And so it begins…
It’s been some time since I remember stating that I should start a blog. They’re useful things, after all. Especially when one feels they have something of relevance to say, or promote. In my case, I have ME. And, as such, I will promote ME (Caps are necessary in order to inflate my ego) as necessary, and hope that you (sorry, no caps for you…this is show is about ME) get some facet of enjoyment out of it. So, let’s just start with an introduction of sorts. Things you must know about ME in order to fully appreciate anything that I may decide is worth writing about:
- I am the author of Anointed: The Passion of Timmy Christ, CEO, which debuted on March 3rd of this year.
- I am, according to the Tacoma Public Library system, a purveyor of Devil Fiction. Scroll to the bottom and you’ll see what I mean.
- I have been writing this past year as Billy Christ, the outgoing CEO of The Christ Corporation, and an overall buffoon. He has a Twitter account, and a blog (in which he has yet to fully figure out how to use). In a very short time, Timmy Christ will be anointed and will take over. I expect he (or would it be He?) will have much to say.
- I am not an atheist, an agnostic, or a member of any organized religion. I believe that if you can breathe, you have the capacity to decide for yourself what to believe.
- I am addicted to Facebook. I am almost always on, doing something. Very sad. Fun, but sad. I loathe Myspace, but I do have an account. I check it like it’s a sick grandparent I don’t want to watch die. Oh, The Christ Corporation has a Myspace page as well.
- I am an avid Fantasy League Baseball player and I will bore, or entertain, you with the ongoings of one particular league I am in. The chatter between a few of us can be glorious and hilarious at once, as we all play in character. Billy has the reigns on this one as well, for now.
- I owned and operated Wordsmiths Books, in Decatur, Georgia, from December 2006 through March 2009. Alas, it is no more. Its memory is a source of penultimate joy and sadness.
- This is what I wake up to every morning:
Not that face in particular, but one that is not too unsimilar. In fairness though, this is what she sees when she wakes up:
In order to avoid making this entire post a list-oriented detailing of ME, I’ll bypass further numbering and save that instead for a Facebook meme that more accurately described ME in an entertaining, yet less than literary, way. Oh, a further note of use. I am no friend of Grammar. I will slam the door in its face if it attempts to visit. I have a restraining order against grammar and insist that it speak only to those who edit my words. Grammar can go to Hell. Elipses…are…my…friend, and, I, don’t, use, commas, correctly, if I use them at all. Do not attempt to point out flaws in my grammar, or lack thereof. I will get a restraining order against you as well (“And if you don’t believe me, I’ll put a jihad on you, too.”).
What I hope to utilize this blog for, aside from having an outlet that is purely ME-centric, and without the weight of Christ guiding my words, is to promote and encourage discussion of whatever inane subjects I wish to talk about. I’ll drop some bits from Anointed, write unpublished additions from time to time, bore/entertain you with the Fantasy League Baseball (forever to be FLB henceforth) exploits of the Chrysler Salvation, tap into the myriad selection of religious news of the day (looking for conversation here folks, otherwise I’ll just look at myself in a mirror and watch MYSELF talk), and lastly (or perhaps just thisly, as there is likely to be more) give a once in a while look at how not to run and operate a bookstore. Or perhaps any business at all. Learn from me here. I know I’m trying to. Regardless, there will be a very ME-present atmosphere to everything, as I wish to promote ME and only ME (and on occasion you, if it benefits ME). Though cheese is pretty important to0.
So as to keep this intro brief, I leave by way of offering you a glimpse of sheer stupidity. This, from another my favorite sites, Fail blog:
Be glad you aren’t that oblivious.