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Monday, March 23, 2009

Welcome to '64 and Counting...

Posted By on Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 2:11 PM

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When someone new moves to the neighborhood, it's customary for the you to bring them cookies or whatnot to welcome them. It's just polite.

So, it's important to know that I like oatmeal raisin and Scene's offices are on W. 9th.

Actually, I suppose I should be the one welcoming you. Don't expect cookies though. I can't bake.

There's certainly no dearth of quality Clevo-related blogs out there — in fact, there's too many to name in this space. My hope is merely to join the conversation with this here blog, talking about everything from Jay Guidinger (the Working Man's Hero, if you didn't know) to the facial hair stylings of the Tribe (Jamey Carroll looked like Paul Byrd's little brother when he had a goatee last year) to stats and everything in between.

Not sure what direction this blog will go as it evolves. It's a work in progress. I'd like to use my "access," however limited and purely imaginary it might be, to do some fun stuff with the teams in the vein of the DC Sports Bog, but that's a project for down the road. Until then, I can only hope, God willing, that I'll get to interview Sharon Reed some day.

For now, bookmark the page, subscribe to the RSS feed, leave some comments, stick around and enjoy.

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