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Il_Padrino


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28 years military, still active, live in Sicily.

Grew up in Ohio and have been a lifelong fan of The OSU.

Drop me an email if you have any unique, rare, etc. Ohio State football items. [email protected]

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Recent Activity

Comment 11 hours ago
Someone needs to go on a diet (from his photobucket page).
Correct me if I'm wrong but it sure appears that our resident moron down south IS posting from within a mobile home... not that there is anything wrong with that.  ;-)
Fat Ass

Appears to be a member of what is called MENSA, no wait, sorry that was a mistake: BDU (Beer Drinkers United). 

"A big shout out to my buddies in the BDU! If ya dont know about us look up "Beer Drinkers United" on youtube BDU - bringing community back to Youtube" Lawtide423 says: "awesome vid. drumr. that shit was crazy. fuck the popo. yes i agree we all need to get together next year. i look forward to it. peace !!! bro. BDU!!!"

So basically, all of us our wasting a bunch of time and energy on some idiot who:

1. Lives in a trailer.

2. Is a distinct member of beer drinkers united.

3. Is a Blama and Cowboys fan - can't be more confused than that.

4. Could use to spend a little less time on camera and a few more minutes in a gym and on a diet.

5. Uses the name "Lawtide" which would imply that he is a lawyer and went to Bama: however, proof shows that he simply meant to disguise his real life behind the monicker and leaves it up to everyone's imagination as to what the truth may be.

= Loser.

Comment 14 hours ago

Thank you for fighting the fight down south. 

I was unfortunate enough to live in Florida and Georgia for years and came to the same conclusions you wrote of above. 

GO BUCKEYES!

Comment 17 hours ago

Yet another informed response from you SB-10.  You and I are trying to reason with the typical fans that want to throw the baby out with the bath water each and every week; we need to stick with a plan, keep a coach around long enough to implement change, build our front lines (O & D), and trust that we drafted these kids (e.g. Maziel, etc.) for a good reason.  I posted above that nearly all our QB's have had no line support and were getting killed because of it and it is not their fault; the line would collapse upon the snap of the ball. 

This year we have a perceived issue at QB because the O-line has been gutted by injuries.  We have the talent up front and it showed the first part of the season, Hoyer had time to scan the field, and our receivers were getting open... once the injuries started the time allowed to the QB's was reduced and they began running for their lives (like all our other QB's the last 10+ years).

Let's not forget LeBron's debut and rerun debut season (this year)... he's not looking all that wonderful. 

Comment 17 hours ago

I am so sick of this type of logic and we go over and over it every year. 

When your QB (insert name of any QB the last 10 years) is running for his life; he stands no chance.  The only reason we've had perceived issues at QB this year is because our O-line has been gutted by injuries.  Hoyer & Manziel are running for their fricking lives and is EXACTLY like all of our other QB's in the past? 

How many years are we, as fans, going to blame all the Browns issues on the QB?  We fail routinely because we can't see past our dicks to see the real problem is exactly what Kosar hit on recently; organizational culture to be winners! 

OFFENSE: An organizational culture to be winners understands that you build a solid wall of lineman to protect your QB, RB's, and the offense in general.

DEFENSE: The D got lit up by an average RB this past Sunday?  200+ yards rushing.  An organizational culture to be winners understands that you build a solid wall of lineman to protect kill the opposing QB, RB's, and shutdown their offense.

Please stop calling for the QB's and Head Coaches head every time the team falters.  If the organization does not bring in a phylosophy of winning the team cannot thrive and we will have issues like we've had since the 80's when we won a lot.   

In case anyone needs reminded, here is an old list of some of the QB's that never had a chance because the O line was like an open flood gate.  This year we had a hell of a good O line but injuries have crippled our team; so please be patient as we get healthy again and sadly that may be a battle cry for yet another "wait til' next year" but we can only do so much when the unexpected happens.

QB
Comment 19 Dec 2014

They guy sounds like a typical southern red neck douche; their lives are only worth living because of their sister/girlfriend.... 

