stubbzzz's picture

stubbzzz

Nashville, TN (via Lima, OH)

Member since 13 August 2013 | Blog

Helmet Stickers: 848 | Leaderboard

Voting Record: 1428 / 6

professional musician living in Nashville, originally from Lima OH.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2006 Ohio State vs Michigan ... GLORIOUS.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Touchdown Teddy Ginn Jr.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jamar Butler
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Nashville Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Whatever preschool team my Nephews play for

Recent Activity

Comment 22 Apr 2015

Yeah man!  The Objective quality of something, and whether you personally enjoy it or not, are two totally different things.  I get into this argument with people all the time.  I might say a certain song is a terrible song,  but that doesn't mean I don't enjoy it.  or that movie, "There Will Be Blood".  After that movie I said, "That is probably one of the best movies I've ever seen.  I didn't really enjoy it though."   When I say something is good, I mean it's well made, or composed, or thoughtfully and artistically constructed.  it has some depth to it.  Even if I don't personally enjoy the work itself, at the very least I can appreciate the creativity, and the effort of the person that made it.

Comment 17 Apr 2015

unless these kids are Japanese or something and their hair is just naturally that color.  In which case, ... I am a butthead.

Comment 17 Apr 2015

guys guys guys.  this is hardcore dancing.  this is like how people dance at a Hatebreed show.  or at least they used to back in the late 90's and early 00's.   but, judging from the uniform tight pants and dyed black hair, this probably takes place somewhere between '05 and '11.   hardcore's just not as popular anymore.

Comment 16 Apr 2015

What about Paris Campbell?  He seems like he has the skill set to be a great returner.  I doubt he sees much playing time otherwise, with Jalin, Dontre, Curtis, and Noah all ahead of him at H- back.  Could be a great way to get him on the field. 

Comment 02 Mar 2015

i agree with the general consensus, (NC vs Florida, 69 vs TTUN, and 98 MSU) those are the ones that still make me feel sick thinking about. ( I wasn't actually alive for 69 vs TTUN, but it still pisses me off.)  

I just wanted to throw in 2005 Texas, I was at that game and the loss devastated me emotionally.  ruined 1 of only 2 times I've ever been to the horseshoe.  We were in control, outplaying them that entire game, just couldn't put it away, and then they made a lucky (amazing) catch for the win with only 2:00 minutes left to play.  plus we had a legendary team that year, and by the end of the season I think we could have beaten anybody, including USC for the title.

Comment 26 Feb 2015

there's a difference between, tame and domesticated.  you'll never be able to domesticate it, that takes generations of breeding.  a tame animal is comfortable around humans, but it's still wild and unpredictable deep down.  you can't really make a pet out of a tame animal,  just an animal, that tolerates you a bit.

I have met a wild fox way up in Northern Canada that would come to my cabin every night while the sun was setting, (around 11pm) and eat hotdogs right out of my hand.  He would stuff his mouth and run back to feed his pups.   There was one guy who lived in this little village all by himself for 6 months out of the year, while he guided moose and bear hunts.  During the day, if this guy was cooking hamburgers for lunch, he'd cook a little extra for the fox.  One time i was in his kitchen talking, and the fox just trotted in walked up to the table and snatched a hamburger like he belonged there. The guy said the foxes were so comfortable with him that he could reach into the den, take the pups out and roll around on the ground and wrestle with them.  

It was definitely one of the coolest experiences of my life, feeding it, but first of all, I think foxes are a lot different than wolves, smaller and probably less dangerous.  And second, this guy had an amazing level of comfort with these animals, and lived alone in the middle of the Canadian wilderness.  He thought about taking a pup and raising it, but even this guy decided it would be a bad idea.  So if it was a bad idea for that guy, it's probably a bad idea for you too.  

although, don't feel bad for thinking about it.  I think we would all secretly want to tame a wolf too, if we could.

Comment 26 Feb 2015

haha!  I was just about to post this.  this kid will set us up for success for years to come.  "I can't wait to see what kind of Amazing problems are in store for you."

Comment 23 Feb 2015

I feel like he has single handedly won a game or 2 for every team he has been on.  

I thought he proved in Carolina, that if you give him a vertical offense, a big armed QB, and some playing time, he will produce if you throw him the ball.  I was stoked for him going to Arizona because I thought he'd get a lot of playing time as a deep threat in Bruce Arian's offense, but as soon as reports came out that rookie John Brown was excelling in training camp, playing essentially the same role, i knew they would go with the younger guy with promise over the old guy.  

I'd love it if he was on the Browns, but i doubt they'd use him right either.  Maybe he should go back to Carolina.

Comment 23 Feb 2015

I'm a Composer/ Guitarist living down in Nashville.  Since the income is irregular, I try to be as diverse and have as many hooks in the water as I can, whichever hook is getting the bites, that's the one I focus on.  My main income is teaching private guitar lessons as well as composing stock music for licensing in tv, film, and video use. (Just starting this job, I'm pretty excited about it.)  I'm trained in both classical and commercial music, so I take studio session gigs, or string arranging and orchestrating gigs as they come along.  I used to tour all the time, but my health has not been good enough for the road the last few years.  Hope to get back out there again someday though.  

Comment 22 Feb 2015

no, I think he meant that accomplished guys with name recognition like Mike Miller and Shawn Marion not even getting on the court during extended garbage time, shows depth in front of them.  Although, I think I read somewhere that Marion has a hip injury?