Our Bud Needs Some Help


What is up with this guy?

This is Will Reynolds Young.  Organizer of many things good. Smart guy about internet stuff.  (He helps me tons and never threatens to punch me despite my dumb questions.)  You can find out more about him here.

But wait!!  Don’t click there yet.  Click the link below that follows the words “Click this link…”   But read a little more first.

Lindsay of IHeartPGH.com has organized a fundraiser for the Community Human Services Corp. in Pittsburgh.  She is looking to raise $5,000.

What does CHS do?

CHS has several program areas that serve Pittsbughers…

Details comps of Lindsay at IHeartPgh.com

Soooooo our buddy Will, as usual, got involved and is now trying get people on his team. You can be on his team by simply donating a small amount.  If will raises the most money, we will take him for a Bubbas Burger and, two people who donate to his team, will win a chance to eat lunch with him.

OK. Are ya in?  Click this link to donate… whatever you can spare.  Oh, and you can see Will’s REAL picture there too.

Go ahead.. be curious and be generous.  Small increments will make a difference.


Yakkin’ With Ya Jagoff – Artist, Baron Batch


We are yakkin with former Steeler turned awesome artist, Baron Batch and Studio AM Curator, Sean Beauford.

Baron is now busy enjoying life painting stuff and being a positive influence on many people.

Do we paint? Of course we do.. well… I do..and….well…you’ll see.


Go see or purchase Baron’s work by clicking the pic below.

Photo Credit: NextPittsburgh.com

Photo Credit: NextPittsburgh.com

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For the production!

(They are both AWWWWWWWESOME!)

Jagoff Petition Update – One More Day


OK.. tomorrow, Wednesday, November, 26th at 11:59pm, we will close our petition to get the word Jagoff into Webster’s Dictionary.

As of writing this, we have just under 1700 signatures. And, thanks to 3 Guys Optical, that’s great news for the Pittsburgh Emergency Medicine Foundation.

Yesterday, we ran across Steelers great Rocky Bleier. (Thanks for the intro Markowitz Communications.) Rocky was all up for recording a quick pitch video.

If you didn’t see it on our Facebook or Twitter pages, below is the video.

Thanks to all who have signed and encouraged others to sign. Hope you continue to follow the blog. Pittsburghers (in town or in-heart) are awesome!

By the way, thought it might be fun to post some of the reasons people documented for signing the petition. See below.

Pat Ditrovati GRASS VALLEY, CA
Though I live in Ca now, I grew up in Pittsburgh and I ave always used jag off.

Sally Florsek OVIEDO, FL
Commonly used in PA & as Steeler Nation is nation-wide – heard around the country as well.

david fero KATY, TX
to preserve the legendary City known as The Burgh.

Logan Hartnett PARKLAND, FL
Rocky Blier told me to

Dwayne Bingham JAX, FL
just needs to be there urban culture

Colleen Lukotch MORGANTOWN, WV
I used it as a kid growing up in Bethel Park

Krystal OConnor BETHEL PARK, PA
This is normal vernacular in the Pittsburgh region, used over the span of many years and well known as a valid word at this point.

Jagoff has every right to be a word. I need it for words with friends!

David Chadwick QUAKERTOWN, PA
Go Stillers!

Robert Bereksazi PITTSBURGH, PA
I want yinz jagoffs to listen to us.

Jeffrey Mostrando MIDLOTHIAN, VA
The term is now used outside of Pittsburgh, it\’s as common as \’tweeting\’, \’texting\’ or other new phrases.

Widely used, common term for many situations.

Lois Fundis WEIRTON, WV
As a native of Western Pennsylvania (now living in a nearby state) I\’ve heard and used this word for decades.

I am from Pittsburgh and I am not a Jagoff.

It deserves recognition to be in the Webster’s dictionary

Nancy Loskoch GLENSHAW, PA
It\’s been used in movies and since I\’ve grown up!

matthew rohrer BROOKLYN, NY
It\’s a real word my whole family yells At each other every day

Lewko Korzeniwsky PITTSBURGH, PA
I moved to Pgh. in 1982 and heard this word and “jaggerbush” for the first time. Local vernacular, especially here in The ‘Burgh, provides spice to the recipe of the English language.

Robert Henrich MORRISTOWN, TN
It depends on what part of town you are from, in the South Hills this was a mild swear word but no one knew what it meant.