Number One Blogging Rule

OK, I haven’t had time to blog, so I thought I would just blog my #1 blogging pet peeve. You should never, under ANY circumstance blog about how you’ve not had time to blog. That is a waste of a blog post. If you have nothing blog about, then simply don’t blog. Better not to blog that waste precious Internet space with some lame pointless blog post about nothing. It’s a waste of your time and a waste of everyone else’s time to blog about how you have nothing to blog about.

Just thought I’d put that out there since I have nothing to blog about.

RT w/

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  1. Lol! Classic! Reminds me if the paper I wrote on nothing.

  2. Since I have no comment about your blog about nothing I guess I’ll just say nothing about your blog about nothing!

  3. By way of introduction, I should like to point out that I have absolutely nothing of substance or value to add to this most auspiciously meaningless post, other than to indicate the lack of my contribution forthwith. Be that as it may, I thought it wise to indicate from the outset my dearth of meaningful input so as not to take up precious bandwith proving it through a long, meandering comment. I know how valuable your time is, and that it would be a tragedy for me to hinder you from other more important pursuits. Therefore, I wanted to announce publicly–after much thought, counsel, consideration, and drawing straws– that I have decided NOT to leave a lengthy response to your post. In conclusion, I trust that this brief, concise, cogent, spell-checked (or not), and carefully constructed comment serves to demonstrate that as far as I am concerned, your time is valuable and I will refrain from wasting it by making you read a stream of interconnected words, phrases, punctuation marks, and yes, even sentences, which have little more to offer you than frustration and a massive headache. So, there you have it. I hope that my on-point brevity inspires other commenters to take the point of your post to heart! Oh, and you are welcome. Glad I could help…. :)

  4. Ty, I would love to read that paper. I actually, submitted a multiple paper on ‘nothing’ in high school in high school when I hadn’t read Beowolf on time and got my only ‘F’ – but the funny part was my teacher actually marked up the grammer throughout the entire thing with mark ups such as “rubbish” and “makes no sense” and “pointless” and such comments as though she had no idea that I was being funny since I hadn’t finished the book. I saved it to show my kids someday. Its a pretty hyterical read. It my only “F” and has so much red ink I crack up every time I come across it. I still managed an “A” in the class, so in the end I survived somehow. I always wondered if secretly my teacher enjoyed it, but couldn’t admit it.

  5. Karl, that reminds me of a girl in one of my speech classes who had to deliver an impromptu 5 minute speech on “How to Rebuild an Engine.” She was the kind of girl who had never broken a nail in her life, so we all wondered how she was going to handle this topic. She stood in front of the class and said, “Rebuilding an engine is a lot like applying makeup in the morning….” She then proceeded to talk about makeup. What was funny is that some of the guys in the class were nodding in agreement (and she got an A on the speech).

    By the way, did you ever end up reading Beowulf?
    .-= Tim´s last blog ..QUICK CHECK: NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER =-.

  6. I confess, but I did not keep the paper. The premise was if one has nothing then one at least has something. Even if one considers it a paradox, at least he then has two of something, whatever a dox may be. This means his possesions total three, nothing and a pair of dox’s. I, too, got an F.

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