Allan, after looking at today’s page of posts, I have to admit — I’m worried about you. Are you OK? Have you overextended yourself? Are you just tired of fighting the spammer fight? Are your partners at Mission Mission not supporting the blog? It looks like hard times, bro.
Harsh! I was feeling pretty pumped about today’s stuff. What don’t you like?
I dunno, it just seems a little … desperate? Lonely?
Are you talking subject matter or tone?
Please, please, don’t mind me… I didn’t dislike anything. I was just drunkenly riffing on the dearth of posts over the weekend, followed by at least a half-dozen posts by you (none by any other MM poster) on Monday morning. Also had to throw in a reference to the flood of comment spam recently.
And, before anyone says anything about being drunk in the morning — I work graveyard shift, when the hell else can I get drunk?
Oops, sorry Andrew — missed your post.
haha, i was gonna chime in! it’s true though, we haven’t been posting as much on weekends as we used to.
and for the record, those cheerful sports jersey sales bots were some of the most delightful spam i’ve ever read!
I, for one, wish you would go back to offering up a nice paragraph of commentary rather than just posting a photo with maybe one throwaway line and leaving it at that. Don’t just post stuff you give a shit about. Tell us why WE should give a shit about what you’re posting! I miss actually reading your posts, Allan.
Also, Cranky is the original day drinking Mission hipster!
Given the choice, I would fall asleep in your lap.
But I like to let stuff speak for itself sometimes, you know? There’s SO much explaining going on on the internet all the time, and in life. Isn’t it just nice to come upon something inexplicable sometimes and enjoy it on your own?
I am ready for a drink at The 500.
I just want to know what happened to the whole food boobies…
Cranks, this is how you’re suppose to blahg.
You’re only NOW having this epiphany?!
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