Friday, December 4, 2009

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This Crazy, Zany Blog Inspired Two Other Blogs

When I started up this crazy idea to make a blog, some people were telling me it was a good idea and some were telling me it was a terrible idea. Two of those people that liked what I was doing and enjoyed reading what I had to say took the initiative and made their own blog. It is a great feeling to know this rag tag idea inspired people to really go out there and chase what they want to do.

Blog #1: My Domain My Claims--Focuses primarily on the sports and entertainment world with a humorous tone and in-depth analysis. Here's an excerpt:

What can you say to Ron Artest..The guy has done it all. He once pulled down Paul Pierce's shorts mid-game because he couldn't stop him. He punched out fans after an altercation escalated between him and Ben Wallace. He took a seat in the stands after the Rockets won over the Trail Blazers in a playoff series. The list just keeps going...So here's to you Ron. continue reading

Blog #2: Spellgirl--This blog chronicles the day-to-day experience of a freshman college girl attending Saint Lawrence University in Canton, NY. Excerpt:

Last CBL day was today.

I have to say, I was kind of sad to leave. But I got a big chocolate bar for helping out, so I wasn't too upset. Also, I did a good deed by dropping one of my passengers off at the dorm (our dorm, Reiff, is across campus from where I have to park, so I was nice enough to drop her at the dorm before parking the car... Secretly, it's because I don't like having to walk back across campus with people awkwardly, haha... unless it's a cute guy, then maybe I'll make an exception, haha). continue reading.

--These two were instrumental to me getting this far in my blog and I want to show my appreciation for what they've done for me. Check 'em out.

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  1. PostScripter said... December 5, 2009 at 9:19 PM

    Thanks, awmd :) I'll definitely give you a radio shout-out next Saturday, or a blog shout-out if I forgot the former...

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