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I started Gate 21 in 2007 not really knowing what I was getting myself into. I really had no concept of what it was that I wanted to do with the site or, in fact, how I would do it. I just decided one day that I could write a blog as well as the next guy and within 10 minutes, the original version of Gate 21 was live for all to see over at WordPress.com. Within 2 months, I had over 10,000 visitors and had taken the site to a privately hosted (i.e. I had to pay for it) server and debuted the cartoonish looking site that hung around until mid-2009 when I overhauled the site once again. You are looking at that version now.
Since that less-than-auspicious beginning in 2007 I have spent literally thousands of hours writing, online Amoxicillin without a prescription, Where to buy Amoxicillin, designing, re-vamping, buy Amoxicillin without prescription, Buy Amoxicillin without a prescription, updating, and otherwise working on producing and publishing Gate 21. Along the way I have had had the help of many, Amoxicillin brand name, Amoxicillin schedule, many, people. These would include writers HomeSweetHome and VolAmbassador, order Amoxicillin from mexican pharmacy, Amoxicillin recreational, who have both made major contributions to the site over the past several years. Then there were others across the blogosphere who have both assisted and collaborated with me on articles, memes, online buying Amoxicillin, Buy Amoxicillin online cod, roundtables, Power Polls, Amoxicillin gel, ointment, cream, pill, spray, continuous-release, extended-release, Purchase Amoxicillin online, BlogPolls, and running jokes. These would include folks like Ghost of Neyland, Amoxicillin used for, Rx free Amoxicillin, MoonDog, LSUFreek, discount Amoxicillin, Amoxicillin no prescription, Will, Hooper, ordering Amoxicillin online, Buy Amoxicillin online no prescription, and of course—the best of the best—Joel at Rocky Top Talk. These are but a few of the many with whom I have interacted and with which I have had the pleasure to become acquainted.
Then there are those of you out there across the blogosphere and the wider arc of the internet that have visited my humble site and read a bit of what I had to say. There are even those of you who have taken the time to leave a comment here and there. To each and every one of you I offer my sincerest gratitude for more than 2 years of interaction across the divide that is the internet. I have not always been right about things, I have not always been serious, buy Amoxicillin online cod, Amoxicillin use, I have not always been couth, Amoxicillin steet value, Buying Amoxicillin online over the counter, but I have always tried to be honest about my views and perspectives on the world around me and my love for the Tennessee Volunteers. All I can say is that these last 2 1/2 years have truly been a pleasure.
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Thus, while it pains me on many levels, discount Amoxicillin, Where can i buy cheapest Amoxicillin online, this will likely be the last post on Gate 21, at least for the foreseeable future. And, Amoxicillin blogs, Order Amoxicillin online c.o.d, now it is time for the Gate to close.
The thousands of hours that I have spent on this site have been a labor of love, as blogging always is. While I may have advertisements here on the Gate, purchase Amoxicillin for sale, Where can i order Amoxicillin without prescription, the fact of the matter is that I have lost money on this endeavour from the outset. The cost of hosting the site alone has been substantial. Yet, this exploration of “Life, buy Amoxicillin without a prescription, Amoxicillin price, coupon, the Universe, and the Bounce of the Ball” (Thank you Douglas Adams) has been a welcome and wonderful creative outlet for me, about Amoxicillin, Amoxicillin reviews, and one which has been far more “therapeutic” than I ever imagined. And to those of you who have visited and taken the time to comment all I will say is that you never know just how much a single sentence left in the comment box or via Twitter really means to folks like myself who are blogging their lives away.
There’s really nothing that makes a writer feel better than knowing what they wrote was interesting enough that someone felt compelled to respond…
Now, however, Amoxicillin pictures, Amoxicillin treatment, the demands of my “real” life are such that I simply cannot maintain the Gate in the way that I have in the past. It is hard enough to run a site with substantial help and a bevy of free time. It is next to impossible to do that alone while trying to maintain a job, a family, canada, mexico, india, Buy Amoxicillin from mexico, and some semblance of sanity. As I have said before, the informational cycle on the blogosphere lasts approximately as long as the attention span of a hyperactive 4-year-old who just ate 5 bags of Skittles and washed them down with three cans of Red Bull, and I simply cannot keep up with that. My lack of timely comment over the past football season stands as a testament to that reality and one which I simply can no longer ignore.
