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336/365 – Kill Me Now!

Things just seem to pile up when it comes to this blog.  Go back in time and you’ll find that there are some obvious days where I was just inundated with posts.  On those days, I’m behind and one or two of the posts gets the shaft . . . a video day or a quick quote — anything to make it count as an actual blog post.  It’s the equivalent of spraying air freshener in a room and saying you cleaned.

And sometimes, air freshener ain’t gonna cut it.

I mean, come on.  Writing a blog post a day can get really tedious.  Especially when the blog doesn’t have a specific niche or direction . . . It’s just a “Hey, Timmy, remember to do your blog today.”  “No!”  “Come on big guy, the world’s your oyster and that oyster is full of . . . words!”  “Shut up!  I want to play video games!”  “Well, maybe you can write about video games.  Again.”  “You suck.”  “Well, I’m you.  So we suck.  Now, start writing!”

Well, today was probably going to be one of those days.  A catch up day.  You know, looking at notes from previous days and getting those posts that all 8 of my readers are yearning to read.  But, if you saw the post from a couple of days ago, you’d know that during this journey I screwed up.  Majorly.  Not like life or death screw up, but a miscalculation of numbers and dates.

Imagine if the Aztecs had been off by a few symbols. 2012 the movie would have been just another disaster movie . . . oh, it was just another disaster movie.

If you’ve noticed (and if you haven’t – you really need to get your eyes checked), this blog has a sequential order; a day out of 365.  Somewhere, down the line, I not only skipped some days, I skipped entire posts, making the number about 4 short.  I had to go back through every post to discover the mistakes; combing through each title and each date to find the inconsistencies.  I was hoping it would be something current.  Nope, the first (yes, FIRST) mistake was in NOVEMBER!  Like I said in the post where I discovered this error, suddenly, this blog had turned into a data entry task.

This still pays more than my data entry job.

This is what I did for a good two hours.  Two hours I will never get back.  Two hours I would have liked to use getting some more writing done.  By the time I figured the problem out and had it fixed, I had no desire to write.  So, instead, Megan and I went to see the film Paranorman.  And with that, I bid you farewell.  I have numbers to stop thinking about.

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