Jimmy Duncan

Jimmy Duncan


Hey, how ya doin'? The birth certificate says James Joseph Duncan, but everyone just calls me Moose. You can too. Born and raised here in Philly, i'll be here forever. I'm married to an amazing wife, with three wonderful children between us. I have always wanted to be a writer, wanted people to hear what I have to say. I have found that opportunity here at B/R. I hope you like what you read. Cheers!

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  • gqybskuq czygrtjt posted 2502 days ago

    gqybskuq czygrtjt

    Whats up my mate.
    We sell Levitra on line!
    You and your girl will be overjoyed !

  • JW Nix posted 2940 days ago

    JW Nix

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  • Michoel Botwinick posted 3032 days ago

    Michoel Botwinick

    Hey, I have a question.

    Would you like to write for Eagles Fever full time? I have another guy who is interested in writing consistently for Eagles Fever, but he wants someone to share the duties with. As it is officially my site, I would be the obvious choice, except...I have to give up Eagles Fever.

    The truth is, I probably won't be able to write anything in the next six years at least, as I am being relocated and need to devote my attention to my Job solely.

    The thing is, I think the site will survive. The guy who wants to write has a site named www.bleedeaglesgreen.com, and his name is Christopher Klinkner.

    I suggested merging with him, and he agreed. But he doesn't own his site, so that would be physically impossible. He is going to join Eagles Fever and probably import some of his posts from his old site. I think merging is the key if this is to succeed.

    I like your writing style and I think it would work well with Chris's.

    You two could split revenue (50% each, I forfeit my share) and you could keep it updated by posting every second day -- as a Co-owned site, there would be less pressure on the individual.

    The cool thing is, B/R has an option to automatically import posts from YOUR blog, and so there would be no extra hassle. As an administrator, you would share unrestricted access to Eagles Fever.

    Please let me know what you think.




  • Colin Linneweber posted 3032 days ago

    Colin Linneweber

    It's all about where you are raised my friend...

    I was born and raised inJersey...Hence, Jets, Yanks, Knicks...

    I live in Boston currently and have for a decade...But, I wasn't raised here...

    If I was, I'd probably be wearing a Papi Jersey and banging some chick with a Pink hat on.

  • Michoel Botwinick posted 3033 days ago

    Michoel Botwinick

    Hey Jimmy,

    Would you mind if I posted some of your Eagles articles to my blog? I'll post your name, as well as provide a link to your B/R profile.

    The web address is www.EaglesFever.info. I've been busy for a really long time now, and I'm trying to keep the blog regularly updated. It's hard work, and always a lot of help to post others' articles as well (plus, more perspective).

    Come visit some time! Thanks.

  • Owen Watson posted 3033 days ago

    Owen Watson

    Trust me, that wasn't that many changes...you'll get used to the style on the website in no time.

    The most important things to remember are:

    1. Try and write in short sentences (which you generally did)

    2. Think of a headline you'd want to click if you searched "Philadelphia Eagles" on google...

    3. Always write a full name in the headline...if you write "Donovan Mcnab" in the headline, you'll catch people searching "McNab" and "Donovan McNab"...if you write "McNab", you won't get people searching for Donovan

    4. Have something interesting to say, and provide insight (again, you did this...and that's probably the hardest thing to learn)

    So you seem to have the basics to an ok level...and the higher-level skills (analysis, insight)...the rest is easy


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    JW Nix

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