Joined 8 years ago
I am a college student trying to balance my home life with two full-time jobs and a full course load at my university. I am never home for too long, but being this busy has really made time fly. I have a passion for reading and writing. I like controversial topics, such as religion, the most. I tend to stay away from politics as much as possible. I was once a budding athlete but the lack of support caused me to quit. It didn't matter to much as I later experienced a string of injuries including knee surgery. Now I enjoy watching, writing about, and predicting sports. I have no singular favorite sport but I enjoy watching NCAA Basketball, NFL Football, and MLB Baseball. I have read many sports writers blogs and feel like I am more objective and do not let my own biases get in the way, as others do. I am far from a band wagon sports fan. I do like the New York Yankees, the UNC Tarheels, and Arsenal; but I liked them before I knew they were great teams. I followed Derek Jeter before the draft and decided that I would pull for whatever team snagged him. I have lived in North Carolina my entire life and was always a Michael Jordan fan, which led me to the UNC fandom. I simply heard that there was a Futbol team named Arsenal and I decided that it was one of the most awesome team names ever. Other than this I have other allegances to teams that aren't really the tops in their sport, even though many of them are getting closer. Below is a list of my favorite teams by their sport, I may add more later:
MLB - New York Yankees
NBA - Charlotte Bobcats
NFL - Carolina Panthers
NCAA - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill & Appalachian State University
NASCAR - Denny Hamlin
Mens Tennis - Roger Federer
Womens Tennis - Martina Hingis
Mens Golf - Phil Mikelson
Womens Golf - Paula Creamer
WNBA - Do Not Watch...It is not a serious enough sport yet...Call me in 10 years when the talent pool fills up
NHL - San Jose Sharks
6 years ago
The Australian Aborigines are an interesting religious group with many secrets. They protect the nature and have numerous stories of how the land was created, but are they nature-oriented?
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