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BadlandsVikings
07-15-2008, 05:54 PM
PP.O name: jkjuggalo
Real name: Jeremiah Keeney, thus the "jk"
Age: 27
Current City: Fairbanks, AK aka "The 'Banks"
Hometown: Born in Michigan, but raised here in Alaska
Occupation: Student/Manager of Service and Towing Station


1) How did you choose your screen name?

Back in high school I was trying to find an alliterative term to match up with my initials.
ICP was popular at the time and I thought the word "juggalo" was funny, so I tacked my initials onto it.

2) jkjuggalo, could you tell us a little about where you grew up and about your family?

The interior Alaskan town of Fairbanks has grown to a town of almost 100,000 people.
It is the second biggest city in Alaska behind Anchorage.

http://www.smu.edu/smunews/adventures/students/images/alaska-map.gif
As I get older the less I want to stay here during the winter, when the temperatures often dip below -40 degrees and we only get .
The summers are a whole different story.
There a couple of months where you get over 20 hours of sunlight.
I play golf at midnight when you almost have the course to yourself.
Camping/fishing is fun too because you can stay up to the wee hours of the morning without ever fully losing light.
http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg

I have been married for just under 3 years to my beautiful wife Sharae http://a374.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images01/8/m_4d5b9868bd0c17605c24d7cda072aced.jpg

I have a younger brother and an older sister.

3) What type of student were you in High School? Did you play in any sports or where you involved with any school clubs and such?

I was voted biggest skipper my senior year, so apparently I didn't like going to school that much.
I had a lot of fun with my friends those years, and manage to graduate with a 2.7 with very minimal effort.
Sadly I never went out for sports because I had to work to pay for my car and my insurance and my social life.
I went out for basketball my senior year but got cut during the first day warmups because they had to give the seniors that had been playing their whole careers roster spot.
It didn't make sense to me, but it was no sweat off my sack.
Our football team and coach were horrible, so I never went out for football either.

4) What did you do after High School?

I went to the local University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) and a month into it I did a full withdrawal.
So I decided to start working full time at Ron's Service and Towing as a gas jockey.
I advanced to supervisor and was in and out of college through the next several years.
Now I am in my last semester of school and I'm going to be an elementary school teacher soon.

5)What was your first job?

I was a paper boy.
That sucks getting up at six in the morning to go deliver papers at negative temperatures.
Then you only end up making like 150 bucks a month.
I would rather work in a sweatshop.

6) When did you decide to be such a dedicated fan of the Minnesota Vikings?

http://artfiles.art.com/images/-/Anthony-Carter---Action-Photofile-Photograph-C10108414.jpeg
I played football every day at recess in grade school.
My favorite players were Anthony Carter and Joey Browner because I always played WR and S.
When Tecmo Bowl came out I used the Vikings more than any other team, and then I started following them more than any other team.
Once they added Cris Carter to the roster, it was all over for me.
I have been a loyal fan since about the 4th grade.

http://64.17.171.58/images/browner4.jpg


7) Could you tell us one of your favorite memories that has to do with the Vikings or one of its past or present players, coaches, etc.

It has to be Adrian breaking the rushing record.
That boy is a phenom and I can't wait to see what he can do in his second season.
http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0dDS3m93Yr8EI/358x283.jpg?center=0,0

8}How did you come to find PP.O and what attracted you most to the site?

I just searched for Vikings info and stumbled across a site that suspiciously sounded like a gay pride site.

http://www.fotosearch.com/comp/DGV/DGV097/two-male-symbols-in-front-of-rainbow-flag-~-200573083-001.jpg
My friends give me grief for the name of this site.
I logged on a few years ago, but for the longest time it wouldn't let me log back on.
I thought maybe I pissed off one of the big wigs, but I think it was a computer error.
Webby finally got me straightened out, and my wife has suffered ever since.


9) What other sports teams do you follow?

I got into the Twins because of Kirby Puckett,
http://i.a.cnn.net/si/2006/writers/john_donovan/03/06/remembering.puckett/p1.kirby.puckett.3.si.jpg
but I still kind of follow them.
The season is too long for me, otherwise I might care more.


I also have always secretly rooted for the Browns as my favorite AFC team, but I don't follow them nearly as much as the Vikes.


