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John began his writing career as an intern for the in Washington, DC area. After being retained as a freelance journalist, John continued his tour as a journalist for the next three years. John received his Bachelor of Science degree in Public Relations in 2004 from Bowie State University and is currently pursuing his MBA / PR Management degree from UMUC (University of Maryland University College.) He now works as a Technical Editor for one of the World's top conglomerates.
Mr. McKinnon is now married and is very active in his community and church. He's very adept at writing poetry and is in the process of publishing his first book. John's professional endeavors have led him to create and maintain "Hail To The Redskins." Hail to The Redskins is a site that's dedicated to the Washington Redskins. John enjoys writing and sharing his ideas with the world.
I liked the "Karate Kid" reference... interesting. Oddly enough, it makes sense. I just finished up school this week - nothing left now but GRADUATION and DIPLOMA and BACHELORS DEGREE. So I've been busy wrapping up school. But I think I have time to write now, all I need is motivation and a compelling story... lol. Oh yea, and a job.... lol
Yes, you may make yourself a Brittany fan. I'll read your blog and let you know what I think about it... the Redskins are an interesting team this year, and I haven't been following them very closely. (which is a really bad thing, cuz I know they'll sneak up on me and it's the last thing I want lol)
Hey John, love the format on your site. Keep me posted with any thoughts and progress on getting together a Skins network as I would be very interested. Shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or just post on my board.
Hey, Stephen here. I'm glad you liked my editorial. I also enjoy your work very much. I hope that we can continue to have a partnership invovling our articles in the future
I just red for post on the story about Imus. Thanks for spreading the good news. While I never want to silence bigots, I think the full light of day should be shown on them and refuted with great evidence. Keep up the good work.
Good writing! Keep up the good work...
Greetings to you as well Glenn,
I'm really taken aback by this Draft. The first Draft choices for the Skins we're awesome. By many accounts, we may have chosen the top two receivers in the draft along with the best TE. The TE pick is the one I'm baffled with. If we had a great defensive line (by great I mean capable of getting to the opposing QB without sending coaches, players and cheerleaders) it would make more sense. I think we should have taken a DE or at least a DT. Overall, I think it will benefit the Skins. How do you feel you guys did? Also, feel free to post your thoughts on my site (Hail2skins.com).
After the draft is over, as an avid Redskin fan, I would like your thoughts on the Redskins selections.
I am not looking for a grade. I would like your insight.
What is Washington's need?
Did you feel Washington filled areas of need or went after best available player?
As a Giants fan, I think if Campbell can be consistent, I think the Skins have a shot at the division.
Please send me your thoughts to nygmennfl@gmail. com. I will post your thoughts on my Giants blog.