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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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6 Responses

  1. Mean Gene says:

    Let’s see, I’m wearing my Bose headphones at the moment, my digital Elph is sitting on my desk (I have the exact same model), I use WordPress for both my personal and work blogs, I love my iPhone as I might love a first-born child, and I caught up with “The Wire” through my Netflix queue.

    I’m a Canon guy though I’m sure Nikon is quite nice. But no love for Ecco?

  2. Pauly says:

    Did ECCO drop you from their endorsement team in favor of Johnny Lodden?

    I love the ELPH.

    Clif Bars are amazing hunger supplements. I lived off of them (and Vicodin) at the WSOP last summer.

  3. Sean D says:

    Trust me, I’m in R*dio and endorsements are your bread and butter. Discounted Cable? Natch! Endorse a food restaurant for free lunch on Wednesdays? Natch! There is nothing better than to sell your soul … is there?

    Seriously, I think that endorsements is the true SWAG! That is if you get pulled into the room and get to see Tiger.

    BTW, the version I saw had tiger talking to me after he appeared in the Mike Douglas show. Have I dated myself?

  4. otis says:

    Gene and Pauly…so right. You know I helped found the Church of Ecco. I couldn’t let my omission stand. I put Ecco on the list. In fact, I’m going to buy some more this weekend!

  5. Maudie says:

    iPhone – check; Elph – check; Clif bars – back when I was employed: stashed in desk drawer; Bose headphones – on the “When I’m Employed Again” list; guitar tool-kit app – downloading now!

    M. Out.


  6. Gugel says:

    You ranked 37th for the top 100 poker blogs. Congrats 🙂

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