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OK, the blue checkmarks got their wish and Urban Meyer has been fired

Clay has tweeted and written many times about how the blue checkmarks continuously root against their best interests. When COVID came along, the coronabros wanted sports canceled until the world was rid of an airborne virus. Then came Urban Meyer being handpicked by Jags owner Shad Khan as his head coach.

For guys in the content business like myself, it was great for business. For the blue checkmarks, it represented a great disservice to the holiness of sports. It was a slap in their holier than thou faces. They instantly wanted the guy fired, and late last night, they finally got their wish.

Disasterous Urban was incredible for business. You should see the traffic numbers from when Urban palmed that blonde’s ass in the Columbus bar. It’ll be one of the most-clicked posts on OutKick this year. Ah, but the blue checkmarks saw it as one of the great slights in the history of sports. How could Urban do that to his wife? How could he make his players fly back to Jacksonville on their own? How could Urban give Tim Tebow a tryout? OMG he was mean to his assistants!

You have to fire this guy! NOW!!!!

Here I was, rooting for Urban to stay in Jacksonville because I’m a sane person who has a long memory of what works on the Internet. The typical blue checkmark out there just wants to join the pile-on, cool kids social media club where they have to be completely fake outraged over this guy like they’re going to solve all that’s wrong with the world one head coach firing at a time.

You’re damn right I hope Urban gets another coaching job. I want sports to be as wild as possible. I want Urban back in the SEC teamed up with Dan Mullen again to see heads explode. The Miami Hurricanes just fired a head coach so they could give the job to a new guy. Don’t think for a second Meyer’s not thinking of a redemption tour.

And don’t think for a second a gambling company isn’t thinking about hooking up with Meyer like Barstool did with Deion and funneling players to Meyer. It’s a new era out there, and the blue checkmarks will likely have a new battle with Urban on their hands in the very near future.

• Speaking of disasters, I saw Clay tweet this morning about the San Francisco mayor flipping out and saying that she’s going to unleash the city’s police force on crime in the city. Someone in the comments posted this link to show how bad things have gotten in that dump.

I’d always heard the stories about San Francisco, but I didn’t think it could be anywhere near as bad as people made it out to be. Then I spent seven days in the heart of the city for Super Bowl 50, and it confirmed everything I’d ever heard. It was madness. That was nearly six years ago.

Now it has gotten to this point:

• Let’s get to something fun this morning. Tim G. has a question that should create some emails:

As the old radio phrase would go, “first-time caller, long time listener”. Anyhow I thoroughly enjoy your work.

My question for you and the community is regarding basement remodels. I’ve followed pictures you and other readers have posted and feel inspired. Just trying to figure out where to start. Did you hire a contractor or at minimum consult one? Did you “draw” up plans and is there a software format that is recommended for planning?

I want to do things right and am up for the “do hard things” challenge but as a DIY guy, it can be overwhelming. I thought based upon your experiences you could offer some good pointers. I would think that as we all get inside for the winter I am surely not the only guy looking at their basement as an awesome bonus area. Envisioning the basement bourbon, beers and TV watching has me pretty excited!

“I’ll hang up and listen.”

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Talk about a subject I could go on and on about.

  1. Many people use Sketchup for their projects, or go old school and draw it out
  2. My father-in-law — who, in his 20s, used to finish basements on the side with his father –acted as the general contractor and then I acted as the general laborer
  3. Find someone to bounce ideas off of whether it’s a contractor or it’s guys on a message board
  4. It sounds cliché, but listen to your heart; don’t let a contractor talk you into taking the easy route; we had a contractor who wanted to slap up walls around the entire basement and call it a day
  5. Make your basement about you and your family; make it to where YOUR immediate family will want to spend time in the space, not your group text buddies
  6. Brainstorm some novelty ideas that fit your style; we were going to put in a typical L-shaped bar until one day we walked into a wood store and found the cherry limb that now acts as our bar
  7. I read https://www.avsforum.com for a couple of years to get ideas
  8. Highly recommend making lighting, wiring, sound, insulation & HVAC high priorities; you can throw any TV on the wall and you’ll be fine; it’s the stuff behind the walls that have been 100% critical to my happiness
  9. Take your time, make it right; we nearly paid a contractor to finish the basement and it would’ve been a huge mistake because it would’ve been rushed; and it wouldn’t have included so many extras…like the in-wall beer tap system!

• Mike in Pasadena reacts to the Florida bride giving her husband a lap dance at their wedding reception and how many years the marriage might last:

I’d put the over/under at about 4.5,  he knows what he’s getting into,  she’s clearly a “professional dancer” and he is breaking the Cardinal Rule by marrying her.  But hey…maybe he’s the guy that can “change her”,  so he’ll give it the old college try.  Poor Bastard…

You’re 100% correct if she can do that every other random Tuesday…she’s a keeper, at least for 4.5yrs. 

My wife has a closet full of “Paige Spiranac” outfits, and she doesn’t golf.  She knows exactly how to “keep the energy” in our house by slipping into one every so often.  Works like a charm.

Keep grinding Joe…

• Sean K. writes:

Hey Joe. As always, love the work you do. I’ve been taking FURIOUS notes from all the travel/trip suggestions pouring in from the Screencaps community. My kids are just now in college so the time is nigh for my wife and I to hit the road for a long-stretch and see some of these great American sights. (Mt. Rushmore is high on the list)

The note from Raleigh J. in Seattle (ed. note: Raleigh is in Fairbanks! I looked up the bar on Google Earth, it appears to be the perfect Alaskan bar), however, got my attention: he said his wife owns a bar called ‘The Boatel.’ Sounds very interesting. I’d love to hear more about it in terms of its décor, history, special drink cocktails, and the like. 

That also got me thinking about my future trip planning: I’d love to visit similar places owned and operated by Screencaps loyalists, be they bars, coffee shops, diners, mom and pop hotels, etc. Would love to hear about them and hopefully visit them too!

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Excellent question from Sean. Who else out there owns bars, restaurants, retail operations? These Screencaps readers will pour in.

Email: joekinsey@gmail.com

• Brad T. has excellent ideas for white elephant gift hunters.

Love the daily column.  Two ideas for you.

1.  The book Reasons to Vote for Democrats by Michael Knowles.  In case you aren’t familiar with the book, it is completely blank.  If you are in mixed political company, it’s great for a good laugh.

2.  Re-gift all of the bad Christmas gifts you have received over the years.  I call it the Collection of Misfit Gifts.  I did this for my work party.  I attached a card to the gift bag with a note inside to set it up so that the receiver understood what they were about to see.  It got a good laugh.

On a personal note, Like Jim C., Mayfield was my hometown, and now I live in east central Indiana.  I grew up a few miles outside the city in one of the rural farming communities.  I can validate Jim’s information about MHS football.  They have been a small school powerhouse for decades.  I attended the consolidated county high school in the early 90’s, so MHS was our arch rival in football and basketball.

• And Dana B. shares some Christmas shopping memories:

Many years ago I worked at Circus World toy store, at the mall. In those days the main Gaming System was the Atari 2600. Then, Atari came out with the Atari 5200, with supposedly incredibly better graphics, games, etc. All hell broke loose with people fighting for those systems. So yeah, I was in the trenches, breaking up fights over Atari 5200, Cabbage Patch Kids, Strawberry Shortcake dolls, and Transformers. I was young, so it was pretty funny then. Now, I’m too old for that scene!

• Good luck to all of you jumping into the world of finishing basements. It’s a nice night to grab a drink and start thinking of how to put your own twist and style on your builds. Keep showing them off and giving inspiration to those who need it as they being their journeys.

Email: joekinsey@gmail.com

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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