New Blog Name: Yes? No?

With all this change being thrown around, thought I might change it up, too.

It is supposed to be Pirates, as in, East Carolina U Pirates, where the blog name and theme came from (wasn’t going to do purple and gold for the colors, no way.)

Update: Na, never mind. Been thinking about it, and, just like the old name better

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6 Responses to “New Blog Name: Yes? No?”

  1. Basil says:

    You know, there’s a new WordPress plugin that’s supposed to let you do both. Yes, multiple domain names on the very same WP blog.

    Alternate, you could do the whole baseball thing (you knew I’d work baseball into this) where you do something like “The Pirate’s Report from the Pirate’s Cove” or some such.

    Just a thought.

    Still like the classic Pirate’s Cove. But, of course, it’s your blog. You get to pick the name and everything.

  2. I might have to try that plugin, but, like your feedback (which I appreciate, Basil,) after reflection, I like the old name better.

  3. Stix says:

    I still remember going to the Liberty Bowl in Memphis on New Year’s Eve to watch the Illini destroy the East Carolina Pirates. Back when U of I had a god team

    Also I was thinking about going to East Carolina for Maritime Archeology. Still wish I wold have done that.

  4. Stix says:

    good team oops,

  5. Maggie Mama says:

    Let’s leave the “reports” in the office and hang out at the “Cove”!

  6. Carl says:

    Frankly, I like Pirate’s Cove. It’s not only the name of this blog which I read often but also the name of a po’boy restaurant my wife and I have frequented whenever we visited her parents in Mississippi. It originally was located on U.S. Highway 90 just across the highway from the Gulf of Mexico until Hurricane Katrina wiped it off the face of the planet. However they re-opened in a shed in nearby Pass Christian, Mississippi. I have a blog entry about it on my blog at

    in case anyone’s interested.

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