Thank you

December 8, 2005

For taking the time to read this blog every now and then. I have to admit, when the bosses first approached me about doing this, I said absolutely no way without a significant raise. When they got done laughing, they said, "You’re doing it.”

It hasn’t been as bad as I feared. I can’t believe anyone wants to hear me blather on about my personal thoughts on hockey. Oh, you don’t? Thank goodness, I was starting to think there was something wrong with you.

OK, then, let’s have some trivia. I don’t have any prizes to give away, but you’ll have the eternal glory of stumping me, and quite possibly stealing my title of the person in Fort Wayne most desperately needing to get a life.

Besides Tod Hartje (great book), one other former Komet wrote a book about himself. Who was it and what was the title?

If you’d care to try stumping me, you seriously need a better challenge, because that would probably be too easy.

Have fun. If you’d like I could throw one or so a week up here. If not, you’ll be forced to hear me blather more. (Stopping that is almost as good as a prize, right?)

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5 Responses to “Thank you”

  1. Burgee Says:

    Is it “hit me with your best shot” by steve fletcher? well, wait a minute, those are song lyrics aren’t they?

    Blake, if you want to go for that raise i think all of us blog junkies could boycott your blog until you get the raise.

  2. blake Says:

    Uh, thanks, I think.
    Nope, not Steve Fletcher, though he would have a fascinating book.
    Right track, wrong guy.

  3. Mark Says:

    I have no idea…didnt know hockey players knew how to write…

  4. Blake Says:

    Bueller? Bueller?
    Anyone? Anyone?

    OK, here’s another clue. He’s probably the most successful Komet of all-time. C’mon, now, that’s a huge clue.

  5. Blake Says:

    Bueller? Bueller?
    Anyone? Anyone?

    OK, here’s another clue. He’s probably the most successful Komet of all-time. C’mon, now, that’s a huge clue.

    Oh, man, this truly DOES prove that I’m the most desperate person around in terms of needing to get a life. Oh, the shame!


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