Jim Schue

Tab Content
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 11:52 PM
    A good friend, an Englishman, said to me today something to the effect of "England are sloppy." Yeesh.
    21 replies | 1195 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 11:49 PM
    Over time, I've become more drawn-in to the World Cup and all the hoopla. I find it much more interesting than I used to. But please, somebody help me with some grammarical stuff that's just flat-out bugging the pants off me: Why do they refer to their teams in such a god-awful way? In my mind, "England are a good squad" is like fingernails to the blackboard. Why do they do this? Who says "Kentucky are a good basketball team?" Or "Scott...
    21 replies | 1195 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 11:10 PM
    Jim Schue replied to a thread Tulsa, Oklahoma in BGP Break Room
    Decent-to-good chance your Uncle Johnny and my grandpa crossed paths.
    5 replies | 617 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    57 replies | 3057 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 10:42 PM
    Jim Schue replied to a thread Tulsa, Oklahoma in BGP Break Room
    Vietnam reunion? That's a long time to have to simmer on that stuff those guys had to endure. My dad first started getting up with his group in '88, and it was far too long coming. My dad was in 11th Armored Cav, but more specifically he was Air Rifle Patrol (ARP) and even more specifically he was Long-Range Reconnaissance Patrol (LRRP). He was in country in '68 and '69 and came back home with an unbelievably cool handlebar mustache, from the...
    5 replies | 617 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 10:31 PM
    Hate that I missed this thread from its genesis. It's been a fun read. I agree, but it's a good look in general to have a few in football, and 1-2 in hoops, as long as they're capable of contributing somehow. Weigh that against the horrible risk of second-guessing backlash if you miss, especially if it comes back to bite directly. I would love to hear more of the kid's words.
    143 replies | 6682 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 09:47 PM
    I rented it a while back so I could be up-to-date before the latest Avengers came out and I loved it. Very funny and I'm glad they explored that angle of Thor, and went along with it in Avengers. It's on Netflix now if anybody hasn't seen it.
    2 replies | 686 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 09:42 PM
    Jim Schue replied to a thread Big Green Egg in BGP Break Room
    My brother got one for my dad about 5-6 years ago, and he's used it maybe a dozen times. Brother is mad, but he won't totally admit it, that he has had to retrieve it and take it home with him. I didn't have the heart to tell him that I knew it would eventually be back with him. Nor did I have the heart to repeat the "I told you so" from back when he initially bought the darned thing. Dad likes his Weber kettle grill and doesn't want to...
    6 replies | 770 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 18, 18, 08:04 PM
    Headed there later this week to take Dad and Mom out for his Vietnam reunion. There will be some down time for me. What is there to do/see/take pictures of while there?
    5 replies | 617 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 16, 18, 07:31 PM
    Don't read anything deeper than me just stating information.
    47 replies | 2581 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 16, 18, 06:51 PM
    Big upset by the Heels today.
    4 replies | 724 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 16, 18, 06:49 PM
    In Pike Co. when I lived there 15+ years ago, anywhere two creeks met there would be a pharmacy, always with bars on the windows. Where creeks meet in the mountains, roads meet, and pharmacies, convenience stores, banks, churches and fast-food joints always congregated there. The bigger the road intersection, the more stuff is packed in there. Where in NoKy is it like that? Bad comparison. Unless Florence is full of disabled coal miners.
    47 replies | 2581 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 14, 18, 09:38 PM
    I need to start working the teacher angle more. I'd have to shave the greybeard though. Big ups to Clyde and Keith.
    139 replies | 5373 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 14, 18, 09:36 PM
    So I'm there now, and it's also become obvious that I also appreciate their ability to sift through the melange of Twitter weirdness and find gold nuggets like this, and subsequently comment on them. :lol2: Barstool Sports
    139 replies | 5373 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 14, 18, 09:28 PM
    Wasn't there one from Oldham Co., Ky., just the other day?
