed some of the best (and worst) of humanity.

Comment 18 Apr 2015

I thought it was Dontre Wilson(?) and some student giving him a run for his money.

Comment 14 Apr 2015

In the championship game, Herbstreit referred to the kick coverage team as 'the piranhas". I like it. Its just the first, and only, time I have heard it.

Comment 13 Apr 2015

From the SB Nation article:

Deitsch reported Holtz leaving ESPN "was closer to a mutual agreement between the parties than Holtz getting forced out."

Which means he was forced out. Clowns.

Comment 11 Apr 2015

My grandfather told me this piece of advice when welcoming a baby girl.

He said, "That may look like a baby girl, but you have to know that there is a full grown woman inside there. Proceed with caution."

Comment 10 Apr 2015

Of Monsters and Men are great. Older Barenaked Ladies stuff is some of my favorite. I think they lost a bit of their mojo when Steven Page left.

Comment 09 Apr 2015

What a great tribute. I am sure she was, and still is, very proud of you.

Comment 08 Apr 2015

The irony of all of this is that universities are supposed to be about diversity in speech and thought. Shutting down any kind of expression just seems so counter to what higher education is all about. Coddling young adults does not prepare them for the real world. Of course, if you are at UofM, I figure you are in an alternate universe already ...