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Dec
03

Where Am I Going?

I’m sorry that posting has been light here for the past few days. A lot of stuff going on in the news, but I worry that none of what I do is reporting, only regurgitating with my opinion mixed in.
I suppose thats what blogging has become these days. A friend of mine asked me the other day “what is your blog about?”
I didn’t have an answer. I still don’t.
I’ve complained before that I don’t seem to have a direction or a purpose in my blog.
So I asked myself, what would I like my blog to be about?

These are a few of my ideas:

I would like my blog to be funny.
I want people to be able to get a fresh perspective on news and even maybe learn something as well.
I want to have stories that people want to comment on.
I want to have a site people check a couple of times a day just to see what craziness I come up with.

So goes my new mission for this blog. Maybe I need to give out some kind of award, or a poll or something.

These are the search terms that have led people to this blog in the past week:

“sweet sex” (from Google Saudi Arabia. Shit, I probably have a warrant for my arrest there now. thanks Google.)
“sweet naked gay”
“artur davis enda”
and “sex jokes”

Someone also searches for “Sweet Homo Alabama” but i’m not sure if they are looking for my blog or this:
homoal.jpg

Maybe I need “young men in hardcore action”….

  • http://djderek.com Derek

    I have this movie. It’s extremely nasty. And low-budget.

    Your blog beats it anyday!

  • Zach, The Writer

    how nasty?

    I think I should sell it here on the blog.

  • http://www.camerado.org Brent

    I love that your blog isn’t specialized. I recall how around 2001 blogs gradually became specialized around the issue of war and politics, whereas my and my friends’ blogs were about ourselves–you know, a web log, a journal as diverse as ourselves. Specialized blogs, no matter the subject, are often tools, propaganda posing as blogs. I hope you keep yours personal and diverse. That’s where the revolution began, and what makes blogs different from (and better than) editorials.