Saturday, April 3, 2010
This guy that I work with kinda asked me to come over and get drunk with
him. I actually first asked him if he was going to go get drunk tonight and party, next thing I know he asks me party with him. I kinda made a joke of it and ignored it, I dont know if he was serious or joking or what to make of it. Now I still have to work with him. What do you think I should do?
did you get my last message
Friday, February 26, 2010
As his friend you should understand that
he has the right to hit on a girl. its a guy thing, very few guys would resist that opportunity for any friend. I wouldnt have gotten upset with him on a normal day. But being hormonal I would have originally felt sorry for myself, and angry that he couldnt be there, but than I would understand.
Sunday, February 21, 2010
I want an opinion on this
Your having a really bad day and you're in need of a friend but your friend is too busy hitting on some girl or whatever.. Some of my other friends respond to this with "he's a guy" what do you think? Is that normal guy behavior and whether it is or not should it be excusable? I posted in my rantings and ravings blog about the issue by the way. Seriously though I want to hear other opinions from guys and gals alike.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Is the answera yes, or a no? or is silence meant to be a NO
Saturday, February 6, 2010
How about an inexpensive reader-only subscription? (spreading the word)
How about an inexpensive reader-only subscription? Obviously, I'm not suggesting it for myself, but for my readers from other sites. I would like to be able to send out invitations to subscribe to read Blogit, like a newspaper or magazine, for a modest monthly price, say $2. This will make Blogit much more attractive to readers, especially when they compare the cost of reading Blogit (currently $12.95 month-to-month) to the cost of their Atlantic Monthly, New Yorker or even Architectural Digest. Of course, they could always upgrade to a writer's subscription if they wish, but I am thinking few of them will and those that do will only do so after several months of reading and conferring with the writers on Blogit. Those writers, in turn, will have more encouraging reviews of Blogit as a source of income if there is a substantial readership pool from which to draw.
When you think about the ratio of readers to writers at a successful periodical, which is at least in the many tens of thousands in order to pay the writers and the support staff and management through both subscriptions and advertising, Blogit's one reader per writer -- which is closer to one reader to hundreds of writers when considering actually readership of individual writers -- is patently absurd! And the cause of that perverse ratio for Blogit is the lack of a reader-only subscription.
Wednesday, February 3, 2010
Thanks to all...
for making me feel welcome in this great community of bloggers! Keep Looking Up! Dan
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Thank you Blogit Staff
for retreiving my lost text :)
Saturday, January 16, 2010
at my age
I have seen it all
i have done it all
I have heard it all
I just cant remember it all
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Hi neighbors; It's one of those lonely nights, after 2 a.m. here in Providence, RI and I just want to share this.
10 Things to be Happy About (For Older Women)
1. I woke up this morning, AMEN.
2. I’m past the age where I have to give a damn what people think of me.
3. I can blame senility for any of my personal screw-ups.
4. If bill collectors call about over-due bills I can blame CRS (Can’t Remember S--t)
5. God and my family love me even though I can be a pain in the butt sometimes.
6. Solitude whenever I damn well please.
7. I still recognize the old bitch in the mirror.
8. At this age I can tell Fear to kiss my butt.
9. Most days I can kick Arthritis’ butt with a good meal with friends or family, or a good laugh.
10. I woke up this morning, AMEN.