This blog has been notably dormant since the end of the 2009 MLB season.
Partially because of the severe depression that another Yankees' World Series Championship put me under.
Partially because of real life interfering.
But mostly because since Vox launched in 2006, it never really took off as a blogging platform, and I didn't want to continually write here when I knew eventually I would be moving it all to another place, and didn't want to add to the amount of content that would have to be migrated/archived.
SixApart (parent company of Vox and LiveJournal) basically abandoned their products long ago when they were bought by a Russian company, and never made any real improvements to the software while other blogging services have since taken over. They've pretty much kept Vox and LiveJournal in maintenance-only mode ever since.
So with that said, I've known for a while that it was time to not only get the fuck off Vox, but also re-focus what I write about. If you look at the posts on this blog, I talk about pretty much everything sports-related that I'm into. But that can get a little convoluted if you're a Mets fan and you don't really much care about my Angels-related blogs, and vice versa. Or if you're an Islanders fan who has zero interest in mixed martial arts. You get the picture.
The plan is to pop up elsewhere (quite soon) under a new brand which is exclusively Mets and general baseball blogging.