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Well, that was a close one on the way home Sunday

There we were cruising south on U.S. 23 about 35 miles south of Flint, Michigan at 75 mph or so when two deer came bounding across the northbound traffic, and just as I told my wife, “They’re going to jump,” the deer bounced over the concrete barrier and the Subaru two cars in front of us absolutely destroyed the first deer.

I’m talking absolute destruction in 4k right in front of us. The second deer somehow hopped through directly in front of us about 30 yards and made it to the other side of the road and into the field where it was going.

The Subaru driver should win some sort of driving award for his performance in all of this. He hit the deer, it destroyed the front of his wagon and he managed to drive through the collision without weaving into the right lane and causing a mass pileup. The deer shot out under the Subaru and into the left median far enough to where it wasn’t going to pose a problem for vehicles.

Subaru guy made it about two miles down the road before his radiator had given out and he was done. I’m not a car repair expert, but it looks like it’ll be totaled out.

A few minutes later, our 9-year-old son asked, “Is the deer going to be OK?”

“Nope, it’s gone,” I said.

And that was enough of that conversation, especially for my wife who might be fine murdering medieval characters on video games, but she’s definitely not cool watching a deer run into a linebacker traveling at 80 mph.

You’re damn right we were very fortunate on our timing and for the Subaru guy’s handling of the situation.

• Mike in Kentucky sent this report on the situation near him:

Grateful to say everyone in my personal circle is ok, but we were far too close for comfort. We live less than 5 miles from the damage path, and catastrophic is the only word that comes close.

National media has focused on Mayfield, and for good reason, but the national media, sad to say, is in it for the hit piece. Lookup a local station out of Paducah, KY, Evansville, IN, Clarksville, TN, or Bowling Green, KY, and you’ll see the true impact of this disaster. Western Kentucky has a lot of rural communities with less than one thousand people, with families that have been there for generations.

You can’t even tell where they were now. As for what people can do, please don’t feed the national media trolls. I’ve already seen evidence of this getting politicized. Don’t even read those articles. It’s not going to help anyone here to read about how this is the result of “climate change.” Let’s go, Brandon.

Thank you for the prayers and look up a local charity if you are able to donate. There are people here who lost literally everything, so anything and everything is needed.

• Lucas O. writes:

Hi Joe. Just watching the Army-Navy football game this past weekend got me to thinking why none of the service academies in college football,(Air Force, Army, Navy), have passing-based offenses. Any ideas? I’ve been watching since the early 1990s, and this has always been the case with all 3. Thx. Lucas.

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I’m not an expert on this, but it’s my understanding that it’s easier for the service academies to find the pieces needed to operate a flexbone offense vs. a passing attack that would require big boy offensive linemen to sit there and pass protect a quarterback from schools recruiting massive defensive linemen.

And the offense matches the personality of the service academies. Someone can feel free to fill in the blanks, if I’m not on the right track.

• Ed in Georgia checks in…I’m guessing from near his outdoor fireplace:

Love the “hard things” you have started-I have been fascinated to see what your readers have taken on. I have started jumping in my pool when it is 50 degrees and below-while not exactly hard-it is exhilarating and when you come out your whole body goes into shock and your muscles feel like they have been massaged.

I grew up going to the Nantahala River in NC annually and we would drive up to a waterfall we lovably called “The Rock” (pictured here) and we would jump into the falls. Same experience then-45 degree mountain water was shocking to the system. I would highly recommend this for any readers who have a pool. It’s fantastic.

• Steve B. in Grand Junction, Colorado writes:

About the favorite live sporting event question: My wife enters a lot of contests; a few years ago she won my number one bucket list item: a Super Bowl package. It was Super Bowl 51 in Houston, Pats/Falcons.

Sponsored by Bud Light, it came with the works, hotel, free beer, free concert with Sting and the Goo-Goo Dolls, etc. It was enough to turn this Coors drinker into a Bud fan. And meeting Joe Theisman was almost as cool as my selfie with the Houston Texas cheerleaders (who are even hotter in real life).

As for the game: as a die-hard Broncos fan, I was loving it when the Patriots were getting crushed, but grudgingly had to give Brady and company props when they made the incredible comeback.

Sitting next to some Falcons fans, I learned several new cuss words. With the Patriots going for 2 to send the game in overtime, I was ecstatic, “We might be here in person to see the first overtime Super Bowl in history!” I yelled at my non-football-loving wife, who just smiled politely.

Keep up the great work.

