Exploring the world one bite at a time with the FredBook Guy
It's entirely possible that someday I will write a review of the Firestone Grill in SLO.
it's a good thing we don't all wait to eat until you tell us to
we? you got a mouse in your pocket?
No, but ironically there was one in our kitchen this morning... (heavy rain'll do that)WE::your readers and no the point isn't lost on me-- I just think you are exaggerating
I guess I'll have to research how to implement a counter and we'll find out.Or, all those other readers just itching for the next installment can quit being so shy and demonstrate their presence.
Sounds like one of those tempting God things--- "IF YOU REALLY EXIST- SHOW YOURSELF!"There's always hunger strikes (a.k.a. fasting), but if it is a counter you want,I am pretty sure all ya have to do is go to thefreesite.com and surf their webmaster section-- paste some HTML and wah lah ((only if I visit twice-to reply to your eeyoring about, it's gonna give you a two when it's just double me ;p))
You must not know very many introverts, Mr. Whittington. I have happened to (not so coincidently) stumbled across several of your writings/blogs/message boards. I hope you don't have any preferences to only those extroverted supporters.....no offense to any other supporters. I typically do not leave any messages to those sites I so love reading - it makes me feel quite exploited! "Extrovert Bias Syndrome" seems to be a fairly common complaint amongst bloggers seeking attention - you are not the first. I have in the past, boycotted such sites. I am greatly ashamed of being so misunderstood.You see, Mr. Brad (figure I'd get personal since you have struck a personal chord of mine with my personality trait that is so commonly misunderstood by you who seem to be extroverts) if you so choose to leave messages openly for the public, you must publicize yourself, market yourself. What marketing have you pursued? If you so choose to not market yourself, then please do not complain because you do not see the virtual introverts roaming about, very busy ones like myself, I am sure. I hope I have not upset you. You challenged, I stood up to it.If you do put your counter up, I would like to know how would you know just exactly how many have boycotted your pity party? I will have to contemplate on my further support....either way, you will probably not know as I wish to discuss this no further. I truly have enjoyed checking out your authorship, and I do so hope you are not the pity part type as it seems I am finding out. I only like to preach when the opportunity arises....and I hardly have to the time for such challenges again. I hope your day becomes more rewarding for your expectations now that I have disclosed myself. :)
If Brad is an extrovert, I'm a left-handed midget lesbian.
Looks like the self pitying brought about two "lurkers" perhaps there's more ( i know you weren't really bellyaching-- )
ironic isn't it, how a response to a "pity party" can become such a great example of a victim complex. i'm still waiting on the review. i was going to eat there yesterday... but since i'm not sure if you like it... i decided not to. so your "not reviewing the restaurant" action caused me to miss out on some fine tri-tip sandwhiches. i can't believe you. you bloggers have such ego trips. you won't even give us the peace we need to go about our busy lives.
Now that kelly has admitted she DOES have a mouse in her pocket and mundane is having a panic attack and atticus has come out of the closet and jack is on a hunger strike, I guess it's time for me to go public.I'm not an introvert, nor am I an extrovert. Sometimes I revert. When things get really out of control I invert. When I'm feeling grouchy I convert.I appreciate all the verts who are vocal and/or silent-but-deadly readers of the blog. To show my support, I'll do one review per vert.No, wait, that didn't come out right.
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