Thursday, July 2, 2009

Back to Normal.

Well, it’s sure been an interesting day. I’ve fielded interview requests from national media and inspired a Twitterati revolution, all while seeing 20 patients and conducting a staff meeting at the office. Thank God it’s a holiday weekend.

Thanks to my friends at 810 WHB, it appears that cooler heads have prevailed. The Royals have admitted that their threats to force other radio shows to choose between having me on and having access to the team were made in the heat of the moment.

I freely admit that the Royals are well within their rights to snub my radio show if they don’t like what I’m saying. But there’s a big difference between passively resisting my show and actively trying to sabotage my career. Now that the latter possibility is off the table, we’re cool. I don’t think I’ll be dining with Dayton Moore anytime soon, but I’ll get over my disappointment eventually.

And while the Baseball Prospectus event at the ballpark is probably dead – although you never know – I’m still planning to come to Kansas City that weekend. So those of you who are interested, keep the evening of July 18th open, and hopefully I can meet all of you then – even if it’s something as casual as telling people to meet in front of one of the gates and then we all buy seats in the cheapest section of the ballpark.

So let us hope there will be no need to speak of this again. I’m going to take the long weekend to recover, and look forward to making my usual Monday morning appearance on the Border Patrol. And hopefully I’ll be back here next week with a new post that calls for someone other than Nick Swartz to lose their job. I’m thinking of going after the PA announcer next. Or maybe the guys who set off the fireworks on Friday nights. They suck.

Many thanks to everyone for their support. You never know how many friends you have until you need them, and it turns out I have more than I deserve. And to the Royals: it will take a lot more than this to break my fandom. I wish I knew how to quit you. But I don’t.

72 comments:

Jeff said...

Topic for next week: "How Nick Swartz is a Great Trainer". You wouldn't have to write much.

Anonymous said...

Your last line says it all. The Royals make me so mad but I just keep coming back for more. I wish I knew how to quit them too, but I don't

stand said...

Yep, Royals fandom must be some kind of disease or something. I got it bad.

Don't start pulling your punches though. The fact that you got their attention is a positive sign, I think.

Mark said...

Brokeback dermatologist.

KAB said...

Rany,
Keep a watch out for George Brett - especially if he's been drinking and wearing stupid looking pants.

Anonymous said...

Too bad we had to read this stuff instead of something interesting like Bruce Chen coming up.

Where's the source for you being blackballed? How about the source for "cooler heads prevailing?"

And, frankly, do we care? Must've been hard to provide quality dermatological services today, what with your eyes so firmly focused on your navel.

Your quest to become quasi-famous is eating your blog Rany...

Anonymous said...

Call for Lefebvre's head, that guy is a complete idiot.

Anonymous said...

I disagree about the fireworks guy. He puts on a good show ;)

wesg said...

Hope the 18th works out. I'd love to watch a game with you.

Anonymous said...

Rany -- I'm coming from Florida to attend the July 19 game. Any chance you'll still be there?

Chris said...

July 18th, Rany? Hope the Royals have scored by then.

Anonymous said...

Keep it up Rany!

Anonymous said...

Mike McCartney's the best there is! Leave 'em alone, Rany.

EddieK said...

Thanks Rany. You got balls, man. Dayton Moore: what a profound disappointment....

Casper said...

I had this idea a while ago that I kept to myself until recently when I was telling a friend about it over beers as we watched the Royals struggle to score a single run (again). The idea is simple: The ownership in baseball is basically a tight little club. The players have a union. What about the fans? Why isn't there a union of fans? We make it all possible, and yet we get the shaft time and time again (often the shaft is nut's deep, if you're a Royals fan). Anyway, even before I read any of this over-reaction shit from the Royals I was considering giving it a test run at a home game. Basically, I'd just show in this shirt (http://www.soldiercity.com/electric-blue-camo-t-shirt/p/8800/?utm_source=shopzilla&utm_medium=cse&utm_campaign=ci&utm_keyword=1413&srccode=cii_10043468&cpncode=18-33592288-2) since it's a camo shirt with hints of Royal Blue in it (we're going militant, people!) and stand for almost the entire game with a simple sign held aloft: This is unacceptable. My hope would be that more people would want catch on and join me in my quiet protest. And it'd have to be quiet, because let's face it - they don't want to hear what we have to say anyway. But if the national media caught on (anything's possible) then maybe the Royals would FINALLY have to hold themselves accountable. I even already have a name for the project (and again, I came up with this before your bashing of Swartz - which I fully support, btw): The Rosado Tragedy. Anyway, with you coming to town, maybe this is a good time to roll it out full-steam.

