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Washington, DC (via Cincinnati, Ohio)

MEMBER SINCE   June 04, 2013


  • SPORTS MOMENT: a few best moments: beating Criami for the title; being in the Shoe for the win over scUM in 06 (#1 v. #2) and for Braxton's coming out party in the win over Wisconsin in 2011

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Comment 30 Jul 2019

in other news, perhaps the title of this thread should be changed to something more generic like "Bijan Robinson Recruitment" - I say this because I saw the current headline, "major cb's for bijan to OSU," and thought it indicated a swing back to the Buckeyes.  :-(

Comment 14 Mar 2019

i logged in just to downvote you, but since i couldn't (your DVs are at max capacity), i wanted to leave a comment to let you know!

Comment 08 Mar 2019

I fell asleep on the subway in NYC one night in February 1999 - was on the L train i think heading west from Brooklyn into Manhattan and woke up 3 hours later in Canarsi (far side of Brooklyn) at like 4 in the morning.  Made it home at 7:00am.  Interesting night...

Comment 08 Mar 2019

I live in Capitol Hill and love living out here.  Moved here 10 years ago after living for NYC in 11 years.  (Grew up in Cincinnati and lived in Columbus for about a year and half.)

DC is a great town, but yes, as others have noted, expensive and the traffic is horrific (though I rarely drive - have 30,000 on my 7 year-old car).

Definitely go to Ambar for dinner some night over here on 8th Street SE near the Marine Barracks - it's Balkan food and is amazing and scarily offers an all you can eat and drink (yes, drink) for $50 a person.

Lots of other suggestions if you want to DM me.

Comment 13 Feb 2019

I wouldn't consider myself a big theater buff but I lived in NYC for 11 years and saw ~20 Broadway shows and a bunch of off-Broadway stuff, and have seen a bunch of stuff here in DC over the last 9 years. 

My wife and I saw Hamilton twice here in DC and were totally blown away by it.  We were literally buzzing for days afterward, and we listen to the soundtrack with our kids all the time.  We plan to see it again in NYC and elsewhere when we can. It's a bummer how pricey tickets are, though you can sign up to win free tickets via the Hamilton app.

Comment 08 Jan 2017

how do we know this took the staff off guard?  not doubting you, I just hadn't seen any reports to that effect.

Comment 04 Jan 2017

Totally agree.  And the weak performance against NW came after Urban promised an "angry" team in the wake of the PSU loss.  As I recall, the O's performance against NW was hardly "angry," maybe "mildly peeved" at best...

Comment 26 Nov 2016

not sure if i can embed this, but it sure looks like he did in this video at 32 seconds.  and then the refs sure were pointing at peepers as he was walking...

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Comment 03 Nov 2016

i live in DC and have tickets but who I go with depends on kickoff time - if noon, taking my young son; if 3:30, taking a buddy.  would be nice to plan ahead!

Comment 12 Jul 2016

we need to know more about the context and circumstances surrounding each person's out of court statement.  technically speaking, McQueary's statement could be admissible as evidence if each of the original speaker's statements (Schiano and Bradley) were found to fall into one of the exceptions to the general rule against admitting hearsay as evidence.    

Comment 12 Jul 2016

this is why there is a general rule that hearsay (or in this case, double hearsay) is not admitted as evidence of the truth of the matter asserted: the original speaker(s) are not present and able to be cross-examined about their original statements.