Blogography Logo
spacer

  Home  

DaveHerCon

Posted on Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

Dave!I'm not at BlogHer in Illinois. I'm not at Comic-Con in Caifornia. I'm working in Washington State.

This sucks twelve shades of Sunday, because I would gladly be at either event than stuck here.

The good news is that it really takes the pressure off having to write something for Blogography. After all, with the tons of news, blogs, and tweets coming out of Chicago and San Diego... who would notice if I put up something that sucks? Maybe I should just press my ass to my webcam and post that. Except I really don't want to get ass-prints on my laptop screen since I just cleaned it yesterday. I also worry about being flexible enough to webcam my ass without hurting my back, so I'd probably end up having to hire a stunt-ass anyway. Which begs the question... where exactly would one hire a stunt-ass? It's not like they advertise in the Yellow Pages (well, they might in L.A., but certainly not in my neck of the woods).

And now I'm just tired. Tired of driving. Tired of working. Tired of staring at a computer screen.

But not tired of playing Lego Batman on the Wii.

Which is probably a lot more fun than stupid BlogHer or dumb Comic-Con anyways!

At least that's what I'm telling myself...

Tags: , ,
Categories: Blogging 2009Click To It: Permalink
   

Comments

  1. delmer says:

    >>This sucks twelve shades of Sunday

    I’ve never heard the expression before. Googling it turns up nothing. Neither does Bing. (Even when you knock off “this sucks.”)

    The expression says so much. The meaning is clear.

    You appear to have just made it up. And in a moment of despair.

    There are days and days when I think for hours and hours and don’t come up with anything nearly as clever.

    (This comment for example.)

  2. Dave2 says:

    Well, I have never really liked Sundays. :-)

  3. Jeff says:

    Try Craig’s List for the stunt-ass. Works every time for me. At a time like this, one wonders if Senator Larry Craig feels pride with his namesake. He could have saved himself a lot of grief looking there rather than an airport bathroom.

  4. because you never have, i would totally notice if you put up something that sucks.

  5. christie says:

    man I wish I were at ComiCon…..

  6. A Lewis says:

    And guess who overnighted in San Diego with ComicCon going on all around him last night?? Oops…Iprobably shouldn’t have said anything.

  7. Robin says:

    You could hire a midget to be your stunt ass double: http://www.hireamidget.com/ or http://www.tinyentertainment.com….with the economy doing what it’s doing right now, I am sure they would appreciate the money.

  8. Hilly says:

    I have found this to be a great time to gather my ass up out of my chair and do some of the things I’ve been wanting or needing to do. I’m not even going to *try* to blog new material now…pffft.

    I can’t believe you’re not at ComicCon. Then again, if you were, I’d be crying that I am no longer there to meet up with you. :)

  9. I do stunt ass work all the time. Sorry you can’t make it to Comic-Con this year, but next year I’m hoping you’ll return since I’ll clearly have to introduce the baby to this event. Gotta start that critical education right away!

  10. Sybil Law says:

    Well, if it helps, I’d rather hang out with you playing Wii than be at Blogher, anyway. :)

  11. Sarah says:

    Why would you need a stunt ass, I thought that’s what you kept Vahid around for?

  12. Jodi says:

    more fun than BlogHer I am sure. But more fun than ComicCon?

  13. Dave2 says:

    YES!! THAT’S WHAT I KEEP TELLING MYSELF!!

    :-)

  14. martymankins says:

    Just think, if you were at ComicCon, you could have met up with Neil Gaiman and Wil Wheaton.

    But as you said, you will always have LEGO Batman.

  15. whall says:

    I know a certain tote bag of Yes origins that might could be coaxed to be your ass for you. It’s not the worst thing he’s done on webcam.

Add a Comment

Blankatar!

   
I love comments! However, all comments are moderated, and won't appear until approved. Are you an abusive troll with nothing to contribute? Don't bother. Selling something? Don't bother. Spam linking? Don't bother.
PLEASE NOTE: My comment-spam protection requires JavaScript... if you have it turned off or are using a mobile device without JavaScript, commenting won't work. Sorry.




   


   


   
   
   
Your personal information is optional. Email addresses are never shown, and are only used by me if a public reply would be too personal or inappropriate here. The URL link to your web site or blog will be provided, so only fill this in if you want people to visit!



   

  Home  

spacer
Welcome:
Blogography is a place to learn and grow by exposing yourself to the mind of David Simmer II, a brilliant commentator on world events and popular culture (or so he claims).
Dave FAQ:
Frequently Asked Questions
Dave Flickr Gallery:
Dave Contact:
dave@blogography.com
Blogography Webfeeds:
Entries Feed
Comments Feed
Dave Social:
Blogography Tumblr
Blogography Instagram
Blogography on Pinterest
translate me
lost & found
Search Blogography:
thrice fiction
Thrice Fiction Magazine - March, 2011 - THE END
I'm co-founder of Thrice Fiction magazine. Come check us out!
free iphone app
Ask Dave iPhone App
Put Dave in your pocket with this FREE app for iPhone and iPod Touch. All life's answers await you with the Ask Dave app!
hard rock moment
Visit DaveCafe for my Hard Rock Cafe travel journal!
travel picto-gram
Visit my travel map to see where I have been in this world!
badgemania
Blogography Badge
Atom Syndicate Badge
Comments Syndicate Badge
Apple Safari Badge
Pirate's Booty Badge
Macintosh Badge
license
All content copyright ©2003-2017
by David Simmer II
   
Creative Commons License
This weblog is licensed under
a Creative Commons License.
ssl security
Comodo SSL