Nerkbuck1's picture


Member since 23 August 2011 | Blog

Recent Activity

Comment 19 Jul 2016

My sons boxer kept running into the neighbors yard and the neighbors called the Sheriff each time. My ex-wife was ticketed and fined on five occasions for allowing the dog run loose. The sixth time, the neighbors claimed they were threatened and shot the boxer and another dog while in their yard. No charges were ever filed against the neighbor by the Sheriff. Make sure you have adequately reported the issues to the Sheriff and they have responded to your complaints, and make damn certain if you shoot the dog, it is in your yard and remains in your yard until the Sheriff arrives. You would be best to video the occurrences for evidence.

Comment 20 Oct 2015

Two years ago week parked in an office building parking lot just past the golf course, on the main road. We probably got there 3 hours before kick off and there were plenty of places to park. Luckily, they opened the building for people to use the restroom. The game came down to the last play, so the whole stadium left at once. The traffic was slow but moved a lot better than getting out on Ackerman Rd. Plan on a slow ride to the highway and you won't be upset.

Comment 13 Oct 2015

Favorite show on right now!!!

Comment 02 Mar 2015

They ran a 3:41.13 and are ranked 9th in the state for Div 2/3. Dayton Dunbar is the top team. The boys are just hoping to hit the podium this year. All four guys are juniors, so next year should be really good.

Comment 30 Jan 2015

His employer has no right to tell he cannot drink alcohol, except during official team functions. Employers are crossing the line into personal time and we need to put an end to it.

Comment 30 Jan 2015

First and foremost, the NFL should not be able to tell a player they cannot drink alcohol. The league should not have the right to tell a person they cannot do something that is legal. Now, he obviously cannot be drunk during a game, but outside a game or official team duties, the NFL is stepping over the boundary on personal life. When pot becomes legal in Ohio, I would feel the same for it. As long as he is not high during a game, then it just shouldn't matter. It is time we get companies out of personal lives. You are only a representative of the company during working hours. We need to stop letting the media rule our decisions and tell them to mind their own business!!!