Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Blogging is a marathon....

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I learned this the hard way and ran out of breath very quickly. I have a passion for sharing my viewpoint with people and blogging fulfills that. However, daily blogging is not for me. So for the two people left reading this (Thanks Mom!) I will be back soon. I'll warn you now, there will not be weekly reviews, previews, blah blah blah, but my own unique (some say snarky) point of view will return.

I got a little caught up in how many readers I had and felt a false sense of enslavement to people I had no clue if they cared or not. I checked my site stats daily (sometimes two or three times a day) and felt intense pressure that I created for myself to meet imaginary demand. So no more of that bullshit. If you like what you see let me know, if you don't, tough shit. Leave me a comment, drop me an email, whatever, but The Comic Rack is going to be what it is going to be, and that is an outlet of my spirit for all the world to see. Oh yeah and comics. Lots of them. And girls. I like the girls. The girl on the right is Hayden Pantiesomething, honestly who cares, she's hot. She's from Heroes, but I don't care, all that matters is she just turned 18 and I can stop feeling guilty (if you know what I mean).

Hope to see you all soon.

ComicGeek

6 comments:

Deadpoolite said...

Ok, this summer officially rocked in the pop culture stakes:

1)The Comic Rack guy is back!
2)Cable was AT LAST killed off in the comics! All the dedicated Deadpool fans out there can at last mutter a collective sigh of relief. Maybe better days are dawning for our favourite character (judging from the latest Deadpool issue which was quite good,I am holding my fingers crossed for more of the same)

3)Transformers was ace, one of the most enjoyable films I watched in recent years!

4)Hayden Panettiere has really an odd kind of sexiness I have to say. She is not beautiful in the traditional artificial Hollywood way but she has that "girl next door" effortles beauty which makes her get top marks in my book.

So yep, 18 at last, so we can all dream freely being the dirty old men that we are:) {ok, I am 28 sue me ha,ha,ha)

Later dude!

Woody! said...

When you're on, I'll gladly read ya. But I don't want to pressure you into daily content. I do it myself and really wouldn't wish that on anyone. I spend way too much time trying to figure out how I can keep my "blogging streak" going. Enjoy life, and stop by the Rack to let us know how it's going once in a while.

Indiana said...

I still have your RSS feed in my 'Comic' folder, and check it daily. Keep up the good work.

ComicGeek said...

Thanks for the encouragement, it is appreciated!

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