Saturday, February 23, 2008

Blog #2 is the same flavor as bacon, but minus the deliciousness

I'm choosing to type in a Courier font today because Courier is the font used in screenwriting and that is what I am supposed to be doing right now. I figure that if I'm going to be writing a blog instead, then maybe I should use a screenwriting font and try to trick myself into thinking I spent the afternoon doing exactly what it is I'm supposed to be doing.
I don't like this post so far. So far, I'm off to a bad start. There's something going on with the text right now, too. To explain it would be too long and complicated and would prove to have little to no payoff. What I will do instead is talk about a Rock 'n' Roll concert I attended last night. It was a show put on by Michael Mazochi and the Widows (Click on the title of this blog for music samples). What I will say about the concert is this:
--Nope. This isn't working. I'm pulling the cord on this blog. I'm having technical issues that are so powerful and otherworldly that I can't even manage to tell you how fantastic this fantastic band is (which is, incidentally, quite fantastic). I am now left with no other recourse than to quit and start anew. Do I have regrets? Sure, I have a few. Would I do it again if I had the chance? You bet your ass I would.
The Management

Friday, February 22, 2008

New & Improved! (Now with curly fries!)

If I were a gambling man, I'd gamble on me. I have skillz (the "z" illustrates the extremely high level of skill I possess), charm, talent and a station wagon. I am allergic to neither carrots, nor fire. I have less than one jet pack, but I can spell the word "responsibility" without the aid of a friend or enemy. If I were asked to name one of my favorite colors, I would promptly respond with a lie that was so colorful and loud, it would pass a kidney stone without even wincing. Yes, sir or ma'am. If I were a gambling man, I'd gamble on me. Not because I like to win... but because I think losing is unattractive and that's something I don't know how to be.

Times in Important Places