Sunday, October 29, 2006

Welcome to our world

Let's be honest, if you’re stopping by here for the first time, you were probably referred by one of us, or someone who knows us. Or maybe you just found us out of sheer boredom.

Either way, it’s cool of you to visit. And if our blog title and description weren’t clear enough, I’ll give you the Cliff Notes version of who we are and what this blog is all about.

Basically we’re a bunch of 20- and 30-somethings who happen to be journalists at The Times, living in the Shreveport-Bossier City area.

You’ve probably seen us out and about, or talked to us, and, if we’re lucky, you might have even read at least one of our stories.

Well, what you may not know about us is that we’re a very opinionated bunch with a wide range of ideas, beliefs and perceptions of the world around us.

And more times than not, we’re very vocal about those opinions and views among each other. In fact, our discussions have played out a many of times over everything from newsroom chats to lunch and dinner debates.

But at the end of the day, we’re just normal folks like everyone else, trying to figure out our way through this maze called life.

So we’ve decided to open up and share those experiences, thoughts, observations and perceptions with you all.

We hope you laugh, we hope you get mad and most of all, we hope you comment!

Perhaps the best news is that just about anything goes here. Whether you respond with an "Amen!" or a "Heck naw!" it's all good, we just want to know you're out there.

So, welcome to the daily chaos known as our lives.

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