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Brad Willis

Brad Willis is a writer based in Greenville, South Carolina. Willis spent a decade as an award-winning broadcast journalist. He has worked as a freelance writer, columnist, and professional blogger since 2005. He has also served as a commentator and guest on a wide variety of television, radio, and internet shows.

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  1. Dr. Chako says:

    In response:

    1. If you need help shopping for a sports cars, let me know.

    2. Do you have number of the zombie fanatic, and does she like older married men?

    3. Great commercial. I may have to get one for myself. (TMI?)

    4. I was killing myself to think of a great quote I heard, but couldn’t remember the source. Here it is:

    Just because your voice reaches halfway around the world doesn’t mean you are wiser than when it reached only to the end of the bar. – Edward R. Murrow



  2. Steve Wood says:

    Hi Brad,

    Now i b a blogr 2.

    To check it out go to the website I entered above the comment box and click the “Blog” button. I won’t put a link here for fear the spam getter will get my message.

    I thought of you as I posted an entry today about SCOOP. I too cut back on online poker during March… simply because I was spending so much time on the website. Had I discovered WordPress sooner a lot of time would have been saved at he cost of not learning very much about building a website. Fair trade off I suppose.

    Be forewarned here and now that the competition at the next blogger tournament will be different… not necessarily better… just different.

    “The radio plays some forgotten song. Brenda Lee comin’ on strong. The road has got me hypnotized, and I’m speedin’ into a new sunrise.”
    -Golden Earring-

    I added that because adding stuff like that seems to be all the rage. 😉

    Que le vaya bien…Steve

  3. Steve says:

    Hello! I have been reading (lurking?) for some time now, but the “Prince of Frogtown” remark caught my eye enough to comment. If you haven’t read the other two books that Rick Bragg has written about his family (“All Over but the Shouting” and “Ava’s Man”), treat yourself and do so. I live about 3 miles from where most of the stuff in the books takes place, and work about a 2 minute walk from Frogtown, which may bias my opinion (and my father grew up in Frogtown), but Rick Bragg has been a writer I always made sure to read, even back when he wrote for the local paper. He has a nice way with words.

    And while I’m at it, I like your style also. Very eclectic choice of subjects, very subjective yet illuminating–you can tell I wouldn’t make a good critic, I roam around too much–I like the way you write, I guess you can say. Keep it up. Missed you while you weren’t there–not nagging, I know how life is, I’m glad nothing bad had happened. Hope things go good with Dos and your wife. (My Dos is 19 and female, Uno is 27 and male, and BOY do you have some fun coming up! But you probably already know that…)And I know what you mean about getting older–work at a school system, and the teachers all look like kids now. Well, not all of them, but many….

    Anyway, have a good one!

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