Monday, November 1, 2010

I Miss My Blog

It was nice to be able to write neat little posts, well-written enough that I could be proud of them, poorly written enough that they didn't require much effort. Then y'all would discuss them, and I would feel like my thoughts are worth discussing. Then I would discuss your thoughts on your blogs, and make you think that your thoughts are worth discussing. Then, in the wee hours of the morning, our discussions would degenerate into silliness and we'd go to sleep. But, in the words of Eminem, "those days are gone / they're just memories."

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  1. In the words of Bart Simpson, "this is the lousy stinking now."

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  2. and it should be "ol,'" not "'ol."

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  3. It's seems as if all of us have hit a dry spell . . . maybe we make a group hachlata to write something at least once a week - group support and all.

    It looks like you've finally taken an interest in general pop culture by the way :)

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  4. not at all. I picked up that eminem line because my roommate likes that song. I didn't know it was eminem until I googled it while writing the post. The Bart Simpson quote is one of my facebook friends' "quotations" (don't remember who).

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  5. Everytime I check your blog there's a new title/sub-title.
    So is this the beginning of a comeback or just nostalgia setting in?

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  6. The only real names were "The Highway Back to Krentiz" and "As N Runs to Infinity." The other names were just to hold the space until I came up with a good name.

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  7. It seems to me that this post hints to a permanent cessation and desistance of (from?) the blog.

    Or will it be like "Family Guy" which was cancelled then revived a few years later, and retroactively called it a "hiatus."

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  8. Man, video killed the radio star, and f'ing facebook killed the blogs!

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  9. AwM: I fear you are wrong.

    Shriki: Correlation does not imply causation.

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  11. Someone is on his wife's account...

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  12. They were mutually exclusive, but not jointly exhaustive.

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  13. oops...


    btw, does this mean all subscribers have my comment via email?

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  14. yes, that is a delightful comic worth repeating.

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  15. I like the Krenitz title.

    Welcome back.

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