Satirical Icing on the Cake of Life

Monday, October 23, 2006

Who Said I Wasn't Original?

Okay, since Windows decided that it would be a great idea to have an error whilst I was typing my last entry, I am still waiting for something worth mentioning to rant about.

So, until then, I present you with this (Yes, Drew, I stole the idea from you, but, as you will soon see, mine is way cooler):
LogoThere is:
person with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

Werd, bitches.

Friday, October 13, 2006

The Ever-Unoriginal Yet Important Introduction

Well, I suppose I should probably give you some idea, or ideas, as to what I plan to use this blog for. Ideally, I am going to relay to you, the reader, random events that I have borne witness to, and "discuss" them. Of course by discuss, I mean criticize or otherwise completely laugh at said event.

Thus, with that said, I advise those of you incapable of appreciating wit and/or dry/critical humor to veer away from any posts in this blog. However, at some time to be declared at a later date (i.e., whenever I get around to it), there will be other random blogs of less cynical/satirical natures.

Also, I have included in my profile, I believe, a means of contacting me. Please, do not abuse this. Abuse, in this sense, refers to using said modes of contact to attack me out of "e-rage," or to do anything other than civilly address your concerns/comments on a blog that I have published. For future reference, any act as defined in the previous sentence will be hence forth referred to as "doing/did something stupid." For example: Joe sends me a message, "...omg lyk, I hate j00. Ur blog is dum..." Joe "did something stupid.") Ideally, this shouldn't happen, but I fear it is bound to.

So, until I blog next, I leave you with a quote:

We've all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true. -- Robert Wilensky