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Hello Buc 'Em readers. My name is Lee Caswell and I have been a Buccaneer fanatic since 1995 or so. My grandparents took me to my first game while we were down here on a family vacation and I have been a constant fan ever since. I am originally from Kentucky but have lived in the Bay area for about eight years now. I attended both Western and Eastern Kentucky Universities, where I studied Journalism. I am happily married to my beautiful wife Korey, we have a ten month old son, Dylan.
I currently work as the Executive Vice President of Hopeful Tomorrow, a national children's charity that my mother and I started a couple of years ago. We provide tuition for America's most underprivileged and at-risk youth to participate in cultural and physical arts programs including but not limited to: dance, gymnastics, martial arts, theater, and music. If you would like to learn more about our charity you can visit us here http://www.hopefultomorrow.org Feel free to make a donation, we need all the help we can get.
As far as my writing goes, I tend to be a little hot headed. Especially when it comes to my beloved Buccaneers. I am very frustrated with the current state of the team, and although I know howling at the moon doesn't solve anything, it does make me feel better. I would say that I'm definitely the resident pessimist here on the Buc 'Em staff, but there are a lot of guys out there just like me. Some say I tend to be too negative, but I say I'm just being a realist. Although I may be very critical of the team and management at times, please realize that I am still a true fan, I just believe in tough love.
My sole responsibility here on the Buc' Em staff is to handle the caption contests. I really enjoy it. I also contribute the occasional story or fanpost here and there. I try to read every fanpost on the site, and comment as much as I can. Although I like to write, I really love the discussions that take place in the comments section and enjoy a heated debate every now and then. Well, that's me in a nutshell. Until next time...