Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Never Mind #2

It's getting to the point where even I can't stand the sight of my own posts.

8 comments:

citizen of the world said...

Allan, I cannot believe you deleted that post, which I found interesting (if depressing). Good for the Veterans for Peace - they are an important group becuas eof their experience in the very tihng they are protesing against. (I have always wanted to start a group called "Mothers for Choice" for the same reason).

yinyang said...

But... the Reaver reference! I loved that part! And, I wouldn't have known Bush was speaking if you hadn't mentioned it. I'm pretty sure I liked all the other stuff, too, except I don't remember it exactly and your post wasn't cached by Google. :(

yellowdog granny said...

never never ever delete your posts..
trust me..they are all good...
im too smart to come over her for shitty posts...

Allan said...

CS- I need to stop writing about politics. It's making me too sad.
I love your idea for a group.

YY- That Reaver bit was the only part I liked, glad you got it.

JS- I need to stop writing/talking/thinking about politics. It's making me too sad.It's a done deal and we are all fucked-and hard- and there isn't anything I can blog that will change it.

Donn Coppens said...

I know the feeling but there is a reason we post things and it's better to get it out of your HEAD and into the ETHER so that you free up valuable space on your hard drive.

NEVER DELETE!

ANNA-LYS said...

Your amazing profile pic attracted me into this post ... just to say

Kilroy was here!

schlep said...

Yes.
No idea what I missed, but when a sensuous Swedish woman is telling you something, you must listen.

Allan said...

Donn- Sometimes I just have to destroy my own work. I don't know why but I have known other people who have the same problem... I want to talk to them again but their blogs and email accounts have been deleted.

A- Hi! Thanks for visiting. I love Sweden, BTW..,if you see Emilie, say hello for me.

S- I know.