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Another Response...But I Got The Post! Tags: JDIN827 Beeze YouGabSports

Here is the current blog posted at Mac Apps by JDIN827...I copied it because it's only a matter of time before this gets deleted per the posted letter from Mac himself where he stated he wants no posts referring to other websites on his site. keep this in mind, she had to have come here for this blog because her post was deleted early this morning, so we know she comes here. We also know she's lying about a Gab member trying to signup as her at another site.. PROVE IT JD, you can't and you know it. There's a difference between what we write and what you write, you write FICTION.Now you've written this blog so you can garner sympathy to get Beeze kicked off MacApps...are you really that important over there? You post th same blog over and over again, what could they possibly miss there?

In case you missed it, no one here is hiding anywhere,I signed my comment on the last post here with my REAL NAME and the town and state where I live, you on the other hand are the one paranoid about being found out, why is that?

The Beeze's Obsession with Me

Posted by JDIN827 on August 19, 2011 at 7:00 PM

Well, Folks, Here We Go Again! The Beeze, and our friends at You Gab are at it again....2 years later, still writing about me, still using that vulgar language and still hiding behind computers.

Mr. Mac deleted my response to them, but now Beeze has posted his response on You Gab, also calling Mr. Mac's site "That crappy site"....(See the edit/copy below). Beeze is good at making one think he cares about your site Mr. Mac.

She Has Responded

Posted by TheBEEZER 17 Hours Ago

Category: User Showcase

Tags: JDIN827 The Beeze YouGabSports

Here is the link to what JDIN wrote...

I decided to sign-up for that crappy site, so I could respond...I expect my comments to be deleted, if not also my profile...Even though I kept it clean...So in case that happens, here are my comments to JDIN827...

I, for one think that Mr. Mac's site is degraded with the likes of Beeze and Oat Willie, (for that matter anyone from You Gab who used fake Id's, who trolled, etc). I also think Beeze,. like his co-horts at You Gab have a strange Obession with me that's not quite normal or healthy. I was also sent emails that someone from You Gab had tried to steal the JDIN827 sign-in to sign up for another sports site that an ex- SN member created.

This kind of abnormal, childish behavior should stop!I have not communicated with these people in almost 2 years, and yet they still persist in the games, the trolling, etc.

Beeze, dont degrade Mr. Mac's site. Stay off of it. Be a Man and confront me.Got a bone to pick? Dont like my love of Ohio State? Great, talk to me, but dont make a farce out of Mr. Mac's site.

I Haven't Gone Anywhere

I'd been reluctant to say anything at first but with some added issues I felt it's only fair since you're all my friends, I owed you an explanation as to why I've beenvisibly absent. Some of you know what's been going on since we speak regularly by phone, my wife and I are divorcing after a little over 20 years of marriage. This has been ongoing for a few months now and we're trying to work out details and it''s a process I'm working through. However, a couple of weeks ago I had fallen asleep while sitting at my desk and had been watching a movie at the same time, when I woke up a few hours later I couldn't feel or move my right hand. Needless to say I headed off to the ER and the doctor there said it was just a pinched nerve, nothing more and it would come back around shortly.

Unfortunately I haven't regained hardly any use of my hand and wrist yetand it's now more than a mere inconvenience it really has interfered with everythingI do, such as typing, which I'm doing with one finger and it frustrates the hell out of me. I've been to a neurologist and have some tests scheduled along with some therapy so hopefully they'll get to the bottom of this and get me back to normal sooner rather than later.

In the meantime, I am still reading everyone's posts, however I've limited my comments to one sentence, if commenting at all.As far as day to day operations as it were, I'm as active as I was whenSteve fired the Gab up on day one. That's it in a nutshell, I just felt not seeing me around commenting meant I didn't care and that's hardly the case, I care very much about the Gab and of course, all the member's here.


Some Very Sad News

It's with a very heavy heart that I have to announce that Brad's brother Allenpassed away just a couple of hours ago. I got a message from Brad informing me of this and I asked him if it would be okay to let the Gab member's know and he said of course.
His brother had been battling cancer since returning from The Gulf defending this country, he made everyone around him very proud and he had no bigger fan than his big brother Brad.

On behalf of Steve, Kyle,myself and all the member's here at the Gab we want to convey our deepest condolences to Brad and his family andour thoughts and prayers are with him during this most difficult time.

