May 4, 2011
Hi all. I'm Anthony and I'm a recent graduate of the infamous UC Santa Barbara. I have a huge passion for researching/writing on basically everything.
Having been an MMA fanatic since UFC 1 and being a soccer fan (not just every four years), I apologize in advance if I tend to get very elitist and snobby when it comes to those two topics. I also like to fashion myself a pro golfer and surfer. Unfortunately, no one else shares those sentiments about me..
I like to read (favorite author: Thomas Sowell), watch the History/PBS/Military channels and wrestled in the...the...THE worst, torturous years of my life (pathetic claim to fame: OC Register "Athlete of the Week"). I am literally blessed not to be dead from the literally asinine and inefficient weight-cutting tactics I employed (every horror story times 10, I guarantee you). Anybody who's even a .250 wrestler at the college level (junior college included) is an absolute beast (and semi-retarded, seeing as how it is THE most physically draining/mentally-killing sport with very possibly the LEAST glory and appreciation).
Please, feel free to contact: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/anthony-kang/23/607/342 and http://twitter.com/kangpin
Appreciate the edit. Great third set of eyes, never even caught them. Again, thanks!
Thanks a ton for the edits, Anthony.
Thanks for the edit Anthony. Good catch in regards to the readers comment on George Wilson. I meant it was the first signing of the inevitable flurry that will come with teams being allowed to talk to free agents now. Again, much appreciated.
Thanks for the props, Anthony... :D
Thanks for the love, Anthony!
Thanks for being a fan... I appreciate ya... :)
Not all Anthony. I always defer to you guys, especially when the focus of my article is currently talking to Oprah on TV. Ha. Thanks much!
Hi Anthony, fair enough in your lede tweak, I have no problem with that. : )
Hey Anthony, just wanted to shout out a "thanks" for all of your edits. Seems like I end up with you handling my articles fairly often these days, and I always respect the choices you make with them.
Thanks for the reader praise on my NYRB article. Appreciate the props.