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I'm BlackandGold36...I just joined Bleacher Report, trying now to figure out how to post an article. :)
Hey check out my article
you may like this :
Hey, I wanna say thanks for treating me with respect when responding to your article. I'm in no way a Big Ben supporter and many Steeler fans have been quite rude to me on this site. I want to thank you for being a polite responder.
BTW, what does the 36 in your username mean?
Lets remember and celebrate the life of an NFL legend.
In the heat of the NFL off-season I thought this would be a refreshing change of pace.
Got a new one for ya. Probably the fastest article I have ever written, but I think its kind of a fun one. Would love it if you could check it out, but as always, don't feel obligated!
Hey Black and Gold:
The title explains itself: How the Dallas Cowboys Stole My Heart.
If you have the time, I'd love for you to check it out. If not, no worries. Thanks!
Also, when can we expect your next? :)
Just posted my latest. Breaking down my expectations for the Cowboys' 2009 season. If you have a second, I would love your feedback, but if you cannot get around to it, no worries! Thansk!
Hey man. First off, thanks for the fan add.
Absolutely nothing wrong with leaving a message on my BB about your article. Its pretty common practice around here, and I do the same on a lot of my articles.
Not all writers do it, but I encourage it for one simple reason. There are a lot of GREAT articles that may go unread because the author doesn't invite others to read it. That article may not get good placement on the front page, NFL page, or whatever page it is linked too, and it will just get buried under newer (and perhaps lower quality) articles.
So definitely post anything you write with a link and a short description, and I will try and give it a read. I can't promise I'll read everything you write, but if I got free time and the content interests me, I can almost assure you that I'll at least read it, and most likely leave a comment.
Thanks again dude, and keep up the great work. Your first article was definitely better than my first (which was ironically about the Pittsburgh-Dallas game)
Let me know if you ever have an article of your own. I'd definitely be interested in reading it