    139 replies | 5373 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 13, 18, 06:18 PM
    Places in Bardstown have slid down to $2.63 most everywhere.
    185 replies | 8722 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 12, 18, 08:05 PM
    Nice add that should help build up even more excitement around the program.
    6 replies | 2065 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 12, 18, 08:04 PM
    The white parts of it contrasted with the red brick at night makes it look like two beers with big heads on them. I hope it was intentional, but if not it's the best happy accident ever.
    4 replies | 806 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 11, 18, 05:49 PM
    I've grown to enjoy the site in the last several months. Another one I hate myself for loving is whenever a new "Grading The Latest SST" comes up.
    139 replies | 5373 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 10, 18, 10:30 PM
    I remember watching Jon Hood's Madisonville team play in the LIT one year I think he was a junior then. It was hard to watch because he had no supporting cast whatsoever and DeSales dragged them all over the court. They won 20+ games and took their district that year, but I remember being surprised at the time that they actually did that and won a game in the region. They were sub-.500 his senior year, and I may have seen them then as well, so...
    41 replies | 3740 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 10, 18, 07:02 PM
    Hey, if the right offer comes along, I would trade Kamara.
    10 replies | 957 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 09:05 PM
    Is this why I was always told that Johnny's Toys was the place you could buy replacement accessories for the figurines that invariably got lost or eaten by my dog? Unfortunately I never got to find out because mom was scared to drive any further north than Florence.
    6 replies | 516 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 09:04 PM
    You do mean Star Wars, right? The folks at Star Trek missed out on their marketing oppos.
    6 replies | 516 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 08:57 PM
    Been hanging between $2.65-2.70 for more than a week in Bardstown.
    185 replies | 8722 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 08:50 PM
    Very sad. I didn't know him personally, but our paths crossed fairly regularly. In this age of newsrooms being stretched to the threads, folks like him fill in a lot of coverage gaps, and are incomprehensibly invaluable when it comes to making sure kids' photos get in the paper and online.
    42 replies | 5192 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 08:34 PM
    And this has always been the case. Blame the American public for its insatiable lust for lurid things. True. Gotta give the people what they want. I think there was a song about that. This bolded term bothers me in the extreme. As though there are newsrooms where people are champing at the bit for the next one in order to cure a "slow news day." Journalists are people too. I bet the suicide rate for the journalism profession is...
    78 replies | 4034 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    65 replies | 5369 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 08:08 PM
    Jim Schue replied to a thread Suicide in Controversial Issues
    Famous people get big, drawn-out obits in the national media. That's been the case forever, so suggesting that is spurring more people to off themselves seems off to me. Especially since the suicide rise has come in the past 20 years. Kurt Cobain offed hisself almost 25 years ago. Was there a spike in "copycats" then? And every single article I read online about a celebrity suicide always contains a disclaimer-type thing at the bottom that...
    47 replies | 2350 view(s)
  • Jim Schue's Avatar
    Jun 9, 18, 07:59 PM
    It was weird in that he went off to that fast sub-24 first quarter, and after he slowed the pace, nobody seemed interested in making him work harder for it. Very impressive nonetheless. Once he slowed down the pace and nobody bit for the lead, he had plenty of gas in the tank.
    13 replies | 648 view(s)
More Activity
About Jim Schue

Basic Information

Date of Birth
Aug 15
About Jim Schue
Biography:
writer, photographer, and all-around swell guy
Location:
Let me tell you something, brother!!!!

Statistics


Total Posts
Total Posts
53,829
Posts Per Day
10.06
Last Post
World Cup 2018 Jun 18, 18 11:52 PM
General Information
Join Date
Oct 29, 03

Jun 18, 18


Apr 13, 18


Apr 2, 18


Jan 13, 18


Jan 11, 18


Jan 10, 18


Jan 7, 18


No results to display...

Jun 19, 18


Jun 18, 18


Jun 16, 18


Jun 14, 18




Jun 19, 18


Jun 18, 18


Jun 13, 18


Jun 12, 18


Jun 11, 18


Jun 10, 18


Jun 9, 18


Jun 4, 18



Top