Only 30? That seems low, we're making progress! Love you too buddy!!
If I haven't been banned yet, I don't see it happening. Unlike Doc, my existence on 11w isn't solely tied to Oyster or his plight post mortem.
Oyster was a lovable asshole, until he wasn't lovable. Then he was just sort of an asshole. Then he quit respecting authority so he was just an asshole who didn't respect authority and well, banhammer.
Ive never been lovable, but I respect authority.
No, I have Apack in the pool, remember?
You lost. He swam this summer and didn't shit in it, nor did his kid either, at lest none that breached his swim diaper.
I love that people are saying expectations are lower this season when we have a Heisman candidate QB, are ranked just outside the top 5, and will have a top 5 match up week 2.
Make no mistake, the expectations are the same.
It will mostly be central and se Ohio. Definitely some hills in the terrain but nothing serious. I'd like a full suspension but its pricey for a nice one and this bike will also serve as what I'll ride with the kids too.
So to revisit this for Kevin and Arse, I like the 1x11 set up and am going to go with that. I'm also going with a hard tail and a 29er.
My question is, SRAM or Shimano for the 1x11 groupset? I would be going XT for Shimano and the comparable line for SRAM. I'm partial to Shimano from the road bike and SRAM gets kicked around a little bit in that arena but the roles are reversed a little in seems in MTB.
Overall I'm looking to find a used bike for $400-600 that I'll toss the new 1x11 groupset on ($400) and then another $500 for rockshox front fork and some things seat, grips, tires etc.
I think that's the best spend of $1500 I can make for what I want.
Somewhere, a Jim Tressel got his wings today...
Yeah there sure are, OTE, Hilltop, Valleyview, Westgate
I guess that's what I'm saying. There's no room for expansion in Franklinton. It's had a nice little revitalization but the only way it will increase its housing stock is if major big box corporations decide to rape it.
Franklinton can't house the displaced from short north and other neighborhoods. It's not big enough
The issue with Franklinton is that it is surrounded by light industry and the housing stock is extremely low. Add to it that the homes themselves are small sometimes 1 and 2 bedroom homes. My family owns a few properties there.
Campus Partners, Ohio State, or one of Ohio State's board members or their company owns every piece of real estate on High Street from the gateway through Hudson St.
It Ohio State's world. High Street is just living in it. It's why I don't bother looking for property on campus, Victorian Village, or Clintonville anymore. I buy in old town east, Westgate, and Hilltop. Eventually old Columbus will resurface in these areas of the city not completely bastardized by corporate greed.
Has he been active lately? Maybe he is taking a break but if he's been active and this are conspicuously missing that's not a good look.
Haha nice assist Navy.
With everything going to SaaS and cloud storage I surmise that any Linux distro can be fully functional the question is what's your flavor and how much time do you want to put into your environment. I've used Ubuntu and Mint but found in the end found the minor inconveniences of incompatibility not worth the simplistic environment.
I don't know why you fight a Mac so hard Dirk. What are you doing on Windows that you can't do on a Mac? It's user friendly, secure, has support for years it's also seamlessly integrated into your iPhone
I take back my comments on Smith last week. Twitter however you like.
Zach Smith's nuts must be dragging all over the ground
It has been unusually quiet but I'm not around much on the weekends besides sunday
I agree the best insults come from a darker place, one hopefully Ramzy isn't close to me with. I don't need my internet self to be methodically dispatched with verbiage fit for the most creative sailor.
Is it possible to do an AMA with you for insults? We rehashed some of your banner 11w moments in the forums and your creativity in and degree of vulgarity used is top notch and impressive. A h/t to you.
when I think of Ohio State I do not think of drugs, alcohol or football, but instead reflect fondly upon coursework, learning, student service, and relationships I developed with professors.
And you went to main campus, in Columbus, OH?...
The N now stands for New Campus. If you went to osu pre-2010 South campus is also different by the dorms and pre-2003 you wouldn't even recognize south campus
I almost started a Calgaryesque thread to keep me entertained.
Man Kevin, this seems like the biggest backhanded compliment to osu. Smells like piss, guys puking everywhere, potheads, people being evicted, awkward social interactions... But it's home dammit!!
Your spot on though, if you're an alumnus, everytime you step on campus all the feels come back. I've lived in Clintonville and Victorian Village and even though both are a stones throw from campus I rarely go to campus. When I do though, even at 31, a special feeling comes over me, a feeling no other place can elicit.
I hope for all new students, you embrace and love every part of your new home. The homeless, the drunks, the party goers, the nerds, the parking tickets, your dorms and shitty floormates you couldn't choose, and the slightly above legal off campus housing later in life, GECs, one night stands, broken hearts, late nights, pants shittingly bad food, shitting yourself. Everything plays a part in making Ohio state amazing. Love it all. Don't love osu in spite of it.