Monday, March 4, 2024

Other people again


At a bit of a loose end on my computer, I wondered what might be on my favorite blog today. So I hopped on over to clerkmanifesto to see what was cookin' there and maybe catch up on a few posts I might have missed over the last week.

Clerkmanifesto, for those of you who haven't heard of it, is a (redacted due to conflict of interest).

I particularly enjoy clerkmanifesto, which has come out with a new take, bit of whimsy, short story, or bitter polemic leavened with rapscallion humor, every single day since 1970, for its sharp, insightful, and freakishly original takes on (redacted out of sheer confusion).

So there I was, ready for my morning shot of clerkmanifesto, when I arrestingly realized:

Hey, it still had to be written!

So I wrote it. 

Here it is.

But don't you think that's a little weird? Of all the things I read, watch, view, or listen to on the Internet, clerkmanifesto is the only one that has to be made first.

No one ever seems to mention that.

But maybe it isn't the same for other people.

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I respond to pretty much every comment. It's like a free personalized blog post!

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