Gut Rumbles

August 02, 2005

is it that difficult to understand?

I blog to have fun. Period. That's what I do and I like to write. I suspect that if I culled my posts carefully, I might have a pretty good book in there.

Read this post and make up your own mind. I don't proclaim to be an expert on anything, but I know a lot. I write about what I know. I never intended to change the world when I started blogging and that's not my objective now. What I write today damn sure ain't gonna affect my career, because I don't have one anymore. I blog because I can.

I dunno. I think some bloggers take themselves way too seriously.


Bloggin's fun, but pretending people read it is funner. Hehe.

Posted by: DaneBramage on August 2, 2005 10:55 PM

RE that last line: LMAO. You're kidding, right?

Posted by: Key on August 2, 2005 11:31 PM

If it wasn't fun I wouldn't do it. Hell at my age I don't have to do a damn thing I don't want to do. I read the political blogs for an insight on how people are thinking. I read the others for two reasons. One is some are well written and the writers are gifted and humorous. The other reason is that I return the favor and read writers that I know that have read mine.

Posted by: GUYK on August 2, 2005 11:36 PM

I get my daily laugh from the blogs and the comments keep blogging, please....Murry

Posted by: Murry on August 3, 2005 02:00 AM

"improved technological infrastructure or through the development of professional norms"

I have much to say on this subject, but will settle for "YUCK!"

Posted by: Wes Jackson on August 3, 2005 03:17 AM

He just used a heckuva lot more words to say blogging is fun.

Posted by: Kelly on August 3, 2005 08:33 AM

He gave me a headache just reading that crap. If I zone out on the first paragraph, the shit ain't worth reading to me.

Posted by: assrot on August 3, 2005 12:01 PM

More poison from Key. Why am I NOT surprised?

Posted by: Acidman on August 3, 2005 01:48 PM

Are you two fighting again? Kiss and make up again will ya? Fighting is not good for your health.

Posted by: livey on August 3, 2005 04:11 PM

i also think many companies are seeing blogs as "that thing the kids like nowadays" and want to get in on the phenomenon. there now seem to be two classes of bloggers: hobbyists, and those who do it as part of a career.

Posted by: not-troll beth on August 3, 2005 05:21 PM
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