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"They respect you if you write. The dumber the world gets, the more the words matter." -Dan Jenkins

Sunday, January 09, 2005

Happy New Site!

Well, here it is: 2005. New year, new site.

You may be wondering, "Alex, you've only written four new columns since you moved to Los Angeles. Why even bother?"

And to that I say...good question.

Seriously, though, I think this new site is easier to navigate for the reader. It's definitely easier for me to maintain. Hopefully I will write more often than I did during my first semester of law school. The topic might stray from sports more often than it did in the past, mostly because I don't work at ESPN anymore (obviously), and also because the NHL gave me a decent chunk of my material, especially during the dead period between the Super Bowl and Spring Training.

On that note, you can look forward to future columns on topics such as law school, Los Angeles traffic, Los Angeles weather, how Los Angeles weather affects Los Angeles traffic, the Eagles and their quest to avoid a fourth straight NFC championship game loss, and UCLA hockey, which is now an important part of my life.

No promises, though.


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