andy miller

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What can I say? I am here for the same reasons you all are here....I absolutely am a sports nut and I find web sites like these more informative and well written than a lot of the "traditional" news outlets. I love basketball, baseball, football, and golf. I have lived in Boston my whole life. I am a fan of the Celtics, Red Sox, and Patriots (I know that makes me Public Enemy #1 before we even get started, but cut me some slack; I supported them during the Rod Rust and Dick McPherson eras). I have a beautiful wife and an adorable little daughter. If anyone wants to contact me and talk some sports, or just tell me I don't know what the hell I'm talking about, I would love to hear from you.

Rest In Peace, Don Tomasso. Boston sports lost one of its greatest fans on 4/6/2008. All your friends love you and think of you constantly.

Also, Rest in Peace, Jason Gracia. It is amazing to think that our small circle of friends has lost another member, but Jason passed away 9/15/2008. Unreal, Jay, we all love you and miss you.

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  • Ryan Desmarais posted 1789 days ago

    Ryan Desmarais

    Can the Celtics pin all the blame of their recent skid on the absence of Paul Pierce?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/316081-paul-pierces-absence-isnt-the-entire-problem-for-the-boston-celtics

  • Ryan Desmarais posted 1912 days ago

    Ryan Desmarais

    Why one move that wasn't made helped the Celtics achieve the success that they've had.

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/243921-the-doc-is-still-in-the-best-move-the-boston-celtics-never-made

  • Ryan Desmarais posted 1924 days ago

    Ryan Desmarais

    Paul Pierce is a star in the NBA, but is he worthy of the Hall of Fame?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/237013-does-paul-pierce-belong-in-the-hall-of-fame

  • Luis Alberto posted 2080 days ago

    Luis Alberto

    I wrote a couple of articles I would love for you to read. One is about the Matt Cassel trade. The other is about three great plays in the SB. I tried to inject some humor. Let me know what you think.



    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/136742-one-trade-many-ramifications

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/137188-larry-fitzgerald-is-really-fing-fast

  • Tom Marshall posted 2225 days ago

    Tom Marshall

    Hey, I'm not saying it doesn't require skill. My problem with golf is that anyone can have a fluky game and perform as well as a pro. For example, there are a number of blind people and 80 year olds with hole in ones. That and I just plain can't stand it!

  • Aron Glatzer posted 2229 days ago

    Aron Glatzer

    Andy,

    I just wanted to alert you that your story about P.I. needing to be a reviewable penalty was picked up on http://msn.foxsports.com/name/public/foxfunhouse. Go to the right-side and find your link in the 'what bloggers are saying' portion. Congrats.

  • Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg posted 2230 days ago

    Eddie Bruce aka GeorgiaDawg

    Care to share a tailgating recipe?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/68452-football-and-tailgating-does-it-get-any-better-than-this

  • Scott Miles posted 2382 days ago

    Scott Miles

    Thanks Alf, err, Andy, I appreciate it! Looking forward to taking the series back to Boston and laying another egg in Game 7!

  • Ken Armer posted 2408 days ago

    Ken Armer

    awesome Alf picture! I love it!

  • Andrew Palumbo posted 2420 days ago

    Andrew Palumbo


    Hey Andy,

    I'm hoping you'll check out my latest article about China, the Olympic games, protests, and our own responses to these current events. I'm making a concerted effort to reach out to people who have added me as a "favorite writer" to attempt to spark a discussion which affects us as sports fans and supporters of a forum for free-speech. Thank you for helping me to get the ball rolling!

    You can find the piece here: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/16634

    Please leave comments on your feelings and opinions.

    Thanks,

    Andrew

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