Nothing to See Here

Sometimes one just has to write even when one has nothing to write about and no inspiration.

This is what this is.

It has even affected my art.

Proof:

This post will have the feel of a random letter you read in the local newspaper where the writer has clearly lost his mind, but must commit his madness to paper if only to be able to continue on. Kind of like this:

So I thought I should do the same thing. Clear out the clutter and cobwebs, stop being like Gollum and thinking of my blog as precious, and just write a list of pure dreck and end it with an exclamation of well wishes.

So here goes a list of worthless gibberish for your non-reading non pleasure to unblock my writer’s block:

  • The Today show had its penultimate 60th anniversary celebration today, featuring the highlights of the last 60 years. It showed some old footage of a chimpanzee pushing an anchor desk. Former anchors told tales that mainly involved interview subjects using bathrooms. Ann Curry reminisced how she interviewed Vice-President Joe Biden and a dog howling “Wooovveee woooo” in a manner that sounds like “looovveee youuuu” on the same day, and neither had an answer to why Work It‘s pilot was picked up by ABC. And Al Roker made out with Willard Scott. At the bitter end, the Today show played highlights from the 60th anniversary celebration it just aired, and I felt as if I had become trapped in some space-time continuum where I would never move on from today.
  • I missed the second episode of Work It. If you are unfamiliar with the sitcom, stop reading and live your life in the peace and happiness one can only possess from being ignorant of this show. Although I did not watch it, this is what I believed happened: All the women in the office realize they are experiencing menstrual synchrony.  Lee plays along to fit in. When a colleague can’t find ketchup for the hotdog she ordered at lunch, Lee pulls a tampon out from under his dress covered in ketchup. “Will this do?” he quips. The other girls titter. “Oh my god, I was soooo going to do that too,” squeals Monique. They laugh and launch into a pillow fight.
  • The Golden Globes are Sunday. The opening number is the cast of The Jersey Shore reenacting scenes from The Human Centipede 2. Do not click on the link and read about this movie if you want to continue a life of peace and happiness
  • Twinkies are dead. Long live Twinkies.
  • Sarah Palin Explains Why Santorum Rises to the Top” is a most excellent headline if you use the most current definition of Santorum.
  • Christian Mingle.com is a site designed to find God’s match for you™. It seems a tad suspect though since “red” is an option to choose for eye color and we all know who has red eyes… Ben Stein.
  • Today is Blame Someone Else Day, Happy International Skeptics Day and Make Your Dreams Come True Today.
  • Writing random lists of gibberish does nothing to alleviate writer’s block and leads to reader’s block.

Happy International Skeptics Day!!

11 comments

  1. Lately, I see things out in the world and I think, “Speaker 7 should know about this.” Seriously. Like Kourtney Kardashian now dispensing wisdom on her own mommy blog. BTW, Gollum has been seriously maligned for quite some time now. Sad.

  2. Glib comment: So many important things happen every day that the shit I give is piling up.

    Truthful comment: Blogging can be a pain in the ass. There. I’ve said it. The Emperor has no clothes and a really small penis.

    1. On a rare day, a post flows freely like the vomit from a drunk frat boy in a bar alleyway.

      Most of the time, it stagnates like a batch of dried up vomit in a bar alleyway.

    1. I read that Twinkies have 37 ingredients. I know cakes usually have flour, sugar, eggs, vanilla…so I guess the 33 other ingredients are what make Twinkies last longer than a decade.

  3. I laughed so loud at the 60th anniversary show’s own clips being played on the 60th anniversary show that my husband heard me clear down the hall in the bathroom where he was taking a shower with the radio playing Twisted Sister.

    1. It was really bizarre that they did that, but I hope that in 60 years, the Today show will have a 60th anniversary special about the 60th anniversary segment during its 120th anniversary show, and my grandchildren will bring up my urn from the cellar and set it front of the floating screen that transmits images directly to the brain.

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