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I would like to say that I think it's important to write your own words because you feel they are worthy, not because they may be popular. I write from my head and sometimes from my heart. I typically write pieces that offer analysis, breakdown,and a more critical view on what's being said. I also write things that I think will genuinely help people.
Good articles stand on their own merit.
The fishing article above, my most read, was the first article in a section of the site that is still relatively unknown, and I doubt if I shared it with more than 5-10 people.
Read the Bleacher Tips, the art of the headline is what made that article.
You can reach me at DaveMc883@yahoo.com
The Biggest Oversight in Pro Football History : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/389389-jim-tyrer
If you have time could you check out my mock draft
Check out round 2 of my mock drafthttp://bleacherreport.com/articles/344536-2010-nfl-mock-draft-round-2
Sad News, Yet Honored Respective :
Hey there David, how are you?
I wrote a new article..if you have time, I'm hoping on your feedback: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/273629-stepping-back-from-sports-happy-birthday-to-eminem
Be optimistic, my writing is rusty for taking time off from Bleacher..and you'll also find yourself stepping back from sports for a moment!
Thanks for sharing your stuff with me. That was a massive bluegill in one of those pictures.
What part will Brandon Stokley play for Denver this season?