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Born in 1982, Andrew "BrownBagg" Brown's name has been making ladies' lips tingle for over 25 years. If BrownBagg was a drink, he'd go down like Southern sweet tea and sit in your stomach like Grandpa's whiskey.
In college sorority houses throughout America, girls blush in awe over his works. In locker rooms throughout our nation, young men are inspired by his words. Whichever side of the fence you are on, you'll agree that Andrew "BrownBagg" Brown has something for everyone.
BrownBagg's words are called prophetic in 6 different religious denominations. His seed is spread in 4 continents and 8 Africa villages. BrownBagg has been published in 4 newspapers (5 if you include high school newspapers), 2 magazines (3 if you include "CosmoGirl"), 2 children's books, 31 Wikipedia topics and 7 varying websites. He currently has 2 warrants for his arrest in 2 counties in western North Carolina for petty charges, but is a noble citizen in his local county. Women in Brazil call him "Papi," children in Indonesia call him "Papa."
As a playground fighter, Andrew "BrownBagg" Brown held a 2-1 record; earning him another nickname at his childhood elementary school as "Throwdown Brown." As a bar fighter, BrownBagg boasts a 2-2 career record with 2 KOs; the 2 losses came at the expense of 13 beers, 3 SoCo & limes and 1 peach daiquiri.
In his free time, BrownBagg enjoys cigars, listening to the Blues, exaggerating, offshore fishing, sailing, reading & writing. Although he is rarely "politically correct," his two ambitions in life are to eventually become a full-time writer and to be an elected official in local politics.
BrownBagg has been a bitter New Orleans Saints fan his entire life and believes that there is plenty of room for performance enhanced drugs in professional athletics. BrownBagg plans on dying somewhere around the age of 88 - which means his fans have the pleasure of riding the "Baggin' Wagon" (www.brownbaggin.blogspot.com) for nearly 62 more years, circa 2071. Enjoy the ride.
Andrew "BrownBagg" Brown grew up in New Orleans' Gentilly neighborhood. He graduated Cum Laude at the University of New Orleans with a B.S. in Business Administration & Marketing and currently lives in Raleigh, NC. Andrew loves to hear your thoughts and welcomes any fanfare and/or idolization that may arise after reading any of the malarky and general poppycock that makes its way into many of his writings.
Hey a just completed who i feel out the best baseball rivalries. I think a few might surprise you and see where your favorite team is. please live some feed back telling me what you think. Be strait out with me criticism will only help me get better.
A Story From A True Patriots Fan...check this one out...
OK, so I'm the new Community Leader for the Nationwide Series — the newest community here on B/R... and I'd like to formally invite you to join the community and help me make it grow.
Whether you want to write, comment or do both, I'd like to have you as a member of the community to give the series some well deserved attention.
This season looks to be another wild one as several Cup regulars crash the part while the likes of Brad Keselowski and Jason Keller try and keep the big boys from bullying them.
So come join me in the Nationwide Series Community — and don't forget to tag any Nationwide Stories with the appropriate tag now!
As one of the Saints community leaders, I would like to thank you for being a top contributor and covering the New Orleans Saints this year. Keep up the good work.
Were you a fan disappointed with the outcome of your NFL team in 2008? Here's six teams that will bounce back in 09'. Let me know what you think.
Whether you want to admit it or not, the Philadelphia Eagles need to sign a big-time receiver if they want to make it back to the Super bowl. Is Anquan Boldin that guy? Let me know what you think.
just wrote a story about the ellis trade let me know what you think
Glad you are enjoying the articles! That's my goal as a writer, to pull in even the non-fans and bring them to the cult... I mean wonderful world of fandom that is NASCAR! ha
You're welcome, Andrew!
do you think Rodney Harrison is a Hall Of Famer