Wednesday, June 29, 2011


Hey guys,

I am sad to say I have to announce my retirement. I just can't keep up with the blog as much as I would like. I I liked doing this blog and was proud of what I thought was, decent analysis and writing. I am unable to continue to do it however.

I'd like to this of this as a leave of absence—I may have more retirements than Lord Favre and Sugar Ray Leonard put together. So keep tabs on If I can, I'd love to come back. And, as always, thanks so much for reading. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.

Paul L. Catalano


blmeanie said...

Paul, I will save it as a favorite, hope to see you back someday.

JC said...

Enjoyed it, man! Enjoy the kid! They grow up quick!

Travis said...

Sorry to see you go. I know how it goes though, I don't even have a child and I haven't posted to my blog in months.

Take care, and enjoy yourself.

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