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NativeSon


Cincinnati (via Cincinnati )

MEMBER SINCE   July 25, 2017

UC graduate. Been an OSU fan my entire life.

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Comment 02 Jan 2020

4 super conferences, 16 teams per conference, two 8 team divisions, based primarily on region. Each team plays their 7 division opponents and 2 crossovers, which equals 9 conference games and puts each conference on a level playing field. 3 OOC games against other powers conference/group of 5 teams. No FCS opponents/ no OOC games after week 5 (beucase SEC). Makes schedules consistent. 

Each division winner will play in their conference championship game which will serve as a quarter final for a championship. If you don’t win your division then you’re out of luck. After 4 championships the teams are reranked 1-4 then the playoff will happen as it does now. Keep the bowl system the same for the teams who don’t make it to the championship round.

Also, allow the group of 5 teams to play for their own national championship, and allow relegation for football so teams like UCF or Boise St could potentially have their shot. I’m sure there’s a ton of problems I haven’t thought of but seems like a decent system.

Comment 29 Dec 2019

Currently doing projects around the house so we can sell it and upgrade to a bigger house. After the move, hopefully by the end of January, I will focus on lifting heavier weights while losing body fat. 

Comment 28 Dec 2019

Got ribs and chicken smoking now... will be ready around the time the game kicks off.

Comment 20 Dec 2019

IIRC, it refers to the zip code 45215 which includes Lincoln Heights amongst other neighborhoods... Lincoln Heights is a rough part of town. Brother worked there in the mid 2000s... got robbed at gun point and shot at amongst other things. Knew plenty of awesome people from there though so I don’t want to characterize everyone that comes out of there based on the actions of a few shitheads. 

Comment 17 Dec 2019

Ship him down 71 to the Bungals... he’ll fit right in given the recent players we’ve had. 

Comment 14 Dec 2019

As many have said WiFi was awesome... I went to the PSU game and when Fields fumbled on the goal line I was able to just pull the game up on my phone to watch the replays. I didn’t notice the DJ. We have a live DJ at UC as well and I always notice him there. 

Comment 13 Dec 2019

Maybe you’ve never heard or repeat offenders? The article doesn’t say 20% of men will assault women, it says around 20% percent of women will be assaulted. I look forward to you using your research experience in picking apart this article though. Can’t even keep your problems with it consistent. How’s googling belief perseverance going? I cited the definitions the authors used. Your post above said brush ups against in the bar and shoulder touches amongst other things. I get it, reading is hard. Comprehending is hard. Blindly attacking so much you can’t keep your accusations straight is easy though.

Comment 13 Dec 2019

While we are at it for the purpose of the research the researchers defined sexual assault as sexual penetration or sexual touching obtained by coercion/threat of force or incapacitation.  Much more than the minimized should touch or brush up against bars. But yeah go ahead and “destroy” “the” “credibility” of this study by making random accusations. Bruh read it like I did before I posted it and get back to me.

Comment 13 Dec 2019

Also, the cited article doesn’t address women throughout their lifespan. Only in college. It doesn’t look at sexual assault of children, teens or woman that don’t attend college. It just says that if you’re a woman that attend college you got a 1/5 shot of having to deal with trauma via being sexually assaulted. You probably would have known that had you actually read it.

Comment 13 Dec 2019

As mentioned above, a university has a burden of proof of preponderance of the evidence, not proof beyond a reasonable doubt. Preponderance of the evidence would be a 50.01% chance it happened, not .0001% it didn’t. He was never criminally charged. A university doesn’t need a criminal charge to expel a student. 

Comment 13 Dec 2019

The statistic cited is 20%, not 25%. But I get it, reading comprehension can be hard for some people. Apparently so can empirical, peer reviewed evidence. How about you read the linked article, and pick out specific shortcomings of the research to attack it rather than just making shit up. While you’re at it, google believe perseverance because that seems to be what you probably suffer from. 

Comment 13 Dec 2019

There are way too many cases of sexual assault/IPV that aren’t reported. This article says police reports were filed, but prosecutors didn’t feel like they could prove the cases beyond a reasonable doubt, which is a big part of this. Just because they weren’t provable beyond a reasonable doubt doesn’t mean they didn’t happen. Schools only have the burned of proof of preponderance of the evidence (more likely to have happen than not), which as you noted is lower than the burned of proof in a criminal trial. I read the article early this morning. Given my experience, both personally and professionally, working with survivors of sexual assault,  the behaviors of the of the women are consistent with those of someone who has suffered that trauma.