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="I know, Frank, shocking isn't it?"][/caption]
Okay, enough of the depressing stuff, now for the good news…
For those of you who have enjoyed my writing—though I am certain there aren’t that many of you—take heart! I am not abandoning my devotion to Tennessee athletics only to go gentle into that good night. While I may not be able to justify continuing on here at the Gate, I fully intend to continue writing about the Vols. Why? Because, in the words of Clay Travis, I simply cannot imagine not doing it.
Thus, it is my distinct pleasure and honor to announce that, effective immediately, I will be joining on as a writer for the VolNation Blog. Thus, any of you who wish continue to read my mindless prattling, I’ll still be around. I cannot overstate how lucky I feel at having the chance to jump on board at VolNation, and I hope to see some of you over there in the near future. While my time at Gate 21 is now at an end, I am extremely excited about what the future holds in store for me at VolNation.
In the meantime, the Gate will not be disappearing (though, after the next few days, I really won’t be monitoring comments any longer). It will still be here and you will still be able to send me hate mail via the contact form here on the site, at the email address listed in the sidebar and on the Ushers page, or via Twitter. For those of you who have subscribed to the RSS feed here at the Gate, you can now follow me via the feed at the VolNation Blog. The Gate will now take its place among the so-called “dotsam and netsam” that floats across the web. Everything will stay right where it is—most notably, my tribute to Sam and Andy’s.
As for me, I am on to a new home on the web and new challenges.
So, for the last time, I bid you farewell from Gate 21. To each of you out there with whom I’ve come in contact as a result of my time publishing Gate 21 over the past 2 1/2 years, I say thank you for reading, best wishes, and Godspeed. Now, more than ever, I suppose my signature “tagline” seems appropriate. Thus, I will end this final post as I have ended those that came before it.
Until we meet again … Go Vols!
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In addition to all of the “obvious” landmark events that have or will occur as part of the 2009 football season, Purchase Modalert online, there is one more that may go unnoticed by many. Though it hardly seems possible, the 2009 season marks Bob Kesling’s tenth year as the “Voice of the Vols.” Since the kickoff of the 1999 football opener against the Wyoming Cowboys, Kesling along with color-commentator Tim Priest, Modalert schedule, and sideline reporter Mike Stowell (who succeeded Jeff Francis in 2007), Purchase Modalert online no prescription, have brought the sounds of Big Orange football into our homes via the “Statewide Stadium” that is the Vol Network.
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Thus is the curse of television…
It is one thing to verbally recount what viewers just saw on their screen; it is an entirely different thing to narrate—paint a word picture—that which listeners depend on the broadcaster to pluck from the ether and make real. It is remarkably easy to be sloppy and boring when broadcasting a game on television—the images speak for themselves. With radio, Modalert class, however, the broadcaster creates those images and the world in which they exist.
That is why I will always be a fan of radio play-by-play broadcasters…
Thus, cheap Modalert, for the past ten years, Modalert long term, we in Orange Nation have depended upon Bob Kesling to paint those pictures and to create those images—he has been the one to guide us through every play of every game. On the whole, I have to say that Kesling has done a good job. While I will be the first to admit that Kesling’s early broadcasts seemed to me a bit “sterile” and deadpan, over the past decade he and his gameday cohorts have steadily improved and I think they do a fine job of broadcasting Tennessee Football. Suffice it to say that I listen each week, Modalert natural, even if the game is on television or even if I am in Section Y7 watching it for myself.
This decennial milestone, however, is less about the ten years that Kesling has served as the chief broadcaster for Tennessee, and more about the man he replaced. I still can hardly believe that it has been ten years since last we heard the inviting and familiar baritone sounds of John Ward as the “Voice of the Vols.”
Though Bob Kesling does a fine job, I still miss John Ward.
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="148" caption="John Ward & Lowell Blanchard"][/caption]
John Ward served as the Voice of the Vols in some capacity from 1963 until 1998, starting out as the host of the Tennessee coaches shows and as the PA announcer in Neyland Stadium. Ward first began Vols play-by-play announcing when he began broadcasting Tennessee basketball games, along with the late Lowell Blanchard, in 1965. Then, in 1968 veteran Vol Network broadcasters George Mooney (who started the Vol Navy) and Bob Fox decided to pursue other endeavors, paving the way for Ward and color-commentator Bill Anderson to assume their position behind the microphone, Modalert For Sale. Modalert description, I first heard Ward when he broadcast the now legendary 1985-86 Sugar Bowl—where an underdog Tennessee Volunteers squad bested the No. 2 Miami Hurricanes by 28 points. That game was, and remains, about Modalert, one of the most significant Tennessee football games of all time. Ward, Buy Modalert without a prescription, however, made it even better. After hearing just one broadcast by John Ward it is fair to say that I was hooked.
