Dick Schaefer at Dragon Sports Talk 970 KDSF lays into his hometown team, predicting fewer than 4 wins for the Feds. Schaefer can’t remember where SF plays (It’s Presidio Park, aka “The Headquarters”) but he’s tired of hearing his hometown fans being hopeful about the Federation’s chances in it’s first season after elevation to the FSL.
The FSL has released the official schedule for 2013, and the amazing Phil meadows is ON IT. Check out this PDF visual representation of the season and print out so you can follow along at home.
First of all, gigantic Ent-sized thanks from Just and me for believing in FSL Tonight. We are consistently amazed with how generous you all are with not only money for this kickstarter but with time making logos and posting feedback and general support.
You are the best fans in the world
Whatever Inning Stretch — Goal
So now that we passed $5,000 it’s time to get stretchy. And frankly, it almost seems greedy. We made the goal, we’re going to cover the season. It’s going to be awesome.
However, if by some incredible stroke of fate, we were to DOUBLE OUR MONEY, that is to get $10,000, we will do the following stretch goal. Justin and I will pull out, from the Dragon SportsTalk Radio archives, ten classic episodes to go in the feed during the offseason.
The Underworld Morlocks vs. Richmond Travellers? Who could forget. The Paris Balloons and the Pern Dragonriders? Just might be in that archive. Or what about that Barsoom squad and their domination of a decade? It all just might be in the archive, or it might be better. And don’t forget you’ll get a chance to her the commentary of venerable Dragon Sports Talk Radio play-by-play man Brian Brushwood in his youngest days.
So there you have it folks. And again, we’re only doing a stretch goal because that’s just how it’s done on Kickstarter. We are over the moon with how awesome you all have been just to help us meet the main goal.
Here’s to a great 2013 season!
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Listen to our plea episode of the podcast where we beg you. It’s embarrassing.
Petey Rave files his first offseason report and takes a look at some of the free agents teams in the FSL might be looking at to shore up needs on their rosters.
Sports all of many kinds has existed across timelines and realities in many forms from the simple to the unfathomably complex.
The Portllflliaxx of the Transitive Continua play an extremely complicated sport, roughly described as a combination of the board game Go, Cricket, Team Handball and Synchronised Aerial Acrobatics. Its combination of automatic scoring and adjudicated results make it difficult for outsiders to understand. A typical test match can last several lifetimes and cross multiple realities and universes.
On the other end of the scale is the game of Po, played by the residents of the one-dimensional Pointillist Plane. The first player to place a slice of one-dimensional space in front of itself wins. While multiple players can compete, the most popular version among pointillions is the solitaire version.
However in an attempt to create a unified sport, the Ecumenical Sporting Council was created to reconcile all variants of sport into one unified set of rules. The rules were set by the council and approved by the founders at a trans-dimensional polygon the cut through most universes at a more or less convenient angle. Because we know where the rules were set it is, unfortunately, impossible to know when.
However these rules are followed by all organizations governed by the FSL.
The Vulcan Velocity and Lannisport Lions face off in what may be the wildest championship game yet. Plus, league management stunner, and new teams elevated!
Get the episode at this link.
Mysterious and ancient ones not pleased at unilateral moves.
Below, 30 August 2012 /FSLNewswire/ -- After controversial moves against the FSL champion Canton Jaynes last season and unilateral decisions regarding relegation and consolation games, Commissioner Stan Lee has caught the unwelcome eye of the league Founders.
Waking from their more common death-like sleep, the Founders or some aspect of them, assembled to deliver a statement through a Spokesperson who appeared to the press as a huge pallid gelatinous oval.
Accounts differ on the exact wording but most reporters after recovering from an inexpressible terror, agreed that the message had been that the Foudners were unpleased with Lee's actions and considering replacing him as commissioner.
An unnamed man-eating cloudy mass familiar with the matter told Bloomberg the Founders were just looking for the right replacement, alive or dead, and hoped to have a new Commissioner named before the championship. Many fear Lee may pull another move against the champion team like he did against the Jaynes last season.
"He's addicted to relegation," said the cloudy mass.
About the FSL
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