- I know, I know, I know. Where to begin? Well, first off, I’ve scrapped the idea of buhner.com being this whole “articles for the people” website. It’s my website, and I’ve learned that if it’s ever going to be updated on a regular basis, it’s going to be me writing the articles. I fell into the trap in the past of waiting on articles from other people, and when they didn’t come, I blew off doing anything for the site. I also let the site die down for several weeks because I went on vacation, and those weeks turned into a four month hiatus. No more.
Buhner.com is going to be updated, if by anything, by writing at least something in this section every day, or at least as often as I can. Articles will be written by me, but if anyone reading this (do people actually read this?) has an article they’d like to write, feel free to send it in. I’ve got no problem with that. But I will not be looking for articles any more. The content, for the mostpart, is mine, and mine alone. This is nothing against those who have wrote for buhner.com in the past. This is just solely a new beginning.
Of course, I wrote a new article to get me in the mood for updating the page. It’s called The Case For Mattingly, and it’s yet another one of my articles about baseball, this time regarding the Hall Of Fame and certain recent relevations regarding a recently inducted player. Check it out, and feedback is always welcome.