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Somewhere in the nether regions of the 419 (via Harbor Hills, OH)

MEMBER SINCE   July 05, 2014


  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Toss-up between Eddie & Spiels
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Adam Morrison, simply for the epic porn 'stache. Oh, you're being serious? Clark Kellogg
  • NFL TEAM: Long-suffering Brownies fan
  • NHL TEAM: Not sure I could even tell you what a blue line is
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Would rather watch paint dry
  • SOCCER TEAM: Seriously?

Recent Activity

Comment 06 Aug 2020

I think it's even more glorious than anyone is giving it credit for. Check out the left gunner -- he takes 2 or 3 steps and turns toward the punter. He was expecting a pass.

Yes -- Crazy Jimmy had the fake punt on, completely out-thinking himself. Woulda worked too, but punter boy had the hand yips.

Quite possibly the most Harbaugh thing ever.

Comment 26 Jun 2020

Would love to.

Comment 25 Jun 2020

Very cool about the Licking County Scramble. I played in quite a few of those years ago, and never heard of any aces. And if memory serves, skins paid pretty well. My team's best finish was solo 2nd, with 1 of 2 skins out. Seem to recall picking up some spending cash that day.

I was lucky enough to manage the albatross on #6 and eagled #2 after driving the green (my back hurts just thinking about how I could turn back in the day). Pretty much my only claims to fame on that track.

Congrats on your pair of eagles on #9. I would kill to make birdie at that hole (but rarely did). 

Comment 21 Jun 2020

Congrats, MN! It's a great feeling.

I played a ton of golf growing up and was well into my 30s before my first (and only) hole in one.

I was always afraid if I ever got one, it would be a shank off a rock, rattle around in a tree, bounce off a garbage can, roll through a bunker and then in. But I actually caught it pretty sweet.

So I got that goin' for me. Which is nice. Here's to many more!

Comment 21 Jun 2020

#7 at HHCC?

It's where I had my one and only.

Comment 19 Jun 2020

When my tiny brain sees an employer making it clear that an employee's services will not continue, it sounds like a firing.

But there are, like, 1.1 million reasons to call it a mutual separation.

Comment 29 May 2020

I understand the sentiment '02, but I believe commenting will be positive.

And if someone steps out of line, I have every confidence the community will police said offender in an appropriate manner.

Sort of a microcosm of my hope for our nation, and this world. Acceptance (or avoidance) on any level of the behavior that ended the life of George Floyd needs to end, now.