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MEMBER SINCE   July 29, 2015


  • SPORTS MOMENT: 85 yards through the heart of the south
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Haven't paid attention since Sullinger
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Clowns
  • NHL TEAM: Blackhawks Dynasty
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Windians

Recent Activity

Comment 29 Sep 2020

If Brady got drafted by the Browns would the Browns be super bowl caliber like the pats were or would Brady have been out of the league after a few years like every other Browns QB?

Comment 26 Sep 2020

Not true. Many scientists believe humans are meant to be herbivores based on the shape of our teeth (compared to a shark or lion). Furthermore - most of the proteins found in animals are actually directly from the grass and grain THEY consume as part of their diet. Most of of the meat Americans consume is factory farmed and low quality. 

I do agree that access to fresh produce and the foods required to maintain a vegan diet is not accessible to everyone - and this is a sad sad thing. 

Comment 24 Sep 2020

That is a good point. I have no problem paying for or drinking a blend as long as the price is right. This practice also helps new distilleries get off the ground or help them stay afloat during tough times. 

Comment 24 Sep 2020

I find it to be a bit deceptive if 5 different companies are bottling the same bourbon and selling it under a different brand in a different bottle. 

Comment 24 Sep 2020

Please don't over pay for a bottle of Bourbon - the quality increase in a bottle over the $40 range is marginal -  you are being taken advantage of. Price does not correlate to quality in this industry. Marketing and advertising have made us think the more we pay the better the bourbon.  

Also make sure you are buying a bourbon that is distilled and bottle on site. A lot of companies buy other peoples bourbon, bottle it and sell it (Bulleit). There are 3 or 4 huge distillers that supply 80% of the industry with bourbon to blend and bottle. 

Woodford Reserve for me. 

Comment 14 Sep 2020

The NFL needs to figure out a way make it easier for teams like the Browns to be competitive with the rest of the league - re think the draft setup? Maybe teams like the Browns get more picks? Salary cap? Maybe they can offer special terms in a contract. 

It might take something like league policy change for this organization to ever see success. 

After the Haslem experience I have little faith another ownership change would help the franchise - The Browns don't seem like a great investment. 

Comment 13 Sep 2020

Football is more popular and it's not close. It's a shame because baseball is a great game  and a huge part of our history and culture. Baseball has become more international and it's become a niche sport with a cult like fan base.