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osu07asu10 12th Warrior

Member since 23 July 2012 | Blog

Lifelong fan, former employee, no place better than the shoe in the fall


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Standing next to Steve Snapp on the sidelines of 1v2 in the THE GAME when Robiskie caught the go ahead TD right in front of us, 6 feet in front of us. In all of the craziness and celebration, Snapp was so far gone he didn't even realize we scored, added a level of comedy to my excitement i've yet to duplicate
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Craig, Troy, Cardale!
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Oden, Conley, JJ, Sully, Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Brownies

Recent Activity

Comment 19 hours ago

Ours is pretty darn firm, exactly how I like it, it has just never been that comfortable to me. I wake up stiff as hell a lot of mornings. I thought it was just my back but then when I travel for work I feel great the mornings I wake up on a spring mattress in a hotel.

I think the stiffness in the morning is the trade off for my back feeling better throughout the day though.

Comment 19 hours ago

Throw a towel or cushion under your elbow at work too, and attempt to keep the arm straight, where it has the least amount of strain on it.

Comment 19 hours ago

Tempurpedic is the way to go.  You'll have to sell BST1, but it is well worth it.

We've had a tempurpedic for 5+ years now and I'm not a huge fan. I've got a wrecked back to begin with but it rendered me useless for the first few months we had it until my back { Adjusted }. It's alright, but I don't love it.

Comment 20 hours ago

Wow, ZM, I never thought I'd see a post about Ulnar Nerve Entrapment, which I suffer from! I have seriously broken my arm/wrist twice. Once a compound fracture to the ulna and radius and then again to the wrist and thumb. The doctor believes my nerve was damaged/enlarged due to those "traumas".

When it first reared its head, it was a pain that was almost debilitating. I can feel my nerve slide in and out of place, and the numbness in the hand and fingers was insane. I've learned to deal with the pain and have found things I can do to alleviate the numbness when it does occur. I've been told the only real way to eliminate it 100% is surgery, otherwise it is pain management to take care of it.

For those who think we're just old cranky assholes, my symptoms showed up in my early 20s and I am only 31 now. It's a real pain the ass elbow

Comment 22 hours ago
Our schedules rarely match up so we've been planning to do this for 2 weeks. Of course we picked the coldest fucking day of the year to do it. Going to be using 3000 ways of space heaters and a 7500 btu propane burner to try and keep it above freezing in the garage
Comment 22 hours ago
It's just lazy negligence on his part. I agree he isn't in any major danger but I don't do Calipers (don't like bleeding someone else's brakes and potentially leaving air in them). When you extend your caliper as far as he has to grind metal on metal it has a really good chance of seizing and needing to be replaced. That'll take his $100 rear brake 7/10 special to a $350-$400 project.
Comment 22 hours ago
You know this already, but I may be on the east side to uh, locate, someone. That may lead to a beer at Gatsby's, but if I'm successful Saturday is going to get wild! Also { Helping } (= freezing your balls off doing all the work while he sits there and offers to get me alcohol to stay warm) a friend change the discs and what are left of his rear brake pads on his car. Yep, that metal on metal grinding you hear is not good... Oyster conveniently left out he is going to watch his favorite sport, soccer, on Saturday.
Comment 11 Feb 2016

That's a good call KNar.

Inch for Inch the best dunker in the game.

Vince Carter, Nique, Dr. J, Jordan, Kemp, Daryl Dawkins, Tom Chambers, Isiah Rider, Larry Nance, Kenny Walker,...

For my money though, give me Vinsanity.

Comment 11 Feb 2016
Check out Oyster's dinner thread from yesterday. The action was pretty quick but the result is what lingered. Chip. took. off (Chappelle voice)
Comment 11 Feb 2016
From an outsiders opinion, I think it fell apart because your back up was quick to jump to your defense (and it was your banter thread) and Chip's munks were a little late to arrive and he felt ganged up on.
Comment 11 Feb 2016
If you're on 11w (or any Internet forum) and in the middle of everything conversation and forum wise, you have to grow some thick skin. Hell, I think everyone in this forum is still learning that. I got the feeling he wasn't real happy nor were his buddies so I stayed out of it. Hopefully he'll be back around doing his thing short enough.
Comment 11 Feb 2016
Is this a real question? They are furry little 4 legged bitches who show nothing but love and devotion to an owner. EDIT: and are you ever going to learn how to use the damn air quotes right, (((Gumar)))?
Comment 11 Feb 2016
I didn't partake in those shenanigans but I did notice that both of my dogs were laying around with an extra sense of accomplishment yesterday..
Comment 11 Feb 2016
This thread feels like the ultimate Kissy Kissy to Oyster. Never knew Spaceman was your padawan Oyster.
Comment 10 Feb 2016

"The average nut can withstand 45 psi of pressure before rupturing. The ball leaves LBJ's hand at the perfect 25.4 degree angle, setting the ball in motion in the shortest distance to D'Angelo's nuts at a blistering pace of 46.8mph just 1 foot after LBJ releases. The ball continues to accelerate the entire distance between LBJ's hands and D's nuts (11.2 feet, precisely) reaching an insane maximum velocity of 63.22mph at the moment of impact on the Russell family jewels. Due to the large surface area of a basketball (4 * pi * 4.695 inches^2   <-- actual formula) a pressure of only 31.7 psi is applied to the right testicle of D'Angelo Russell"