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Great piece on a highly controversial issue! I loved seeing your piece. I would love to hear your thoughts on my Donald Sterling Analysis called Clipping the Fat! You can find it here,
Thanks for allowing me to read your piece, and keep it up!
Thank you and sorry for the slow response. Great right up on your blog, too!
I will be honest, I have no idea who this is… But in my eyes, this is a British hero in the making: https://www.facebook.com/StephensStory?fref=nf.
Oh they need to put this man on a stamp or money. He is a legend now.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver, a man with guts.
I did not know who he was at first, but now his picture is all over the media. This is a big story.
Big story. But huge in our household as well. This has been a really hard four days. Invested a lot of love and tears over the years for this very often exciting sad sack perennial laughingstock of a franchise. Always greatly disliked the owner. But I’m a product of a steel mill town. We’ve always disliked the owners of everything. lol. Didn’t know (by miles) that he was this bad. Spent most of the last four days seething that the league was moving to slow and would be too soft. Wow was I wrong. Roller coaster of emotions. Thought the team might be destroyed by this and it very easily could. But now all that worry is behind us.
Why american heroes always have those shoooort haircuts, though they wear glasses?
Asian heroes like Hua Mulan have long hair.
Or like my personal hero, the whitehaired witch Ni-Chang in Forbidden Kingdom: