December 15, 2011
Catapulted from his mother in Los Angeles, CA, Paul Antonio Verdugo is a radio personality at Cal Poly Pomona, where he is president of Cal Poly Pomona Radioactive. Starting his broadcasting career at age 18, Paul has had numerous online shows (Paulcast, Spaced Out, Computer Love, Paul Antonio Show) and interned for the Sirius XM show The Ian Bagg Show. Paul has been a guest on several shows talking sports, comedy, socioeconomic strife, and family amusement parks. Paul supports SoCal sports, more specifically the Clippers, Angels and (to a lesser extent) Kings. He also adopted the Steelers from his grandpa (who was from Pittsburgh!!!). For contacting information, please email Paul at his listed address or at CSUPomonaRadio@gmail.com.
Honestly, they aren't even close to being one of the top teams I hate. I just see a team that has a lot of star effery going their way like a few other teams in the league(no idea why people can't embrace it. Is what it is. Super star league and all.). Good on you for having something to cheer for. Best of luck to them or what have you. Never said what they have going is a fluke. They should be in the top four all said and done, and have room to improve going into the future. With that said, they aren't the unstoppable seventeen game win streak monster people thought of them when that happened. I was one of the few that said, look at who they've played, and look at how the whistle has fallen. They've hit a rough patch and are coming back down to earth. No idea why you can't be happy with your team being a lock for top four. I'd be happy with Denver getting out of the first round. You should be happy your team is showing improvement from last year as well. I talk a lot of crap. If people wish to talk back so be it. I am me. Good or bad, I don't over think it. I just am it. When you stop to think about whether what you are doing is good or bad, you're not really being genuine. You're being careful. You're making it so people have an opinion on you that isn't really honest. Don't go out of your way to be rude, but just be honest. One of the best qualities to have. If you offend, which I've done plenty, no shame in apologizing. If I offended you, I'm sorry. Just my opinions on the matter. Just me being honest.
I do? I comment a lot. Even then probably won't comment much when season ends. Offer my opinion as much as the next guy. As far as writing goes, always been a bigger fan of fiction than nonfiction. Can't really be arsed to write up an article on anything. Write an article about why I think Danillo should get an all star spot after Curry if one opens up? Really not that passionate about it. Could easily see an argument for a handful of guys going ahead of him. Write about why I think George Karl should retire after this season? I do hate on the guy a lot and ask for his head often, but as has been said by many a fan, outside of a few choices, can't do much better. Much more, I reckon I'd be hard pressed to get an article out of my sentiments without it becoming a twenty page manifesto of me repeating my hatred of his illogical small ball line ups and love of hoarding time outs for seemingly no reason. People write something, I give my opinion on it. Either agreeing or disagreeing with them. Much like these writers don't play the sport as much as write about it. Or critics talk about movies instead of making them. I do what I do because if I didn't, I wouldn't be doing it.
You can all leave critical comments on my comments, or profile. Can't be arsed to write an article.