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Messier passes to Gretzky Gretzky is flying up the right wing he shoots HE SCOOOORES the annoucer on the tv yells as everyone in the room jumps to their feet cheering wildly Life being part of the sports fan culture begins No sitting idle passivly watching the game on TV Every minute is nerve wracking and every second nail biting I cant bear to watch but cant risk missing a second of the action Its not just watching sports I love but playing them as well whether its a pick up game of football with friends or an organized Little League baseball game Its not always fun and games to love sports this much because I assure you the blood sweat and tears are real The person I interviewed was my uncle Steve I chose to interview him because he is the biggest sports fan i know He is also the guy who first got me interested in professional sports When I saw how much passion he had for the game and how happy he was when his team won and how utterly devastated he was when they were defeated I wanted in I began to watch more and more games on television until it was only natural to watch highlights of the matchs that day and read about them again in the morning paper As i was saying before I had chosen Steve to interview and started off asking basic sports questions such as Whats your favorite sport and team Are you a face-painter and things to that nature He answered them politly knowing I already knew the answer to most of these questions and i was just setting up for more intresting questions As the interview wore on I discovered some intresting thoughts of the hardcore sports fan I had asked him how he had become such a sports fan and he told me it was the superstars that he grew
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