Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Spring Cleaning

No game today, so I did a little tidying up around here. Spring cleaning if you will.

First off, I finally removed that poll on the sidebar there. I think it had ceased to work for some time now. Peavy won, in case you were wondering. I also added some links. First off is David's blog. He's said really nice things about us and comments regularly. He also offers opinions on baseball. That's always good.

The other link there is a PFS76 project. I've finally decided to harness my annoyance towards Ted Leitner in a useful way. Maybe you've noticed the What Did Jerry Do Today? posts. If you didn't know, Ted Leitner likes to ask Jerry Coleman what he does from day to day. Now, Jerry Coleman is no longer a young man, and though he does lead an interesting life, his day to day stories are droll at best, banal at worst. I thought it would make for interesting reading to gather them all together. I was doing it here whenever I had the chance. I think I got four... out of 11 games or so. I've come to the conclusion that they're too tough to keep up with. Between doing other things, watching the game on TV or in person, and just not paying attention while listening to Leitner drone, I'm positive I'll miss them and I'd like to be more complete in the regular season. So I'm going to try to remedy by creating a new blog that gathers together his daily items. If you notice that I missed a day, and you feel so inclined, post a quick description in the comments there. It would be very helpful.

Finally, by popular demand, I signed us up for a vanity e-mail address at Padres.com. If you need to get a hold of us, and are too shy to comment anonymously, you can e-mail us there. Or I guess if there's some bit of news that we miss, or if you want us to make an appearance at a birthday party for some reason, you can state your intentions there as well.


At 4:57 PM, Anonymous David said...

The lovefest continues...

At 10:52 PM, Blogger Dex said...

It's a recurring theme. It wouldn't feel right to let a day go by without it.


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