After that first experience, where to buy Modalert, I could be found crowded around a radio whenever the Big Orange took the field. I longed to hear John Ward and Bill Anderson relay the plays to me and the thousands of others out there in their own distinctive style. To this day, Modalert blogs, I am a religious believer that if I am watching Tennessee play on TV, the sound goes off and the radio turns on. However, in the era before satellite radio and internet webcasts, Modalert overnight, tuning in the Vol Network from my hometown of Asheville, Is Modalert safe, North Carolina was not always an easy proposition. There was no Vol Network affiliate serving my area. Still, I found that if I was lucky, and if the game was at night (when the ionosphere makes radio signals carry farther) I could pick up the scratchy signal of the broadcast emanating from a station near Murphy, buy Modalert without prescription, North Carolina. Though my mother thought I was crazy constantly trying to tweak the radio to get just a bit more clarity, Modalert maximum dosage, I always tried to find the broadcast. She also thought I was about half-cracked when, as a student at Tennessee, I figured out a way to mount a tiny radio inside my marching band hat while I was in the Pride of the Southland, Modalert treatment, thus enabling me to listen while in the stands. John Ward made it worth my while. Modalert for sale, [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="John Ward & Bill Anderson host the "Kickoff Call-in Show" in 1997"][/caption]
To this day, I am still a dedicated Vol Network listener and always have my earphones with me when sitting in Neyland Stadium. Modalert For Sale, From 1986 to 1998, I listened to as many broadcasts as possible. I learned a lot about the game of football, about Tennessee, and about communicating an image. I learned that often I could see the game better with my eyes closed and my ears open. John Ward’s words became my eyes, and they never saw things as clearly as they did when he was painting the picture word by word. I learned that Tennessee football was as much John Ward as John Ward was Tennessee football. I learned that a true professional needs no introduction, no pomp, and no showy entrance. I learned that class is a commodity not often found among broadcasters. I learned that mistakes in public are not a bad thing if you can have a good laugh about it.
[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="220" caption="Cartoon of Ward from 1998"][/caption]
Both prior to his retirement at the end of the 1998-99 basketball season and since that time, Where can i buy cheapest Modalert online, I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to speak with John Ward on several occasions, and found him to be every bit as genuine and every bit the gentleman he was on the radio. For me he truly was—and remains—the voice of Tennessee. He told us the story and let it unfold across the airwaves. He not only told us what was happening, but he managed to make it real, buying Modalert online over the counter, to make the excitement palpable. Modalert canada, mexico, india, Now, it has been ten years since he last sat behind the microphone in the communications center which bears his name inside the pressbox of Neyland Stadium. Though this is difficult for me to imagine, I am sure there are many Tennessee fans today who have never heard Ward’s broadcasts and some who may not even know who he is. On some level, buy Modalert online no prescription, that is very sad for me. Yet, Where can i find Modalert online, traditions are made over time, and each generation has a hand in forming and re-forming those traditions. They are not static. For me as a child and a young man, John Ward was a tradition. Over the past ten years, Modalert without prescription, however, Buy Modalert from mexico, Bob Kesling, Tim Priest, Bert Bertelkamp, Modalert from canada, and Mike Stowell have started a new tradition for the Vol Network, Online Modalert without a prescription, one which I am sure in years to come will be remembered just as fondly as I remember Ward’s.
Still, as we prepare for the 2009 football season, herbal Modalert, on the cusp of a great undiscovered country, Modalert results, the hopes of the future, it seems only appropriate that we look back ten years and remember the man who came into our ears, into our homes, Modalert used for, into our lives to bring us the story of Tennessee. That past is prologue for the future to which we all look.
In recognition of this little reminiscent look back, I have put together a little soundboard of a few of John Ward’s memorable calls and catchphrases. I plan on finding a permanent home for this soundboard here at the Gate, but for now, here are “21 Things” from the John Ward Era that still make me smile, Modalert For Sale. Modalert forum,
Rest assured, Where can i cheapest Modalert online, I’ll be listening this fall from my perch in the North Endzone, from my home in North Carolina, or wherever else I might find myself on a gameday. That is the primary reason why I own an XM Satellite Radio. Yes, Modalert pictures, I still listen to the Vol Network every chance I get.
