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Nate Thamann
A semi-legendary brawler and river boatman who exemplified the tough and hard-drinking men who ran keelboats up and down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers.
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Nate Thamann Oct 12
Nice work, DJ!
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Nate Thamann Oct 11
"Hmmmm...what are you going to do with those helmets, Nate?"
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Nate Thamann Sep 6
Hey DJ...check out what Jay Gilbert posted on FB today. The production studio at from about 1973 to 1983.
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Nate Thamann Sep 1
IFL trees! ...and Angel's Envy & MadTree will plant a tree if you post a photo of Lift and AE bourbon together w/ hashtag
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Nate Thamann Aug 28
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Nate Thamann Aug 25
This is incredibly cool, !
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Nate Thamann Aug 22
What's the best 90s rock band to come out of Seattle?
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Nate Thamann Aug 22
Any thought to carrying those in the school's Spirit Shop? I'd DEFINITELY dig having 1 of those flags flying on my house here in The 'Ville.
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Nate Thamann Aug 9
"Who are the new guys, and why are their uniforms pink?"
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CCH Football Alumni Jul 24
Have you had a chance to check out all the vintage football photo albums on our Facebook pg? Please like & retweet!
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Nate Thamann Jul 21
This is what I was talking about.
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Nate Thamann Jul 19
Replying to @Reds @DixieChili
I would go with a Dixie Chili alligator every day and twice on Sundays.
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Nate Thamann Jul 17
Replying to @FOX19Joe
Come on, Joe! Let's see some more hustle out of you next time, ya lousey good for nuthin!
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Old Baseball Photos Jul 17
Dick Egan, Cincinnati Reds (1908-1913) - at one time the Reds uniforms were blue, but the stockings were red. Colorization by
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Nate Thamann Jul 12
Well that's a SUPER douchey thing to say. The address on my Kentucky drivers license (in District 8) says "LOUISVILLE, KY 40205".
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Nate Thamann Jun 27
It looks like I can't send you a DM unless you're following me.
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Nate Thamann Jun 27
NOT actually a cheer, "Cha-Cha-Coolay" is actually a Ghanaian children's call-and-response song.
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Nate Thamann Jun 27
Once at CCH, O'Connor passed the cheer on to then-senior class president Zach Holbrook, who introduced it to the Colonel Crazies.
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Nate Thamann Jun 27
He had learned the cheer from a Ghanaian teammate on the Berea soccer team, who had learned it in his birth country.
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Nate Thamann Jun 27
The cheer came to CovCath in the early 90s via Mr. Mark O'Connor, a CCH English teacher. O'Connor was a Berea College grad...
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