walkerws

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About walkerws

  • Birthday 02/04/1974

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    Cypress, TX
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    Football, Running, Softball
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    Kent State, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets primary
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    Kent State, Ohio State, the Browns, Indians, Cavs, and Cowboys

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  1. The 90's logo was pretty generic with the lightning bolt into the basket, that's probably why it's not showing up. I remember when it came out, a lot of us Cavs fans weren't really sure what it was trying to say. Whine and Gold are unique so I think that it stays. I'd prefer navy over black but whatever.
  2. It never made it past that mockup.
  3. Once the first equipment manager figures out the fix, they'll all have it. UAB did some strange things with that helmet, I'd have put It down by the ear hole. They may still be feeling it out as well.
  4. It'll be ok. Look how the striping was on Auburn'smhelmet. The logo was on just fine as well.
  5. I'm sure you do the same thing that I do with paint.net, I just add a layer over the top of that and then trace. The fun part with the half face is that you might have to export it to paint and flip it to match them up. I use Inkscape as well and love using it to finish my designs.
  6. Yes everyone wears Under Armour. They got rid of Russell right before last season.
  7. They should have carried over the grey uniforms for home, with the home script of course.
  8. Kent State has a new alternate. It might just be for Sundays.
  9. Maybe sooner than that based off of the screen behind Columbus coach the other day.
  10. Unless they're at Ranger School, Infantry personnel complete their basic skills training in 20 weeks. The non-linear training would be done at home station or at a regional training center over less than a month. It's not ideal, but honestly the decision makers (Officers & NCOs) are going to be the major focus of specialized training and area immersion. There's pluses and minuses both ways but training focus would get rid of unnecessary things that those conscripts would need to receive
  11. The University of Houston in Houston, TX, has an opening for a Director of Graphic Design. It showed up in a job search for me based off of hobbies, but I'm obviously not suited for this based on my level of experience/know ed of a lot of the different graphics programs.
  12. If anyone was drafted, there's no real process that would do that. With experience as an MP Officer and a Logistics officer, you'd want conscripted people in the ground spots because of discipline. People in the rear areas have a lot more opportunity to screw up things than they do up front. I have mixed feelings on this, but there are some government positions (Secretary of Defense, Service Secretaries) that I think military service is a requirement. B.R.A.Ts might get a pass, but if I'm going into a situation, my Service Secretary should've been in my shoes as well. It helps to have a leader with that exposure in the room. That said, some sort of program that exposes our next generation to civil service and possibly exposure to other parts of the country would be something worthwhile.
  13. I caught the end of Facebook live so I missed any real conversation. The comments upset me more like someone going after a family member/ frenemy. There was some really forked up comments though. Something that it's been too common for people to say to heavier folks.
  14. Most likely close to New Orleans. I'd bet it stays in LA.
  15. The closed captioning is terrible. Like my spelling on this new phone. I think that's YouTube thing though. He's not much different on Facebook