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March 16, 2015 8:59 am at 8:59 am in reply to: Caddy's Delight Virtual Golf Lounge / Miner 49er Blacklight Mini Golf #1067411
Agreed 100% on the liquor license. At least BYOB.
When this place opens, I might actually start golfing a bit again. Now that I have kids, it would be nice to play a golf-facsimile that doesn’t take 6 damn hours and leave you broke, exhausted, and sunburnt (usually).March 15, 2015 6:30 pm at 6:30 pm in reply to: Caddy's Delight Virtual Golf Lounge / Miner 49er Blacklight Mini Golf #1067389
The Watching Grandview guy has a post up about it.
So, how does this effect the long-rumored possibility of moving the stadium downtown? And will Nationwide throw a shit fit to stop another insurance company’s stadium from moving down the street from NWA?
<p>Folks, if transit was issue Columbus would not have been a finalist.The DNC decision came down to politics and money.</p>— Lucas Sullivan (@DispatchSully) February 12, 2015February 9, 2015 4:29 pm at 4:29 pm in reply to: Marriage Equality, Same-Sex Marriage & LGBT Equality in Ohio #1062814
<div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>Walker Evans wrote:</div>
Congrats to the State of Ohio for being less tolerant than Alabama.
That’s not exactly fair. It wasn’t the state, it was the 6th Circuit. From what I understand, a majority of Ohioans support it. If there was a vote today, there is little doubt that the population would overturn the ban. If a vote had been held in Alabama, I doubt the same would’ve been true.
Thank you! Not to mention, the Sixth Circuit’s decision in Ohio set up the “split” in the circuits leading to the pending SCOTUS case.
So, if SCOTUS rules in favor of marriage equality, the case in Ohio would have the ironic effect of hastening equality nationwide.
Someone from the Bud plant?
I highly recommend the 30 for 30 episode on Tressel and Clarett (“Youngstown Boys”).
I’m not a huge fan of either man necessarily, but after years of media coverage portraying Clarett as almost a cartoon villain, its refreshing to see a take on Clarett as a complete person, without veering into hagiography like many sports docs.
Clarett went way up in my book after that episode. Tressel, on the other hand, went way down. Slick and slimey. “The Senator” indeed.
Also, the 30 for 30 is totally worth it for the story about Jim Brown calling out Andy Geiger.
Is Rude Dog on Third closed?
Drove by last night and the lights were out and the windows were papered over.
Maybe so, but some of the modernizing, user-friendly upgrades are so obvious that its amazing they haven’t been implemented yet.
Here’s a fun example: Skyhorse, our local Chinatown bus service, sells tickets online.
But you still can’t buy a COTA pass online. I know the one is quite a bit more complex than the other, but, like, come on. It’s 2015. For real.January 27, 2015 12:58 pm at 12:58 pm in reply to: Millennials, Gen Y, The Suburbs and The National Housing Crisis #1060889
That eighties-era split-level is in a good school district tho…
Consider buying a Motorola SB6141:
Even at full retail, you’ll save over your lease payment in a little over a year.
They go on ebay for like $60-70ish, so even if you change internet service, you’ll still probably come out ahead factoring in resell value.
Shifting gears, the news came out today that the NCAA is restoring all 111 Penn State wins that were vacated during the Paterno era. The NCAA previously rolled back the sanctions by restoring some of the cut scholarships and lifting the bowl ban early.
Is it time for OSU to restore the “self-vacated” wins from the 2010 season and lift Tressel’s show-cause penalty?
Plus he has a kid. Diapers and formula are expensive, and the kid needs them now, not 2 years from now.
Ironic plot twist: Cardale Jones announces he is returning to OSU for 2015-16 season wearing “Cardale 12 gauge OSU” T-shirt, sparking NCAA investigation ultimately resulting in Cardale being suspended for 2015-16 season.