After 10 years of searching, the United States can rest easy regarding Osama Bin Laden. The bastard is dead.
Celebrations are underway across America. The man responsible for countless terrorism-related deaths no longer roams the Middle East.
How can we further celebrate this announcement?
Anyone that's attended a Blackhawks home game knows that Hawks fans, following Anthem singer Jim Cornelison's lead, have a unique way of celebrating our awesome country before every game at the United Center.
Throughout the entire National Anthem, the building erupts. Prior to Game 1 of last year's Stanley Cup Finals, noise levels approached and passed 121 decibels; the level that may begin to cause hearing loss is 95 db.
With such a good cause, Bulls fans have an opportunity to duplicate the Hawks fans' efforts on Monday night at the United Center. I hope the Bulls have already contacted Cornelison about singing.
A teacher doubling as a sportswriter. When I'm home (currently teaching in NC since March '11), I sit in Section 328. I saw it all. I was there when you could hear someone fart in 326 and I was there with tears in my eyes when the lights dropped before Game 1 of the Finals. I love this team as much as life itself, but I won't feed you bull. All opinions are my own.