Dave LaPommeray

Dave LaPommeray

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About

Dave LaPommeray is a Montreal born and bred actor, with 30 credits to his name in film/ tv / theater. He is also a lawyer, having been called to the bar in the summer of 2013.

He acquired an affinity for sports at a fairly young age, having been involved in organized soccer, high school basketball, football and martial arts growing up. These days, he keeps in shape by doing savate, a French form of kickboxing.

Admittedly partial to his beloved Oakland Raiders, he is nevertheless a passionate sports fan and enjoys watching all sports - well, almost all sports - he still hasn't warmed up to curling yet. He relishes the opportunity to be able to share some of his thoughts about all things sports-related with the dedicated Bleacher Report community.

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  • John Doublin posted 1215 days ago

    John Doublin

    That may be the finest, most respectful rebuttal I've ever heard on B/R. Thank you for that.

    My issue is this: For a site that claims to be a "developmental site," they do a lot of 'advantage-taking' and don't really offer any development.

    I have a lot of respect for you and your position. You could have lambasted me, and didn't. That is how real human beings should treat each other. If more of the people in power at B/R were like you, I would still be here.

    Be sure to read my response on that article. It's just a LONG version of this! LOL

    Well done, sir.

  • Luke Johnson posted 1234 days ago

    Luke Johnson

    I know, I know. If I re-did it, I would probably put Mean Joe Green in...

  • Dan Israeli posted 1243 days ago

    Dan Israeli

    Hey Dave, just wrote a top ten list on the fantasy football impact of the biggest signings and trades. Check it out!
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/785707-2011-fantasy-football-top-10-shake-outs-after-one-week

  • http://bleacherreport.com/articles/776141-oakland-raiders-unrestricted-agent-mario-henderson-gets-a-chance-to-get-it-right