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Kinghellvis


from Columbus Ohio

MEMBER SINCE   April 29, 2013

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2002 National Championship
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Redd

Recent Activity

Comment 16 Jul 2019

I did my research about 2 years ago and got the 2014 Rav4.  I highly recommend this car for kids.  You will find getting kids in and out of a sedan taxing on the back.  Smaller SUV’s are great and the used rav4 market has competitive deals around Columbus.  

Comment 26 Jun 2019

Detroit is making a come back economically speaking. It takes time but The Rock City is on the incline. 

Comment 25 May 2019

I wanted to be Vivian Campbell when I was 14 years old.  I fake/copied those riffs a thousand times in my bedroom while rocking this on a Maxwell cassette copy.  I also had a live version copied off the radio from WTUE King Biscuit Flower Hour.  

“We Rock”

\m/

Comment 03 Apr 2019

I have bought and sold tickets on Craigslist with good success.  Typically face value but I am always pleasantly surprised to do commerce with people from CL as I have heard horror stories.

Comment 22 Mar 2019

Did you hike any of it Bro?  I visited back in 1986 or 87 and we hiked to the bottom and back.    I had a different reaction and was surprised at how truly awe inspiring the canyon is.

Comment 26 Feb 2019

Mine is the name of a punk -Elvis cover band I was going to start with my brother.  The idea was a take on Dread Zeppelin.  The lead singer would impersonate Elvis but have a punk rock/Sex Pistols attitude.  We had two name/band ideas pElvis for punk-Elvis or Kinghellvis  (think King Diamond and Elvis merged into one).  The band never got off the ground as we could not find our "pelvis" or "Kinghellvis".  \m/

Comment 20 Feb 2019

Hang in there and keep kicking ass 11 Warrior brother.  We are all pulling for you.

Comment 03 Feb 2019

There are plenty of great Genesis records post Gabriel. Though there are plenty in the late 90’s that are not my cup of tea. 

Comment 03 Feb 2019

Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders.  A metaphysical tale of President Lincoln visiting his deceased son Willie just after his death.  It’s not the easiest read as it’s more like a play, but interesting nonetheless.