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UncleEarl

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  1. Who do you think put together those Super Bowl teams? It wasn't Mikey Boy.
  2. Damn. Get on the team or else. Wonder if the NFLPA will stand for that?
  3. I've been gone from Cincinnati for so long I only know the old school places. I'm coming back for a weekend either this season or next. I may have to hit you guys up for some recommendations.
  4. If I were coming in for a Bengals game I would book all of it months in advance. Just my personal preference for the OTR Taste of Belgium. All this talk is making me think it may be time for my return to PBS after a long, long absence.
  5. Fair point, but you also don't want it to devolve into a situation where guys are getting in that shouldn't be there. The mistake is waiting this long to create the honor.
  6. My weekend would look like this: Saturday night: Reservations at The Precinct. Drinks in Mt. Adams or at Arnolds. Sunday Morning: Reservations for breakfast at A Taste of Belgium in OTR. Crazy good. Sunday Night: Maybe a little tougher. Arnolds probably low key, so maybe cruise the Banks or more likely go get some sleep because I've been drinking all day. A good time can be had, but you can't just walk around and find it.
  7. As someone who has been to steakhouses all over this country, Jeff Ruby's is just fine. They all use prime beef and the same machine to cook them. Unless they screw it up it's all about the sides, atmosphere, drinks, etc. One of the best steakhouse experiences I've had was at The Precinct. I would say it's my second favorite steakhouse to Keen's in Manhattan. As far as bars before the game doesn't anyone go to Arnold's anymore? It used to be a good spot for food, drinks and some history. You may want a cab/uber from a hotel if you don't like a longer walk downtown. That or c
  8. I'm sure they are paying consultants a lot of money to do this. Taking all this time also allows folks that are/were mad about the name change to chill.
  9. It's crazy. There are billions of dollars out there for rent relief, but people don't know how to get it. North Carolina alone has $800M to spend in the HOPE program.
  10. All the same things are pretty chaotic in Portland right now. Yes, there are more violent cities, but when someone asks "what's wrong with Portland?" you shouldn't act like things are going smoothly there. They have some issues to deal with right now.
  11. Check out current events in Portland. You may not think it's a big deal but the locals sure do. https://www.kgw.com/article/news/local/the-story/portland-gun-violence-historic-levels-what-are-solutions-the-story/283-18a20c88-8760-4386-979b-dab9d8330700 https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/in-portland-shootings-and-homicides-soar-as-black-activists-take-to-the-streets-in-protest-of-the-violence/
  12. Well, the shootings out there have been crazy. They almost tripled in 2020 when the rest of the country dropped due to COVID. Heading toward another record this year. You can blame either side you want, but any way about it that's not good.
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