I listened for about 5 seconds and couldn't stand the fact that his voice sounds like nails going down a chalkboard.

Comment 17 Dec 2014

Turns out that this has been quite enjoyable watching a %ichigan man work for us Buckeyes while breaking down, in detail nonetheless, a "stupid and uninformed waste of time".  Made my day.

Comment 17 Dec 2014

To top it all off: They also own the city of Detroit.  Ranked worst city many years running...

Comment 17 Dec 2014

I love it.  Thought he was a punk in college.

Comment 16 Dec 2014

Agree 100%. 

I don't take anything away from Kosar for having filed bankruptcy or any of his other issues; he left his guts on the field in Cleveland and he will forever have my gratitude for it. 

Anyone that takes a shot at his finances and health needs to take a hard look in the mirror.

The stats in the 30 for 30 for professional athletes going BROKE is alarming; Kosar is far from alone as "by the time they have been retired for two years.  78% of former NFL players have gone bankrupt or are under financial stress..."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSOAwNSv8EM
 

Comment 16 Dec 2014

How many years are we, as fans, going to blame all the Browns issues on the QB?  We fail routinely because we can't see past our dicks to see the real problem is exactly what Kosar hit on; organizational culture to be winners! 

Am I the only one that saw the D get lit up by an average RB this past Sunday?  200+ yards rushing.

Am I the only one that saw Manziel running for his fricking life EXACTLY like all of our other QB's in the past? 

Please stop calling for the QB's and Head Coaches head every time the team falters.  If the organization does not bring in a phylosophy of winning the team cannot thrive and we will have issues like we've had since the 80's when we won a lot.   

In case anyone needs reminded, here is an old list of some of the QB's that never had a chance because the O line was like an open flood gate.  This year we had a hell of a good O line but injuries have crippled our team; so please be patient as we get healthy again and sadly that may be a battle cry for yet another "wait til' next year" but we can only do so much when the unexpected happens.

QB
Comment 15 Dec 2014

Are you serious?  THE BROWNS never left Cleveland.  NEVER! 

Did some asshole owner move out of town?  Yep he sure did and what he moved became the despicable Ravens.

Comment 15 Dec 2014

"Couldn't be more Miami" = coach post-Coker who was a part of pay to play, etc. Miami history.  This video is pathetic, watching them complain about how they only lost against Ohio State because they should even been playing after the interference/holding/insert whatever the infraction was here.  Thanks everyone for posting up the anti-Miami winning FACTS that were non-calls in our favor. 

Based on this video, Ohio State's victory in the BCS was responsible for the wheels falling off the entire UM program (UM... get it?  Suppose that is UM x 2).

Comment 15 Dec 2014

Ditto.  Loved that song back in the day and still do today.

Comment 15 Dec 2014

I haven't heard that in years; that was AWESOME!  KISS never gets old. 

Have to admit that I sure liked them more when they hid their.... um... brutal looks.  Perhaps THE very reason they started with the makeup.

Comment 14 Dec 2014

Have faith young man because I saw the Browns before that and can assure you that the Cardiac Kids were real and as my Father tells it; we used to win a LOT of Championships from the 40's to 60's.

The Browns (my summary):

The 40's, they won 4 in a row from 46' to 49', the 50's, they played in 7 of 10 Championships (won only 3 (insert frown face here)), and the early 60's, they won 1, lost 1.  Having played for a total of 13 Championships and came away with 8 Championships in a 20 year span. 

From an NFL/AAFC perspective I believe they are the first real dynasty of the league because of how many years they had the upper hand in a row.

Comment 14 Dec 2014

The Battle has turned out to appear as more of a skirmish to whit the one orange team is kicking the ever living crap out of the other orange team :-(

Comment 14 Dec 2014

Bosa, et al, please use this and other snubs by The Spin as motivation to wipe the field with Bama and whoever we play in the National Championship.  Not sure why they aren't embracing this team of ours; talk about a feel good story that they could really talk about in a positive way... ok ok, I know the answer (ESPN sleeping with SEC).