Wednesday, April 04, 2007


As you know, Yeats was speaking of "blogging" when he said, "something something something and the worst are filled with passionate intensity." I can't remember the whole thing. You'll have to look it up on his "blog." Anyway, thanks to Jamie Allen I have been taught how to provide a list of "links" to "blogs," as you can see for yourself. So I have included everyone who has been nice to the "blog" and who has a "blog," I think. I am probably forgetting some people. I will add them as I think of them. And others, such as Tom Bissell, Jim Whorton, Dr. "M." and Jeff McNeil, do not have "blogs" at all! What is wrong with them? I am pretty sure that Phil Oppenheim has a "blog," but I don't know the address. In conclusion, I would like to explain what a "blog" is. It is when you are rich enough to have a computer, and you have developed, at some point in your life, rudimentary typing skills. And also, as Fox News and CNN repeatedly explain, "blogs" are the most important thing in the world. I am sure that if Spartacus were alive today, he would be a "blogger." Or wait. He would have been too poor to own a computer. Well, that's something to think about, isn't it? Also, "blogs" come in handy if you have a product you are trying to sell, but you don't want to come off too pushy. Hope this clears everything up!