Go Forth and Forthify

I'm doing my taxes and listening to Eddie Kendricks (this is how it feels), so you'll have to make due with some links to writing elsewhere:

-QUOTEMONGER COMES BACK HARD. Also, now beginning to show up in the mag.

-My contribution to the Chitlins and Gefilte Fish project.

Will try and get something up before I head to Portland for Monday!

-KP absolutely murders it with his Bill James-inspired look back at the decade.

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At 2/06/2009 5:03 PM, Blogger mdesus said...

so this might be against the sites ethos or whatever, but could you place links to your (and the other guys) writing other places. I read the sporting news blog, but things aren't always linked, and it'd be nice to have a small clearing house for all the fd alumni stuff.

At 2/06/2009 6:02 PM, Blogger Mr. Six said...

I enjoyed "blaze of parody" and the idea that D'Antoni might have take the Knicks job as a Situationist gag with a big paycheck and agreeable geography.

At 2/06/2009 6:07 PM, Blogger jochbe said...

Everyone reading this thread needs to immediately stop and read the Quotemonger instead...

At 2/07/2009 9:15 AM, Blogger GM-Carson said...

I have a funny baseball blog that I think you and your readers might like @ http://morehardball.blogspot.com

Wanna swap links?

At 2/07/2009 3:20 PM, Blogger appel82 said...

Please console us Portland people, I'm having impure thoughts about Kevin Durant.

At 2/07/2009 3:32 PM, Blogger El Presidente said...

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At 2/07/2009 3:59 PM, Blogger Bethlehem Shoals said...

Why did you delete that? I logged on especially to say that yes, you should go ahead and consider this an Amare open thread, since I've got too much on my plate to write something myself.

If people want it, I'll make sure to announce everything I write elsewhere in posts. It would be a little weird to do that every time I do a short post on TSB, but I'll make sure I do it for columns there and elsewhere.

I am saying this with absolutely no forethought: What if Amare went to New York NOW?

At 2/07/2009 7:15 PM, Blogger wondahbap said...

Then Cleveland fans would cry.

At 2/07/2009 8:20 PM, Blogger aly said...

Just got the book. Really enjoy it. Great work.

I'm still praying for the espn trade machine shaq to the lakers for odom and change deal to happen


At 2/08/2009 2:42 PM, Blogger FunWithLogic said...

Amare going to NY... awesome. Fitting. Get him where he is happy and enjoy his basketball. Let LBJ stay in Ohio and get some great unit in NY in one or two years that can challenge them, LA, and Boston (and hopefully Portland and NOLA).

What would this imply about the Suns organization? To me, the implication would be that business has too much control of how teams operate because it appears that everyone who cared about the SSoL system is ditching out of the organization and apparently reuniting in NY. I wish that there was some way to insert some player discretion when there is a change of franchise leadership.

It should just not be so easy to destroy a work of art.

Kerr:sanctity of basketball as an artform::Bennett/Stern:hometown loyalty?

At 2/08/2009 5:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 2/08/2009 5:11 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Forget about Amare. What about the blockbuster ft. Admo. Phil will have to bring back his mustache to make the Bust from the Great Northwest feel comfy in his new confines. The Lakers are a lock now.

Finally got the book. I know there has been talk about Book II, any update?

At 2/10/2009 1:22 AM, Blogger Phoebus said...

FunWithLogic, no.

us:basketball as fun human zoology :: date-rapey guys with wraparound shades:SunsAreSoFiveMinutes ago.

That being the case, any reunion in NY would depend on the basketball ownership there being the former, even though the fan base is a hunnerd percent the latter.

so keep dreamin'.


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