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Comment 18 Sep 2016

I honestly think it's more JT holding on to the ball and missing reads than receivers not being open but it's hard to see with the camera angle used 

Comment 13 Sep 2016

If a girl gives q shit about where you went to college she's not worth your time and is a bunch of adjectives I can't say without offending people 

Comment 13 Sep 2016

It's great that OSU is ranked so high....however, nobody gives a shit where you went to school. I went to YSU and my roommates and I all did well, one of my roommates got a job at Microsoft as an engineer. If you're talented it doesn't matter what school you go to youll still likely succeed and if you're good at your job employers will find you.

Comment 12 Sep 2016

Depends on what you want....

More upscale with good food go to V2

younger bar crowd go odonnels

dive bar with tons of draft beers go to Draught house

suzy's dogs and drafts is my personal favorite....gourmet hot dogs and tons beers on tap...super laid back with good music not too loud

if you want more options let me know! Downtown Youngstown is a lot of fun!!

Comment 04 Sep 2016

He doesn't have other offers because he's not very good....he doesn't win games for Hoban. Todd sibley and their D does. A game managing quarterback in HIGH SCHOOL is not gonna play at OSU....we can avoid having another, as you say, Dylan Thompson or Kyle trout on the team, and tell him he should look elsewhere instead of taking up a precious scholly that could go to someone who actually has a shot of playing. Again, I just do not understand how people look at his stats, demeanor, and lack of improvement and see future starter at OSU....why the hell would you recruit someone to be a backup when scholarships are tight and there are ELITE players wanting to come here

Comment 04 Sep 2016

I bleed scarlet and grey too but urban isn't offering me a scholly anytime soon. Who cares if he loves Ohio state. So do I! But it doesn't mean I'm capable of playing on Saturdays and by the looks of it neither is he. If you go 5-18 against HIGH SCHOOL competition you're gonna be in for a rough ride against ANYONE you'd play against at OSU....I just don't get the unwavering support of Clark despite him showing time and agin that he's not even capable of dominating HIGH SCHOOL talent

Comment 27 Aug 2016

Thank you for your servicE....some should tell kapernick that not standing for the national anthem is doing nothing to help "oppressed" people. He's just disrespecting people like you who are kicking ass so he can live in a country where he can get paid millions to play a fuckin game and suck at it at that...we have it so good here as Americans that people invent things to be upset over.....kapernick can go fuck himself

Comment 22 Jul 2016

Think about this....Joe burrow and Danny Clark both played in the division 3 state championship game against the same team if I'm not mistaken (correct me if I'm wrong....either way it's similar competition). Joe burrow accounted for 500 total yards and 6 TDs and essentially kept his team in a shoot out and almost pulled it off. Danny Clark went 4-12.........Clark seems like a good kid but IMO is not good enough to play at OSU. Just my opinion 

Comment 26 Apr 2016

I appreciate the civil discussion! Ultimately i disagree with you and you disagree with me, we're just looking at the situation through different sides of the glass lol. I do respect your opinion and perspective as a patient and understand that it can be frustrating to have to wait for an appointment you scheduled. 

Comment 26 Apr 2016

I understand what you're saying however....Most docs didn't get into medicine for the money (some did). I just feel that you should be financially rewarded for spending literally a DECADE (often more) of the best years of your life working absurd hours training to improve the lives of others. If you schedule 2 pts/hr and one is medicare/medicaid (an ever-increasing amount) you are basically breaking even or losing money when considering overhead costs. At the end of the day you have to make money and seeing a low number of pts isn't feasible, which is why you are seeing more and more docs become hospital employees rather than be self-employed. At the hospital they will have an administrator who knows nothing about medicine breathing down their neck to see more and more pts to make the hospital money. eventually we all will be going to large practices/pt mills and hopefully get 10 minutes of time with the doc. Again, before you blame the docs try to understand the external pressures and costs that have influenced the way medicine is practiced. 

Comment 25 Apr 2016

You Shouldn't blame docs for this without understanding healthcare economics and the costs associated with medical education and running a practice that essentially forces docs (especially family med docs) to schedule a pt every 15 minutes. It essentially has become out of their control