Thanks everyone

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Thanks to everyone that commented (and those mystery lurkers out there whoever you are :) ). It's nice to people out there have some sort of interest in me after all.

Ironically it comes at a time when I'm questioning the sanity of having this blog at all (or at least many of the posts I make to it). I was actually debating whether or not I should remove old entries altogether and start afresh. The only real reason though is that I really don't want my mother to read it. I think she'd flip out if she read it. I'd rather not have her knowing my problems.

I'm also starting to think I've bitten off more than I can chew with my feed reading. I've doubled my feeds in the past few weeks, and while I'm nowhere near Dave's 112 December count.. I think I'm only on about 20 active blogs, it seems like my whole evening is dedicated to the task of catching up on them. That, and too much tv watching, is meaning the fish tank still hasn't had a water change. I really should go do that before wandering off to bed.. at least it's Friday tomorrow .. and the rate I'm going the Friday Q will be up before I get to bed.. heh


pabs said:

err... umm... perhaps you should delete some of the more "personal" entries.
Icould give you a few reasons, one of them is that you are risking turning your life into a kind of "The Truman Show"(movie that I have not seen, but I think applies to the situation here) ...but probably it is best that I do not diclose them in a public blog. It would be self-defeating, wouldn't it?

April 8, 2005 1:54 AM


Yvonne said:

<quote>I really don't want my mother to read it</quote>

Um yeah, the family references, although funny, are a nono if she should ever catch on..... youare is SOOOOOOOO much trouble.....


April 8, 2005 10:21 PM


Yvonne said:

oh and also this post in itself violates the family friendly rule.

April 8, 2005 10:23 PM


kazza said:

/me goes and converts all your <>s into <>s

April 8, 2005 10:51 PM


kazza said:

well I've considered removing my more personal posts. But then I remember how much effort is involved in reading through old posts. Sometimes I think it'd be easier to nuke the whole lot :)

April 8, 2005 10:53 PM


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