For my Web Design class, we had to sign up for a blog on WordPress. As many of you know, I am not a big fan of blogs. I know, I know, it can be argued that that’s exactly what this place is. But this is a website. I just happen to be the only one that puts anything on it. And the things I put on it just happen to be very similar to the things you would see on a blog.
Anyway, so I had to set up a blog. The most difficult part was that we were supposed to design our own custom header. I had already done that for the midterm project that’s due next month, so it wasn’t that big of a deal. It turned out a little fuzzy, which sucks, but whatever.
Against my better judgment, which is boring judgment, I used this new project to pimp my books, going so far as to calling the blog Angry Boat Books. The longer I think about it, the worse the idea seems, but hopefully my instructor will just glance at the blog and move on. He has more important things to do with his time than follow every single stinkin’ link, right?
What was interesting is that while I was doing the research for the paper about blogs I had to write, I kept coming across stories about how people are always getting in trouble for the things they write. In fact, Wikipedia has an entire section dedicated to the consequences of blogging.
Lucky for me, I wouldn’t be caught dead working for the kind of people who read this site.
Because you’re a bunch of freaks, that’s why.
Anyway, I better get back to it. Because although I may have a potty mouth, I am a very hard worker, dedicated to carrying out my duties to the best of my ability. I will go out of my way to make sure that the job gets done, and done exceptionally well. Also, I am very much a “people person,” and would make a valuable asset to any company.
Any potential employers that happen across this site, please disregard anything that isn’t in the paragraph above, in bold. Also, especially disregard anything negative in the comments below. Thank you ahead of time, Ray.