Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Two items....

Two items I'd like to point out, I hope you'll find them both interesting.....

1) Blogger keeps dying, making it very hard for me to post new articles. Any website with "blogspot.com" in the URL (like my site) might give you trouble loading for the next week or so. There's a LOT of traffic going through there, primarily due to a very intense political election coming up in 7 days. Expect the traffic to slow down after next Tuesday, and all Blogger sites to run a little smoother after that. I'll keep posting stuff, but it'll take a little longer for me to succeed.

2) Apparently, Michigan and Texas fans have found my collection of Buckeye videos on YouTube. There's been a wave of trolls bashing the Buckeyes on nearly every one of my videos. As the creator, I have the ability to delete any comment I choose, so I've been removing anything anti-OSU, but I just knocked about 20 comments off when I woke up this morning.

It is nice to know that the Buckeyes scare people so badly that they have to attack surrogates in order to quell their fears......

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Truth hurts for those folks and they can't handle it. I'm in the Dallas area so I'm surrounded by UT fans. Yesterday this jackass saw my OSU Alumni lifetime member sticker and gave me the "Hook em" hand sign then he gave me a handsign that I can only think indicates that I'm number one, though it wasn't with the customary index finger. hmmmm.

Great videos by the way. Keep it up.

Andy said...

So that's the problem with Blogger? I was worried it was just me. I've been getting weird Java exception errors when I try to publish. Damned election, don't they know there is a college football season going on here?

Dave said...

Jeff -

Looking forward to the OSU visit this weekend to Illinois - I'll finally get the chance to cheer a good team out here!

Great job with the videos. I love 'em, my family loves 'em...and I know for a fact that a lady by the initials of E. T. likes them as well...

Go Bucks!

Sean said...

I'd be tempted to leave the comments up, so long as there's some substance to them (e.g., not "OMG Suckeyes LOL!!1"). Let them stand as a monument to stupidity after the game. And, if we lose. . . well, I won't much care what some random person posted on Youtube.