Not even a Christmas post. Am I a pathetic blogger, or what? Lately it seems my blog posts mostly go on about how little blogging I actually do, which seems pretty pitiful. I mean really, who wants to read about how I'm just too busy, lazy, uninspired, or (fill in the blank with whatever adjective you like)? Don't think it hasn't occurred to me to put the poor thing out of it's misery once and for all, but I just can't bring myself to do it. It's like trying feed a baby mouse to a lizard...which I've done lately, and I can tell you it ain't pretty. So, the blog must go on, but I'm not making any promises, New Year's resolutions, or whatever about how I'm going to write more often. I know it's not going to happen, I'm terrible about keeping New Year's resolutions, so why bother. This whole thing will just keep straggling along until...well, I really don't know. But I'll try to find something interesting to say.
And now a word from someone who is not our sponsor: Don't get caught lying down on the blog....Visit Mattress Police today!
Okay, we will now return to our irregularly scheduled blog post. Um, let's see, an interesting thing for today...I know, I can send you somewhere infinitely more interesting than here. I started my blog without any real aim or purpose, but was inspired by this guy to try turning it into a humor blog. Whether or not I was successful or not is debatable (alright, I know I'm just fooling myself, just humor me), but that is in no way the fault of Diesel, master of all things funny, and head of the Mattress Police. The man is brilliant, dazzling, blinding, and (fill in light-related adjective here) in his humor...okay, I'll cut the crap, he's just downright funny. So, visit him, judge for yourself and then go vote for him for Best Humor Blog over at the 2008 Weblog Awards.
Didn't you see that coming? Man, am I subtle or what? But seriously, if anybody deserves this award it's Diesel...and I'm not saying that because he's paying me or anything...because he's not (damn, I knew I forgot to do something).
Hey Diesel, if you win, you think we can work something out...say a small percent of your book profits? No? Well, it was worth a try.