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Major H

from Raised in Dayton, Ohio.

Member since 29 August 2016 | Blog

Retired U.S. Army. Recently returned from 15 years in The Netherlands. Enjoying life in New Port Richey, Florida.


  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnatti Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 17 hours ago

As much as I hate *ichigan and their Hairball coach, it is pretty cool to have a chance to meet the Pope. Of the millions that visit the Vatican every year, only a small percentage get to meet the Pope. Still think the Pope was bitterly disappointed with the crappy helmet! Urban needs to go now and give him a real helmet to offset that piece of crap!

Comment 27 Apr 2017

Doing their part on special teams should make the selection process interesting as well. That is the opportunity to show the coaches how much they want it. The Freshman Ezekiel Elliott creaming that returner from Perdue is a prime example of wanting it!

So anxious for fall to roll around to see these young bucks in action!

Comment 26 Apr 2017

After 15 years in Europe, with only a little bit of ESPN on AFN, I never got into it when we moved back. I used to enjoy the 30 minute repeating Sport Center as I got ready for work, etc., but it sounds like it has really gone down hill since then.

What do you, my Buckeye brethren, recommend for a good sports channel. (BTN costs an extra $10 per month with my cable company. I signed up for it for a month early last fall, but cancelled it when the major channels started carrying the games.)

Comment 26 Apr 2017

That sounds like fun! Not! ​ My grandson is finishing up his Freshman year studying Business at Florida Gulf Coast. Says he hasn't had anything too hard thus far, but then this is the Freshman year. Good luck as you head out into the world with your OSU sheepskin!

Comment 26 Apr 2017

After a quick Google, I see it is applicable for both kids and adults to learn both in school and on the job. As technology explodes, using technology to teach seems very important. Probably a field that will never grow obsolete. Have I got the right idea?

Comment 26 Apr 2017

"Better to Remain Silent and Be Thought a Fool than to Speak and Remove All Doubt"

I Googled this and while it is most commonly attributed to Abraham Lincoln, there appears to be no concrete proof.

"This maxim has many different forms, and it is often ascribed to Abraham Lincoln or Mark Twain. However, there is no substantive evidence that either of these famous individuals employed the maxim."

No matter who said it first, they are words to live by!