A Voice of Reason: Sane Views for a Crazy World

April 21, 2007

When Life Gets in the Way of Blogging

You miss so much when you can’t blog for a couple of days.  I wonder how many of you are like me and check your stats – OFTEN – like sometimes every few minutes as you want to see if that wonderful work you have created has been picked up by the rest of the world.

And there were SO MANY things to talk about, many of them mundane.

I really wanted to comment on John Edward’s haircut and how one America pays $10 or so and others $400.   I especially like how it came across as “consulting fees”, but that moment was missed.  Although I think it is another reason to vote for Rudi!

I mean I don’t he’d EVER need a $400 haircut on the public dime!  Oh, yes Mr. Edwards did give the money back to the campaign, so he’s no longer dishonest, just a bad consumer.

Heck, I even wanted to comment on John McCain’s latest hit – Bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb bomb Iran, but the moment was lost.  I guess those two silly items cancel each other out in the silly category.

4 Comments »

  1. I’m a constant stat checker. I hate when I can’t blog because I know my stats will go down. There are books I’d like to read, but my stats will go down. And I just thought I was OCD.

    Comment by Dave — April 21, 2007 @ 10:53 pm | Reply

  2. We all check em!

    Comment by avoiceofreason — April 21, 2007 @ 11:16 pm | Reply

  3. yeah. and i feel guilty for paying for highlights… what my husband would do if i got a $400 haircut! McCain. Why the heck would you do that when running for pres? totally rediculous.

    Statcounter is so new to me so I love it, but then again… I’m sure I will phase in and out of it!

    Comment by mommyzabs — April 22, 2007 @ 1:11 am | Reply

  4. I pay about $7, but usually give a good tip, so about $12 to $15. Those girls work for peanuts, so it’s good for my karma!

    Comment by avoiceofreason — April 22, 2007 @ 1:17 am | Reply


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