Really, You've Got Nothing Better To Do? Tags: Midway Police Midway Ga Lemonade Stand Shutdown

I'm sure we all at some point in our youth were told by mom and dad if we wanted money for something to go out and earn it, whether it be cutting lawns, shoveling snow, babysitting, you name it, but if you live in Midway Georgia you better think twice before you say that to your kids. It seems 3 young girls wanted to go to the water park but mom wasn't able to afford it and told them if you want to go to I'll take you provided you find a way to earn the money. So they put their heads together and opened a lemonade stand and it seems they were on to something, well that is until the Midway Police drove by and saw them selling lemonade WITHOUT A PERMIT!!! Yeah, that's right, they didn't go to the Town Hall and get a peddling permit, a permit to sell food and a business permit. You read that right, and if they had gone through all the motions of abiding by the "law" they would have had to sell a hell of a lot of lemonade.The total for these permits for a day exceed $50, for a year, $150.

We talk a lot about the pussification of sports, we rant about those who are politically correct and kiss ass and then we have these uptight assholes who have nothing better to do than trample on what amounted to nothing more than earning a couple of bucks to go swimming. The police chief claimed they only were following the law not knowing - get this; we had no idea how the lemonade was made, what was in it or who made it. Okay dope, this lemonade stand was in the girls front yard, the mother was there supervising but the cops said hell no the stand has to go because they don't know what's in it? Someone call CSI and get a sample to the lab. Are you fucking kidding me??? I live in Georgia, just outside of Atlanta and there's some pretty fucked up shit that goes on around these parts but if this is what keeps the Midway Police on their toes I can only assume what type of shang-ri-la this little town must be. You'd think that Andy and Barney could find something else to occupy their day instead of ruining one of the last true staples of teaching your kids how to make a buck. Unbelievable. Next the EPA will be inspecting the emissions of lawn mowers used by anyone under the age of 18.

I am happy to reportthe local news station that ran the story stepped up and gave the girls the passes to the water park.

Report: Tressell Resigns as OSU Head Coach Tags: NCA Ohio State U Jim Tressell

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Jim Tressel, who guided Ohio State to its first national title in 34 years, resigned Monday amid NCAA violations from a tattoo-parlor scandal that sullied the image of one of the country's top football programs.

"After meeting with university officials, we agreed that it is in the best interest of Ohio State that I resign as head football coach," Tressel said in a statement released by the university. "The appreciation that (wife) Ellen and I have for the Buckeye Nation is immeasurable."

Luke Fickell will be the coach for the 2011 season. He already had been selected to be the interim head coach while Tressel served a five-game suspension.

Ohio State spokesman Jim Lynch said he was unaware of any buyout or severance package. He added that Tressel had returned from vacation Sunday night and met with athletic director Gene Smith, who then met with staff. Tressel typed his resignation and submitted it to Smith, he said.

The resignation was first reported by The Columbus Dispatch.

Clearly, the turmoil had been building. The resignation comes nearly three months after Ohio State called a news conference to announce it has suspended Tressel for two games -- later increasing the ban to five games to coincide with the players' punishment -- and fined him $250,000 for knowing his players had received improper benefits from a local tattoo-parlor owner. The school said at the time it was "very surprised and disappointed" in Tressel. Yet, the school still managed to crack jokes.

Asked if he considered firing Tressel, Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee said then: "No, are you kidding? Let me just be very clear: I'm just hopeful the coach doesn't dismiss me."

Tressel's downfall came with public and media pressure mounting on Ohio State, its board of trustees, Gee and Smith.

"We look forward to refocusing the football program on doing what we do best -- representing this extraordinary university and its values on the field, in the classroom, and in life," Smith said in a statement Monday. "We look forward to supporting Luke Fickell in his role as our football coach. We have full confidence in his ability to lead our football program."

Tressel and Ohio State were to go before the NCAA's infractions committee Aug. 12 to answer questions about the player violations and why Tressel did not report them. He denied knowledge of improper benefits to players until confronted by investigators with emails that showed he had known since April 2010.

After several NCAA violations by him or his players over the years, Tressel's problems deepened after learning several players received cash or discounted tattoos.

Contrary to NCAA bylaws -- and his own contract -- Tressel received emails from a former player about this and did not tell his athletic director, university president, compliance or legal departments or the NCAA for more than nine months.

The 58-year-old Tressel had a record of 106-22-0 at Ohio State. He led the Buckeyes to eight Bowl Championship Series games in his 10 years. Combined with a 135-57-2 record in 15 years at Youngstown State, where he won four Division I-AA national championships, Tressel's career mark was 241-79-2.

The author of two books about faith and integrity, he remains a scapegoat to many and a hypocrite to others. Even though he has many backers, a rising chorus of detractors had stepped forward during the ongoing NCAA investigation. There were also questions about his players and their friends and family members receiving special deals on used cars from two Columbus dealers.

But at one time his image was that of an honest, religious man who never said or did anything without thinking it through first. His nickname was "The Senator" for never having a hair out of place, praising opponents and seldom giving a clear answer to even the simplest of questions.

He'd gotten into trouble with the NCAA even before coming to Ohio State. He was the coach at Youngstown State when it received scholarship and recruiting restrictions for violations involving star quarterback Ray Isaacs.

