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Lifelong Washington Husky and Ohio State Buckeye fan. My office is decorated with memoribilia from both teams.
I grew up a Seattle Mariners fan. I was such a fan (and so single) that I used to go sit in the Kingdome night after night in a nearly empty stadium. A few times I sat in my brother's company's Press Box Level seats but mostly up in the rafters until it was obvious that certain seats behind home plate would not be taken. I sat in the 8th row, directly behind home plate for Randy Johnson's first No Hitter. I still have my ticket and the headline from the Seattle Times.
My Sonics have left Seattle, so I'm left with rooting for the Cleveland Cavs.
I'm also a sports car enthusiast and have a ton of memorabilia from that sport as well.
mike this is eddie please try to get ahold of me firstname.lastname@example.org or please mike
And another week of college football is in the books! Check out my top 25!
dont mention, im kind of like matt beneath, im a 15 year old sophomore and thought i was startin early.
the kid's got talent, i think he's found his calling. I've always though English and writing were my best subjects, he certainly humbled me.
looks like he's got good company with him though
No prob. He had a good grasp on the basics of sports writing. And it really is good that he's getting such an incredibly early start in writing.
I'm 16, and a high school sophomore, and I thought I was getting an early start on what will hopefully turn out to be a sports writing career.
But Edward is seven years younger, and six years behind me in school. It's amazing that he's deciding to start writing instead of playing video games nonstop or something, and that's good.
Not a problem, at all. Strong writing is strong writing, no matter what the age. Glad to hear he's got positive people around him—that's for sure.