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Sunday, January 01, 2006

A challenge to my readers

Blogging is hard.

Each and every day I have to think up new and interesting stuff to entertain my demanding readership. As you may have noticed, I have not exactly been on top of that.

There has to be a solution; I have racked my brain trying to think of something. My best idea so far is to plunder Hubris' archives and repost his funny shit verbatim. Since he is now defunct I figured this wouldn't be a problem. Hell, who reads posts more that a few days old anyway? Then I had a rethink and decided that the prospect of having anything to do with Colin Farrel's penis would be detrimental to my image and sanity. Not to mention the lurking dangers of slipping back into the decadence of a Roadhouse addiction...


Anyway, having cast aside those plans, I have decided on an easy option. I am going to make you guys do the work in two ways. First, I shall be posting a number of discussion topics that I hope will stimulate debate. I'm betting they won't but hell, It'll look like I'm doing something. The first of these will appear above shortly...

My second plan is to rip off various news sites who have cashed in on bloggers and mobile phone video to generate 'citizen journalists'. If any of you, my dear readers, have interesting stories to share, garnered in your day to day travels, share them with me. Anything that you think might be pertinent to the sentiments 'Living in the Real World'. Read the blurb at the top of this page and if you have a story that resonates, send it my way and see your name in lights. Well, pixelated lights, but lights none the less. Make us laugh, make us cry, make us do something else, I don't mind as long as it isn't pornographic.

I estimate with the successful feedback I will generate from these two innovative measures that this site will reap a 0% increase in content and traffic.

Well, you can't blame a guy for trying. If not this then I'm gonna have to fall back on memes and I can only think of three.

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