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Major H 12th Warrior

from Raised in Dayton, Ohio.

MEMBER SINCE   August 29, 2016

Retired U.S. Army. Recently returned from 15 years in The Netherlands. Enjoying life in New Port Richey, Florida.


  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnatti Reds

Recent Activity

Comment 17 Jun 2019

May we all learn from their mistakes!

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Your willingness to sacrifice style points in order to keep from scaring the children of the neighborhood is commendable! +1

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Just to be clear, it was my step dad who was the abusive one. Even thinking about him as I type is giving him too much recognition. My father, OTOH, was 15 when he joined the USMC in WWII. Celebrated (?) his 16th birthday on Guadalcanal. Came out of the war with an alcohol problem that plagued him for years. Was able to control it in the late 60s and reached back out to me in the early 70s. Sadly, he was killed by a distracted driver in 1985. 

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Our legacy is not our online footprint... it is made via those little feet that are following us. 

Truer words have never been typed. More folks need to understand that. 

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Il Padrino, sorry if I hit a sour note, but I was thinking about fictional bad dads that usually get a laugh or two, i.e. Homer Simpson. I grew up under the thumb of a very abusive step-father. The main thing I remember from him is how not to act, etc. I had few options as long as he was married to my mom, but once she passed away, I turned my back on him and have not looked back. 

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Who are some of the worst fathers on TV and in the movies? I know this is a click-bait type article, but there are some interesting guys on the list. It starts with Homer Simpson, and includes Tywin Lannister and Darth Vader. So, click if you want, or not.

Any other bad television/movie dads you can think of? 

Comment 16 Jun 2019

Hove, have you even tried socks with sandals? OK, me neither. 

Happy Father's Day everyone!

Comment 16 Jun 2019

First of all, young Donley is a pretty good athlete who needs some work on his route running and Hartline would be a great one to teach him and you can't teach speed. IIRC, Donley's already gotten several offers. He's gonna play somewhere, I don't want a legacy kid to go somewhere else and burn the Buckeyes along the way. One certainly could not dispute his pedigree.

You gave one example of a legacy kid not going on to be a big star, but I think the Buckeyes owe Donley at least a thorough evaluation and then, an offer.  

Edit to add: Not my DV, BTW. I don't agree with you, but you did not violate any site policy. (DVs are not a way to show you disagree with a post.)