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Comment 12 Mar 2020

I'm simultaneously caring for my aging & convalescing Mom, writing a book, and researching a twisted clown-funded sex-trafficking/drug-cult from the past which was making a sick & perversely effective resurgence between 2008-2016...or binge-watching Seinfeld seasons. I might also see if I can feed the neighbour's wolf a pb&j sammich; I read somewhere that wolves like those...

Comment 11 Mar 2020

Thank you! My two oldest kids think I'm a freak about this but that speech by Tressel is life-changing! Wash. Rinse. Repeat. Often.

Comment 02 Mar 2020

I hear you 20/20Mike! I'm a bit younger, but I remember well when we switched from CKLW-AM to WIOT-FM. Had to get good (Pioneer) speakers mounted in the back window deck! I also, have watched the slide of what is called 'Classic Rock' into...as you call it "runny mucus."

I have a great friend from high school (whose UM Law grad dad took me to my first OSU game @ AA- 1975). He went to OU. Studied broadcast journalism; became the lead DJ for TK? Rock of the Gulf Coast in P'cola then eventually became program manager before quitting after 20+ years due to changes in the industry/programming focus. It's pablum. Bread & circuses. 

Anyway, I have lately found some enjoyment watching youtub* vids of young guys...hip-hop guys & girls, you know those generations of the under-privileged Gen-Xers, Millennials, etc. who have never been exposed to 60's, 70's 80's Rock & Roll! Some of these videos are totally amazing! The look on their faces when they see little Steve Marriott belting out Black Coffee, or watching the old videos of Skynyrd playing Freebird live in Oakland...their eyes bug out during that 3 guitar barrage called a solo...Pink Floyd, CSNY, GFRR, Boston, Rush, Stevie Ray, Led Zeppelin...there are really some very entertaining "Rock Reactions" there of first timers hearing the music I love and grew up listening to! Remember Red Beard?! We had live band venues then too! Findlay had 6-10 live venues at a time for years...live bands playing Tuesdays through Saturdays until 2-3AM! 

I can say that American Idol happened. The Voice happened. The music moguls ended Stadium Rock. The CD ended vinyl...for awhile...but it's coming back; people are buying turntables and ALBUMS again! We lived in the best music explosion of all time, perhaps!

I cannot address "what is going on" but I know I have watched numerous younger people from diverse cultures as they immerse in Rock and find it to be a supreme enjoyment, including my own kids! Thanks for reminiscing! Did you ever go to The Park in North Baltimore?

Comment 21 Feb 2020

Multiple forum posts about this...but I think the DubStaff will likely be working this story too, very soon as it is about to blow up, IMO. It's not looking good for the Wexner name at OSU.

Comment 21 Feb 2020


Wexner and his wife, Abigail, are two of Ohio State University's biggest benefactors. His change of status came 10 days after five former OSU wrestlers who accused their alma mater of failing to protect them from a predator team doctor formally requested an investigation into the school's relationship with Epstein.

The quintet also requested that Ohio Inspector General Randall Meyer probe allegations that Abigail Wexner, who sits on OSU's board of trustees, enabled Epstein to sexually assault a young woman at an Ohio property "owned and secured" by the Wexners.


Comment 10 Feb 2020

MOOB - noun -
\ ˈmüb  \

Definition of moob

 (Entry 1 of 3)

1: a stupid awkward Michigan/State man : SIMPLETON

3. sometimes vulgar
: BREAST of a large male, especially former and now aging football players turned coach-wanna-bees & out of shape;          man boobs, knobs on a bert, walrus, or beached manatee 

Comment 10 Feb 2020

Yeah, Snake I certainly do not disagree with your point and only DV trolls violating the commenting policy or some egregiously offensive crap, which your comments were not! +1

Comment 10 Feb 2020

Grateful for the coaches, AD, etc. for (somewhat) planning/executing a strategy for the UFM handoff to Day, that worked well! Surprised that more so-called leaders do not ever replicate themselves, as this seems to be a no-brainer IF we are truly exemplifying leadership. So-called CEO's, corporate leaders, organizational leaders, teams, etc. who aren't really...leaders; it shows their true motives are something other than the success of the people & teams they lead. Managers rather than leaders.

Comment 07 Feb 2020

No, I do not think it is a good career move at all right now. Perhaps in the past, but there's just too much stink wafting around East Lansing right now, and not enough deodorant.