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Monday, July 29, 2013

I love when Jeff Lurie thinks he can rewrite history just by talking at a podium #Eagles

Other tweets from the Donovan McNabb presser:

I love when Jeff Lurie thinks he can rewrite history just by talking at a podium

Did Donovan McNabb really refer to what it takes to be a champion?

"We made history, Big Fella?" Huh? 

Classic "No 'I' in team" from McNabb (b/c he was such a team guy)  

BWest compares himself/McNabb to Jordan and Pippen. 6 championships vs. 0. Sounds about right for this organization's mentality 

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Going for it with iUniverse

          After plenty of thought and lots of editing (and editing and editing), I’ve opened an account with iUniverse to self-publish my book, I’m Not Here to Inspire You: Essays on Disability from a Regular Guy Living with Cerebral Palsy.

          I have created this blog to keep readers up-to-date on the book, as well as any of my future efforts to publish. I may also write the occasional post or tweet on disability, sports, or whatever else is on my mind. In other words, I’m essentially combining my blogger and Twitter accounts.

          I’m excited (and nervous) to be taking this step, and hoping it will be a worthwhile venture.

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