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Columbus, OH (via Gahanna, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   November 28, 2012


  • SPORTS MOMENT: So hard to pick! The entirety of the 2002 and 2014 seasons were incredible. In 2002, we had weekly suspense, Holy Buckeye, an INT to clinch The Game (back when winning was rare), and a thrilling BCS victory over a team no one gave us a chance against, plus it was my first season in TBDBITL and my first national championship. In 2014, the weekly climb from the loss of Braxton and VT, the Michigan St. revenge game, fighting for a CFP birth, losing JT but holding in The Game then throttling Wisconsin in the B1G championship, and dethroning powerhouses Alabama and Oregon to win the first CFP. Very different years but each epic.
  • NFL TEAM: Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: ZZZzzz...
  • SOCCER TEAM: Crew SC / US National teams

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Comment 06 Oct 2015

But it doesn't make any sense! The whole half-full/empty cup hypothetical assumes you can't change the contents of the cup. And in both cases you are presumed to want the contents of the cup. It just tells whether you focus on the positive (hey, at least I have some) or negative (man, I'm sad there is not more) of a situtation.

Judging by this site (myself included), we're mostly Buckeye pessimists. We focus on the negative (what the crap is going on with this offense?!?!?!) instead of the positive (we are 5-0 with the chance to go 6-0!*) Per Harbaugh, of course we wish we were 5-0 and dropping 50 on everyone! That goes without saying. EDIT: I made this comment before noticing the article considering the Jalin Marshall half-full/empty scenario.

*Sidenote, I forgot about that phrase because we never heard "the best thing about being 4-1 is the chance to go 5-1" last year