Steve Frith

Steve Frith

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Steve is a professional photographer working for the DoD. He'd be more than happy to take a job working for the New England Patriots doing pictures for them...hint, hint.

Steve was born and raised in New Hampshire, and moved away when he joined the Army in 1994. He now resides in upstate New York with his wife, two kids, two cats named "Pat" and "Wes", and his dog "Bruschi". Despite moving and living in NY, he's still a Pats fan, and has always been a Pats fan. He'd move if he ever landed a job doing pictures for the Pats though...hint, hint.

Steve is nothing more than a Pats fan living a dream, enjoying the winnings of the Pats since 2001, specially since he remained a loyal Pats fans through the "not so good years", and through the one and two wins per season years.

Steve is also a moderator in the Patriots section at www.TheScoreBoards.com Check it out-Pats fans are specially welcome-help the Pats area grow!

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  • McAfee posted 1048 days ago

    McAfee

    Everyone's laughing at Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

    Tom Brady will forever be known as Eli Manning's B*tch. That is his legacy as a football player now. All of his prior accomplishments are meaningless now because he will be looked at as Eli's B*tch no matter what he does in life. His wife will probably leave him for Eli too and have Eli raise his children.

    Eli Manning is better than Tom Brady and New York OWNS Boston in everything in life and that's just the way the world works.

    You may slink away now!

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

  • Glenn Card posted 1438 days ago

    Glenn Card

    Yo Steve,
    Feeling funnier but still not as active as I used to be, but sometimes I just can't help myself.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/569479-getting-a-little-woody-anticipating-the-ny-jets-vs-ne-patriots-rematch

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1467 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    OVER RATED

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/542605-prime-crime-does-deion-sanders-belong-in-the-hall-of-fame-not-really

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1473 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    This was a fun article to write. :)

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/536946-this-year-proves-it-tom-brady-is-better-than-peyton-manning

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1494 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    Thank goodness for the win this week!

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/519806-2010-nfl-football-season-week-ten-observations

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1504 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    Steve, what's up and where did everyone go?

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/511058-as-the-nfl-turns-observations-on-week-8

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1534 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    My comments on this week's game sans the Randy Moss trade

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/485638-2010-nfl-football-season-week-four-observations

  • Terry Robinson posted 1543 days ago

    Terry Robinson

    A quick read:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/474280-patriots-committee-decimated-but-law-firm-hasnt-lost-appeal

    I'm like a dog with a bone when I like a player, you know?

    TR

  • C Douglas Baker posted 1553 days ago

    C Douglas Baker

    My comments on this week's games:

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/466656-2010-nfl-football-season-week-one-observations

  • Glenn Card posted 1555 days ago

    Glenn Card

    It's up but I couldn't get the Tags to work right
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/464455-nfl-week-2-picks-from-the-new-england-patriots-fans-perspective

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