On having nothing to say Monday December 19, 2005, 7 comments

It fascinates me, sometimes, that people write entries to their blogs when they have nothing to say. Like me, hypocritically writing this, right now.

I don’t have anything to say right now. That’s the sad truth. I am so busy just being content with the way life is right now that nothing really seems that pressing – nothing requires my scathing wit or a once-over of my cynical eye.

It’s probably a good thing. Perhaps more of us should strive to be in a place in our lives where we have nothing to write about.


Comments

Captain Purple Monday December 19, 2005


yup.

Jeff Monday December 19, 2005


Dude I’m almost positive most of these blog entries are all about a bunch of bullshit anyway. Who even cares anyway. Shit man so many people spout stuff out of their ass in daily conversation so whats stopping them from doing it in the blogs.

el tigra Monday December 19, 2005


Is there anything in life that isn’t about wheat and chaff? If there was no chaff, the wheat wouldn’t shine out nearly so bright.

Adrian Tuesday December 20, 2005


Without the sour, the sweet just doesn’t taste as sweet?

Jorge Tuesday December 20, 2005


Without blogs there would be no real life?
AAAAAAAAAAAAAH!

chris Monday January 2, 2006


real life? what’s that?
~c

annette Wednesday February 1, 2006


smiles

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