For basketball I just root for good games and the players I like, i.e. Garnett, Lebron, Chris Paul, etc.

I also watch Alaska Nanook hockey and basketball.

http://media.collegepublisher.com/media/paper960/stills/435eef8cbca5b-72-2.jpg
My college team for everything else in Michigan State because I was born in Lansing.

10) When you’re not on PPO what could you likely be found doing with your spare time?

Doing homework or watching/playing sports.
I occasionally play sports video games.
Otherwise I'm spending time with the wife and my friends.
During the summer I camp, ride my mountain bike, and go hiking.

11) Do you say a special prayer before Vikings games?

I pray that I don't have an aneurism.

12)Where do you watch away Vikings games?

I watch all the games at a local sportsbar.
It is a dive, but there are only two options in town, and the other place is full of boring casual fans.

13)What is your worst fear?

Having my intestines fall out of my ass while pooping.
That and failure.

14) What type of hobbies do you enjoy?

Playing poker is a big one.

http://www.greenvalleyranchresort.com/images/img_poker_main_solo.jpg
I also like playing basketball, camping, biking, hiking, fishing, snowboarding, sledding, and an assortment of other random things.

15) What’s your favorite food?

I love homemade Mexican food because the veges are so fresh and everything is seasoned the way I like it.

16) Where are some of the places you’ve been, and where are some of your favorites.

Hawaii, Vegas, Cabo San Lucas, Salt Lake City, San Diego/SoCal, and Michigan.
Never been to Minnesota, which is one of the reasons people are baffled when I say I'm a Vikings fan.
I always say "You don't expect me to root for the Lions, do you?"

17) What is one thing you've always wanted to do, but haven't done yet in your lifetime?

Win the lottery.
That, and choke a ho.

18)If you could live anywhere where would it be?

The island of Kauai during the winter, and here in Alaska for the summers.
I'm getting my teaching degree soon, so that may be a possibility someday.

19) Do you believe the Vikings will have their big day someday? When they do win the Super Bowl, what will be the first thing you think you will do?

They will have their day before I die, but I don't know when.
I think we are on the right track.
This draft and subsequent season is going to tell me a lot about the direction this team is headed.

20) Up to this date, what is one of your favorite PPO memories?

Besides the "Girls in T-Shirts" thread?
http://cdn.maximonline.com/uploadedCmsFiles/Slides/68_evangeline_lilly_3011.jpg
I would say the day I opened up PP.O and saw the Vikes signed Bernard Berrian.
I think he is going to have a major impact on our team.
Skol, and GO Vikings!!!

Bkfldviking
07-15-2008, 06:11 PM
Thanks JK, that was nice read.
Glad to know a little about you.
I lived up in Alaska for a year....whene I was in the 2nd grade (long, long time ago).
I remember going to school with a flashlight and coming home with a flashlight.
Not much daylight in the winter. I also remember hanging blankets over the windows in the summer so we could sleep.

C Mac D
07-15-2008, 06:15 PM
Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"

Purple Floyd
07-15-2008, 06:28 PM
"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


I can't imagine why that would be considering the clothes you are photographed in ;D

Purple Floyd
07-15-2008, 06:29 PM
By the way, that is a hell of a nice fish there.

digital420
07-16-2008, 02:55 AM
i have some friends up in alaska.. used to be my roomates in Telluride, now they run a hele ski and adventure tours up there. They say the snow riding is as amazing as it gets. i need to visit one day..


and !#%!#$% damn do i miss - 40 temps!!!!
especially right now while we have 42c in the day.. and 30-35c at nite!!


DiGiTaL

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 05:20 AM
"UffDaVikes" wrote:


By the way, that is a hell of a nice fish there.


I think that is the former (or maybe still current) world record.
I've never caught anything remotely close to that big.
The biggest fish I've caught would be a silver salmon (about 1/16 the size of that monster).

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 05:27 AM
"Bkfldviking" wrote:


Thanks JK, that was nice read.
Glad to know a little about you.
I lived up in Alaska for a year....whene I was in the 2nd grade (long, long time ago).
I remember going to school with a flashlight and coming home with a flashlight.
Not much daylight in the winter. I also remember hanging blankets over the windows in the summer so we could sleep.


