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August 11, 2004

Dear online poker, cialis, tramadol, casino, penis enlargement, and XXX spammers flooding my comments and making a pain for me to even login to my MT: eat my shorts. I have finally gotten off of my lazy butt and have installed a wonderful spam blocker that will hopefully get rid of the unneeded stress being unleashed upon me by your razor-talon bots. Hate is not a pretty thing, and neither are you. I highly recommend visiting this page if you have issues with comment/trackback spambots.

On a happier note, the 2+ week holiday departure is only 2 weeks and a day from now, which means it’s time for list-making! I have some friends that are extremely good at listing, and I may just have to use some of their mad listing 5k1llz to get through this.

Every time that I come to write on this, it feels like more and more of a chore. There are so many things to share, but I know none of them would really be a good idea to write on such a public forum, and I’m rethinking me decision to have an unveiled website. I was halfway thinking about starting an anonymous blog out there somewhere, but what would be the point? To be able to talk about crap that no one cares about anyhow? I think the poor writing and the sniveling demeanor would bore anyone to tears, including myself.

Then again, when I think back on what I do day after day, it all seems very trivial and boring. I actually do have fun just living life, but for some reason, it just seems far less exciting than anyone else’s life. I don’t really know why this is – I suppose that perhaps it’s normal for anyone and everyone to feel this way.

Just typing this is depressing me, so I’m going to stop now.


What exactly is an exciting life? And why in god's name is your life so much less exciting than all of these other exciting lives? I would like to know. pfft.

Posted by: fern has a question at August 11, 2004 9:39 PM

i suppose an exciting life is something other than mine. i mean, you have the little junior neighbour kid who's all quirky, like in teevee. last night i had sushi with ben, then went home and played a roller coaster video game. see, i'm pretty lame.

Posted by: devlyn at August 11, 2004 11:19 PM

sushi seems pretty exciting to me. rollercoasters seem pretty exciting. what is more, just between you and me, i have a tendency for exaggeration. little junior isn't filling every minute of my life with quirky little kid antics like i may have made people believe. don't let anyone else know, but i've only really talked to junior, like, twice or thrice.

Posted by: fern has a question at August 12, 2004 4:49 PM

the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence.

i always feel i'm missing out on something, too.

Posted by: j-a at August 16, 2004 8:01 AM