It might be a bit early to be talking about it, but since everyone else is, I’ll drop in my two cents on the NBA free agent class of 2010. Here is a pretty good list of the 2010 free agents (I’m taking this off the of the Dime Mag’s post – http://dimemag.com/2008/11/examining-the-knicks-2010-options/).
I don’t know if anyone still looks at this blog or not. If you want to join our Fantasy Baseball league, just add a comment to this post. I’ll send you the link to join.
You can try going on to Yahoo! and joining that way, but I’ve heard there was difficulty doing that in previous years.
League name: GHS Vikings
On a bit of a side note, I’m not planning on publishing a baseball preview this year. It takes a lot of effort to do one well and I’ve been a bit busy lately. Also, I don’t want to half-ass one like I did last year. It doesn’t reflect well on me at the end of the season.
I’m not sure if anyone out there is interested or not, but if you have Netflix, you can add me as a friend. Just click this link:
As you’ve probably noticed, this blog has become very stagnant. I have no one to blame but myself.
I honestly can’t say that I will post on any regular basis going forward, but if you are itching for some new posts by me, I’ve started posting on the new Grad Cafe blog.
In case you don’t know, I am in the process of applying to graduate school. As such, I’ll be posting on the Grad Cafe’s blog about my experiences. I’m listed as “MAN” on the site. So, if you go to their site, look for articles by “The MAN” or “man.”
I have my first post up on the site, so you can pop over and check it out if you’d like. It is one of those crazy long rambling blogs I tend to do. So, if you like, check it out.
In case anyone is interested, I’ve got a fantasy basketball league on yahoo.
League name = GHS Vikings
League password = 2k8 or 2k9 (I’m pretty sure I turned off the password, but in case it is still on, try each of these. One of them will work).
The league set-up is the same as previous years.
Which presidential ticket do you trust more on economic issues?
McCain-Palin 36% 78997 votes Obama-Biden 64% 137779 votes Total Votes: 216776