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Ginger Snap May 11, 2013 at 01:07 am
brown nose much?????
debra johnson May 11, 2013 at 02:00 am
It's not brown nosing when you really feel that way. My kids cheered there for 7 yrs. & it was aRead More wonderful experience for them & for me. The gym truly is a family & Blessed are those lucky enough to be apart of it. <3 OHANA
Vernie Abasial May 11, 2013 at 02:06 am
Cheerleading is a very competitive sport and Florida has been blessed with many talented andRead More successful teams. Having been apart of Top Dog since its conception in 2000, I can confidently say that this program bonds with its athletes and parents and we all become one big "Ohana"....family, Some may feel comments such as this is a gesture of "Brown Nosing", however, that just confirms how special our program is...people who feel that way obviously have never experience what we have. Top Dog No Ka Oi!
Ed Bender May 22, 2013 at 05:51 pm
Being a Phillies fan I think it is great. Who cares how he spends his money it's his. I hope he hasRead More a dog and I can meet him at the dog park sometime. Ed from Largo.
Jeffrey Rosenfield May 22, 2013 at 06:26 pm
Delane and Ed, you both bring up good points. I agree athletes are overpaid, especially inRead More comparison to teachers, soldiers and emergency responders. But if owners are willing to pay that kind of money to baseball players, I can't blame them for using some of that cash to build palaces in a beautiful area like Belleair Shores!
Jean Heller May 23, 2013 at 02:33 am
I drove by this house a couple of weeks ago going to Sand Key and it is amazing. Today I find outRead More who it belongs too. It is approx. 5 miles from my house. You need to see it with your own eyes. WOW!
Chuck R February 17, 2013 at 11:50 am
Your child can start playing tackle football at age 5, but most play flag first. When these veryRead More young kids run into each other, it's not much of an impact to be honest. I'm not saying they never give each other a good hit because it happens occasionally. I never thought of it as dangerous, though. One important note; if the helmet is making the hit, the kid is doing it wrong, and the coach will say so. A high impact helmet to helmet hit is dangerous. I watched my oldest nephew play football from age 7 into high school. He had a concussion which resulted from an under inflated helmet used during a hard hit in practice. He also had a huge helmet-to-helmet hit during a game. The risk is real, but the benefits are many; confidence, competition, brotherhood, team play, and physical fitness, to name a few.
Donald H June 4, 2013 at 11:24 am
Being in automobile accidents causes more deaths, so do motor-scooters/motor-cycles, skateboards,Read More etc....all kill more kids than football.....! Kids cannot be wrapped & stored away to keep them safe. They must learn to cope with and to withstand adversity.
Palmetto Joe June 4, 2013 at 12:57 pm
This is another diabolical Plan by the "hipsters" to demoralize our males and make themRead More into GLBTranngender's ..say NO to "Hipster" agendas!
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