Gut Rumbles

August 29, 2004

what did I do right?

I've had more than 2,000 visits on a Sunday, without being linked to anybody in the Tall Dog category. That happenstance is most unusual. Bejus! Do you realize what a problem this causes me????

Now, I can't blame all my visits on people fucking off at work.


I'm testing the blacklist...think I fixed it....

Posted by: kelley on August 29, 2004 11:43 PM

You can blame it on people fucking off at home. : - )

Posted by: Kate on August 29, 2004 11:48 PM

BTW, Rob, I happened on an Olympic display of gymnastics where the MOST fetching young wimmen used objects like colorful vollyballs, juggleing sticks, and long ribbons in their performances

My poor old eyes nearly departed ma haid!

Posted by: wes jackson on August 30, 2004 12:51 AM

Maybe it's just because we like to see what you have to say -- whenever. Not all of us peons have the time or the wherewithall to get on-line freely at work (although the silly [expletive deleted]s of my now out-sourced to Perot Systems IT department have yet to figure out a block that I haven't managed to get around) But some of us actually WORK at work -- gotta come visit you on our own time! But of course you're always worth it

Posted by: Marianne on August 30, 2004 03:45 AM

Mr. Smith,

Could it be that I wasn't the only one wondering if the tropical storm was affecting you this time? Besides, my inlaws were up for the weekend and had to go back to Savannah. I wanted a local weather check.

Jim in (hurricane magnet) NC.

Posted by: Jim Gwyn on August 30, 2004 05:58 AM

Against the odds, do try to maintain your humble approach.

Personally as a relatively new blogger, I find it a bit stressful, online or off. I reckon I can 'tell' when someone's reading my stuff, and frankly its a bit unsettling, you must be postively haunted! Dont' fret, despite what I think of your . . views, you are a likeable monster.

Posted by: Link on August 30, 2004 08:49 AM

Maybe it's because I'M BAAAAAAACK ! ! !

And, guess what thick-necked, pencil-dicked, right-wing TV gas bag said this?

""The [911] attacks initially made me sorry I voted for [Bush] For most of that day, as my wife and children stayed inside our house listening to the roar of fighter jets overhead, and black smoke from the Pentagon hovered above our neighborhood, Bush failed to return to Washington. My family sat unprotected a few miles from the scene of a terrorist attack; Bush hid in a bunker on some faraway military base.

It infuriated me, as did the subsequent excuses from White House spokesman. There was a risk in coming back, they said. There was a risk in coming back, they said. Of course there was. That's the point: Leaders must take risks, sometimes physical ones. Bush should have elbowed his Secret Service detail out of the way and returned in a display of fearlessness to his nation's capital. I found it distressingly revealing that he didn't.:""

Posted by: Beth on August 30, 2004 09:52 AM

Beth... uhh... what's your point?

Posted by: Acidman on August 30, 2004 10:31 AM

We're just doing it to mess you up. (Regular scheduled screwing off at work will resume shortly. Stay tuned for updates.)

Posted by: Wichi Dude on August 30, 2004 10:47 AM

"I've had more than 2,000 visits on a Sunday, without being linked to anybody in the Tall Dog category"

I linked to you. My blog is globally read, I assure you.

Posted by: kc on August 30, 2004 07:52 PM
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