Since there’s not much to do in New England in January when the Pats don’t make the playoffs, I decided to update our blogroll. Rest assured, the list now contains no dead blogs, out-of-date URLs, or lame-o bloggers who take the winter off. Seriously, I just can’t respect anyone who hangs up their keyboard come November. I mean, the rest of us are here, waiting it out, refreshing mlbtraderumors, sitting under those SAD lightboxes and reading The Mindful Way Through Depression. But where are they? WHERE ARE THEY? Actually, I don’t even care. I’m going to make some more hot chocolate, throw a good slug of whiskey in it, and think about summer. Oh, and click through the blogroll.

And if you know of any blogs that are more fun than checking, waiting for the days to get longer, leave ’em in the comments.

One Response to “UmpBump PSA: Blogroll Updated”

  1. You already have a good number of Phillies blogs, but this one is my personal favorite –

    I want to point out that Phillies Nation has one of the funniest blog features going, “The Steve Jeltz Award” – which inspired me to purchase a Steve Jeltz autographed card from eBay for under a dollar (shipped).

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