Monday, September 8, 2008

People love me. (updated x 2)


Maybe it was my electrifying performance at the logo unveiling, or maybe it was the way I cut my sideburns extra negative today. Whatever the reason, people love me:
  • Ball Don't Lie: "Upside and Motor is right, and Rebecca Lobo agrees: Whoever is in charge of photoshoppin' duties at this new Oklahoma City blog — Bend It Like Bennett — is at least as good, if not better than whoever designed the real Thunder logo.
  • Hardwood Paroxysm: "I don't know what's the most awesome: the name, the writing, or the photoshop work. Add to RSS Readers, immediately, hordes."
  • Deadspin!
  • Supersonicsoul: "I hope the OKC fans embrace this brilliant "web 2.0" peek into their new franchise...Best wishes to them, and their sharp-witted, irony-proof citizenry."
  • And One: "This is brilliant...Unless, of course, they're serious, in which case all is lost."
  • Upside and Motor: "Another big-time blog for OKC. The name is ridiculously great, and whoever is photoshopping over there is at least as good, if not better than whoever designed the real Thunder logo."
  • World Hoops Blog: "Greatest name for a blog, ever. Peep Friday's post going Lampoon on the new OKC logo. Me likes lots."
  • Red's Army
  • Oklahoma City BBall: " I wonder if this guy is even from OKC. Seems just like a covert Seattle fan. But regardless, they can eat it."
  • NBA Fanhouse: "Every team needs a snarky, pessimistic blog to offer dystopic viewpoints about ... well, everything. The Thunder can fill in this bubble now."
  • Sports Illustrated

True to form, Darnell Mayberry has yet to comment.



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

you are awesome. serious. your blog busts me up.

The Mitten said...

Clay, you're a deep and compassionate thinker, and a person with a rare and unique charisma that brings out the best in everyone you touch...

Damn, why didn't I think of this first.

McC said...

Damn, why didn't I think of converting your blog's unused bandwidth into electric potential and hybridizing it with clean, affordable and domestic natural gas to charge my iTablet pre-release? Guess I just did.