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Craig Salomonson was born and raised in Berthoud, Colorado. He attended the University of Arizona from 1988-1991 and is a 2003 graduate of Pima Community College in Tucson where he earned a liberal arts degree. Craig is an avid San Antonio Spurs fan. His love for the Spurs began in the early 1990's with the emergence of David Robinson and Sean Elliott and continued through the Spurs championship years. Craig currently lives in Tucson, Arizona. Sunny/Liang Wei, if you read this, please contact me: email@example.com
My latest piece is merely meant to help facilitate a debate and turn into a ballot to be posted later. Please check it out, it's a quick read. Thanks
Glad to hear it. We've found that formatting makes for the best presentation when you have a list like that. Keep up the good work,
No problem Craig.. thank you for sharing your story with all of us here at B/R.. you are an amazing individual and stories like yours serves as an inspiration.. I don't know if it makes sense but if you'll ever need someone to talk to or something's bothering you, you can always post in my bulletin.. I might not offer the best solutions to your problems but I will always be there to listen to your sentiments.. again thank you.. =)
Hello, hope all is well.. just wanna share my 50th article.. my finest.. I think..
PS: I hope you won't mind.. you might find one of the story familiar.. =)
You are an Inspiration Craig..
I am touched that you open up to me, I'm speechless.. you're personal story is a thousand times better than my article..
I hope that someday you can overcome you're problems..
I don't know how to say this but please don't give up, have faith and remember that everything happens for a reason..
hope everything's fine..
I just finished my last article, I hope you'll like it.. simple stories of not-so simple individuals..
Sorry about the roundtable. I have been negligent, partly because the two other usual participants were not in the mood or didn't have the time, and I apologize.
I hate it that you took the time to answer the last set of questions I sent and that I didn't publish them. I know it takes a chunk of valuable time to answer these thoughtfully.
I'm sending out an email tonight with a new set of questions. I'd like to have it up by the end of the week, or at the latest, before All-Star weekend and the trade deadline.
It will be longer than usual, especially if all four of us can do it, but hey, the Spurs are worth the space, right?
Thanks for your patience with the roundtable and nice article on Manu.
Also, it's usually better to leave the score out of the headline unless the score is what's notable about the game, like 150-149 or something crazy. The score is usually unnecessary to get the message across and is best to put in the first three paragraphs somewhere.
Ahh, gotcha on the naval reference. Feel free to tweak it again. Just try to avoid repeating any words in the headline, i.e. when you use the "Spurs-Clippers:" leading tag to the headline, use the city names or a nickname of the nickname (like Clips) for the next time. That was the main reason for my edit.
I'm not sure the Spurs were the Spurs last year, but I certainly think they'd have taken a couple games. Roger Mason's been up and down, but I think he really adds something that could make them more dangerous this year. We'll see. First the Celtics would have to make it to the Finals, and right now they've got a lot of kinks to iron out to make that happen.
Thanks for signing on to the roundtable. You'd probably be interested in reading the piece I just published on the Spurs, Mavs and Rockets. Let me know what you think.