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Atlanta, GA (via Youngstown, OH)

Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog

Long time Buckeye fan. Teach chess in an after-school program in Atlanta. Raised in NE Ohio. YSU grad. Aspiring medical botanical caregiver. Love the kayak.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 OSU Buckeyes National Championship Overtime Win
  • NFL TEAM: Browns :-(
  • NHL TEAM: Red Wings
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: USA Men's and Women's

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Sep 2016

Hey Johnny,

Enjoying the Dubcast as much as ever. Love your taste in bands too. For a long time I thought "Little Feat," one of my favorite rock and roll bands, was a southern rock band based on tracks like "Dixie Chicken" and "Oh, Atlanta." Then I read the Lowell George bio on Pandora, and was surprised to learn that he and "Little Feat" hailed from San Fransisco! Go figure.

Comment 25 Sep 2015

Eric, nice breakdown of the Statistical Comparison for each team at this point but, from my count, of bold-text entries, I have it 13-5, in favor of the Buckeyes. The bottom line from above has the totals at 11-8, in favor of the Bucks. Not a big deal, just wondering if I'm not awake yet, or my simple math skills are on the decline?

Comment 29 Jul 2015

How's Australia not even on the map? Just wondering. Obviously, we've had a couple kickers from there, so I just thought perhaps one of the families has at least one fan. Right?

Comment 01 Jul 2015

I was part of a clunky fund raising interview, at a radio station, once upon a time. Talking to the host before we went on the air, everything was cool. Good rapport, and comfort level. However, the headset I was given at the last minute wasn't working, so I didn't hear the first question, and asked the host to repeat the question. The request seemed to unnerve the host, and unfortunately, the rest of the interview felt uncomfortable.

And thank goodness the guy didn't go off like Cowherd!

My take is the Harbaugh interview went south after Harbaugh confused the context of "buy" with "bye." Simple mistake but, I think when things like that happen to certain egotistical radio hosts, they may feel like the audience is going to hear it like it's their (radio host's) fault, so they start acting-out, so to speak.

In any case, Harbaugh is likely to get more press out of this, than if it went well, which may have been his aim in the first place. Crazy like a fox? Or just crazy?