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Thurston, Ohio (via Columbus, Ohio )

MEMBER SINCE   May 05, 2013


  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds

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Comment 07 Apr 2020

For me, every win over ttun has savory moments.

Let me put it this way: I have six children, 3 boys and 3 girls.  They all are my favorites, and they are all different, each one is a jewel in my crown of life.

So that is as close as I can come to putting it into words. 

Comment 05 Apr 2020

I have seen Luther in public with Kaleb Wesson.  Maybe Wesson leaving left Muhammed in a place where he felt like transfer was the best option.  I am totally speculating here.  We may never really know the reason behind this transfer. 

I wish the young man well. 

Comment 04 Apr 2020

they should put an increased focus on saving small businesses as much as they want to bail out bloated behemoths like the airline and cruise line industries, that's an argument I can get behind.

Yes. 100% agree. 

No business is too big to fail.  If a need exists for that good or service it will be met as long as there is a free-market economy as the generator.  Going out of business and losing jobs hurts, but as long as people have talent and ideas and experience there will be opportunity. 

Small business is really the lifeblood of our economy, the source of most true innovation and ideas, and provider of opportunity and experience for many.

I wish you and your wife well. 

Comment 04 Apr 2020

Agreed with that.

My comment was not meant to be flippant, but in rereading it I can see how it can be taken that way.  

No matter the origin and circumstances of this virus, it is evidently a threat to life and health worldwide.  In the case of all such threats, it would be better that they should be absent. 

Some are a result of purposeful choice, others like this virus leave us with  choices to make to increase our chances of survival with no guarantees. 

My observation of the irony that something so small as to be invisible to the naked eye can cause such a large disruption is in poor taste at best.  Apologies.