Thanks.
Yeah, I get used to the light change pretty fast.
I take advantage of it as much as possible, pissing of my neighbors mowing the lawn at 11p.m., but hey, they have a baby screaming every morning at 5 a.m., so I declare a wash.


It was always weird going to school when it was dark and then getting out of school when it was dark.
The thing that always pissed me off more than anything else was having my Halloween costume ruined because we'd have to wear a snowsuit over it. :-[

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 05:31 AM
"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 05:33 AM
I want to edit my original post and say the Vikings will win the SB in the next 5 years and also add perusing Internet porn to my list of hobbies.

El Vikingo
07-16-2008, 05:35 AM
Good stuff jkguggalo ,nice pics but I always remember you for that softball turd you made... ;D

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 05:38 AM
"El" wrote:


Good stuff jkguggalo ,nice pics but I always remember you for that softball turd you made... ;D


LOL, that was actually my brother when he was like 6, but I thought it would be funny to say at the time.

Zeus
07-16-2008, 09:08 AM
"BadlandsViking" wrote:


PP.O name: jkjuggalo

20[/b]) Up to this date, what is one of your favorite PPO memories?

Besides the "Girls in T-Shirts" thread?


I'm so proud that I could make an impact in your life.

Good stuff, JK!

=Z=

Zeus
07-16-2008, 09:10 AM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.


Speaking of PurplePride - the Freddy Mercury avatar is a nice, ironic touch.

*golf clap*

=Z=

jkjuggalo
07-16-2008, 03:39 PM
"Zeus" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.


Speaking of PurplePride - the Freddy Mercury avatar is a nice, ironic touch.

*golf clap*

=Z=



I totally forgot my 20 questions were coming up, so I have to admit that was just a lucky coincidence.
I'm just a fan of porno mustaches.

erik5032
07-16-2008, 03:42 PM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.


Speaking of PurplePride - the Freddy Mercury avatar is a nice, ironic touch.

*golf clap*

=Z=



I totally forgot my 20 questions were coming up, so I have to admit that was just a lucky coincidence.
I'm just a fan of porno mustaches.


jk i dont understand thy signature :(

Zeus
07-16-2008, 06:17 PM
"erik5032" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"C" wrote:


Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.


Speaking of PurplePride - the Freddy Mercury avatar is a nice, ironic touch.

*golf clap*

=Z=



I totally forgot my 20 questions were coming up, so I have to admit that was just a lucky coincidence.
I'm just a fan of porno mustaches.


jk i dont understand thy signature :(


"Cutting the cheese" is slang for farting.
Hence the flames coming out of AD's butt.

=Z=

jkjuggalo
07-17-2008, 12:33 AM
"Zeus" wrote:


"erik5032" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Zeus" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:




Awesome stuff... I don't know if I'd want to stay in Alaska much longer either, but I bet it's an awesome experience.

I am often questioned when I say i visit a site called "Purple Pride".... I definitely get "The Look"


Thanks.
I love Alaska and it is definitely home for me, but I do want to explore other parts of the country.
With heating oil costing as much or more than my mortgage during the winter, I'm thinking exploration should come sooner rather than later.


Speaking of PurplePride - the Freddy Mercury avatar is a nice, ironic touch.

*golf clap*

=Z=



I totally forgot my 20 questions were coming up, so I have to admit that was just a lucky coincidence.
I'm just a fan of porno mustaches.


jk i dont understand thy signature :(


"Cutting the cheese" is slang for farting.
Hence the flames coming out of AD's butt.

=Z=


Yeah, the GB players are supposed to be melting as AD accelerates past them, but that is quite a task for PhotoShop.
Thanks again lil' miss sixty...if you ever come on here again.

VikingMike
07-17-2008, 08:25 AM
Nice read, jkjuggalo, very nice. Love the pictures and the humorous answers.

I'd love to see Alaska in the summer...looks beautiful.

Good luck with the teaching degree...that would be awesome to find sustainable work in Hawaii.
;D

Turboe
07-17-2008, 09:41 AM
That reminds me of my trips to the North Slope, Prudoe Bay, AK several years ago.
Going out in the middle of the night in the strange colored daylight, and also looking for Polar Bears with my rep that lived in AK.

