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Debate over selling alcohol on Sundays

+1 Jimbo Not to mention the fact that the border states make a sizable sum off people crossing the line to get their alcohol on Sunday.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #4)


Playoffs?! Cincinatti Bengals Prowling For Postseason

If you are a football fan living in Ohio want to be taken seriously, I suggest rooting for the Ohio State Buckeyes as they are the best football team in that particular state. This pains me to say as a U of Michigan football fan (especially these days with Rich Rod calling the shots) but it's true. I may not like them, but they are the only football team in Ohio whose players and coaches I respect. As for a good pro-football team with playoff hopes and ability, I suggest you look east to Pittsburgh or west to Indianapolis. As long as Marvin Lewis calls the shots, mediocrity will be the standard in Cincinnati.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #2)

Connersville, IN


It's fine given the context in which I used it, but it doesn't matter. I just love trolls such as yourself, you make internet forums fun places to visit.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #125)


Lions trade for another wide out

I can't wait until the Lions play Stafford and he gets annihilated by a defensive player like Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, Bob Sanders, Keith Bulluck, Jevon Kearse, Mike Vrabel, or A.J. Hawk. The fact they're paying this guy more money than two of the greatest players ever to play the game (not to mention their collective Superbowl and MVP count) is laughable.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #4)


Nationwide Series COT set to debut in 2010

If this is true, then all I can say is no, no, no, no! I don't like the COT and have been watching more Nationwide series races as a result. Now I see this and can only say, well, at least they can't bastardize the truck series. Or can they? I'm sure that between the piss poor television networks (Fox especially) covering the sport or with Goodyear's help they'll find a way.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #1)


Dale Jr. is to the Earnhardt name what Kyle is to the Pet...

First off, let me start this out that if you're one of those beer guzzling, brain lacking fans who sit at the track and go WOOOOOOOOOOO Junior every time he goes by I'm not going to bother debating with you. As to those who would seek to bring an intellectual discussion forward, I welcome it. For the record, I am a fan of Tony Stewart, and before him I liked both Rusty Wallace and Dale Earnhardt. I also follow IRL, F-1, and ARCA, but not as much as Nascar. To begin, this idea comes from an interesting article I saw (believe it might have been either on Jayski, or in the Nascar Scene) comparing and contrasting both men with their father's and attempting to determine their legacies. Dale Sr. (76) and The King (200) have an impressive resume, with 276 total wins, 8 (7 Petty, 1 Earnhardt) Daytona 500s, 14 Winston Cup Championships and millions of dollars in winnings. This does not include their numerous runner ups, top 5, top 10, or second in the points at the end of the year tallies. On the flip side, we have Dale Jr. (18) and Kyle Petty (8) tallying up a mere 26 wins combined. One of these is June bug's token Daytona 500 win. As for championships, well, like Kyle, Jr. has yet to win and probably won't win a championship. Interestingly enough that despite winning the same number of races that Dale Jr. has (18), his rival for rookie of the year in 2000- Matt Kenseth has won a Daytona 500, AND a Winston Cup (2003). In a way this kinda parallels the racing career of Kyle Petty when compared to fellow 1979 rookie Terry Labonte. Labonte has 2 Cup Championships, and 22 wins to Kyle's 8. Don't get me wrong, I give Dale Jr. his due in that he is a competent race car driver (they all are or they wouldn't be there) but he is by no means good......let alone great.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #1)


Candidates for the third Stewart-Haas car

Kevin Have-a-wreck as a 3rd car for Tony Stewart? While part of me wants to laugh, I must admit as a Tony fan I would find that more pleasant than Brad K. or Truex. With regard to Brad K. is that the #25 Hendrick car will return, just as soon as one of the greatest drivers of the modern era retires- that is of course unless Hendrick moves Johnson and Chad K. to the #24 and gives Brad the #48, after all the legacy of the #25 car is well...laughable as well.  (Jul 3, 2009 | post #4)

Richmond, IN

Richmond gets more than $120K in law enforcement stimulus...

I assume this money was used for the two armored personnel carriers in the Sheriff's department motor pool.  (Jul 1, 2009 | post #5)

Richmond, IN


As a person who hunts and supports the second amendment along with the responsible use of firearms, I'd agree with you partly in that the coyote problem is starting to get out of hand. For those of us who live in rural locations, I can see hunting or shooting on sight a viable solution as long as safe hunting procedures are followed. However, there are some out there who go a little too far and and soon as they see a coyote in somebody's field, stop the car and try to take a pot-shot at the coyote. This is dangerous and grossly wreckless use of a firearm that endangers other human beings. It is also (pardon my poor language) jackasses acting like that who are partly responsible for quite a few landowners not allowing people like me to hunt/trap/kill nuisance coyotes. If more people woke up and realized that most hunters are responsible, law abiding people instead of careless, malevolent, fools, then perhaps the coyote problem would not be as bad as it is.  (Jul 1, 2009 | post #2)

Connersville, IN

Carbon Motors Revisits Connersville Plant

Connersville courts Carbon motors and yet my town of Richmond, Indiana was supposedly designated the All American City for a second time, way to go Connersville. You people obviously have economic planners of the sort that we here in Richmond need- those who can bring in jobs. As for those butt kissing fools who stand behind the Wayne County EDC, let me remind you that we let Best Buy R.V.s have the old Wayne Works building and look what we got from it- Hills uses it as a warehouse. Brains- it's hard to find them when it comes to economic development east of Greenfield.  (Jul 1, 2009 | post #1)

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