The world wide web is an interesting place full of delights and perils. I've maintained two blogs for a few years now for the sole purpose of posting pictures of myself on the internet. Sure, I've also thrown up an occasional picture of Marcy and Brynna but, truth be told, I only do that to keep people coming so they'll see the pics of me! Oh yeah, the internet is also good for porn. Not sure if you had heard.
But it can also be a dangerous place. For example, the other day I stumbled onto an educational website with nice pictures and interesting writing. I was so appalled that I was forced to google some websites of sex with donkeys to erase it from my memory. Also, though, occasionally somebody actually reads the drivel on this blog and takes offense to my amazing wit. Usually I'd simply tell the person to un-bunch their panties and read back a couple of posts to where I said that I (the most manliest of manly man dudes) have a vagina and they would soon realize that you can be pretty well assured that nothing I say or write is ever meant to be taken seriously. Unless I write it in caps of course. (I LOVE CHEESE!)
Sometimes you have to be careful though. Yesterday's post raised a bit of dander in the carnie community. Read here:
"If circuses tortured animals they wouldn't be in business. Circuses are inspected weekly by local, state, and federal inspectors. There is no way you can hide torturing animals with that frequent inspections. Furthermore there is no reason to harm them. The majority of circus animals are very well taken care of. "
Obviously, I don't really think that Circuses torture animals (they torture the audience instead) and I'm sure that they are inspected to death but I like to make broad, ill-informed generalizations so there you have it. Logan, if I offended you, I apologize.
Just to be safe though, I'm keeping a look out for VW bugs with 15 clowns jammed inside.