The Temple

Great Story: Jason McElwain

This kid played basketball in Rochester New York, my kind of hero. Sports needs more stories like this one.

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January 28, 2009 - Posted by | Culture - Values, Sports

4 Comments »

  1. Boy do we need more stories like this one. Thanks Steve.

    Comment by Vera | January 29, 2009 | Reply

  2. Tears! Great story!

    Comment by Lana G! | February 1, 2009 | Reply

  3. wow…The Perris Basketball team could use some of his heart!! Thanks for making me cry at work! 🙂

    Comment by Sherryl | February 5, 2009 | Reply

  4. That was a very uplifting. I have spent the last several days watching A Rod give excuses for his dabble in steroids, or whatever he calls them, and the medias absolute dogged determination to pursue the story and massacre him. It got me thinking of something. Sabathia and this other pitcher that the Yankees aquired are getting paid right around one quarter of a Billion dollars for thier services. Based on an inflated anuall salary of 50,000.00 dollars and an estimated 5,000 dead in Iraq, Both Sabathia and this other guy are going to make as much money as all our dead in Iraq. Forget my disgust as a Veteran. I’m curious to know what we think of this almost “Circus Maximus” extreme, at a time when we see layoffs in the hundreds of thousands, and the economy in shambles. And then I see something like this,and for several moments it allows me to forget something that I have absolutely no control over and really enjoy the simple and pure. Great video thanx.

    Comment by G-Man | February 18, 2009 | Reply


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