I had an extreme binge last night and I am still upset with my self destruction so I am just gonna do a meme vs. talking about it.
Courtesy of Freaky D.
Are you satisfied with your blog?
Most of the time. I can't say no.
Does your family know about your blog?
Some of them do. I didn't give them the link, they found it on their own.
Do you feel embarrassed letting your friends know about your blog?
Nah, a good bit of my friends read my blog, they may comment once in a blue moon but I know they are there, why be embarrassed I don't post nothing that embarrassing. Nothing that I wouldn't tell them over a phone convo anyways....
Did blogging cause positive changes in your thoughts?
I tend to make myself believe that I think positive most the time anyways so I say no. It does give me a sounding board where I can talk/type about anything no matter how insignificant it may seem to the outside world. So in a way it helps keeps my thoughts positive because I let it out.
Do you just read blogs you know or do you love discovering new ones?
Right now I read blogs I know for the most part. I started reading Heavy Hitters recently because he is cute and he can sing (lol) and a chick called Lady J because of her name. I use that screen name in other net ventures. But those 2 haven't become a habit for me like my normal rotation.
What do blog stats mean to you?
Nothing because I don't have a site meter, counter or any of those type devices to give me any stats, and I like it that way. I have a pretty good feel of who reads me from time to time by comments made on my blog and offline. The last time I heard you don't win a million dollars for having one million hits, so why bother myself with that.
Do you make a mental image of other bloggers or do you exchange pictures?
Yes I do. Most bloggers have pix on their pages or have shared some in their post, but the ones that don't get a mental one.
Do you think there are real benefits to blogging?
Yes, it's an outlet to express yourself in anyway you choose and you even get feedback from time to time from folks that may or may not know you personally. That's what folks need sometimes. At least I do.
Do you think that the blogosphere is isolated from the real world?
The internet in general is a part of the real world, just another side of it. In the real world I may never tell someone I find them attractive (like the recycle man at work) cuz I can be a punk. But if someone like the recycle guy had a blog or other internet connection, I would get my flirt on!
Does criticism annoy you?
Not constructive criticism that's meant to help. If I do get annoyed or offended, I'd get over it after awhile.
What would happen to your blog after you die?
If I died tomorrow I suppose people would keep coming back and checking for a new post for a couple of days. After that, I suppose one or two people might leave a message in my chat box or in my comments asking when I'm going to do a new post. Within a couple of days of that someone might wonder if I'm okay and I might get an e-mail. After that the visits will consistently dwindle down as my readership find other blogs to read and stop checking all together. Eventually my comments will become full of spam and my blog would live on some sector of a platter of some server's harddrive in cyberspace until it's erased or something I guess.
**That was Freaky's original answer but that sounds about right**
What song would you put a link to on your blog?
I need a boss by Shareffa???? Only because that is my shake your booty jam at the moment. If I changed my songs daily by mood I would pick Yesterday by Mary Mary.