Unfortunately I never played any golf when I was there, and I really wish I would have done so.
Now I dont know when (if) I will get back again, and it is one of the states that I need to hit in one of my quests to play golf in every state.
I am at 41 and counting right now, but hope to knock down several of the ones up in NE that I have never played this fall on a business trip up there.
Since I left my job that used to take me up to the North Slope, AK however is going to require more effort to get that one done.

I have played golf at Midnight myself which was way cool, but unfortunately that was over in Ft. McMurray, Alberta so it doesn't help me with the whole AK thing.

Thanks for holding down the NW outpost of PPO for us!!

Garland Greene
07-17-2008, 10:00 AM
So what is the story with thsi pic?

http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg

scottishvike
07-18-2008, 09:36 AM
I don't think I could ever get used to the extreme cold jk, being able to play golf at midnight in the summer sounds like fun though. Do you ever have problems with polar bears where you live? I saw a TV show once about somewhere in Alaska where they had to dart the bears and take them by helicopter away from the town, can't remember exactly where it was.

jkjuggalo
07-18-2008, 03:30 PM
"Garland" wrote:


So what is the story with thsi pic?

http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg


I think that is a pic of the world record king salmon.
If not the record still, it was the previous record holder.
I liked the pic because it was a stereotypical Alaskan dude and his fish.

erik5032
07-19-2008, 02:04 AM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


I want to edit my original post and say the Vikings will win the SB in the next 5 years and also add perusing Internet porn to my list of hobbies.


I could tell with your porno mustache you have going on there. I wanna go to Alaska, it seems like a very interesting place to live. I don't think I could stand the all day all the time thing. I would enjoy the night though. "The Night is my Time"

jkjuggalo
07-19-2008, 02:49 AM
"erik5032" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


I want to edit my original post and say the Vikings will win the SB in the next 5 years and also add perusing Internet porn to my list of hobbies.


I could tell with your porno mustache you have going on there. I wanna go to Alaska, it seems like a very interesting place to live. I don't think I could stand the all day all the time thing. I would enjoy the night though. "The Night is my Time"


The night time is the right time.

Having light for 20-24 hours is pretty nice actually.
It allows you to do a lot of things late at night that you might never get to do at night in other places.

erik5032
07-19-2008, 03:57 AM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"erik5032" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


I want to edit my original post and say the Vikings will win the SB in the next 5 years and also add perusing Internet porn to my list of hobbies.


I could tell with your porno mustache you have going on there. I wanna go to Alaska, it seems like a very interesting place to live. I don't think I could stand the all day all the time thing. I would enjoy the night though. "The Night is my Time"


The night time is the right time.

Having light for 20-24 hours is pretty nice actually.
It allows you to do a lot of things late at night that you might never get to do at night in other places.


True, Was it hard to get up in the "morning" when it is dark out all day? Also when its light out all day are there people running around at 4am? That would be kinda cool to just go oppossit just once ;)

marstc09
07-20-2008, 02:33 PM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Garland" wrote:


So what is the story with thsi pic?

http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg


I think that is a pic of the world record king salmon.
If not the record still, it was the previous record holder.
I liked the pic because it was a stereotypical Alaskan dude and his fish.


LOL, at first I thought that was you.

jkjuggalo
07-21-2008, 05:40 AM
"marstc09" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Garland" wrote:


So what is the story with thsi pic?

http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg


I think that is a pic of the world record king salmon.
If not the record still, it was the previous record holder.
I liked the pic because it was a stereotypical Alaskan dude and his fish.


LOL, at first I thought that was you.


Ha, I can only hope and pray that someday I will look like that: the manliest man in the world.

scottishvike
07-21-2008, 06:41 PM
"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"marstc09" wrote:


"jkjuggalo" wrote:


"Garland" wrote:


So what is the story with thsi pic?

http://wbrad.hughes.googlepages.com/bradwithsalmon.jpg/bradwithsalmon-full.jpg


I think that is a pic of the world record king salmon.
If not the record still, it was the previous record holder.
I liked the pic because it was a stereotypical Alaskan dude and his fish.


LOL, at first I thought that was you.


Ha, I can only hope and pray that someday I will look like that: the manliest man in the world.


He reminds me of Rob Reiner in the film "Spinal Tap"........................

http://i58.photobucket.com/albums/g279/scottishvike/robreiner.jpg

Prophet
07-24-2008, 08:56 AM
Excellent read.
Living in God's country with a beautiful wife.
Life is good.