phil gialluisi

phil gialluisi

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42 year old Italian Speedster whom has lost a step or two with this plastic knee...
Happily married for just about 18 years with on 10 ear old boy. Raised in the Chicago area with my Mother, Father and brother. I'm a conservative Liberal. Oh' by the way !! I love my sports. Grew up playing baseball and swimming competivley from the age of 4 and went on to be successful in my swimming career. I'm a no bull shit type of person and say and tell it the way I see It. Graduated from Addison High School in 1985 attended Crystal Lake Computer institute in 1990's and received CNA and then MCSE certifications in computer Technology. I'm without a doubt a huge CHICAGO CUBS FAN, so watch what and how you talk about my boys !!. I don't hate the whitesox but if they blew away into another state or something along those lines, God bless them. Saying that this wont happen and we will have to deal with these losers.
Finally , i enjoy Blogging on mainly baseball and all other general topics. Please go to http://gialluisip.blogspot.com/ to see my daily blogs.

My favorite quote is Don't worry be Happy !!

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  • Hao Meng posted 2030 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    Decided to have some fun with this. It's a humor piece about Survivor for athletes. I had a blast writing it, and I hope you get a good laugh out of it :)

    If you get the time, I'd love to hear what you think. If not, no worries.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/150843-battle-to-the-end-athletes-edition-who-will-survive

    As always, really appreciate the support!

  • Hao Meng posted 2039 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    I think the best part of sports is the passion involved, so I wrote an opinionated piece on why I think a perfect athlete is capable of crying, both win or lose. I’d love for you to check it out and let me know what you think. If you’re too busy, no worries.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/145648-take-a-lesson-from-mj-its-ok-to-cry

    Thanks, as always, for the support! It’s much appreciated ☺

  • Hao Meng posted 2045 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    This isn't my article, but you should definitely give it a read if you have some time. Some brilliant writing by one of my favorite writers, Pete McKeown. Hope you like it!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/142506-fans-today-deserve-better-a-class-of-athlete-accept-no-substitutes

  • Hao Meng posted 2047 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    I had an awful day today, so I took it out on MLB. Here's my first humor piece on "the worst case scenarios for all 30 teams." If you get the chance, I'd love for you to check it out and let me know what you think.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/141346-mlb-nightmares-how-bad-can-it-get-humor

    As always, thanks for the support, and I hope you enjoy the read/makes your day better!

  • John Louie Ramos posted 2049 days ago

    John Louie Ramos

    Phil,

    I've written my latest work..
    Philosophical perhaps.. a feel-good-story I think..
    "The contentment in just watching the stars"
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/140321-the-contentment-in-just-watching-the-stars

    Hope you enjoy,
    Louie

  • Hao Meng posted 2052 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    Yao Ming has done so much for the game of basketball, that I felt compelled to write a tribute. I'd love for you to take a look and let me know what you think! Again, I hope my passion comes through and it's a good read.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/138646-yao-ming-why-the-world-should-thank-great-wall-of-china?just_published=1

    Thanks so much for the support :)

  • Hao Meng posted 2061 days ago

    Hao Meng

    Hey Phil,

    I hope you have some time to read this article, as it really means a lot to me. It's an article about why we need sports in our lives now more than ever, and how its impact on our future generations are so important. Hopefully, my passion came through and it's a good article.

    I'd love to get your feedback on it if you get the chance: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/134273-the-love-of-the-game-why-we-need-sports-now-more-than-ever

    Thanks!
    Hao