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AnotherBuckeyefan


MEMBER SINCE   February 04, 2016

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Comment 04 Jul 2020

FF are 100% non-offensive dad rock...and I love them.  Rumors had them releasing new stuff for their 25th anniversary, but I think corona changed that when they cancelled their tour.

Comment 25 May 2020

Save Tonight -- Eagle Eye Cherry

You Get What You Give -- The New Radicals

Slam -- Onyx

O-Oh Child -- The Stairsteps

Comment 22 Dec 2019
Some many great ones, but one that stands out for me: A Bronx Tale. Locks the bar door, "now youse can't leave."
Comment 20 Dec 2019

The Black Crowes, to me, are an interesting band.  They have some GREAT hits (I especially love Thorn in my Pride and She Talks to Angles) but I don't think most of their catalog is very good.  

Comment 21 Nov 2019
Check out Joseph Banks. They have some decent looking things that are decent quality, and you can get some really good deals online (they have some on clearance less than $100). I know lots of professionals that wear their stuff
Comment 25 Sep 2019

Walk-ons played more than him.  And last week the Thursday bullet points had:

He says Jaelen Gill is “getting an opportunity in practice” to impress. He says Gill is somebody who has to step up given this opportunity to play. Gill has to practice to the point where the coaches trust him.

Hopefully nothing bad going on, just waiting for the light to switch on.  

Comment 11 Sep 2019

I would consider you broke.  Solvent people don't take $4k loans for vacations or have $4k in collections, amongst other bills.  Nor do they have to move home with their parents to pay their bills.  But that's okay -- everyone makes financial mistakes at some point in their lives.  You recognize you have made mistakes.  Many people refuse to do that.  You can turn everything around.

Have you ever tracked your spending and made a budget?  Most likely not.  Download an app and do that -- Mint, YNAB.  Or you can just keep a spreadsheet.  Track every penny you spend for 30 days.  If you use reddit /r/personalfinance has some great tools and spreadsheets.  You will quickly see where your money is going.

Good luck

Comment 29 Jul 2019

I graduated law school with quite a few people who are were doing it as second careers.  None had law related jobs prior.  And, depending on what area you want to go into, a background that is not law related can be helpful.

But don't go to law school.