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{March 23, 2012}  

So here’s the blog I wish I wrote!!!!!
Superbly hilarious!!

Sweet Mother

The below is a list of what happens in my brain for the next 31 minutes after I hit “publish” each and everyday.  Note:  I only have about 1 original thought per minute, the other thoughts within that minute are variations of the original-thesis thought for that correpsonding minute.

 

Min 1:  “Did my post suck today?  It’s been a minute and there is only one “like”.  Maybe it sucked.”

 

Min 2:  “It’s Sunday, people don’t read very many blogs on Sunday, that’s a low-views day according to my stats.”

 

Min 3:  “Oh, wait, it’s Monday.  Okay, that is also a low-views day – so is Tuesday and Wednesday and hold on…”

 

Min 4:  “I should’ve written about my Mom.  People like it when I write about my Mom or my Wifesy.”

 

Min 5:  “I don’t think I should’ve capitalized Mom in that last minute…

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Gary says:

One original thought per minute. 60 per hour. 60 x 24 that’s a lot of friggin’ thoughts per day. If even half of them are decent then you got some really good material to work with. The best thing is mining the most out of what thoughts you have and not settling for share quantity. Be dissatisfied in everything you do and you’ll either end up with some really great pieces or you’ll make yourself crazy. Either way the journey there is what is really important.

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sued51 says:

Gotta write ’em down as they come or maybe record them if they come too fast!

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