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hey , miss your prose . . .somebody spill gule on your laptop ?
What happened to all the articles about the Herd?
I was just thinking the same thing as Tim! Haven't seen anything from you in a while...
Hey, man, waiting for your next article. Let me know if you need some fan support.
Wondering if you can set up a way i can write or send a letter to WVU football team? It would be awesome I have a few things I would like to say a few words of encouragement you know! just let me know man I would greatly appreciate it.
Also I live in Manhattan K State is only 2 mins away from my house, my wife is the only WVU fan where she works. There is purple everywhere, and unfortunately I am in Afghanistan and cant go home to visit my family and see the game in Morgantown this year. My wife has to fend for her own the day they play K State, she can handle it tho:)
I like your enthusiastic energy about your articles! I love my EERS and get very defensive not just over the football team but the great state of WV as well, you know what I mean? But I believe in constructive criticism, and that both teams have their strong points and weak points. You do your homework on sports so I rely mostly on your information over others because you back it up with stats and proof not BS like others.
Michael, I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. My desktop was purchased during W's first term and may not make it to inauguration, no matter who takes the oath.
I am deeply and truly humbled by your post on my bulletin board. Novelists welcome such comments, especially from someone with your outstanding writing skills and understanding of writing. I thank you also for your reads and the contemplation you lend me after your reads.
Thank you for buying Risk, Return, and the Indigo Autumn. I must admit, hopefully before you crack open the first page, that the novel is set in real life. The language and some of the content reflect such. Example: the book Too Big To Fail, Andrew Ross Sorkin's best-selling chronicle of the economic calamity of 2008 from which we were spared, a book with Wall Street CEOs and W's cabinet as the characters, dropped "The Bomb" 75 times. In Risk Return, I limited "The Bomb" to 72 appearances. I therefore deem that acceptable.
I congratulate you on your ability to excite, or ignite your readers, as evident by the number of comments you receive. Part of it is your topic selection, but your writing keeps them coming back.
Your best article yet!