no. 1 favourite picture of sam kerr 

no. 1 favourite picture of sam kerr 

But Ducar’s proudest achievement occurred when he unearthed Heather O’Reilly well ahead of the competition. Tipped off by O’Reilly’s club coach, Charlie Naimo, Ducar watched O’Reilly play at a tournament with no other college coaches around because the players were just tenth graders. O’Reilly didn’t score a goal, but Ducar was impressed that when a player stole the ball from her, she exhausted herself to get it back.
As soon as the game ended, Ducar walked over to Naimo and said, “Charlie, that kid is going to be on a full ride to the University of North Carolina.
“Huh?” Naimo said. “She didn’t even score.”
Ducar replied, “I don’t care. That’s a Tar Heel.”
Two years later, as a senior in high school, O’Reilly joined the U.S. national team, and as a freshman at UNC she scored a record eight goals in the NCAA Tournament to lead the Tar Heels to the 2003 national championship.

(Source: griezmenn)

Rookie:I think the way you address alienation in your music really resonates with your fans. Do you think a certain degree of loneliness enriches our lives? Is it OK, or even good, to feel alone?
Morissey:Everyone is, in fact, alone. Being contractually tied to another person—in marriage, for example—accentuates the loneliness, because you have effectively allowed the state to determine your obligations to someone, as if you can’t trust and manage your own feelings by yourself. Anyway, I see humans as essentially solitary creatures, and this is not changed by surrounding ourselves with others, because they, too, are solitary. Life is a very serious business for the simple reason that nobody dies laughing.