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I am a student at Norfolk State University, and love the Washington Wizards and Atlanta Falcons...that's about it.
For right now I enjoy Bleacher Report and encourage others to join it!
My first article to be featured on the Washington Post:
"Follow me on Twitter:
Hey, would you be able to send your e mail to email@example.com? I want to get the B/R community leaders on a mailing list for a press release on behalf of Sports Media 101.
So jealous of your autographed Wall jersey!
On a random note, I've always wanted to ask a Wizard fan, with actual knowledge of the franchise history, if they think the Wizards will retire Gilbert Arenas' number 0. What do you think?
Good luck writing for "ESPN" man- you need to be objective in your replies and your articles. Just bc you're a featured columnist doesn't mean you cannot accept criticism/feedback at times. Typical high school kid who thinks he's going to be in the NBA one day or be tight with John Wall and other NBA hoodlums. Get out of high school, work for a real newspaper, then get back at me. Your attitude is shocking and pathetic. Your blog doesn't work, your bio has a major typo in it...if you want to be taken seriously, sometimes you need to shut your mouth and do your job. That's it. I think you have solid ideas, but you need to not be insanely biased. Please. If you don't change, you will fail. I've been in newsrooms, you've got to trust me. Or not. Up to you. I'm over it.
Hope it heals good Wall has the ROY award in the bag as long as he stays healthy
Whats the new on Walls injury
Is it always Gilbert Arenas fault.
The sun rose today. Is that his fault? Give it a break and move on about Arenas. I am sick of you media guys crying about this guy. Give Wall time to develop. He is not a savior at this time - bottom line. I am so sick of media types always blaming others when Wall struggle. Rookies will struggle from time to time. He will make the adjustment.
ATL FALCONS. yes!