Rules of EngagementTuesday, October 11th, 2011
Hi, everyone… thanks so much for checking out my new website! Lots of ways for us to connect here: Twitter, Facebook, a comment section on the Blog, and a Q&A Page (there’s an area on the Contact page for questions). Full disclosure: the functionality of all this cyber-technology is beyond my comprehension. But I’ll figure it out eventually.
The site is definitely a work in progress– more photos and video to come– and I’ll be updating my schedule frequently, so stop by any time. I’d also really love your feedback and any suggestions you may have about content, blog topics and site features. Since we’re a “family friendly” establishment, though, I’ve put together a few…
Rules of Engagement:
- I strongly encourage all feedback to be overwhelmingly positive!
- (sigh) OK. That’s kinda Pollyannaish. But if you insist upon throwing jabs, how about some constructive criticism? Or a counterargument? C’mon. Humor me. It’ll make me think you care. And even if you don’t care, but send me a goody bag with dark chocolate in it, all will be forgiven.
- Please be sensitive to the fact I’m a Mets fan. The Yanks and Phils made early playoff exits, and that’s cool and all… but I’m still extraordinarily fragile. It’s been a rough few (many) years. Between the Wilpons’ lawsuit hell this season, injuries and Jose Reyes’ shameless stunt to get a few measly extra bucks for a flippin batting title, I’m at my wits end. At least Citi Field has a Shake Shack. One chocolate shake, please. Make that a double.
- Feel free to veer off the sports path! I’m a news junkie and if you follow me on Twitter (and if you don’t, you’re really missin out on all the fun. Handle is @BonnieBernstein. Giddy up, Tonto), you know I comment on lots of stuff outside my realm of expertise. And truth be told, more times than not, I throw things out there because I love accumulating a broad sampling of your opinions.
Capisce? Comply, and all will be copasetic.
But just in case… the next time you’re in the grocery store… you might wanna pick up a can of dark chocolate almonds.