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R.I.P. chat window

I said goodbye to the meebo chat window on the right side of the blog today. Now if there's an outpouring of love from you all for that chat window, then by all means, let it be known in the comments and I will bring the chat back. But I haven't been able to keep up with the chat and it seems unfair to you all to offer a place for advice and then never get back to you. So instead, I have disabled the chat feature and am hoping that instead you all will use the contact me button to e-mail me OR leave comments on blog posts. I am much better equipped to answer those queries and feel like I'll be providing better fantasy football advice that way. Let me know if this brings you great chat sorrow and perhaps I'll resurrect it once a week for a chat afternoon or something.

Now to the weekly update on the FFLibrarian's Challenge in the NBC Sports' $100K Fantasy Challenge, here are the top 5 teams as of this week:
  1. Lab
  2. Teh Big Red Dogs
  3. Copycats
  4. Micksauce
  5. Law Dawgs

Comments

Highlander said…
Tonite I can write the saddest lines.
Alas poor Sara, I knew thee well....
Be careful not to be too caught up in your whirlwind fame and popularity: FFL eyeglasses, FFL book covers, FFL T'shirts . The chat window was ur personal touch with the masses.
Now one must wonder if you answer the e'mails urself or perhaps its Wyatt or Doc who does? You do have a gift of prose, and your appeal goes way beyond your gender. Just dont lose sight of whence you came.

Pablo
PS Be careful not to damage your fantsy karma . Far more important than all the expert rankings and stats. Was that FFL for president under armour I just saw?
Thanks Neruda fan, but I do hope there are other aspects to my blog that make it unique. Like I said, I will certainly consider bringing the chat back at times if there's enough interest.
Anonymous said…
I recommend using e-mail, y'all. Great in-depth advice.
Anonymous said…
Woohoo! First place! (Now I'm gonna fold like a cheap suit.)
Lab, you rock - you're not only in 1st place here but 320th overall, I think. That's fantastic! No pressure or anything...

And thanks anon, glad you like the e-mail advice.

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