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I started this blog 10 years ago without a clue on how to do it. My first posts are amusing to look at now, all these years later. My motivation in the beginning was to scour the web and bring readers a collection of interesting finds, bizarre stories, funny videos and pictures that would make people feel a bit guilty for laughing. I think I did what I set out to do.
This blog has explored a lot of topics and recently expanded into a podcast with my good childhood friend, Frank Walsh. I have created 4,659 blog posts on Duck Duck Gray Duck that have been viewed and shared by millions across 40-plus countries. This one will be my last for awhile.
I have struggled to find time to keep up with the vast amount of content online and to package it in a way that is unique to all of you. Truthfully, there are so many blogs that do a much better job. The amount of time required to keep this site running up to the standards I impose on myself is not a luxury life is providing me right now. Basically, I am just tired. I need to reset. I want to spend time focusing on some other things that matter and put Duck Duck Gray Duck up on the shelf somewhere.
I would like to thank some of the very first followers of my blog who have stuck with it since the beginning, the more recent evangelists of the podcast and, of course, my beautiful wife for putting up with all the “blog” talk and countless hours I spent on the computer posting away.
If you are a follower of this blog and/or podcast, I hope that you stay connected with the site and social media pages. Although it feels like the end, I never say never. Until we quack again…
Sadly, this happens every day on both sides of every issue. The Shania law stuff did make me laugh though.
Seriously, where is this place?
I prefer 4 or 10.
BRADLEY LUM, the Creator & Voice of the Comical Asian Rap Star “Tai Mai Shu” is still a huge hit on Youtube. He is a Stand-up Comedian/Actor based in the San Francisco Bay Area.
You can find some real Chinese rap here
ESPN is reporting MLB is set to roll out a new set of protective headwear for pitchers in Spring Training, as 20 pitchers will get a new hybrid helmet cap which was made collaboratively by MLB and the MLB Players Association.
The product is designed to be lighter than the previous incarnations, which drew criticism for how they looked (See Mets pitcher below). The new version is said to resemble visors.
Some protective helmet caps are available for youth baseball too. Check them out here.
NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 26: Alex Torres #54 of the New York Mets pitches against the New York Mets in the eighth inning on April 26, 2015 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. Yankees defeated the Mets 6-4. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Good Day Spokane anchor Nichole Mischke interviewed 110-Year-Old Flossie Dickey on her birthday. What you will learn is that Flossie no longer gives a shit.