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Another Meme

You can blame John McKay at archy for this.

Why do you blog?
The authorities frown on violent street protests and the computer requires air conditioning.

How long have you been blogging?
A year and 9 months.

Self Portrait?
See the top of the blog, that isn’t Brad Pitt up there.

Why do readers read your blog?
Because it’s presented in text format? Possibly because they think what I write strikes a chord.

What was the last search phrase someone used to get to your site?
Google sent someone looking for a picture of a rooster and CNN sent someone looking for the mayor who banned snowballs.

Which of your entries unjustly gets too little attention?

There is no realistic way of knowing. You can make assumptions based on which get comments, but that isn’t very accurate. A powerful post doesn’t necessarily invite comments, while the lighter posts generally do.

Your current favorite blog?
It doesn’t work that way. Blog for what? I have a blogroll for a reason.

What blog did you read most recently?

Yellow Doggerel Democrat

Which feeds do you subscribe to?
Usually I make my own with a cup and a half of rice, garlic powder, brewer’s yeast, multivitamins, vegetable oil, and then I add protein [ground beef, chicken livers, mackeral, etc.]. The feral cats seem to like it.

Oh, I read blogs, not feeds.

What four blogs are you tagging with this meme and why?
I am the Death of Memes. I don’t promulgate them.

September 10, 2006   5 Comments


In addition to his tribute to Donald Robson, Jams at The Poor Mouth provides a link to The 2996 Project, links to tributes to all 2996 victims of September 11th.

September 10, 2006   4 Comments



Because hurricanes just aren’t enough to pay for living in a temperate climate, at 10:00AM CDT there was 6.0 earthquake due South of me.

Bloody marvelous!

September 10, 2006   10 Comments

Passing the Plate

Florida License Plates

Florida Plate Blogging


Standard Florida Plate

A weekend feature of Why Now.

September 10, 2006   Comments Off on Passing the Plate