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Gary Fitzgerald Is Good People

Sorry I am late getting to this - Thursday was far too eventful for me on the homefront - but I just wanted to say that I don't think Gary stole my stupid list of plotlines. I am sure it was a coincidence and he and I will have a laugh about it later today at mini camp.

Gary is a solid dude and one of my favorite people at The Park. He's a real stand-up guy and there is no way he would do something like that. It's not like my list was super-top secret or anything - that was all pretty standard stuff. I would expect some overlap and I am not the only person who would produce those same five ideas.

So please, let's not bash him or make this into an us vs. them thing. Gary's cool. You guys would like him. I'd invite him to the Second Annual RI Beer 'n Jameson Fest (early July maybe?), except the powers that be over at The Park might not take too kindly to it.

Overall though, man, it was good to have to spend a solid 35 minutes Thursday night reading through all the comments again. Felt like old times. Maybe we're finally getting the band back together after all. Just think what it'll be like when we have some actual news or results to churn over?

You guys gave me a ton of great ideas and I'm putting them into a word file to have in my computer come the dog days of training camp, 'cause I can assure you a lot of that stuff will eventually end up in print. My bloggy peeps are all over this team.

I took at look at Issue No. 1 from the list - JC The QB - in today's paper, and I have a pretty comprehensive look at the changes being made to the D set for the Sat. paper, so DCSween, for one, should enjoy that.

Otherwise, I'll post anything of note during practice today when I see it, and post something before I leave The Park, too.

On a non-football tangent, anyone with tips on how to contain a daredevil toddler, intent on risking her two years on this planet with flagrant crib dives - a la Superfly Snuka off the top rope - by all means pass them along. Chloe busted her lip pretty good leaping out of her crib in the morning and then got caught in the act by Lauren going for another attempt during naptime.

We're looking into a toddler bed (Gary, a friend from Comcast, is hooking us up with one from storage that his kids no longer use, and I guess that's the only move we have left to make). Man, can't believe how fast all this stuff happens. Ready for a big-girl bed. Yikes.

Rocco, alas, was unmoved by Thursday's events and stuck to his normal routine of consuming as much milk as humanly possible. This kid is like 10 weeks old and already wearing clothes made for 6-month olds. Gotta get him out to The Park this summer to take a picture with Buges. Maybe Joe will make him an honorary Dirtbag or something.


By Jason La Canfora  |  June 15, 2007; 6:15 AM ET
 
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