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by mg at 12:38 PM on October 23, 2001

So begins day two of mg having absolutely nothing to say. I really don't know what is going on, since I can usually talk and talk and talk without ever having anything worthwhile to say.

But now, not only do I have nothing to say, when I sit down to say it, nothing comes out. Or, if something does comes out, it is something godawful and boring, like this and yesterday.

It's times like this when I'm glad I have such a talented and delicious cast. Even as badly as I'm doing the last couple days, I know that they will carry me through. Them and nude pictures of washed up celebrities and soon to be washed out terrorists.

I just now remember that I had been doing a casting call, looking for new Bad Samaritans. I was so happy when I picked up Michele that I completly forgot to keep looking. So interested parties, send me mail and let me know.

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Slowly getting through the list of folks who've tried their hands at a Three Minute Blog ©. Here are four more:

... miguel @ feral living (for real this time)

... moira @ So Blue It's Black

... aden @ tilted wisdom

... torie @ p.a.r.a.c.h.u.t.e..l.i.t.e (a repeat offender)

comments (4)

"It's times like this when I'm glad I have such a talented and delicious cast" - Man, A+ on the guilt trip. Even my mom woulda been proud of that one.

by space at October 23, 2001 2:14 PM


That, and the follow-up casting call, just in case we didn't get the first message - I'm not easily guilt-tripped, but here I am racking my brain for something "delicious".

Nope, I got nothin'. I'll keep my minds eye out for something, though, ok?

by kd at October 23, 2001 2:28 PM


I didn't mean it to be guilt-inducing. I really do think you guys rock. You guys really rock, doesn't everyone else agree?

by mg at October 24, 2001 11:58 AM


I agree. It helps to have other talented people with you, something I've been appreciating, since I can barely make decent contributions at Surreally anymore.

by SwingCheese at October 24, 2001 3:02 PM



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