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July 10, 2006

Things I could write about

  • How one of the two teams that I didn't want to win the World Cup actually won the World Cup
  • How to alienate your weblog readers
  • Why human children scream considerably more than those of any other species
  • Why Wikipedia still sucks, and probably more so than ever before
  • Zidane, the unprofessional football player
  • The weather
  • Smells that I find profoundly erotic
  • Serious thoughts on death and the afterlife
  • How my horoscope prevents me from having sex being rich
  • Boring weblogs
  • The urge to insult people
  • Writing lists
  • Making raspberry yoghurt
  • What Closure/• stands for
  • How it's time to move on

I just can't be bothered.

Posted by Horst on July 10, 2006 10:48 AM to my so-called life | Tell-a-friend

Monika said on July 10, 2006 11:55 AM:

I'd prefer "Why Wikipedia still sucks, and probably more so than ever before" and "Zidane, the unprofessional football player".

dieter said on July 11, 2006 11:37 AM:

Please be bothered! You have a moral obligation to your faithful readers. You can alienate the casual passers by but not the real fans.

By the way, do you find the smell of raspberry yoghurt erotic?

Jann said on July 11, 2006 09:12 PM:

If you were to become less disinclined, it would be nice to hear about erotic smells, "serious thoughts on death and the afterlife"; oh heck, even Zidane would do! Alternatively, you could write a few words about why you "Just can't be bothered."

lucid said on July 11, 2006 10:34 PM:

This is a new concept: weblog readers write the weblog by their comments. Great idea for the hot days! BTW: I L.O.V.E. lists!!!!

mig said on July 12, 2006 03:26 PM:

I just used Wikipedia to write an entry about Zidane; thanks for the inspiration.

Juha Haataja said on July 13, 2006 12:00 PM:

Wikipedia really sucks, at least according to the article at Wikipedia:

Could you some day see an article titled "Britannica Sucks" at Britannica Online? I don't think so.

Wikipedia does have serious shortcomings, but thats due to wrong expectations of the project. However, often I find that Wikipedia suprises in positive ways when gathering background information for an article etc. But you need to go to the sources to verify your information (the same applies to Britannica as well).

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