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MEMBER SINCE   December 19, 2017

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Comment 12 hours ago

It's Ok.  I think he missed a better opportunity.

CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) is a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning carbon and organic compounds and by respiration. It is naturally present in air (about 0.03 percent) and is absorbed by plants in photosynthesis.  It's just kinda there.

Now.... CO (Chris Olave / Carbon Monoxide) is harmful when breathed because it displaces oxygen in the blood and deprives the heart, brain and other vital organs of oxygen. Large amounts of CO can overcome you in minutes without warning — causing you to lose consciousness and suffocate.  It's  a silent killer!

Would you rather be known as an inert gas, or as a silent, lethal killer? 

Comment 12 hours ago

Odd.  I didn't see a striped shirt in the bunch!  I guess the LSU referees don't have to work out in the off season?

Comment 19 Feb 2020

"Four in a row 120 years ago"...  Wow!  That is just pathetic that ANY fan base would have to use those statistics to try to justify their existence.  120 years ago, the Wright brothers had not yet flown at Kitty Hawk. (but Michigan won a national championship).  WWI had not yet started, let alone WWII (but Michigan won a national championship).  Henry Ford had not built his first Model T.  (but Michigan won a national championship).

There were no face masks.  The forward pass was illegal.  Most football was played by club teams and intramural teams.  The majority of those 'wins' were not even played against established colleges or universities at that time.  (but Michigan won a national championship).  There were only 45 states in existence. (but Michigan won a national championship).

All you can cling to is that Michigan had an good, established, club football team.  That's all!  It just means that you're old!  Those 'national championships' carry no more meaning a woman winning the prom queen when she was the only woman in the school.

Try counting Michigan wins and 'national championships' since... I don't know... post WWI?  Your really need help.  Trying to claim national championships from a century ago, and implying that they carry the same weight as today is probably a form of mental illness.  Get yourself some help!

Comment 19 Feb 2020

I thought you were going to say: "Throwing large sums of money at their pharmacist".


Comment 19 Feb 2020

Jake Butt?  The same Jake Butt that has already had three ACL injuries in his career?  Why wouldn't he want to go to the team up north?  Jake wore 88 at TTUN.  If you split the 8's horizontally, you end up with FOUR ZEROS... as in, his record versus Ohio State, 0 - 4.  Oh, let's count his Big 10 eastern division championships, his Big 10 championships, and his playoff appearances (let alone his playoff wins).  Yep!   Still a big fat ZERO.  

Need any more reasons NOT to go to TTUN? 

Comment 17 Feb 2020

The original cool...


Magnum P.I. cool


Clint Eastwood War Movie cool


Comment 14 Feb 2020

Being a Yankee, and never heard of someone loving hard boiled nuts, I was feeling sympathy for you having to endure dipping you nuts into boiling water, or oil, for the pleasure of your wife.  I'm glad you cleared that up!  Just for fun, you should ask them if they stock any hard boiled buckeye nuts.

Comment 14 Feb 2020

"He never made a football move after those steps," 

Tell Einstein that three steps IS a football move.   It doesn't have to be towards the goal line.  If he doesn't think it is, have him explain HOW a receiver who catches it at the 20 yard line makes it into the end zone without taking any steps? 

Comment 12 Feb 2020

Who's the idiot on the end, with a baseball cap, that can't afford a suit?  Jeez, I'm sure he could have found SOMETHING at the local Goodwill store!

Comment 09 Feb 2020

Every time an OSU player sets a pick, the defenders bracket him.  He rolls to the basket untouched.  I've NEVER seen the guy holding the ball lob a pass to him.  All they do is continue to dribble until one guy defends him and the other guy EVENTUALLY drops back into the key.

Comment 03 Feb 2020

Not going to disagree since this isn't the forum for it.  Tathan wasn't seeing the field at OSU except for some forced goal line packages, when everyone KNEW he was going to run.  He transferred.  Now, he's not seeing the field at Miami.  There's talk about him transferring again, or moving to wide receiver, at a minimum.

You put that up against another running quarterback (when he wasn't injured), who's taller and had a 40 - 2 (or 3), last one wasn't his fault) TD to interception ratio.  What are you seeing that you think Tathan is better?