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Looks like you have stopped writing BR articles. I've been pretty busy the past 2 years too. Any thoughts of coming back? I really did enjoy your articles, there aren't very many quality writers in BR anymore...
,,((( Don't miss it please )))
THE MEANING OF LIFE
Influential section - Yusuf Estes with a young Christian
((( O mankind! Say No God But Allah, Achieve Eternal Salvation )))
" Laa ilaaha illallah " ( There is none worthy of worship except Allah )
( Introduction to Islam )
Narcissistic tool? That's a tad harsh. He's just confident in his opinions. Nobody's right all the time but presenting your views with confidence and facts to back them up is hardly narcissistic or tool-like.
Haha Darryl the attention/page views whore appears to be on a [hopefully permanent] hiatus.
Where did Darrell go?
Too bad Darrell had to go. I enjoyed reading his stuff as much as any other writer on B/R. He was different. He presented different angles from what others would present. Darrell loves his teams and shows it with a critical eye. I'll miss reading his stuff.
Being a narcissistic tool was bound to catch up. No loss to anyone who understands, well, sports in general. That's something Darrell couldn't, or wouldn't, even attempt to do. How many times can someone write the same 3 articles? Soriano sucks, Lovie can't coach, and Rose shouldn't have been in the game when he got hurt. We get it, unfortunately he didn't. Good luck with your car selling career, but you won't be missed by those of us who are able to put together a cognitive thought.
Darrell, what the hell happened to your most recent article re Lovie Smith. I just went out to BR and it was no longer available. email@example.com
Hey Darrell i was wondering what you thought of getting klay thompson via trade, he would be our sg, he's 6 7 so he won't be abused by larger sgs, he has decent defense, and shoots 41 percent from three point arc, he would fit in with the bulls offensively,
Hey, hope all is well. Saw this in an ESPN article and thought back to a conversation we had...
As hard as it is to remember now, there was legitimate debate in the summer of 2008 over whether the Bulls should take Beasley or Derrick Rose with the top overall pick in the draft. Obviously, Chicago made the right call --Rose blossomed into an MVP, while Beasley has struggled to find any rhythm as a pro.
Looking forward to checking out more ofyour work, no matter how buried your stories may be