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Jangs78 12th Warrior

Atlanta (via Chicago w/ 8 Glorious yrs. in Cbus)

Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 1947 NFL Championship Game - Chicago Cardinals vs. Philadelphia Eagles Cards 28 - Eagles 21

    Cardinals RB Elmer Angsman runs for 159 yards on 10 carries including 2 touchdown runs of 70 yards a piece. On top of being an NFL great he was a hell of a grandfather!
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Mark Titus/Slammin' Sammy Thompson
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears
  • NHL TEAM: Chicago Blackhawks/CBJ
  • NBA TEAM: Chicago Bulls
  • MLB TEAM: Chicago Whitesox

Recent Activity

Comment 04 Dec 2015

Works for me.

Was the dress white and gold or blue and black?

Comment 04 Dec 2015

Who are you and why are we asking you questions???

Comment 01 Dec 2015

Ultimate is a ton of fun.  Its been around for a while.  We used to play "back in my day" all the time.  20+ yrs. ago.

Comment 07 Oct 2015

Guess I know what I'm doing the day after Halloween!  Not a huge wrestling scene down here in Atlanta....hopefully a few fellow Buckeye fans show up to support our boy.  

If you're a wrestling fan you owe it to yourself to watch this match of Tomasello and Moisey when they were in high school....one of the best matches Ive seen:


Comment 07 Oct 2015

Its not everyday you're extremely jealous of a 64 year olds girlfriend!

She was amazing in 1983 and is just about as hot in 2015....well done JCM!

Comment 23 Sep 2015

We've got 8 coming in from all over the country.  We'll be staying in Jersey City and taking the Path train down to the game.  We'll be on foot so will definitely be looking for somewhere to post up pre game and do some tailgating Buckeye style.  If people are gonna be gathering would love to know of a parking lot to meet up....hopefully a TV and coolers of ice will be a plenty.  We'll supply lots o beer!

Comment 11 Sep 2015

I moved into Olentangy Commons that day...I'll never forget it.  

I was listening to Howard Stern that morning dreading picking up the U-haul and making the move from 14th and Pearl to the Commons.  It was the end of an era.  Little did I know what that day would truly symbolize in the big scheme of things.  

Never Forget