Thursday, April 26, 2012

Top 10 Angry Moments in sports

This is a YouTube video from 2009 that is worth checking out. It displays just how "crazy" sports fans can get and then I found myself laughing at it because this happens all the time in the realm of sports! Enjoy my fellow sports fanatics!

The Emotional Highs and Lows of Sports : Chicago Blackhawks (Chelsea Dagger- The Fratellis)

Hello again! Today I woke up thinking about how sports really do change our lives. A perfect example of this is the up and down roller coaster of emotions that are experienced when our teams our kicking ass or completely not showing off their true potential. For example, as of this week, my Blackhawks lost to Coyotes 4 to 0 in game 6 of Round 1 for the National Hockey League playoffs when we really needed a win. I was cussing like a crazy woman because me being a dedicated fan was decked out in my jersey, black and red beads galore, and finally my Hawks 2010 Stanley Cup Championship silly bandzs bracelets. Ironically I was talking to my hockey friend Ron, who is a Vancouver Canucks and a Chicago Wolves fan, and he thought I had lost it. The point is the emotional dealings us hockey fans and more specifically fans of any sport experience are real and can alter our moods and cause violence sometimes. I'd like to read some comments on stories that all of you sports fans have out there; it doesn't matter if they are funny, serious, dangerous, or ironic. So I can't wait to read your comments and if you have any specific topic or sports idea you'd like me to write about, let me know and I'll do my best! :) Thanks for reading and hope you had a lovely day Chi town and around the country. Later my sports fanatics. <3

Mary Ruscitti

PS. Never give up on your team and have faith in them! Enjoy the link below! :)

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Welcome post

Hello my fellow sports fanatics. We are a bunch of special people out in this vast world. This blog's main objective is to discuss sports and how technology is assisting with our devotion through text messaging and mobile apps that provide us with up-to-date information on our lovely teams! Whether your "drug" of choice is hockey, football, soccer, basketball, wrestling, baseball, golf, tennis, racket ball, or an Olympic sports competition, support your team to no end! Getting excitement and your high off watching the game live at some arena, on television, or listening on the radio is great, it's ok to express loyal dedication to your team no matter what your friends and family say. In my personal experience, it is OK to scream at the television and do a crazy dance when your team is winning by a milestone. If your friends and family can't understand your sports obsession, then just tell them that they are missing out or try to involve them personally. Well, my fellow sports lovers out there until another time. Later Chi town! :)