July 12, 2004

Super Sneaky Bloggy

I can't believe Chris has the pelotas to open his blog up to complete and total strangers. Sure, I'm not a complete and total stranger myself, but you know, anyone could take this ultimate power and abuse it. They could post all sorts of links to their site to gratuitously mooch off his google ranking, (i.e. visit my blog, visit my blog, visit my blog), somehow pretend to be the mighty Cactus and tell everyone that drinks are on him tonight (*wink*), or perhaps try to siphon his always loving legions of commenters. But would I do that? No, of course not, because I'd like to think I'm a friend of the Cactus, and would a friend do something like that? No, never.


So what will I do? Tell inappropriate jokes? It's been suggested we post compromising pictures, but nah, not in the mood. Instead, I'll tell you something entirely random - I've been reading Chris' blog for a few months now, fully aware that he lived in Northern Virginia somewhere. I mean, sure, he did manage to take that picture of a sign that was relatively near my house, which I thought was an odd coincidence. But little did I know, the guy lives about five minutes away. What a small blogging world, eh? So yes, there's my entirely random comment for the day. Now I think I should stop - it's too tempting to post something extremely long and boring here, just to take up space and continually abuse this great gift of power that the Cactus has bestowed upon us. But would a random blogging friend do that? No, never. :)

Posted by at July 12, 2004 4:10 PM
Comments

a random post deserves a random comment,
so what is the capitol of Rhode Island?

Posted by: stacy at July 12, 2004 7:16 PM

What is the capital of Rhode Island? Why, Providence, of course! More random info about Rhode Island - it was admitted to the Union on May 29, 1790, its total area is 1,545 square miles, its population as of April 2000 was 1,048,319, the median age of a Rhode Islander is 34, and it's state motto is simply "Hope."

Posted by: Heather at July 12, 2004 11:46 PM


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