Doctor of Teleocity
- Apr 20, 2013
- Northeast Ohio, USA
There is a very discernible difference. You just have to be from the midwest to know. That is kind of like saying California and Arizona are the same.
as if there is a discernable difference in the two.
You know Kentucky real well.
My family in far Southern Ohio dates back to just after Statehood and I see places in Indiana that could be KY or OH easily.
We split. You and I. Probably because we knew the differences that some people go on about, are in the end, of no moment.
In my final years in Ohio in the 1990s, I hung with and ran sound for a band whose songs were filled with references to Ohio oddities. Here is "Serpent Mound".
In case you skipped past JDB2's posts, here's an artist's rendering of the Serpent Mound -
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[edited to add this video] A Kentuckian singing about forsaking the charms of home to go north on Route 23 and "a world of misery.". Of course a Kentuckian is too considerate to name Ohio, or to use the word "freaky" in this context...but if you look at a map...
btw xlnt Telecaster in there!
Oh you guys...
I was born and raised in Ohio.
Youngstown. Spent a lot of time in Eastern PA and Wheeling West VA.
Played all around Akron, hung out at Kent State. Lived in Cleveland.
Used to drink real White Lighning and Moonshine. Then go see The Dead Boys. And The Michael Stanley Band. Good times. Cleveland ... WMMS The Buzzard!
The Get Down Man...Murray Saul. Kid Leo...The World Series Of Rock in Ckeveland Stadium.
Local Band Left End !!!!
Heck...The James Gang.
The Cardiac Kids...The Dawg Pound ... the Cleveland Browns...Brian Sipe.
Ohio...gotta drive on the Ohio Turnpike. Cedar Point ... Sandusky...
Big Chuck and Lil John on TV.
Ohio White Trash Cookin'
Good Times back in the day !!!
My brother saw Wishbone ash and Zztop in North Baltimore,..I think it was called boogie hill concerts..I used to go to North Baltimore in Ohio and as far as I know, there was no Baltimore, Oh. The real fun was in the surrounding flatlands they did not believe in road signs, every crossroad looked the same.
There’s nothing wrong with Ohio.
Except the snow and the rain.
I really like Drew Carey and I’d love to see the rock and roll hall of fame.