Warning: Do not read this post unless you have serious free time
[Editor's Note: It was the best of times, it was ... well, really the times were quite good, to tell the truth. This post makes use of the Wayback Machine which is a part of the Internet Archive a charitable organization which is putting together "a digital library of Internet sites and cultural artifacts in digital form" and while, as is pointed out in the comments below, you could certainly access the same stories by using our own Archives, the archaic site design is half the fun. -jrw]
Hello, fellow Spurs fans. I apologize in advance if I'm committing any faux pas in this post. I read most articles here, but have never posted one, so if I do something dumb just let me know.
I have very little to say in this post except, if you are a fan of PtR and you're curious as to the site's content over the years, here is a nifty link to check out. It's called the Wayback machine, and you can visit "screenshots" of websites over the years. Unfortunately, it doesn't go very far past the '07 year (yes, you can go visit posts from the obliteration of the Cavs), but if you've got some free time and want to see what's been going on here for the past 5 or so years, here it is!
(This is linked to the day of the game 3 post, after the Spurs won an ugly game to go up 3-0....you can search around for the other days)