So here’s to all the folks at the Vol Network for giving me and countless other Vol fans across the globe a reason to tune in. Thank you for giving that experience to all of us who wear the orange. Thank you for building and maintaining that wonderful tradition…
…and a special thanks to the man who started that tradition for me: John Ward.
**Disclaimer and Notice: All Audio Clips remain the property of the licensing authority and their respective universities and/or institutions. Gate 21 makes no claim of ownership to these clips, and they are displayed on this website for the sole purpose of public commentary, discussion, and discourse, and are, in good faith, believed to be a Fair Use. Any questions or concerns regarding the display of such audio should be directed to the publisher of this site.
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It was a chore, it took far longer than it should have, and—in terms of substance—it amounts little more than putting lipstick on the pig, but here it is. After weeks of gnashing my teeth at CSS and html which refused to do what I wanted it to do, I am pleased to announce the debut of the new and improved Gate 21. For those of you have been around these parts before, you can see that things look a bit different.
After nearly two years of the same basic layout, I decided it was time to do a little remodeling here at the Gate. One thing led to another and “a little remodeling” turned into me completely redesigning the Gate from the top to the bottom. Yes, though it was a faithful servant, I have sacked the old iLeather theme that was the mainstay here are the Gate for so long. In its place is the new completely custom look which took me far longer to pull together and design than I ever dreamed was possible.
Everything is new again (that doesn’t mean, however, that it is actually any better though … sigh.).
There are still some kinks to be worked out here and there and there are a few new content areas I hope to roll out in the coming days, but—for the most part—the project that has eaten up nearly every second of my time over the past few weeks is finally done. Hopefully, both of you out there that regularly visit will like it. If not, well, that’s what the comments box is for—I welcome any and all criticism.
At any rate, just to give everyone the 50-cent tour. The main changes are … well … everything. The highlights, however, include:
New page and category bars at the top which feature fancy-schmancy drop-down menus. Hopefully, that will make it easier for everyone to find what they are looking for.
Gus, our trusty mascot here at the Gate, underwent some major plastic surgery and—all things considered—looks a bit better as a result.
No, the rather massive blogroll that has been a staple here at the Gate did not disappear, it simply moved down to the footer to help make things a little cleaner and less cluttered. Everything is organized by subject and the whole list (at least in theory) will now expand and collapse at a click.
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At any rate, I hope that these changes improve the experience here at the Gate. I hope these changes make it look a little nicer. I hope the whole site doesn’t crash and burn as I finish up converting all of the old content around here over to make it play nice with the new design. Either way, please feel free to let me know if you like it, hate it, or could care less. If there is something that isn’t working properly, is hard to read, or simply annoying, feel free to let me know that too. Though Gate 21 version 2.0 is now here for the entire world to see, it is still a work in progress, so any feedback is appreciated.
At any rate, here it is in all of its radiant glory—the new Gate 21.
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I think the primary reason that so few Southerners really “get” hockey is due to the fact they had no exposure to playing it. I played (at some level) all of the major sports, order Nasonex from United States pharmacy, Nasonex pictures, except hockey growing up. The first time I went to a hockey game I was a little sketchy on the rules and really wasn’t completely sure what was going on except for trying to get the puck in the goal.
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Seriously, hockey is a pretty darn cool game. On top of that, most of the teams in the South know that they are a new thing to a lot of folks, and as a result have done everything they can to reach out to the community and show them what a great game hockey is. Here’s Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos explaining—GEICO style—what the Hurricanes did to get the community involved (well, sort of):
I love the outtakes reel at the end of that one
The game is just exciting, and I for one agree with what Mike Greenberg said on today’s edition of ESPN’s Mike & Mike in the Morning this morning: while I may be a much bigger fan of other sports, the NHL playoffs are some of the most exciting sporting events you will ever see.
Yes, just like before, I do realize that all this hockey talk is a bit off-topic for a site focusing on the Vols and the SEC. Still, I figure there’s a little wiggle room in that whole “Life, the Universe…” part of the Gate’s byline (that's those words at the top of the page, if you were wondering).
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Here's a little magic from John Ward and the Vol Network to go along with Joel's post over at Rocky Top Talk this morning discussing Shaun Ellis' miraculous runback of a recovered fumble versus the Auburn Tigers in 1998.
Abilify For Sale, I would try to describe it, but that would only diminish the call from the legendary "Voice of the Vols Emeritus." But don't take my word for it, listen for yourself...
How can you not love the sound of John Ward behind the microphone?
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