I welcome feedback and criticism. Unlike the Royals, I can handle it.

Anonymous said...

Can we get some support around firing Tim? That guy is just terrible.

Mark LaFlamme said...

Oh, Anonymous! You are the bravest, coolest, easily the most intrepid blogger of them all! Don't you realize that time spent calling someone out under the name of "Anonymous" is time you could have spent whacking off and calling out your real name?

"Anonymous said...

Too bad we had to read this stuff instead of something interesting like Bruce Chen coming up.

Where's the source for you being blackballed? How about the source for "cooler heads prevailing?"

And, frankly, do we care? Must've been hard to provide quality dermatological services today, what with your eyes so firmly focused on your navel.

Your quest to become quasi-famous is eating your blog Rany..."

Bob McWilliams said...

Rany, I'm holding July 18 open, it would be a blast to meet you. Am glad that some iota of common sense prevailed over the temporary total insanity of the Royals' management.

JohnnyV13 said...

Funny how that freedom of information works. Someone threatens your radio show, you make public the threat, and suddenly they back off when they realize their attempt to suppress bad commentary has simply escalated the amount of negative commentary.

The only problem: this method only works if you have enough of a platform to take up your cause.

Wild said...

Very telling that the Royals are so thin-skinned right now that a blog about the trainer would cause them to want to ban you. Says to me that the situation inside the Royals in pretty testy right now. I think all you did was to add the drop of liquid to the already boiling cauldron and caused it to overflow.

After reading JoPo's article today about the state of KC's base running coupled with the inept defense and ridiculously bad hitting, I find it even more sad that KC would even take the time to react to your blog. They have much bigger problems to solve.

I guess it is a lot easier to punish a dermatologist in Chicago than to deal with the personnel in house.

Eric said...

I already have tickets for the 7-18so I'll look forward to reading about anything you're doing. In the meantime, we know the guys are capable of getting, well, at least luke-warm, so let's hope for the best.

royalfan said...

I have called for patience since Dayton Moore arrived and took over a nearly hopeless situation three years ago. I am really questioning now whether there is any real progress being made.

Ryan Shuck said...

Dayton Moore's total inability to field average to above-average defensive players OR high on-base percentage players will be his death knell.

There are many ways to build a ball club, but right now we have a hodge podge of parts that don't make any sense. I honestly feel that this team is worse than last year sans Zack Greinke having a breaktout season (last year he was pretty darn good).

Ryan Shuck said...

Furthermore, are the Royals really trying to sell me the BS that there isn't a waiver wire player out there that can field and hit as well at TPJ?

This guy is an embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

This organization's thin skin is becoming absurd. I work at the K. Recently two ushers were fired because their conversation critical of Trey Hillman was overheard by Mrs. Hillman sitting nearby in the stands (which they were not aware). The head paranoid out there is Bob Rice who acts--and even resembles--Kim Jong Il.

Wild said...

Thanks anonymous -- and I don't blame you for being anonymous. It shows how brittle things are now. Firing ushers for criticizing the manager? Give me a break. Mrs. Hillman and George Brett are about the only two in KC who aren't criticizing.

When -- not if, but when Trey Hillman is fired - I hope it is right at the end of a game with Donald Trump on the jumbo tron announcing - Trey - you're fired!

radiomd said...

"And here is where we're installing the listening devices."

Dave Farquhar said...

Rany, count me as one of the guys who's 100% behind you. For the last 20 years or so, everyone who's put on a Royals uniform has made George Brett look like Iron Man Cal Ripken.

It's one thing for me to say it. I'm just some schmoe. When Rany Jazayerli, M.D. says it, there's the weight of a medical degree and license behind it. And I think the organization feels a little threatened. And frankly they should be insecure. What they're doing isn't working, and it's never been more painfully obvious than this year when they went from first in the division to the cellar so quickly.

I admire you for saying what you said. If I didn't live 300 miles from you, you'd be my new dermatologist.

Anonymous said...

