Will Blog for Money

7 01 2011

Have you been under an Internet Rock lately? If so, then you’ve missed Radio Voice guy. For the rest of you, excuse me for the spurious posts:

YouTube. The Master Of The 21st Century.

Now this gives me an idea, but I’m not really sure how to execute it. I mean I only get about an hour of laptop life on battery, and I’d have to find a corner with wifi. And presumably a long light.

“Hi. Will blog for money.”


“Will blog for money.”

“Why the hell would I want that?”

“To socially network yourself effectively and affordably. Over 60 people read my blogs daily, and some of them aren’t even related to me! You could be read all over the world from places like Australia and Poitiers, France.”

“I don’t care about Australia and France.”

“Ah, but they care about me, enough that they subscribe to my site and read me regularly for my unique and informed opinion.”

“You don’t look informed.”

“I’m not. That’s the beauty of it. I just say that I am and people believe it, because it’s written down.”

“That’s ludicrous.”

Yes, but it’s Information and this is the Information Age. Not the Useful Information Age.”

“I still don’t know what good this is.”

“Well, I won’t streak your window.”

“Here’s some money. Shut up and leave me alone.”

“Thank you. Have a nice day.”

It might have too many bugs to be workable. I wonder if I could make ChatRoulette pay:




12 responses

7 01 2011
Lorraine Sommerfeld

How can you not care about Australia and France? One of my columns was stolen, translated and posted by some site in North Korea. It was awesome. It was the best column of mine I’ve ever read. I’ve never laughed so hard.

I’m moving to North Korea. Or South. Whichever. I’ll ask Sarah Palin first.

7 01 2011

It’s not ME that doesn’t care about Australia or France, it was the driver. But he was driving a Daewoo. Or a Hyundai. I’ll ask an automotive columnist.

7 01 2011
Lorraine Sommerfeld

I meant him. I would never call YOUR caring into question. You care about things like spices and measurements and cooking. And bakeware. And spatulas.

You are a very caring man.

7 01 2011

I don’t care for the way you say that.

7 01 2011
Cindy Goldrick

A caring man who took my idea and ran with it…

7 01 2011

Nice try! Your conversation, but MY line…

7 01 2011
Lorraine Sommerfeld

It just means that next time he’ll swipe your idea and translate it into Korean.

7 01 2011

As I can’t read Korean (North or South), I will remain in the bliss of ignorance, my natural state.

7 01 2011

‘Some of them aren’t even related to me!’ Love it. Shame on him for not realising how important Australia and France are in the grand scheme of things. Well ok, not very. Glad we have you to stick up for us though!

7 01 2011

Are you ever going back?

7 01 2011

If I had it my way… no. Unfortunately, I’m trying not to irritate the government so I can eventually live here legally- the life of an illegal alien has its appeal and all but I’d rather do it the right way. Going back to Aus in another monthish sadly.

7 01 2011
Chris Brown (not that one)

Both those gentlemen are hilarious. Thank you for making my night. I would try something like that but I can only play the harmonica. And it’s really, really hard to play the harmonica and sing at the same time.

Huh… there’s a new ventriloquist act.

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