Yes sir it is!
It would appear this is the best/only offer, so yes, as long as we get shipping worked out, I would take 25$.
The links are merely to show the product I am selling.
This absolutely works! Check it out and let me know.
Lol, I went and doubled checked, and it took me to the hoodie! I wouldn't put it past me to mess it up though.
Haha, I wish man.
Dobbins by 72
I apologize for any duplicates, but what are you hearing about Justin Flowe. He is probably considered a LONG shot now as he has barely mentioned anything about the Buckeyes, but I read on the rivals page yesterday that he was interested in using one his visits to travel to Columbus. And today Birm had an article on LTR. Was a little surprised to see nothing written about him here. Is that because its a pipe dream?? I am sure he has been mentioned somewhere in some space of the comments in the last 48 hours but I haven't been able to catch it!
Late to this like always. Born in 1990 and grew up with a lot of older siblings and parents from the 60s.
So early on when the kids at school were into backstreat or nsync I was listening to Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Jackson Browne, Simon and Garfunkel, James Taylor at home because that is what mom had on.
In the high school days I loved the 90s grunge scene and because of sports and the weight lifting that came with it I had my share of rock/heavy rock: We would blare Mudvayne, Slipknot, Pantera, ACDC, Rage Against the Machine..anything loud to get us pumped. Today, I can't even hear most of that on the radio without changing stations immediately (ok I still love RAGE).
College I was all over the place but when back to the classic rock: Zep, The Doors, Jimi, The Who, Pink Floyd, CCR, Cream...
The last 10 years or so I have still been stuck in the past, but diving deeper. Really got stuck on the BLUES and the "guitar gods". I tend to listen to a band and go in a stretch where I just play them too much and then move on to the next.. Van Morrison, The Band, Michael Bloomfield (love his stuff w/dylan, Paul Butterfield Blues Band and Super Sess), DUANE ALLMAN-(probably spent a year on Duane and his stuff with the Allman bros, and all of his session work.) Probably listened to Derek and Dom Layla album 100+ times.. Roy Buchanon (Wow..is all i have to say), Stevie Ray Vaughan!!!!!! RORY GALLAGHER- is where I am currently. He is just amazing. Hard not to fall in love with this dude.
If anyone wants to listen to about an hour of complete grooviness please check out:
This band is tight!!!!!!
Colin: With such a loaded, young roster upcoming, are you worried at all about possibility of transfers (too many options, not enough space)? Seems like the norm in todays basketball. I really hope not, but I could see Ledee thinking about it if he gets passed over by the two fresh for PT.
I agree! Who in the music industry is original without ANY influence from others?
Did Jack ever have to defend himself from Willie McTell or any other founding blues artist??
I just read an article on rivals about Jaheim Thomas and his interest in Purdue, and others. The main take-away, for me, was that early playing time is going to be a MAJOR factor in his decision. Lets hope not too major, because I don't see him coming in playing year right away and I don't want to see this kid at Kentucky or any other poacher.
Man, after reading all of the comments, I thought some interesting convos were brought up. And its hard not to try to defend yourself on each persons comments. But reading yours made my day! I go check out barstool sports and their comment section will make you sick.
Man, I do love me some Mike Weber. So tough, so well spoken. He handles himself nicely.
I was wondering if people wouldn't join just because it was on the ESPN's site.. But then again, for a chance at free Buckeye gear, one will do almost anything.