Wednesday, January 14, 2009

What Social Networking Can Do To You

I think I need to reschedule my time for blogging, because these late nights are starting to get to me. I mean here it is a quarter to eleven and my mind is mush. I blame the late hours, because you just know that I am full of fresh ideas when I wake up at *cough* 4:11AM *cough*.

Hey, my alarm goes off at 4:11, I just choose to snooze for a little while. Sometimes I snooze until Jenni kicks me out of bed. Trust me when the temperatures are this cold, it takes a few kicks!

ANYWAY. I need to do this blogging in the morning I think, but the reason really isn't because of brain mush. I mean does my brain sound/look mushy to you? Didn't think so. Nope, I think my real problem is that I'm getting too into the whole social networking thing. You know Twitter and Plurk, well they are taking over my life. By the way if you want to find me, I'm @mylhibug on Twitter and Mylhibug on Plurk, look me up, if you are there?

Dang it. See what I mean?

Actually, I gave up on Plurk there for a while - it was GREAT during the Olympics, but then the election took front and center, and I felt like I couldn't say anything without getting someone upset. It hasn't happened yet on Twitter, although I know some friends/acquaintances that feel the same way about Twitter that I did about Plurk. Funny how that works, isn't it? Funnier still, I think we agree on most things politically.

For those of you that don't know already, I am Catholic and very proud of it. I also lean more to the right than most, not like David Duke extreme, and not as tame as McCain. Truth be told, I'm more of a Libertarian, and like as little government intervention as possible. So you can probably see where me and the 'Anointed One' may differ. Does this make me a crazy lunatic? To some, maybe. That is there opinion, and I respect that, but I don't think I am any crazier than the next guy or girl.

Yikes, where did the personal stuff come from? Oh yeah, this is a personal blog. :)

Now, I can see why people might think my brain is mushy. I is what I is, I guess.

Updates... Danny is feeling much better, and thank you whoever invented melt away medicine. We wrap a piece of gum with that stuff (Danny loves him some gum) and voila, he doesn't know that he is taking medicine, and he doesn't throw up. Which is awesome! Of course tonight he might be catching on. He told Jenni that his gum tasted funny. Smart kid that Danny. :)

Okay, I need to wake up in five hours (in theory), So I must depart. What was I talking about anyway?


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