Keep fighting the good fight. They'd never put up with this sort of crap in almost any other major city. The KC media needs to stop giving the Royals a free pass. They may not have the resources to build a Red Sox or Yankees team, but they damn sure shouldn't be getting circled every year by teams in Minneapolis, Cleveland, Tampa Bay, and so forth.

Subway Jared said...

Now that all this trainer talk, being banned, being reinstated, etc is over.....can we get to some interesting topics like how in the hell do we fix this baseball team?!!?! Who goes? Who stays? Who should we be targeting? Who needs to be flat out cut? Who has any trade value? I'm worried Jacobs is hitting his value down the crapper.....

Anonymous said...

You deserve the Royals. Which is higher, Tony Pena batting average or Rany baseball IQ. I got my money on Tony Pena Jr.

Anonymous said...

Obviously the other Anonymous is a Royals employee. Probably the one that banned Rany.

gbewing said...

I emailed the Royals sharing my disgust with how things are being run and the banning capping that off. I received a prompt reply back that basically called Rany's account on the blog as being a lie- but done in such couched language it was obvious they were CTA ing.
I replied back and suggested if they don't agree with Rany's account and views on the medical staff they need to address these things directly. I felt their reply was dishonest and told them I was banning the Royals from my home. I didn't expect anything but to my surpise they respond quickly again and offered me a free pass to the restaurant and a personal tour of the stadium. I'll pass but w/o addressing the issues directly they do seem to realize that from a PR point of view they are in the weeds.

I can't help wondering who triggered all this. Dayton maybe but he seems smarter than that, all signs point to the clueless and classless Dan Glass.

Anonymous said...

As woeful as the Royals hitting is, why are Teahen and Bloomquist on the bench tonight while Hernandez and TPJ are playing?

Anonymous said...

Bloomquist had some sort of family emergency. There is no reason barring injury to have Teahen out of the lineup. I don't care if Danks is left handed, he handled Buehrle fine yesterday.

Anonymous said...

When Buck returns it better not be B. Pena sent down. There is absolutley no reason to carry Hernandez and Pena on the same team. Flip a coin and drop one of those guys.

High Mileage said...

I'm glad they backed off, I know I personally sent the team an e-mail giving them my thoughts on the situation. Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

I, for one, am thrilled the Royals banned you for awhile because the resulting hoopla allowed me to find your blog. I agree with virtually everything you say. It is so disappointing, but the Royals are becoming the worst franchise in pro sports. I was in San Diego yesterday and a Padres fan offered me condolences! A Padres fan!!!

Anonymous said...

UNRELATED NEWS: ATL'S SS Yunel Escobar's bio on mlb.com "Resides in Miami, FL...Attended Matires de Barbados school in Havana, Cuba...Childhood friend of Atlanta catcher Brayan Pena...Signed by Gregg Kilby." I bet Dayton trades Banny and Guillen (we eat salary) for him and Francoeur before 7/31.

Anonymous said...

I read B. Olney's post after my post. It sounds more plausible. "The Braves and the Royals match like puzzle pieces in a possible Escobar deal. The Royals want and need a shortstop. The Braves could use someone like Mark Teahen, who could give Atlanta great flexibility. Teahen, a solid veteran hitter, could play third in place of Jones, or start in left field or right field, or first base, or even second base. If the Braves required the Royals to take on some money, then Francoeur could be added to the trade; Dayton Moore, the Kansas City GM, has known Francoeur for years and coveted him, and he could use the last months of this season to evaluate him. The Braves could use another middle reliever; the Royals have Juan Cruz and Ron Mahay, pieces that Atlanta knows well. Moore knows the Braves' farm system. A lot of elements in place here."

KC Royals Petition said...

I have completely had it with the Royals. I would much rather see the entire organization put down than watch any more.

Ryan said...

Made my first trip to the new K on July 3rd to see Greinke pitch. The renovations were fine. The product on the field was one of the worst displays of line up I've ever seen. I thought I'd seen the bottom when Berroa made three errors in one game in Boston back in 2005 or 2006.

