Hello, Friends! And I do mean friends. After over a year in exile, I, Andrew Barraclough/BIGCatBobcat/theRobertoGato (the original, accept no imitations), am back home at BobcatsPlanet.com. Ziggy and I talked through our issues, and believe me, they were many (they weren’t really many) and I’ve agreed to come back. I had one condition however: my first post back has to have a picture of the hottest Bobcats dancers, on the front page and as big as I’m allowed to make it. You’re welcome.
If you actually want the sordid details of my time away from BobcatsPlanet, the first and what should have been the only place I ever posted, we can deal with that on a personal basis. But I will tell you this, I missed everyone here, especially our hero, the man who runs this site “Ziggy.”
We never had any issues, of course he bid me farewell and wished me the best when I thought a special opportunity arose and didn’t say “I told you so,” when I came to him as a friend when I ran into issues.
Can I tell you the area of the photo to the left that is in the window as I type is fantastic? Just works out that way and if I keep typing, it might go away…
That’s why they made the scroll wheel, right fellas? Many of you know, me, many of you might not. Quite a few of you might not even care, but I’ll tell you this, I’m passionate about the Charlotte Bobcats. If you’re here, if you post in the forums, you are too. Judging by the TV numbers and attendance (I’m talking about the people who have season tickets or come to the odd game as a Bobcats fan, not these front runners that cheer Miami, Boston, Chicago, the Lakers or the Clippers) we are a select few. That’s ok. We’ll be the guys in 10 years saying “Yep, I was there for 8-58 (that’s right, they’ll win against either Orlando or New York),” or “We were on BobcatsPlanet posting from the beginning, or well, yeah the early days.” We’ll be the old men in the online version of a rocking chair telling the whipper snappers they don’t know how good they’ve got it, when the Bobcats are perennial playoff contenders and Anthony Davis is in that Tim Duncan, waning part of his career after 2-3 championships.