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Member since 29 November 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship game
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

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Comment 30 Sep 2015

I'm sure it will sting for a while but there are a ton of jobs out there.  I hope you find a new career in whatever you are passionate about.  Good luck!

Comment 29 Jul 2015

Is it true that the average rider weight is comparable to the average weight of Buckeye's offensive linemen?

Comment 11 Apr 2015

And most importantly cut your splices at a 45 degree angle.  Nothing is more irritating than seeing trim splices cut at 90 degrees on a home someone has dropped some coin on.  Nails on a chalkboard to me!

Comment 11 Apr 2015

Take time and learn to cope.  My father was a master carpenter and made me learn.  If you spend the time you may not even need caulk.  Invest in a high dollar coping saw and an angle finder.  If you don't have time or resources remember what my father told me "caulk and paint for the carpenter he ain't".

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Sorry for your loss.  Seems like your mother was a great role model to you as all parent's should be to their child.

Comment 06 Apr 2015

The '92 skill positions Robert Smith, Eddie George, Raymont Harris, Butler B'ynot'e, Joey Galloway, Chris Sanders & Stablein.  I would love to see them with Meyer's offense back then.

Comment 26 Mar 2015

Josh Perry was one of my favorites last year.  Does not have the big play flair but is usually in the correct spot at the correct time.  Will no doubt be a solid pro.

Comment 02 Mar 2015

Positano is awesome.  Belligio on Lake Como is also a great place to spend summers.

Comment 14 Feb 2015

Eastbound and down


King of the Hill


Comment 11 Feb 2015

Cowboy can't replace the chemistry Marty and Joe Nuxhall had.  Marty was much better back then.  Now he is just an angry man.  I often dream that Paul Keels will work the booth with Marty until OSU football season starts.

Comment 11 Feb 2015

I love Zeke and Huermann breaking down the make the tackle and Cardale comes in out of nowhere and lowers the boom.