This was line up behind Greinke vs Danks, the White Sox southpaw:
DeJesus - LF (OBP for season is below .300)
Callaspo - 2B (Made one huge error leading to two unearned runs. Showed absolutely no range on balls hit to either side of him.)
Butler - 1B (Just looked angry the entire game. Like he didn't want to be there.)
Guillen - RF
Olivo - C (Gunned down two runners on the basepaths. Did nothing at the plate)
Jacobs - DH (Why he's DHing against a lefty is anyone's guess. You can't stick Brayan Pena or Tug Hulett in there?)
Hernandez - 3b
Maier - CF
Pena - SS (batting average fell from .100 to .093 during the game.)

Hillman had planned to bench Teahen for some rest, and Bloomquist was supposed to start third. Bloomquist had to leave for a family emergency before the game so instead of starting Teahen and giving him a rest Saturday, he started Hernandez at third instead.

That's the line up and defense you put out to support your ace pitcher? Posednik hit a sharp ground ball to start game, and the defensive stalwart TPJ, made a nice stop, but weak throw from his knees to get the speedy lead off man. You could sense from Greinke "Oh, crap, I'm gonna have to do this by myself." As the game went on, and he got into some jams he tried to overpitch. He was cranking his fastball up to 98 in the third and fourth innings trying to get out of jams. The White Sox hit a couple where we weren't. Callaspo watched a few go by him and whiffed on a slow ground ball by Thome.

I went with my little sister and my mom who never watch baseball, and my girlfriend who does, but was only rooting for the Royals because I was. It was so bad that anytime the Royals hit the ball even somewhat sharply, they all would cheer wildly...groundball, foul ball, etc. As Posnanski wrote, it was "depressing."

I will not defend Hillman at all. He's not shown himself to be a capable manager. I think the real blame lies with Dayton Moore, however. He put this team together. He didn't trust his one prospect, Kila, and traded away a decent pitcher. He could have drafted some college hitters that would certainly have been a better at the plate than Hernandez and Pena, Jr.

And the fact the Royals had the gall to get angry at Rany for calling them on mishandling their injuries. (BTW, when did Aviles have a bad elbow? Was it before or after the World Baseball Classic? We have two Royals who played have had arm problems this season: Aviles and Soria.) The Royals shouldn't be angry at anyone but themselves.

As a lifelong Royals fan, who was excited to come back into town to see the renovated stadium and Greinke pitch, I left apathetic. That's the product on the field? No defense? Your DH is a guy who can't hit lefties, but is starting against a southpaw?

Posnanski wrote a little while back that smart baseball administrators sometimes try to make things better and they backfire. I don't think Dayton and Hillman have shown that their smart baseball people.

Anonymous said...

After three years, it's fair to ask Dayton Moore some hard questions about why this team doesn't have any more talent than it does.

He's made some good moves and deserves credit for them, but the moves he's made in the free agent market over the past two years have crippled this team. Nor has he developed a major league player in the minor league system- but should he have?

He's drafted Moustakas and Hosmer and we are supposedly to believe they are the future of the franchise. But in the same draft where the Royals took Moustakas, the Orioles drafted Matt Wieters, and he's already catching in the major leagues. Are we satisfied with the Royals' catching situation? In the same draft where the Royals chose Hosmer, the White Sox drafted Gordon Beckham, a shortstop, who is playing third base against the Royals this afternoon. From all appearances, the Royals could use a major league quality shortstop.

I understand the philosophy behind drafting high school players with "high upsides". I also understand that the higher the return, the higher the risk. See also "Colt Griffin". Such philosophy is probably applicable to a franchise that can be counted on to have the money to go to the free agent market to sign a player to replace a "high upside" draftee whose development stops or stalls.

The Royals will always be a small market team and will never have the resources the Yankees, Red Sox, or Cubs have. Given the lack of talent in the minor league system, and the small margin for error, given the choice, shouldn't the Royals be drafting college players who are closer to the Show and much less of a risk than 18 year olds who have played against less quantifiable competition?

As for the major league roster, the guy who has to go when Gordon comes back is Jacobs. Unless the roster really needs a guy who can't play a defensive position and can't reach base. Move Teahen to RF and Guillen to DH. Unless the stars align and a new home is somehow found for Guillen, in which case Kila becomes the DH. Keep Bloomquist at SS unless you can trade for someone better. He's this year's Ross Gload. If you can pick up a fourth outfielder type for little or nothing, have him replace one of the punchless backup middle infielders. He'll be in good company with the the fourth outfielder types who are currently starting in left and center field.

