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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching the Buckeyes win the National Championship in 2003
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Comment 01 Apr 2016

I actually had friends who are Meatchicken fans email me about it and they really believed that it was happening. I laughed and told them ...sorry guys but that's a joke just like your new Head coach.

Comment 16 Mar 2016

Whoa Nellie, are you familiar with the story behind the recording of Gimme Shelter? The stones were recording late one night and they had the idea of hiring a female singer to come in and do the " Rape Murder, it's just a shot away part ". after many decline they called Merry Clayton at midnight that evening and asked her. after her husband grab the phone and talked to the stones manager, he talked Merry into going down there that night and do it. Merry, whom was pregnant at the time, miscarried shortly after the recording, and it took her some years to listen or even sing that song again. . 

Comment 24 Jan 2016

I agree. I have watched 5 episodes so far and I don't see how Steve could have done it. I see how the cops could have framed him though.

Comment 09 Nov 2015

I once knew a guy from champaign.

whose team loved to play in the rain.

when the buck's came to town.

they knew they'd be let down.

when zeke ran them over like a train.

Comment 17 May 2015

I have been there a few times in my life. Most recently in 2012. It's a nice town has it's good and bad parts. Both Cheap Trick and Porn Star Ginger Lynn are from there lol 

Comment 09 Apr 2015

Sorry for your loss, my prayers go out to you and yours.

Comment 05 Apr 2015

So Corny Greene would be The Man next to THE MAN then. GO Bucks

Comment 22 Mar 2015

Well to be honest if you are going to write a new blog mentioning that you met a UM player and you go on and on about how the evening went and then you don't want to say who it was, to me that's like telling a joke in front of millions of people and then walk away when you get to the punch line.