Hello. And welcome to another Zoo With Roy tome. Don't be alarmed. Take a deep breath and allow your senses to take it all in. I know, it's a lot to behold. In the event that this is your first visit to our little corner of internet, allow myself to give you the Cliff's notes version of what's going on here.
Simply put, this is a blog about wanting to go to the zoo with Roy Halladay. We also post about baseball and other stuff and generally break people's faces with uproarious laughter-inducing bolg posts, photoshops, brilliant writing and MS Paints. Oh yes, the MS Paints. Try and find them all, it's like a treasure hunt.
To help you find your way around, I've gone ahead and pulled what I feel are the most important bolg posts for you to get up to speed on our short but epic history. Did you know that we made it to the Sweet 16 of The Phield? We beat out some lady sportswriter and another website called We Can and Should One Day In Fact Be Professional Administrators of a Major League Baseball Team.
I'm not really sure, frankly, because we don't really read other Phillies bolgs. However, we do align ourselves with the Fightins as often as possible, and I swear it's not just because they have a billion daily readers and they're now the most famous Phillies website in the universe not run by Todd Zolecki. So anyway, browse around, or make a joke about Ryan Lawrence of the Delaware County Times in the comments.
- The Mission Statement - ah yes, where it all began.
- Roy Halladay's Almost Convincing Anthropomorphism - this one rules the school
- An MS Paint comic about Jayson Werth meeting Roy Halladay for the first time
- OMFG Jayson Werth's beard is epic
- The ZWR Value Proposition
- Steamboat Wertzy - Our award-winning foray into the world of animated shorts
- Shameless self promotion for The Phield - this one has an face-breaking video, you should watch it
- ROY'S FIRST START AS A PHILLIES - #CUTTERED
SOCIAL MEDIA POSTSCRIPT
We're also on Twitter and Facebook. But not Bebo or Black Planet, sorry. We just don't have the internal resources to manage all that. Maybe someday. The internet is hard work.
Oh, and we also have a store with t-shirts.