I traveled to KC for the Cardinals series over Father's Day weekend. I left pretty depressed, and quite unimpressed with the direction of the organization. Its treatment of Rany over the past few days left me even more unimpressed. Somebody needs to take responsibility for this train wreck of a season and tell us what they're going to do to ensure this is the last season that's going to be like this. That person is Dayton Moore. Dayton, you're on the clock.

Gabe said...

So this is my first foray, but two things that I just have to say:

1. Clearly Rany was out of line as evidenced by Coco's second shoulder surgery, http://kansascity.royals.mlb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20090705&content_id=5705860&vkey=news_kc&fext=.jsp&c_id=kc

2. Going back to Friday, regardless of the ineptitude of the game, when TPJr bats in the eighth with two on and no outs with ANYONE available, THAT is a fireable offense. I've supported Hillman amongst my friends saying he has nothing to work with, but that's just not trying. I can deal with garbage, just not lazy garbage.

Ben said...

Keep up the good work!

http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=caple/090701&sportCat=mlb

Ryan said...

Jacobs has to go when Gordon comes back.

Anonymous said...

Ranny Will you do something on the minor league system?

Good and Bad.

A review of Moustakas and Hosmer would be nice. They are having a time of it.

codylshs00 said...

Rany cares so much about the Royals blackballing himself or trying to sabotage his career.

But did Rany care so much about Nick Swartz career when he came up with his unfounded attacks.

I guess the real reason Rany didn't attack Dr. Joyce (the real person in charge of the Royals injury situations) because being a MD he could have been called infront of the medical board for ethics charges and instead targeted an innocent victim Swartz.

Rany should learn ethics for starters then stick to his speciality popping pimples and leave the Royals alone.

True fans of the Royals don't want Rany even talking about the Royals. Hopefully the Royals brass will take a stand against this terrible blogger

rey rey said...

codylshs00 must be Nick Shwartz's wife...

Keep up the great work Rany

gbewing said...

Gabe

if anything that information endorses Rany's points. Not once but twice the Royals played an injured guy -one with 2 bad shoulders-wow

Shelby said...

YES!!!

Royals just acquired:

Ryan Freel.

Wow.

Holy crap.

Our prayers are answered.

Dave said...

Freel is going to be a stop-gap until Gordon returns as Teahen has got to be on his way out now. Then Freel can be the super sub that Teahen was. Come on Dayton, get Escobar from Atlanta!

Royalclone said...

Ran Freel? Its obvious that Moore is following through with Hillman's wish to have nine Willie Bloomquists

Anonymous said...

First meaningful hit by Jacobs all year. And it came at just the right time....

Gabe said...

gbewing,

Sorry I probably wasn't clear, but exactly that's where I intended to go with it. Frankly I'm shocked that folks have been bashing Rany on here -- not that I always agree 100%, but the body of evidence against this training staff is seemingly insurmountable.
Its not like we've been injuring the Carl Pavano's of the world, and its not like we're dealing with acute medical issues here, these are 60 day DL, season enders, career enders -- time and again. Very frustrating.

Anonymous said...

soooo.... we are cutting L. Hernandez and keeping Pena. At least today. Hopefully another move coming??? oh, hell, probably not, probably going to start TPJ for the last 3 months of the season, what am i thinking!?

Anonymous said...

I hope Aviles' issue is really in his elbow (or non-existent, I guess).

My chiropractor (no, not an MD, but bear with me) was telling me about a patient of his who had pain in her wrist that progressed to the point where she couldn't hold objects in her hand - just like Mike. Her doctors thought the problem was in her elbow, so she has surgery. No improvement. Well, they thought, it must be higher up, so they repaired her rotator cuff. Still no improvement. Finally, they thought to check the nerves in her neck. A bunch of nerves pass through a few points in the neck, and when they get irritated it feeds into the shoulder and the elbow all the way down to the fingertips. Lo and behold - the problem was in that plexus.

Let's hope they considered this possibility with Mike.

Steve said...

Royals got the wrong guy from the Cubs. Should have been Andres Blanco.

Scott said...

I've been thinking about how the whole situation arose, then got blown way out of proportion.

Rany says that he's surprised by the firestorm that came from calling for the job of a trainer, when he routinely criticizes the manager and players.

