Menexenus's picture


Columbus, OH

MEMBER SINCE   July 23, 2011

Season ticket holder - this year we're in section 20B. I usually attend 2 away games each season. This year we are traveling to Indiana and Nebraska (plus the Big Ten Chmapionship Game).


  • SPORTS MOMENT: When the sousaphone player who dotted the "i" at the beginning of the 2009 USC game looked down, saw the camera man in his way, and did his sousaphone-twirling bow anyway, smacking the crap out of that camera. That dumbass camera man should have known better than get in the way of a man dotting the "i"!
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Bluejackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: We saved the Crew!

Recent Activity

Comment 28 Feb 2019
Never leave us Ramzy. You complete us!
Comment 28 Feb 2019
That's one of the coolest "well, actually"s I've read on this site!
Comment 02 Sep 2018
What stood out to me was #23 on defense getting simply TORCHED for long TDs, once by a receiver and once by a running back. I mean, those guys just ran by him; he couldn't keep up. I looked him up, and I believe that was Jahsen Wint. I get that he's new, but I'm just talking about foot speed here. Never thought I'd be worried about speed in the Buckeye secondary ever again...
Comment 20 Jul 2018
Been following your work regularly since 2011. Followed you to Landgrantholyland and back again. When I heard the news you were leaving 11W, I was sad, of course. But I consoled myself that I could still follow you on Twitter. But now I see you've deleted your @marion_ohio account! And now I'm truly panicking! DJ, what's the best way for fans like me to stay in touch/continue stalking you???
Comment 10 Jul 2018
Andy, I'm with you on 4, 5, and 8. David, if your whole 15 page research paper can be debunked by the realization that star athletes "didn't have to" accept their place in the only system available to them, then that must have been one shitty research paper! People "don't have to" work in sweat shops. Does that make the system of sweat shop labor just? People "didn't have to" become indentured servants. Did that make the system of indentured servitude just? Black people in the segregated South "didn't have to" ride the bus. Did that make forcing them to sit in the back of the bus a just policy? I'm sorry, but your argument is nonsense.