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I enjoy four things; eating tacos, watching people eat tacos, making taco sand castles and watching old Bengals highlight videos. Also, when I'm in Pittsburgh I like to do whatever I can to make the city a worse piece of trash then it already is, this could include peeing on a sidewalk, giving alcohol to their homeless, littering and making sure my car is letting out extra exhaust.
I graduated from Miami University in Ohio (2005), I hate the University of Miami in Florida because every time I tell people I went to Miami they say, 'Oh sweet, four years in Florida must have been awesome.' Then I say, 'First of all, it's in Ohio and second of all I was there five years.' My degree was in journalism.
While at Miami, I started a magazine called Miami Quarterly (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Miami-Quarterly/200602213078), so if you're ever in Oxford, feel free to check out an article or two between beer pong matches.
Thanks to my degree, I now spend my time wandering the high schools of Atlanta covering whatever sports my editor tells me too! Oh wait, I'm the editor. The paper I work for is called The Beacon, it's located in suburban Atlanta and you can check it out at www.beaconcast.com.
Oh and I run the third coolest Cincinnati sports blog on the internet: http://itsneversunnyincincinnati.blogspot.com/.
Also, I love writing about the Bengals. And to answer your Bengals related questions: no, I'm not crazy, no I have never attempted suicide, yes, I think Ickey Woods should be on 'Dancing with the Stars,' definitely Chris Henry in the kitchen with the revolver and no, I don't watch Baywatch instead of the 4th quarter when the Bengals are getting blown out.
If you like dinosaurs or hate the Yankees, you should follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/johnbreech
Another ALMOST All-Time Team is up.
This time it's the Cardinals :
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I think its about time for someone to have taken a positive stance on the issue.
Would love to get your thoughts if you get the chance.
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