(Cue Bette Davis from "What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?"): But ya ARE, Blanche! But ya ARE!
Isn't *this* a blog?
I wouldn't think so. It's a peer-reviewed journal. There's no distribution, no way past the curtain, and often contains an account of what I made for supper. (Hint: they're not really tart, and they don't really pop.)
The other part of the answer is, I do not in any way want my meat life intersecting with this. It's one of the many, many, many reasons I don't have a Farcebook account. (I am of course aware that you know me in meat, and two of my F-list are actually church members, and a couple of friends comment now and then. Nothing is perfect.)
Also, that's kind of the joke. :)
in the style of Facebook. I like this comment!
Ok, this got a hearty laugh out of me. Also, I needed that laugh. Thank you.
And, if I am to understand husband correctly, a double tap is one to the head one to the heart. He being of the combat veteran variety, US Army flavor, I think he's right, though I have no personal experience with this form of Tea Bagger extermination. Pity, that.
Well, in a combat situation, it's often two to the center of mass and the coup de gras to the head. I bow to his superior knowledge. :)
Oh, you know, I think that's what he meant. He pointed it out to me when we were watching a movie and I think that's exactly what the assassin in question did.
Still, pushing a button and getting rid of them all does seem rather a more efficient method. :)
Also, I don't have the time or the resources to hunt down every teabagger and cap their ass. I was sort of hoping for a good death spell. Let the spell decide who's a teabagger and who's just a loudmouth. :)
I dream of such a spell! If only Harry Dresden were real...
He could probably find a way to power it, too.
But if Dresden were real, then all the rest of it would be real too... I really don't want the naagloshii, thank you.
But...but..THIS is a blog.
I think of it as a peer-reviewed journal -- but that is sort of the joke. :)
Oh snap! Eldest Bro suggested blogging to me last week. I was flattered.
Also, "wombulating" is great.
I presume you mean the word is great, and not the experience. :)
You most certainly could blog! I'd read it.
I felt moved to log in and reply to this, instead of just lurkkng as usual, because I had to point out, as have others I see, that this IS a blog. It appears on my RSS feed too, so I say if it looks like a blog and quacks like a blog then it's a blog.
First, hi! I'm flattered I'm on your feed. (I didn't know one could do that!) I have your craft blog on mine. :)
Also, "This is not a blog" is sort of the joke. Though I usually think of it as a peer-reviewed journal.
Feel free to speak up more often! Yours is one of the voices I miss.
I haven't been in LJ for a while, you'll notice the lack of ... well, anything from me. I love your reasoning about things. I agree with your 'friend' that you should perhaps indulge in a more widely distributed weblog with your thoughts and opinions. However, if you stop writing your peer-reviewed journal, I shall make attempts to track you down and double tap you
OK, I'm too lazy to do that - but yours is the only LJ that is NOTIFIED to me when you post. Cos I like it. Very muchly. and besides which, you're writing for us, the crazies* that love you and appreciate knowing things like Scissors go on the morning breakfast tray to avoid stabbing incidents.
When you Blog to the World, you have a different audience and you censor yourself from writing Things. Maybe you wouldn't but I know that I would and I would 'sound' different. Thank you, though, meantime for keeping us peers in the Loop!
*With apologies to those of your readers who maybe aren't just quite over the edge yet.