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MEMBER SINCE   March 05, 2013

The Ohio State University class of 2015.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Watching B. Miller beat Wisconsin at the shoe as a freshman during the lost year, Being a student during the beginning of the Urban Era and the UNDISPUTED National Championship.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Anthony "Gonzo" Gonzalez, Mike Doss, EZE, Darren Lee, and Braxton Miller needs more touches
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jake Lorbach or Jamar Butler, 3'Angelo Russell as a runner up
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: The Cincinnati Redlegs
  • SOCCER TEAM: Bayern Munchen

Recent Activity

Comment 14 May 2019

And I still strongly dislike Dan Fouts for being bad at his job to this day. He’s either 1.) Biased, and was pulling for Miami, or 2.) he’s blind and doesn’t know anything about football. The call was about the fact gamble was held before he got to the endzone. Everyone always shows the wrong part of the play (this clip included). 

Comment 06 Mar 2016

Not trying to stifle belief or what not, but as a sidebar, I don't think we as modern men give ancient man enough credit.  Ancient man achieved some astounding feats of engineering, some of which we still dont know how they did it, and they did it without the accrued knowledge of thousands of years of civilization.  They couldn't just fire up the ole laptop and see how the other ancients built there pyramids to see how to do it best.  They just had to go for it.  Mad Props

Comment 28 Feb 2016

It pisses me off to no end that he can get away with avoiding tough questions from the media by just bringing his daughter up on stage with him.  Then if a media member complains about the focus of the presser, people crucify them for not "loving Steph's cute kid".  It's a stupid double standard and I hate it!

Comment 28 Feb 2016

Not gonna lie, I think the idea of some kind of native ape/man, living in small groups in the vast expanses of the pacific North West, is more probable than you think.  

1.  I think people underestimate the sheer vastness of the wilds in Canada and Alaska. 

2. There has been compelling testimony from respected individuals in the forestry and naturalistic fields (i.e, Les Stroud)

3. Most (if not all) Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest have some sort of "Sasquatch" legend, although they don't treat it as a legend.

Comment 28 Feb 2016

I think we would be extremely naive to believe that we have even a sound grasp on the vastness and complexity of our world.  Hell, up until 15 years ago we had absolutely no solid proof that Giant Squid's existed.  I think there is a lot out there that we honestly at this point couldn't even comprehend.  That doesn't mean I believe every single old wive's tale that comes across the board, but usually when there's a lot of smoke, there's some kind of fire.