What does 'Truculent' mean?
You should read this before you read the FAQ.
So what exactly do you do?
I don't want to click.
We're a comedy site dedicated to following the major Toronto sports teams. We occasionally report the news, but mostly offer heavily biased and quasi-informed opinion pieces that hopefully make you laugh.
I don't see the Raptors anywhere.
OFFICIAL ANSWER: The Raptors will be covered when the Raptors are worth covering. UNOFFICIAL ANSWER: Our founder and lead writer doesn't follow the Raptors, even out of curiosity. He admittedly knows very little about them, except that every few years an NBA star pisses off every basketball-following citizen in the city by leaving it.
Does the "founder and lead writer" provide all of the site's content?
When this site launched, wasn't there an entire staff of writers?
Yes. They all quit, due primarily to two reasons: A) laziness, and B) having busy adult lives.
So if you're the only writer, why do you use inclusive pronouns like "we" and "our" on all these pages?
It sounds more impressive.
You mean it just disguises the fact this is basically your own personal Leafs/Jays blog.
And you were completely fooled for awhile, weren't you?
Is the site on Twitter?
Are there any advertisements on the site?
Can I advertise on your site?
What do you want to advertise?
Why don't you update your site more often?
We actually do pretty well. Because most of our articles might be considered 'feature' pieces,
we procrastinate each one for days on end they take longer to write than conventional, informed, up-to-the-minute Leaf blog posts. (But if that's what you're looking for, I highly recommend these guys). There are, unfortunately, only 24 hours in a day - and we dedicate most of those to Xbox Live. Relax. If it's worth laughing at, we'll make sure we make you laugh at it.
You've just linked the Maple Leaf Hot Stove, and you mention them all the time on Twitter. What's the deal?
We have a content-sharing partnership with MLHS. They're phenomenal.
You mean Alec gets free content from you and you get to ride his high-traffic coattails for increased visibility, right?
That is almost exactly it, yes.
Why did you create/do you manage this site?
Is it fun?
Why are there so many spam comments on several of the articles?
Because until recently, I couldn't be bothered to figure out and install Drupal's anti-spam module. Expect a spam comment smackdown
in the coming days in the coming weeks soon!
I think this is all kind of a joke.
(Fist pump) Success!