Greg Peterson

Greg Peterson


Greg is a subversive real world exile from the East Bay. After a gig working in Congress, Greg decided the real world sucks and moved to Aspen, Colorado for 12 years. Married with two beautiful children, Greg now lives on the Big Island and owns Hawaii's only ski rental outfit at the base of Mauna Kea. Greg plays bass, sax, spearfishes and watches SpongeBob with his kids.

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  • Terrell White posted 2573 days ago

    Terrell White


    Check out my article and let me know what you think


  • Terrell White posted 2587 days ago

    Terrell White

    check out my article and let me know if you agree


  • Gary Burzell posted 2635 days ago

    Gary Burzell

    On Sunday, Sept. 12 at 9:00 a.m. PT Live USTREAM to Exorcise The Demons of the JaMarcus Russell. I will be burning his card and other things to kick the season off.

  • Randy Lavelle posted 2871 days ago

    Randy Lavelle

    Hey Raider fan,check out my new article. and leave a comment,Thanks,Randy

  • Barnavicious X posted 2980 days ago

    Barnavicious X


  • Andrew Cahill posted 3134 days ago

    Andrew Cahill

    I am surprised by the number of people who actually want to reserve the right to bad-mouth their teams! I offer constructive criticism, of course, but one in particular wants to be able to say, "they suck," if they do.

    I don't get it. Will YOU take the pledge?

  • Ramone Brown posted 3136 days ago

    Ramone  Brown

    hey many people are saying the raiders need a left tackle but I disagree and think the position is iver rated and would like to hear what you think as I've noticed you are very good at arguing your point.

  • G D posted 3150 days ago

    G D


    This is something new for me..I'm not writing about the NFL, NBA, or MLB in this one..Here's the top 10 fishing locations in PA. Let me know what you think!

  • Mosang Miles posted 3197 days ago

    Mosang Miles

    No problem Greg!

  • J.C. Ayvazi posted 3217 days ago

    J.C. Ayvazi

    Greetings Greg-

    A touch of prose fit for this Sunday: