...is under construction.
I don't know how long it's going to take me. That all depends on my learning curve. I'm going solo. But I'm committed to it. I do not plan on moving out of the MLB BloggerHood. I like it here! I will continue this blog with joy.
I also have my
I will also maintain this blog just the same and just incorporate them into the website.
There are two other blogs I started on Blogspot but they were primarily meant to be guinea pigs while I learned how to do new things and see how they worked, and also to see where I went wrong. I'll be deleting those in the coming weeks and consolidating everything into Breukelen Station. Over the last two weeks I've been spending a little more time here while Met Camp is quiet with no real new developments.
My Blogspot page has ALL the content of my MLBlog, but this is where I really get Brooklyn centric and relax things up a bit. In a little bit of shameless cross self-promotion I offer you three posts from my Blogspot.
This post was triggered by a recent e-mail I received by a person/group who oppose the Atlantic Yards Project and the uses/abuses of eminent domain. This is all about the NBA NETS moving to Brooklyn. They thought I might be interested in what they had to say. Boy did they think wrong. I kinda put "her" on blast. I probably shouldn't have been so rough on her but what's done is done. I meant everything I said though. But I didn't have to be such a *%$# about it.
This post is fifteen minutes of some guy's life he'll never remember. But if he should ever want to know what happened to him that one mid-morning winter day, I have the whole thing documented! When I saw this cat trippin, stumblin & fumblin down the block, my Spidey Sense said pull over for a couple of minutes and watch. Our inebriated friend didn't disappoint. This guy wasn't a homeless person I was getting a good laugh out of so I didn't feel bad. This guy looked like he just partied way too much @ 11:30am!
This last post is about the continuing construction of Brooklyn Bridge Park. The old obsolete shipping and long-shore-men's paradise is being transformed into a public park along several miles of Brooklyn's waterfront. If you want to watch a quick 2min clip about an early 19th century building getting torn down as part of the demolition/construction, check out the post and click the vid.
Thank you everyone for all your kindness.