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JollyFatMan


Powell, Ohio (via Youngstown, Ohio)

Member since 04 September 2012 | Blog

A born and raised Buckeye, from Youngstown, went to school at Tiffin University, and now work for Wendy's International in Dublin.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: Running at Indoor GLIAC Conference my Senior year of college in the DMR. All 16 teams, surrounding the track, with two lanes to spare.. one of the most fun and most intense sports moments of my life.
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 27 Aug 2016

Indiana, Nebraska, Northwestern, and Michigan. 

Was able to acquire season tickets with my best friend. Going to the last 3 together, split the first 4 games, and letting the wife go with her friend to Rutgers. 

Good season right there. :)

Comment 19 May 2016

Just FYI, you're all wrong. :)

I'm a bit of a coaster junkie (297 across the country, will soon be almost 400 when I go to Europe this fall) so I tend to be a bit more critical of coasters than most. That being said, Maverick is my favorite ride in Ohio and it's my #7 in my top 10. 

I will say some of the best coasters in the world in my opinion are typically never at the big parks but those 1-2 coaster parks. 

Comment 15 Mar 2016

This. I browse a wide array of websites on my PC and never had an issue. Of course, you always have to be weary of those websites which look sketchy as those are the worst. NEVER download anything you feel is untrusted or is not from a certified website. 

Also watch what are optional downloads when you do download. Those task bars are full of crap which are attached to legit downloads. 

Comment 26 Sep 2015

If NW can sustain their play, easily the Cats. But if they can't hold it down the stretch like 2013, Wisky it is. 

Comment 11 Sep 2015

Freshman year, Howland High School, 2nd period. It was only rumors as our superintendent decided to have school go on as normal to not insight panic within the student body. No one really left school or heard anything besides rumors or hearsay unless you could find a random TV (which I did around 6th period) to see exactly what was going on. I didn't really see the whole scope of the day until I got home around 3:30pm.