First of all, thanks for the emails and tweets and stuff. It reminds us that people like us. We didn't pause due to drama or anything, we're just real people and this happens to be a busy season.
That said, your requests that we keep on keepin' on reminded us of an obligation.
Some bloggers think fans have an obligation to be consistantly vocal because they grace the internet with their completelyamazingandnewi'msure ideas. We say nay - we have an obligation to YOU. We promised we'd be here, and here we are. You guys are better than the jobbers at some certain places that fill the comments with
"My wife made meatload, what did your make?"
"Lasagna. I have to go to sleep soon."
"Yeah me too. Hope your dog feels better."
We pray that we become forgotten before such codependent chodes fill our inbox with garbage.
You guys fill our inbox with blingees and scary dance videos and jpegs with really concerning topics and horrifying interviews translated from Russian magazines and a passing moment we missed in a game. It's AWESOME.
Every hockey fan should be so lucky. So we try to pass what we get onto everyone. We're going to keep trying for a while. We'll have slumps and hard times, but we promise to give advance notice if we're going to Shut It Down.
ON ANOTHER NOTE:
IS A TERRORIST ORGANIZATION.
Well. Okay maybe not. But still
100.7 occasionally plays this game called "Guess What Evgeni Malkin is Saying."
I'd pretend to be offended, but really, it's kind of a hilarious concept. Well, or would have been if it were 2009 and his english still sucked. As is, I mean, you can kind of tell what he's saying. It's not hard, especially if you use context clues.
So this morning on my way to work, they were playing the game. I don't call radio stations as a general rule of pride, but after too many people had called in and enraged me I called and translated the interview which was just essentially a description of what had happened in the game.
We know there are people who understand you, sweet Evgeni.
Anyway. They asked if I was a "Hockey Ho" which I guess is a misguided attempt at making a phrase like "Puck Bunny." I responded that I was not, but I am a hockey fan.
Should we just assume that all people who listen to a certain kind of music are horrible people?
Maybe we should.
We'll be bringing the laughs back soon. We enjoy you.