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Northern VA (via Cleveland, Ohio)

Member since 18 November 2011 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Krenzel to Jenkins. Holy Buckeye.
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Recent Activity

Comment 09 Apr 2015

It's kinda like how you'll never see Guy Fieri inside a four-star-or-below restaurant. Shenanigans like that would torpedo his brand.

Please tell me that this was an intentional Office Space reference.

Shenanigans Manager
Comment 28 Feb 2015

I love watching the two Knicks at the top of the screen watch the ball and then slowly, and in unison, turn and start back down the court. LOL

Comment 28 Feb 2015
Yo, dawg, I heard you like beating the snot out of TTUN, so we gave you Coach Tressel *AND* Coach Meyer.
Comment 06 Feb 2015

I understand the young man being disappointed. Who wouldn't be? Hell, I'm disappointed. But that's life. Coach Drayton has a family and his own personal goals. He has to be able to chase his own dream whenever he wants to chase it, and he's certainly earned this opportunity. He's not bound to his employer any more than I am bound to mine. College football isn't indentured servitude. The same thing happens all the time in more mundane businesses.

Best of luck, Coach. 

Comment 10 Dec 2014

Best of luck, kid. With your sense of humor and your class, you'll no doubt land on your feet wherever you go. 

It makes my day to see the way Ohio State fans handle moments like this with such class. 11W deserves a lot of credit as well for effectively policing both the comments and those who comment.

Comment 13 Nov 2014

There is a Jack-In-The-Box only 27 miles away from Boone, NC. God bless Jack-In-The-Box.

Comment 04 Nov 2014

I said something similar last year. One tipped pass saved my toosh.

Comment 31 Oct 2014

Who says there's no truth in recruiting? Boiler up, indeed.

Comment 07 Aug 2014

Just checked the dictionary...

commercial (noun) A promotion for swag

Comment 29 Jul 2014

 "We’re the winningest program in the history of college football, we know what the expectations of our fan base is."

I don't want to turn this into a grammar police blotter, but the alumni of ol' Snob U. spend the better part of their lives either wallowing in another football loss to Ohio State or looking down their noses at the academic programs at other institutions of higher learning. It would be nice if a handful of them see the well-paid representative of their truly fine university failing to practice some fourth grade-level subject-verb agreement and clam up.

Comment 12 May 2014

Don't forget the big 42-0 win in 1885 over the Peninsular Cricket Club team at the Peninsular Cricket Club Grounds. They count victories against the Chicago Harvard School (a high school in Chicago), the Detroit Athletic Club (a private social club), and Ann Arbor High School, among others.

They also lost to the Cleveland Athletic Club by a score of 8-4 in 1891. *fist pump*

Check it out for yourself by clicking on the season records to see the individual results at this URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Michigan_Wolverines_football_seasons. 

Comment 18 Mar 2014

Is that quote from Michigan AD Dave Brandon accurate? Did he really use 'vendor' as a verb? I wouldn't normally harp on this, but for a high-profile employee of a school with a student body which so regularly looks down on others (particularly Ohio State) from its academic high horse, that's some bad grammar. 

Comment 03 Mar 2014

Since I joined the Marine Corps in 1998, I've lived in South Carolina, North Carolina, Alabama, Virginia, North Carolina (again), and Virginia (again). I've spent most of my time in Virginia, where I've lived in old urban Virginia (Alexandria), new suburban Virginia (Gainesville/Haymarket), and rural, mountainous Virginia (Front Royal). There are nice things about all of these places, and wonderful things about some of them. I've really enjoyed my time in Front Royal. Aside from my lengthy commute back to "civilization" for work, it's been great. There are nice things to see and do and good people to meet everywhere you go.

There are logistical constraints which keep me here in Virginia for another 12 years or so. When the day comes that I can move home to Ohio, I'll be there. It's the greatest place I've ever been, and nowhere else on Earth makes me feel so "at home."