Who’s for real for 2009 and beyond?

The regular season’s been history for about four weeks now, and things have obviously been quiet around here. We’re still producing playoff content, but to be honest I have taken the last few weeks to recharge the batteries a little. One of our full-time employees left the company mid-season, right before Thanksgiving, and I basically had to pick up his slack. I literally worked 95 hours a week the final six weeks of the season. I think I almost died. I hope there wasn’t a serious drop-off in our content and if you didn’t notice, that means I rule because I took on about 75% of this full-time employee’s workload – and I was working about 70 hours a week to begin with. I don’t think anyone noticed, so I believe I do, in fact, rule.

Of course, I really haven’t been able to rest too much, since I’ve been addressing all the things I’ve been ignoring from August-December, and as usual I have a ton of things going on. Some personal, and some business. For one, we’re looking to hire two new full-time employees, and it’s an extremely tedious process. For every 100 people who truly believe [...]

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