Last week I answered Sergio’s questions about the Chargers and it was such a hit that I am going to try and make this a regular feature. Why? Because it is an awesome way our Bolt Beat family can have a discussion about our beloved team. But I can’t do it alone. I can only do it with your help though – your help and questions.
you guys and gals may not know this but Tazz is full of knowledge and wisdom in more areas than just the Chargers.
This is how it is going to work. Each Tuesday I am going to post an article asking for a list of 10 questions. You then submit your 10 questions. You can submit your questions 1 of 2 ways.1. Email them to me at email@example.com. Put them in the comments section of this article.
On Thursday or Friday I will select a winner and answer their questions in an article. What is the prize you ask? Well, you will get your name in the title of the article and then you can brag to all your friends about it and post links to it all over facebook, twitter and the internet world. People will flock to you for autographs and souvenirs… you will become FAMOUS!
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So, should there be parameters for the questions? No. The knee jerk reaction is to ask questions about the Chargers and while that should probably account for the majority of the questions feel free to slip in anything else that you want because you guys and gals may not know this but Tazz is full of knowledge and wisdom in more areas than just the Chargers.
I think that just about covers it, but if you have questions about ’10 with Tazz’ feel free to ask below.