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from Gallipolis, Ohio

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Comment 15 Jun 2017

Pete violated the only rule in baseball that you can't break.  Pete knew it and thought he was above the rules like with so many other things he did.  He got caught and lied about it for years.  A lot of old timers don't think he should be in the HoF.  If he gets in, it won't be after Pete dies.  It will be after the old timers die ..... IMHO.

[BTW, I was a huge Pete Rose and Big Red Machine fan growing up.]

Comment 22 Dec 2016

What a load of horse hockey.  That girl did not 'ASSAULT Mixon'.  She didn't hurt him in the slightest.  Mixon decked her and ran.  The whole thing was just chickenshit on his part.  Can't believe he did not spend some serious time in jail.

Comment 23 Oct 2016

^^^ This.  I understand why we spread  the field but why do we put Weber out wide?  This makes no sense to me.

Comment 04 Mar 2016

Concur with Kbonay on Maui less the restroom experience.   Would recommend dinner at Merryman's.  We did our 25th anniversary there at sunset.   Expensive but worth it.   

Comment 07 Feb 2016

Tank - Sorry but this is just wrong.  The Browns had a great, respected offensive line.  Those of us old enough to remember Schafrath and Hickerson also know that Leroy Kelly stepped right in and had great years behind that line.  But Jim Brown was without a doubt the best running back ever.  Read this article written last fall:


This quote talks about their O-line:

Brown also had a historically dominant offensive line with whom to share that knowledge. Paul Brown’s long-time offensive line coach was Frederick K. (Fritz) Heisler, a studious tactician who was among the first teachers of the system that came to be known as zone blocking. In Jim Brown’s early years in Cleveland, Heisler’s line included future Hall of Fame tackle Mike McCormack and future Hall of Fame coach Chuck Noll. Paul Brown was fired by Modell after the 1962 season, in part because of a player insurrection led by Jim Brown, who felt that Paul Brown’s offense had become predictable. Heisler stayed on under new coach Blanton Collier, and built the offensive line—tackles Dick Schafrath and Monte Clark, guards Wooten and Gene Hickerson and center John Morrow—that formed the foundation of the ’64 championship team. “People say Lombardi started ‘Run to Daylight,’ ” says Wooten. “Really it was Fritz Heisler. Go look at Jim’s long runs, the 50- and 60-yarders. Run to daylight, just like Lombardi’s teams, except it was Jim Brown.” In 1963, Brown rushed for 1,863 yards, breaking his own single-season record by 356 yards (albeit in 14 games, rather than 12); the record stood for a decade, until O.J. Simpson rushed for 2,003 yards. Wooten says, “Jim came out of a lot of games early in 1963. I wish we could have kept him in those games. The way we had it going, he would have rushed for 2,500 yards and nobody would ever have broken that record.”

Comment 06 Feb 2016
Home Run Inn but Gino's East is also good. You can also find Lou Malnati's but it is not as good as the real thing.
Comment 05 Feb 2016

Screw blue.   Screw Hairball.   And while I'm at it,  screw Ric  Flair.   Woo! 

Comment 27 Jan 2016

Rangefinder.   GPS is only better when you have a blind shot.  Got one for Father's Day several years ago and my GPS never saw the light of day after that  ...

Comment 10 Jan 2016

I have only seen them once and it was a great show.   But the guitarist didn't quite have the mad skills of Larry Carlton.   Then when they were about to do a second encore song, Fagen  just walked off. Becker looked at the band, shrugged,  and that was it.  I'm a big fan so I that just sucked. Donald must be more than a bit eccentric. 

Comment 15 Nov 2015

Look for Henry to have a big game statistically next week vs. Charleston Southern.  Zeke will need to have a couple of big games the next two weeks.