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Ramzy Nasrallah

11W Staff

Somerville, NJ (via Columbus, OH)

Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog

Ramzy Nasrallah is one of 11W's managing partners. He knows shockingly little about football.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: That night in Tempe.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Joe Germaine
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Calbert Cheaney

Recent Activity

Comment 17 Jul 2014

Shirts, hats and glasses. Soon.

Comment 14 Jul 2014

Two seconds of unannounced fireworks for the team running onto the field before last year's Penn State game, for ABC's cameras. I'm sure you realize you can literally see the entire "show" in the photo you've posted. 

This is nothing like what Michigan is attempting to do here, counselor.

Comment 10 Jul 2014

Have to admit - I admire the way you came up with a backdoor method of exceeding 11W's 10 downvote maximum per comment. Respect.

Comment 06 Jul 2014

Look closely - scores is italicized. Included the NPR link with the one guy who burned his jersey.

For anyone unaware: The media ran with that one guy's jersey burning, making it appear as if the temperature in Cleveland rose from all the miniature fires being set using #23 jerseys as kindling. All of the videos, news stories, etc about LeBron jerseys being burned all point to that one guy.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

Wrote it mostly on a plane from NY to STL and back earlier this week. 

Drank wine and scotch whisky while I was abroad, because when in Rome. Literally - I was in Rome too.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

Henry Mac might be a little too sturdy for Liber-Tea. Wonderful by itself, but give it a shot.

Comment 03 Jul 2014

can you really taste the difference between Bulleit and something WAY cheaper (say Evan Williams) with all that sugar and tea mixed in?

Yes. It's not the initial taste but the finish where you can tell the difference, regardless of the mixture. The initial taste is lemony tea and sweet mint. The finish is all America.

Comment 12 Jun 2014

Every week I start with a topic and then decide how to communicate its point in the most efficacious and entertaining way. For tweeting at recruits I landed on bloodless shaming.

I knew what would happen with Jeff and the twitter people (less concerned about Skid21, a generally solid and anonymous 11W poster) and that gave me pause. Considered not running the piece up until that morning. Deciding factors to run it: Efficacious, bloodless. It held the right tone. "Asshole" took a lot of thought. Replaced all of the assholes with other/tamer terms and it lost that tone.

I don't take my platform or reach lightly. Soon Jason will run the 11W confessional piece and you'll learn about how many articles I write that I decide not to run.