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Member since 08 August 2013 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: The Game, 2006.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: ?
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe

Recent Activity

Comment 22 Jan 2016

"Storing" implies leftovers, which at my house we rarely experience.  My only advice to you is to pour it room temp over ice and get after it.  Watershed might set the bar a bit high as starters go, but delicious none-the-less.

Comment 19 Jan 2016

I had a 4 hour career as a telemarketer in college, calling and asking people if they'd participate in a medical survey, which unbeknownst to them would end up being 120 questions if they were patient enough to sit through it all.  Hung up my headset and didn't go back.  Stopped at a Big Boy on the way back to the apartment and got a job waiting tables.  Ended up being a decent gig.

Comment 14 Jan 2016

One time I woke my wife up with just the smell of the fart.  No noise, it was just so horrid that it stirred her from her sleep and she woke up asking what the hell had just happened.  I pretended to be asleep naturally.

Comment 16 Dec 2015

As much as I can't stand Notre Dame, and I really can't stand them, I think it makes college football more interesting when they're good.  That's about the only positive I've got.

Comment 24 Nov 2015

You hit it on the head.  I might be in the minority on this, but this isn't a good thing in my eyes.  You have to be able to hire people and then trust them to do their jobs.  It's unfortunate that he has to take on the duties of people who are already paid to perform them.  And it doesn't bode well for the future of those people because it's not a sustainable arrangement.

Comment 29 Oct 2015

For the low low price of $15.99, a box of Colon Blow can be yours!


Comment 05 Oct 2015

This weekend I plan to try something new on Saturday because my heart and liver demand that I do so, and just watch the game without having any expectations whatsoever.  Instead of expecting that the Buckeyes play like the best team to ever set foot on a field, maybe just watch what happens in the game and cheer for my favorite team.  I feel like if I'd done so this past weekend I would have sat there and enjoyed a good football game between two undefeated Big Ten teams with an exciting finish where our Buckeyes took home the win (as opposed to the reality which was losing my mind and frightening my children). I'll let you all know how it goes.  I want to temper the expectations on the liver part though.