Saturday, July 29, 2006

We Want You!

We want to hear from you. Yes you! If you stop by Silva Sportz, drop us a line. It’s simple really. Just click on the “Comments” button at the bottom of the post. You’ll get a new page showing all the other people’s comments on the left and then a space to post your remark on the right. Post away ‘til your hearts content. If you disagree, you won’t be the first. Heck, the Silva boys don’t always agree with each other. And if you agree, well then we knew that you would. Our only rule is that you gotta keep it clean. Hopefully we’ll never make you so mad that your only way of expressing yourself is through four-letter words. After you’ve said your piece, then click on “Other” under Choose an Identity. Fill in the box next to “Name” with whatever you want your moniker to appear as when you comment. If you have a webpage you want to link to, then you can post it’s URL in the second box, but if not, then just leave it blank. Finally, fill in the word verification with whatever group of letters appears above it. This is a precautionary measure to prevent unwanted spamming. Finally publish your comments and you’re instantly thrown into that topic’s dialogue! Then don’t forget to check back often to see what others have responded to your remarks.
See without your opinions, rebukes, and general input then Silva Sportz isn’t nearly as satisfying as it can be. So be like Merrill Hess and swing away, but really comment away. Because how would you swing on a website, but then …..well, you get the picture. We look forward to hearing from you soon!


Blogger Phil Silva said...

Hey it works!

4:01 PM  
Blogger Phil Silva said...

nice merrill hess link

4:12 PM  
Blogger pete silva said...

when simon rex swung away he just beat up the boy

5:30 PM  
Blogger Situ said...

so Tim Tebow beat up a boy?

6:16 PM  
Blogger Jon Pyle said...

Quick note on the Mike Williams comment you left on The Big Lead:
If Mike Williams was an adult, he should've been allowed to pursue a career in any field, like any other college sophomore has the right to do. Since he didn't have that option (actually it was taken away from him), the NCAA should've been more obliging. I agree that he's an adult, but the NCAA didn't treat him that way, so the logic of "he's an adult" is inconsistent.

With that said, he's absolutely responsible for his actions at this point and is likely getting what he's earned. I agree wholeheartedly. In fact, even if he stayed in school and was drafted the following year, he probably would be in the same position if it really is a work ethic issue. But, he shouldn't have had to enter the league the way he did, (after a pointless year off) so we'll never know.

On a totally different note, I checked out your site and you're doing some good stuff. Congrats and keep it up. I'll swing by and keep reading.

6:01 PM  
Blogger Marsha said...

SWEEEEET!!!! love the site 'drew
love the commentary.

7:27 AM  

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