Many people overseas create blogs as a means to connect them to loved ones back home. I think that's great. However, I created mine just as a way to write. I tend to be in my head A LOT. This here blog is a good way to expel my demons, and I don't even use it as effectively as I could. If I did, I would fucking swear a hell of a lot more than I do in my posts. Just so you know. My internal dialogue is filled with expletives. I may or may not have tourettes.
Point being, I haven't given out my blog addy to many people I know. Actually - I can count them on one hand, and I might as well call them out here. My blog's a year old, and it's had over 10,000 hits. So I call upon my asshole friends who check in infrequently if at all. (Don't worry about the name calling, they know I love them, and they also know what I say is TRUE.) So, Goldie in Egypt, Laura in Japan, Jacob in Toronto, Stacey in St. Catharines,...bring it in the comments section. (Watch,....there will be zero comments to this post.)
I haven't given my address out because when I have given it, it has produced minimal response. My bitterness may or not be expanded upon in a near future post. (In the meantime, "SCREW YOU IGNORERS!") It doesn't matter, because they won't read this.
But my friend who MIGHT read this (we'll see) is a guy who should get his blogging ass online pronto, because there's deals to be had, and he's a very talented dude. I've pimped his site beforehand, but I will do again. He's a talented writer/director/actor/producer/dancer/clown-mime/fellow/what not, and if he doesn't leave a comment, he's also an ass.
But buy his movies anyways.
(And I'm going to write a screenplay he's going to make, only he doesn't know it right now. Yet, I swear, he's going to be compelled.)
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