I'm always uneasy when someone says someone else should be fired. However, for many of us, we don't bat an eye when its suggested that a highly paid athlete, manager, coach, or general manager should lose his job. I think there's a feeling that these people have earned and are likely to once again earn enough money to live comfortably after being fired. More people are likely to be uncomfortable with the suggestion that someone who earns much less (as I would guess Nick Swartz does) be fired. That may be why the Royals felt that Rany crossed a line.

Rany, I don't disagree with what your conclusions. Perhaps the team's reaction would have been better if you had just laid out the facts (as you did), and said that something has to change, without specifically stating that Swartz should be fired.

Scott said...

This discussion reminds me of the controversy in the NFL a few years ago about team doctors. Players felt that the team doctors, who are paid by the teams (of course) were under pressure to minimize and underdiagnose injuries to force players back on the field.

There are similarities to the way people like Crisp, Aviles, and others were treated. It looks like the Royals medical staff have an inherent conflict of interest that causes them to underdiagnose injuries in an attempt to avoid placing players on the DL, but ultimately resulting in more season-ending injuries.

Shelby said...

Okay, WHY did Hillman just pinch run TPJ for Guillen? IT'S THE TOP OF THE 6TH INNING AND WE'RE DOWN BY 2 RUNS.


I seriously can't stand this guy anymore. He clearly does NOT know what he's doing. The fact that Dayton Moore hasn't sat him down and said "Get your act together or you're going back to Japan" makes me question Moore even more than I already do.

Anonymous said...

Easy, Shelby, I think Guillen hurt a leg muscle.

Shelby said...

Oh.

Well he still sucks.


Ahem.

Wabbitkiller said...

I also sent an email to the Royals in regards to this whole farce. Regardless of what Rany's motivations may have been for calling Nick Schwartz out (there's been some debate on his motivations) for the Roayls treatment of their players, he's ABSOLUTELY right. The Royals have been horrendous when it comes to the medical care of their players. The evidence IS overwelming. There's no debating that.

Rany, by all means do NOT start pulling punches. Be sure to be fair, but don't start sugar coating thing just because you got the Royals brass' panties in a bunch.

Shelby said...

Soren Petro's rant this morning regarding the general imbecility of the entire Royals organization is of the purest gold:

http://www.stationcaster.com/player.php?s=26&c=373&f=29633

Anonymous said...

Is Rany's podcast not there anymore?

Anonymous said...

Is Rany's blog not here anymore? How about a new article?

Matt Berger said...

haha Royals I wish I knew how to quit you. Thanks for the laughs Rany

Matt Berger said...

wow I dont know who codylshs00 is but what an ignorant comment. Rany how dare you simply suggest that someone who has been a mainstay for 19 years might not be doing a great job of late. Sure Rany probably shouldnt have centered in on Nick Swartz so much but he's admitted that. Clearly the Royals haven't been flawless when it comes to handling injuries, some criticism is undeniably warranted. Take a step back codylshs00 before you start calling for the Royals to censor Rany, lest a regular radio personality be beaten down when he suggests Glass should spend more money or that Moore might have been a key influence in drafting Hochevar despite what the front office would say. When the media, even in a small capacity like blogging, has to seek the approval of the one they are supposed to be judging objectively, "true Royals fans" don't get the fair honest unabashed thoughts of other true baseball fans. I would hope the Royals are rational enough not to "take a stand", that would be rather tyrannical in many ways. With the way the Royals have performed the last few decades, the front office can't afford to squelsh anyone who would suggest fallibility. Codylshs00 if you are Nick Swartz or a close acquantaince of his I understand your frustration, but even so try to be reasonable, he's had the job for 2 decades, Royals fans have the right to question his actions just as they do the manager or the general manager. Managers and coaches are prematurely/wrongly fired every year, they have families to support as well. Sports is a competitive buisness, with the failures the Royals have had I'm ready to target the guy who provides the water and sunflower seeds. If he's been doing it since 1991 maybe we should question how good of a job he's doing.

The Husband said...

You forgot about Odalis Perez? Yikes

tom g. said...

Royals, do this: start your middle relievers and let them run for 3 innings. Then put in your normal starters to get the game to the 9th. Close can finish if applicable. At least the batting players know what they have to do to win. Come on Trey. Give it a try.

Biletul Zilei said...

Good article. Congratulations!