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30 great years

Today is my 30th birthday and I had grand visions of providing you all with 30 links to celebrate. Right now that seems a bit ambitious since the sun is shining and a trail near our house is calling my name...
All for now - I'm off to go enjoy the day and celebrate! Have a good weekend.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Happy Birthday, and many more. And it's you who's been giving us the gift - great site, thanks!
Lee said…
Happy Birthday!

I have to say that I have not been a fan of fantasy football magazines for a few years. It's a major turnoff for me when the content in a magazine I hand over cash for is months old. I specifically remember Jamal Lewis still being listed on the Ravens the year he went to the Browns (in March of 2008) in one reputable magazine.

Anyway, the Football Guys Mag is my mag of choice as we speak because it is out and the price is right so people should know about it.

You have a great birthday kid!
Tim said…
Hey Lee,

FBG's did not put out a Mag (in print form) this year. It is on a disk.

http://footballguys.com/cdcheck/cd.htm

Just wanted to say Happy B-day and thanks for this Blog.
LestersLegends said…
Happy Birthday!
PawPaw said…
Happy Birthday, Sara. Thanks for all you do!
Unknown said…
Hey we share your birthday! it's my wedding anniversary too. just celebrated 5 years. here's to many more years of marriage and birthdays!
Thanks for the birthday wishes!
Scott McShane said…
Happy B-Day.
Big fan of Football Guys. I checked out their mag for the first time this morning. It's really good. Not a magazine guy anymore, but theirs is highly recommended for all fantasy owners. I also wanted to say that I really like your site. Never really thought blogging was worth the time, but decided to try it out this year. There's a lot of great material out there. Since I'm addicted to fantasy football, I decided to create my my own blog and get in on the fun. I added your site to my blog roll. Check it out.

Scott
http://fantasyfootball4winners.blogspot.com/

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