COLUMBUS' MARK COLEMAN-WHERE ARE THEY NOW

COLUMBUS' MARK COLEMAN-WHERE ARE THEY NOW

 Columbus resident, Ohio State Buckeye Wrestling legend, the 2000 Pride Grand Prix champion, and the first ever UFC Champion  takes you beyond the octagon with update on The Godfather of ground and Pound, Mark Coleman

Rick Kirkham's Documentary "TV Junkie" (NSFW video)

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 He may seem like one of the few sane humans in the Netflix show "Tiger King", but in 2006 a documentary was released chronicling his addiction to crack cocaine. Almost entirely self shot, the 90 minute POV style film is definitely not for the faint of heart (seriously, it's pretty messed up guys), but is incredibly well done.

Fun Fact: Rick claims to have once interviewed George H.W. Bush while high on crack. The subject of the interview? Drug Addiction

Below is the entire film, TV Junkie.

Bush Releases Music Video for 'Flowers On A Grave'

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Bush has released the official music video for their new song "Flowers On A Grave" from their upcoming 8th album The Kingdom due out this summer.

Bush is set to head out on a summer tour with Breaking Benjamin, Theory Of A Deadman, Saint Asonia and Cory Marks and will be stopping in Cuyahoga Falls up near Cleveland at Blossom Music Center on August 2nd AND at Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati on August 26th.

Billie Joe Armstrong Glasses and singing 'Danny Boy'????

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 let me know your thoughts on the new look from Billie Joe Armstrong!

This might help with COVID-19 Anxiety

​You know what no one is talking about?  The anxiety that comes along with all of this uncharted territory we're rolling into.  NONE of us have dealt with this before.  And we're figuring it out as we go.  Everyone who knows me will tell you that I'm pretty calm, cool and collected.  But I'm not going to lie.  My stress level over this whole thing is at a 10.  That's really weird for me.

We're all making big changes to our lives.  And with change comes being uncomfortable.  With change comes anxiety.  I started thinking about how I'm going to manage all of this change coming my way 24/7 and thought I'd share it.  

One of the best things that anyone has ever told me came from a former boss. He told me that "you can't always control what happens - but you CAN control how you react to it."

Things are getting crazy. I get it. As we all set sail into uncharted territory, I'd like to share a few rules I'm going to live by (and maybe you'll want to try too). These are things that I can control:

1. Stick to the facts. Ignore all the media stories that are written as clickbait and/or for ratings. Get my information from the CDC. Trust the experts - not the journalists at the Washington Post, New York Times, CNN, FoxNews, etc.

2. Protect my family at all costs while using this as an opportunity to build a stronger bond. Make sure that this turns into a situation where we all look back and say "wow...we were handed lemons. And this is some damn fine lemonade!"

3. See how well Jim Beam mixes with said lemonade. Wash my hands prior to mixing them.

4. Do not re-watch Season 3 of 24 (if you don't remember or haven't seen it - don't watch it.  Wikipedia the synopsis)

5. I play piano and guitar.  So what am I going to do more of? Play the piano. Play the guitar. Maybe buy a xylophone and see how I do on that bad boy. Maybe I'll set up in my garage and put on a concert for my neighbors this weekend! As long as they all social-distance themselves by standing at the bottom of my driveway. What's up folks!?!?! Rock on!

This list could go on forever. The point is....I'm going to control what I can control. Let's all focus on that. Deal?

Stay well.  Be safe.  Wash your hands.

Kirsch

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