I have found one or two bloggers whose mind-frame is in the same orbit. I know their online identity. But this has made me think; How do writers identify one another in society? I do not mean this in a creepy stalker way. But when you have a social yet reclusive personality, you wonder, how am I going to head-nod a fellow artist If I don’t know who is who?
Maybe we should have a tagging system. Now I am not saying here’s my address, now come and stalk me while I am sleeping. I am thinking something more along the lines of the acid burnt tattoos of ‘Fight Club’. Anytime we are in the buffet line and see a common blogger, we can show off our tattoo like “Yeah! I’ve been to Write-Club too.” Over-the-top? It might be.
Is this idea good for a laugh? It seems that way. Is it a good plan? No, not very likely. But seriously, the movie was not all that exhilarating itself either, was it?
With that being said, I guess we will all live in anonymity. That is, unless one of us ends up on Dr. Phil explaining how the psychoses began. Ha!
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I was looking for images for my next post about a dad giving his NAVY SEAL son a hard time about laying around. I searched through a massive amount of photos and did not find one image of a SEAL in bed. I found 1 empty bed photo, 1 empty chair photo, a bed full of cats, and 1 image of a hot single lady that even the physical and intellectual elite would wash-up trying to catch. I am talking about ring the bell and D,O.R. (Dropped Upon Request), because this girl is in such a high league you would have to be Captain Suave to have any chance. I guess stick-jockeys in the Air-Force would stand a better chance because they AIM HIGH. But that was in the 90’s. The NAVY SEAL motto is The Only Easy Day Was Yesterday. And my comrade, she is anything but.
What more do you want ladies?
They are very tidy. They dust almost everything.
They always wash-up before dinner.
They travel to interesting places and meet people with different cultures. Well, not completely different.
They are all fond of sailing around the world.
In fact they always travel in style.
So what is it?
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