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Re: The Hero
Tony Gonzalez is my hero. He has been since I was a weeee little boy. Not only is he a great football person but he's a great person. He takes part in countless charity events and has the Tony Gonzalez foundation. He donates tons of money to school programs. He even saved a mans life this summer when he performed the heimlich maneuver on a man that was choking on a piece of steak at a restaraunt. Tony G is the man.
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Re: The Hero
I think there are many heros out there today. To some their hero's could be someone like ARod. Kids don't need to know about his personal live but if he inspires them to try harder then to me he can still be a hero. I think in todays world parents try and media try to break down the hero's.
Just think if the media did the same to Mantle and Joe D as they do to Arod those two wouldn't have inspired millions.
Sorry just my ramblings.
I also think people today think a hero needs to be someone who makes millions of dollars because of success or fights for their country. Both to me can be heros but my three biggest hero's growing up were my father, mother, and grandfather.
Parents and grandparents can inspire kids and become heros just as much as football/baseball players (enter any sport or profession)
Just my 2 cents
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