What Would Buddy Do?
What Would Buddy Ryan Do?
Posted on July 15th, 2007 at 10:25 pm by Cheesesteak Hoagie

buddyphi.jpgI guess Buddy Ryan would start a new blog about the Eagles.  Either that, or he’d put a bounty on my head and call me a sissy; later he would attempt to punch me in the face on the sideline. 

Welcome to my new Eagles blog.  I have this other blog where I used to write about the Eagles sometimes.  And by “sometimes” I mean “fairly frequently.”  And by “fairly frequently” I mean “most weeks during the season along with a couple posts on semi-interesting offseason topics.” 

Said posts tended to be mind-bendingly boring for the people who visited said blog looking for information about me, a topic which, in all honesty, I’m not terribly interested in sharing on the Electric Internet.  But the Eagles?  The Electric Internet isn’t yet vast enough for my musings on the Eagles.  Through the miracles of RSS, I’m reasonably confident that I consume ~85 percent of the Eagles-related content on the Electric Internet.  I wish that was a joke.  It’s not.  The Eagles are my favorite content brand, and I enjoy the consumption thereof.  I read all the articles in the various Philly papers.  I watch all the videos on the Eagles site.  I even [staring at ground in shame] listen to WIP over the web.

Yeah, it’s that bad.  But hey, everybody’s gotta have a hobby.  The Birds are my hobby.  And now I’m going to spin my hobby into a little Electric Internet Project.  Thus, bountybowl.com. 

My goal is to post something most days, even if it’s just a link to something I’ve read or watched with some commentary.  I don’t have the time or bandwidth for many exhaustive posts, but I’ve got an ingenious plan: I’ll make it up in volume.  One-liners are just fine.  Links to videos are just fine.  Silly pictures are fine too.  I just want to keep it fresh and frequent.

So that’s the plan. 

Oh right, and I almost forgot:


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Link Here | October 20, 2007,

I don’t approve of political jokes I’ve seen too many of them get elected — unknown

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Link Here | October 23, 2007,

The competent programmer is fully aware of the limited size of his own skull He therefore approaches his task with full humility, and avoids clever tricks like the plague — Edsger W Dijkstra, EWD340

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