Monday, February 27, 2012

Home Is Where Ohio Is.

People always seem to hate where they're from.
No one is happy where they are and wish
they lived some place else.
I want to know, why?
I have always loved Ohio and I could never understand
why everyone hates it so much.
Blah, Blah, it snows all the time.
So what?
I'm starting to think people hate it because it's the "cool"
thing to do.
This is where you grew up and it will always be where
you're from.
Embrace it.
These are the reasons I think you should love Ohio,
or at least why you have no reason to hate it.


It's green and beautiful away from the city.

Peninsula bike path.

MELT bar and grilled

Snow. (I know people hate it and it can be excessive
here, but I couldn't live somewhere it didn't snow
on Christmas.)


We have beaches and Lake Erie can look like an
ocean. Plus we've done a pretty good job of cleaning
it up so far.

No natural disasters. We have tornadoes, but come on,
when was the last time we actually had a bad one?
(Knock, knock, knock)

We're at the top of the food chain.
No alligators, big cats, or dangerous bears.

Better bars.
I've been a ton of places and the bars suck everywhere
but here.

Put In Bay.


Rock Hall.

George Clooney and Ron Jeremy?
From Ohio.

Alan Cox Show.

Whips Ledges or any metro park area.

Playhouse Square.

Cleveland pride for their sports.

Cedar Point.

Haunted Ohio.

Hocking Hills.

Chagrin Falls, Ohio City, Lakewood,
and Tremont.

Football Hall of Fame.
(If you're into that)

Science Center.

No terrible traffic.

Muchos Buenos.

Four distinct seasons.
(Even though winter lasts a little longer)

Historic Zoar.

Art Museum and art schools.

The hot dog was invented here.

The Wright brothers and Neil Armstrong.

My family and people I love are here.

Low taxes and cost of living.
(Try paying $400 rent anywhere else)

A low number of tan, muscular, douche bags.

A Christmas Story.

No really scary bugs.

New casino.
(If you're in to that)


Brew Kettle.

A high number of bearded men live here.

It smells like fresh air.

It says Oh Bye O when you leave the state.

There are so many more reasons
I'm just at work and don't have time to list ALL
of them.
Really think about it.
Is Ohio THAT bad?

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