Raindrops

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You’ve asked for it, and now you’re going to get it. As MOA, I now bring you another touching moment in the history of sports. The setting is the basketball gym at Greece Athena High in Rochester, New York. The protagonist is a young student who is the team manager; jobs include distributing balls, towels, and water. (Just bare with me, this video is way better than Waterboy the movie.) However, the antagonist is fate itself, for this boy has autism. But can fate be altered by one rise to glory? The story of this young man will answer that question and bring you to the brink of tears…or at least choke you up a little. It got me.

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  1. C&R
    Feb 28, 2006 @ 14:39:40

    Yeah, too bad you can’t delete comments from the website. Oh! Zing!

  2. MOD
    Feb 28, 2006 @ 12:48:43

    That makes me feel bad for my Jew comment. Jeez, why am I such a dick?

  3. Minister of Media and Technology
    Feb 28, 2006 @ 10:43:50

    Hotter than a pistol…nicely done MOA, but I think you’ve been putting in the videos slightly off, but I will fix. YouTube was down earlier if you we’re wondering why the video wasn’t loading.