home? (scoutmom taps on the screen to
get your attention). I have an important
question for you.
Please bear with me...and read through to the bottom.
I was going to write about the NCAA BCS Championship Game
between THE Ohio State and LSU. I was
going to write about the NFL playoffs Divisional match-ups. I was going to write about Roger Clemens saying
"never...never...never" on 60 Minutes last night when asked about HGH, testosterone
and steroid usage. I've been going to
write about a lot of stuff lately, but every time I start, I ask myself "why"?
Why take the time to give the facts, or an occasional pithy
comment about sports? Okay, so they're
not THAT pithy but sometimes they are, right?
Right? Hello? Someone?
Anyone? Bueller?? Dang!
Granted what I write isn't going to win me any recognition
or awards. That's not why I do it. I started doing this because it was fun and
because people seemed to like to comment on what I was writing when I did it
over in the forums. I wanted to do
something that would provoke some thought, start a dialogue or maybe bring a
smile to your face.
But when nobody reads it, why do it? It's kind of like "If a tree falls in the
forest, and no one is there to hear, does it make a sound?" or "If a husband
says something and his wife isn't around to hear, is he still wrong?" Sorry,
I guess what I'm asking is this: Is there something you would like to see more
(or less) of? Box scores without the
commentary? Commentary without the box
scores? BLT, hold the mayo?
Argh, mateys, this be yer chance to let me know what I need
to be writin' about! !