Thursday, October 7, 2010

The Price of Fame

I still am not convinced that people actually read this thing, other than those few who have copped to it specifically. So every once in a while I get comments in the blog from people I don't know. I guess this is what Hemingway felt like....

So the last two comments have been from Anonymous senders:

I am doing research for my college paper, thanks for your great points, now I am acting on a sudden impulse.- Laura

What does this mean? Is there a college paper writing stalker out there that I have somehow wooed with my vocabulary? Do I ever have great points? When do I ask people to act on a sudden impulse? So, Laura, if you are out there, tell me what you mean! Or at least have the decency to call me and leave a heavy breathing message, that's a lot more classy than this online stuff.

Here's the other one, which hopefully is from a real fan of the MBC.

I should digg your article so other people can see it, really helpful, I had a tough time finding the results searching on the web, thanks.- Norman

That would be great, if people actually read this thing. Well Norman, I hope you enjoy reading this blog, I enjoy writing it, and I love playing baseball. And as soon as someone explains what Digg is, I am sure it would be great if we got on it. Anyone?????????

West Sunset, 3pm.

S. Paige

1 comment:

duane said...

I always read this!