Hoops team was "Dabbin on them folks" the other night....
Wow, thanks for posting that Huber! Incredible precision.
I don't have a ticket to that game, but I may have to go to that Skully anyway.
I can't disagree. The talent on this record is mind boggling. Miles on trumpet. John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderly on sax. Bill Evans on the keys. Paul Chambers on bass. No wonder it's the most popular Jazz album of all time. I never tire of it. I listen to it several times a week.
Get well, Coach!
Jalyn Holmes... 0_0 Whoa!
Robert Nesta Marley.
You and I are in the same boat, brother! Except, Jamaica!
I've always been partial to Matouk's myself.
I was trying to draw attention to the awful call, not Amir. It just happens that Amir was involved. I mean that call may have been the single worst I have ever seen (and I have watched a lot of B1G basketball over the years so that's saying a lot).
I will admit that I used Amir in the title as click bait as he seems to be a hot topic on this forum. But, not disrespecting Amir. ...this time.
"Night Nurse" by Gregory Isaacs --- Not obscure to Reggae fans, but obscure to the majority.
....also, I'm a fan of old jazz and "The Masquerade Is Over" by Nancy Wilson and "In a Sentimental Mood" by Duke Ellington & John Coltrane are two of my favorites.
"Vesti La Giubba" - fantastic
Sort of on topic....A few weeks back I was at Natalie's Coal Fired Pizza on High St in Worthington (a damn fine spot by the way). Anyway, they had Hi-Res triple IPA on tap from Sixpoint Brewery. Man, was that good.
....I need to get back to Natalie's.
My son is a soph in the College of Engineering at tOSU majoring in "Computer Science and Engineering". Proud papa.