Mods, feel free to move or close this thread if necessary. I just wanted to get this off my chest and I wasn't sure where to put it. I know its a day late and a lot of you are probably sleeping, but this was my first chance to post. I am not American and I have never been to Boston. My connection to the City is through its sports teams and its fans. As a fan I have been lucky enough to witness Super Bowl Championships, World Series Victories and NBA Championships. I can honestly say that yesterday I had never felt more proud to call myself a Boston Sports fan. Its wasn't because of the teams, the players or the success, it was because of the City and the people they represent. Just like New York after 9/11, we have seen the strength, courage, resilience and unbreakable spirit of the people of Boston. To see people taking in complete strangers off the street and giving them a bed to sleep in when they had no where else to go. People taking in pets of those who didn't have the ability to care for them. And the first responders who showed unbelievable bravery to run towards the chaos as people fled for safety. I would like to be able to say I would do the same in that situation, but to be honest I don't know if I could. That is what makes these people special. I think the word hero gets thrown around way too often, especially in sport, but those people certainly are heroes. They say to see the good in a bad situation to look for the helpers. In a horrendous situation I think the world has seen the best of the Boston people. I just wanted to say to all of my brothers and sisters in Boston and around the world, I love you guys. Be safe and God bless. Go Pats!