The Phog Blog

As an “entity”, this blog is to inform people, publicly, of our thoughts, and the things we think you should know. It isn’t hidden. It is there for everyone to read. We use this site to reach out.
This last posting has gotten more response than every photo, event, discussion, and more in the history of this blog.

This site is just “official”.
To all those regulars out there, you know these thoughts already, because we discuss them, in person. This blog is for the ultra-interested and the fringe. The ones who check up now and again. The ones who want to know more.

We are happier to finally get the commentary. Much needed commentary.
Thank you, again.

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2 Responses to The Phog Blog

  1. Anonymous says:

    apparently you should make this blog deal a sign up kind of nature. If you have a problem with people writting in anonymously then go that route. But please if you respect what is written by named and anonymous then leave it be, sometimes people have to sit behind a curtain to have their power.

  2. loztdog says:

    Hi guys…both of you know I’ve been a regular checker in and reader of your blog & website, and I’m glad you said what you said over the last few posts…I was horribly disappointed when I got to phog last week for ron/adam/dean, completely expecting it to be full to capacity because of what was going to happen on stage…only to find plenty of room. I’m glad that you voiced your thoughts and feelings – if only to confirm my same wish. I went home and ranted and raved about what a great show, and how few people were out to appreciate three fantastic musicians. while i don’t have the luxury (due to family obligations) to be there more regularly, i commend you for encouraging more of us windsorites down to see such fantastic musicians, support them, their music and talent, and to keep you guys open, thats important too, it may not be ‘about’ the money, but without a venue like phog, we are all miserable…you guys work hard for all of us, just like the bands work hard at what they love…take care guys…steve g.

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