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the blog


There may have been a few changes during the recent interruptions in blog life. The blog will still have the same general focus, but March has been dragging on and there hasn't been enough humor. I may sound a bit sarcastic at times. Perhaps it's the inner cultural critic. Perhaps it's "academics." Perhaps it's not enough structure. Perhaps the novelty has worn off. I have, however, taken my brother's advice at face value and do not intend to go emo on you. Says Wikipedia: "Dark colors and long hair are a very popular in emo culture." My color scheme is currently 'a very popular' yet light [one chosen from Blogger's templates], though I have made a pact not to get a haircut for a few weeks. Then there is the footwear, "Converse All-Star style shoes are common . . . as are Vans shoes." I'm currently a Baťa-shoe guy, which does not fit the model. Not to mention that I can't really believe in a 'subculture' that comes with a guide.

But somewhere there still lurks the tongue-in-cheekness you've come to expect.

Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said . . .

Of course, as Laura Swisher recalls, quoting Charlton Heston, "Blogs don't make people look stupid. People make people look stupid."    

4:24 PM, March 14, 2006


Blogger Karla said . . .

Heaven forbid we should see you get all emotional. But we eagerly await the black eyeliner just for a change of pace. (Forget the Van's shoes by all means even though the Bat'as are falling apart.)    

5:14 PM, March 14, 2006


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