As a child of the digital age ('85, bitches), I've come to admire the internet more than the average man. The wealth of knowledge one can gain in just a few minutes is commendable, incomparable, and irreplaceable. On the other spectrum, one can waste time looking at the most inane and bizarre things you could possibly imagine...and some things that you didn't know could be imagined.
One of my favorite sites, other than Card Chronicle of course, is Wikipedia--I love reading entries on former Cards, famous people from Louisville, random tidbits about trivial, nonsensical facts, etc. It's a very neat "Web 2.0" tool that is one of those things that was unheard of 5 years ago, and now seems impossible to live without. The user-created content is fascinating, yet some things on the site baffle me.
Take this for instance: Art Carmody's Wikipedia entry doesn't have a picture. I'm appalled. Outraged. Disgusted. This cute little guy needs his mug plastered for all to see, and I'm leading the petition, with the help of my fellow Chronicloids, to get this done. With Art's permission, of course (Mike, help a brotha out!), I want Art to be entered in the annals of Wikipedia lore with face in tact.
His accomplishments on the field speak for themselves; he was *the man* just as much as Mario, Mike, Hunter, Brian, and Harry. Everyday he gets to look at his Orange Bowl ring and Lou Groza award. Little kickers everywhere aspire to be the next "Art-O-Matic". It's only right that he has a Wikipedia entry that lives up to the legend.
The world must see the man with the golden leg.