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ih8rolltyde


Member since 20 February 2011 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Every game I watch with my father.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Teddy "Faster than my car" Ginn, (Although I had a Kat named Moyer)
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: The Villian, for hanging it on *****gan
  • NFL TEAM: What's the spread?
  • NHL TEAM: HA!
  • NBA TEAM: LEEbron, since #23
  • MLB TEAM: Umm. Swisher?
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA in Brazil 2014

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Jun 2016
Full disclosure: Drunk, celebration-mode. The King did it. Damn if he didn't say he would, we all disbelieved, at least a little. I was born in Toledo. We moved to Mobile, Alabama when I was not quite 6. I have no pro sports teams, but I am as much a fan of the Buckeyes as anyone. The Sugar Bowl semi v Bama broke me forever on some level. Greatest Sport Shit Ever. Being a Buckeye, growing up in Alabama was... interesting. I'm a bartender, and every job I could, it's a Buckeye lid on top. Cannot fathom how much money it cost me living in Roll Tide territory. Now I live in Vegas, had the Cavs -3.5 (reverse teaser + ML) don't bet much at all, but cashing an OHIO ticket is awesome. Bron bringing to the Land, is now #2. 2014 can never be topped, but I've followed that kid since 15 years old. And he did it. Brought a pro sports trophy to Ohio. Thanks Pops, for all that you've done. So much. I'm a Buckeye because of you. It was still Pops Day when I started this, but I know you're on here from time to time and I hope you see this. I love you, buddy.
Comment 30 May 2016
http://www.fightmagazine.com/cody-garbrandt-kicking-ass-keeping-promises-10066 This article is a year old, but it's pretty awesome. Details the friendship between Garbrandt & a young cancer survivor. One year later, they are both still kicking ass.
Comment 30 May 2016
Kid is a beast. He is out in Cali with Alpha Male, which means his wrestling is class (that's Uriah Faber's team). Those hands tho, quick with pop. I wanna see him fight Bryan Carraway (who took a split off Aljamain Sterling last night), Michael McDonald, John Dodson (holy cow, there would be so much quickness you'd have to rewatch it in slow-mo), or John Lineker (sure KO one way or the other). That division is absolutely stacked, but Garbrandt has the tools to take that strap within the next two years.
Comment 30 May 2016
Cody Garbradt, Ohio native and kicker of asses, KO'd (vicious right hand) previously 21-0 Thomas Almeida tonight and began actively campaigning for a spot on that card. He is from a little over an hour away from Cleveland. At 24 yrs old, he is now 9-0 with 7 first round finishes. Go see him fight, kid may be champ one day soon.
Comment 28 May 2016
Actually... As the story goes, that show, Highly Questionable, was originally just leBatard & Bomani Jones. It rated extremely poorly and was set to be cancelled just a few weeks in. So, leBatard brought his dad on because it was his dad's dream to be on TV. He killed it, and the execs decided they could keep the show as long as Papi is a main feature.
Comment 26 May 2016
I've been to 3 fights now, 2 major MGM dual title fights and a UFC on FS1 card. I think the atmosphere is unbeatable. Sitting really close is awesome. If you are only going once, I'd sit as close as I could afford (or be willing to spend). I don't mind sitting pretty far back at the Grand Garden. You can see all the stand-up & I always watch the jumbo for grappling, they give you good angles. But, to attempt to answer the question prob ab 900-1k for extremely good seats, about 500 or 600 for good seats, and ab 200-300 to get in the door. Best guess only. Not sure if prices will be inflated because Cleveland doesn't get lots of em. One more thing, if you just wanna see UFC, you may wanna wait and see if someone gets hurt. Prices would drop like a rock if Stipe has to pull out. Happens all the time at HW
Comment 12 Apr 2016
Clutch, well thought comment. Ask Farve, among countless others, about opioids and opioid addiction. That is some bad shit there. Opioids literally change brain chemistry by affecting neurotrasmiter uptake sites. Not to get too far into it, but look into THC receptor sites in the brain. You have specific nuerotransmiter receptors that fire only in the presence of cannibinoids & associated flavenoids. Basically, your brain is wired to uptake cannabis generated compounds, whether you ever consume them or not.
Comment 12 Apr 2016
Best comment of the thread. Hope this doesn't come off political, but it will be a great day when we, as a society, stop vilifying a beneficial plant.