Monday, December 31, 2007

Dawning of a new defensive age

It should be noted that a new defensive strategic was introduced this bleak winter day.

Since facts really have no place on this forum consider all that follows to be the Truth.

In the dying moments of the afternoon Mick introduced* the VB (Volleyball-Blitz) defense.

It is a simple 1-3. The 1 always blitzes and after each down the group rotates one position clockwise. What a tweest!

Of course, it only is applicable when the numbers are odd (well odder) and the blitz is "on".

Note, it was originally* run counter-clockwise, but this confused Mad Dog so it was refined.

The VB-D was perfectly* executed by the indomitable* group of Mick, Mad Dog, Dusty and Doogie.

This defense was responsible for 3* consecutive stops. Including my highlight-reel-worthy* pick.

* Your experience may vary.

Sunday, December 30, 2007

December 30, 2007

Not a bad day on defense and recieving. 3 TDs and 2 INTs. QB'ing sucked 1 for 3 on the TDs.

My memorable line.

"Once you take away Bob's confidence and luck all he has left are his fundamentals."

Or some approximation.

Mike and I also had a dandy collision with Ryan. Ryan is lucky that both Mike and I have air bags.

Sunday, December 9, 2007

Blogging - easy interface

I discovered there's an easier way to for everyone to submit blog entries to the site, rather than going through the (possible) hassle of signing up for a Google ID and entering it via the web interface.  Blair, I'm looking at you, Mr. I'm-going-to-post-about-this from last week.

You can email your entry to the email address I sent you earlier and it will turn it into a post. (Don't want to publish that on this site, we'll start getting spam.  Ask Mike if you need the address again).

Remember that it will include everything, including the signature at the bottom of your email, and any crap your company/email provider tacks on, like disclaimers and such.

For now, I'll set it to post automatically, but if we start getting spam or something, I'll turn on "approval" so that I can edit/view them first.  I think anyone who can post via the web can then do that approval stage, if it comes to that.  Currently that's Mark, Paul, Dustin and myself.