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Killer nuts


MEMBER SINCE   November 30, 2012

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Beating M*chigan in the 1 vs 2 game
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Ted Ginn
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Aaron Craft
  • NFL TEAM: Giants
  • NBA TEAM: Knicks
  • MLB TEAM: Yankees

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Comment 03 Feb 2020

They did their job and busted their asses just the same as everyone else in practice and they're team wone the whole damn thing after their help and preparation

My man is really gonna bag on Kyle Young for a typo and then write this sentence? I kid of course, publishing an article every day would lead to typos for anyone involved, keep up the good work

Comment 02 Dec 2019

I think if the back followed 74 on that play he would have picked up the first down but not much more. If you look, both Borland and Fuller are just mirroring the backs movement and are unblocked, if the back ran to the hole one of those guys would have taken on the blocker and the other would've been there to make the tackle. That clip makes for funny viewing though

Comment 27 Nov 2019

It's an odd phenomenon but even though the best bourbons tend to be made in Kentucky, Kentucky is also one of the hardest places to find the good bourbons on retail shelves. The problem is that too many people in Kentucky know about good bourbons so rare bottles don't last on the shelves if they ever make it there in the first place. More often they are raffled off. 

I enjoy a good bourbon hunt when outside of the Commonwealth and I am pleased to report I recently procured two bottles of the elusive Weller 12 year at a retail price of about ~$35 (not the $350 Ramzy quoted courtesy of the outrageous bourbon secondary market) in a friendly southern state that prefers to drink alternative whiskeys. 

The benefit of being around Kentucky is the bars/restaurants have all the great bourbons but unfortunately the liquor stores do not. 

Comment 31 Oct 2018

Ramzy, you discuss a lot of bourbons that are for all intents and purposes impossible to get one's hands on... I'm curious, how do you go about procuring these gems? Do you treat yourself to expensive pours at bourbon bars or do you have an "in" in the distillery business that allows you to own some of these bottles?