I grew up as a Mets fan. When I was in High School, my older brother kept getting his friends season tickets to see the Yankees. It's hard not to be a Yankee fan when you are in a third base line box seat watching Greg Nettles play third base. I've continued being a fan into today.
I never held allegiance to any football team. When I met the women I love, I started watching the NY Giants every year. Now I can honestly say, I'm rooting for Eli.
I enjoy a good round of Golf. I just barely break 90, but I love the game. Double boggy golf isn't that bad, is it?
My vacations are usually centered around spring training in Tampa. We have a camper there that makes it more fun than a normal vacation. I spend my weekends in the Pocono’s, at our summer home. I live in central NJ and work in northern NJ. I've got three sons and one daughter and one step-son.
My first golf article. Feedback would be appreciated.
Agreed—I should have mentioned that you should feel free to flag comments that are spam or irrelevant to the conversation, in addition to ones that are inappropriate.
Thanks as always Keith,
I hear ya Keith.
We've considered making comments a members only kind of thing—but sometimes the anonymous comments are valuable to the discussion. We're still on the fence with this issue, so your input is appreciated.
In the meantime: we have a new comment flagging system which should get rid of a lot of the crap that the anonymous users tend to write. Make sure to click "flag" next to any comment which you think is inappropriate, and I'll make sure to review it.
Thanks as always for the feedback,
Definitely see your point on "is the thing." I don't if it's so much a geographical phrase as a personal idiosyncrasy...and it's good (or at least instructive) to know that it doesn't always come across like I want it to. I think I'll let it stand here--but I'll be mindful of the translation problem going forward. More feedback like this always welcome, BTW.
Thanks for the nitty-gritty review, Keith. What I was trying to say in that sentence was that the Pettitte confession/reaction has made me "see the light" w.r.t. the idea that it's better (for your image) to screw up and come clean than do the right thing from the beginning. How would you re-word the sentence, out of curiosity?
My sincerest apologies for the inconvenience Keith—we're working on it.
Are you using Internet Explorer 6.0 by chance? Our site looks much better on IE 7, so you might want to download that if you haven't already.
Either way, our development team will be spending the next few weeks improving site speed and performance, so hopefully this won't be an issue for too long.
Let me know if you have further questions. Thanks so much Keith.
Hmmm...what browser are you using Keith? Mac or PC?
Obviously the new site just came out so there are still a few bugs to be worked out. Let me know if it continues to be a problem.
Hope you're having a great weekend,
I hope you've been enjoying the new and improved Bleacher Report—we're really happy with the feedback we've received so far.
Just thought I'd let you know that next week we'll be launching the site to the world with some public announcements, and thus it'd be great to get a contribution from you between now and Tuesday to make Bleacher Report's launch a success.
Let me know if you need any help with ideas or have questions. Have a great weekend Keith!
For the record, I like your bold, no nonsense, no bs style, man. Way to keep me on my toes.