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Muncie, Indiana (via Warsaw, Indiana)

Member since 08 November 2013 | Blog

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Current Ball State University student, lifelong Buckeye fan.


  • NFL TEAM: Indianapolis Colts

Recent Activity

Comment 20 Dec 2013

This situation is actually very similar to how my night went the night of the B1G Championship.


[Watch end of game]

[Pours Drink]

[Pours Drink]

[Repeats Many Times]





Comment 20 Dec 2013

Just imagine if people judged you and your future endeavors off of one stupid thing you said as a teenager. Chill man, I'm sure he's grown up since then.

Comment 11 Dec 2013

Still salty I couldn't end up going to the game but downtown during the day was phenomenal.

The fan fest was so much fun too, I'm getting chills typing while I'm thinking about seeing and hearing Archie talk again.

Comment 09 Dec 2013

Couldn't agree more. Being only 19, I am so glad that I am a fan of a team that can go 24-1 but that one less can feel like the end of the world at the time because we are that good always.


Comment 09 Dec 2013

Starting a petition for Miller and Guap to be on the ballot as a dual-candidate.

Easily the best 1-2 punch in the country and that's why neither were invited. We were so balanced that both took away from each other while helping the team win.

Comment 09 Dec 2013

Very well-put. S/O to whoever wrote this!

Comment 07 Dec 2013

Gameday is so much better being in the crowd because it's essentially too loud to hear most of what the talking heads are saying. I didn't hear a word of their criticism about my poster and I'm perfectly fine with that.

Comment 07 Dec 2013

Hey 11W staff, this is my sign! You favorited one of my tweets about my sign and am looking forward to receiving this gift card for the store!

Twitter: @LiveLoveARob


BTW this poster will happily hang in my dorm room until further notice, beautifully displayed.

Comment 02 Dec 2013

As a college student studying journalism, this kind of stuff just kills me. Literally this is exactly what my profs spend half of class talking about.