Having a “blog” has proven to be fun, therapeutic, and really friggin annoying. Do people actually judge their worth by whether or not they are linked on some website somewhere? Is it like friendship bracelets from middle school? I have half a mind to get rid of all of my links, not to sound shitty, but give me a break. I have like 13 up there. All of them are links I check at least 15 times a week. (Some like 500 times a day). If I am not amused I do not come back. If I’m slightly amused I bookmark the damn thing and I come back. If it becomes a habit, I put it on here for everyone to see and I love it like a real sweet peach. Links which stick, reflect me in some way and I like that. It’s simple. I don’t want to fall into blogigation—where I end up with 400 links and only about 3 of them do I actually look at. I come here to vent my fears, empty my head and laugh. I love the people who speak on here they make me snort with laughter, daily. It’s not a popularity contest to see who can get the most hits. If it were I would be in near last place, happier than a pig in shit, smelling some other huffing pig’s ass while they wiggle themselves sweaty (woop dee da doo doo). Think out of the a href=popularity. I love you. I love me. Let’s all eat pie. (Before you assume I am referring to you, I am not).