Sunday, May 20, 2018
In order to prepare for a two week trip with my lovely wife to Rome it is necessary for me to write 20 blog posts ahead of time. I don't have a lot of time to do this. I'm not sure I actually have any time to do this. But I have made a sacred charter, somewhere, I think, that says I must post a new blog post everyday. So I wanted to put a stickied explanation of the desperation of my plight at the top of each of my next twenty blog posts.
I am hoping this will explain why my comments might be (checked (X) as appropriate):
__ First drafts
__ Borderline plagiarized from someone else
__ Borderline plagiarized from myself
xx Petty about the Internet
xx Pandering to the reader
__ Technically illegal in the country of Turkey
__ Ending abruptly
__ Too frank by half
__ Pretty much just the lyrics of some song I like
__ Actually a lot like any of my regular blog posts
This particular post is:
03 of 20
End of Stickied Introduction
So in this race against time to write these 20 blog posts while maintaining, I should say, a minimum standard of Internet quality I have made some wonderful discoveries:
1. The Internet minimum standard is wildly surpassed the moment I merely glance lazily in its direction.
2. Even though I was worried my stickied introduction wouldn't actually help me come up with things to write about, it turns out all I have to do is check off a couple of boxes in my stickied introduction and the posts practically write themselves.
3. You are all amazing!
Posted by Feldenstein Calypso at 6:30 AM
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