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Born October 13th, 1965 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Father of 2 Children, Megan and Alec Weaver
B.A. Liberal Studies, The Masters College, Santa Clarita, CA.
Resides Currently in Los Angeles, CA. since 1987
Current Occupation: Teacher
Goals: Complete CA. Credential, M.Ed, Ed.D
I grew up in Baton Rouge not too far from LSU on Highland Rd. LSU Football has been a big part of my life since I can remember. I think half my wardrobe by the time I was 10 was sporting an LSU logo. I had a grandfather who was a professor at LSU who had passed down his season tickets to my step father so I got to spend many a Fall night in Tiger Stadium. I can't think of too many things in life that beat the atmosphere of going to an LSU football game. I love LSU...especially Tiger Football. Geaux Tigers.
Thanks to BR, I recently interviewed Knicks legend Earl Monroe. Here is what he had to say on a variety of topics, including the current state of the Knicks!
Let me know what you think if you've got a moment!
Thanks - HB
Please read this article by Dale Weaver:
Make sure to 'like' it.
Thanks - Henry Ball
Hey Dale, I have been following you for awhile and value your thoughts....
why would you thank a coach who just gave the national title to Florida?
thank florida's ot who's knee Tebow hit so they couldn't pound your sorry Tigers by 30 saturday
lucky close loss. now not title or bcs bid. aw poopoo
The Florida-LSU preview: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/268287-florida-vs-lsu-heavy-is-the-head-that-wears-the-crown
Hey, check out how I think your Tigers will do Saturday under the lights against the nation's number one team:
To the LSU FCs...
Keep up the great work!
you shoulda did what i did. read most of it and not take the bait.
all he's doing is proving every tiger fan's point. funny how many of these type guys there are on this site from alabama. no class at all.
i'd let him stay on his level.
no reason to validate someone of his character with a response. we are above that.
he's like paul finebaum, yellow journalism just to garner a response. it's the lowest level possible.
in the argument of whether the internet is a good or bad thing, his work will be evidence for the bad's side.