Still, Andy Geiger, then Ohio State's athletic director, favored Tressel over Minnesota coach and former Buckeyes linebacker Glen Mason for the job after John Cooper was fired in January 2001.

Cooper was let go ostensibly because the program lost direction, with several off-the-field problems. But perhaps more damaging was his 2-10-1 record against rival Michigan and 3-8 mark in bowl games.

Introduced at an Ohio State basketball game in 2001, Tressel vowed that fans would "be proud of our young people, in the classroom, in the community, and most especially in 310 days in Ann Arbor, Mich., on the football field."

Tressel's first team went just 7-5, losing the Outback Bowl, but upset 11th-ranked Michigan 26-20. But in his second year, with a team led by freshman tailback Maurice Clarett, the Buckeyes won everything. They went 14-0, winning seven games by seven or fewer points. Ranked No. 2, they took on top-ranked Miami in the Fiesta Bowl for the BCS national title. In the second overtime, Clarett bulled over the middle for a touchdown and the Buckeyes held to clinch their first national title since 1968. After the game, Tressel held aloft the crystal football.

The following summer, Clarett reported that a used car he had borrowed from a local dealer was broken into and that he had been hit by thousands of dollars in losses. Clarett's call to police came from Tressel's office. Clarett admitted he had made up the break-in call and later took a plea deal. But the NCAA began looking into Clarett and the team. Soon after, he was declared ineligible. He would never play another college game.

The Buckeyes went 11-2 in 2003 and followed that with an 8-4 mark in Tressel's fourth season. There had been a stream of players getting in trouble, but in December 2004 backup quarterback Troy Smith was suspended for the bowl game and the 2005 regular-season opener for accepting $500 from a booster.

Smith would go on to win the 2006 Heisman Trophy, leading the Buckeyes to a 12-0 record and a season-long No. 1 ranking. Despite being a heavy favorite in the national title game, the Buckeyes were routed by Florida 41-14.

A year later, Tressel guided the Buckeyes to the national championship game but lost again -- 38-24 to underdog LSU.

The Buckeyes were national contenders each of Tressel's next three seasons, with off-the-field problems mixed in. In 2005 offensive coordinator coach Jim Bollman was reprimanded for trying to arrange for a car and a loan for a recruit. Several other Buckeyes players were arrested on a variety of charges.

But the Buckeyes continued to win and play in rich bowl games. That was enough until his latest brush with the NCAA.

Ohio State announced in December during what would be a 12-1 season and a top-five national ranking that it would suggest to the NCAA that five players -- most of them top players, including star quarterback Terrelle Pryor -- would sit out the first five games of the 2011 season after they admitted they had received improper benefits.

They had sold memorabilia such as championship rings, uniforms and in the case of Pryor, a Fiesta Bowl sportsmanship award, for cash or discounted tattoos at a Columbus parlor. The violations came to light in a U.S. Attorney investigation into drug trafficking involving the owner of the parlor, Edward Rife. When federal agents raided his home and the parlor, they came across hundreds of signed Ohio State items.

"It's fair. He would have been fired anyway," said Aaron Kniffin, a car salesman who sold about 50 cars to Ohio State players and their relatives, transactions that are under scrutiny by a state agency and school officials. "You had a coach who knew about and covered up a scandal about memorabilia and tattoos."

A 10-day investigation by Ohio State resulted in the self-imposed five-game penalties and the players repaying the money they gained to charity. The NCAA allowed the players to play in the Sugar Bowl, a move many observers said showed the national governing body put the money interests of the bowl ahead of routine punishment in other similar cases.

Tressel had learned that Pryor and wide receiver DeVier Posey were involved in the memorabilia deals when he received an email from lawyer Christopher Cicero, a former Ohio State walk-on and letterman in the 1980s, back in April 2010.

It was not until Ohio State began to work on an appeal of the five-game suspensions for the players that investigators came across the emails between Cicero and Tressel. The coach then finally admitted that he knew of what has been called Tattoo-Gate by local media.

At a March 8 news conference, Tressel said he chose not to tell anyone because he was bound by confidentiality to not expose the federal drug trafficking investigation. Yet he had forwarded the very first email he received from Cicero to Ted Sarniak, a businessman and "mentor" of Pryor. Sarniak knew about the NCAA violations -- and of Tressel's coverup -- for almost nine months before Smith and Gee found out.

"As I think back to what I could have done differently ... I've learned that I probably needed to go to the top legal counsel person at the university and get some help," Tressel said.

He said he hadn't given a thought to what the rest of the country thought of Ohio State's program and that he was not beating himself up over the violation.

"I don't think less of myself at this moment," he said. "I felt at the time as if I was doing the right thing for the safety of young people."

Information from The Associated Press and ESPN's Tom Farrey was used in this report.

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