Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Just a moment ago, I was logging into my blogspot.com account and I typed my username as...


For the record, my username is not "Blogger." It was one of those "brain farts" you hear about in the news.

But man, I wish I had the confidence to have my blogspot.com username be "blogger."

"That's right, blogspot.com! I'm all about blogging! You shall know me as blogger!"

And oh, my password would be "blog-opolis."

1 comment:

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