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a thorn deep in the enemy's nest (via Westlake, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   June 15, 2015

Born and raised as a Buckeye Fan, went to engineering schools that did not football. Moved into the heart of the enemy decades ago but my blood still flows scarlet and grey.



Recent Activity

Comment 05 Aug 2019

Wow, read the article and then looked at another linked article. This is the definition of a hit piece (hard to argue with facts though!

Comment 07 Feb 2019

Not sure I put this link in right. But Maggie Rogers is someone I came across the other day. She has a unique sound that makes her easy to listen to.
Comment 16 Feb 2018

I second this, we need a public education campaign that not only should they not camp out, they also should not pull into the fast lane if another car is approaching them quickly in the fast lane. Let them pass and then you can pull over to pass.

Comment 02 Feb 2018

I run a small company located in enemy territory. We have had a bug in our phone system where in late November the PA system broadcasts the Ohio State fight song randomly throughout the day. Despite our best efforts this problem has persisted for over twenty years and 3 different phone systems. Buckeyes have sometimes been found to randomly spawn around the shop also.

Comment 28 Jun 2017

Driving around the country, I see only Arizona rivaling the ticket writing zeal of Ohio State Troopers. Almost every other state in the nation allows drivers a 5-7 mph cushion before the get pulled over. I notice a general decrease in traffic speeds every time I come into the state. On Holiday weekends you can't drive 20 miles on most major highways without coming across a random tax collection trap. I don't understand why everyone in Ohio seems to be OK with this arrangement. Definitely one of the less enjoyable states to drive in.

Comment 26 Jun 2017

I an showing my age, but Disco was soo bad we all wore "disco sucks" shirts begging for the music industry to stop pumping that swill into the market.

Comment 26 Jun 2017

What do you think are the three top illogical rationalizations that will be used to explain why the second highest paid coach in college football still cannot finish higher than third in their division?