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3. Marital Status?
With two kids
4. What High School did you attend?
6. What is your Favorite sport to watch on TV and your favorite sport to attend in person?
Hockey and Hockey
7. What sports are you best in participating in?
Cricket and Squash
8. Who is your favorite actor or actress?
Mel Gibson/ Stiffler's Mom
9. Who is your favorite sports celebrity of all time?
Larry Clark Robinson
10. Bases loaded, two outs in the bottom of the ninth of the Game Seven of the World Series and your team is down one run...Which active baseball player do you want at the plate?
11. Who is your favorite cartoon character?
12. What is your favorite national sports moment?
Lorenzen makes Giants
13. What is your favorite Detroit sports moment?
Tigers in 84
14. If you could change a rule in sports, what would it be?
No shootouts in hockey
15. What Detroiter do you admire most?
16. What Detroit athlete would you like to see leave town?
17. College or Pro Sports?
18. If you could invite three people to dinner, living or dead, who would they be?
Lorenzen, Lee van Cleef and Toe Blake
19. What was your most interesting interview?
20. Favorite broadcaster of all time?
21. Most embarrassing moment on the air?
Every darn day
22. What is your favorite on-air moment?
Sergei is better then Mario. Radio Gold.
23. What is your favorite website (other than espn961.com)?
24. What is your favorite Sports Team?
25. Who is your favorite member of the Michigan Media?
Yesterday, Grantland had a list of types of fans and we fit into a couple of them!
Sean thinks he's these 2:
This fan responds to adversity by removing himself from the situation. Sometimes, this will be accompanied by a hurried explanation. Often, he’ll just quietly get up and leave. You may or may not ever see him again.
If you find yourself watching an important game with this fan and he announces that he's leaving, let him go. Do not try to talk him into staying. There’s a reason he doesn't trust himself to be around other human beings right now. You do not want to find out what that reason is.
You won’t see this fan because he's politely declined your invitation to watch the game with a group. He takes sports more seriously than friendship or camaraderie or even basic human interaction, which is to say that he has his priorities straight. (Side note: This fan’s absence also might be related to that one time that he was the Might Be Crying Fan.)
You may get a text message or two from this fan as the game goes on. More likely, you won’t. Once the game is over and the magnitude of the disaster has become clear, be a good friend and phone in a police wellness check.
What type of fan are YOU?