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Comment 05 Feb 2020

OLED’s are hands down the best right now, obviously with that budget you also want to go with 4K resolution.  The QLED’s are good, but they don’t compare in my opinion. Main reason being the technology in the QLED isn’t as sophisticated, something to do with how often the pixels have to open and shut to emit light or something along those lines... therefore they don’t produce nearly the black levels or the contrast as the OLED. 

The QLED however is a touch brighter, but for overall clarity and picture quality definitely stick with OLED.  Really, it’s hard to go wrong with Samsung or Sony. The new Sony’s look amazing on display.  And If you want something that’s quality and a bit more on budget LG makes a great panel. 

Comment 27 Aug 2019

Use bacon grease instead of vegetable oil or whatever when you first start sweating your onions, garlic etc.  The bacon fat adds an amazing flavor to the chili especially when the onions get cooked down in it. 

As somebody else mentioned, liquid smoke adds some flavor. It’s very strong though so literally just a few dashes is all you need.  I also use dark beer in my chili.  Guinness works very well, I put a full can in for the pot I make. The beer gives a nice flavor profile. Negro modelo works great.  Most ambers also do well.  

Also, brown sugar.  It adds a perfect balance of sweet to go along with how spicy the chili is. Just season to taste.  Sometimes I end up putting a half cup or so in mine.   

Cocoa powder, a tablespoon.  Adds to the richness of the chili and compliments the flavors like the dark beer, etc.

Comment 10 Aug 2019

This first 30 min crap is garbage and they don’t allow you guys to see anything anyway often times sticking you on the opposite end of the field of the players, it’s all calculated..  It’s not like they are game planning for FAU right now.  They also were supposed to allow media to see an entire practice a few days ago and revoked it.  Not cool. 

Comment 05 Aug 2019

I’m simply miffed how OSU isn’t attracting the best of the best at the RB position.  I just cant understand it.  Top-10 Rbs should be lining up at the door to play here.  The tradition of backs, a platform to perform on the brightest stage, competing for titles every season, coach Days offense and the extension of Meyers program continuing on.  It’s a head scratcher for sure. Running back at Ohio State is a special thing, we should never be in jeopardy of getting high priority commitments. 

Comment 02 Aug 2019

It’s strictly a size thing with BB.  He provides a spark in there but he’s not an every down player because he’s undersized.  He gets moved off the ball too much by these mammoth OGs.  Great for passing rushing and situational downs though. 

Comment 29 Jul 2019

What I don’t get is why commit to OSU then? If you were raised by the grandparents and so close to them, why wouldn’t distance have been a bigger priority from the beginning? 

Comment 29 Jul 2019

I didn’t like Preacher.  Maybe the first season was too slow or bizarre for me, but I didn’t keep watching after that.  Just didn’t find it very appealing.  It’s possible it got a lot better in future seasons, but I moved on to other stuff. 

Comment 26 Jul 2019

Chris, I agree about the phone experience.  I use my phone a bit during games to check scores or occasionally text a friend, etc.. and that’s all fine and dandy.  If your going to use it of course it’s more enjoyable to have better service with faster results.  

On the other side, I can only speak for myself but I think there’s two different arguments being made here.  I don’t see anything wrong at all with using your phone at the stadium, however I totally get Fitz’s stance as well.  He makes some good life points about people caring about social media status and to actually take the experience in. I personally think that kind of stuff is important, but to each their own. 

Comment 26 Jul 2019

Love the traditional uni’s but I like seeing alternates for one or two games per season, they add a little excitement and the recruits enjoy them.