• Britt T. spent the weekend thinking back to one of his greatest moments in his memory bank:

As for memorable sporting events, the first I can remember is when I was 11.  I grew up just east of Nashville, in Lebanon.  I played my first Little League/Pop Warner football game that morning, early.  We won (your boy threw for a little over 100 yards and Austin Link made it happen on the ground) (shout out to Rodney and BJ and Skeen and Wayne and Scottie for blocking), and after that, quick shower at my Grandmother’s house and off to Knoxville to see Auburn vs. UT.  (UT is in Knoxville, not Austin.).  My Dad and I both took a friend…..(looking at you John McDearman if you read Joe’s column, which you should) Auburn won, and then we hustled our asses back to Nashville to see Alabama play Vanderbilt.  I don’t remember much about the Auburn game other than my guy Randy Campbell, the Auburn QB…go Randy! (Dad went to Auburn), but I remember using binoculars to see my favorite dude, Walter Lewis, Bama’s QB.  What a stud he was. (Mom and I went to Bama.)

My Dad and I were also at the game in 1985 at Legion Field, the last Auburn-Alabama game we every went to together.  The Mike Shula/Van Tiffin game.  Still can’t believe Auburn let Greg Richardson cross in man coverage. I grew up an Auburn fan and still cheer for them against all but Bama….and I even cheered against my team so that my Dad could have his perfect season when Cam was there. “Let’s go,” he said after Van Tiffin drilled that 52-yarder.  He got his vengeance years later, with the Camback. 


We saw Nebraska at Auburn when Nebraska had Turner Gill, Roger Craig, Mike Rozier, and Irving Fryar. Think it was 1982.  Not a good day for Auburn fans.  We saw greatness that day, though.  Nebraska was…..good. Thanks, Dad, they were a machine and I got to see them. 

Our favorite thing these days in my family as it relates to sporting events is Nats games.  We had the pleasure of seeing them in the playoffs over and over and then seeing them finally breakthrough. My wife said, essentially, “I’ll be damned what it costs, we’re going.”  I would’ve probably said lets watch on TV.  Smartest gal, she is.  Here is a pic of wife and daughter at the NLCH when we had about 30 friends “SCREENCAP” (!) it for us and send it along.  My son and I are to their right, guessing my son was trying to explain something to his Mother.  Fun facts and what a terrific time to see them win, and so pleased my wife said WE ARE GOING!      

Lastly, when I rolled into middle school to play football, they gave me #14.  HELL YES, RANDY CAMPBELL!  I wore it every time it was available, my brother wore it (HUGE shout to Greg Triplett, former lefty 5a ALL-STATE QB and REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR) wore it, too.  My son wears it now.  A family number that started with Randy Campbell and his Option Right and Option Left, handing to Tommie Agee or pitching to Bo or Lionel (Big Train and Little Train). 

Thanks for listening, Joe. Keep at it. 

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Now I need to know from Steve some of the other things his wife has won with all these contest entries. What are the weirdest things out there that some of you have won? My late grandfather once won a shopping spree at Builders Square way back in the day where they gave him like 10 minutes to run through the store and tag items he wanted. My mom received a rolltop desk out of his contest win that was in the family for years before we got tired of moving it and she gave it away.

Email: joekinsey@gmail.com

• Chris S. has an important update from his yard where this is going on:

Few weeks behind, but here is what the rink looks like, pre-liner With temps in the 60s coming to SE WI this week, we will be golfing, then filling it up next weekend. Hope you enjoyed the weekend with family.

• And finally, you guys stepped up with trip suggestions for Adam D. I’ll unload the best of the best into Tuesday’s Screencaps and forward on all of your suggestions to Adam, who is about to get the best insider intel than he could imagine. All you guys have to do is ask Screencaps readers for travel advice and they’re all over it.

Let’s have a great final full workweek of 2021 and then look forward to those two glorious weeks of holiday celebrations. Good luck to all of you having work parties this week. Don’t get too hammered in front of the boss you’ve actually never met in person.

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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    • Agreed. There should be a good name for that stat/area. Like “Hey man I’ve got these extra tickets to the Browns-Bengals game you want em?” “What section?” “402 up near the top, but they’re free” “Nah we wanna take the kids with us, we can’t risk sitting in the ___________ Zone”

  1. That Monster Truck front-flip was unreal! Takes me back to being 6 years old. Also, I’m all for taking dangerous drugs off of the street, but I’m amazed by some of the ingenuity that those smugglers show. After they serve some time, give them a reality show where they have to hide drugs in all kinds of different objects and see what they come up with.

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