The Report Of My Death Was An Exaggeration

August 27, 2008 at 9:59 pm | Posted in The Blog And I | 12 Comments

In case anyone was wondering, I’m still alive. I thought long and hard about deleting the blog and starting a new life because everyone is telling me to do something with my life. What most of you don’t know is I’m currently wasting my life working as a butcher. It’s not really for money but for the exercise and the social interaction. Being too lazy to change, I thought it would be best to blog again because it would be foolish to throw away further experiences like the Jay-Z meet-up.

I’ve been looking through old drafts and will go through those and start checking off my to-do list. Some of them I’m going to start tomorrow. Others, such as the mixtape will have to wait for some reason or another (i.e. Muxtape being down). Other items I’m considering doing: a podcast of some sort and an attempt to get into the Guinness World Book Of Records.

On a side note to this post about nothing: When googling Mark Twain to make sure I wasn’t messing up the title’s quote, I found out that not only did he write Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventure Of Tom Sawyer but Twain was also well known for his quotations. I’ve decided to take inspiration from this and become rich and famous for giving quotations. Here’s one to get you started: “There is nothing that makes less sense than Bosco without a hand up his arse”. Speaking of which, happy belated birthday Bosco. His birthday was August 25th according to his (?) Wikipedia page. My proposal for a possible sequel to Huck Finn: The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn Versus The Hulk. It practically writes itself.

I’m amazed at how easy it was to write that post. If you want, feel free to nominate this for post of the month here. Ah, I’m just messing. Doing so would be what top oral hygienists refer as supersilly. Besides, there are more deserving posts (yes, I linked K8 twice for a reason). Continue Reading The Report Of My Death Was An Exaggeration…

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