And, I thought about that, starting a blog that is. I just did not think I could commit the time to it to make it anything worthwhile. I did not think about joining someone else's, as I like the pretty much immediate feedback this message board style offers.You wouldn't need to start the blog. You could comment on other blog sites.
SB Nation is pretty good.
Maybe you want a Facebook arrangement.Dear God no. But, then again, I am anti social media in all forms, to the point that it is my intention to eventually be the only human NOT on facebook.
It's the threads that go for 50+ pages each day that hold little interest to guys wanting to talk actual baseball. I actually posted in there earlier today asking if anyone had heard from Richie Stamos. I know he lives near Adairsville in Georgia, and I heard a lot of people were hurt there. As far as I know, nobody even bothered to respond.I get you on this. For me, my problem is that I think I am actually making e-friends in some cases. Sadly, I have found that NOT to be the case by and large. I guess I will be in the very small minority that does not understand why people who communicate here daily can not care about each other as people.
Team Boards and Specific threads are the way to go, from now on!
You would obviously recall when MPL died, and despite his apparent lack of 'friends' here, it was nice to see so many people pay some great tributes to himTo that, I have wondered how many folks started to speak more highly of him after he died out of their own guilt, and on how they treated him here while he was alive?