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  1. That’s right!!!! We were vacationing as a family. He ordered fried pickles and I think he was the only one who ate them. Ha! That is a nice memory.
  2. Hot drunk co-eds can eat my nachos anytime!!! That was seriously a great weekend. IU-Navy. First HSN tailgate. Carpooling from STL to Bloomington. Meeting a number of others as well. Fond memories no doubt.
  3. Oh wow. I can’t believe it. Eric was a good guy. Thoughts, prayers, and condolences to his family. Hoosier Nation as a whole lost a solid dude. Wow wow wow.
  4. The veil of being a Yankee perhaps?
  5. I’m not sure it matters what the next pitch is. It’s not a one-time use only substance. It’s a sticky foreign substance that allows a pitcher a competitive advantage. I’m surprised how easily some broken rules are swept under the carpet.
  6. Can’t believe there’s been no talk about Gerrit Cole’s fingers sticking to his hat over the weekend.
  7. 12/7/1990. IU vs Niagara. My first ever game at Assembly Hall. I was 11. First ever MLB game. LAD in Cincy. Pete Rose a playing manager. Summer of 1985. I was 6. Attending every home playoff game including the World Series during the Rockies run through Rocktober in 2007. This includes the last regular season game that clinched a one-game playoff with the Padres. And that one-game playoff which the Rockies won in 13. That was an amazing time. The Pinstripe Bowl in NYC vs Duke and meeting my favorite IUFB player ever Antwaan Randle El completely at random as he entered the stadium with us common folk! 2005 AFC Championship at Mile High. Steelers beat the Broncos. Wife is a big Steelers fan and we share a mutual disdain for the donkeys. While these games aren't the most high profile, they are all meaningful and memorable to me in their own right.
  8. Delaware high school athletic association has cancelled all fall sports. So. Yes.
  9. Her life story is fascinating for sure. I love those types of stories.
  10. Camden Yards is my absolute favorite. I love that park. PNC Park is gorgeous. I felt the corridors were a bit narrow (not like old Yankee stadium narrow) but for my tastes narrow. Coors Field is a great place to see a game. I also enjoyed Miller Park (best pre-game atmosphere for a random mid-season game I've been to...and the cheese curds in the park were delish!). Target Field is also very cozy...felt smaller/intimate than other MLB parks I've been to. How could I forget Minute Maid Park. That's a beautiful stadium too. The ease of access in and around Houston made for a great trip.
  11. Some of my favorite books (in no particular order): Ready Player one - Ernest Cline Outlaw Platoon - Sean parnell The Martian - Andy Weir The Boys in the Boat - Daniel James Brown The Turn of the Key - Ruth Ware This Tender Land - William Kent Krueger Bad Blood - John Carreyrou Educated - Tara Westover The Book Thief - Markus Zusak Where Crawdads Sing - Delia Owens The Great Alone - Kristin Hannah The Codling of the American Mind - Jonathan Haidt Only Killers and Thieves - Paul Howarth Indianapolis - The True Story of the Worst Sea Disaster in the US Naval History - Lynn Vincent The Spy and the Traitor - Ben Macintyre
  12. Bogus! Strawberries!? Everyone in Delaware knows that Scrapple is the breakfast choice of the locals. Personally, I won't touch it, but locals love it.
  13. Sorry, I was referencing DTVs satellite interface. I can't speak on their streaming interface.
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