As I sat trying to formulate a clever way to say the words “thank you” I had quite the epiphany: Saying “thank you” isn’t something that should be hard. The average person probably says “thank you” more than five times per day. It’s not something you think about. You just say it.
But writing is different. I never say “thank you” to anybody in writing. Sure, I say “thanks” at the end of the e-mails I pester our writers with, but that’s really a way of saying “goodbye” and “thanks you for putting up with my pointless ramblings,” more than anything. Then again, perhaps that’s exactly what I do here. Writing pointless things that are “TL;DR” is kind of my calling card, and for whatever reason a good amount of you stick around to put up with it. For this, I — or rather, we — are incredibly thankful. We are grateful and we are appreciative. We really, really are. I hope each one of you who reads this understands that level of gratitude all our writers have towards the RMC community. You are without question one of the best, most loyal, and informed blogging communities in the NBA and all of sports. This is not debatable. Just look at the incredible insight you post in the comments section of each and every article. It’s f*ing incredible, and something we don’t take for granted. Not for one second.
So, without further ado, I’d like to extend my most sincere level of admiration towards you, the reader, and say these two words: Thank you. No, really, THANK YOU! I know we’re not the most flashy, nor the most timely, nor the most refined blog on the Internet, but we try. And for you to be there with us as we improve means the world to us. RMC is hoping to undergo some changes this summer so we can make this an even better place for Nuggets fans to convene. We really do want to make this the best blog it can be so that readers like you can enjoy a more comprehensive Nuggets experience instead of just listening to us talk all the time. In the meantime we’ll continue to recap the 2012-13 season and ramp up our NBA Draft coverage shortly thereafter.
Thanks again, and as always, GO NUGGETS!!!