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October 10, 2006

The Repeat 3 Peat

I have been a basketball fan for as long as I can remember. In too me the greatest dynasty in basketball, (and maybe in any other sport) is none other than the L.A. zappers, Portland flatteners, Phoenix mashers, Sonic boomers, and Utah jazzed. I 'm talking about non other than my Chicago Bulls. Chicago Bulls from 1990 to 1998 was a sports phenomenon. They didn't win just one championship but 6 in the span of 8 years. Not to mentioned having the best record (1995-1996) of 72 wins and 10 losses.
The framework of the Bulls included an all-star line-up of Michael "Air up There" "Its a Bird, No Plane" "23,45,23" Sir/His Airness" Jordan (which is the best player/athlete in any sport). Then you had Scottie "The Man" Mr. 33" "The REAL Mail Man" Pippen, Steve "Burner" Dagger Right Between the Eyes" Kerr, Dennis "The Man not Women" "Tie Dye" "Hustle Head" Robman, Ron "The Arsenal" Harper, Luc "The Duke" Longley, and other major players such as Toni "the Big Guy" Kukoc and Bill "The Center" Wennington.
The clockwork is the era known as the UntouchaBULLs. This area lasted from 1990 to 1998 (hopefully should be starting up again in the 2006 -2007 season)
I almost forget the coach for the Bulls was non other than Phil "Blessed with Talent" "Somebody had to put it Together"Jackson, and Benny the Bull.

Some Pictures Of The Chicago Bulls
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October 2, 2006

My Room

I considered my room the most meaningful place. My room is my comfort zone. It is full of items that resemble both who I am and where I come from. My room is considered my home away home, because of it's humble features. Consisting of Playstation 2, DVD's, and of course my laptop, my room is entertaining. However the greatest purpose of my room is to serve thee. It's overall being is to create an atmosphere were I can be me. It is where I can sleep, where I can drink, where I can sing, where I can dream, where I can work, where I can eat, where I can think... So as I concluded this reflection about this great place, I would say a room is the single most important place for an individual development. Thus saying, "there is no place like home."

Pictures of My ROOM
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